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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- w 1t ow dI tleltising jI r V aREATHIrr NDADJOININO wt Er 4IM a IfItst f JWJSK HAGINH Editor and Publinhor A NEWSPAPER DEVOTED 10 TilE INTKUKSTS OF EASTKHN IIENTOCEY iS ONE LOLLttt PER Y RAn ADVANCE II tV 1909OI111I1 Nurnbcl 1 5 If t jltI6tIMlHlI 6 i QW lWWIW Ri I The Stat Store ailwITkMUST GO AT LOW PRICES I 37 1 Ta Make room for Spring Goods Iq rce Brown Suitswitll tipt0 date cl- T lP UI 04 CrBig Stock of Boys and CKildrcns Clothing at Low Prices All Our Ladies and Childrens Jackets and Skirts at Half Price Mens Ladies Misses and Childrens Winter Shoes at One Half their Value Underwear fore I men and Children at Rock Bottom Prices I i All of our Winter COO H must go at LOW PRICES for our lino of Spring UomU will soon bo hero und wo moat make room tor If Thnll king yon for ycur poet favors nod hoping tbs receive your Undo for lOtii wo roinnin- SincorilyJ yours r EUSTER ISAACS a i I f 1IC Sounds Homely and Unirn port ant DoesrrtJ t I1 IBUT Do you realize that a business I is largely by the I Abodye I But to turn out first class work that is a credit and an advertisement to a firm thetart and then a first class mechanic to execute it Send your next order to tjhe ftreathitt a County9ows 4 t l F1L LYO fj s ON CO I i 01 URANCEr 030 i Il rb 1 b- h o REAL ESTATE i 0 Jt t- c itLF4 STOCKS AND BONDS iYo ist St r i NEQ0TIATEDI l0t rt fA6EN i lES tN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TJWNS a iCl iInt 0 Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us i i P I in Unoccupied Territory 0ft 0 TI Address All Coipmunications to the Comi i pany at Beattyville Kentucky J p O its o F o c 11StrJliW I i V V y =1 r IrnYM f 70 4- e REATHITT C0UNTY NEWSL 1 Pr19tcdMattcr KENTUCKYI J eIn e t Copyright by KorJVuu Co John Slllman entered hfJitit tlrod iftor the long days duties at tho Sil ver Creeir general store whpro ho was employed as n ealtJ mannnd threw hlmsolf dejectedly into tllo nearest obalr The room was cramped and meager1 ly furnished and tho scantiest Of fires flickered desperately against Immi nent extinction albeit tho night was bitterly cold and la strong north wind drovo tliotonyvv In gathering drifts against trio crazy woodonTMllBtjMlioj iftoUj iifijJnfyi V A Jan worftucl wftnsn Johns wlfo WUh a baby athsr hreastand two young children clinging to her nktrls bestirred liorftctlf Upon his on trance to lay a ragged cloth ulon the rough deal table and set thereon a pitcher of boiled potatoes which bum lie faro wa 4p oontiltutc without Bti vary or garnish the evening meal A jug of cold well water flanked the BIT klng tUbors Thores a letter Tor you lying on ho droBWr sold the woman It came this nftornodn Its from Now York olvolopoI ed to scan the contents Its from tho old man of course Womans curiosity prompted Eliza to ask tho quofllloiC In a wny moodily responded John gazing vacantly into the last ex piring fire Its from his lawyer Tho old mans dead Oh he Is snapped Hllzir exhibit tag no emotion at this sudden hews of her fntherlnl Ws demise And he haint remembered you in his will Well youvo no call to he disappointed Yon never oxjrtctfrd he would You were tho black fllioep of his fold The Old Mans Dead during his lifetime and naturally enough he hunt reckoned you i with his live stock at his death Dont sit moping there but eat your supper like a man John Slllman laughed blttorly at his wifes reasoning Ho know she was as disappointed as himself Youro Just wrong for once Eliza ho said slowly Tho old man has kind of remembered ono at tbo last John Slllman to humor hor took a rellshless mouthful of tho now lukewarm tubers and recuUnlaud the con tones ot tho lawyers dispatch IVur Sir Our late eHont your lixmout e J father Ezra Slllman pantotl away last night antI In nwonlsnre with his laiil liuirurtlons wt now apprise you of the tart and Inoloso a ftulllalent sum to pa your Journey here and homo Again lIre- In please and ropy of your fathers lam will and tPBtuinent also OB Instructed It U brief and easily understood MAKIX ft SHAUPK- Incjosed was a halt sheet of note pcper containing tho fin fnBriictlons of the lend man as to thb disposal ot his property Urlcf U was truly null too easily understood H rau I Ezra Slllman wlillo sane of mind and without others influence declare this to be my last will nnd testament and tq the swine do set my signature as wit nnicod by my clerk Andrew 4nkcr lime my housekeeper Amelia Kiinkln In pres enre of my solicitor QeorKO Makln To my sliest son Ezra 1 bequeath oil land and house property of which I am possessed To my second son MartIn I berlueath- all moneys plate furniture carriages and liorBes of which I nm possessed To jriy third son John whoso greed Im pelled him years ago to falsely utlllro my name and yet whoso heart t believe to bo kind npd sound I bequeath the care of my little adopted daughter Janet ui aured that he will deal gently with her silo having lost her solo protector at the moment when I drew my last breathe John Slllman crumpled up the pa per Into a ball between his palms pushed away his platter with a grunt of disgust and lit his pipe at which ho pulled long and thoughtfully The old mans considerate said Eliza dryly Hes anxious you should have a quiver full though ho doesnt make any suggestion as to low youre going to fill tho mouths of tho younkers What aro you go Ing to do J1 I must consider a bit Eliza returned John Slllman An addition to tho family Is a serious thing to n man circumstanced as 1 am Our own little people dont grow bilious on tho I richness or the quantity of tho food they geti lie was a full hour cogitating bj whoa tho last spark of fire had died out and the room was deatbly cold J = = IUTberQ a train for NlswYork city as passes through Silvorlreck at five In tho tnornla reachln ibmcthln aC- tor dusk ho Bald rising And gathering JfshlverThen mint l f add tlour family without a dime for compcmamoirr Baril2EHain a tone of deep and tltt Why dont your rEfn and Martin look after the rich mem already and UijSjrilhcr has now doubled their wealt at Is a mouth moro or less toflffitllKes of them t1d sooner see my et Jot t1Celles lying QuIet In their cO a lull eu trustCfvto tho mercies lf Ea n and Martin rinkso would y4fElliaYju must nmko explanations Vf ie at the storoIn tho mdrnlng I iii going by that QVQ train In the largo parlorkSlllniairs mansion sat Rotate tner chants Bollrjlor and U1r They wore gathered Ilt the jtsfii tit 811IIr081lvrouI Z kin John shabby nnfljlcicctrsif lit the other extreme en noted and sf1taryrTho lawyer a small mCnte ae- atflintthing which John ecu 4t catch lie rose from his scat n nd stoke Qontlumon OU all w the terms of your late Thero hro no legal pxpIalnno complications CnthlrsAjt JTo you sa and the house your late father was possessed of alto time of ills decease tTo you Mr MnniHMBii moneys Plato furniture plctuc4jbool i carriages and horses Jtcn your lato lamented father Bfoo5 acd at tho time of hip d e To you Mr John there of Janet adopted child of roiifglto lamented fathom The lawyer stopped cbort coughed dryly and shft ly nixed John Slllman Ezra and Marta also turned a contemptuous gl ncointbo direc tion of their brother J Un pulled his ragged beard and mutiiured Ay hut Is so i Do you accept UiqjUchargo Mnc John adkod the ottowtf Ay that do I shes n lonely one ihls 10111110 Pardon mo Makln dub ily but ido that you t noyjvarburdohod with Ihlliworlds go6ds Im a poor man mlsmr said John bluntly Ian1 ortrMhitl I find tire a ttftrltTttJi1mro dlPnrN know but what death would be a rest and a blegBJn to rue and mine uYet despite your Jwverty and tHe claims that your own family have ujf on you you accept this chargo Ay that I do Ajid why Cos silos a lonely mite this night And may the same be dyne to mlno If I should dlo and loaxo thorn unde fended ItMr Makin brought the palms of his hands together as though ho woro applauding Ezra and Martin grew Impatient Times money lawydrBald the old er Dont waste It ipuvo got tho papers there Let JIartln and mo know exactly what were worth Youre a man of business yourself and will appreciate tho request Certainly cried Mj Makln briskly Ive all the det tfs3here I can dismiss your part of Io business Inn tfew words Mr Ezra said the Jawycr carelessly glancing at a deed before him to you the land and lirtuso property of which your hate father died pos sessed To be sure JJr father as you may have heard gt rted life as a carpenter and workedln hired on a plot of ground an eighth shedI nero in extent lie bought tho and shod when times bogan to pros per This Is yours fro The shed needs furnishing Labt though It makes an excellent tool house Good heavens sir blustered Ezra Sillnian rising wrathfully In hits chair But Mr Makln after another glance at the document proceeded to ad dress Martin Mr Martin to you all the moneys plate furniture pictures carriages and horses To be sure In your late fathers pockets wore a d011 tar and a snuffbox In his room were an Invalid chair and a framed print entitled charity In C is watehouso jarda PO y jinfl a barrowtllo fast two preserved In memory of his early struggling days when ho haWfced his handicraft through Vhenstreots They are yours now Th6 pony Is blind and tho barrow would do with a fresh coat of paint Martin Slllman to his foot Conedwith an oath you JllrI Whatdoes this meant Our father died a rich man- Pardon Jfi me Interposed the la- weriTwo month citro his death tho lato Mr t do over his entire wealth with hojSrlfllng excop tlons Just mentlone Xp Ills adopted child Janet Mayfioi von the condl then that she shared with whomsoever should bo disinterested enough to ac pept charge of her for no other purpose than thgt of pure charity Mr John you accepted the charge congratulate you As Uo you 1I Ezra and Mr Martin but those I gentlemen were gon6gono as on a whirlwind That night John Slllman wired to Eliza nt Sliver Creek Return with Janet tomorrow Lay out all tho loose CI8hyoul find four dollars In thu tin I ounk11erllrlncoi Is thoenforcmQut of tho l w- 4t glue avd Tliluv l i ti s 11 J tr Far an t Garden t i CEMENT LINED CISTERN Impurities In RalritaUr Da Eat ttaotedl9o orjtwoI Hratbusdlffetent stntes 4iy tJJto tIonrwa of hiail h dotitilkfhfu7to the Arv7 Persons Mog the water yll1Il1l1ot wClkentIlrpower so they may heroine Infected at any time r Strangers drinking the water nro es j iwcinllllulilp because their systems j are not fortified against the peculiar ir 7DJti CISTEliJJ LIJE1 WITH STAVES dangers lurking In that vicinity Ev cry fall city papers contain accounts of typhoid Hint has been brought home from country places by people while unay rn their annual vacation trips Vlth tatnwater it Is different as tho princitul cuutumlnVIon of ruin Water coinua from dirt on the root The water Itself Is pure enough until It fltrlljqs tueroof Sonie farmers have eftiillm limtiiuijiev n rmtn nmui from a rain shower run Into one cis tore then switch the leader to the other one which Is used for house purposesGood durable clstorna In clay or loamy ground may be rondo by plas tering cement mortar dlrectlj on the earth surfnco of tho excavation In some sections of the country n great many cisterns are node this way and wavered by putting timbers across and building ntloor of double thick Inch stuff laid to break joints Tho spaces over the wnll and between the Umber nre tilled In with cement and a dralt1 la cut In one side willie the cement Is soft A cistern built In this way may last for ten or twelve years without a IAhooped to hold them In place Then dig the excavation four cr six Inches larger nil around than the outside of the wooden form Then mix concrete node of one part best Portland cement two parts clean sharp sand and four I parts broken atone If tho cistern Is small havo tho form all ready to lower by erecting a tripod with pulley and tackle to lift It gently down Then put Jn n floor of concrete the full size of the excavation Tamp It thoroughly to pound the nit out and make It set solid Before this has time to harden lower the wooden form and fill In th shIes so the bottom ard sideS will unite making one solid stone All easy way to make time neck of tho cistern Is to put n floor of boards on top of the circular wooden forte nud pile earth on this floor packing it down ana shaped high enough to reach the grade level To form the clr cular opening at the top make either a CIIlCUbAU VUl OF CISTEIIN circular form of wood about twenty Inches In diameter or n hoop of iron the sumo diameter and about four Inches In height Place tho round form In position on top of the cone oiearth then cement around on the cone with the concrete up to the top of the hoop About six Inches In thickness Is BUtllclent for the neck The Manure Spreader The manure spreader Is a compara tlvely recent device which Is not only a considerable labor saver but a con servator of fertility The practice oti dumping manure In piles In the field and then spreading with the fork Is uneconomical and moreover causes loss In fertility unless tho manure Jot thread Immoolatd11whl U not 11I ways uQ J t t 11ft It 0 f i 1 I largest Circulation PAPER IN THIS SECTION 3aac rtsiet IN s cake using it has rested in dence that her food w ulcJ be light and rfectly isa cheap alum whlch are 1 the greatest menacers to health of the present day ROYAL JIMADE FROM g TARTAR Jj SffC afg vir g Notice of Application for Pardon- I Jolih Denton of Hrcalhitt county Ivy Imvinjr been sen tcnccdto n term of 21 years the penitentiary the November term 1101 of tilt Brcatlmt cir cuit court for murder will ask the Governor of Kentucky for a pardon for gnid crime and one objecting said pardon will p ease file their grounds for said objection This Jan 29 1909 JOHN ETON Mardi Gras Reduced rates via Queen Cres cent Route New Orleans and February17thlimit March 1st with extension privilege March 13th 1909 For particulars ask ticket agents jiLuj oi j r xrgnayi Lexington Ky BurrNGIF PQJPDER ys- Thousands ofmillKms ioyaPitralo c k a 4ifttoit o v J Rtana th1oolmt- and cvery honsekeeper 1I 4 RIc1aJl perfects wholesome safeaguardagamst powder 7t IS BftiljKflLjimJUiJMjMijiilI II eS + i V T e r in at to to or inu v n I1 r Eggs for Hatching fIFrom pure bred Single Comb 5 k Brown Leghorn and Rose Comb C fRhode Island lied Chickens Guar UCallIInsJncsony j lin1linessDeP 3 j gentle easy pleasant little liver rt pills the best illa o Sold by Jackf son Drug Store JaGreek Fire T yGreekposition now unknown but thoughtr r c to have been principally naphtha Cf thrown from engines said to havo V been Invented b Calllnlcus an engineer of Hellopolls In Syria In tho seventh century to destroy the Sara cons ships which was effected by tbo general of the fleet of Constnntln 3 Pognatua and 30000 men were Killed N snA nocalled Greek fire probably a solution o nhosnhorua In blsulpbldestelege of Charleston In 1SC3 3 t S222i ZiZZSZE RS 3ZS S2i W F p IRAWFORD Pros JOHN T HINDAUN cashier M E C J UTILE Vice Pres ElM Breathitt r r h County Bank l JACKSON KENTUCKY d ICapital 15000 i H t A Persons seeking a Place of safety for 11 atheir money will profit by investigat 1 ing the methods employed in our business Open from 830 A M to L z =jNo 9320 T N ITREASURY DEPARTMENTS Office of Comptroller of the Currenc WASHINGTON D C January 16 1909 1 v satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned V UnaraaSj It has been made to appear that a mho first Tfaltonal flank of acksoniin the Town of Jackson in the County of Breathitt and State of t Kentucky has compliedwith all tho provisions of tho Statutes of tho United States required tobe comjdwith before an association Via shall be authorized to commence the business of Banking i 97 andowdo hereby certify that t olio first Rational Junk of Jackson H in tho Town of Jackson in the County of Brcalhitt and Stato of Kentucky is authorized to commence the business of Bankin ns provided in Section Fifty one hundred and sixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States d nl1witness nw hand anel Seal of of t7ir Jcsemon y J fico this sixteenth day of January I loon SEAL WILLIS J FOWLERIDeputy and AsttoR Comptroller of tho Cqrrcnoy e b + t 1 i r J00 J e IIJ or TTt 0r1 o I i Tb II PH The Breathit News A SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE it J WISE HAGINS EDITOR Friday February 12 Notice to Candidates 1 Announcements of candidates r oflico will bo charged for as follows v For a District Oflicc 1000 For a County O ice 500 Except a complimentary no iceJ given each candidnto at the time 1IC lie announces nil communications boosting candidates will be enured for at 5 cents per lino Such com 3munications will be treated as + a purely advertising matter for c which The News does not assume p f any responsibility f must accompany nil orders vSforsuch advertising f a I 511NNOUNCEMENTSt y RGOUNT OLERI ineantfcoF a f1t1 myscl aS d eantlidat io Court Clerk of Breathit- County t t subject to the action of i 1 the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affilia tions be your most obedient ser A vant ALFRED RUssELL Tthe Voters of Breathitt Co ram a candidate for the oflice of County Court Clerk to be voted forjottthe November election 1909 t s Vf CEO W JNonLE r t SHERI OIIli I to announce 1 ROBERT DEATON A r of Crockcttsville as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce WESLEY TURNER Jn as candidate for Jailerof Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic part We arc authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Republican party We arc authorized to announce T II HUDSON as a candidate forTl1i1er of Breath f otheWo are authorized to announce as a candidate for Jailer of Breath Ht county subject to the action of the Republican party We are authorized to announce A B 1IATTON as a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party 4 SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLSIt e are to announce 4 ED DEATON t ns a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party are authorized to announce 1WoWILLIE TAYLOR as a candidate for the office of t Superintendent of School of Brcathitt county subject to the action of the Democratic party fCandy Pulling W The Ladies Aid Societybf the BnptistChurchcordiall invite- you to como and have a jolly time at a homeMade Candy Pulling in tho Crawford building Saturday 1 night February 13 a To represent a valentine a heart L x to each will be sent pleasvyure your1 content AIItlf fr ndsof true progression I of ahiJlund1iberal kind B havein aiding the churches 1- 15M r- An they do in broadening mind Voull find there is no glory c that clusters around your life- rJ Like that of giving to Jesus who 1 gave for you His lifo 1E Youll find nice chocolates and caramels n treat iN If youll bring the heart with your j tIgifts to leave at Jesus fj IIr Taulbee of Taulbee was here on business Wednesday i J M Risner of Rousseau was hero on business Wednesday i F It L Jennintrs of Elkatawa Wedneslll1IIt Dr M E Combs has located at f the mouth of Lost Creek for the j + practice of his profession Duff Robinson have begun 1workcutting the timber off of the tract thoy recently purchasedof Win B Haglns on Quictsand 1rr 4- rf Guage T B Sturdivant made a busi nc8s trip to Winchester tho first of the week The weather is very unsettled in this vicinity and our roads mire al most impassible Martin Richardson of near Lam brie has sold his farm to G V Stacy and will move to Menifee county Harrison Howard son of Uncl Dud Howard who is school at the mouth of Lost Creek is at home on a visit Tom Lovely is moving back to the head of Wolfe creek Col Appcrson Lovely is moving into the house vacated by Tom Master Park Sturdivant wh was reported in lust weeks issu aa being very sick is much 5m proved and is able Jo bo out again Creed Onoy of Hallis is visit Ingfrinndg Rod relatives here this weeK Ifs Cl go to Jackson stud CantTaVVAj UfcM4ttti returns home Arthur Kinnaird of hauls lyI was the guest of some of the fair sex near hero last Sunday We learn that Arthur is very r among the young ladies of tai place and ho js asked to cell again i Joseph Lovely Tom Eld ridge and Irving McDanicl attended the the Junior lodge at Rousseau last Saturday night They report the lodge in good working order and growing rapidly W II Whitaker and Eli Cor nett Jr were hero on busino vs one day last week Wo learns that Mr Whitaker was buying and Mr Cornett was selling t bacco Both had a good job Come again boys All kinds of Canned Goods T H Bueris C- oFlat Barney Lovelace is carrying the 1mail from Mary to Monica Squire Kash made a busing trip to Breathitt county Mondu Uncle Martin Cockeram died at home on Middle creek last week Arthur Kincaid was in this neighborhood Monday buys n g J B Childers and son made a business trip to the Middle Fork last week The stork visited the homo Henry Gum on the 4th inst loft a tine boy A J Cable is preparing erect a sawmill scar his homo in the Flat woods Bluford and Henley Oliver of Bloody creek arc attending scho at Campton The farmers in this neighbor hood are busy clearing fencing and plowing The subscription school at Flat which is being taught by Lloyd Lutes is progressing nicely Uncle Joseph Bronston died at his home near Greenville schoolhouse on Devils creek Sunday Jesse Shackelford and wife Ire preparing to go to North Carolina where they will stay for a whilt heathsBoon Childers and G D Hier onymous are preparing to run soy era rafts of timber from Blood creek CAPTAIN JKNKS SWEET HOME NOT FOR PAYNE Writer of Song Prequently Without Place to Lay His Head The song we know so woll uHomo Sweet tome was originally wcet Home and John Howard Payne was formerly known as J Howard Payne The disillusioning process koeps on apace It is woll known that army bands In time of war are forbidden to play Sweet Hom on account of the largo number of Aa gertlons It causes An officer with the foot writing to a friend reforfeTI to the tune In these words MVe allow it occasionally at sea where the men could not possibly desert without leaping overboard but when onshore never Imagine what a powerful Influence such a tune must have on n homesick man thousands of miles from wife mother sweetheart babies Howard Paynes life was one of rJmarkable vicissitudes Of an ovoniug he would stroll along the streets look Ing Into the brilliantly lighted parlors Once In awhile ho would see a family circle so happy and forming so boautl ful a group that he would stop gaze upon the scene and with a sigh pass on How often said he to an intl mate friond have I boon in the heartIof Paris Berlin London or some other city and heard persons singing or the hand organ playing Sweet Home without a shilling to buy the next meal or a place to put my head Iho world has literally sung it until every heart li familiar with Ito mel ody yes I have beta a wanderer frost njr boyhood i Athol P 11 Tuylor of Dahvillo isI hero this week Clifton Gross of Buckhorn is down on a drift of ticsIC M Crawford bought from Floyd Creech one mule Robert Amburgy sold to Bluford Bowman ono yoke of cattlo Wo have a tide in the Middle Fork and many logs and tics nre runninge Our school house and dormitory are completed and we will soon have a firstclass school going Sheriff Crawford has returned from the west where ho has been searching for the fountain o youth 0Our church house caught tire last week from n defective flue tend came very near burning dawn About half the shingle roof was burned otTo Last Saturday a week ono oj our neilhbors huda One steer t to skipnina thcqefidono its mute vs fro zen to death 71 Owing to tho high price of eggs our hens have been on a strike al owsns to get Roosevelt to negotiate settlement and put our feathered tribe back to work Uncle Isaac Vires died last Friday of pneumonia and was interred at the Gabbard burying ground Saturday Elihu Roberts who was a neighbor to Uncle Ike died andwas e loulyiaro ground We have eight pairs of twins and one set of triplets in our commun atsty Also there was born a set of triplets to one of our neighbors recently all boys but none of them lived Tho peculiar thing about the heavy increase in our population is that they are nearly nil Democrats 5S1Ve cannot refrain from givin just a passing glance to Happy Birds medley of e u ition that nJl Ileared in last weeks News We perused it with the assiduity of a slow hound and to use n sporting nUracA nrnnnnnnAJiinr pliam pion GrecoRoman catch as catcll can stinger of incoherent and u gramatical bombast of the un erse ofIIo is the seething slumber He is the soul awake Ho is the big cucumber That gives ua the stomachache An attempt to read or under stand all his unpronounceable and indefinable chaotic mass of verbi 01ago has about the same effect on a human being as the first cigar or the first glass of whiskey tho in evitable must happen The glare and dazzle and skyscraping causes something akin to seasickness to prelate the entire human anatomy Ones soul grows faint and sick as when standing on the edge of some high precipice peering down down down through thousands o feet of airy vacancy Happy Bird tutee Edgar Allen Poe is in a clays by himself He may be imi toted but never surpassed in the hurling of huge boulders ofbut erer b byperhaps wo had better take a reef in ourself gemSof this Happy Could 1 be possible that this Happy Bird belongs to time feminine gender and iff one of those beguiling little witches for which Jetts Creek is so famous 1 If so truly her for givness we implore andwewil iwallow every word we have said Ah the plot thickens as th novelist says We ago consumed with anxiety to probe the mystery which envelopes this evident pseu donym Happy Bird lIawP hopo for a personal interview As Shakespeare says Do not let u blush in ignorance Our diadem lacks one gem Jones Whitakers secondhand furniture store is now in a room jpposito M S Crains store They handle nil kinds of secondhand Furniture Seared With n Hut Iron or scalded by overturned kettle cut with a knifo brnised by slam med doorinjured by gun or jn ttnyother waythe thing needed- nt once is Bucklons Arnica Salvo to subdue inilamation and kill the Its earths supreme healer infallible for boils ulcers fever sores eczema and plies 25c at Jackson Drug Co iOOD TEA TABLE DAINTY I tally Lunna a Combination of CakeIand Bread Take six ounces of flour that hai been sifted arid warmed put a quarJ tar of this into a basin and keep the other three parts warm In tho screen mix a cake of compressed yeast with tour good tablespoonfuls of wanIcream and work It Into the tho basin till a light dough then put It in the screen to rise till It In aboutJdouble its former size Take tho other three parts at the flour and mix into it in a basin a good pinch of salt three quarters of on ounco of castor sugar two raw yolks of eggs two and a halt ounces of warm cream When those have been worked toigcther for tour or live minutes and Is quite light add the other part pro paredwith the yeast and work all to getherfor five Qr six minutes put It afpaste uses to about twice Its original BIZO brush it over with a little warm milk and hike llia uutck oven for 15 p lntcB j The tin should be about two and a half Inches deep and the mixture put iP to about bait the depth W hen about to be served these cakes ran txt cut tQllihtd and but torcd or when taken from the oven pouredoU1 e muffins I e Horne I pitchersrthom rtec sweet smelling Whenstatching childrens pinafores add a small fAece of sugar to the boiled starch This will make them Iron more esI1Indlcac a beautiful cpce on tber3IIGilt on soda be used in the washing of It therefore use soapy water for washing teacups etc patterned with gilt and keep spda carefully away from thlttn PI ptbhU wpm when It ha become hard tad dry may be removed with a mlxt re of equal parts of am moats and urpentlno Saturate the paint spot M often as necessary and wash out In soapsuds When jiathng wnlj Iw r dpnt fofi get to prefncti operations by putting the new of paper In the sun shine to fads till It matches that on the wall D nt cut the patch a neat fQHWi but tear It Thl Jrrcgularlty of Its edges will maUti i t less eau splcuousTo matting from becoming yellow on the floor wash off occa slonally witha large coarso cloth which has seen dipped In a strong trillion of tat water Thin will not yellowgI fresh and n w look- Cozoanut Creams Buy one Urge cocoanut and In irenklnK It open save every bit of lie mllk1o r a Pwxj and a half o I eraulated sugar 111 s Dan with lhf- III ttv tut and boat slowly together until the sugar Is molted and minncocoanut an mlmtleta QUilt thecocoanul U all In and atir constantly to keep It from sticking to the bottom of the pot and burning Pour out onto buttered china plate and cut Into squares This should then be set Into a cool place and left fo 48 hours as It takes about that tim to harden Potted neCf Take t0 cent stow beef and one ten 1cent soup bone simmer till mod 1 tender Take from the stock and run through went chopper also a snot pepItablespoons of the stock mix all wet together wjth the banda Press well into a glass dish pour R little moto butter over tlolOp and serve ooldt garnish with parsley A nlco and quickly served luncheon dish also breakfast The stock makes floe soup all for 30 cents Ricefeach of but ter and olive oil in a frying pan when hot add ono cupful dry rico stirring constantly until it becomes a golden brown Then add water enough to cooc the rlco Al one largo onion chopped One and salt to taste Put two large dry peppers In th Itvenuntll dark brown or crisp Pu them In a cloth and rub well to powder Add this to the rico Wke rice Is thoroughly cooked add a largo piece of butter Serve hot Marshmallow Fudge Put Into a saucepan one cupful mil two cupfuls sugar two squares of chocolate broken Into bits and a teaspoonful of butter Cook until the betasI9 by one a half pound of marshmallows teo an it fine grained Add It desired a little vanilla to flavor turn onto a buttered dish and mark into sauares sKxzeyxxzcxxiGcxxi I 5 DR fl P DUFF I1M OFKIOK PHYSICIAN OVEU AND RELIANCE SURnEONI DRUG j f STORE L I KENTUCKYJACK8OAi jjj Qi xxiCiki vrjcxxmtyix DI L ALLEN i Watchmaker Jeweler JACKSON ICY Has for sale at all times Elgin Waltham and the Standard Brands of Watches Spectacles and all byladiesHipairing1 of all Descriptions atle r 0 1 AliTERfA IlEPOKT 01 TUB Brcathitt County Bank Incorporated 31stdayLoans and Discounls870G 62 38I73840Mortgages I23Q1GCurrene 4086 tG Exchange for 3089 06 Other Items Carried as Cash 103 35 Furniture nnd Fixtures 1190 84 Current since Novcmboril 1908 WG 17 Total 14151 42 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in Cash S 8000 00 Deposits subject to check II 35914 18 Earnings since Novem ber 11 1908 207 24 Capital stock not paid 00 7000 Total 4 44151 42 Money to Loan on Ap proved Security Wo fu- yFURSJ lidos and Wool FelhSrTllpv senwr fJAI- UoU n SsiYellowfRooOMr Apple Wild Closer etc Waoe dulr nulUI U l J6Ocr klf a amwrfai 1iIIeaaJcaDdo belter or jot diu aesa cf CfmmitMB Loa lUnract ur auk is LominSe Wrile flit wwUy poke l a ad Htftat Un Bonse KY Sheriffs Execution Sale By virtue of Execution No 62 in favor of Breck Crawford ad ministrator of John l strong deceased vs Wreck Combs which issued from the clerks oflico of the Breathitt circuit court now in my hands for collection I or ono of my deputies will on Monday Feb 22 1909 between the hours of 12 oclock m and 2 oclock p m at the court house door in the town of Jackson Brcathitt county Ivy expose to public sale to tho high bidder tho following property or so much thereof as may be neces sary to calsfr the amount of tho ttlninlifl s debt interest and costs and Sheriffs commissions towit All the right title and interest of Breck Combs in and to the follow ing property vir A tract of land lying and booing in Breathitl county Kyon Quicksand creek and the Ken Lucky river and bounded as fol blackeoak and beech on the north aide of the north fork of thu Ken tucky river at a small drain about ofaQuicksand tlnnco northwest sheaf ISO poles to a stake in tan Meetingtenseblanch with jte meanders to timed mouth j thence up main Quick sand to the mouth of tho South Fork thence up South Fork tc the old lino of said surveyor square thence with said line which is the Jesse Sptirlock old line to an oak and pine on the river passing by a dogwood and hickory corner of said Spurlock land and lacks loud on the Spur lock branch j thence from time oak and pine down the river with its beginningt lieu nson Calmes line now D F1ealine where it joins the lord or Arnett lino thence with Mahala Herds lint to Broadway tokon stands the store house known as tho Rod House thence a straight line to the lot to tho line botweon Ifenaon Calmos and Vm M Combs thence with said line to the beginning This is tho lot upon Arminta Combs widow of Wm M Combs now resides and is sold subject to her lifo estate in saiiioj- j 0 A tract of land lying and being in Jackson yand known as the Red louse property Beginning at a point on Broadway street at the line between the property herein described and the lot upon which Wm M Combs lived at tho time of his death thence a straight lino to the river thence with time lame to an alley to Broadway street thence with tho Broadway street to time beginning 4 Beginning at tho line or corner of J It Blake on Court coy street opposite a lot now owned by one JJuJf thence with Blakes line and the line of W 11 Blantou to tho corner of Robert Davidsons lot thence with said Dadidsona line to a atone at Dan Turners line thence with said Turnors lino ton atomic nt Cooloy Combs line thence with his line to tho corner of straightlinowith the count road to tho line of 0 J Little at or near the mouth ofn drain thence with tho lino botweon the lands of said 0 J Little and Wm M Combs 03 tate to the corner of a lot hereto fore sold by Break Combs to Win Sewoll thence with his lino to tho corner of the graveyard lot thenco around nndwith tho line of said graveyard lot to tho line of William So well thence around and with the back end of his lot to time line of the lot j v occupied by Wm Taylor t once with the HnO of said lot to Court Hey street thonco down time hill with the line of said street to the beginningOnly interest of Breck Combs in and to the said property will be sold and tract No 2 will be sold subject to the lifo estate of Arnminta Combs widow of Wm M Combs deceased Levied upon as the property of Brock Combs a defendant in said cCc cutionTermsSnlo will be made on a credit of three months bond with approved security required bear ing interest at the rule of six percent per annum from day of sale replevinbondAmountto be made by this sale Debt 57844 interest 37013 cost of suit 1090 Sheriffs com mission 5981 cost of printioc 3150 Total 05575 Witness my hand this tho 4th day of February 1909 BHKOK CiUWKOun S B 0 By S 11 FUOATE D S cion j1 AT LAW IX = JACKSON f ANn and Hcs Phone AF LAW OFFICE IN CRAWFORD = L Ky his methods not only sat up a of work Eight mo strictly guarantee my to Best Gold Set Teeth 50c and Vie Offico entrrtnce Pattons between Taulbeos Reliance Drug Co on S E Patton for your orders with isfaction roofing on orders prompt attention Sale for laxes- By tIJ virtue of time duo Breathitt county and the State of Kentucky for the 1008 now in my hands for collection against Howard on property listed by in Brcathitt county and tax for said year which being 3250 interest and penalties and 100IOU lax in mill to now by authority vested in mo iw iff of Brcathitt county Kentucky I or ono of my deputies willt n 22 09 tiJbetween tho hours of 12 oclock m nnd 2 oclock p m at tho court P house door in time of Jacksor county of Breathitt Ky expose public sale to the highest bid der the following property or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy tho of the plain tins debt interest and costs to wit A parcel of land the loft hand of Spring Fork of creek as you go up and being a portion of tho Alc JU III wmind adjoins tho lu rlrn kins main county road nude at the school house and being a piece of creek bottom landcon Laming about live acres more r less listed for taxes tat tho prop crty of cash in hand interest and penalty cost of 750 I 14 35 This 4th day of January BlIKCK CltAWrOHl S B U v 11 B KBITII D S Irish Potatoes per bushel T IL Bcuris Co t = QOGQGgJ l 1 OItA1VlOIUIco free Q M 1 DAVIS Acting Oil W8 HOllKK Annt dull O I o UIUINUIIUt aij0 METHODSfIf S 00 o To n largo and growing tJ I oQ j g you arc not already in this nuing g bcr witnot open an account now g + Call in and tulle the subject over with g gus A call will entail no obligation Wont you tl m 5 k lt r JaG g PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 g a IMO OG aG oaaoM ot Q QG tifr7rrZW iiiiiiiiiiiriiiiuiiiiiiitiiiiiiuiuiiiiiuimm- I = iMARTIN KELLY ATTORNEY OFFIOi IIUUST 1HVC1 ivw- ntiinununuunmcalnnllarlIiunln 5C5252rnIPlIVStCIAN SUHOEON 1 rnOmce lHJm rn1sm JA H PATTON ATTORNEY 11LDO JACKSONKY Dr C Peyton Dentist Jackson hUJIdreds them Ire priceMyvery class years experience enables to work One price all Crowns400B- est 800 Fillings II 76cExtracting HuH on Broadway store and Call JrndcsSl1l1hfilled dispatch and sat guaranteed The best earth Now on hand Mail Sheriffs taxes year Alex him poll taxes 325 amounting 3085 f Sher Monday Febry town to amount on side Quicksand and situutcflHIiwccn tho priugFork Tlr11lsSnle Alex 1IowlrlltTax 3G8r advertising total 1009- i i Oi1 atI shier 1 high I Fruit and Ornamental TreesEvery- thing I i for orchard garden Wo have no InwlFree catalogue H F Hillcnmcycr LEXINGTON KY Fora Limited Time l YOU CAN GET The Louisvilc Times Regular price 500 a year AND TUB v Breathitt County News BOTH ONE YEAR FOH r h rMISthe tPaper Anywhere tponthe best and fullest market re ports Democratic in politics but fair to everybody Send your t t lion right away to Tho Newsnot to the rimes This special low offer maybo withdrawn at army time W H UUANTON L T HOVCRrULB i J wise IIAOIN3 Blanton ovcrmalcr LAWOffice Ky theCommonwealth specialtyCollections promptly remitted Real esUU 0 bought and sold i pt l I f 11 r1w- A The Breathitt Ne- wscJ WISE HAG INS EDITOU CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI AYEA IMibltHliud Kvevy lrlilny Fresh line of Lownoys llul mid Box Candies nt Hnddixa A P Crawford made 11 business trip to Bcattyvillo Saturday T S Slicflicld of frozen Crock cwlla hero on business Monday Gray Iladdix went to Quicksand Tuesday on oiHcial business t 1f 4k Andrew J lays of O K Junction was hero on business I Mondayr r Jl For a good meal during court a cull on Mrs E C Combs rent Baptist church WmKJssell and A C Gaul billof Howards Creek were here on business Wednesday 1NRins ant 1 T CoIIP itflnto thcirjncw resi nin strict IQ r lfu lvltat n gacfl Wntch right downulmost at cost why Hoijt you go to Flccnors ewclr Store t 0 t Fresh Oysters direct from Bal ateI Thompson No 30 1 fl S 11 Fugalo was on Frozen fi the first of tho week collecting taxes forl ft ifI Circuit CotMrs Doru Callalmn of CrockS etUville was visiting her parents t Mr and Mr William lloskins from Saturday till Monday Mrs Minerva J Hoys wife ofI A J Hays is very low with hum trouble She hay had several hem orrhages during the past week 1 Curt Ilnuln4 who accidentally shot himself last week way brought here Sunday and is now at thrI homo of John Hays in South Jack son He is improving S B Stidliam has completed coarse in watchmaking and repair ing and has set up a shop in thr Davidson building on Broadway lie asps n share of the patronage Miss Abbio Medley has sold her stock of millinery to Mrs Juan I t Lusk of Berea who will take charge of the business next Monday and will continue it at tin I same stand Hurst Brothers have sold their stock of goods at Wi I hurst to tin coal company operating the mine at that place They also leased to them the store building for a period of live years James Stacy of Canncl City andiI will take charge next I February 15th lie promises to run a first clas hotel and solicits the patronage of the traveling pub I lie Dont forget old man Bolin HP I g is still in the Bread business Ho Will give you fresh Bread every I evening Coma one and nil and get orlwherc in town led Wilson of Belknap was Saturday and entered into t timo Fiddlers Contesting came out the winner of a i me Ho is about 70 years old but hay 1lostnone of his skill with the lid dle and the bow 4 Floyd Day has sold a large tract ti of timber land on Frozen creek to Joseph Winterbothnm of Chicago jr- a III They have begun moving l their mill from Robbins where they have been engaged for the past three years Capt Jam a Mvrir is tnojgenernl manager of the work tt w J II Ndland has built a gaso r1 o lino boat for both passenger nod t freight service between hero note 1 Hazard It is equipped with n ton horse power engine and only displaces 8 inches of water while t P carrying a load This boat wi I ffilla long felt want and will be al it convenience for the pcqplo- l up the river especially in the win tor season Tho concert given at the College chapel last Friday night was a suc I cess but owing to it being such a- rbad and rainy night the crowd f was not as largo as otherwise would have been Those who attended t from Bcattyvillo were Dr and I Mrs G T Smith Miss Mar gucrito Clayton Miss Beatty Miss Wyfttt Miss Hogg Mrs C T Dorman Mrs Ibby Roberts Capt H T Beatty and Prof Ilassard The famous Yale Coffee is now r tc4 sale at T H Bouris 7 Co I f lO t I oo f 1 J l 1 k vtffoteII Nlco lino of Candies at 1 II Bcurin Co Fslilnine Short of Robbins wa hero on business Thursday weekc logs to our market For a good squaro Meal at a well prepared table cull on Mrs E C Combs rear Baptist church Are you rending our story Gentleman From Mississippi It started in Inst weeks paper S G Profit has moved from Cum llon to Keifer OkTa where nio is engaged in thnil business her anything iir iho Grocnry lute nt the right price call on Mrs K C Combs rear Baptist church Mrs Anna K Short of Beret is visiting her daughter tins A S Johnson and other relatives here U TSnQYlcn assistant post master has been oil duty several days on account ofa severe cape of lonsililis You arc invited to conic to our oice during court and lot us show you some of our splendid combination subscription offers Green Wallers of Waltersvillc was here Thursday on his way up the country in the interest of the SwannDay Lumber Co for whom he husbccn tho buyer for several years Leave your watch clock jewelry etc with S H Stidham and it will bo arefully repaired and cleaned Next dour to tho Singer building and thjs Reliance Drug Drug Store Jackson Ky Kyland Musjck has located hero for tho practice of law Mo is n pnrtner with Judge W F lInllI of Ilarlan They will have ofllces both at Ilarlan C IL and thhI Place Mr Musick has moved inIto U II Pollards house on Jeffer son avenueFresh Oysters Celery and 11Iat Haddixs Friday and Saturday Kccapituation of thin Assessors book for the year J90U as returned liy Board of Supervisors Acres of land 202610 Value 1528131 Town lots 223 I Value 207065 Number of horses 1100 Value 03013 I Mules SDI Value 70202 Jacks 8 Value 885 Jennets 4 Value llr Cattle 7053 x Value 119018- Sheep 1010IValue 7819 Hogs i705 Value 32575 Value of agricultural imple ments 413 Value of wagons 9DI5IValue of safes 210 Value of household furniture 90443 Value of machinery 29073- Vulio of pianos and musical inI struments 0051 VnSuo of raw materials 350 Value of manufactured articlest 3025Value of paintings 50 Value of libraries 2350 Yahoo of Diamonds 025 Value of watches and clocks 2703 Value of gold silver and plated ware 425- Value of steam engines etc 25105 Value of mines etc 1973- Valuo of wines whiskies etc 870rValue of stores 110180- Valuo of miscellaneous property 33110 Value of exempt property 345888 Grand total taxable 2188422 Number of voters 2727 Children between 0 and 20 years yjft Bushels of corn 377321 Acres of corn 22353 Acres of woodland 153303 Number of dogs 1201 The returns of the elcctidn fd President and ViccPresidciit of tho United States were compared in a joint session of tho Senate and Houso at Washington Wednesday and Taft and Sherman were for manly declared elected Taft an I Sherman receiving 321 votes an Bryan and Kern 1G2 votes of tho electoral college That good Butter Yellow label 40c a pound at Haddixs I tJJfI 1I1i Notice Notice is hereby given to all- s loiterers and trespassers to keep away from the buildings and grounds of Lees Collegiate Insti tute Neighbors and all reputable citizens are welcome to use the grounds as n pnssway as hereto fore but lawbreakers and other undesirable pesons will bo prose cuted for trespass to the extent of lawAC A LEo A1tu Principiil For the Hoard of Trustees of Lees Collegiate Institute 2t Be a New Farmer The farm problem of America is not in bursting barns nor high- bred stock nor soil fertility nor even in the rural school but in the farmer 11iusolL Its solution is in the individual known as the new farmer The dreary drudgery of the old farm existence is last pass lug away and in its place is coming a broad richfree livelihood never known beforeUtho neiy country life The new farmer lives the new country life tho new farm er builds for his wife and children a modern sanitary attractive home tho newTarmer makes hard roads lIe installs a telephone receives his mail by free delivery and encourages interurban service supports a thriving ruralchurch and demands an cIHcicnt consoli dated schoolwith a high school course for his sons and daughters at homo rite now farmer reads and thinks he studies his own en vironment sees his opportunity and limitations improves the one and removes the other The nettI farmer is not only a scientist but a sociologist ITu works in harmony I with his neighbors for the general I good and uplift of his immediate community and above all else he I realizes the dignify and importance of his own profession rend individ I uality in the permanent and nay tionnl welfare A full lino of National Biscuit iCos Cakes and Crackers at Had dixshostA plain gold ring with initials C II B engraved on the inside Return to T H buns Cos store and receive reward F M Mcdirty and myself have dissolved partnership I willcon time the business as usual and can make you better prices on tone workns there will be no profit to divide J D Moons New Hofels for Lexington At n meeting of the board of directors of the Phoenix Hotel Company Wednesday it was de cided to at once proceed to build an addition to the hotel and com pletely remodel the old building whichwill make the Phoenix one of the largest and most complete hotel buildings in the South The architects were instructed to at once prepare plans for the pro posed changes work upon which will begin early in the spring It is said that the plans contemplate taking the new part of tho hoto eight or ten stories sigh These improvements Imvo been contemplated for about n year but active work had been postponed on ac count of tho financial stringency Work will oleo begin on the ton story addition to the Leland Hotel next month J D Moore is suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism Mrs J J C Back went to Lexington Wednesday to be treated for catarrh v llovs r II Hudson Thomas Kelly and M D Stacy will con duct religious services at the Hound Bottom school house on Quicksand the third Sunday in February die 2 1st at 1000 a nv Engines Boilers and Sawmill outfits of highest quality on rca sonable terms and at a living price can bo had of The Russell Co of Louisville Ky Write for Catalogue Bor call on H PI Stay ens Jackson Ky- Scalloped Oyster Drain the liquor tram a quart ol stowing oysters and sot It aside In tho bottom of n buttered bakcdlsh strew a layer of crushed cracker crumbs season with paprika and salt dot with butter and wet with oyster liquor and milk In equal quantities Next put a layer of oysters seasoned In like manner then more crumbs pro tullorIThe top layer should be crumbs with a double allowance of butler Pour In the rest of the liquor cover closely and bake At the end of half an hour or when the surface begins to bubble remote tho coverrand brawn lightly a Si +asa h rm i iio he r tn n It matters not what other Drug Firms prices afe we flare positively TUB CHEAPEST on everything Wo sell everything that other Drug Firms sell fi We dontclaim to have special prices on one or a few things but we do guarantee 9 to save you money on ALL articles v 8 r u Bringypur Prescription To Us r it We will actually save you from ton cents to one dollar on overt one you brink us besides Vou are sure of getting the w nod freshest drugs compounded in itipurelth 1 OUR DRUGS ARE ALL NEW I r OLD DRUGS ARE NOT HUGH GOODr j Why Can We Be the CheapestT y 1 Because yQ can buy drugs as cheap as others 2Bey r cause our expense is not n ore than onetenth as Iti 3 Because we pay cash and tell for cash Call for THE NEW DRUG STORE and insist on t muchjj r I RELIANCE DRUG CO between Taulbcos Store and Singer Machine r- l JACKSON KENTUCKY 1 2sesaasas 2ar2 SESES252S S c525CS25252525252 51I BEARD AMPUTATED OR WHISKERS REFUNDED AT THE It Post Shaving Parlor nJ RYOt can have your hair cut in any styleyou wish GireW I us a trinlnndbq convinced fl Thanking you for past favors and soliciting a part of your H n patronage in the future wo rcnnin yours truly n g HEZEKIAH COMBS Propr B H HOLLA 11 W1LLIAJ1 I lA liltiousorlal Artists JI OX lUtOADWAV ST CllILnUBNs nm IIOUIIINO A SlKCIALTV 25CS252S2S252S252S2 252525252525252525 525525i 1ODL2DI PROSPERITY 1909I ji I READ ID11r fcumtutg punt FREE 1S09 Edition Kentucky Governors Wall Atlas to all who Subscribe for Six Months or a Year EVERY TRUE KENTUCKIAN SHOULD HAVE A COPY OF THIS SPLEHDIO WALL ATLAS Tht Latest Kentucky MapUp To 1909 Full and CompliU- Hncr erte lyfor The Irening Post taco tof S1 GAtt muted In colon on lieovy tarp paper It contains des pages 3x80 Inches The Chart alone is worth fLW- TheIortrsilsofalllhehentucLyCorernorssome of them very rare one the only picture 01110 lied cxutencc err nine other maIlS of great value among them a map of the United States the Ihllippinei Hawaii lotto Rico and the Panama Canal Zone also map of the World The Atlas shows portraits of all the Presidents the Rulers of all Nations with Costs of Arms and flags A of State to the year 1WP AHiltoricalkndPotltleaiDirectory oiKentuckfgiving residential Vote State Officials Area and U S Speakers of Ken tuck ItouseCoogreastonal Judicial and Railroad Commissioners Districts Dem rLlbleat cantle and Ke uhaann State Central Commlt r t tand State Hzecutire Committees Senatorial Dot rkts Couutls of Kentucky when made and ftPopulationLtatistta fakes IIiralian I Utids Jnrto Rico Alaska Philip plies Area and Population of Slates and COlin Irks The Original Ktalea and those admitted the ttrenine Post Kentucky Governor Wall subscribeIII Poe who cannot get The livening lost delivered IjCarrier or gelll1 Send for Sample Co and full description of gettheTHE EVENING POST Loulivllle Ky ECIAl THIS PAPER Tl1e News Post months 200 The News anJ Daily Post One Year 350 Tickets Now on Sale VIA To Man Points South and TicKetf Good Returning Until Hay 1909 Wrlle for rates I 1 ourierlurnal Henry Watter n Editor Is National New aper Demo cratic in politics prints all the news without fear l favor The regular price in SlC a year but you can get the Wflklv Courier Journal nUll tlioliiatJiittConn ly News both ono i ar for 150 you will send you order to this paper not to the C rier Journal Daily Courier ournal al- 6001Sunday a year 200 Wo can give ouI combination cut rate on Daily ornmday if you will write this pnpe r I MR i Y a r IYOUR aaaiaaasai Owl I Augustus is Ulllson i11 lUITUrtimcandjDaily Six 1L GOING SOUTH WinterTourist QUEEN CRESCENT ROUTE Southeast 31st land pldtr HlJINGCYAIIOIEnalaStIealnEtonltyn Weelly a if T i SEEDS1Vo I Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn lane Seed Mil let Cow Teas tioja Beans Pen nuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage plants Potato and Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Beans Garden Peas all kinds Garden Field and Flower Seeds Land Plaster and Fertilizers Write us for prices andsamples State what you want 1219 Nashville Seed Co 215 Second Avenue North NASHVILLE TEISN 1 JA4io a If DRUGSTORIE600DSfIr 1 It may bo Medicines Prescriptions or something for the protection and care of the toilet that Yodneedit matters not what but if yo- uGET r ttf IT HERE r You got an unquestioned hoiffeu quality and that proves us worthy of your patronage For Baby and Grownups wo have ALL THE NECESSARY HEALTH GUARDS y Comforts for tho sickroom Foods and Helps for Baby cad Toilet articles in big profusion Try a Bottle of Riffles Cough Syrup ITts Good putt Fresh It ayes rondo lnst ni A1irt8lnI1 r teedthats allJ f s + Special Prices on Dr Kings New Discovery ji JACKSON DRUG GO rCor Main and Court Streets It ifita IwH H H iWir wH i H H HiH H H l H H H t rt4I 1p = ti aptwrr O We want to thank you allLr il ti for the tIi 049 it most generous patronage e G 0 y we ever hadj g- Wel t t will make every effort t-Wi He i i we can f 0FF t- ir in the futuretJ l f fittl oJ r F e Jii JACKSON KY This is the Question 1rWhether it is better to keep your mofloy in a drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay bcheck1 There can be but ono answer to this k bank it and check it out OPcKV ttIt will systematize your affairs teach you economy and bring you into contact with the best people of the community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time andv Savings Deposits j afc JACKSON DEPOtSITIfNKk y JACKSON KENTUCKY I B N Spradling REPRESENTING Great Eastern Casualty and Indemnity Co OH NEW YORK Can give you Accident Policies worthup to 1000 in case of death by accident and from 820 to SUO per month for accident and sickness CALL ON HIM at the Singer Machine Companys Office And Protect Yours elf fo OAaa + + I IBMOTAL1 F t 1 have moved to McCormick Iwill ifr ing MonumentsAND w 0- rAny one wanting anything in atMcCorrnick rrAI andhope 1 orders for m- ea MSHELY l i o v r 0 s IrSo J Y tipIIAPTEn on 1ACtrwas tlr bud to sennI l for years He ftlmntes with ease lospcnklng grant of power In sjlite of his gray I balrs Via rugsed courage unswery f et4 jug honesty and rowdy f y t friends won him a loyal followlns L I whom frequently npnicd 7 I I wjutiwat known as Bill Lnngdona I k l I I + itmeretievcr sn manetnlma I Y C sw g afoot knM thlslccnuse+ Yn o t folks their own virtues pop npawf Wind Vin- i4 hen thel look at somebody else i At the reinwsof fits old war com J wades LangUon was nw1Ys deleudeLlI 4oilto deseribOqnce again 4rt Third Mississippi charged nt Craw L fordsvlllo and defeated the Eighth 1111I nols nut the stirring cventa of the past had served to Increase the plant ers fondness for his home life urn his children whose mother had died years r before At times be regretted that hk j unexpected political duties would take him nway from the old plantation even though the enthusiastic approval of Carolina and Hope Georgia pro j con siderable compensation Although not sworn In ns senator Colonel Langdons political duties were already pressing A few days after Congressman Nortons visit be sat In a his library conferring with several i prominent citizens of his county re purdlng a plan to ask congress to uP propriate money to dredge n portion of the channel of the Pearl river which would greatly aid a largo sec tlou of the state During tho deliberations the name of Martin sanders was announced by Jackson the colonels gravely decorous negro bodyguard who boasted that ho wuz brunc up by Cunel Marse j Langdon sub a flghtln Mississippi cnne suh renco long befo de walt nnd way bcfo dam suh Show Mr Sanders right In com manded Colonel Langdon Good day senator spoke Sanders the boss of seven counties as he en k pored Glancing around the room he continued bending toward tho colonel and mufillng his now whispering voice with his hand 1 want to speak to you alone Tin here ou politics Thats nil right but these gentle men here are my friends and constltu tcnts was the reply lu no uncertain j olceto When I talk politics they a perfect right to hear what I Ana their senator say Out with It Mr F Sanders As Sanders was Introduced to the members of the conference bo grew red In tbo face and stared nt Langdon amazed At last bo had discovered 1 something new In politics Say he AI finally blurted when 1 talk business yr- re you In politics as n business quickly spoke Colonel Langd- onhyIcrno of course visitor stammered I am In politicsI ii 1111 t Carolina Langdon tied an austere lore J i pllncS- T rIfar y Just lllto every i Y anqSndc grinned sug I r 1119180 at tiM questioner j A y- fr J anything further to say tJon In a tone hinting that t Ir iii o ti Jwould like to be rid of his caller tJ Well since you are so very new In r this game senator Ill talk right out In meetln as they call It I clime to i ask about an appointment nn to tip you off on a couple o propositions I want IJim Ilngley taken cure of 0t y youve heard of Jimwas clerk o Fen more county A 520CO a year Jol II E do for him jOO o that he glvu bOI t organIzationIc eIF IYourethoorganizntion arent you Why yes Are you Just jjcttln wise cried Sanders Havent I Jot fellers voters wrens VOTRItS d lt hangln on to tne that uccdx to t 7tlllencare oft An so I make the lows that work help those that dou- e Why Laugdon what n h are you klokln nn questlonln about Dldu t you get my twelve votes In the legisla ture Did you have a chance for sen Mt ator without cm Answer rue that will you Why with em you ouly had two more than needed to elect nn the opposition crowd wits solid fu Wilson cried the angry boss pound Ing the long table before which lung don sat Ill answer you almighty quick retorted the now thoroughly aroused son ator elect rising and shaking hU clinched nat at Sanders Those JSfilSft XClej you gay were ourl 1f 4i t to A Jyours lea mine Thorn noble leul +lstuty im iic mn was 1111 U mint milt1 toll you Jit like I had em lit my poek t 1111I thats where iniwtly curry em o US tluy wont go Btrpyln nM1I1I car iT yoiiiltilnt harp to vote those moil fur lie I told you dt the tilt tot that I 111111I not make you erInnybcdy else IInl ices You y6lSaTthpm for I Ul yomr uwJ lllC eenl lbatIII1Ie 0 Theta nnMo IopGuS At this point tllaI OrB teat mine geullomcn of county present who Sanders entered nnd who hud no desire to witness fur they the unpleasant episode rose to leave In spite of the urgent reqiu 8t of Colonel Langdou that they remain The only sue reluctant to go was PtU icon Amos Sinnllwoml who rooming to the plantation to sock employment for his son had not been denied of his desire to Join tho assemblage of bps DelJbhbrsILast to wore toward till door bo stopped In front of Sanders stretched his tire feet three Inches of stature on tiptoe and shook u withered list In tile boss firmly set determined face Infamous shrieked thee deacon Youre n monster Youre unrighteous You should havo belonged to tine political machine of Catalina or Pon thus Pilate Never heard tell o them muttered Sanders deeply puzzled Guess they was never In Mississippi my Ills accompanying gesture tlmoI plexity caused the deacon to exit Tripping over the leg of n chair ilie fell headlong Into the arms of the watchful Jackson who received the deacons blessing for uplifting the righteous In thchour of their fall Relieved at tho departure of the wit ccsaos Sanders showed Increased ag groBslvcuoRS To bo sure senator you were careful not to personally promise me anything for my support at the election as you say the leader sneered but you had Jim Stevens to make promises for you which was smooth absolute an artistic smooth Stop slrl Langdon furiously shout ed You forget sir that your Insinuation la an Insult to a man elected set ator from Mississippi an Insult to my state and to my friend Senator Ste veils who I know would make you no promises for me for he bad not my authority Certainly youro n senator but lwhats n senator anyhow Ill tell you Mr Colonel Langdon a senator U a man who holds out for his own pocket ns much as us fellows that make him will stand for When we dont get our rightful share hes through I With n sudden start as though to spring at Sanders throat Laugdon with compressed lips and eyes blav I lug grasped the edge ot the table with a grip that threatened to rend the polished boards With intenscst effort ho slowly regained control of ufmsclf Ills fury had actually weak ened him Ills knees shook and ho sank weakly Into a chaIr When bo finally spoke his voice was strained anti laborious Sanders you and I sir must never meet again because I might not succeed again In keeping my i hands off you What would my old comrades of the Third Mississippi say If then sandmo sitting here and you there n body sir after what you have said They would not I believe their eyes thank God sir They would all go over to Stuart City I and buy new eyeglasses sir A Sims t plclous moisture appeared on tho colo nels cheeks which ho could not dry too quickly to escape Sanders observa Ion nut I hind to let you stay sir be cause you the cole accuser ere the only one who can tell me what I must know NVhnt do you want to know asked Sanders who had realized his great mistake In losing his temper lu talk Ing as openly and as violently as ho had anti In dragging the name of Sen ator Stevens Into the controversy lie must try to keep Stevens trop bearing of this days blunder for Jim Stevens knew as well as be didnt he thatthe man who loses hIs temper like the man who talks too much Is of no uso In politics I want to know how you formed your opinion of political matters of senators Is It possible sir that you have actual knowledge of actual hap penings that give you the right to talk as you have I want to know If I must feel shame feel disgrace sir to be a aeuator TrolU Mississippi that state sir that the Almighty hhnselt sir would choose to live lu If he came to earth There there senator dont tape tot seilously what I have said Zanders replied In reassuring tone having outI titled his course of action I lost head incense you wouldnt promise inn something I tieededtlmt appointment sculls tors aV such was all wild tierLIbo senator This query was a afterthought which Sanders craftily In a designedly artless man neroiJust what I thought and know ex claimed Latgdon sharply It couldnt be It Isnt possible Now you go sir- r nnd let It be your greatest disgrace that you nro not lit to enter any gen tlemans house Oh dont rub It III too hard senator You may need my help some day but youll have to deliver thccooda before hand Li1IJ1 e A GENTLEMAN FROM MISSISSIPPIBY THOMAS A WISE jJNoveliaad irofDthe play by FrBd2rtckRTooinbsi l eorYBiGHTi909BY TnottwAwtec I r TnT poll but bores n tip nnntI blues tnefor lljiiitlu you Ivo llKhi to Jive Im a liuunti twin an1 liutimna ore touch the sable allover time vurUl nHlxe ipt vcniyouru halt natural The rest of o b reformer After Snndera departure time coloucl nt hU table Ills howl nt ting la hla hnudjjhe events of the day crowding hi tl hrin JtWlllllrlllsl hanTime battles of peace are wort any icuurejnrd ever led rum ditto Ill murmured KlghtliiR to conquer one llf la harder than turning the left of the Ighth Illinois Inuii cm lilndluj lire lint till new senator from MIssUsTppl dtdnot know that fur 111111 the wars cf pence had only lust begun that pet impsliia own l JJIII1tl blood and that f the wife and mother Who had gun Jieforp woUd tern traitor to hits colors the very thickest of till flay CHAITEII III s- HOW TO ILKASt A 8CNATOR 1 lK International Lintel In wash Ington was all hustle niu bUfilltJ Was It not preparing for Its first senator since 1SS57 No WIIj1Itiers of his party ut the capitalt had engaged a suit of rooms for himself mind two dnughtcrSj Alnt It the limit remarked the chief clerk to Hud Hnlnes correspond I I cut of the New York Star The sen i ator wrote us that be was coming here I because his old friend tho late Sen iitor Moseley said back In 75 that this was the best hotfl In Washington andI where nil the prominent tniU stay Maine the ablest political reporter In Washington bad conic to the Inter national to Interview the nil w senator to describe for his paper what kind of n citizen tangdou was lie glanced around nt the dingy woodwork the worn cushions tile nicked nnd uneven tiles of tho hotel lobby and smiled at the clerk Well If this Is tho new senators Idea of princely luxury he will fit right Into the senatorial atmos phere Hath laughed derisively Dy the way added llalnos I suppose youll raise your rates how that youve got a senator lUre Time clerk brought his fist down ou the register with n thud We could have them every day If we wanted them Tills follow thoui well have all winter t guess Ills sons here now Deco breaking all records for drink lug Congress man Norton ol Mississippi has Well cant you tee been down here tefiut tour doJntr with him n few times There young anpdon Is now Unities turned quickly Just In time to bump Into a tall slender young man who was walking unevenly In the direction of the cafe Well cant you see what youro do lag muttered the tall young mean thickly Halncs smiled The chap who has played halfback four years on his col lege eleven and held the boxlu cham pionship In lila class Is apt to be good natured lie docs not have to take of tense easily Besides Randolph Lang don was plainly under the Influence of whisky So mines smiled pleasantly at the taller young man Heg your pardon my fault Halues said Well dont let It occur again Anon bled Langdon ns ho strolled with un BudevenIlnlnos laughed 1 guess young Langdon Is goIng to be one of the buys Isnt he lies already one of them when U comes to u question of fluid capacity laughed someone behind hint and Hud whirled to meet the gaze of his friend Dick Cullen representative of ono of tho big Chicago dailies Von down here to see Langdun tool commented nut Cullen nodded Queer roost where this senator Is to hang out Isnt H- It cant be n rich one then Bug jested homes Cullen chuckled Perhaps lies nil honest one I hadnt thought of that You nl ways were original Dickie comment d Hnlnes dryly By tho way whist lo you know about him Nothing except that too Evening Call printed a picture of hits eldest daughter says shes the queen drug h ter of the south a famous beauty rich planter for n father mother eft her n fortune Shell cut quite a social taplr wit this hotels name on lnjr carter non t chol1 broke In mines ns he led Culls to n seat to await tho expected legis lator whose train was late I dont know very much about him myself said Mollies All Ive been satt11 looks lad Great glory when f thin k wlmt n senator of the right sort tins n Wnsimimgtony tho a sbbuldcr roan He reused to shake his head In disgust You know these fellows hero In the senate dont even sec their chance Why It you and I didnt do nay more to hold our jobs than they du wed bo fired by wire the first day They know Just th old po oilI though Und sighed Culleir longingly for like many newspaper men lietintl the secret fro ing that be was cut out to be a great politician ifaim r ulJJCIIl Lnngdon I A Gentleman from JIf88 fllll ore Tts n KTWU panic ns n game ngrwd Hnlnes 0 Is bridge and stud poker and three hard motile and fun flam generally Take this new mar- y Lungdon for Instance Chosen by S- ttens hcIFprobably bo perfectly obed perfectly oasy going perfectly nudperfcclly useless WhatV now Is to get tho work done not piny tho game rheroughly a cynic through hi years of experience ns n uewspape man which bad shown the Insldt- I working1 of many Important phase pt the scelmmiugly conventional life M this complex world Cullen prctende unbounded enthusiasm I Hear Hear he shouted AH yo earnest citizens come vote for Ite l former llaluoa Im for you uWhat do I gut In your cabinet Iv joined the reformers too and like a of tlwni me for PUIlITY ns loaf ns she gives me a meal ticket But not even Culleu could tnaki homes consider his views on thi necessity of political regeneration ti be ridiculous ills optimism could no- Te snuffed out fur be was a gunuln believer that tlit naiiiral tendency 0 humankind was to do right Wrou he believed to be the outcome of un natural RUled This quality com blued with his practical knowledge o I the world timid his courage made him o formidable mss one who would our I day ncccmpllnb big IngsIr he got the chance You know you cant shut ino up Dick was his response to Cullen oratorical flight Im going to have my say I dont too why a senator shouldnt Je bonott All I want them to do Is to playa new limo Let om at least sewn to be honest attend h their biwliftips forget politIcs The country sounds Uivin here to work nut If they do tlic work the people really dont rare a hmlC what party they be tong to- Come out of U Bud Your brain In wobbly yawmJ Cullen wearily Pit buy 11 drink If jtull quiet down Lets bo comfortable till this fellow Lang don appears He caught his friend by the neat ac9 In splto of protcsi dragged hum of to tho cafe Just mr young Iing lofl pod Congressman Nor ton came down through time lobby Though but ew years older than Randolph tan tau Charles Norton hind long exercised strong Influence over him because of his wider export dice In the winds affairs Like his taller young aiigfiou had stayed close to the p mutation most of his life particular ntterlleaving school devoting his at ntlou to studying the business of co ducting the familys lug estate No tgn brought him the atmosphere of he bug outside world ho yearned toI e even as did his slitter Carolina nn be Imitated Nortons manners hIs less and mode of speech file t ugressmans habit of confiding iirilnpolph n subtle cote pllment was appreciated bj the lam who u consciously became n tontlnunl advol ser of Nortons man virtues to or Oa and to his father all of which tli congressman know I That Norton political career was the outcome Carolina Langdont ambition to sl o in gay society was known ta his rlonda na well as hl family and iiI desire to win her and place her whe she could satisfy c- ory whim lied levelopcd almost id f frenzy Seelnp ordeucoR of Senate Stevens vast 1 luence he did not lies Itnte to seek n lose relationship wit him and tin senator was clovei enough to lead iorton to consider hit Lila friend i At thostari t his political career j Norton hind hlf or ideas of honor than guided his n ns now tint he lad become a par of the political ma 1 cbfno that co oiled his native state 11ut Mississippi nd of the bipartisan combination 1t dominated loll houses of con ess In the Interest of the treat rat my and Industrial cor poratlons vSe tor Stevens and other powers had s Istorted Nortons view of the litter o between public nod private Intcre I and their respective titrights that be id cone to believe cap ital to bo the erred heritage of the nation which mat be protected nt any cost The IK ptiiuce of a retainer from time C S and P Railroad com pany for who unnecessary services lu Wnshlngtoi only another way of buying n man i transaction arranged by Senator St ens was but another stage in tin disintegration of the young congret nans character but it brought him st that much closer to tho point wb i he could claim Caro linn Langdon i his own And oppor unity does in knock twIce nt a mans- I door unless Is ut the bead of the iNewton persevering young tan I student who lowed time girl who hind been his boyhood playmate was now Norton who coveted her fatlier lauds who boasted that he was on the In side in Washington who wus ou tho way to fortune If time new senator beturcellcooItTnaval base Ills conversation with Ilandolph Lnugdoh as Halncs and Cullen saw them pass through the hotel lobby II lustrated the nature of the Norton of the present mid his Interest In the AI tacoola scheme Theres no reason why you shouldnt come In on the ground floor lu this he was urging continuance of the conversation be Iin overo table In the cafe No rea son why you shouldnt do It lilY boy Why are you still H cjilfd or art you really a man You have uow drafts for SMOOO hjivcut you Yenh agreed Lnngdou chagrined at Nortons Insinuation of youthfulness pod anxious to prove that ho was real ly n man of affairs Ive got tho fifty t thousand Charlie butbud you set i thats tho money for Improvements on i rljt plantnttonYta father tins tint me In ns manager I want to innkv a show lug You cant make It until spring urged Norton The moneys got to lien till bank nil winter tow why dont you make n hundred thousand with It Instead of letting It lie Idle Isnt that simple The younger mans eyes opencdwlde and his imagination stimulated by the special brand of Bourbon whlaky Nor tot hail ordered for him took rapid bounds One hundred thousandl You meat l could raako a hundred thousand with my fifty between now anti spring Sun ns n nigger likes gin replied Norton confidently How asked Lnngdon The young congressman leaned over confidentially This Is under your bat Randolph You can keep quiet Lnngilon nodded eagerly Then put It lute Allnroola land The naval base gasped Iansdon Norton nodded Now youve hit It The government will select AJtacooln for n naval base Then laud will lump way up to never sod youll clean up a hundred thou rend nt the yeast Isnt It simple There are u thousand people with mutiny who would Just lute to liars this chance And Im giving It to you because of our friendship I want to tie you a good turu Ivo got my IlIo- nIljtllurp Young LatiKdon was visibly Im pressed Youve nlwnys treated me right Charlie youve been for tne 1 know lint suppose the government doesnt se test Altacooln Gulf Citys lu tho run nlng Norton laughed sarcastically Gulf City Is a big bunch of mud Oats Resides Ill tell you something else Just between us remember lie waited for the boys eager nod before bo went on Theblg men are bobtail Altncoola Stnudnrd Steel wants A 1 tacoola and what Standard Steel wants from congress you can bet your Ix tom dollar Standard Steel gets They know their business at No 10 Broadway Now then are you satisfied Randolph was more thnn satisfied Already ho felt himself rich and hon estly rich too for Norton hind con vinced him that there was no reason why ho should not use time 50000 otI uh fathers when It lad tit He lu the- hiank anyhow nil winter and he would have It back In time to use on the plantation In tho spring when It lens tattled now proud of him his father would be when he showed htm n clear profit of 1000001 Ill go get time drafts nt once Char lie antI Im mighty much obliged to you he said with gratitude In his voice Nortons smile was one of deep antis factionThats all right Ilnndolph You know I want to do nuythlug I can for you Randolph was starting for his room when HalncH nnd Cullen turnujl sharply around the curlier of the hotel desk Again Bud and tho young southerner accidentally collided Where nre you going Cant you look out1 blurted Laiigdo- nIliliits grinned Guosfl its your fault this time Oh It In Is It Irritably replied Itnndolph wbo as the young marse nccuS1tomed on tho plantation Well take that he angrily cried aiming a savage c swing at Values The reporters athletic training proved of ready service Dodging under the clinch ed fist he turuell- lIexterously seiz ed young Lang dons outstretch ed wrist and bent 1I0wnIshoulder aa though to throw tho young attacker with the wrestlers flying more Langdon was helpless an Ualnes had also secured his free hand but instead of completing time throw the reporter walked away with Ills foe licld securely on his back to put him to bed n kindly service III tfow of Itandolphs mental state From across the lobby Chmrksur ton had watched Itandolpbx discomfit ing encounter with Ilalnc with iitmmi meat Now that Ivo got the young fellow to sew up his old mans money In llnI coola laud be chuckled reckon Senator William II Iangdon wout tree anything wrong with that twine noble tract of universe whcji he comes to vote for the naval base Senator Ste vena will be pleased fContinued text week IWIIH it UmmiiiM t fairy FLtlornilIIII OWIDicOortown fur curing C1r Pepjjur of duudly lung heiiiurrhiigcfl I couldnot work nor get about lit vritfiB and the doctors did mo n i good nut iiftor using Dr Kings Niw Discovery three weeks Iwl like a new tnuti anil can do good work again For weak soro or diseased Innps conghp colds homo griPfli100 Trial bottlo free SoKl anti guaranteed by nekton Drug Oo IToKeep Dishes Warm dlshea warm Will time to t hotwattrWhattoEat I lIlIlIlIllhllllI Ilmuu SltUtH- lie in tint low marshy bottoms of tho Potomac the brvtsling ground 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