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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1it t il iIff t- K q J I J ry edit1lit o ifds usin Medium I i t3iS WI ldll J t e i PublisherPEnYEAR Any ANOR zWJiK IUOINB Editor and Volume vliL Jackson KentuckJy riday March 5j 1909 18 A X t Gtww WVA ww t MW1t W IWWwww i The Star Store i r i 6 s ova WINTER GOODS f H rs MUST GO AT LOW PRICES ETo Make room for Spring Goods 4Mons Nice Brown Suits with uptodate is Cuffs1350 Suits for 950 or Fl e C 1000 Suits for 850 E Bio Stock of Boys and Childrens Clothing eatLow Prices All Our Ladies and Childrens Jackets and e Skirts at Half Price e+ Wens Ladies Misses and Childrens Winter Shoes at One Half their Value EJ Underwear for Men Women and Children E at Rock Bottom PricesLrAll or our Winter Goods must go nt LOW PRICES 13 for our lino of Spring Goods will soon bo bore und wu mast make room for thorn a Thantinl you for star peat favors and hoping to + recclvo trade for lOUD wo remain 3Sincerely yours t- a I EUSTER ISAACS g m ill 17 littf m ti11 N W vv M1IyI VJ 1 V IVi IV COMMERCIALPRINTING u +HEADS NOTE HEADS BUSINESS CARDS CALLING CARDS VOUCHER CHECKS TIE BOOKS r ETC ETC it OUR PRINTING WILL FASCINATE BREATHITT NEWS I GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER A PITON E63- THE l J I G 9 1 IHtf H iH t H i1 ii1Atl i ri 3eLYON SON COINSURANCE I i p F I Iio REAL ESTATEtiq 4 G 1 STOCKS AND BONDS = eF- t + LOANS NEGOTIATED4fi 0 I AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL T JWNS- tf e L V IN EASTERN KENTUCKY IF I Want Live Energetic Men to Us g I in Unoccupied Territory o s 0 4 0 S Address All Communications to the Corn 0 pany at Beattyville Kentucky fl OOGOOOO OOOO I k lJ i tii tJk 1 iIf rtltit W m 0 g M J 4 1 tJCI Vfr JpP- r 44 iiIoII BREATRITT OfOUNTY NEWSmp IN 4V A Dream TwontyHve years ago I dreamed that when I was a child my nth ers bees left him and went away and after I hud grown to be a man the task Was placed upon mo to- go and search for them find in the search I came to a rock with a perpendicular face two or three hundred feet highand near the- top of the rock I saw a dark spot which I thought was an entrance in the rock and my fathers bees were on the inside From the top of the rock was the only Jlosition- from which I could see and us I sought tp reach the top of the rockit was inndo known to me that in the rock was natures man sion and everything that God would have developed was repre sented in the mansion which consisted of three rooms nearly di rectly over each other IJy per mission I passed through the man sion and saw everything that God had predetermined a developed existence Before it had reached development and in the thirdand upper room was my fathers bees in a largo iron safe which was locked and the key to the safe was lost The bees were passing through the key hole and passing in and out through a hole that had looked previously to me like aspot on the rock JoiN B LEWIS Hail to the Stork The statesman docs the speaking The editor booms the town The lover does the popping The damsel turns him down The poet does the dreaming The farmer clears the woods The eagle docs the screaming But the stork delivers the goods Jimheremet his friend Charley on the street and told him ho had Been fishing How many fish did you Jtsh 41 I Charle tJiJD re i If to rhe number of the books of the Old Testament you add the number of books of the Now Testament multiply that by the number of apostles who were present at the transfiguration divide by the number of woks written by Luke subtract the number of times the Israelites marched around Jericho multiply by the number of pieces of silver Judas received for betraying Christ di vide by the number of spies Moses sent to Canaan add the number of letters in the name of the city in which a man climbed up a tree to see Christ divide by the number of apostles that were called the Sons of Thunder the answer will be the number of fish I caught If you are good at Bible lore and also at mathematics get busy on this one George Johnson of Jolts Creek who has been sick for several weeks has so far recovered as to comp to town Monday Sheriff Brcck Crawford renewed his official and revenue bonds Monday for the year 1909 as re quired by law The wife of Granville Hounshcll of Shoulder Blade died Sunday night after a long illness of Jon sumption She was a daughter of Ezekial Spencer of that place Noah Peters returned Monday from an extended trip to Call fornia Oregon Washington Yaw Mexico and other western points where he had been looking for a location but decided to comeback to BreathittWANTEDSuccess Magazine re quires the services of a man in Jackson to look after expiring sub scriptions and to secure now business by means of special methods unusually effective position per manent prefer one with experi ence but would consider any ap plicant with good natural qualifi cations salary 150 per day with- commission option Address with- references R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg Now YorkJones Whitakers secondhand furniture store is now in a room opposite II1 S Grains store They handle all kinds of secondhand Furniture Gays Creek Perry Co tSquire Ho leijis confined to liis bed with the fir The latest nrnlat the homo of Robert Mori wns a boy We Imvo not bceiflible to learn its nome u- 1The mumps K prevalent in this vicinity andacausin several large jaws i Circuit court began at Hazard Monday and nf oodly number of lour citizens are itteuding Jesse M Beg eYeof this place has given up t1 j goods business and Is now hauig logs anti ties i II M Begleywafl returned from a trip to Jacksoji and Laurel coun ties whore he hKs been on legal business J T Begley tas contracted to raft a large number of cross ties forTaylor Moss Taylor at four cents a tie jr A hint to tliejsviso is enough Wo need in this hour moro than over the courage to say what we believa to bo trio and to do what wo believe to bo right Wo have become altogether too tender to the wrongdoer jto indulgent to the man who uses his public trust for the public good A Coincidence Last Sunday a week Jasper Langdon son of Sim Langdon while under the influence of liquor shot and dangerously if notmortally wounded Robert Moselcy Mosely wns shot on the same ground where some few years ago Moscly and his father Wiley pilled Logan Hart This occurred i Leslie county a few miles from this place just over the hill It has been rv long longtime since I have written jold News I thouKbt1d ivritolarid let the editor itstnanyreadc- os k G Lra tSffQr6ttnt- horn and that I sill enjoytread ing The News jnore than over because it seems better every issue DK KINO I Kentucky News Notes Will Spencer who lives on Gil more creek Wolfe county about three miles from Leo City was shot by an unknown man last Fri day morning Spencer got up just before daylight built a fire and then stepped out at the door when a man fired a pistol at him the bullet striking him in the hip and lodging in the other hip Assistant State Fire Marshal Terhune was atUampton last week for the purpose of investigating the burning of the Combs Hotel at that place several weeks ago which is said to have been the work of incendiaries He had about fifteen persons summoned to appear before him A special from Campton to the Lexington Leader says A num ber of persons who own houses in this city to rent have received no ticcslDniledat this place signed Citizens of Campton stating that unless they remove parties of unquestionable character and per sons who are reported to be run ning1 blind tjgcrs1 that thotomld Sngs will be destroyed by dyna mite They are given ten days to comply There is no clue to the writer of the notes and the own ers of the property are consider ably worried as several of their tenants have paid rent for several months in adrancc IL S HcnalevJand Albert Paw ley while wrecking the old residence of the lute Nathan Ross on a farm now own d by Hcnsley in GarrRt county near Paint Lick found 25500 in United States coin between 3000 and 5000 worth of diamonds a large re volver and pouch Confederate money beneath a large hearthstone in what was the sitting room of the Ross family The rich find was securely wrapped ina largo tin box Hensley a native of Harlan county recently purchased the farm The treasures are thought to have ben placed be neath the hearth during the Civil War 11- a 1 Guage Squirrel liafl is very sick and Dr Hoge of Camp Christy is waiting on him Farish Pntton has returned from Korea where he has been attending school Born to Henry Eldridge and wife on February 26 a boy Floyd Craft made a business trip to town the first of the week Kenio lIens Icy sold one hundred bushels of corn to John and Jim Blanton Charles Row and family are jr paring to go west in about two weeks Chenoweec AlfscurrJed liy Uncle Sam legit uetlc3 Rev James Madden preached to a large congregation here last Saturday and Sunday Mrs George Cundiff was the guest of Robqrt Cundiu and wife Saturday and SundayShrn Kilburn and wife visited John Belcher and wife Gibbs enter tained the boys and girls with a dance Saturday nightsses Nora and Mary Kilburn spent Saturday anti Sunday with Mrs Sa rah GibbsMrs Sarah Gibbs and James Gross of War Creek and Clarence Madden of Still water visited Sim Kilburn andc wife Saturday and Sunda- yStevenson Harlan Chapman bought a horse last week for 115ltiley Row came near getting drowned last week by falling into his mill pond John Bnck was at Clay Hole on busincsslastSaturdayMissL- izzie Row and Clifton Back are attending school at Rousseau Clemons L M Clemons caught a whistle hog last week by his dog treeing isap alnrgechestnuttreeFloyd- Napier has rented Bill Millers farm and 1ms inovedtoHtandnill WIssome creekTohn Wilson ofJ Smith Branch is moving here on a part of the Hargis farmTorn McIntosh of Larabric passed here I Monday en route for home I Lewis Napier is building a house I on C J Littles farm and is going I to move in it Marion Clemons i of Smith Branch passed here the I first of the week on his way homo I from Quicksand where he had been buying furs Ned Edward Turner is building a ratproof crib Z II Miller is erecting a new dwelling on his farm near John NeacesJolin II Combs has enlarged his lawn and seeded it with bluegrass seed Jeremiah Combs postmaster at Ned has recovered from his low condition with la grippe Born to the wife of II S Noble a son Born to the wife of S II Combs a daughter John II Combs Elias Mullens and James Neaco will meet the people at or near Ance Hays to hold religious services on the fourth Sunday in March John 11 Combs and Elias Mullens will meet the people at Hazard the first Saturday in April Mrs E P Landrum of Lost Creek was visiting friends here the first of the week Arch Snowden of Lee county was hero the first of the week as a juror in the Federal court Isom Terry of Turkey was vis isting his sister Mrs Robert Mc Daniel the first of the week James L Stidhara has been quite sick for several days but willsoon be able to be out again Sam Davidson has been perform fug the duties of marshal during the time In the Republican Senatorial convention held hero lust Saturday A II Patton of this place re ceived the instructions of this county for the nomination for Senator from this the 34th Senatorial district Wo understand that Wolfe and Owsley counties also instructed for him which secures I his nominations The general con vention meets at West Liberty to morrow Starch Oth a C 1i 7 I The Largest Circulation LOF ANYPAPER IN THIS SECTION Number LETTER Represent SundiiyJames c jl r Royail BaKinf Powder Absolutely Pun Renders the foodmore wholesome and superior in lightness and flavor The only baking powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar i Hazel Green Wolfe Co E B Haddix of San field was in town last week on business Logan Lindon of Gjlmore was hero Friday on business Andy Centers of Bclknap was here a few days ago on business Samuel Cecil visited relatives and friends at Ezcl Sunday Ells worth Lacy and family will leave for Illinois this week to make their future homo Curtis Walters of South Liberty Howard Stamper Jf Cnmptou and Joseph Stamper of Grassy were hero lost week George Johnson made a business trip to Neola last weekJTr- aylor Day is having considerable work done which is giving employment to many persons in town SKIDOO Noland Estill County Mrs Mary E Cox of Panolo is going to have a sale the 6th of March She is preparing to go to Nebraska Several of the boys left this place Friday for Illinois Leslie Walton and G O Winkler are preparing to go to Nebr sliuth05thof March J lliPeterswen toOwfllev county i recently to see his mothers family fa Miss Lynn Garrett of King i Station and Miss Ethel Warford of Richmond are guests of Jane WarfordJ A Fry is on the sick list Old Uncle Peter Rich ardson is very feeble He will be DOyears old in September S B i Garrett has returned from Hamil ton OhioJamcs French has bought a farm from John Cates for 350G C Winkler has routed his farm to Ab Cox for 110 Lizzie Walton was the guest of Humie Johnson Friday night June Warford and wife and Lynn Garrett and Ethel Warford wore guests of 0 B Garrett Fr- idayMrs R M Garrett and little boy of Irvine were visiting her son 0 B Garret last week We had a largo tide hero Tues day night Creeks were higher than they had been for some time Roy Irvine had a big working last Saturday and a dance that night Do YOU WANT TO 1O TO COLLEGE If so wo can help you Wo have already put hundreds through col lege by means of our plan Write today for full information regarding our offer of a freo scholarship in any school or college Address Robert JrSherlockv2981Eustr22d Street New York City n = 1F P CRAWFORD Prea JOHN T HINDMAN Breathitt I County Bank r INCORPORATED J JACKSONCapital 15000 IIs well prepared to transact all branches of Banking Business and solicits the accounts g of Firms Corporations Individuals and Busi j ness Men generally promising courteous con sideration and as liberal terms as are consist j ent with prudent Banking Money to Loan on Approved Security e gyy j ty sra I i No 9320 TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of Comptroller of the Currency WASHINGTON D C January 16 1909 i f IWhoroas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that Uho first yfational dank of fackson r tin the Town of Jackson in the County of Breathitt and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Statutes of the United States required to be complied with before an association shall bo authorized to commence the business of Banking lOW J FOWLER Deputy and of the Currency certify that Ujho ftrsi of facksonn in the Town of WlioroolWILLIS of Breatl nit and State of Kentucky is the business of Banking as provided in Section andsixty nine of the Revised Statutes of the tjoslimony my hand and Seal of of this sixteenth day of January 1 1DOD JSI AL WILLIS J FOWLERI Deputy and Acting Comptroller qt tbo Currency 1 rt s- y It JlJv l- A nr t- a 1 r The Breathitt News I SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCEI T WISE HAGINS EDITOR Friday March 5r I 1 Notice to Candidates rAnnouncements of candidates for oflico will bo charged for as followsFor District OfiiceL000 For n County Office 500 Except ft complimentary notice given each candidate at the timcI no announces all communications boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such communications will bo treated as purely advertising matter for which Tho News does not assume any responsibility Cash thust accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR COUNTY CLERIC I take this means of announc lug thyself as a candidate for t County Court Clerk of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic party If elected I shall regardless of party affiliations be your most obedient servant ALFRED RUSSELL A r To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for the optic Iof County Court Clerk to be voted t for at the November election 1909 v GEO W NomE iFORSHERIFF t We are authorized to announce J l ROBERT DEATON of Crockettsville as a candidatei for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo cratic party FOR JAILER We are authorized to announce WESLEY TURNER JR as candidate for Jailcrof Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party t We arc authorized to announce MIKE ROBINSON as a candidate for jtiilcr of Breath J itt county subject to the action of the Republican party Wo are authorized to announce r J II HUDSON as a candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party Wo are authorized to announce G B MALONEY as a candidate for Jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Republican party IIre are authorized to announce aYe4sr A B IIATTON ns a candidate for jailer of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party- SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS Wo are authorized to announce ED DEATONP ns a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of + Breathitt county subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce WILLIE TAYLOR ns a candidate for the edict of Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the s notion of the Democratic party I J A Stamper of St Helens I was visiting his daughter Mrs T M Davidson the first of the week t W L Childers of Gilmore was HardinIsons ert Davidson have been at her bedside for the past threo weeks Oakdale T II Back and Isubel Allen who havo been visiting friends at Jetts Creek passed here Sunday en route to Jackson Jeff Ever sole and wife of Cope Branch wore hero Sunday Dud Barger and Will Gay of Perry county t r were visiting Jeff Eversole Su- ndayIeter McIntosh and Isom Terry of Lick Branch went to i Jackson the first of the week James Palmer Peter McIntosh 1 Jr and J G Gabbard of near Jetts Creek were hero Tuesday onbu inessSallie Woods ofi Jackson has been visiting her I grandparents for several days r Misses Tilda and Ellen Bsggs vis L ited Mrs Paul Woods Monday a Bud Roberts of Turkey visited f Y2 Keen Bryant SaturdavRake lip hippy BirdImll lot us hear the news from Ji s Cr ik Holt WHITE It 1fTu rt J t I 4 TAFTSINAUGURAL ADDRESS Outlines Policy of Administration PRAISE FOR ROOSEVELT Speech Begins With Advocacy of Predecessors Reforms MANY QUESTIONS TOUGHED Incoming Presidents Ideas on Trusts and Other Matters My Fellow Citizens Any ono who takes tho oath I have Just taken must feel a heavy weight of responsibility It not he Gar no conception of the powers and duties of the oflico upon which ho Is about to enter br he Is lucking In a proper sense of the obllgn lion which the oath imposes The office of an Inaugural addivss Is W give a summary outline of the main policies of the new administration so tar as they can bo anticipated I have hnd the honor to be one of the ad visers of my distinguished predecessor and as such to bold up his bands in the reforms he has Initiated I should be untrue to myself to my promises sad to the declarations of the party platform upon which I was elected to ufllcc If I did not wake the malnte nance and enforcement of those reforms n most Important feature of my administration They were directed to tbo suppression of the lawlessness and abuses of power oJLihojFeat combina lions of capital Invested In railroads and In Industrial enterprises carrying on Interstate commerce The step which my predecessor took and the legislation passed on his recommenda tlon have accomplished much have caused a general halt in the vlciou policies which created popular alarm and bavo brought about In the busl mess affected a much higher regard for existing paw Further Action Needed To render the reforms lasting how ever and to secure at the same time freedom from alarm on the part of thoso pursuing proper and progresslvc business methods further legislative and executive action are needed Relief of tho railroads from certain re- strIctions of tho antitrust law have been urged by my predecessor and will bo urged by me On tho other hand the administration Is pledged to Icgls ntlon looking to a proper federal su pervision and restriction to prevent ex cesslve Issues of bonds and stocks by companies owning and operating inter state commerce railroads Then too a reorganization of tho department of justice of the bureau of corporations In the department of com merce and labor and of the Interstate commerce commission looking to effec the cooperation of these agencies Is needed to secure a more rapid and cer tale enforcemeut of the laws affectS lug Interstate railroads and Industrial combinations I hope to bo able to submit at the first regular session of the Incoming congress In December next definite suggestions In respect to the needed amendments to tho antitrust and the Interstate commerce law and the changes required In the executive de partments concerned In their enforcement Good and Dad Trusts- It is believed that with the changes to be recommended American busl ness can bo assured of that measure of stability and certainty In resjTect to thoso things that may be done and those that are prohibited whlcb Is essential to the life and growth ot ill business Such a plan must Include tho right of the people to avail them selves of those methods of combining capital and effort deemed necessary to reach the highest degree of economic efficiency at the same time differenti ating between combinations bused tupon legitimate economic reasons and thoso formed with the latent of creat- Ing monopolies and artificially control ling prices Tho work of formulating Into prac tical shape such changes Is creative work of the highest order and requires all the deliberation possible In the In terval 1 believe that the amendments to be proposed are Just ns necessary lube protection of legitimate business as In the clinching of the reforms which properly bear the name of my prede cessor Revision of the Tariff A matter of most pressing Impor once Is the revision of the tariff In iccordimcu with the promises of the platform upon which I was elected 1 hall call congress Into extra session to meet on the 15th day of March In order that consideration may be at ouco given to a bill revising the Ding ley net This should secure all ade quate revenue and adjust the duties In such a manner as to afford to labor and to nil Industries In this country whether of the farm mine or factory protection by tariff equal to tine differ ence between the cost of production broad and the cost of production here and hove a provision which shall put Into force upon executive determina Ion of cert nln faty a higher or maxi mum tariff agtliwt those countries whose trade policy lgivldy requires ItiHi iTtspilialiiutton 7t TiI thought that there Ins been such it change In conditions since the enact meat of the Dltigloy net drafted on n similarly protective principle that the measure of the tariff ubovo stated will permit the reduction of rates In certain schedules and will require the ad vancement of few If any Tho proposal to revise tine tariff made In such an authoritative way as to lend the business community to count upon It necessarily halts nil those brunches of business directly affected and as these are most Im portant It disturbs the whole business of the country It Islmporqtlvoly nec essary therefore that n tariff bill bo drawn In good faith In accordance with promises mode before tine elec limn by the party In rower and M promptly passed ns due consideration will permit Inheritance Tax Advocated- In the making of n tariff bill the prime motive Is taxation anti the securing thereby of a revenue Due largely to tine business depression which followed the financial panic of 1001 the revenue from customs awe other sources has decreased to such on extent that the expenditures for tine current fiscal year will exceed tho receipts by 100000000 It Is Impera live that such a deficit shall not con tlnue and tho framers of tho turn bill must of course have In mind tri total revenues likely to bo produced by It and so arrange the duties JIB to secure nn adequate Income Should It bo Impossible to do so by Import duties new kliula of taxation must bo adopt ed nnd among these 1 recommend n graduated Inheritance tax as correc and ns certain and easy ot collectionGovernment Economy Urged The obligation on the part of tbose rgspoaalblp tor the expenditures made c on mho government to bo nr economicalas possible and to make Ibo burden of taxation as light us pos fbe Is plain nnd should be aUlrmed In every declaration of puvcvnmput pol icy This b especially true whom we aro taco to face with n heavy deficit Rut when the desire to win the popular approval leads to the cutting off of expenditures really needed to male the government effective and to en tube U to accomplish Its proper objects the result Is ns much t9 JJv condemned as the waste of government funds In unnecessary expenditure- In the department of agriculture the use of scientific experiments on a large scale and the spread of information Jsrtypd from them for tbe Improve moot of general agriculture must go an The Importance of supervising bus ness of great railways nnd Industrial combinations and the necessary Inves tigation and prosecution of unlawful business methods are another neces nary tax upon government which did not pxlst halt a century ego Proper Forms of Expenditure Tho putting Into force of laws which shall secure the conservation of our resources so far as they may be wIth- In the jurisdiction of tho federal gov ernment Including the most Important work of saving nnd restoring our for ests and the great Improvement of waterways ore al proper government functions which must Involve large expenditure If properly performed While some of them like the reclama thou of arid lands ore made to pay for themselves others are of such an Indirect benefit that this cannot bo expected of them A permanent Im provement like the Panama canal should be treated ns n distinct enter prise and should be paid for T y the proceeds of bonds the Issue of which will distribute Its cost between tbe present and future generations In ac cordance with the benefits derived It may well bo submitted to tho serious consideration of congress whether the deepening and control of the channel of a great river system like that of the Ohio or of the Mississippi when deli nine and practical plans for the enter prlse have been approved and deter mined upon should not be provided for In the same way Then too there pre expenditures of government absolutely necessary If our country Is to maintain Its proper place among the nations of the world and Is to exercise Its proper Influence In defense of Its own trade Interests In the maintenance of traditional American policy against the colonization of Eu r penn monarchies In this hemisphere slid In the promotion of peace and in ternational morality I refer to the cost of maintaining a proper army a proper navy and suitable fortifications upon the mainland of the United States and In its dependencies The Army and Navy We should have an array so organ ized and no officered as to be capable In time of emergency In cooperation with the national militia and under the provisions of a proper national volunteer law rapidly to expand Into n force sufficient to resist all probable Invasion from abroad and to furnish a respectable expeditionary force If nee essary In the maintenance of our tin ditional American policy which bears tIll name of President Monroe Our fortifications arc yet in n state ef only partial completeness and the number of men to man them Is Insuffi cleat In a few years however the usual annual appropriations for our coast defenses both on the mainland and in tine dependencies will make them sufficient to resist all direct at tack and by that time we may mope that the men to man them will bo provided us a necessary adjunct The distance of our shores from Europe and Asia of course reduces the necessity for maintaining underarms a great army but It does not take away the requirement of mere prudence that we should have an army suffi ciently large and so constituted as to form a nucleus out of which a suitable tome can quickly grow What has been said of the army may bo affirmed In even a more em phatic wayHof the navy A modern navy cannot be Improvised It must be built and In existence whciwjho emergency arises which calls for Its use and operation My distinguished predecessor has In many speeches and messages set out with great force and striking language the necessity for maintaining a strong navy commensu thegovernrentalf our nation arid I wish to reiterate r all the reasons vhfih tie lias presented In favor of the policy of maintaining n strong navy as the best conservator of our peace with other nations nnd the best means of securing respect for the assertion of cur rights the defense of our Interests and the exercise of our Influence In international mutters Must Arm as Other Nations Do Our International policy Is always tnI promote pence We shall enter Into any war with n full consciousness ofI the uwful consequences that It always entails whether successful or not nnd we of course BlfilL make every effort tonslstcnt with ilational honor nnd tho highest national Interest to avoid n resort to arms We favor every Instru mentality like t at of The Hague trl buiml and nrbl atlotr treaties made with n view to la use In all Interna tional controven sln order to main tain pence anti t ntcld war Hut we should bo blind existing conditions and should alto Ourselves to become foolish Idealist tiwe did not realize that with all tI Atunas of the world armed uud Ilrcp for war wo must be ourselves In similar condition In order to proven other nations from taking advantage if us and of our In ability to defend ur Interests anti as sert our rights Flth a strong hand Iii the lutPrnatlu II controversies that are likely to nrls In tho orient grow ing out of tin question of the door and other Iseuus thin United States ca maintain her interests Intact und c n secure respect ton her Just demam i Hhe will nut be able to do no ho veer It It Is under stool that she npver Intends to back up her assertion of right and her de tense of her Interest by anything but more verbal pnAcst and diplomatic uplp her help rtIIII1JIft tim expenses of the and navy and of coast de fenses Biiould always be considered as something which the government must Pfiy for III t nhouHl nut bo cut off through mere consideration pf econ only Our government is able to af ford a suitable army nod a suitable tWY It tiny maintain them without tho slightest hanger to the republic or tho cause of tree Institutions and fear of additional taxation ought not to change a proper policy In this regard Protection For Our Citizens Abroad The policy of the Untied States In the Spanish war and since has given It a potion pf nnueucp among the nations that It Mover had before and ihould be constantly exerted to recur ing to Its bonn Ode citizens whether native or naturalized respect for them as such In foreign countries We should make every tffort to prevent humiliating and degrading prohibition against any of our cltuons wishing temporarily to sojourn In foreign coun tries because of race or religion The Japanese Question Tho admission of Aalatfc Immigrants who cannot be amalgamated with our population has boon niadp tho subject cither pf prohibitory clauses In our treaties and statutes or of strict nd mlnlstrntlve regulation secured by dip lomatic negotiations I ntncerely hope that wo may continue to minimize the evils likely to arise from such Immi gration without unnecessary friction mind by mutual concessions between self respecting governments Mean time we unlit take every precaution to prevent or falling that to punish outbursts of racofeHIng among our lied lie against foreigners of whatever na tionality who have by our grant n treaty rljjht to pursue lawful business here rind to be protected against law less assault or Injury This lends me to point out a serious defect In tile present federal Jurisdic lion which ought to bo remedied nt once Having assured to other countries by treaty the protection of our laws for such of their subjects or citi zens ns we permit to come within our lurlsdlctlon we now leave to a state or a city not under the control of tine federal government the duty of performing our International obligation In this respect By proper legislation wo may and ought to place In tho hands of the federal executive tho means of enforcing the treaty rights of such aliens In the courts of the federal government It puts our government In n pusillanimous position to make definite engagements to protect aliens and then to excuse tho failure to per form thoso engagements by nn expla nation that tho duly to keep them Is In states or climes not within our control If we would promise wo must put ourselves In a position to perform our promise We cannot permit the possi ble failure of justice due to local preju dice in may state or municipal govern nent to expose us to the risk of a war which might be avoided It federal Jurisdiction was asserted by suitable legislation by congress antI carried out by proper proceedings Instituted by the executive In the courts of the na tlonal government Monetary Laws Need Change Ono of the reforms to bo carried out during the Incoming administration Is a change of our monetary and banking laws so as to secure greater elasticity In the forms of currency available for trade und to prevent the limitations of law from operating to Increase the em barrassments of a financial panic The monetary commission lately appointed Is giving full consideration to existing conditions and to nil proposed reme dies and will doubtless suggest one that Will meet the requirements of business inn of public Interest We may hope that time report will embody neither tho narrow view of thosq who believe that the solo pnrposo of tho new system should be to secure n large return on banking t r those who would have greater e nnslon of currency I with little regnn to provisions for Its immediate redemption or ultimate se unity There Is no subject of econom ic discussion so Intricate and so likely to evoke differing views und dogmatic statements as this one Tine commis in studying tine general Influence ISlon on business nnd of bust ness on currency have wisely extended their Investigations In European banking and monetary methods The Information that they have derived from such experts as they have found abroad will undoubtedly be found helpful In the solution of the difficult problem they have In hand Favors Postal Savings Bank Tire Incoming congress should promptly fulfill the promise of the Re publican pldtfonq mind pass n proper postal savings brink bill It will not Us uaylas oc escosslyjis j alernalJaui W Till profnfsit lo repay Dy Ifie govern merit will furnish nn Inducement to savings deposits which private enter prise cannot supply and at such a low rate of Interest as not to withdraw custom from existing banks It will substantially Increase tho funds avail able for Investment ns capital In use ful enterprises It will furnish the absolute security which makes tho proposed scheme of government guaranty of deposits so alluring without Its pernicious results I Ship Subsidies Advocated I sincerely hope that line Incoming congress will be alive ns It should be to the Importance of our foreign trade and of encouraging It In every way feasible Tho possibility of Increasing this trade In the orient in tine Philip pines and In South America Is known to every one who has given line matter attention The direct effect of free trade between this country nnd tire Philippines will be marked upon our sale of cottons agricultural machinery and other manufactures Tire necessi ty of the establishment of direct pines of steamers between North and South America inns been brought to tine at tention of congress by my predecessor nnd by Mr Root before and after his noteworthy visit to that continent and I sincerely hope that congress may be Induced to sec the wisdom of a tenta tive effort to establish such lines by the UFO of ninth subsidies Time Importance which the depart ment of agriculture and of commerce and tabor may play In riddling the markets of Europe of prohibitions uml discriminations against the Importa tion of our products Is fully uniler Btocd and It Is hoped that use of tho maximum mid minimum feature of our tariff law to be soon passed will be effective to remove ninny of those restrictions teck Canal plan Defended The Panama rand will have a most lniportant bearing upon tho tniUo ho tween HIP eastern and thp far west pro Kevtlons of our country and will greatly lucrvaso t4e facilities far transportation between the eastern nnd the western seaboard and may possibly revolutionize the Jjnnscontl mental rites with respect io bulky mer chandise It will also have n must ben tlclal effect to Increase the trade between the eastern lIe Olm of tinu Vlllted Ptqtttt and the western coast of South America mind indeed with some of the Important ports of the cast coast of South America reached by rail from the west coast The work on the canal Is making most e1 Ufactory progress Tjp type of the pnnal nx it lock canal was mixed by congress after a full consideration of the conflicting retorts of the majority and minority of the consulting board and nfler the recommendation of tlu war department and the executive upon those reports Recent suggestion hint something had occurred on the Hthrnus to make tine lock type of thp canal less feasible than It wqs sup posed to be When the reports were made and tho policy determined on led to a visit to tine Isthmus of a board of competent engineers to exam ine the Gntun dam and locks winch are the key of the lock typr The re tort of that hoard shows that nothing inns occurred in tho nature of newly revealed evidence which should change Ihci4awa once formed In the original discussion The construction will go an under a most effective organization pPlitrollcd by Colonel Hocthnls and his fellow army engineers associated with him and will certainly be completed eiwlyln the next ndmlnUtrntlon If not 1 tore Some tIC of canal must bo con itructcd lock typo has been se heeled We are all In favor of having It built as promptly as possible We must not now therefore keep up n fire In tho rear of the agents whom we Imvp authorized to do our work on the Isthmus We must hold up there hands and speaking for the Incoming Ulmlnlstrntlou I wish to say that 1 propose to devote all the energy pOSH I Dlo and under my control to the push ins of this work on the plans which paten been adopted and to stand behind the men who are doing faithful hard Work to bring about the curly comple thou of tills tine greatest constructive enterprise of modern times Tree Trade With Philippines Time governments of our detcnden vies In Porto Itlco and tine Philippines are progressing as favorably m could be desired The prosperity of Iorto Itleo continues unabated The busi ness conditions In the Philippines lire not all that we could wish them to be tarllrIwith such limitations In sugar und tobacco as shall prevent Injury to the IlrulluctsI countryInlldernment In each dependency Is uphold I ing the traditions of civil liberty and Increasing popular control which might j bo expected under American ausplces The work which wo are doling there redounds to our credit as a nnllon Words of Friendship For the South I look forward with hope to Increas ing the already gocd feeling between the south and the other sections of the country My chief purpose Is not to effect n change In tine electoral vote of the southern states That Is a second ary consideration What I look for ward to Is an Increase In the tolerance Of political views of all kinds nnd their advocacy throughout the south and the existence of a respectable political opposition In every stateeven more than than this to an Increased feeling on tho part of nil tho people In tho south that this government Is their government and that Its officers in their states are their officerllIThe Negro Question The consideration of this question cannot however bo complete and lull without reference to time negro race Its progress and Its present condition Tho thirteenth amendment secured them freedom tho fourteenth amend ment due process of law protection of property nnd the pursuit of happi peas and the fifteenth amendment at tempted to secure tho negro against any deprivation of the privilege to vote because bo wins a negro Tho thirteenth and fourteenth amend meals have been tenrllU1nfolf I and have secured fire objects for whlrh they were intended While tho fit teenth amendment has not been genet ally observed In the past It ought to bo observed and the tendency of southern legislation today Is toward the enactment of electoral qualifica lions which shall square with that amendmentNo L of Fifteenth Amendment I Of course the mere adoption of nIconstitutional law is only ono step tlllrlYJand preelltIexclude from voting both negroes and whites not having education or other liiitlllcatlous thought to be necessary for u proper electorate Tine ilalfgur of the control of nn Ignorant electorate ma therefore passed With this change the Interest which ninny ot the south ern white citizens take In the welfare of tine negroes Inns Increased The cof ored mien must base their hope on ling results of their own Industry self re straint thrift and business success as well as upon the aid and comfort and sympathy which they may receive trout their white neighbors of tho south There was n time when north uelJIOter conditions sought to give to hllllI tltu suffrage ns a protection and to on llrwlIlIIII went proved In ho a failure What ro nuu U Iho fifteenth amendment to lint constitution ninth tine right to have tatutes of states specifying qualifica lions for electors subjected to the test of compliance vlth that amendment rLte U n great protection to tine negro It never will bo repealed anti It never ought to llC repeated If It limit not been passed It might bo difficult now to adopt It but with It In OUt fundn mental law Ibo policy of southern leg Isatlou must and will tend to obey It apl go long ns tho statutes of the states meet the test of this amend ment and aro not othcrwls In con flUt with tho constitution mind laws of the United States It Is not the 111111011- 1tlOII or within thp 1 ravlura of the fed oral government to Interfere with the regulation by outhern slates of their domestic affairs Nero Is Now American There U In tho south u stronger frrl lunL luau ever among the Intelligent well to do element In favor of line Industrial education of the negro nUll the encouragement of tho race to make themselves useful members of tho community The intgrcM which the negro has mode In the last fifty years from slavery when its statistics are reviewed Is mnrvcl our and It furnishes every roA on to hope that In the next twentyflvo years n Ktlll greater Improvement In bin con dlllPn us M productive member of so ciety on tine farm mind In the shop annul III other occupations may come The negroes nre now Americana Their ancestors crime here years ago ngnliwt their will and thlll Is their only coun try anal their only flag They have shorn themselves anxious to lire for It nnd to die for It Encountering tho rare feeling against them subjected nt times to cruel Injustice growing oat of It they may well havo our profound tympathy anal aid lu the struggle they are making We are charged with the stirred duty of making their path ns smooth nnd way MS wIt coo Any recognition of their distinguished men any appointment to oflico from among their number la properly taken as an encouragement and an appreciation of their progress nnd this just policy shall be pursued The Appointment of Negroes I lint It may well admit of doubt whether In case of any race an ap pointment of one of their number to n local office lu n community In which tho race feeling Is so widespread and acute ns to Interfere with the ease and facility with which tho local govern ment business can bo duce by the np potntcc Is of sufficient bcncilt by way of encouragement to the race to out weigh the recurrence mud Increase of race feeling which such an appoint ment Is likely to engender Therefore the pxcutlvo In recognizing the negro race by npHlntmcnts must exercise a careful discretion not thereby to do It more harm than good On tho other hand we must bo careful not to on courage tho mere pretense of race feel ing manufactured In tho Interest of In dlvldual political ambition No Race Feeling In Whlto House Personally I have not the slightest race prejudice or feeling mad recogni lion of Its existence only awoken In lily heart n deeper sympathy for those who have to bear It or suffer from It nail I question tho wisdom of u policy which Is likely to Increase IL Moan tune If nothing U done to prevent n better feeling between tint negroes and the whltOH In the south will continuo to grow mind mum and more of tho white pooplo will come to realize that mho future of tho south Is to be much benefited by tilt Industrial and Intel lectual progress of tho negro The exercise or political franchises by those of its race who sure intelligent and well to do will be acquiesced In nnd onlyfromboth races The Labor Question Thero la ono other matter to which I shall refer It was monde the subject of great controversy during mho dice lion and calls for nt least n passing reference now My distinguished predecessor has given much attention to tho cause of labor with whoso strug glc for butter timings ho has shown tho sIncerest sympathy At his Instance congress has passed the bill fixing the liability of Interstate carriers to their employees for Injury sustained In tho course of employment nbollshlng the rule of fellow servant nnd thotlmmon lIellIgencgalldrule of comparative negligence It has also passed a law fixing tho compen satlon of government employees for injuries sustained In tho employ of tho government through tho negligence of the superior I It also passed a model child labor law for tho District of Co lumbia In previous administrations commercosafetydoIItRI r- I t employees of Interstate railroads hnl1Ibeen passed Additional legislation fcougrcRII wish to say that In so tar an I cnii I I hope to promote thin enactment of further legislation of this character II nm strongly convinced that time gov ornment should make Itself as respon sible to employees Injured In Its em ploy as an Interstate railway corpora lieu Is mndo responsible by federal law to its employees nnd I shall bo glad whenever any additional reasona ble safety device can be Invented to reduce the loss of llfo and limb among railway employees to urge congress to require Its adoption by Interstate railwayst f- Use of Injunctions Necessary Another labor question hare arisen winch has uwakencd tluvriost excited discussion That U In respect to time power of the federal courts to Issue iInjunctions In Industrial disputes As to that my convictions tire fixed Takeaway from courts If It could be taken nwily the laver to Issue Injunction In labor disputes nud It would create a privileged class among the laborers nUll save tho lawless among their aunt for from n most needful remedy avail ruble to all men for the protection of their business against lawless Invasion Tine proposition that business Is tot a property or pecuniary right which can bo protected by equitable Injunction Ix utterly without foundation In pace dent or reason Tire proposition Is 4 usually linked with ono to make the secondary boycott lawful Such n irtipiisltloii Is nt variance with the American Instinct ninth will find no tupport In my Judgment when submit ted to tho American iwopl Tho see omlnry boycott ID an Instrument of tyranny annul ought not to be made legitimate Tho Unulng of n temporary restrain tug order without notice has In several Initnncca been abused by Its Incon siderate exercise find to remedy thus tho platform upon which I was elect ed recommends tho formulation In n statute of tho conditions under which such a tfinjKirary restraining order ought to Issue A statute can nml ought to be framed to embody the best modern practice riul can bring the sum tfcourtunlikely In tine fit tun American pto pic Ir t witlerstand them Insist that the authority of the courts shall bo sustained ard are opposed to any Imngo In the procedure by which thoJpuwrrs of n court may IMJ weakened nnd tho tenrlcnsr suit effective odmtni litrnllon of Justlro Iw Interfered with Having thus reviewed the questions likely to recur during my mlmtnlstm lion nnd having expressed In a aunt ninny way the position which 1 fXJlCt- to take In recommendation to eon mess and In my conduct nn an execu tire I unyoke he connldernto ayn1 mthy and support of my fellow cttlj erj mid the aid of Almighty nod In Iho discharge of tuy responsible duties Whats that piece cf cord tied round your finger fort My wlfo put It there to remind mo to post A letter mud did you post tho letter she- gave your No she forgot to give It to me London Mall Eggs for Hatching Prom pure bred Single Comb Brown Leghorn and Rose Comb Rhode Island liedChickens Guar nntvcd toc fresh and fertile Call on or write Minerva L Iln gins Jackson Ky e MASS CONVENTION May 1 to Nominate Can didates for the County Offices The Itrpublicnns of Drcnlhitt t county are hereby called to meet in muss convention at tine court house in the town of Jackson on Saturday May 1 1 DOD at one oclock p in for the purpose of nominating candidates for tho arrious county offices of Breathitt county to be voted for nt the No vember election 1909 towlt County Judge County Attor nay Sheriff Jailer Circuit Court Clerk County Court Clerk Super intendent of Common Schools Assessor Coroner nnd County Surveyor All known Republicans and all persons who nfliliatcd and voted the Republican ticket at the regu i lar November election 1908 and all persons who will aflilialo with said party at said election are en conventionI3yFebruary 15 1909 J It MoLiN Chairman W S loan Secretary Engines Boilers and Sawmill outfits of highest quality on rear sonable terms nnd at a living price can bo had of Tho Husscll Co of Louisville Ky Write for Catalogue nor call on II P Stev ens Jackson Ky Dr C L Peyton Dentist Jackson Ky Has given relief to many hun dreds of people mind convinced them his methods arc not only sat pricri1 sup n very high class of work Light years experience enables mo to strictly guarantee my work J One price to alljBest Gold Best Set Teeth800 fu Fillings Oc and 75c 1 Cleaning 75cExtr-acting 25c Oflico entrance Pattons Hall 7 on Broadway between FJuuILecsv store and Reliance Ding Co r eezTi trl It ftfr The Breathitt New J WISH HAG INS EDITOR t SH SUBSCRIPTIONS L A YEAR IMiblUlitMl t I Irlilay You can get Armours best BoofII of111 Itcuris Mrs J K Lang who has been quite sick for tho past week hns about recover- Green Huddix wentlo lxfnu ton Thursday to replenish his stock of groceries The Breuthitt County Hank hn a new ud in this issue which the invite you to road Born to Mr and Mrs Price Sowell on February 27 n boy weight ten pounds Dr C H Dickson ban mocd int the Presbyterian pursonag on cast Main street William Bolin moved his famil to Lexington Tuesday where he bus secured a position Christine daughter of Charlo Goners who has been quite sick for several days is improving Dry salt Bacon the best cure hunts and all kinds of fresh vcge tables and fruit ntT 11 Heuris llrcclc Flinchum and 11 A Hurst made a business trip to Wilhurst this week Lumber in the air A full line of mens women and child rentf Shoes also tho famous Emery Shoe nt T II Heuris Miss Minnie Hurst loft Monday afternoon for her homo at Camp ton after n few weeks visit to her- I sister Mrs n H Kedwinc HeRd tho now Rdof the Post Shaving Parlor conducted by o Holla H Howard anti Win Hall on Broadway near Main Sam Lund rum has sold his res taurant on Court street to Miinollin Davis nnd moved back to his old pluco near Stevenson Mr Davis will continue tho business at the same stand GO WiHson has selected April 2nd as Arbor Day lie asks each boy and girl in the State to plant nt least one treo and thus beautify their lawns church yards and school grounds The Ohio Valley Tie Co hnlt leased the plant of the Kentucky Saw Mill Concar tho mouthof Cane Creek They will operate it in connection with their mill in South Jackson but will do most of their sawing down there where they will hR e more room Mrs Curtis Hagins returned homo Monday from Lexington whom she had accompanied her husband to the Good Samaraton Hospital at that place whero he had his leg amputated She report ed that Curt was rnpi lrccoer ing and would be home in n few days rir Miss Nell White of Irvine who had beenvisiting Miss UilTo and other friends in Jackson for the past week left Monday afternoon to visit relatives at Bowen Quito n number of social functions were given inJnor of Miss White dur ing her visit here and she was re ceived by many friends and ac quaintancesCruelty to Animals Tho Humane Society could find a good job hero in looking after somo of Undo Sums mail carriers on some of the star routes that leave this place Sonic of the horses used lire hardly able to stand up yet they arc loaded down with mail sticks and forced to go nearly forty miles a day through the deep mud Such conduct N criminal and ought to be looked after at once The German Lawyer Outfit Tbe black robo and tl J cap belong to the outfit of a lawyer In the Ger man mutroiiolls writes nn America tourist from that place and when the lawyer attains the dignity of judge the collar on his robe is changed from Bilk to Tclvet When this law pro viding for tho guard of dignity was passed the proscribed dress for lIme ticing attorneys Included n whlto neck tic Years ago this custom ceased to bo observed because as lawyers tell tae It was expensive and troublesome There Is one Judge In Berlin however who Insists on the proper dress nnd lawyers who appear before him must expect If neckties bo black to be turned away with the remark Your cravat Is too white unhhlna and Hair J returned from Africa with crisp utirly hair saId nn engineer I went bareheaded there nil winter In the brll liant Bunshlne and ns I watched m i lank greasy locks dry and kink up I began to understand why the hutless natives working around mo had such peculiar dry tightly curled hair The sun was tho cause of course Phtla aelnhtu Uulletlu wF 1 wn The Inaugural Address Wtl publish this morning the inRIlralndress of Prcsiellt Tuft ns louvered in Wuhingtc yesterday This address will bo read by moot of our subscribers before they could have received it in the daily uppers It is the to icy of The News to give all the news nil the time while it is newi Federal Court Tho Federal Court was convene hero Monday with Judge Cochran on the bench unJ Judge Tinsle U S Attorney and Clerk J C Finncll with n corps of assistant The following gentlemen compose juriesGrand Jjiry John M Snowder Jasper Campbell J M Allen Irvine Carpenter It R Uurtoi John Franklin Henry Moore Arch Snowden JatncsO Porkin John Taylor Fred Thompson Allison Hose Jasper Mullinc W B Hngins Joseph llichie and Floy Morris John M Snow en wus appointed foreman Petit Jury No 1i H Curry r C Hollon U M Fallen Wai tor Lyon Hiram Lawson Kd Dcu ton Alex Young S H Mann J M Terry Sr Joseph Herd Sam uel Holliduy und Logan Childers Petit Jury No 2A H Stan per Isaac Prysc Green Campbell A O Peyton Horatio Salycrs Green iialliduyE P Landrum Jack Howard David Cooper F P llmidricks James Neolcy nnd It J Napier Tho Grand Jury returned 31 in dictmcnto all for violations of the Internal Itevcnuo laws und wen discharged Tuesday The petit juries were also discharged Tues day evening About 3C cases were disposed of somo of which were continued Capt S G Sharp chief marshy of the district with A H Patrick Win May and Mr Horn as depu ties were present to wait on the court and right well did they dc their work Sam Shepherd chiefclerk in the marshals ollicc anti Misses J O Hoskins and Guido Hairdo stenographers were also present Wo tiara already seen enough the court to convince any one the it will be n great help to Hreathitt county and this section of the unto Circuit Court The jury in the W 11 Day case returned verdict sentencing Mr Day to one year in the poni ton tiary The Herry Turner case wiis then called and the regular jury panel being cxlmusjod and only six jurors acccptcdoy y both sides forty names were drawn from the jury wheel and the sheriff directed to summon them to appear Wctls tiesduy morning as tho Federal Court was to occupy the courthouse Monday and Tuesday The jury was completed Wednesday ind on Thursday morning returned a verdict of not guilty The case against John Abner barged with the murder of James ockrilltvas culled Tuesday by Special Judgo Holt and continued till tho 4th Monday in April and both sides admonished get rcnijy is a specie session has been called Tor that time to try that case The case against Jeff Davis charged with the murder of Drew Bush was called Thursday and Lho regular panel being exhausted without tho selection of n jury Srovcr Ulanton was agreed upon to summon the jury from by standers and the jury was completed this raorninir but the trial lad not been concluded as we go Lo press Six bars Lenox Soup for 25c at I1 II Heuris ID Our Correspondents- The correspondence from Flat vns received too late for publica 1911 this week Our correspond ints in the adjoining counties as veil as those in Hreathitt should car in mind that their communi ions should retch this oflico not Inter than Wednesday to insure publication the same week Please try und send in the im ortant happenings of your neigh borlioodRn not so many persons and neighborhood visits Taken to Irvine tail 1 Hooch Hargis was arrested by rdor of his bondsmen and return cd to tho Irvine jail Saturday He tad been in trouble several times inco his release which convinced his bondsmen and his mother ns- we understand that it would be ictterto have him confined in jail ill his trial V Ie Ps to=Banquet T The Knights of Pythias lodge of this city will confer tho rank of knight on a large class on tho I evening of March 18th nflc rII which a banquet will be given to the members of the lodge Grellt preparations are being made fhe committee having the banquet in charge propose to make it nn evel1t in the history of Jackson Jewelers Notice All persons having wntchc1 etc nt the S D Fleenor Jewelr Store for repairs will plcnso cull and get them nt once lillooutvnitl- Church NotesI Until further cetho WcI nesdny night prayer meetings will be discontinued nt tho Christie Church nnd held temporarily nt tIn homes of the church members ItovW II McClcndon of Lex ington willjmrench nt the Christin hutch next Sunday March 7th morning nnd night at the usul hours Everybody cordially in riled to attend There will bo special services at I he Haptist church Sunday oveninj Uarcti7that 7 oclock for thl young people Tho pastor will preach on Tho H YP W11f111 Kvnugelism Wo cordially invh both old and young to be present- A series of Bible studies willlw conducted nt the Hapti t church iach Tuesday evening nt 7 oclock Lho firnt dozen lessons will be in First Corinthians and the lessor or March 9th will bo First Corin Trims 110 1C Wo invite all to como und study with us Marriage Licenses The following marriage license rave been issued since our last re tort Robert Noblo and Miss Spice iVntts both of Lost Creek Anderson Gross and Miss Mug de Gilbert both of Shouldc r Undo Arthur Oaks of Klkatawa nnd hiss Laura Rowland of Jackson Sydney Hays who has boon vis ting his sister Mrs S B Slid ham several lays returned to hi homo in Minnesota Thursday Alex Carpenter performed tin lulios of doorkeeper for the Fed irul Court during its sitting here TRUSTEES SALE United States District Court lotto Eastern District of Kentucky Before Chester Gourlcy Itofcree in Bankruptcy In the matter of time Jackson Electric Hydraulic Manufactur ng Company Bankrupt Notice The undersigned Trustee will on March 29th 1909- t the hour of 1230 oclock p m- nt the front door of the court ouse in Jackson Kentucky sell 10 the highest and best bidder the rCRl tnte owned by the Jackson Electric Hydraulic Mftnufactur ng Company consisting ofa house and lot on Broadway street in Jackson located between the storehouse of John Watts Rndn ottngo residence owned by M 8 UJilight nnd ion plant in Jackson Kentuclnnd all other property owned by said company of every hnrncter nnd lescriptionincludine- I rights lIrhill appurtenances nnd franchises granted to and now njoycd by tho city of Jackson or hy the county of Hreathitt ns nn iti rely The terms of fnid sale will bo inothird cah and the balance in Rix and twelve months with prir legc to the purchaser of paying cash nnd of anticipating tho de erred notes at nny time The lurclmser will be required to give bond with good security for the deferred payments bearing interest from ditto W S Hooa Trustee ARM FOR SALE I have for sale 400 acres of good nrrn land in Leo county nenr incnstle 200 acres of it is creek IRud nnd 200 acres of it is up lime ill of it is well fenced plenty of good buildings good houses and rchnrd well watered convenient to the church nnd school and rail nad Station This place is well located in n good neighborhood nnd lots of this lund is well set in lover and grass I will sell it nil gather or will divide it into two mall farms HO its to suit theism Will tako onehalf down Rnd give time on the rest Hero iR a bargain for thoso who wish to- ybu n farm My prices will be jund bolow zero Any ono de iring any further information will write or call on JOHN D OLINGEU 010 rincastieLceCo1 y o JSI hAY CORN OATS 11 jfi Grass Seed Mill Feed Corn Meal Wool i Hides Feathers Poultry Eggs 11 t 4 Ginseng and all kinds of Country Produce =J 1 i1Bought A SP1SCIATTY Ii I t e Main Stilct Near Broadway Jackson Ky fRBYEIt JXG BOUGHT VXD SOLD FOR CASH t a arw n ar + rr r rrr- r ri L it riR1ii cir l r7 r o = = = = =It matters not whnt other Drug Firms prices are wo rare positively THK CHHALKST on everything rllrosell everything that other Drug Firms sell I i We dont claim to have special prices on one or a few things but w 7eto save you money on ALL articles f r Bring Your Prescription To Usrr t We will actually save you from ten cents to one dollar on r every One you bring us besides you are sure of getting the l purest and freshest drugs compounded it v kiOUR DRUGS ARE ALL NEV r t OLD DRUGS ARE NOT HUGH GOOD lt fc j r Why Can We Be the Cheapest 1 Because wo can buy drugs as cheap as others 2B m cause our expense is not more thaq onetenth as much 0i j 3 because we pay cash and soil for cash rn Call for THE NEW DRUG STOKE and insist on finding it j RELIANCE DRUG COml13 between Tnnlbeos 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McCormick Ky I will nmlro monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for mo IIMISIIELYI I iJo CHAPTER IlL ROW S CATOR UlNCKW OKI A ncJUt TART AXGDCS loaned over and salted the arm of nls Intervlemtr se bore young man why arent you In polities he sal t Too busy senator replied Haines Ecsldes I like the newspaper game Gamer queried Langdon Oli I use the word in a general sense senator replied IIalnes Prct ty much everything Is a gamesocle ty politics newspaper work business of every sort Men and women make moves to meet the moves of other men nnd women Why even in rell glon tho way some people play a The speaker was Interrupted by the appearance of Hope Georgia who was searching for her father Stay here and listen to what n hard task your old father has got said the Mlselsalpplan to his daughter wbotr be presented to Bathes with a pictur csque flourish reminiscent of the pride and chivalry of the old south He hat the Idea that those New Yorkers who read his paper would actually like to know something about me Hopo Georgia stole many glances at i tho reporter as he talked with her tar thcr lie made a deep Impression on her young mind She had spent almost all her life on the plantation her fa tber providing her with a private tu tor instead of sending her to boarding 1 S school where her elder slater had beer educated Owing to the death of he- rr mother the planter had desired to keep Hope Georgia at homo for companion ship This good looking clean cut well built young man who was taking no big and so active a part of the worlds work brought to her the at- mospherer that her spirit craved He gave one an impression of ability of earnestness of sincerity and she was glad that her father approved of him Hope Georgia by the same teken did not eeoxpe the Attentlou of the In r terviewer Her appealing charm 61 I taco and figure was accentuated by her daintiness nnd a fleeting sugges lion of uulvcto in poise and expression when she was amused His first glance revealed to Haines that her eyes were gray the gray that people say indicates the possessor to have those priceless qualities tho qualities that make the sweetest women true that make the maidens eyes In truth the windows of her soul the qualities that make women womanly She sat close to her father her hand In bla listening Intently to the unfold lag of a story of what to her was a I mysterious world the mans world thostronimans worldwhich many a woman would give her all to enter and play a part therein What else have you against a po lltlcal career Mr Haloes went on tho senator taking up their conver Ballon Well my age for one thing I havent any gray hairs I Langdon waved this objection aside I might arrange to pool ages with you Sometimes I think wo want young men in politics like you The reporter shook his bead r Old in age and young in politics like you Senator don he replied Politics I sometimes think is pure Lypocrlsy rind sometimes something worse A man gets disgusted with the trickery and dishonesty and corrup 4 tion Then drawled Lan oo the thing to do is to Jump In and stop Itl I read in tho newspapers a great deal about corruption The gentlemen In national politics whom I have had the honor of knowingSenator Moseley an Intimate friend of thirty years my I present colleague Senator Stevens and others have been as honest as the day w Is long But the days do get short In November when congress meets dont 2 they laughed Haines rising Im afraid Ive taken too much of your time and I seem to have talked a lot Langdon was amused r look like Id been Interviewing I tDocreckon each one of us has got good notion of what the other I andf4t osition to make to you They toll me 11Uneed a secretary Now I think 1 Just such a young man as you I dont know Just exactly what the work would be or what the financial nr rangements should be but I think you and I would make a pretty good team 1 wish youd come He turned to his daughter with a smile What do you s think of that Hope Georgia 7 Isnt your dad right Smiling her approval tho young girl squeezed her fathers hand iu her en thuslasm ft I think Its a splendid idea dad I Just great Wont you come Mr r WonCIOU come Sir Ualnat Ualues Weeh1I know my fa then would like to have you As be stood before hU two new I r found friends for such Haines now IgA81IIBad4hs411vl L4A4jl41i- I r siL oi daUgMerhe ouT nor suppress feel- Ings of surprise tinged with uncertain ty He had like other newspaper men received offers of employment from politicians who desired to increase their Influence with the press Sometimes the salary offered had been large the work so light that the reporter could earn the money and yet retain his newspaper position a scantily dis guised species of bribery which had wrecked the careers of several promis ing young reporters well known to Haines young men who hud been thus led Into selling their columns by nnIscrupulous machine dictators Hainan knew that the Mississippian had no ulterior purpose to serve In his I offer yet be must have time to think over the proposal I thank you senator he finally I said I appreciate the opportunity coming from you but Ive never I thought of giving up the newspaper profession Its a fascinating carlOlIone that I am too fond of to Langdon started to reply when a lightfully modulated southern voice In terrupted Father Ive been out with Mrs Spangler to look for some other rooms 1 dont like this hotel and I fouud some that I do like Ualnes turned to see a handsomely gowned young woman who bad the stamp of a patricians daughter In her bearing and hit countenance bra nette with delicate features though determination shone In her eyes and appeared In the self contained her bead She was the Imperious of beauty and suggested to UainoertrpeI dry point etchings of Paul Belles instinctively conceived her to be Intensely ambitious and of this Unlace was soon to have unexpected evidence Gazing at her with a sense of a grow ing admiration Haloes gave an Involuntary start as Senator Langdon spokeMy daughter Miss Carolina Lang don Mr Haines said the senator Carolina was interested Are you the newspaper man who is Interviewing father I hope youll do- a nice one We want him to be a successful and popular senator Wed like to help him If we could The correspondent bowed- I should say you certainly would help him to be a popular senator he declared emphatically falling to notice that Hope Georgia was somewhat an noyed at the enthusiasm displayed over her elder sister In fact Hope Georgia was suffering a partial If not total eclipseIm leaving It to Mr Haloes to put down the things I ought to say broke In the senator He knows Yesibe knows everything about Washington Carolina exclaimed Ho Georgia spiritedly The older girl spoke eagerly- I I wish youd interview me Mr I Halnes Ask me how I like Washington j I feel as though J must tell some I one Just bow much I do like 1tl It Is too wonderful Id like mighty well to interview you Miss Langdon enthusiastically exclaimed Haines I hope you will some time Mr Unlace remarked Carolina as she said good by Watching her as she turned away flames saw her extend a warm greet 1 hope jouU do a nice one Ing to Congressman Charles Norton who had advanced toward the group Strange how the Langdons treat him as a friend Intimate one too he thought What If they should learn ot Nortons questionable operations at the capitol of his connection with two unsavory deals one of which resulted in an amendment of the pure food law so that manufacturers of a value I loss consumption cure could continue to mislead the victims of the white i plague Norton who had uttered an I epigram now celebrated in the taprooms of Washington The paths of glory lead hut to the graft Miss La jdon Is very 4 beautiful and attractive sir said flames resuming with the senator Yes drawled the Misslssipplan Girls in the south generally are Well I must be going Ill think about your secretaryship Senator Langdon Perhaps 1 can find some oneWish youd think about it for your self observed the senator while Georgia again nodded approval 1 would be a hard Job There are no many matters of political detail about which I am sadly inexperienced that really most of the work would fall on the secretary Bud Ualnn paused Again be thought over Langdons offer Its genuineness appealed to him Suddenly there dawned oo him an Idea of Just what It might mean to be associated with thin honest old citizen who had asked for his help rbo needed It as Haines knew only too welL He would be the senators guide And confidanthie ad- visor In big matters Why ho would practically be United States senator himself He knew the inside as tow others in Washington Here was a chance to match his wit against that of Peabody the loss of the senate a chance to spoil some of the dishonest schemes of those who were adroitly playing the game He could bother too the Intriguing members of the third house as the lobbyists are called Ue could direct a lightning bolt Into the camp of Andy Corrigan who claimed the honor of being speaker of the third house These thoughts crowded Into his mind Then too Jp would bgcbme practically 3 1 p r rr c A 4 f A GENTLEMAN T4 IM bBY THOMAS A ISE Nwttiiad frooi tho play lay JPachriieliRDooe bs eft cenTl lllMlMAwmember of the tanT don family and- harp association with Use two charm ing daughters with Carolina Lang donIt would be a great chance he murmured half aloud nut thing to being a senator The old Mississippian heard the young mans words I reckon It would ho drawled In agreement Tau feel tar you want me urged the other Langdon chuckled saidIto decision Ive thought It over senator and it 17tall to a gnat chance C n every trai t m accept Seems to me It will be a great chance M very way 1U accept Well fix It up tomorrow and Ill try to make you a goal secretary Langdon held forth his hand And Ill try to make you a IfQOdi eedator my boy Fix up inoipow Your duties begin tonight Sou are to come to dinner with me and my daughters CHAPTER IS A rtKW stag 01 1X UTU PASTtiBIUni HB combination of the forces ot Langdon and Haines did not T find muck favor among the powers that areat the capital Senator laiabody peremptorily demand ed an explanation from Stevens as to holy he had allowed his senator to engage as his secretary this Inqulsl tiN man flames a reporter Who dldn1 know his place Here weve put Langdon on naval Affairs because we knew he didnt ut flerstand what going on and YOU Stevens supposed to be the finished product of the political mill you fall manpetrhom nobody can one knows the Inside workings of Wash Ington and who will take par ticu lsr pleasure In teaching your fellow Mh slsslpp lan tar too mnoh for our good Stevens reply to effect that probably Haines would consent to be Ink en care or If judiciously approached Was derided by the observant Pea- I body A young reformer grows tat on notoriety he laughed and think what a scandal he would have for his newspaper If wo took a chance on din closing our haud to him No no tJte vuns wo must have trim watched and try to discredit him In some way Per hays we can watt Langdon believe that his secretary Is dishonest Oongressmap Norton was another knan who was XUwnayed at the forma tldn of the firm gf Langdon and Rains Young Randolph too could not forget the defeat and humiliation be had pro vl lSlr suffered at Halnc hands and grew more better an the reporters In flutnco over his father grew stronger But nalnes most effective enemy hat artiep in the person he would be the unceastnbe hid come to cherish And possibly it Was not all her own fault that Cnro linn LTncdon had enlisted her services subtle nnd quite overwhelming owing to IInln ir fervent worship of her ngalnst the secretary Perhaps the so clal system of which she had become a putt la Weblngtoii had something to do with the craving to became it loadei In that fascinating world whose far lUng variety and Infinite diversion somed to Oil her soul with all that It yearned for Love she had for she Congresstaansite had confessed to hits and gradu ally she came to work desperately Halnes who she had been convinced by Norton and Randolph would prove a stumbling block to them to her father to herself In her career atlbe capital If his Influence over the ortCarolina Langdon was most amiable to thfr secretary encouraged him In his attentions to her led him surely into feer txjwer Norton haying prevailed on eto keep the knowledge of their to gag mont secret from every one even Lot father The days and nights became filled with Imprtant work t9r Senator Lang don and his secretary Together they went over the important measures outlined what appeared to be the beat co nJfof procedure and carried It into effect as far as possUIe Langdon be caine a prominent figure in the senate owing to his consistent 8pportof measures that fitted in with the public policy or what should be the public policy of the nation He had learned that the only practicable way to out wit or to with the members of the dominatingmacbins made ay be Wrfs surprised to see of members of bob the parties the only two la WashlnrtoDwasto oppose what the machine wanted with enough power to torte it to grant Blm wbat be believed the public ought to have He was de scribed by some of the hidebound In siders on Capitol bill as the only l sjnx UiiQ Jtba k4 fought the mar- i r t 1 cblne ln ibfrty years I I At the home h uid later established theIseen a c knownII crowd which Avd was admitted to be soniewbatjifsWAClnr when It final- lyI prevailed a president to take over 11000 post slots from the np polnUneot class Ind put them under the control of thvlvll service commis lion resulting ll the necessity of a competitive ex nation for these postmasters instead of their securing positions throug political favoritism Those who did not know Lnngdon Intimately suggested that this fellow ought to be tan care of What in Gods name does he want A commit chairmanship ambassadorship tor some Mississippi charcoal burner A couple of federal judgeships fur his friends Well whatever it Is give It to htm and get him In with the rest uslAgalntt was Peabody who had the deciding say- Theres only one thing worse ttan a young reformer and thats an old oncA be laughed bitterly at a secret conclave at his apartment In the lux urlous Louis Napoleon hotel The young one thinks he Is going to live and wants our future profits fur him self The old one thinks hell going to die and hes sore at leaving so much graft behind him Heads nnd hearts thinking and throb bang together Langdon and his secre- tary1 Ilnlnptf plodded along They had learned to lean on each other the young gaining Insplratioa from the old the old gaining strength from the young They loved each other and more than any love they trusted one another And Hope Georgia watched It all and rejoiced for she believed with all the accrued erudition of eight een years of innocent girlhood that Mr Dud Ualues was quite the fiueat specimen of young manhood this world had ever produced now could be have happened She was sure that she had never met his equal not even in that memorable week she had spent In Jackson The passing weeks taught Ilatnes that he was deeply in love with Caro tins tad though be had endeavored to keep the knowledge of this from her her wosasns Intuition had told her his secret and she stilled the momen tary regrets that flitted into her mind because she was now In the game aerself the Washington game that ensnares the woman as well as tbeI man and auks her a slave to Its fan cy No one but herself and Norton knew how deeply sho had plunged on a certain possible turn of the po litical cards She must not she could not lose If life itself were to remain of value to her and on her sway over this secretary she was told it all de pendedA that for some nnexplaln able reason frequently lodged In Halnes mind wu that of the appar ent assiduity with which Mrs Spangle cultivated Senator Langdons friend ship For several years she had occu pled a high social position at the cape tal he well knew but various Indefinite intangible rumors be bad heard be could not state exactly where had made him regret her growing intimacy with the girls and with the senator They bad met her through letters of Introduction of the most trustworthy and assuring character from people of highest social rank in Virginia where the Langdona bad many friends but ev nso Hnlnca refilled people who write Introductory letters are some times thoughtless In considering all th circumstances of the parties they in troduce and residents of Virginia wh had not been in the capital for yearn might be forgiven for not knowing of alt the more recent developments In the lives of those they knew In Wash ington While not wishing to have the senator know of his Intention the secretary determined to Investigate Mrs Spangler and her presentmode of life at his I1r opportunity hoping the while that his quest would reveal her to bo what the Langdons considered I ltera widow of wealth fashion and reserve who resided at the capital be- causeI the memories of her late hus band a former congressman of high ItIone I lions regarding important work for the lilts a trick MilI Balnet next day Values was somewhat puzzled at the pe culiar smile on the senators face Answering the secretarys look of Inquiry th- eMtsatsaipplan said Ive been told that I can name the new holder of a five thousauj dollar a year posl Oonll1 the de pertinent of commerce and labor and that if I have no on In particu mar from my state to namethat that JobIhave the position But on thinking it over It seemed there might be some thing behind it not snowing on the sur faceIts a trick said Haines Who made the offerr Senator Stevensn I mlgtyt have knows hotly re ThervI for a I me to resist did tbeyr Then be I panaZd rrubhlny t to ors tbrnlllirh Ws r OJ w 1 hair In n perplexed manner Strange isnt It senator that a man of your party Is offered this desirable piece of patronage entirely unsolicited on your part from the administration of alt other a different political party Especially when that other party has BO many hungry would be tax eaters clamoring to enter tho land of milk and honey 1 think Stevens dellbor ately Thcrc there Bud broke In Lang don you mustnt say anything against Senator Stevens to me True he asso elates with some folks I dont approve of but that doesnt necessarily mean anything wrong and I myself have al ways found him thoroughly honest Yes muttered the secretary following the senator Into the library youve always found tilm houest because you think everybodys honest but Stevens Is just the doctor who will cure you of this ailment this chroulC trustfulness llnlnw laughed softly When Pea bodys little Stevle gets through hack ing nt the prostrate body of political purity his two handed sword of polit ical corruption will need new edges Thus far neither the senatorTior hi secretary hid suspicion of any questionable GOAl In regard to the gulf naval base The rush of other events particularly the fight over the slue tion of the tariff had pushed this project tempora rely Into the back ground no far as they were con cerned though the boss of the lunate and his satellites had been losing uo tins In perfect lag tljelr plans regarding the choice of Altacoo la as the silo- Peabody and Stevens had in geniously exploited Laugdon at every possible op Dtttcr tee Senator portunlty In relation to the naval base Asked stout new developments In the committee on naval affairs the ready answer was Better see Senator lInn He knows all about the naval ibal the matter In full charge1 really know little about Ito So by biding behind the unsuspect lag old hero of Crawfordnvllle they diverted from themselves any jiosnUjle suspicion and placed where be would have to bear the brunt of the great scandal that would they well knew come out at some future time after their foul conspiracy against the nation had been consum mated after the fruits of their bo traral lad been secured What after all the schemers concluded Is the little matter of an Inves tigation among senators to guilty sen ators who deep ly versed in the law have de stroyed everTc- omlromlsIDg t hat could be admis sible as evl dence Why the senate would appoint an Investigating and investigate itself would It not when the ridiculous scandal came And what sea fangJnn Langdon document committee Anil what tenator cuuhlfctirhtrtuttft ntor would fear himself or for him whenetho blame had already been put pub simpleominded old soul who could go back to his cottou fields In Mississippi sad for get all about it strong in his Innocence even though shorn of reputation and desire to live Continuednext week He Fooltd Himself JL station master who bad been tak- Ing a short holiday at some distance from his own station went to catch the last train homeward and on enter log the station found a lady trying titurn the handle of one of the 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