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Digital page images are linked to the text file. vv rs J- ff Best Advertising Medium I IiINBREATHITT ANDADJOIWNG COUNTIES G w 4I 10ANEWBIAIEK DEVOTED TO THE lirninESTs OF EASTERN K NTuor y tONE DorLte PER YEAR ADVANCE J WISE ILAOINS Editor and Publisher y Jackson Kentucky Fmlay April 30 1909 Number 24 Volume VIII J t1 S w W1 A M j dY V o ifs f Stoiei 1 I t2 a Our Spring Stock is Now il j 1 1 Complete j f We Have a Nice Line of 1 lL Mens Boys and H I y Childrens Clothing II E E 800 and 1000 Suits Q t Vtkof i of ladies Shirts f We have a complotn stock of Shoes and Slippers t for Men Women and Childr- enOURI STOCK Notionsm fIrn + Hatn Gents Hats Dry Good f1 Clothing Carpets Trunks Yalices Oil Cloths Mattings and Lace Curtains r Thanking yon fpr ytnr past favors and hoping to 3 receive your trade for IOU1 wo runt nn- t Ei Sincerely yours g ir SI1 mfllh1 It 00mlh I rtI1 vJtr ia V 01 Bcundtd Like Flret e Some jrcanfiiKO n man banged furl tUSI 4iuat n locked tlooc In one ItI k the UPJHT corridor ot n hotel nt SImr on Rurlujn ami nhouttil Meyer My 1 It YRa n varm Bumlny nftenioou tllell1rt In thfl house mitt IutUIc strlrkeii lilrcMod Utopia rushed through till i lvjill3flililjwji the Ktnlrwayn Wlictt cause alarm was ascertained tlto proprietor told tilt nmn urhb Imo kahoulcd that If hi wished to remain IIP r x Ildti ru to call hew gnlgt Lt- ll SJa 1JM Jokx kl4vbnyrownsr I orig Will to you at j r rt f BREATHITT f 4- fY IUNTyNEW IN At e j e f err Tin Jtutl ItucU of SUCCIM lies in n clean clear bucked by will and resistless cner Such paver comes from the splendid health that In- King New Life Pills impart 1ho vitalize every rnn And build up nd body 1 A Hnrmon LtzBmoVc W Vn writesq They ire the best pillsI lever used 2ic lit Jackson Drug There la this1 dlffcrcnco bctVMjn a tailor Imdn droitmnkcr A laljofr 1 keJlaal r These suits show the artist tailor in every line scam They have won onus many former patrons of because no tailor can excel the Benjamin Style There is areason in back of it You girt the real New York style style nates bciglad r show kk indoQiitahln at 1250 1500 1800I these prices octave a great range of l r and shades and material far I to any wc have ever offered before t The fill wants WE WILL SAVE YOU MONEY y f- A 1v brain Store and UP i GOY 4- TO FIVE On lust Friday evening Oi Willson granted n pardon to w S Taylor Clmrlcn Kinleyffolit Davis llurnn VJjJtner nm John Powers eharjjctVwith beinj accessories to tho murder of Fcna for Win Jolicl in 1000 Thi leaves Youtscy the only mnn thpunished for this murder and hI is now serving n life sentence ill the penitentiary Oov V51lsor says after n careful review of the wire that he believes Ihnt Youtse1 lired the fatal shut and that Tuy lor Powers IOWltrtlet al wer not guilty of tint crJino ehawd therefore he pardoned them This ends the trials in the noto rimes Gobel murder cases of whirl soinucli has been said and written and which probably crone nearer causing a revolution than and other tiling that ever happened iti the history of the State of Ken Lucky Whether or not these men could have had a fair trial in the courts is a question as politics seemed to bo the ruling factor in all the trials that were had One thing is cer lain that there were partiain cr either side that could not hove given the otherside jastico lint we believe that they should have put themselves within the of the courts before asking for n pardon Those men interested in Vase Rail have shown the right spirit in going ahead and getting the round and putting them in such sine shape But J second thought what arrangements have been made for theladies 1 What is n Uaso hill game without the pres loco of the ladies Lets see what mnir in Jackson would not give as niuch As tnc trrantstptld for olt Jt ttlN6s wee rb Plfstt ct these tcnI ho tic wives and swrothiwr I Keep a list of tiwho rr fuse to help for fut i ferenc- or r J I Who P4 icltly Mothers who vulu oil own comfort and the wolf Ppft their children should nevoi V without abnyiof GrY I iST tt fur Children for us Bfouirhout the onson They Uf iitPlJitls- I Cure Pevprishncs J tjpation lvtiiililU and i Stomach Troubles K POW I DKllS NEVER FATMjBolil by all Irng Stores Suc7 ont ac cept any substitute i pnclc I age will bo sent free Biy moth er who will address S1 Olm sled Lo Roy N Y Ofi Notico is hereby g that lifter May 1st 1f109 the ersof tlc firm of Noble N will be Henry B Noble 4 Clarence Noble instead of tia Noble and Elijah Noble s l rQ he old members The new 1 Ibers as sinning nil of the keg nd lawfnl indebtedness of merrchandise in stock I rNonrNotlLF This epics has rc fitly added over S5000 worth Jfjiew ttrand material and tiljobprint- ing is our specinlta tie of the features of our ttec fltlitaon of material is we you circulars or wdr 4iii in perfect imitationrdlyjlerwriters 4x lti UneaplohduDnihl t1ie geag rapUcr and explorer l I hat In wet era Aila there arepon iv11lch- no European foot k i to Isato troll nor even anycan eye to bare looked Thegrt ectlnrcn lies in Arabia AluW B souttie n unit of Arabia tsuw Accorvling to native called generally IW lug of the lrildor aa leis ever cutprprt thj pcc rCttcl embraces POIHO 6 w ul It would tnko optfort4crN tat to c t = ir r H J lt You Get Your Moneys Wart s the and profitable advantage you enjoy by Purcha jg YoZngMtns or Boys Clothing at THE MODEL which is unquestionably the most popular Mens Store in Lexington Jk jWEOFFER AT VARIOUS PRICES AA DEGREE OF VALUE THAT IS UNEQUALED Benjamin Suits for Men merchantntaflors I itvhere 2000AND t MerCand Young Mens t Suitsr IAt workmanship showing superior ILet Model your rclothes WlttSON GRANTS PARDON jurisdictior do- lJnrtohpW utnetJp- lItOJ4ti I f Cifncfrcn OisorderpTneho CUANGf reportwllderneis iitur Thats Mens OUR TIUOifWyt BY lvfLBUR Ii NESBiT When a marla dlacnurnKcil then He needs 4rass and trees and sky Store than he needs fellow men Who give him sigh for sigh Needs to see Hint fortunes lUngs Havu no Inlluenva on till us Trees bnil roses In the dew Vines that chuckle Into bloom Uft Iho man thats feeling blue night out of the depths of gloom Show trim that the hand of fnto Loosens It we only wait Life has lessons for us all nut the greatest ever learned Is no nmfter what befall Things keep KrowtnR unconcerned Things that have to grow they grow In the meatiest winds that blow Lily pink or buttercup Though you crush It with your heel h In an hour IN looking up J to fwl 1UtllOWIEvrn weeds turn to the sun Just an other thlnfm that grow Ixwklnrf up for llfiht end fun And forgetting care and woe And they never look In vain Spite of driving wind and rain When a mans discouraged he fitat want folks that sympathize i3 h wins is grass and tree Aiul Hit wage of the skies TMII H that have to grow theygrow li n mntnest winds that blow loon7f T i to eU Are6d Imogeulll1hullnou It Vtnd end writes to us and asks that wo glvo her our views on curried chicken at once She says she Js going to entertain nt dinner and some one has suggested curried chicken ns a feature of the f menu and she frankly confesses her Ignorance on the subject Well ImdRcno wo arc not so wlso about this subject as we might bo our experience with currying things having ended when we attempted to lead the glad and free life of tho honest tiller of the soil and discovered that It involved arising at four a m and tolling merrily until eight i m with Intermissions on election day and Sundaynut anbo lWDlltS you to curry v a chicken you ore fully Justified in winking tho other eye Knowingly and asking them If the numeral 23 has ever been called to their attention You can curry a horse You do this by rasping Its ribs with n large seT rated Implement that looks like the working model of a harrow It Is no fun to curry a horse because Its low lag locks get tangled and when you become too energetic in putting the marcel waves In Its mane it will joyously switch Its tall into your eyes 18and cause you to say things should not percolate from the lips of a true upright individual Also If the horse Is so Inclined It will sud denly lift ono of Its feet and place teforcibly upon your vest pocket and jeopardize your watch crystal What useful or ornamental purpose will a chicken curried or nncnrrlcd serve at a dinner Fry it If you will but to do so you will have to remove the untryablo adornment Next time anyone suggests currying n chicken ask him If you resemble a hostler in a hennery We may bo wrong about this Imo gene but you asked for our opinion The Easy Life ID time aided by the successful ex periments of the campaign of 1908 the soliciting and registering of the suffrage of tho people became freed of all Its annoying aspects Clever moving pictures flashed by small machines presented the person allty of tho candidates In tho humblest homes perfect phonographic records I at tho same time rendered their speeches and presented the issues pneumatic tubes conveyed the ballots to a central poll and automatic lating machines gave the results in time at all The only machinery that was not changed was the machine method of selecting the candidates but oven this relieved tho proletariat of much tal stress Hopees Case Why Lushley t am astonished to see you out The last thing I heard you was that the doctor had Iiabout you ui he has lieertold me day he had charged up my account to profit and IOBS Chicago Tribune r n7 dThc Largest Circulation W OF ANY PAPER IN SECTION ror S SXi l P P CRAWFORD Prcs JOHN T HINDA1AN Cashier t j t Breathitt t M y County Bank I IXCOItlOKATJJD JACKSON KENTUCKY Capital 15000 your home bank owned and controlled t the people of Breathitt county Tits safety of a bank does not depend on charter but on the management TPhe directors direct the affairs of our fyinstitution and are men of known ss and integrity DIRECTORS F P CitAwruiin II CUA8 TKHHT MATT CnAtrrouu li Sb re THIS crLe Hs Went Alone Delta tboo quick wilted was on her wily home from n wake the other night It wiivlnte nnd the street was lonely nnd Della Is comely A would be Kiillnrt rlJlcd up to Delia and said slay I walk homo with you1 Della turned ti tlai frank cud fearless eyes and asked Why Are you afraid to nloneCan r beauty who tells plaintive tales of i Mrl ieiit mashers beat that for effective repartee And what became of the would be gallant Shurc he wlutoff so qukk I only saw the tails cf his coat turnln the corner sold Della as she wiped the suapguda off her arms New York Globe U U Caaurnaa- C IITIIK- Cm W l LXtXOR 2i J IEMoney Guinea In UtincliCH to A A Chisholm of Treadwell N Y now His reason is well worth reading For long time I suffered from indigestion torpid liver constipation nervousness und general debility he writes I couldnt sloop had no appetite nor ambition crow weaker every day in spite of all medical treat ment Then use tric Bitters Twelve botticsMRfred nil my oldlime health nit Vigor Now I can attend to business every day Its a wonderful medicine t Infalliable for Stomach Liver Kidneys Blood nnd Nerves 50c at Jackson Drug Store 1 I M 1M 4 mg w tt Mee9Geee 0- t THEJ oP- fF t I LiD LOLlsn r Ir r I131ANCE 0 lREAL ESTATEfJ G 0 Q a 0- i STOCKS AND BONDSu 4LOANS NEGOTIATEDtr GW sFfr AGENCIES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL T JWNS 9a 0 IN EASTERN KENTUCKYe 14L Want Live Energetic Men to Represent Us U i in Unoccupied Territory H c e- jp 111- rtx e Address All Communications to the Coma a pany at Beattyville Kentucky 9 W Q eeeeeQ O d JAMES P ADAMS Prcs J H LETTON Jit Cashier FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONKY CAPITAL STOCK 25000 We will give our friends V IIValuc received in return for the business done with us at the same time we want them to know that we appreciate their patronage Our policy is sound liberal and just 11Wc want your business and will use youwell Money Loaned on Approved Securities We pay interest on time depositsif I DIRECTORS J a James P Adams J H IlnmmonsIJno C Griffith A M Arnold T P Cardwell Jr J fl Lctton Jr f yr iIIIIIIt w t rc Mrv r n- V + y IiI L ia f A I t The Breathitt News SI PER YEAR IN ADVANCE I s J VISE HAGINS EDITOR Friday April 30 Notice to Candidates Announcements of candidatesi for oflico will bo charged for as followsFor District Office 1000 For a County Oflico 500 Except n complimentary notice given each cnndidnto at time ne announces all communications boosting candidates will be charged for at 5 cents per line Such com munications will be treated as purely advertising matter for which Tim News does not assume any responsibility Cash must accompany all orders for such advertising ANNOUNCEMENTS I FOR COUNTY CLERK I take this means of announ hug myself as a candidate for County Court Clerk of BreathittI County subject to tho action of the Democratic party If elected 1 shall regardless of party affiliations bo your most obedient ser rant ALFRED RUSSELL To the Voters of Breathitt Co I am a candidate for tho office of County Court Clerk to be voted for at the November election 1909 GEO W NOBLE FOR SHERIFF We are authorized to announce ROBERT DEATON- of Crockcttsville as a candidate for Sheriff of Breathitt county subject to the action of the Demo crane party i FOR JAILER announceij WESLEY TURNER JR t as candidate for Jailor of Breath itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party i Wo arc authorized to announc MIKE ROBINSON asa candidate for jailer of Breath i itt county subject to tho action 1 of tho Republican party t announceX11J II HUDSON as a candidate for Jailer of Breath r itt county subject to the action of the Democratic party t r Wo arc authorized to announce G B MAEONEY as8jcnpdidato for Jailcnof Breath itt ou ty + iho actton JLbe Republican party 1YcarCAU thoriroJlonnuuutice t A B HATTON- nna tr candidate for jailer of Breath ittcounty subject to tho action of the Democratic party We arc authorized to announce J M GOFF Ii as a candidate for jailerof Breath 4I t iitcounty subject to the action of I the Democratic party i r r SUPERINTENDENT OF gv V SCHOOLS Wo are authorized to announce ED DEATON as a candidate for the office of Superintendent of Schools of Breathitt county subject to the- E action of the Democratic party I k J announceI1 nli FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY We are authorized to announceI I JUDOS W H BLANTON l as a candidate for County Attor ney of Breathitt County subject to the action of the Democratic f partIWe are authorized to announce HURSTfs as a candidate for County Attor Hey of Breathitt County subject to tho action of tho Republican party t i FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE PREVENTION OF CONTAGION We should be as willing at all t times to do as much to protect our neighbors children as wo 1woulddemand that our neighbors protect ours The all Important thing to do In preventing the spread of conta gion In a community Is to see to I It that sick children are not al lowed to mingle with children that are well This means the ex clusion of sick or ailing children from the schools and churches and that they must not be permitted to mingle with other children un til the department of health It It safe for them to do so saYII l R Tr r LAMBRIC I Lee Russell has returned from tho U S Army after serving three years and is going again next week to San Fransisco Cal Mort Joseph and George Mc Daniel visited the homo of Green Stacy Sunday Willie llusscl TaylorMann and Kader Mann broke the Record Halting Saturday morning J H Richie was elected to the office of school trustee of sub district No 12 to fill the vacancy ol G A Stacy who has moved away Wayne Diivis made n business trip to Noble Wednesday and sold one of his mules for 20000 lIam Richie purchased a fun horse from Wilson Howard for 6500 J II Hudson Dock Stacy rid Green Stacy preached at the Winnie branch school houso Sunday to a large congregation Good order prevailed Mr and Mrs G V Stacy visit ed the homo of James Itlantor Sunday evening Mack Russell of Clemons visited the home of J II Russell Wed nesday on business Wesley and Louisa Clemons started for Hindnmn Saturday where they wilJatteudschool NED II A Miller has gone to Haz ard to prepare for the May examination Some of tho people of this vi cinity ate employing the strength i of fertilizer to their corn fields and several others say if it prove good they will use it next summer John II Combs has been very low with la Grippe but is getting some better He attended the regular meeting at New Iiethlehrii Saturday and Sunday 17 and 18 of April and was in good health but returned home and took on Monday and suffered intensely until Saturday when the grippe he snyi let him loose and his appetite rc turned and now he is building up a little Edward P Combs little son ol John H Combs was thrown from a horse Monday 26 and was hun xer1bldI1lmtnoLfalulOM ar almost broken trelot Jt0- MrtJrrolmtf have been thrown from a and seriously hurt may terminate fatally Clavical bone broken one rib bone and perhaps internal in juries Mr Ilolliclay has been sent to the Asylum and returned but dont stay with his family- S H Comb Elias Mullens and others conducted religious service at the mouth of Cockrells fork Sunday A largo crowd and quiet prevailed and William Neaco a son of John Nence was baptised CLEMONS II C Clemons has been suffer hog with rheumatism for several flays Some of the boys caught a fine lot of fish Monday II C demons tot off 571 ties to market on tho recent tide James Clemons went to Frozen one day last week to buy a mule but did not get any mule Captain Fletcher was here one day last week looking after his log job here Bud Napier and Lee Russell left here Monday and claimed that they were going to join the U S Army Bill Willson of Quicksand was here Tuesday- G W Itu ute built about 400 panels of new fence this spring WUD Ross WAR GREEK J H McIntosh our merchant was visiting friends in tho Spencer Bend Sunday Wilson Trent and wife was visiting Mr and Mrs Willie Pelfrey Sunday Abner Gross was visiting D B elfrcy Sunday Mrs Fannie Johnson and Rachel Johnson wero visiting Sug Johnson and wife Sunday Green Burton went to Fillmore I Sunday to attend Church John Pelfrey is our fisher nt tile month of War Creek IIo is a good one A J Johnson postmaster here was visiting friends in Wolfe Co at Trent on the third Saturday and Sunday in this month Kov Tits Trent and J W Wilt worklinhold them up in tho good work may the sinners remember God is love Early Symptoms of Tju berculosis Officers of tho Health Department of New York City has just prepared striking statement of the first symptoms of pulmonary tuberculosis at the request of the New York State Charities Aid As relation It is evident that unless person who have incipient tuberculosis recognize that something U wrong and seek medical advice treatment will begin too late tQ secure the best results and Dr Biggs describes in simple terms within tile comprehension of all what pysi cal evidences which might seem unimportant are liable to be ind cations of tho beginning of the disease The statement which is given below has been submitted to and signed by Dr K L Tru deau Dr Livingston Fnrrnnd Dr Charles Hitchock Dr Edward C Jnncway and Dr Eugene II Por I terAny of the following symptoms should lead one to consult his physician and have his lungs examined and sputum tested 1 A cough lasting a months except a whooping cough 2 Poor appetite especially in the morning and indigestion lot of weight nnd strength and pallo r generally run down 3 Hoarseness lasting several weeks 4 Spitting especially in the morning 5 Night Sweats 6 Spittingblood 7 Fever in tho afternoon shown by flushed face and tired feeling Any several or all of these symptoms coming after n severe cold grippe bronchitis whooping to igh measles typhoid fever or any other acute disease may indj calm hlrcuo1i t t AIvor cxamin a r dO lhofnot bo found tho first timemane sputum is examined and in deed may not bo found at all until the disease is far advanced Ac cordingly no reliance is placedon faneother symptoms are present A thorough physical examinations should bo had aw perhaps soy oral of them Tuberculosis in is incipient stage is a very difficult disease to diagnose even in a phy sicnl examination Too much publicity cannot be given to knowledge of this kind which may lie the means of saving untold sorrow and suffering and thousands of lives besides The Board of Health of every community in the State should en deavor to convey this lifesaving information to every citizen with in its reach and its importance should not be overlooked by anyone interested in the preventive work of the antituberculosis cam paignJournalof Outdoor Life The Name Sarah Sarah or rather tho Vulgate form Sara was not unknown In prorcfortna tlon days It occurs three times In J IL Jeaycs Catalogue of Charters at Berkeley Castle We have Sara wife of Gilbert flu Radultl de liaggc path circa 1U50 In the reign of Henry III Ralph Jnwnn granted to Sara de Blokeisnm half a vlrgato of land in Nluuelon that Is South Kerclugton In Oxfordshire and In a deed dated 11 Richard II the names occur of n William Palmer of Oxford and Sara his wife pages 102 120 and 170 I know of but two instance of the name Sara being used A remote cousin of my own was baptized thus ot Scotter In 1C77 The following is the entry In the register Saral Pca cock the daughter of Richard the thlrdc of Marcbo London Notes and Queries Mrs WnbasuShes had six wed Ings in her life tires Dearborn Whatl Ueeu a bride slz times Yes what do you think of that I think Jdeed that you might call her n well groomed woman Yoiikcm Statesman Cottonseed oil known commercially as cotton oil is produced by the crushing of the seed of the cotton It IN purely vegetable and from tests made has been found to be absolutely them cnlly pure It is an oil easily as Imitated and Las taken high place imoag the worlds best food products Are your S g to 9Juld rf LET US FIGURE YOlK LUMBER lULLS GEORGIA YELLOW PINE tho most desirable building material take the best finish and never seasons ont or shrinks because it ia kiln dried Prices no higher than loss desirable woods Holds paint and varnish better than any Got tcs on flooring coilingweather boarding window frames doorframes casings base boards and all inteMor trim Will clseerfulllive 01 estimates Vmlneai Laid 0 lumber Qp Ipe- JJ JACKSON KYn J LITTLE sWB OELZE Secy Ph Jv Having decided to close out my entire stock of i1vlILLINER Y i I invite you to come and inspect our styles and prices Beginning ot i 1V1103Wuriwillhave 27 II of Hatsj Wuf also have a line of Dress Goods andtPlain Sewing at T MOLLIE FIELDS i rShaving WithP=u752S2 I rn 4pijoyed only by those who faro theIr workafj ne properly Every man that shaves ones itUthimself to be fully informed about tho excelG asofthc extreme caution taken 111 proper marI of all accessories used on his face and ofsij resultant feeling of pleasure over the fact n wortmonrncare in the art rLI J Post Shaving Parlor Ij mt a Vb E COOR WEST OF BAKERY JACKSCN KYIeftrde5252S2S252S25i252S252S2525252S2S252S 1 S2SSih- lmta L use sbf + F DESSERTrev rtaaL DAlNh- 1e dAXTREMELY r rtalnt 1DBlTS APPEI 1ow It life tae lo sto PearA rc 2alue lnCakeretl1rt That Xt s3Th titles t tI dItTi n iI way to concoct those fratg4 at Ill trafers that the Japsff6rip w th teas Dfeak the white onoc jB I yTn howl add ono table spoonful uaar stir a moment and then ad oil e tablospoonful of flour and one slt teaspoonful ot softened butter Seat until about as thick ns cream Pour h teaspoonful of this bat ter on the reverIe sldo of a large baking pan slightly greased and with the back of n spoon spread It until about four Inches In diameter and al most as thin as tissue paper Bake In a mcdcialo oven until brown and while still warm roll around n curling stick Keep inn covered tin A deUclousVItallan cake which Is al ways sorvel Ices In the pastry hops offeenoa and other southern Italian towns is made thus Warm half a cupful of butter until It is n lit tie soft beat It to a cream with half a cupful of sugar Break in an egg and beat until quite smooth mid one by one three or moro eggs beating hard and then add half a cupful of flour Pour the mixture on a buttered minutesto cool and when cold spread thickly with apricot Jam and then with choco late icing Place In the oven a moment then cool and cut into shapes A dallclous way to servo cake is as follows Prepare a cup cake batter and bake It in shallow square tins When done cut it Into small squares and cover tho top ofeach with a little of the following mixture Cook a cupful of raisins In a small quantity of water When tender remove them from the fire and chop fine then add a scant cupful of sugar and put back to cook Let this boll down until wimpy and thick After spreading tho mixture over the cake sprinkle with minced nuts of any kind Eng lish walnuts and almonds combined are good In this way If tho tops are too soft dredge some powdered sugar over them to prevent sticking For teas and luncheons some housewives like to serve sandwiches made as follows Have ready thin buttered uUcca of delicate brown broad Spread them after trimming with a layer of strawberry jam or peach marmalade Cover with a layer of fresh cream cheese Press two slices together with the fillings against cash other and serve AnlieZwlctach Heat whites of five eggs ndJ yolks onehalf pound of aurar nr 20 min idea same direction always to aI cream Add ouo heaping Ulcsoou of anise seed and half a pound of flour Stir toother awhile Bake in long narrow tin rounded bottom It possible In moderate heat for about twenty minutes When partly cooled cut in slices of throotjuariei a of au lucb ocb and town in even q 1 r t r N KNOWS CUBS AFTER 2 YEARS I Bear Mad with Delight When She I Accidentally Reunited with Her First Born kfret rlco A iij ihf A a been separated for more than two years when they has been acedentallIplaced In the same case at lo allow of some alterations In other Inclosuros Nvlllo a great grizzly bear and her firstborn cubs now almost grown recognized each other at once and displayed remarkable affec tlon As soon 1 tho cubs were taken to her cage the Mother squealed with do light and Jumped Into the air alighting stlfflexRCd on all fours The bear children were equally enthusiastic anil hardly could bo restrained long enough to enter the gate They stuck their Pews through the bars of the Inclosure and attempted to squeeze through at the nearest point Once they wero ln side Nellie took flret one then another of her offspring In her arms In true motherly fashion and rolled upon the ground playfully biting and clawing themFollowing the first separation the big animal killed two little cubs This WM done In the opinion of the super intendent that she might be spared the pain of rearing them and finally be- Ing separated from them Tennis Court a Lawn Now Washington Another old IloosoveJ1 landmark now lies under the sod at- tlill White house Preparatory I q erecting an annex to the oxecutlv0 offices tho landscape gardener of thQ president has torn up the old tennis court of President Roosevelt mod particularly famous by the Bsocallei Roosevelt tennis cabinet He has sodded it and sown grass besides wltb a view to burying it completely wiU B soft fireTbjrrJrmt r Foil KKVT A nice cotta o Call at Crawfords store B N Spradling REPRESENTING Great Eastern Casualt and Indemnity Co OF NEW YORK Can give you Accident Policies worth up to 1000 in case o dellthbyncchhmt nnd from 820- I to ISO per month for accident and sickness CALL ON HIM at tho Singer Machine Companys OJlico And Protect Yourself y rtafahUfjfl iTtlfjltijl t tl1liTrirlfllfIjlFstF11 H i f J 0 FLOYD DAY Pren T SAMUKL 11 HAD Jr Cnlilor ft itI 3r f- WI F IVOItAWFOKD I Ylfto Frets r F IDAIS Actliitf Cashier WH HOPPJilt itsst Cash i r Mlliiltltllllir tt SE g 1 BANKING METHOOsit 1 t F 4 g ARE SATISFACTORY t I r IfTl you arc not already in this mini i ti 1bcr 11hl3 not opon nn nccotlnt 11011 W l t Q 1t1 obligationGti you l see tiy ft vt i PAIDUP CAPITAL and SURPLUS 2735000 ts 1 1 Jackson Deposit Banka a goou t The Southern R9y OFFERS VERY LOW ROUND- TRIPHomeseekers Rates To Arkansas 0 Indian Territory Louisiana I Oklahoma TexasrTickets on sale the first and third Tues days of each month Apply to any Southern Ry Agent or write- R R COOK D P A B So VENT T P A A LOUISVILLE KY 1IIt g Dit D II KASIIIi S PHYSICIAN AND SUJUJKON OKKICE 111 D1CKHON 8- t1 IL1wF01tD it Ildal y tJA1MegrMt 1ehNTUCIiY 4 1 r l1 I Eggs for Hatching From pure bred Single Comb Brown Leghorn and Hoso Comb Rhode Island Red Chickens Guar anteed to bo fresh nail fertile Oill on or write Minerva L Un gins Jackson Ivy and OIIII A r rKIMTIOJf w TIIK The for 75 For tutu next three months ofFrtr excellent noses and njr Find enclosed 75e for which send me tho Blue Grass Farmer edition tho Herald for ono year Signet I Poatoillco I MASS May I to Can for the County Offices The Republicans of Breathitt county arc hereby called to meet in mass convention at the court house in tho town of Jackson on Saturday May 1 1909 at ono oclock p m for tho purpose of nominating candidate for the Noy vember election WOO towit County Judge County Attorney Sheriff Jailer Circuit Court Clerk County Court Clerk Super SchoolsfJ Assessor Republicans and all persons who a Hi I in ted and voted tho Republican ticket itt the regu lar November election 1808 and all persons who will niiiliato with said party at said election are en titled to vote in saidconvention By order of the comtuiltcc this February 15 1909 J B McLiv Chairman W S Jloaa Secretary r j 1 5S rn IDpuSrCIAS les lItone 5 L KOHIft Acru2r2Si5uSi5 r 7 = = IIf N PATTON LAW1fOFFICE tr OOItD JACKSON KYa The Blue Farmer 1 Lexington Herald Cents wo this earFillof Lexington CONVENTioN Nominate rdidates va SurveyorAll q ta ntDOJ Grass Weeklj I CourierJournalHenry I DemoI news without fear or favor Tho regular price h 100 a year but you can get tho Weekly Courier llrcnthlttColllltr ifyou will send your order to this paper not to tho CourierJournal Daily CourierJournal a year 600 Sunday Courier Journal ta year 200 combinntionrwill write this paper Engines Boilers and Sawmill of highest quality on reasonable terms and at a living price cnn be hadof The Russell Co of Louisville Ky Write for Cata logue B or call on H P Stev ens Jackson Ky MIt t1 t t r The Breathitt New flJ J WISE HAG INS Enirou JII CASH SUBSCRIPTIONS SI A YEAR I u PubllHliud Every lrlrtny DUI m WAIXSCOTTS UOXA IOIAI r t S P Carpenter of Lntnbric is quite sick with fever r7 bars Lenox Soup 25c at HAD mxs 11 II Houston of Gungo wiu here on business Tuesday That good Butter yellow Label ntllnddixs S Joseph Denton of Lost Creek wits hero on business Monday Genuino Canadian Maple Syru- at Ilamiltons11lurner of Nedwho luic bcennltcnding College at Rich mond has returned home Six bars Lenox Soap for 25c at T II Beuris Dr Gucrrant will preach at the Lodgd house on hear Creek in Lee county next Sunday nt J00 p m New Tomatoes KaddUhes und Lettuce ntT 11 Hcuris store Judge Mann of Klkntnwa will preach lit Highland College on Puncheon Camp next Sunday morning A ninu room house and lot in Jack son to exchange for small farm II vo minutes walk from court house Address n Moore Jackson Ky Dont forget tho game with Hazel Green Monday its tho first game of tho season Admission Adults 25 gents children lf cents For Best Groceries Fruits and Vegetables go to Hnddixs 4 Rev1 II Hudson will hold religious services nt time school Irofise- on Pan Bowl brunch near Bnyle Willinms on the second Sunday in May nt 11 oclock Everybody invited If you want a Good Cup of Cof fco try Harrington hail die steel cut coffee at Hnddixs Eugeno rpcntcrof i nmbrric i got ile r broken below tho knee while working in a clciirlna on the tnst b II log rolling over n andpolestruck him on tho leg about ten feetcliffr him over n high Dr Hogg attended him I and nt last reports ho was doing fairly well Volt SAiK Ono house nnd lot nt a bargain Cull on or address DIANOV STUOSCI Jackson Ky WvSfett1s rebuilding his rcsi deuce on tho same site of tho one destroyed by fire a few week ago FOIL REST1hren lirst chis = well ventilated furnished rooms Apply N B Comm Main street Jackson Ky- G P Combs resigned his posit tion with Day Bros and left with his family for tho Stateof Wash ington where they expect to make their future home- Strawberries Green Beans To matoes Lettuce Green Onions Radishes Cabbage and New Pota toes nt llnddixs Cooley Combs who has been at Albuqurque New Mexico for sev eral months for his health return cd home Thursday very much im proved Look for tho hand hills they J tell you nil about the Base Ball game to be plaved with Ilnznl I Green Monday Come out and I help tho boys win Your presence will show whether you nro inter ested or not Game starts nt One oclock Tho Little Oelzo 5 anti 10 cent store seems to be enjoying a good trade This is something Jackson has been needing nnd from the big bargains they otter for n nick el or a dime they deserve SUCCCSF Useful articles can bo found there that no other store handles nnd tho price is within reach of any one K IL Howard was taken sud I denly ill Tuesday night and had tot be carried from the lodge room III is about recovered IJ fAof r 4 BEACH I1ARGIS rGiven A Life Sentence Bench IIurgis was found guilt of the murJor of his father by to jury at Irvine Wednesday aml sentenced to the penitentiary Cor life Four of the jury worn froa Estill and eight from Madison Ills first trial resulted inn hunt jury Ho hnH med grounds for anew trial and if that is denied hit no will appeal to the Court of Aj peals Graduating Presents A fino lino of Graduating lyres ents on inspection We have ashed our wholcualn Jeweler to send us a complete assortment of Brooch s Iins Lockets Shirtwaist Sets Link Culf buttons lint Pins nnd many other suitable things for Graduating Present and ask you to call nnd examine some whit here Our line is complete H L ArrKS Co Jewelers successors to S D lien or Oh how sweet and yet how bitter To see the ball and then not hitter Come out and see the game be tween hazel Green and Jackscn Monday afternoon Game culled promptly at 1 oclock so tim hazel Green boys can get oil on the train Marriage License T L Prewitt of Jackson and Miss Mary Little of Klkntnwa Toe M Greer nnd Miss Nellie Davidson both of Jackson Specials Work Shirts worth G0c035W- ork I shirts worth 40c20B-oys Overalls worth 25c15La- dies Waists worth 1 to S3 iWBIRTHDAY PARTY Miss Kiilo Hays entertained lust Friday evening from j to 11I with n birthday party Those present were Messrs Kov K L Ivinnnird Prof Win Campbell Dr Daniel Kash Knsli Williams isancJesse Garfield nnd Arnold Begley Richard Davis Ben Sew ell Sam Lyon Alfred Marcum tad Arthur Davis Misses Cath erine Calk Bertha Jameson Nancy Begley Eliza Campbell Ruth J Unripexrnbeinuliuleil bel Snowden MyHlo Ilurftt Mae and Huth TtTulbee Addio Lyon and Ethel Cope All reported nn enjoyable time Notice Bids will be received time court house on Saturday May 1 1009 at 10 Op in for the painting of the fence around the public squafer Tho right of rejecting any or all bids will bo reserved SATAULBEK Judge Religious services will be con ducted nt tho Buck Herald graveyard near the mouth of Elsom on Middle Fork on the 3rd Sunday in May 1901 at 11 a m by Rev J II Hudson and nt night of the snme tiny nt early candle light at the school house on Big branch near Sherman Core + SPECIAL SESSION A special session of court was convened hero Monday withIudgc W II Molt on the bench fur the purpose of trying the case of the Commonwealth Ky vs John Abner chnrged with the murder of James Cockrill and tho parties announcing ready the following jury were selected Sam Noble Sr Alex Noble Jackson demons Sr Merdeth Combs Thos McIntosh Moses Vires George diary vey Seymour Watts Clnibourn Burnett Pierce Ilounshell J M demons and Jackson demons Jr und the taking of tho evidence was begun on Wednesday morning but has not yet been completed GreerDavidson Joe Greer and Miss Nellie Davidson were married at tho res idence of John Hcadly Sunday night at 830 Rev U L Kin Laird olliciating Mr Greer is the electrician for Jackson Coal Co and one of the lending young men of Jackson Miss Davidson formerly from Beattyvillo but has been located in Jackson for several months ns Hookkeeper for S S Taulbco and stenographer for 0 II Pollard They left Monday morning for a wedding Lur THE SUNDAY SCHOO CONfERENCE a The attention of the people or Jackson and Brenthitt county i again called to tho Conference of Sunday School workers to bo hole by Mr W J Vaughan nt thc Methodist church in Jackson on next Tuesday afternoon nt 2 oclock nnd a mass meeting to be Mild nt night It is to ho earnest ly hoped that nil Sunday Schoo workers of Jackson nnd the count will bo present nt these meeting umflend their influence towards sulking them n success The Sun lay School cause in llrcnthit county needs iT great uplift and now is the time to begin the work The following is by H ll Gibson Secretory Kentucky has 119 counties or which only 31 have reached till sigh standing required by the International Sunday School Asso siution to receive the name of liar icr county For the elllS or 1001 tad 1008 we are proud of the facl lint in Hrenthitt county by the rood work of the officers of the Ircnthitt County Sunday Sauce association n branch of the Inter rational Association and the quick csponso of friends of your nsso lintion in giving information about heir schools and contributing ands has enabled us to bo a Ban- Ter County Wo onrnstly desire 10 continuo to hold this position but each year or two the standard i s being raised making it more liflicult to attain however it is tore to our credit when wo do ontinua in the highest class of ounlies in our State Mr W J Vaughn State Field- Worker will meet with the Ex cutivc Committees May Ith at 2- II in in tho Methodist church in ackson The following are the lumbers of tho Executive Com mitteesOfliccrs Kcv G K Drushnl Ph D President Rev C Mummers VicoPrcsidcnt IL II jibson Secretary and Treasurer Dept Superintendent Mrs G W Fleenor Elementary Mis Sue rtonard Intermediate WW Mc juirc Adult Miss Mary Lewis I Educational Mr Pearl Combs Visitation Roy Paul Derthick rganizntion Written reports rom each officer and superintend ent is rcgwred- IiS Ruporlnlonllent orcnci mrtmcnt is supposed to bo well nformed in the work and instruct und insist the superintendents in nch of tho three districts into which our county is divided District Superintendents shouldcor respond with County Superintend onts fully about their depart ment Each Sunday School of nil do lominationH in tho county shouM cep complete records and be premed to make n report to their District Secretary in November i f ach year for upon these reports our standing ns a Banner County nrgcly depends Tho Banner Counts for r east year are Boyd Boyle Ircathitt Casey Clark Critten lion Fulton Garrard Grant Green Hnrdin Harlan Hcndcr son Jefferson Lawrence Mason cndc Nicholas Ohio Oldham ulnski Scott Spencer Trimble Union Washington Webster rood ford A public mnss meeting will bo held in the evening at 7JO clock May 4th in tho Methodist lurch to hear addresses on Sun lay School progress and its vital Importance to our county now Wo want the house tilled full to aho Mr Vauglmn n grand reap ion in this Banner County 11 II Ginsox Secretary ANNUAL CELEBRATION The I 0 O Forder Steven son celebrated the 00th nnnivcrs urJ of the order in America on the 2Gth inst A dinner was served by the order to 212 people Rev A C Cooper addressed tho peo pIe Excellent order prevailed andnll enjoyed the day Those who attended seem to bo anxious ror another celebration day r Cecil Noble of Noble was thrown from his horse Thursday icar the mouth of Quicksand while on his way home from hero and Jot his left shoulder dislocated nnd eft nrm broken He was brought tack to the home of T11 Hudson hero his wounds wero dressed nnd ho is doing as well as could bo xpccud M N W I THE RELIANCE DRUG CO im r I f Certainly rserves your patronage r ry 1 Because we absolulolyCnarantco Satisfaction 2 Because we save you money on EVKKV articlerr 8 Becauso wo handle only the Ilx T 4 Because wo fill Your Prescriptions from tho VKKY BEST qualityJof djugs obtainable thereby pleasing your r doctor and at th Faino time Save you Money bi Because dhrliub of Drugs are most carefully selected vl j rnUor Druggists Sundries may bo had at Quit store l7 Becauso wo servo you Now not in a minute1 nnd 71 G appreciate your trade up mutter how littlemh r Country Doctors Dont Forget Us 1Bccniieo ire will save you moneyon your drugs All wo ask is that you buy your next bill from us and wo will IShow you Call for the Nw Dittru STOKK and insist omir finding it I r1 RELIANCE Dr1Betweeu Taulbeos Store and Singer Machine building JACKSON KENTUCKYr 7u D L ALLEN Watchmaker Jeweler JACKSON KY lies for sale at nil times Elgin Wnltlmm and the Standard Brands of Watches Spectacles and nil other kinds of Jewelry avoru by lathe and gentlemen v UImlrlll of all IestiI Pt talus carefully and promllUidone at pricey within every one 11 v Fruit and Ornamental Treps Everything for orchard lawn and garden Write fofifroe cata loguetH F HiIIenmeyeii 4 Sons LEXINGTON k 0ro WANTED Tim rout ters and Tan Bart peels ers apply to Fred Stratton Supt It Pl rr aScL2tVA- TCtLf1AK13Rnl G BR yapdsorrX41 f All work Guaranteed I Watch and Clock Repairs and Cleaning A Specialty We cater for the business of all Taking Rank as a Specialist A student In ono of the corteges found himself face to face with nn examination In Old Testament history n subject which tar hml entirely IR norcO nil torm Taking counsel with wmie frlunils ho dolled that nil he really uefdiil to know was the king lUt of urn IIt the kings of Israel nnd their dates So he crammed them each mid nil into his bursting head Hut sad to reltitc all he was naked to do was to criticise the acts of Mort Not one act of t06e9goot1 bad or InI different oonld the nafortuunte youth remember so after much thought 110jl wrote us follows For be It for one as humble ns I am j to criticise the nets of the great I1OesI but If you would cnro to names of the kings of Israel and their I dates will Hud them written be j low lie was passed Harpers Mag azine Dr C L Peyton Dentist Has given relief to many hunt dreds of people wed convinced them his methods are not only sat isfactory but reasonable in price My experience enables mo to put up a very high class of work Eight years experience enables mo to strictly guarantee ray worlc One price to nilFBest Gold Crowns400B- eat Set Teeth 80- 0Fillings50cand 75c Cleaning Toe Extracting 25c Oflico entrance Pattons HallI on Broadway between Taulbeos store find Reliance DrugCo THE NEWS Jackson Orchestra Music furnished for all occasions As many pieces as desired on three days notice Out ortown etc THOMAS D IOUTKK Mgr Iost Barber Shop phone 64 We have received a big stock of Mens Suits ol ive green brown and gray colors 1800 Suit for 1500 1500 1250 1250 950 Euster Isaacs Jackson Notice Notice is hereby given that Twill on Tuesday May the 4th1900 apply to the Board of Prison Corn misioncrs for a parole from the seutucc which I am now serving minsaughther Any person oV jinHug will please file their ob 1 jections before said Board on or before May 4th 1909IThis April 14th Jf- lUgU s rwixndscHildrcns Shoes famous Emery Shoo nt T H IJeuris I I In Memoriam 22Cffjbei epE lin 9llodel20 The safety comfort and ence of the Thai sold convenlIIn breech and side ejection are combined with the easy manipulation of the popular cldinff- foreend or pump action in the new Model 20 Martin tine In rapid fI lnbe rest test of a re pcater the brie solid top li protection unit prevents make back the ejected shell thrown Into your face or eyes Interfere with the aim 1 th lit 0111rnor hanl and hells quick It handles the short long and ctrtrlditi without change In and the deep Dullard rlfilnc cuaranteet th accuracy making It the finest little rifle In tho world for ttrsrrt ahootlne and fur allIsmall came up to ISO or ZOO ycrds I rot full de crlptlon ol I IJstcatalog Mined free for 3 stamps pottage 7Z077acin firearms La 42 Willow Street NEW RAVEN CCNH IDr salt flacon the best cured llamas and all kinds of fresh vegetables mid fruit nt T IL Be- urisREM0ALf I have moved to McCormick near Campton Junction where I will continue my business of miiK meg MonumentsAND Any one wanting anything in my lino will please write mo at McCormick Ky I will stake monthly visits to Jackson and hope all my friends will save their orders for me alM1 SHEIT I 113 Ii 3 333tzJCRAWFORDA 3 Wholesale and Retail Dealer in nHAY CORN OATS If- t Mill Feed Corn Meal Wool Hides Feathers Poultry Eggs 4S 1 Ginseng and all kinds of Country Produce 2J FeBought = It CAR LOAD TATS A SPECIALTY II1 Main Street Near Broadway Jackson Ky Js UVKUYTIIINO 1JOUGI1T AND SOLD FOR CASH iJi tsp PP33333- 3rDEPEND bN If you dopend on us we are sure that you will be Entirely Satisfied with the way in which your wants will be taken care of on is your Doctors Prescriptionyon filled wo will attend to it in IHita way that will please him and give you the utmost ATISRAOTIONIf it is nn ordinary Drug Store article that is de manded yon will get what you want for our stock is most selected and in it is to be found practicnllany article that is over carried in a retail drugstore Our stock is modern und our service to customers is as gooJ as carefulnt tention can make it Depend on us and your drugstore buying will prove satisfactory and a pleasure to you JACKSON DRUG CON Cor Main and Court Streets o oO r 00 1 Xre ou Selling he Jt- F 0 fiest Value In merchandise yofI r niony 1wTttla I lWJ11 W mIf you get them from Crawford you may be sure you are ii Theres no use trying you cant Ibeat their goods and pricesii IWhy Because if there were any better goods made we would have them in stockr 1 Come in and do your trading with a us and get your moneys worth F 0 CRAWFORD CO f JACKSON KY l This is the Question Whether it is better to keep your money in a drawer or safe and dole it out in payments of accounts and bills or to bank it and pay by check There can be but one answer to this bank it andcheck it out OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US It will systematize your affairs tench you economy and bring you into contact with tho best people of tho community Three Per Cent Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits JACKSON DEPOSIT BANK JACKSON KENTUCKY a a a a- eo 11fv CIIAITEU XXVI TILE BATTLES OF WASIIISOTO I A T twenty minutes after 12 Seua tor LnnRdou nnd Secretary Halncs were still undisturbed by any move on the part of Peabody and Stevens who maintained n silence that to Haliies was dlstluctly I omInous Ills experience nt the cnpl tol had taught him that when the BCII ate macbbw was quiet Itwas time for some one to get out from under Miss Williams the naval commit tees stenoRrapher entered Senator Langdon she said Senn tor Ponbodr and Senator Stevens are To tell you that thctfi I be in committee room G and they told me to tell you that theyd he I cant say It Please sir 1- Dd Interpolated Lancelot ItiURhlng Yes sir thats It Theyll b- ethatIf they come in lore nt 12uTO You must come to them they say Tell the gen tlcmcu Im sitting here with my baton the buck of my head smoking a good see gar with nails driven through both shoes Into 1 the floor and looking nt the clock At 1225 Senator Stevens entered I came to warn you J mgdon he said that Senator Icnbodys patience Is nearly exhausted You must come to see him at once If you expect the r south to get a naval base at Altacooln or anywhere else If you do not agree to take his advice this naval bill and I any other that you are Interested In now or lu future will be trampled un t derfoot In thu senate Mississippi will have no use for a senator who cannot produce results In Washington nnd that will prove the bitterest lesson you have over learned Im waiting for Peabody here Stem t i wens Oh ridiculous Of c urse hes not t coming Why Lnngdon hes the king of the senate He has the biggest men IIosjbut1 1a hell owe I trust Peabody more than the best clock made at a time llko this Q Itheni e figure of the senior senator from i Pennsylvania appeared In the door riwayi day Senator Lnngdon he remarked Icily f Same to you Have n seegar sena oJ tor said Lnngdon Ho turned and significantly nt IIajuaa1 1inLrmurNrsenatormsemen themsctres l wouldnt consider 1foI youTwe now r luenrtxr of the naval affairs com Iftl c over to our side for AltacooluI began Peabody That gives us a mat b jority of the committee without your voteThat wouldnt prevent me from tanking a minority report for Gulf City and explaining why I made that r report would ItV tho Mlsslsslpplan I illr asked blandly lelbotlnl1l1 Stevens both knew that rl It wouldnt Stevens exchanged glances t1 with the boss of the senate nnd in l how voice began making to Langdon u proposition to which Peabodys assent J t At had been gained L Laugdou we would like to be r alone and he nodded toward Halues t Sorry cant oblige senator Lang don replied Bud and I together make up the senator from Mississippi 1Allright What I want to say is The president 18 appointing a commission to Investigate the condi f thou of the unemployed The members are to go to Europe five or six count J tries and look Into conditions there formulatel instancetare under liberal pay 1i Ive heard of that commission sail I Lnngdou I Well Senator Peabody has time I naming of two senators who will go on that commission and I suggested that your character and ability would make you Good glory exclaimed Lnngdon you mean that my character and abll othinto this afternoon Stevens Pvo been wirprlsed SI many times since I came b to time capital that It doesnt nffvt I me any more Im Just nmused at your offer or Senator Peabodys I want to toll you two senator that theres only one thing that I want In Washington and you havent of 1fered It to me yet When you do Ill with you Whats that Speak out maul said Peabody quickly A iunro dent for the people of the United States I Good lord exclaimed the boss of the senate Is this Washington or Is It heaven a It Is not heaven senator put III URlnlI1IMan alive cried Peabody Ive been In Washington so long that j t So long youve forgotten that time American people really exist retorted Langdon and there are more like you ohm tho senate all because the voters have no chance to choose their own i senators The public In most states fLosjtoltake the kind of a senator that legislature made up mostly of pollUcluhtf feels like making them tS Yeti P fbQdy wouldnt be lu n 4 S Ii 1 the senate today If the voters had any thing to say nbout It I shoulders The Pennsylvanian shrugged his And now Ill tell you honorable sen ators went on I ingdon thoroughly aroused something to surprise you I have discovered that you were not working for yourselves alone In the Altacoola deal lint that you Intend to turn your land over to the Standard company nt n big profit as tjoon till naval base bill U passed Then Ins company will squeeze time govern for time best part of the hundred millions that nre to be spout The senator sank back In hU chair and gazed nt his two opponent Those two statesmen Jumped to Iheir feet I Come Stenns let hlnrdo what he j will We cannot stay here to be in suited by the ravings of a madman cried the Pennsylvania lint he brought Ills nssiklate to n standit midway to the door Hy the way Langdon what Is It you nre going to- I do In the senate thU afternoon lie asked You said you were going to make us honest against our wll You know you cant do anything Hud Unities turned his face toward the speaker and grinned broadly to tho senators Intense discomfort Ill do more thus that announced Langdon rising and pounding a fist Into his open baud Ill make you awl Stevens more popular than you ever were In your lives before nah shouted Peabody Ill do even more yet Im going to make you generous patriots And I regret to say Ill give you the chance to make the lilts of your careers The iwllshed hypocrites looked at him too astonished to move How What they gasped Swept on by his own enthusiasm and the force of hits own courageous honesty the voice of the southerner rose to oratorical height This afternoon he exclaimed when the naval base committee makes ltd report I will rise In uiy place and declare that for once In the history of the senate men have been found who place the Interests of time government they serve above any chance of pecuniary reward These men lire the members of the naval base committee With this idea In view realizing that dishonest men would try to make money out of the government these members of the naval base committee after they settled on Altncoola went out quietly nUll secured control of nil the land that will be needed for the naval base nnd these men secured this at a very nominal figure Now they nre ready to turn over their land to the government nt exactly what they paid for It without n cent of profitTJionthcijre jrpluc lo lilt mu over there In that senate Theyre going to realize tJlt JUt nJdud of twlltl4a han arrtredtn Washington =tie kind that 1 and lots of others always thought there was here And gentlemen he advanced 014 Ills colleagues triumphantly when I Senator Lnngdon of Mississippi your creation In politics have finished that speech I dare one of you to get up amid deny n word 1 The toss of the senate and his nat elllte were dumfounded Firmly boo lieving that Laupdou could find no way to jiaKs the bill for Altncoola and yet spoil their crooked scheme they were totally unprepared for any such de I lore one of ioti to ret tip and deny a ward I- nouemcnt To think that a simple old fashioned planter from the cotton melds of Mississippi could originate such a plan to outwit the two ablest political tricksters In the senate Lnngdou eyed hIs colleagues trl umphantly Peabody however was thinking quickly lie was never beaten until the lost vote was counted on a roll tall He knew that no matter how ap parently Insurmountable nn opposition was a way to overcome It might often be found by the won who exercises strong self control nnd a trained brain This corrupt victor In scores of bitter political engagements on tho battlefield of Washington was now In his most dangerous mood lie would marshal nil hU forces Tho man to defeat him uow must defeat the entire senate inn = dJ t 1 TfIk4 4Y fJ A GENTU5HAN FROMlMI SSISSIPPIr M t Epx BY THOMAS AW WISE Z3a Novelixod from the play byFred rickRToomba l COPYRlt1lt1G19916Y11pwIAd +twWL1 t chIne nnd the allies It could gRIn tn nn emergency he must overcome the power of Standard Steel be must tight the resourceful brain of the masterful 1cabody himself Ieabody whispered to Stevens We must pretend to be beaten Then the Pennsylvanian advanced smiling to Ijiugdon and held out his hand a Senator Langdon he said Im beaten Youve beaten the lender of the senate something difficult to IMS I Senator fMnydon Im beater Here What more youve given me I the chance of a lifetime to become known as n public benefactor As soon as youve finished your speech in the senate I will get up and make another oueto second yours Heres my hand I Anything you may ever want out of Peabody In the future shall be yours for the asking Lungdon refused to grasp the prof fered hand Senator Stevens wade n show of pro testing ngalnst its superiors seeming I I surrenderBut objected look here Peabody turned upon him Instantly- OhI shut up Stevens dont be a fool Come on In The waters tine The pair of schemers with Norton I1waI Stevens ordering UIII Weve thrown dust In that old f fln tiers eyes whispered Peabody Its t now ten after 1 lIes to be rccog iilzcd to mako his speech at 330 That glues us two hours and twenty mIll mites Yes but for what asked Stevens excitedly Ive been trying myself to think of something WIU1LlIJouo wlmt ran you UIr Ti n boss ot the 9e ate stttled n t l1ItyroTI Use Mississippi as though ifmused and scornful of hits limitations as n nIlenuclol18 Then his Jaw set bard and his grows contracted I will not do anything I cannot do anything he hesitated a full ten seconds hut Juke Stein ert can Stevens hands I twltcIlPllnenoult IY Peabody eagerly clutched the re ceiver And continued Peabody Im ex pctng n phone call from him any mo ment I told him his morning that he night be able to make 1000 be fore night If The telephone bell at the desk interrupted hlh- mIenbcdy leaned over and eagerly clutched the receiver The senior senator from Mississippi jerked himself to his feet Ho stood Bt a window and looked out over the roof tops of the citx- CIIAPTEB XXVII- WHS BPAXGLEn GIVES A LUNCIIHOX wHEX Senators Peabody and Stevens had gone Langdon and Dud went over the situa tion together nnd concluded that their opponents bad no means of defeating Lnngdons program that after all Pcabody might really have meant his words of surrCllllerIBut they might ter stay right here In the capitol time rest of the day suggested Bud Lain dlou scoffed at the Idea Halncs buxtled away to get n few mouthfuls of lunch to fortify himself for a busy afternoon one that was go Ire to IKS far Mister than he Imagined The telephone bell rang at the senators desk It was Mrs Spangleru voice tbnt spoke Senator Langdon she said Caro unit and Hope Georgia are here at my home for luncheon and we all want you to join us Sorry I cannot accept answered limo Mlsslsslpplap but I am to make tn important speechtills afternoon Oh yes 1 know The girls and I are coming to hear It But you have two hours time and If yon come we can all go over to the senate together Now senator humor us a little Dont disappoint the girls and me We can all drive over to the capitol lu my ear rlace The planter hesitatedthen replied All right Ill be over but It mustnt be n very long luncheon Gone to eat back by I1 oclock he scratched quickly on n pad on the sec retarys desk and departed Mrs Hpanglers luncheons were equally as pojlular In Washington as Senator Langdonii dinners The Ml pjsalpplan and his daughters enjoyed the dpJIencjej spread lavishly before ttm4W1 1 quickly The od plant er enJoyedTjTeelng his daughters have no happy and he was not Insen sible to the charm of his hostess con versation for Mrs Spaugler had studied ontvfully the nrt of Ingratiat lug hers her guests Suddenly realizing that be hud probably reached the limit of the time lie could spare the senator drew out his watchWhat n stunning fob you wear quickly spoke Mrs Spanglcr reaching out her hand nnd taking the watch from her guests hauls as the case sunpped open Oil tCata Carolinas doings laugh ed Ian dots She said the old gold chain that my grandfather left me was Why how lovely murmured Mrs Spnnglor gluiulng nt the watch We have nlcnty uf time yet Wont Ilkfllrmd bark flit have to hurry Your time Is the same an mine she added nod ding her heal to ward n French rehualssuimeelock niurble mantel As till hostess did this she deftly turned hack the hands of the senators watch thlrtyilvo I11lu utesDo you cure to smoke semi tor Mrs Spunglcr anieu us her guests concluded their repast If the young tortes do nut objoct Ijungdbh Inclined his head gratefully und laughdL They wouldnt be southern girls I reckon Oft tbey didnt want to see a man lu vd everything to make him happy er Ijbeg pardon Mrs Kpaugler J mean Htonifortablc Nobody tints ypur Uld be unhappy The hpftwlj beamed on the chival rous southerner Laugdon drew forth n thick lunch pet fectoAnd settlod back luxuriously In his chair after another glance at Mrs Send lees clock lie was nb iorbca Itmcntlll resmue ot his forth rnlJlll 1If lal1IlIl did not hear the next woEAaof the woman addrcsse pointedly i his daughters Do yttu howrreallr why this lunch pon WAs trIm tcdny site queried Thou she outluued bolero Carolina find HnpeiQeorcIa could formulate re- Illy Bptfausfcr yoiir father and I wanted to olporluulty to nlmouuco to youqt ttrhgeuuent II sweetestpr nad nt each other Iti f2bllJnwlII then ut Mr- rrilue hw Frutuahe taulc amid feIlIY nt time cllling iluthstrt the fleet to regain h OlliIJy hum tler age ejaculated you are Very Idnd to marry father but Whnts hat t exclaimed the scan tnT roused rotri bU thoughts by liU yoitngfrif A iBphtwii words and thrust ing lilmsolf forward MisTHpi iglvr Ijld her baud on his armOh wUflTbr 1 have just told the dear glrN hat you had asked me to harry yoil that we were soon to Jl married ihotKi Id archly looking him Htralglit Ail the eye Slid clasped Lei hands andmurmured I nm so hap p3t Tim hero of Cra wfords ville tried to speak Imt4ho4jcould not He stuml at 13 4ostoss iVtlin smile uf tim- ebudding debutante Mix own open mouthed astonishment wusrefltcted lu tbij fucfSiOf Carolina rued Hope Gear gun as thly observed their fathers ex pression Iii forgot he was in Wash ington He did not know be wan a sen attic Time fact that he hull ever even thought of tanking a speech was fur thest from his mInd Whitt dud It nil menu Had Mrs BpangltT gone suddenly Insane Ills IQrcnt heaven I Im late Im Intel llnughterswhat did they think These thoughts surged through Lila flustered brain Then It hashed over him she was joking In soino now fashionable way lIe turned toward tho fair wid ow to laugh but her face was losing Its smile A pained expression n sug gestion of Intense suffering appeared In her face 7 Why do you BO hesitate flenntor Langdon she finally asked in low voice Just loud enough for the two girls to overhear The junior senator from Mlsslaslp I looked at his hostess Sue hud enter tanned him nnd lad djno much fcr hU daughters In YnrIID toll Fie was plono lu theworlda widow Ill fplt that ho could not shame her before Carolina and Hope Georgia Hlssoutb enl chivalry would not permit that Then too she was n most charming IWMOII rind the thought Why not nut take her nt her word 1 crept lufo liUssiij sit 1 trts vf4o 9 Yes father why Oo you hesitate unked Carolina I Senator Ijingdou mustered Ills voice Into service ut lust t Ive been thinking ho said slowly hutJtIThat your daughters dldniot know Mrs Sgnm her of our Tilt telephoneupdtaiteis riugttigi madam said a timid whol lad entered to Mrs Spanglcr rime ndviiiturcsH vould not leave the senator mind lib dntcbters nlonc though she knew It must be Peabody I calling her At nay moment ho might remember hitS speech and leave Al i rcnll lute he would still bo litter carIrlllayed Tell tho person speaking that yoi I are umiionviiil to bring inu uny mw Bag that I afoot leave time dining hall rue said to the maid hp To gain time and to hold the sena tots attention Mrs Spansler asked slowlyWell seniitor what Willi It that you were going to say when 1 Interrupted you a few moments ngoV IaiUdon land bwn nicking lilt bniln fur Rome tiiHplratloii that would enable him to save the fitlings of hula hostess tumid yet Indicate his itosltlon clearly lIe would not commit blmxulf In nay way lie would jump up and pro iiount H her an Imjumtor first After n moment of fillciiou his cloud ed face cleared Mrs Spangkr be bognn your tin nounrpinent tcday I have considered to br Iromatnre she KiiKgectcd The wail returned Mr Wall says Senator Lnuudon III wantid at once at the capitol Great heavens cxtlalinod I ingdon sprlntrlng to his feet nnd glancing at the clock Im late Im late I hope to God Im not too late Mr Wall says n carriage II coining for Senator Langdon concluded tin maidVo niusi tall this matter over some other time Mrs Spinglcr the alit slsslpiilan tried as h sent a servant for his hilt nud cote I hope tlwt carriage hurries else Ill try It on the run for the capitol tints a half hour away on foot said Mrs S anglur Better wait Yoyjl sgvc time put to herself she unuttered as though mystified 1 wonder why Peabody cbangc Ida mind so suddenly 7 Why should he now want tho old fool at time UlillonIThe rumble of wheels pljtsldv Hurry father cried Hope Georgia Time senator hurried down the stone Came fact o face- wtthlmidTlahuaI steps of Mrs Sjinnglcrs resi dence as rapidly an his weight IIn rytTKrll II in out under which be labor wl would Iernli- tOpenlmg the couch door he plunged limlde to onio face tg face with Uud Undies who had huddled down In a corner to uvoldtub sorfunce from the Spuneler windows The driver started his horn off on a run Struggling to regain his breath the senator cried Well what ore Never mind now hut first Rather lu all I say senator as weve no time HI lose When I couldnt locate you and I slur you probably wouldnt beat the fennle chamber In time to wake your speech on the nnvat base bill I persuaded Senator Mllbank of Arkan sas to rise amid make n apeerli on the currency question which subjctt was In ender lie was under obligation to mo for some Important Information giice obtained for him amid he consent pel to keep the floor until you arrived lionet be knew he would earn tho ytiipeanca of Peabody That was over nn hour and a halt ago lIe twist be rending quotations troll Pilgrims Progress to the senate by now to keep the floor Bud paused to look at Ills watch The senator stretched Ids heath out of the window and cried Drive taster to by Kodol Insures good by duplicating Natures normal In perfectly digest Ing all food taken Into tho alma ach Whllo Kodol Is doing this tho stomach Is resting and becoming strong and healthy A strong and healthy stomach sound and active brain T eman with sound stomach stomach that Is doing for the- body just what Nature Intended It to doIs the man who Is always prepared for any emergency Ho is hero with the goods The man with sick gtomacli III- III sick all over When tho stomach Is irritated by i ndlggstod I food the blood and heart are dl rectly affected Then dullness un natural sick liendaches vertigo and fainting ppclls and oven serious bnln trouble develop Kodol will prevent these Spurring the stomach and brain Got your speech nl rlglilV mantled Bud above the din of tho rattling wheels Yes here was the response the senator tapping his lunar breast pocket Thought maybe she cried had jerking hits head luick In the direction from which they had conic rime Mississippi shook his head nepatlyely nnd set hU Jaws determin Ifheentrance Tell mo aHktd Langdon till bulb himpedont hqw did you find out that I phoned the housegave n name Peabody uses Great huavviiH hut how did you know where to phone They were at the door of time senate chamber Norton gains mo tutu tillCor your inku mind Carollmto for mild times take bo sail was Buds reply Continual next week frightful luau Averted crippllifae nee cap writes Frnnk Disbrrrv Kcllilior tinnt Buck lens Arnica Salve which soon cured mo Infalliablc for wounds cuts and bruises it soon cure Hums Scalds Old Sores HoiN Skin Eruptions Worlds best for Piles oWe nt larkson Drug Store you have broken your engage ISo to Charley Nlpjicrsoii 1 simply couldnt stand for hn Why limp line of bunk lint be Armlet out wan so fuzzy tbat be had me going half the time I couldnt get bop to hm at IIUCllicogo Record Herald You should not delay under spy KillnItake something promptly that you know is reliable something like DoWilts Kidney nnd Pill They are unequalcd for weak back backache inilamution 6f tho hind I tier rheumatic trains etc WllTcn you ask for DeWitts Kidney tine AclIJackson Drug Co I A nmns a fuel If he believes all his puilosophertt tend Le dues Cleveland leader its a Top Xiitth Jurr Great dcoihrcpmpejrcjrartl The teeth hitswhy trio American hoopla have crowned Dr Kings DUtbv cry the King of Throat nnd Lung remedied Kvery ntoin is health force H kills germs and colds and la grippe vanish It heals coughracked membranes a n d coughing stops Sore inflamed i bronchial tubes and lungs are cured and hetnorahagcs cease Dr Gcp Moore Black Jack N C writes it cured mo of lung trout Ie pronounced hopeless by all doc t- 1otttfreeDrug Co So the world Is getting batter So most people tlmlukt Or nn we Just getting used to Ifi Louisville CourierJournal Children especially like Kenne I dys Laxative Cough Syrup us U I tastes nearly as good as maple su gar It not only henls irritation rand allays inslumation thcrby stop ping the cough but it also moves cnydrivesbyJncksonFor mllllouulio be plays mighty close and cautious Well there poker Louisville galller I The Value of Good 1DigestionIeasy figure if you know what your stomach U worth Kodol keeps the stomach at par value insuring good digestion Kodol cures Dyspepsia I digestion absolutely process guarantees a a a a man sleepiness j without I Bladder I a a to special effort by tonics and stimulants doesnt euro anything or accomplish any good Neither does dieting Indigestion anti tho serious nllmcnts which it Induces can bo averted and corrected only by natural Kodol mennsImeans It work for itjust as tho should perform Itwhllu stomachI ach takes n little rest stomachs sake Our GuarAnteQ yoprdrnaglettndaysnttgettldolrtar l1IIlUuUy uudhelluu or delay Wewlilthemearthedriil antdrttggtTliUuitrr npiitlr lu tlic lurte Umla imly mid to but ore In a family The large Lot tlacimliiluvljt times uk mucU ait the Jlftj cent buttle- Kodol is prepared at the labor tories of E C Do Witt Co Chicago V 4 tTI LEIRPJLVVAYrrvL t WLSr BOUND No 1 No 3 Qt Daily Daily Sunday rKx Sun Only A 1iiI 0 A K lcl G 15 2 26 705 KlliUavn G 20 2 30 7 10 Onkitulo am 2 H 7 23 Atliol C 40 2 Ci2 7 30 TnlHii 0 49 S 00 7xSt HiIons G 69 3 11 4B- IVtty vie Jet 7 07 I 20 7 51 Finciistlo 7 15 3 28 802 I Torrent 710 3 a 8 15 J GltMcnirn 7 10 3 CiO 8 22 Nntl large 7 46 I 55 8 26 Cmptoll Jet 748 3 57 8 28 Dundee 7 6ii 4 03 8 32IKilson 8 03 I 14 8 42 jI Hosslyn 8 on 4 20 8 48 1 Smitten 8 15 120 8 54 Clny City 8 25 1 35 9 02 Indn Plds 8 45 1 rm 9 21 hKJct 9 00 5 07 9 84 Winciiester 9 12 6 20 9 4PWyimdotto ft 26 r11 9 60 Avon U 55- 2Montrosn Ci 40 10 03 IJO Ii 50 1012 At Lexington 9 66 tj 05 10 25 NO 2 ro 4 EAST HOUND Daily Daily IM AM Lv Lexington 2 25 7 35 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