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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r BUSHED IN IIi 4 1 i iH tt 1S J I ESYSL XLVilfO 34 SPRINGFIELDWA8HINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 22 I I907 tPD- 1j j Ir J IRtF TRUSTY r PRACTICAL r DENTISTOak over HatdMfi Barker lca prices SA1Lwk guaranteed 0 8PRflPIEtTh ZYI f Op DIRECTORY f MpiMJeriJttDt e MMty HILt WaII1te CouRt M atiles solh eat oil vuUAgiow 5 Mil frow yfcvUU m Bxd aK k91I I ll eViO and Nashville iailro 4l a 1rL aad qric1t1Ual Matr Tiuimki tiegrapk ad telep1ioe- II11 eaI ottc AcM mills liuaber ikhPau ipops1ati iOfI s ty 1SOU5 rueiuitatie lit CeagreSs H0- B Jmoa asptejr JCt WprietatiYe i XeittCk Leffiw atitrt M1Y1 f CI7QOkS r Uttr in Slate feaite Hpa 1Mn Liater ebIe KY Sr TkiDLtiySf CIRCUIT COURT csilt Court b giss o tke ourtk t iltr1 a l1 b IWbJ45LLDra eew ltkAt f7 irBoANoeC1erkM a QUAEJklcOURT tFA r S Quarterly Co rt U held op the tklrd II Ma4ayineaCk I4Iit Tie4 LCOUKTY COURT caty CtrtilHetw OK the fourth Ma4uy L etch Iitk Lltae1I141c tJIfL wr Broker Co tyClrk 1 a Mae Costnty AttorMey orgeCaktt3aL1l1 a4ey tHISSaAderi a Dick Isnam jjDcpttUae BerbectEddJH v zdiLite s 1 3as P bore Coiity Snrvey0 CF iU1AHeHottWT XikaeU Depcty Robert rt1 x KOf1tr 10eco1ler WIvi4 ot a 1 kPbSp41g1Sl Y CITY COURT JaiiM it Koe Police lr ijfe t Je4iaGraceIMarakal- l WF Qrljaby CitTAtt V Jt jUSTUrrIJtJftatlce Cowrts are keld IH Jamwary AriiJlY aJMhJctoberI iChurch Olfactory V METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Z yeH Pastor Ser rUcfieiithe irstaad Third SaRdavs iqmoMl4 at 11 a aad7 0 p SwrnSaySchool every Sunday at0a 5Payer I eting every WcdaeWay algkt4 CATHOLICCHURCH y TP F B lni nay PaBtOlserJI ices pyer Sunday at S arid 10 o ptock a t Services at St Rose same kqwrs PBESBYTEBIAH OHURCHl Rtv R E C Lawson Pastor PriMekiBK every Saaday at 11East7 p tIJlday school every I J zay t Qa Prayed eetin vary Tkarsdy eyiig at oock t S BAPTIST CHURCH HaitiHom Williams PastorRev phaching every Sunday at 11 m a i7 4i itm Skaday School every 4S4ayIt h30 aa Prayer rneIng ery i TsdayeyeaiMgit745OclOCkoImsTIAN JReVrt WF Rogers Pastor bIer 1vies first ana fourth Sunday Sunday at 30 mI4teraalOrders W ncctLP Sprlrfte lodge a5Q ets irat 71ar1tkd Mo wlay veiacK month WasiiiiitoiiRAi CPu No 57 e t8 tevery eced T cMUtVi al Hlfrield Conacii o52 JliNtOD yerv iowrtk Mo 4 Vi + Awicwrsof TAcAeet-Ci n t v 1tick mo i Sour StomachI Jeea c4 sRIk5W aNt hSdOiIS hftd bMfttf- lrdps dUWMty sour rMnf and cMtank t dusMomackIrs aU w 1Ft t dlsvssindtsMi This sw dtico- vilI NpruMz Ills stvrai c4 dtps thy UW m a bM1thv Momic- kUb1S ttk s gvsat- boW Iec5vs pTs Kdot for torn not ooiytdtev Wt 1WI fuDoaI h 5 Msmsch frs by cllJkAllf uct t J1riMIi r JI JWv III S II tf Mil l nK KID tY SFjt === It DIV3 r w r tq w i f l TrirTHEl 2 y ft Ji rjjf i i iiiiiiii iHG WH iIW jfiii ROUNDOr TALK e j 1 InnR MILIPIII I JtI 4Dry The wearer heatcomes down m a sheet And the noon flower drops its head And the morning rack will never come back From the place where it has sped The poultry goes to the cool ofthe rose The cow to the oak trees shade And the garden fare holds bn despair To the dust that the sun has made TheVInes dry ridges are dusty bridges Por the sunshine to walk on Aad soon we shall Itfok on the bed of brook To find that the brook is gone There are thiraderheads asleep in theirbeds IH shape of bird and beast But the breeze of hestwil1 never rest Till It blows them away to the east j But bravely we jniist return to the dust And stir the soil again Way maybe dryfas thfe moats in VC the sky V Vr roinorrowit may raini J 1rAY HAVE OPPOSITION The following bit of pol itica b iifUsuljenfrpra Sun daja Herald tl0yth en thusksm and confidence which prevails in the Republican rats The mention of Mr Lewis name I as a probable candidate is done without authority as that gen tleman hag probably not conJ deied the matter at all Here inaications1Ii ipresent Chairman of the State Railroad Commission and nom inee of the Dembcrate in the Seooed district will be opposed fRepublicanSt to Be selected before many weekjj have elapsed T J Ballard of Lawrencebnrg member of the State Central Committee from he Eighti Congressional dis net who is chairman of the committee in charge of the selection of a nominee will calla meeting of the committee for next Saturday afternoon at the Republican headquaters at teJILouisville Hotel The commit tee is compo ed of the County Chairman of each county inteluded In the district Thec supporters of Mr McChord hdJbelieved that their man would bee permitted to return to the corn j mission without opposition butI1 Republicans feeling that they wilt carry the District believe that It would be a mistake to 1all to elect to office a Republi can commisfiidnef as his election will give tre party a major ity on the State body Names oJ those to whom the Tionpr might properly fall have already been suggested John W Lewis of Washington county tthe home of Mr McChord has beeni mentioned and Robinson A McDowell a prominent and epterprising lawyer of this city bas the1 backing of many Mr McDowell Is a former President of the Commercial Clnb Th commUte will decide finally abomt putting candidate in the field and about the manner of us selection at next Saturdays neting1and it is believed that by the nomination of a strong man for the office thousands of additional Voters will be turned toward the Republican State ticket which even now promises to sweep that section of l lfIf State included in the Second J itaititoad Commissioners dU trlct it i j fj ONVENTION OALLEDThe- LL Democratic Committee for Washington county has culled precinct conventions to select delegates to a county convention to nominate a candidate fr the Legislature The precinct con rAugusti r r convention will be held on the following Monday the 26th It will be rememberedJthat the committee at firstsailed a coun ty primary for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Legislature The date was set and a candidate had publicly MDpcnoad hiBwaelf For some t rtaean hofft y r tht primary was ca1dof and a convention eU d o There are no pablicly aaBouDced candidates for th- EPObefokeBoaam datcoajtvtioit aaliffc Itssaid that the wires are all crtfally laid Jor tke nor 1 nation of a wellknown favorite son1t II 4 YIs OADING upThe saloons Aiof Springfield closed up and closed out their stock of goods last week without much fuss or demonstration Decid edly the features f the closing was the efforts on the part of all citizens alike to lay in a little supply in case of sickness The saloons did a big business in filling up family juesand bottles those last few flays They do say too that the strong est llocal optionists carried tha biggest bottles and were most particular in having them filled It is said that tie sales of wet goo1s by the two saloons amounted to 1300 for that one day and packages of all sizes and discriptions were carried cut A farmer living not a great dis tance from Springfield I done who is not regarded as a drink lug man purchased a barrel of pld whisky He said that he needed ifi occasionally in hi- sfamiiin4Ldflobt tpr pos to be witboqttanyTt3J nhBD Blue and lose all interest when help is in reach Herblue wllraake that liver perform Its duties properly J B Vaughn Elba Ala writes Beincr a constant sufferer from constipation and a disordered liver I have foi nd Herbine to be the best medicin fori these Troubles on the market 1 have used It constantly5I believe ittobe the best medicine of its kind and I wish all sufferers from these troublesl to know the good Herbine has dime me Sold by the Red Caoss Drug- Store 3 j Damage Suit Charging that a lack of fire escapes l1p nthe Coke flatI building at fourth avenue Jand Chestnut street had been responsible for the de thof Robert Henry Cox J W ifaiigherty his administrator yesterday brought suit against h city tho Fidelity Trust Company and Queenie Elizabeth H Richard Barid J Guthrie Coke the last four name4 dej fendants being owners of the building aud the trust company being agents for it Cox was a tenant on the westernside of the building jon the fourth floor and was in bed asleep when thalower porti nofthe building caught fire The petition says that the seqont1Jfioors away and that all ingress and egress was thereby distroyed It is also charged that tbe con structiori of the building was un safe Ifcis averred th as Cox was smothered by the smoke in one of the upperhallwaysOourier Journal Endorsed By The County rThe most ipppular remedy in Otsego county and the best friend of my family writes Wm M Diet editor and pub lisher of the Otsego Journal Gilbettsyifle N YillS Dr KingsNew Djscovery It has proved to be infallible cure for coughs and colds ranking short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the house 1 believe it to be the most valuable prescriptlon known for Lupg and Throat diseases Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker by Haydon Robertsons Drugstore Price 50c nd1 Trial bottle free AAttempted Hold Up Whife returning from Spring field Tuesday evening shortly after dark Will Hagan of this city and James L Powell 4 traveling salesman irpm Mississ ippi had what they believe hatebeenal narrow escaeftOm being heljd up and robbed f When they reached S point about half way between Springfield and Lebanon and were driving along leisurely a man hidden on the roadside sprang at tne horse and attempted t to stop it Just as qiiickly MK Hagan who was orivfpgr fit tViafc something Was about to happen and struck the horse with the whip causing iit to liap forward A rapid gait was kept up for sometfme in fact until they reached this city who they told a number of friends of their experience Tney believe that had it not been for the presence of mind of Mr Hagan in whipping Ihehorse and in this manner ludJOg the highwaymen they would have been held up and robbed and would probably have tet with violence Lebanon Enterprise Men Fast Sixty Denier More than half ot mankind over sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladderi disorders usually enl rge t1ent of thp of prostrace glands This is both painfuj and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure sbould be taken at the first sign of dangers as it corrects irregularities and has cured many old men of this diseaseMr Rodney Burnett Rock port Md1writes I suffered with en kidneyItwo bottles ot Foleys Kidney Curd I feel petter than I baue for twenty years although I am now 91 year old Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Lebanon Locals From the Enterprise The mule market in this section is brisk for the season and the buyers are plentiful and active The prices at which this class of stock is changing frauds is satisfactory quality considered rces rffHgi from iflO to 125 for yearlings and from I25 to 190 for 2 year olds and over One pair of ex bra good work muleSj 17 hands high weight 1400 lbs each sold this week for 475 Buy i errs in general however are fighting shy of fancy prices The indications are that there aae fewer mules throughout the country this year than last and i this may account to a great ex i tent for the activity now exist ing among traders At a meeting of the farmers clrib last Saturday it wasian announced that Mr T Mi Estes had agreedtomaketheblgele vator of bis mill a public ware house at which wheat growers who desire to may store their wheat at one cent per bushel per month For wheat S3 stored warehouserealmost every bank iathe coun trytsuah an arrangement furnishes the opportunity long sought by the fajrmers of this i section to hold their grain to a time when they can realize bet ter prices fOL iit and doubtless hundreds of them will turn the affair to their profit Messrs Wade Richard andj Mr John L tGruhdy yesterday shipped several af their trotting horses to Greeusburg Ind t where the 7 are entered in tbeI races in ttat city From Grns burg they will go to a number ot other cities where the hoises will be campaigned The horses are among the very fastest in countrv andwill doubtless land 1several1 ing home While taking a number of bananas from a bunch at the Modern Urouery Wednesday af tter noon Sam Hagan ran his hand over one of the largest tarantulas ever seen in this city Later Mr Hagan captured the bigspider and he now his it on exhibition at the store It is something like six inches from tip to tip abd its bite is said to be deadly poisonous The ba nanas were grown in the south and the tarantula was evidently shipped north with fruit The trials of C B Cleaver and Gus Ott a Springfield cigar maVer the former for malicious cutting and the latter fqr assault and battery were held before City Judge Thomas Monday and re ulied in both being held 10 answer to the grand jury C eavers bond was fixed at 100 while Ott was liberated upon His own recognizance to be present The trouble arose over an alleged attack on a younger brother of Cleavers sometime ago and resulted in CHt being painfully cut about flue face THE iiEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scid by all druggistsr two months t treatment by mail fo k W Hall 2926 gentuckI I t fet Louis Send for stirnonialsji 1 The Hon IBen Johnson Of Bardstown and The Panama Canall The Hon Ben Johnson of CongressIlrofthel Diet Jct ol Kentucky together wit a number o other congress men recently visited Panama and inspected the work being don there by Uncle Sam on the can fI This visit resulted IllR lect ire on an off the subject A cert liu other distinguished Ken tucT statesman on a historic occasion once remarked I seen it wfs myduty to write my dear com titiients a little card which I th Butillettc rewriting has its limitations and a letter is not in it witb a lect ire There must be other gen as than fever in the air on the Panama fa visitor staY an hour be gtts an interview a dayland he goes to lecturing a Veer and he writes a book But Mr Johnson is no orator He hasnt the memory for it- er m a plain blunt man and do but speak the things I heard An heres where theibutt Ijethhead A r Johnson favors tde canaf But It is in the wrong place it as secured by fraud and for eitia costing millions it wit weaken us in war and less tha one half of one per cent of our commerce win pass through it hen completed and just how it iHIbenefitusat all Mr John sun does not pretend to say But he f yore it he workmen there he says are the scum of the ear bn the morals are miserable we have established astate cb ch have further violatedt the ctinstitution in denying the rig t of trial by jury BIlL Mr Job nson would stifl have it dug 1 beoe are serious objections and suggest that the American pec pie who have approved the venture have been greatly de cei ed But we ware not yet I wil ing to believe the charge 1 ththe Panama rebellion was ins iigated aided and abetted by ou administration at Washing ton however much the OCcur enc a may have coincfded with our wishes The Republic ofI Panama was established onI No ember 3rd the United States j rec gnized it November fol- Io ed by the other nations of the World all of whom recog niz d it In less than a month t All then alike untyMr Jo nson prefers a grave c1argeiag inst our nation but i n it ely not one fact has ever beenI B3tiblished showing that we rebellJonJHealsof aff rds no parallel of the haste wi h which the independence o tb republic was re ognized Wef wo aid not daro questionMrf historybuhin to the establishment lhej n wstate of Texas and theI m nuer in which the United l States acknowled its sovereignty The relation of the canall to our commerce and the commerce of the word is too well known to demand any defense Instead of Iessthan one half pf one percent of our commerce passing tbrough the canal it is believed that sevehty five per cent of the comiuerce ojf the Pacific will pay toll for pasSage and that control of this Commerce will naturally lie with the nation controlling and maintaining the caral The Uaited States atone time carried eighty seven per cent of the commerce of uhei world nowe carry less tha i fifteen percent of bur own commerce The pur posein digging the canal is that we may build up a merchant marine projspjrtidnately greatS itlwas in Jeffersons administra tiortAU logic iJeads to that conclusion Mr Johnsons speech to the contrary notwithstanding- As for the morals what could you expqct of that same scum of the earth Mr Johnson is too good a preacher not to know that cleanliness is next to Qodl nessand he admits that sanitary conditions are practical ly perfect He should not dis turb his mind with the phantom of a State church No deIomi nationcr sect is favored even if Uncle Sam does pay jj3j sal ries We hRva doing e 4ng in the arms in the employment of Chaplains and we bf deve that Mr Johnson is the first statesman to scent att statecburcb in the practice Mr Johnson does not tell usI when the work is likely tcrbe completed He favors the caipal I But 7 XyZ Dont accept a congh cure that you may be told is jnst as goOds Ken nedys Laxative cough Syrup because i It itisnt just as Rood there is quite a difference Kannedys Laxative I Cough Syrup acts gently ponL1eJ bowels and clears the whole System of coughr knd colds It clears tR whole Bystem of coughs and coldS It promptly relieves Inflammation ot he turoat and allays inflamation of he threat and alltiys irritation Sold by the Red Crop Drug Store Snatched it From Womans Thtoatc+St Luis Mo Aug i5Tietproblem of finding a needle in a nayatack was outdone in St Loiiis today when Mrs Hamilton PPrather of 826 North Euclid mqredifficult a necklacej intrjsically worth more than 1090 and Valued much mor because iit was a family heirloom For mQrtthan a year Mrs i Pra her has felt that she might J recover the valuable and today the habit of watching tbe jewelry worn by ivomen in a mtv of 800000 tntii ibitants was rewarded in the flash of a street lamp Qeart her home j Mrs Prather saw tbe the neck of a woman t s heirJotmon her throat and 1 The worqan wearing the valu t able Mrs George A Md Lei ofE 576 A Dtibslivere avenue told Chief 6f pIIice Cresey that her busbard ought the necklace for 15 froth a stranger H knew it wjjis worth much morei but thought the transaction tegitimatefl I BUy THE w w i Kentucky Wheat Drill Simple Strong Durable I am in the market for good Seed Ryejpnd Orchard Grasss seed J Colt Halters and Bridles Yvand a full line of Harness and Gear- John LilYBarJe Ii Succcftor to Haydo rJ ltl 1 l1 tl11 SlJ8IICIll11 fo I I llWt r Charges w r mia ipflI Mrs MerkelT 1lThe atcklac was a part of a collection of My husbands grandmother Mrs Hamilton Pope of LqiisTiUt1 said Mrs Per She par chased it in Roaid seventy jssrI jIj ljet seven Roman medallions of pure In the center of eachotrr them is inlaid a mosaic of porce lain consisting of a mwiature painting The subjcsar St l Peter the Tempi of YSbij the Colesium San Angelo Castle the Temple of Hadrian jind thib VaticanIThose wbp have storaach troublE j uo matter o1vflflkt sEcmld rive ih every possible help to the Jifwtire that tba food JlaT1te tdigeStedmaybe uoe by takIng w ethliiff that contaiBs aiural digestivei prep erties soraetkiB like Xwfor Is GprJcoataisItJa ealthy stomcb tIt difrta 4 what you eat Sold by the Red Cross DrugStore Comthiioners Sa1e s Everelt PArrish iIt t VS sRichardQft w 9 omerbofCourt rendered at the May terp ItshallCourt House door in SpriBffieM thep ON MONDAY AUGUST 88 1107t At oclock P Mor there about to thehighest bidder at public auctio upon a credit of six aad twelve prosertytowltA certain tractor parcel oflaad btginning at iI sto e im the aikkUc of s the NhenceZackCrows with Ben Crows lIne to aSycaMOre tbeicelritiiBishopspoles to a stake the ceiJC45 4 CIpTellHouse XEpikethence b cofltaiaittfaboutDebt 45060 Interest 0Costl iota M17M For the ahaserxeatebonds oateaJudgettA thhichI JiMtWeriwlllbe IS with these terns II t G LEACHMAN If CWC- CikcUMtfLWc t lhe most et Meiipil scientwte are naiiliKMW in the th concluskm that tbt geoeraUy so w cepted limiUtkm of hlwaiilile o is many yrs below the attaNt ment possible with theadraceedl knowledge of which tbs race k now poeseeeed The oritieal pert xl thadirMiasjs dura to tipn seems to be between BO airi I 60 tha proper cart ot tebe4 during this decade caiflot be too strongly urged careleeeoeea then being fits to loafeTiiji Natures best tMtlper after 50 4IIElectric Bitters the soaM1 ioo medicine that rcThaliefl every organ oX the body GMM auteed by Haydoa k Robertoott Druggists 50c 1 for Sak J s A goods Yio rooigon Grandy Avenue Lot contain Marly tiro IIHtillNir hForv on T D Tapp of JfeEto Whatcn hal EJ4raEt-nc j iii Agent priagts44iiCy M J Noticr LAll persons knowimfr I tsselves to be iadebted to iMraew hereby not11 e4 to callaM Ma e settlement at Dice prUwif wjl be eae4 waiMi W Isree ltcollectionasandlmeai CL Pftioc lt ksIratlrnlwIkII iI iMpriissluu as IIII 15IO + th rs r 4UM MB teUM 04 persr1v Ia ts uiI erW unless Itwei wJfc 1bowslatct Pull Gaaranteed by IIaA Bobrrte m dragils ifcv t TWCity Ciottwii t of i oC lWfIl do aa follows l HeetioI 1 TW the- waeri ttH City tSpri i1 faciag Covinjj J otl the JEaat aWe thereof bsj- slag Jat Main tres0anci r ffffch tbe KIM aide iTb r v 4 0 High Street be and tliar JIIUIJC Ott AJrfPOa oI fitripeiyepr a i4ttl WcrWaXYeifl sidb iuW eiYs1SWasdtobshr rood kawt bckski said s S pIssed alo iie 1 cf said sidewalk nw to 1 iNs thai two and oas haW p wiIflvinchesi th kaSection That tbe r 1 wars l euv of ry feciig Cfefinfiorf f iI1 o tbe Weatsid 1 liiog at Main Street and aorUt wiUl w side f to High BtfeeiW w d tppfirt ontered topei ca e M JQvlytoa Tel Lis4r zapl4ive irosrtii wlkUe tsrag 1d j tt alkto W fe W =wide aa fa rpaved either good jrete or food bird bricklacbhg to utsdRe boro iNit not lasmthaa ti 4 lbait et wide ye i ci mt N and Iff feet ioog Sections Tat foiyjfa1ti owners olth city of niKy IscMg Ooringtaii A vest rVv 1 JC t tide thsmrf UgB ing at H1gh8tceet and naiiBj ocb with the ZaMideth roGrai4y Aviuebs andi i are hereby ordered to pss ffft aid CovuNfioa AyeBttt hi Iwijl f their reapeeeif iMuyeiey a sidewalk and crbiag mktfelib t walk 4 efftfeef wMk asil e aredettber with gq d eioev ertei or good bard ofki feai cvrbiag to be file it slbeT llii edceof eaM M Jmlk iiabs sIthsetwasbaltlett WiJe ftoiis0k Aivfor48ec4ioo4 TbM bItW wsrzotbeciyet SprtagsWi KJ f1lAe N is thtag bs Cat Waln t streoi aM rn JIW bbs th s ktreCoT b Asss are mbiIsrdEcadtof Grmmdy AtosMO in front of r srrspYepNy a IM i i lkLaderWafasid MW 1 t be fM loot wkU Mttd to lit pared withi ettbor good tettt brick of tood oooorete salt cttrbioffto be piaoed akmg lit tottfor edg of aoii sMowfcifc aJMl F beoilI M tbaa two and llf1jds Ivit iiti M k aod Ivt iMi iklor Soc4k Said sssIk aM isaM ctrWog tobo pet aM W forbyths- o i fiag Mid AremM eejo- lerty owaev to pot la aod jsftjF for i koat Pon ia frost oi ta OY MrJnie p See Jtllaid carbine to bo Es 1It d 01 b O 1ft 1107 0 8 4io7tMsiield iriiwUt er cu I srsiordk JIll 4 ii yotOetbu 4thsjIsW Wabe sad- akI11 MS P srty OK aali At as pro W4 ay law 8 1JiwiIk sd- IEobspst ia ai- deruiroIMpsIJ cnwflJOB H Lowis flbfor AsUMMoCoUtir tJ MN ttv apt latl 1TtT11 1 AUPA- w j aa 9po n from too rec May 1am TWeAaguat 7 iIlIeOIatnl avo1ieosOtby Ms ssi tI 4aara toa lofV aaw Ha ttoa yv if they fail MvsryWbozst the Red Qroos Drag eoro 1Ilrfl ILl I rw1 JI TFI V L E A D FTr NEWSiDtR yuYTSIuAT- r t miIAYEAPIJNADVANOtI h i SPRIMGFIELDvKY l lf i Z L11DAVISONjr w 1 ij Tj1fl bIBI nottces 10cintP l ci S iI U SIrtdp f wM e CMHdate i politic aRatt tijJ1t m re tlow ci rates ti toijgasfr twitt1ag eojttwwl mftffetqn Ubera Vv1rIi D WtarI ftBllresolutlQnsof r apeoi tr igtprI1i tt oty M i i Koc ii trtfltJlllces f F r TAURDAY AUG 15 1907 b l ANNOUNCEMENT siBfi VSte are authorized to announce J Rogers Go eQf Sprfngfiela a candi i1 a tz for State Senator from the Fif- r 0f te ith Senatorial Districttc Oml0SCd- t T ofMarfonV Washington and Taylor counties subjecttto the action of the DemocratIc patty L Tf WiUon on Liquor Question r t tf HoK A E Wilson theRe- b i Vublwan candidate for Gnvernoi k 1bas expressed himself and his position on the liquor question of 5 in plain and unmistakabla terms f fi his speech at Ma jsville h fsaid he can idtes nominatea by tita Republican party stand upon their platform asfollpwa tfffe favor the enamenta1 enforcamentrof a uniform local dption law with tha cpunty as the governing annt and alsO There should be prompt arid efficient J enforcement of the + criminal law of eyery kind aud at all times but especially aii iJ fftbis time do we call for the rigid t enforcement of the law against ithose forms of crime which un erthe repent administration off justicej in Jmany communtiies have gone practically unpun shed J YOn this platform I accepted tbeno l iioriTo the fulfill J VJBpnt of the principles of this 1plaffoim J am pledged in letter andy spirit and honor All ray I days t1tie striven sh1crey and iaiibfuliyJor temper anceard 1 4 laave practiced what rpreached v itp precord of itaking jthialoons mans money thou i sanHs and tlb sands of dollars pfij too to get into office and then throwing them down- 1 i f Awhile I refuse to make answer to the demands that haw beu r present d a SC methin g V wbich Ii must answer under pains t and panalties threats and disorder loss and defeatI take gretty pleasure In saying that I t most earnestly believe in real temperance butnot iu a sham grand stand temperance lam most seriously and un i relentingly opposed to intemper ance whether in the man who parades asa temperance re J former or in thE victims of the habit or temptation believeunrelenlingly in the rule of the majority of the coun itryo f State off county city and majorityJdecides something that the mi Inority seriously dislikes and objects tdr provided it is cosnii 1 ivtutidnal I jJ rf believe that unless those saloons whith are disorderly tnd V are breeding places of crime art f snut upandJail that remain are 1 j regulajfetture of the rigbttosen in cas of any Abuse of the privilege the people will speedily wipe out J J t the whole system afaias it ib humanly practicable do so absoluteitalarge city and I believe vlmt T ft ie attempt to do it simply i vbrings the aw into co lea Pt it and makes a great many people ffeiJtjel that thjare are llaws that j canjot be op yed which iis a- iL rery dangerous iidea in a gay fertimeiit of the people- t On the other bandcouldI not be considered a safe man for k Gpverjnoi if it yielded or gaye cbuntenaree to a fanatical ce Riband for beijmmediate extinct hiOOanadesttuctionolall that 1ia inveetfedi in the mahnfactui r Ot Spirit Every con 4rvative and tffo1ghttul man r i ptltfwtfai or can ealilv find out that p 2 ir4 have morja than our share in- J Kitu ikyJlvesitll in these i u 4 rJ itiil ipwoly mbre rather t t V 1iilil jLajOXpOOt ahd tha VPO metrler tan lless t 2cxxh ieti are at work 10uSi1 b41Af tthe various jIII tI i3y thet labor It IrthekfiIiestt i and that prtmore likly j more rather than less than half geb1nltjnolluterals of tbs bsines anfc while every sen jible mn shouia Qittneasuresto ments in theie I nesand change a them to other fi Ids no sane orff Wiseinancon emand dostruc iveand 7confiscatbfy measures except against lawbreakers fj Tf Years 11 Bed j JFor tm years wasconflred to my bed with dfsaas e of my kidneys writes R AGray J P of OaKville Ind It was so s vere that 1 GouldI not move pail bf the HmeII conJ svled the very est medical skill available but tou d get no relief un til until JFoleyS Kidney1 Cure was recommendBd lie It hasbeen a Godsend to t1eStld by the Red Cross Drug Storej MQQR71LLE The copious a nsot Fridfay tnd Saturday live cheered the farmes up con iderable Ihe JS oEbada good meeting at MO reSViIIt llaif Sat urday night ip Mr Parmer Ghesser Has removed near Bloemfield Mr Warren Pile and family jf Simmstown visited Mr Jeff Smith last JSunjIay Mrs Lula BeileTruax is sick With typhoid fever at her mothers Mrs Mattie Geode of this plqce Several of pur men went to gettigoceriesMfcJas Qyahour village blacks shi spent last Sunday in LouisvilTjth liis children Mfss Louellaojett- spent fast week with MiseammdE- tnnia Pile L hn4hisMrs Mary Rose Jury expects l to make Louisville her future nome Mrs Susie M Hendren of visitingberparenJs Smith of this place J O nand John Ellis went to Danville lastSaturday on abusii ness trip They returned home pnSundav IiTheIi uslWillMr Claude Hendren and wife of Jeffersonville spent last Sun grandprentsMr There tIllbe an ice cream supper at Booker Thursday night August 22 for the bjeneti Everytiody rJ Several from here w IittoVnlfev Hill schoolhouse last Sunday evening to hear Bro Williams preach Sweeney ed church anlILQUiSCUlll I lEdSymday l i MIllisburg Severall frpm here attended the funera of Misj Grant Hays tMt Zion 1asthaturdHS MisseS Mary and Margaret N eof Springfield visited rel tives at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr G W Shirley wife and clauglitef aid Mrs M V Crouch pent Sunday at TW T Wens Mrs John Sutberand landff daughter Mrtle attended the funeral of Mr Lonzo Hahns child at Fairview Tuesday Mr Edgar Brown of Galifor nia was in our towr Monday Mr Bob Murjphy and Mr A owins of BlfomfieldI visited SB Yeager Sunday- Mr Frank Gil lis cf Fairview spent Monday at Mr John Cot vins Mfi Oscar Colvin is spending a few weeks at Cornishvilie The angel sf death visited the hPine of Eld J ASims Sunday night and claimed their oldest son Will aged 25 j ears He bad been sick four yeebs with that dreaded disease ty phoid fever He lleaves a wife one child father mother fiye sisters and one- Brother The- funeral loolpmattbpS Obris pJriceoriMonday An able discon se was delivered by Eid Aimstea when his remains were laid to rJ2st in the Fairview cemetry Another bond of love and kindness has ben severed another home has been robed of its dearest earthly tie Thus our heayenly Father comes alld takes cur treasures one by pnethathemay turp our affections from the things of this world and place them on things eternal for where our teares are our hearts ill be also Lurea Blood Skin Diseases Can ctS 1 catest Blood Purifier Free if your biyiLJmpure thin disI lease hot oi fu1Tyhave blood poison cancer carbunples eating sores scrofula eczema itching1 yskitism or blood or skin disease 1Soonstop and the blood is made pure and perlargeBlood Balih Co Atlanta Ga B Bf BJis especially advised for chronic eepseated casesasit cures after else fails 9lyrI PiiHiam IWe have been absent for some time and will attempt to jotuOwn a fewit ms We had a much needed last Friday and Saturday Crops are shortin this sectionir Corn will make but little over half a crop and over the nor part Washington county there will nOt be more than one fourth of a crop of tobacco loused this fall this shortage strengthens our belief that divin0 powers working with the fr of B iin their fight to geti fheir just Iireward for their labor We are ihformeu by good authority f rI IIThe I WaSMIIgtOIII I I I I County Fair i Il I t 1tt f I August 284 L Days t II Bids fair to be one of the best of its 45 years of existence t Dp tI The Fir t Day is ii I jjjt 3 i3 I f Ladies DayII J anda liberalsum has been set aside as premiums I for their handy work v School Children i I TheScond Day is School Childrens Day when all the chilenwjlI be admitted free 9n thSecond- Day a fihe G cart will be presented toih nd somest Girr aby under one ear old antFjii the evening the Best Turnout for single horses and Pony Turnout J ix jf tt IS f jI l jh1J THlRtj4i- R LBoYBahyuder willLPesentedafineGoc L T st kt-F ttt 1tM Fl A StartlingII sShodageh0 In CCoalIIr x f 41 j 1 FillI your CQalHq se during the Sunirner oryourfamily may suffer next winer TbiSisn 1 ah iYertlslhg schem I have no desire to deGleve the people 1 4tJ Gi Read the fo11owig from the press dispatches of Tuesday July 16 t v 4 i aio r r3t i IICOALF AMINE IN MIDSUMMER ff tie iev Butte ilonfeina July I5i Although he middleof summer a serious coal U amine is felt throughout the North t ri1 vestern States The Northern Pacific G n Montana js obliged to btirn Hock Sng Valley Ohio coal notw th stan tS inK strenuous efforts to secure ad JI litionaT locall supplies A Spokane t VlQntanal agent has orders for 2Q3 6 ar5 but has been able to secure only ineteen It is difficult to get any oat from Canada as the Canadian overnment forbids export of Cana vI 1 iS I lian coal until home demands are Nththwesternqtay night 6 jut are all away behind in their oJders- i i i A great shortage exists on the Pa V cific coast The Government has t v blienobliged to order 50000 tons sent U froiii Baltijnore to the naalstations J4n the Pacific co stLast winter- f nyhen the great coal famine prevailed i i arranedwith1 believe are prepared II to e wiIhave hand5in Igure success of Jh business Ifftouwintthe4coal gneus your oidei 4id we will it promptly You afforp put thIs time you will logo Remember we arE heagq attestfor best that is tfJ dt JT 1 tft Ft ttt i a 1it1it J jthat in the big tobacco counties inejVoodfordthey haveline corn wheat and MiOl Drastically no tobacco Is thinot suthClenr evlut icunviince us that our wants rq in accordance to the wilt of th Devine Master We have saic all along to reduce the acreag and our aim would soon be acj hffor usI to do but the Diyin Ruler has we beliftve reducer the crop to les than 60 peu cent in the Burleb district Mr John Bakor and wife visi ted U G Scott and family las week DO Shewm ier bought 2 head of sheep fiom J C MltcbeHI J at 55O per head nCa G and W E Foster bough 25 bead sheep from Saunders Morton Coj at S 6nO per head rMr nhaII this writing v b II Born to the wife of Ezra DeI ringer a girl Mr Dq Derringer tl4 tliresher men while threshin near Bloomfield atUrnpted w ul4hisl ed it at the elbow it was thouI forsome time that his arm couU be saved but his family rece aniptation to saVe lrDerringer life Vlnit last heard from he vas doir 7wellI able to return home soon M Dorringer is at Norton infinriai in Louisville Bros Hatch ott and Sommer nre conducting a series 0 meetings at Brush Grove Black and Johnson are lmvn a now of painting don about their store Everybody Should Know says C G Hays a prtfmSnen huines tnnof flInt Mr that Bucklens Ai nica Salvo the qnickestv and surest hcaltn salve ever applied to a sore burn or voundyor to a case pi niles Ive used it and know what iI am talking i bouV Gunr an teed by rtso Druggists HaJdonIlObC Thor Hill V- jt M Rov Fen wick liS riturn ell to Crbi a t 11 plaiat t aulIMrsI Mrs Plir n and dau litc r Agnes 11l1to rett rneJ homo a lei a pleasrtnt visit to Mr B i Hay on and tam ly r1aicf r1 Mr Bell Lan am1 is visitin j his son Mr Jim Lanhain ttt Fairfield this weak Ray Logsdon bonght iwplve shoats from M Will Coylt price unknown MUsAdray Cmary of tns place antI Miss etBarke1 fien wick were in UStuartsvill Saturday an4 Sunday Mr JimrAnderson and Mn GraceFont were quietly marrii at Texas last we 2k j Misses May md Della an Mr Will Logs on were ktl guests of Miss Iatties Logsflotj Sunday lie1guest1 lie1 Saturday night away his little fifteen raonlh ol chitd alsO Mr EliJMobley idud ILi at bis home onTicic creek Silt urday morning Mother lathe sister and brother we extend oiirj sympathy f iif nary and Miss Mollie Tdt r attended the mi at Perryville last week 7 Mr G W Fenwick was i Lebanon last week pn business Miss Lucile Purdom was the ylastRev Rogers will preach at Hardins Chapel Tuesday night Aug 27th Everybody invitedI Logsdoqandsot11Rayt Mackville Sunday evening Forgetmenot no Rewsrd The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that thereis at feast one dreaded disease that science has been able to id all lta stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis case requires constitutional taeiat ment flails Catarh Cure is tike snternally acting directly upon the blood and raucous surface of the system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the patlsnt strength by building up the conetitution aid assisting nature iin doing its wot k The proprietor have much faith iirf its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for list of testitnoaiaU Address F J Uheney li Co TolcdoO- Sold by druggists 76ci Tike Halls Family Pills for consU nation Commissioners Sale Mrs Mary iE Williams ndro c rift VS InEquity Fran es ilcllvoy ctcal Dft Hv virtut of a Judgment and Vrder of sale of the Washington Circul Court rendered at the May tern WOi in the above stylkcause I shill proceed to otrerJor sale On the pr mpnear rUn Washrngtop- comity Keutucky on TIIUIISDA V sl piE fnEn i5 1907- ttAi oclock PiM or there about to tht highest biHUr at public auction lt upon a credit of one two and three years the following described prop erty to wit A certain tract or parcel of landI the waters of Lick Creek in WashIon astbeechICreek ale John Moores mill known as Cammacks Mill thence up and tvlth meander of said 2235S pales to the old John Nicl n6r thence with the old Nlel l creekI 33 W 7212 poles to where now Joins thence with his part a slid line S W 13 pole to a stone GrigsbrthetlcJJcnl1a11lbank uf said cfcek thence up and with the mearidefs of said creek 174 15 poles toin old elm opposite where a house nov stands thence 73 E 101 poles toa stone near the edgjI of the bif bluff thcncN 83 ESSTpoles poletoNI race just below Duncans branch thence up banks ef sOlid acejL4 pole to head of said race corner tV Mj Cheser thence with said Chessera fence leaving a small bottdnon right hand 33 poles to another fence coming from a water gap thence with said ferfce 8 polestosouth bankx of said qreek thence with the mean ders of ald crt ek 90 poles to the oldI mill corner also a road through the lauds of Henry Scott to Long Lick Creek farm containing 201 acres more or q for the purchases plcc the Iurr clhaser or purchasers with approvell l security or sureties must ycecute bonds bearing legal inteVest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment A Hen will be retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders wiltbe required to comply promptly1 with these terms V M G LEACHMAK M cL W jC flBKiNGs NEW DISCOVERY Will Surely Stun Thit Ceftfflkr in the Northwest barns fenceseven floors of houses were burned for fuel bylargeand Cana aTbisyearit is claimed that the entire product of Australian mines will be needed at home also fromCancrease of population in its Northwes impossibletheply the local demand v PaclflchauledScotia to Alberta to help supply the Suffering settlers What the people of the Northwest to wit Montana WashingtonOregonadd California are going to dQr for coal the coming wjnter is a serious question Long ago the authorities we cant off the ti of tqqiri the i 0 irCCCafflpa1llKentucky loll Stat ticket this fall1md the campaign and election will be strenuoue You cannot keepiosted unless you read a Democratic naper thst prints THE RWS without or favor The Louisville 1 Timeslb Does This VVe have made a specialhimited arrangement wbereby we can sndbymaitS The Times FIVE MONTHS The NewsLeader 12 MONTHS For OnlyZ235 Send your orderjor the com hi nation to THIS PAPER no to The Louisville Times AT Once as the offer wilr positively be withdrawn SEPTEMBER 1 r A NEED JUST LIKE SLEEP r the Iii tlno4 of Nnturni D tJaona Iu iauldndtpThe mOst convincing fact in proof ot QtIvd by Toxursky In relation to au old woman In ttu lifetime of Toxarslcy I begged an aciuainttnce of his to 6b tutu for me the details ot this most In teresthjff ase of which tkhad fquud but an iueouipfote statement Tax arsky iinfortnnntoijr cpuld add nothing to what ho had published bs article I bollevq howevr that I have found the source train Avhlch his Instance had been taken In his book upon the physiology of taste whIch hall It l1pyot celebrity IIrII to her bed she had re tnined all her faculties and her condl 1tlou wns only betrayed by her loss of appetite and the weakening of her voice She bad always shown a fond for me and 1 was near her bed Ins ttountely Teady toawnltonhcr watchingherever had for the things and eveut sur pboW1hecsnunti I auf here at your service and iIi think you would do well to truce- a little goodl old wine Give mOn jiml One can always swallow liquid I hastened Itals Ifiig her gently I made wlf1Ilrlghtened for a moment j1 lug Ji mu w1thCC8 which had niAk beciiVery flue Thank you she for thlklnst favor If over suldII sleeplthy age 7011 will thud that death These weieiier last words Hah an hour later shfeliail fallen asleep forev JOIstnnceTime instinct was shWn at a relatively In ti person who had retain enrlY1ge intellectual tuduitiespro 1t Jfetchnlkpft in Hamper Uulldingf character Is far more Imp or- tact thRill buldlug castlesTz1maru- Ltaes I IrI I rr i t sst t ifwere warned that the coming winter d r fwould show h 40 per cent shortage of coal but it looks as if the 40 per cent Jrrshortage had already arrived All the railroads are largely increasing 1 dtheir train service and thus constant r ly consuming more coal When theSt Paul is finished to Seattle they t f will require 0000 tons VeT day for f arairoad use not to mention the new rirX jfthenew AFor two years past few mines have fIIbeen opened For one year past no IIif coal lands have been entered the f Preslient having withdrawn 68000S t 000 acres of coalland feo public iVre itTheJsumption has not yet comlli ncedt AIITheeXistingfamine1scausedtiYthe t i and for railroad use f that war fill to it money 1it lot cure said less fear in you IIIII wr wr 1 GeoJJ iem ilt The SpringfiIdarid Washington court H new Maker wifl have a z IIciit5 Rate Sale it to last until he can take up new quarters cia the- wellI known WTLachman place of butMHi 1 T will move to the above pUce n oibothefirgSeptember 1907 An pod will be stIIof 15 to 20 Pert Celt less tai Bejilir Price V 7i 1tit11ttrfotto l are SMK tf the Prices Iwtli jdt t iorI Wafon Breechkf I a Double Hip reguarprice 500 reduced ib ttt42sU ufu n 551 reduced toh T 4TStt IIinch It ri U 615 xeducei to 585J S WagnLiiie J 7 + r 78xl6feet regular price 220reiced to L4sf1x16II IAU 270 reduced too11x16I itfeduced to 4 l2II I iic IJ 5 II i4Ir jij5 I i i 1 lxHu IF 2 15 redllCeQtoEl 1 a lx1uflr 191 rdicedt i l orkid1 7It r78 inch regul r price 95cred ce4 to 7iSc I 1 U L15 reduced tor i11II tL 159rtdW efltta pi3s l t Ritd Fak Halters ILsgTIzs itIlnc1 5 lngs regular price lie reduced to rLJ E a 4 11II If S5cueilacedterJ7I IiII U II tt s5cJeaucedtb 85t Sewd WITH Bck TILL Haks 11- g 1 iInch 8 ningsregu1ar price Sll3 reduced to iA11 I11 ii iedLigdto ft11II II I II 17o reduced t0 41 4 t j 1 BuggHrse rrMy 1250 Harness xedvcedVa I1U09 f Myl500 Bmess reduced to 11215fMYS25QOHan1 saredQCeatO175r r jfThis applies td all I have in stckand to alIcwkrs pacwitk I sto11tbatthegoodswUlTills h Mt to to DM CM 4ii3 i JUT NScscuw- Lsmsai tJ To wioicontyTjvt this rofay the lII re Wockl gjLlbecol cn knKeep me and mjnroea employed and joa wiil o fl4 by if George J BegemtmI iiiii rI ii 4uIuI rpPARIS GGREEN I IBug Brand IIt The KIlls 0ct r 1t HaydonbrtnYzgiICOftMER MUG STORE 1ul rtHJJlu IHJWDENT DENTIST i lKTM EXTRACTED MtTHort PAIN9 OiSItiiaa oikp iihu cor ipKIiGJPIJLD xtp apfJ M Work Strictly Fixitclm t l1llFd t AllJDE 4jI aid Sireoi I41 O e s hpurt 8 to 9 am- f ito2pnp- sess over HtydonV Drugstore IpL inpton M D f lilfceMOfcri I usi rI f I4crhoitHeKUWclICcN 3 WFQR1GSBY I 4 ATTORNEYAT LAWS OIiee8YK Feops Bk sPmN9FIitD KY ZtoBAR M WYATT 0 RIBARDSHYATT- i Pbyi1 S llIdoXUteOns Oac6Yer CWij Hagans grp errjOJi opposite Presbytsrian bir lt PtW W Ray fSfc MmsURtEcJNf O ce byer Havdon Robert aosDruI StOre Phones I Office 115 I j Residence 172 JWIN YMAYES WIERAL IdECTOR UnllCEN EMBALMERs C1ELEPHON DAYIIQJNLGHT74 i PRIlGPIELD n r 0 HaI road Schedule Following thetime schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield branch railroad I41Leayes Louisville at 430 pm Bardstown Junction 522pmjpardstpwn 606 pm arrives at Bpringfaeld705 p m iTo 42 Leaves Springfield at dBvrdoWdalsrriv+ at Lomsyille 740 am No 48 Leaves Louisville at 820 fiiin iBardstown Junction ClO am Bardstown 1100 am arriyes at Springfield 1280 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm Bardstown J notion 435 pm arriv a at Louisville 545 pm t f No 90 Sundays only Leaves BprinKtiel at71o amBards tori8 am Btdtown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 835 am jLouj JmctioD 645 pm Bardstown 7ftO p m arrives a Springfield 8i5 pm t t KILLTHE COUCH9 AW CURE THE LUNGS wITH Drrlings New Dscovery 110110 8 BrPICJFist II All AlL TllltAT MllUH TIIUIlU- 11AltAJrTUD 8ATIIlA rro- KOxoxY U7U3tDZD 4 Jasper on Market Mr Jisper Whalleo formerly with Mr JBT Kearns of Leba TitiihrKyi lJ is now associated with Ify L Smith Market Street between 3rd and 4th Louisville ICy We cordially inVIte out frjILdIIand your friends to cal pA m whsn in the city and to iaead us orders for any goods yLmynEed t LStrktIkies 225 to 4 t1 Pir w BMtkiii tend 100 te ercue v 111We ship to all points from BwityiUe House J or from 423 t yii 425 State Street New Al M jJ indiana t iffIfj L Smitht c 4 Jr rGc Cl 1 i1thT o band plentyt ot graini lJaiieotbe beMiiMira 1 tiiaber rAt th tame ti m dL w E Boy t 8rial4 Ky dJ f ji fiM I1 TOWN fr rtflttL fVV V VVV JUWwV Local Happenings of Interest the Freshest and Latest 2 AH Ab utYourself Friends I fand AcquaintancesI 1 JIY IT F M Committed Suicide A private telephone message received here from Louisville before we go to press states that exf yor paul C Barm com pitted suicide at that place f esterday by shooting himself l Gat jar tops and gums at Lawrences grocery j Trr Satisfaction best coffee j PSc at Lawrences grocery- WANTEDWhitegirls aswait resses at the Walton Hotel Stone jars and fugs all sizes 73c per gallon at Lawrences grocery Pruit jars pints quarts half gallons cheap atJ Lawrence grocery V You dont have to go to Leba non to get your furniture call atCampbells Seethe sweetest thing made now on display in our show win dow McElroy Shader See our new line ot rocjdng chairs iil you need one or more for the fairi at Campbells Buy th o Fairbanks Morse en gines and crushers best made i N G Marks Agt r OutvRed Band Brand Candies have the lead Price 5c per one fourth pound lOc per pound McEiroy Shaderc Machinery lof all iiri soverji at N G Marks machine Gasoline enginesa speci- altor Just think a pound of choice candy for only 10c One fourth pound of chocolate for 5c McElr ySbader Have your knives plow points cycles cythes and lawn mcjwers ground at my sbopiNG Markst t Just received a full and fresh lot of Red Band Brand of can ies Sells at lOc per pound t McElroy Spader FOR SALE A black mare wit work anywhere also a 2year old Waco Par ally t 1MEverybodyxian eat candy when they can buy a pound for lOp j Try ourRed BandBrand McEiroy Shader Strengthenslhe digestive organs and cures indigestion If Mionk fails to do this the cost 59c a box will be refunded by ithe Red Cross Drug Store Wh ypay20c nd4Ocper pound for candies wbelyonj can get them fOr 1Oc and 20c per Jound at our store- McEiroy l Sb derr WANTED 200 jnen to pick seed corn good wages wriefor particulars j FUNK BROS SEED Co Blojpmington IlK Nothing like it ever seen Un poundofpound fine chocolate for only 5c McElroy Shader Isnt catarrh tha most dis- agreCabledisease you ever had Breathe Hyomdis medicated air and get quick relief and lasting cure Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Mr Jam es N Anderson and Jflrs GracerFonlz were married at Texas on last Thursday by RevR L Purdom The groom is a popular farmer and the bride is a daughter of Mr Henry 1Whitemanmer of the countv The ladies of the New Hope Baptist church will give an ice cream supper at Bodker station Thursday evening Aug j2f begln Uiprat4S oclcck for the be f ySew Hope Baptist huffi8rYb9dv is coidiallv- iavitedw L Pr Baker had good success with his horses at the Perryville fair He captured first in a roadster ring with his bay ars and also took two second premiums itqh stallion Sunshine Mt Baker is at ShtpherdsyiUe this week with bis horses u iiiiiiiiij lUiiUo cesntJcurBreathe Hyomei and its heall lug medication goes to the very place plate where the catarrh germ are and destroys them Complete outfit 100 The Red l Cross Drug Store sell on guarantee I DabS iM Campbell reports Vi lie court day last Monday as being rather a dull one About 75 cattle on the marketofja mixed quality ranging in price from 2f cents to 3f cents milk cows from 3 to 40 per head Only one mule colt buyer on the market but only gof a few at prices ranging from 85to 65 Lots of plug horsesQ11the mar eet but not many sales made The home of Mrs M jL Searcy was the scene of a perry little party on Thuisday after noon August 15 lrotIi 3 to 6 the occasion beingS 4m honor of Mrs Searcy s little granddaughter Miss Louise Searcy of Nera Visa New Mexico Att ihe appointed hour eighteen of her little friends assembled and most happily passed the hours as thevengaged in childish games At five oclockl the way Was led to the dining room where ices cakes bou bons mints and salted almonds were servedj The color scheme of green and white was carried out in the decorations as well as in the refreshments At six oclock when t0 little party broke each one voted Miss Louise a most charming littlehostess declar ing they haa never had a better t time on the morning of the third CountyFairJersey cov s which should bring out a large number of competitors i The total premium is 25 divided into four All cows j1 competing for these premiums must be taken to the fair on the evening before the day on which j the ring is shown and milked idi the presence of the jjudges They are to be milked again inf he rIng the following day and the milk saved and tested as toI butter fat General appearance en quantity of milk is to count i 50 percent and butter fat 50 per cent Cows which Ire notl brought to the grounds ton the eyening of the Eecondday to be milked in the presence of the judges will positively notj be allowed to be exhibited Deaths Mr William Holderman a well known citizen of the county died at his home on Sunday last after a short illness of flux The deceased was about o5 years of age and leaves a wife and seven children The burial was at the old Hall burying ground and Rev J L Brewer preached the funeral l Mr Eli Mpbley an old citizen ofthe county died at his home on- Tick Creek about 8 miles from SpringGeld on last Satur day of typhoid fever Tim deceased was about GQ years of age and was an honest an J hard working 4man He is survived by a wife and eight children The funeral took place at Mack yule The eighteen months old ire fant of Mr and Mrs Tom Sallee died Sunday andwas buried at Bethlehem on Monday Death of Miss Hays A particulaily sad death and one which was a severe blow to her relatives and many friends in this ccunty was that of Miss Skllie Grant Hays which oc curred on last Friday afternoon at the Jewish Hospital Louis ville Miss Hays hadt been in bail health for some time and a few weeks ago submitted to a surgical operation andvas thoueht to be recovering but a week ago suffered a relapse and the second operation proved fatal1J Miss Hays wds a daughter of Mr James B Hays of the Western part of this county and was 27 yeaas orage She was a young woman of charjning per sinality and her bright and sunny disposition made her friends everywhere Her death will bathe cause of deep regret iu a large circle of friends and tWill be a sad blow to her aged lather who has the sincere sym pathy of all in his sad bereave melt Theluneral took place at Mt i f Ti F STYLISH FALL HATS Ant Veils For The Fir Come and buy a new hat for the Fair Newest 7 s in Hats and Veils willi l be displayed Saturday IIstyl next week r Come in and see them at Miss Kntts a =Postoffice 5 the neighborhood IZionchurchinhome on Saturday tlast PERSONAL Miss May Lampton who has been attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of Msicreturne4 home Saturdaj Miss Lillian Anderson is visi 1Mfs1 mett McEiroy of Kansas City and Mrs Hugh Phillips McChord of Hopkinsville l Sister Mary Lewis Logsdon daughter of Mr and Thos H Logsdon wasvisiting her parents this week She was also at toe home of Mrs Ri W Wathen onr last Sunday IMts W W Hyatt entertained Club and a few other friends yesterday afternoon Miso Olive M Morton of Louisville is the charming guest of Miss May me Donellyof near town Mi 5S Laura VanNatta returned to her home in Shelby viile after a visit of three seeks at the home of her uncle Mr M H Jones and family MrvO T Wathen and wife of Carriabelle Florida afer an absence of five years will arrive on the 27th to be the guest of bis lather R W Wathen Mr and Mrs Einmett Mc lroy of Kausas City arrived last Friday for a visit with Mr McElroys parents Mr and Mrs AC McEroy Mn Hewitt Craycro of South McAlister Indian Ter came in Tuesday to visit his relatives here Mr Rafe Knott of is visiting relatives here Miss Ella Shaunty and Mrs SJ Smock attended tbe funer al of Miss Grant Hays at Maple Hill Saturday Mr Go A McAtee and sister liss Ella w ho have been visit tog friends and relatives in Ma rion and Washington counties have r tuned to their home in pincinnatil Mrs Alice Funk of LoUIS- ville is visiting Mrs Nannie Leachman and other relatives here Mr William Peter and wife of Alrastead were guests of Mr and Mrs C D Robertson the latter part of last week T hey are visiting relative s at Mack villa now e Misses Mae Bell Gibbs and Ellen Gregory were guests of MissMary Hope Carpenter of Eerryville and attended the fair last week Messrs Will dud Joe Ed Tcpinpson who have employ meflt in Pittsburg Pa V are at home for a vacation Mrs Ardis Brown returned frbm Kansas City Mb lastFri d yaftEr spending several months with her sister Mrs Stephen Brown Mrs W K Marks visited in Louisvillel a few pays last wetk Miss Lillian VauCleave ofk Louisville visited herousin Mrs W Ie Marks llast week Dr Richard RoBards who has been at Herfdersonville sev eril months has returned1 Springfield was well represpnt ed at the Perry ville fair lat MulL Colts WANTED i B a Fox Company will be at Springfield Ky County Court Day Monday August 261Q7- o bu ibo mule colts and 50 yearling I joIlJIICj week Mr and Mrs John Y Mayas M ss Sadie Mayes Mrs J B Howards A E Shultz Chris Hertfein and sisters Sophia and Wilhelmema Hood Cunningh im MissFlaget Simms Mrs Llord Haydon I Mary Haydon May me Kriott Sarah Anna J a od Nellie Simms and Messrs John P and Frank Simms we re a party that took in thcfiMiss M ude Hughesof Law tiofti I EtberlSearcyj Rev R E O Lawson is at 4atharn prings this week- fProL iStith Thompson 0 Indianapolis iis yisiting here Sweeney Hagan who has been in Denver Col for ayear is at home Dr JB RoBards was at Catlettsbjurg last week Miss Kate Mayes and Miss Sue Duncan have returned fro a weeks tayat Griffin Springs p Mr Gj C Wharton and Mr WD McEiroy have returned 1 from Tdtham Messrs Geo Robertson Lewis Kelly and Charles and Clifford Roberts attended thj Perryville fair last Friday Miss MatteJMcGill will enter tam her friends at her country home east of town this eyeninp Miss May McCarney who has been visiting Misses Jennie Mc Uabe and Fannie Smith has re turned toherhomein Lexington Miss Jennie McCabe is Visiting in Louisville this week Miss Nannie Sknmsleft tolay to visit Miss Vrginia Barbour at Shepherdsville Mr Henry Edelen of Bards tcwn spent several days here this week Mrs R E C Lawson will return from Henderson Friday accompanied by Mrs Wood bridge Mr Will Vvharton is in Chica g9thisweek Mrs Chapeze Wathen and children of Owensboro are visi trbg Mrs T W Simms Misses Jennie Cok hdoph and Miss Sallie May Williams of Maple Hill are visitin Mrs W F Grigsby Mr Ed Kelly of Louisville a former resident of this ounty is hero visiting relatives Splingfieldbovi far West is visiting relatives here this wfeek Benedict has a good position with a mercantile firm at a jmbujitain town near Denver Colorado Rev Father PIeters pastor of the Catholic church at Freder ickstown has returned from a visit to his old hone in Belgium Father Pieters reports a pleasant visit but says he isglad ttdget back to tne country of his adop tion once more Mr and Mrs Charles Main tire have returned from Mende county after a visit with relati ves Mr Will Curry of L uhville iis here this week NOTICE V All persons who own have the custody of or control of any dog within thecity of Spring field without having paid the license jjax thereonas provided by Ordinance oo or before Mon day Augfjst26 will be proceeded against as provided by law W FGRIGSBY City Attorney iCmiiren in Pam neyer cry asdo children who are suf fering from hudfeer Such is the cause of all babyJwhO cry and are treated fprslckuess vhen they really are suffering from hunger This IB caused from their food not being iaS fimilated but devoured by worms A sew doses of Whites Creau VerDi i fncre will cause them to cease crying and begin to thriv at once Give it trial Sold by the Tied Cross Drugr Store WIIIr ivs f Statement of receipts and tits bursements of the city of Springfield Ky for shCjinonths ending July1st 1907 Receipts from Bunesand Professional l License 101195 Dog License 3400 moo Ad Prop and Poll Tax 32568 1907 Ad Prop and Poll Tax 442021 Curbing and Sewer Collections 11700 Fines and Forfeitures 23250 Note for Money Borrowed 100000 I ITotalm 714134 Expenditures for Public Water and Light 13375 Police Department 42735 3254SfFirDepartment Charity and Cemetery 10575 Supplies for City 5580 Miscellaneous Liabilities 11875 Salaries tgCity Officers J 26775 Note for IandTotal j h30S8Deficit in Treasury Manuary 1st 1907 9640 CashnalanceinTreasuryjuly 1st 1907 326880 x S7U134 t M MChoGiv Clerk We ndver repent of eat1go1t- ic Wasone of the ten roles of Thomas Jefferson president of the United States and the rare applies to euery one without exception du ing this hot weather because lt1a hard for food even irf small quanti ties torie digested when the blood is seatproperly We should also help the siomach ae much as possible by the usecof a little Kodoll foi Indigestion and Dyspepsia which will rest the stomach by digesting he food Uself Sold by the Rdd Cross Drug Store FOR SALE 1I will unless sold privately on Saturday September 28 offer for sale to thehighstbid- der the bouse and lot on Leba non Streeti known as the Leach man Home An opportunity to buy a nice home cheap Good stable and grass lot for cow and horse Will gladly show pros ppctive buyers through house atjanytime For further particu lars apply to pr address f34StNotice I will have my herd of Duroc Jersay hogs at the Springfield I Fair on Thursday the secord I day All whQ are interestedju I fine hogs are corJmlly invited to I CU1 and Inspect my herd J E SHELBY t DeWitts Little Ra iy Rtser dont cken or gripe Small pills easy to take Sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store Commiisioner Sale Lenora Carricp et al Plff EquityEmmaBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale pf the Washington Circuit IthereofI shall proceed to offer for sale at the court House door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 20 1907 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit one and two years the following ofiiscribed property towit Two tracts of land which He gether and form one body and situa ted in Washington county Ky and bounded as follows 1 Trat No1 Beginning at a stone corner to Cambrons land on North side of Springfield and HardinV creels road thence with sameas it meanders N 50 E 30 poles thence S 05 i E 40 pOles thence S 76iJ E 24 poles thence S73K E poles thence S 80 E poles thence N 88i E 25 poles poles thence N 73 E 18 poles thence Si82j E 43 pples to a stone and white oak corner to Bowles and Burks land on the north side of said road thence with Burks lirie S45 W lol poles to a stone corner to same tthence S 93 E 771 poles sugar tree teence S 361 a stone in Blincoes line toagumandi iW 98 poles to a stone below the mouth of a 29IW 40 12 pores to P stone in branch thence N 89 12 W 70 a stone corner to Jack saidiitat d thence with his line N 48 poles to a stone about 12 pole south of a buckeye corner to same and c Cambrons land thence with their ljne N 14 12 W44 poles to the begin ning containing 80 acres and 2 roods Tract No 2 Beginning at a wal nut tree on a branch thence N E 105 poles to a white Oak tree on the big road leading from the mouth of Hardins Creek to Springfield thence S 45 w 102 poTes toa stone corner to Martha Cambrons track thence With her line S 40 F s3 poles to said Cam bron7c lline thence up the branch N 50 E H3 poles to the beginning corner containing 28X acres making one connected body of land containing 114 34 acres For the purchase price the chaser Or purchasers with puriisecurity or sureties must bonds bearing legal interest from of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these term MG 14EACHMAN John Riah a prominent MO9 deatwQiiVfning la saysHI have selling DeWttts Kidney and pills for about a year ahd bladderi ibetter satisfaction than any ever s01d Tfercarea dozen here who bavifsed them nd they give pea feet itsfactio kzjer aie Xhave tfsedthem myHIff1k fins results Sqldby thtedC l DrtStorJ f I IIAll ExcoptonalBaTgainl 1 1 t i 1NAD1- ESDreas i 0r Skirts f 1 When taking stock we found we hail tod HHUqr I J Dress Skirts and in order to cut down the stock we will offer them at very low price The lotws 1 offer are all cut in GOOD STYLE I 1 and come in very desirable materials You shouU not fail td take advantage of this sale If you needrSkirt now or expect to buy one in the future as you may not have another such cance soon stJle If 1 r I WhiloDuc E on Jacket trimmed with white braid The Skirt k c l 1 in good style and trimmed with braid for 350 THE SUIT Reduced from 7 50 Tbisis aurely a barfjtiiu Nic9 Suit for the Fair l u i ffi Shirt Waist Suits One lot of Ladies Shirt Waist Suits for 98c tncTfi 50 u1iSuit red aced from 150 and 225 These arOf ryoulotsof good bargaibs TheRobortsouO1aybrookCo1 11 1 f INCORPORATED I IJ ii i i1 Ii Bargains Big oBargainlii AT COT I 1NtTIN AND GLASSWARE IVit Goo4Jargains iin Masons Jars Pirit irt lY quarts and half gallons 7 if My stock of Groceries is complete iA verytiM t vM Meat Lard Sugarand Ftour fS i I sold at closet prices for cash Country product 1is tr Jchange same as cash t it r J CASH PAID FOR EGGS i 4 t FIVE PERCEPT OFF FOtjCASMy I i i r tts eA w LAWRENCE = str 1 i i1i JIlltatIT r fe EVERYBODY II- t 1 t j t r t INvIIEJJ c j r rff ilif f I I t t r TO1visit our exhibition atd jit Springfield Fair J r The Best fire Fenc1t I oisr THE MARKET d 1 11 fNMWTWNEI Nr AIftiWPWOAS Made or the best hard sti wire thoro mzed The Idit they ae not driven down the met Mt awttto the rod Tlw heaviest woven Wft1ara rcc WRITE rOt pffia dO DESCMPT i 41 L WeaIsoKaixIIePittryJ f f FieIdFencesoff all kiuds i I fT Fariii1iitiofthiBe8t I ft BAMWvwi r v j A + I t i- r r wIA GflEAT EXHIBITION ml Ky 5ttFsir Offers t t iI I jrnlYl 1i iiiil jF WiiWMQASSlftCATION COMLLTVV vtiifeirI AsIf2 fW4SS Dp rtmnU Will Give trthr jfctT r lliV faiftmtlNrNtifeAttnfe 1 tve OipIay t f Tkee JIi disposltlnnpgn the part f teleneral pub1c4dIsp1ay dtIred1 t + KleBlI iirliei thff announcement Is mflijjjk plUff for a new exposition In tiMrt is iJ1 the ibial f country th- eaveMDcoIng r j father fast ot late t kt V MiJttoB exp eriehcebf the managers 1r ottfce aJi1e stown Exposition lends lull i wfigktto the argument xvhlqb favors s Jitligi them few and far ljetveen T1iIrsikii not the case hoxYe er with 1rf state Fairs Like Elmersons brook f4ey fa on and rifnr vei the Interest 2 hicfesing as each succeeding exhibl rtJtpk approaches Certainly tlithls true t V of tlge Kentucky state lrFrom venrs ectlon of the commonwealth C i v andlndeei1rIU many sections of t t othercommonweaUb8 thef is shown I I a striking desire to make the ItyTt- KeQtucky State Fair more than twitre r asblf as that of 1906J d1a jState Institution created by the GtIer t Assembly operated liythe cwpIi orilVln a large measure Ina pre i thlpztOfIZHeaIIfbess Is to beiTT1Tend d The iera of the State Fair are build V lag Italong most liberal lines so far is all exhibit departments are con cerned Twentylive thousand dollars + in cask Is offered in prizes at the com liing exhibition to be held In L uJsvillec Sept ie to 21 t Tlfefe are 15 eixhibit departments J All dshcse departments areih charge 4 i vof members of the State JBoardi of a Agriculture The Hon Hubert Vrefr ig land1ChaIrman of the Board who z ppwcbminlssioner of Agrfculture hay 5 for ills departments poultry pigeons vC dollle dogs tobacco plants flowers hor culture farm iraplemehts and ma chi rytThe other departments sri ttg7atspro Dairy cattle sheeot v an ress OrtrA jScovelIDl Srcotiri of the Exaerimcnt Station aIIt Lexligton swine and womans workJ i1 9 r McQrew Bayou I lcIJ Jr Glendeane Breckinridge county ibrss mnlet and jJacks Guthrie M t J Wilson Bardstown Kelson county 4fleld seed grain vegetables and Vmct f v ons Hyilliam dams Cynthiana Ha risoH county Other injmJersij tho Rod who are not assigned to exhinJ t deprtmenls but whoLare active other directions jn making the fairjf lIi success are Lawrence Jones LoulV Svflie Deaha Breckinridge Lexingtorl X wand John O b Mayo Paintsyllle KV IB mariy departments IhSjJjiemberh f in Far ehnve appointed sqlrThten4 q suptrihtendentxse aie as v v 11aM Simmons SJiepherdsville j J l petnt dent jack stock W s iqGIbbs Springfield superintpniient UnloJ1townpigeons 3hflf Loulsviil Vsurrintendenl 4 JRobertr IT Yojjnj i J HiTsvIlie assistant superintendent VSaIjLouisvIIIe Tana grain II C Lovelace Boston sn jjjerlhtendent Ceo D Karsner Lexinj tOM assistant superintendent toba cofciL H Frpman Ghent Ruperinten eat iS B ixiuiKHBiui calhoun assl ari sunerintondent planla and ilqV r crst Henry Niinz riOiilsvilli Super jtegdentv womans department MI s J V Eraiyn Porter Louisville superinten J i Vf etit Miss Julia Dupre Louisville ai d Mss Eva N MrGrew Bayou assl t ant supejlhtenaents horticpiture j F Johnson Bueclfel supernteaden JH Bates Buechfcl assistant sup r telijJent collie dog show C H Thom a LouisVille superIntendent fa n flmplements and maqhlnery J B W Iteir HOpkinsviUe superintendent 4 MtiCHi INTEREST IN TOBACI 0 VJB v r Seven Hundred and Seventy Dollcfs i 7 i Otfrrd at the Kentucky State v Fair In Premiums r Tfie money offered In premiiTms at j4 theK tuclty State Fair to be held ltlariUe Sept ICth tor 21st should re Vp ttltln tje llargest display of tobacco ever secIJ In the south Four Iiupded t1dsseventy dollars is given by lhfi tte Fair Board about equally dl11V t te between burley and dark types 1 he Louisville Biiardof Trade has adi nl it toithls J250 for iiremlutns as folIo 1i BUrley TypesV SFci pst sample representing Hogshead tW not less than SCO j t nnnundsjiet BLight llurlev Ifnf iQbaceo 75 tVVVVVFir 1hebcbt sample representing VjIHOSIWadV of trntVlcsst than 800 pounds uet Red niirlny Leaf Tobacco 50 Dark Typs For r bcst jsaraplo ripusmiting- 110gsbendlr nut less luau L1 jfO1Jd net1oP FiritnrctLTr n i5 f i o the best sample rfprosontlng HosBhead of not less than 1000 Liponnds net of unfired Tbncco 0 5 eompetlngtprtbei i Haled by theVVUISVIIIOVtf Tobacco Exchange Inspection not limited to rop uad OU to all wchlpitors 4V 4eatJi- cHe e cltcdlyOi rtell yea the hiind- p some drags that millionaires wllsi ieyCforijiealUnori au aj rIte LIttle I1cher Sajd Edt to IIP ctoll 4Thepe d at Iir Iiie rl1k You sj1 tJ g 1 lffltIr kawlitiefti 1nI3- i IlU UJ Ji rn einhcrl urn inainy it jVIt The SPORTING WORLD Lawn Tennis Talk The winneip of the all Comers tennis firmament tXewpoJrt TL 1 must Iplay WillIam j Cjotb rXjJf Philadei pnla for the national tltlein thechaJj llenge round Clojhler Is a y jung Philadelphia mU llonalre mid his victory at Newport w jr cxoTiirER1 AMKRICAN 1ISCUsXoj piOx f islost year was a highly popular onei among the members of the Four Hunp died VUClothierjstall and muscular andh fast Hlsjllong rejich is a matetial- aifiI to him In tennis giving him a ticVr cltlfed advantage over many less ar11ts red 1p VV J Bennington Through With TurfSAdmitting that his fortune bus beenY impaired but denying liat he has gone broke Xewton JJeunlugton ductll recently one of the best known men n the eastern furf and knowp in the financial world declared recently that racing is one of the worst businesses uanVCan engage nand tttai ho iiaPqqit the trade forever because iri his opinion two years more will see then Trhole racing business outlawed byE Iho New York legislatureVRacing In lew York at least Is dis an ephemeral game Once one of the most Interesting and gentlemanly sports In America It Iff today tho haven ot many crooks After you have named James R Keeuc ird about half a dozen of thd real big a fellows who really spend money tc hell racing along you find hardly anyii one In the game worm while Men with bad reputations are sneakTnglnto t from the west and south Before they get through they will so thorough ly discredit the track that the entire public frill be mighty glad of theday tile whole thing Is outlawed Is the final statement of the retiring Benning ton Those Race Track Kickers Rfice trrcfrqIiters In the eftstf are becoming very severe In their criti cisin of the judges because th horses arc not always placed as mine of th bettors wish thojn tq be Those objce thins to tlie official rulings of the fudges are absurd and Indulged In by those ho mike a J et Jii d If beatcu In n close fluishnre not fajir enough to admit Jhelr dertat4 tt is pot anlunusuSLthlng bra man who Is 200 leet away from time wire tg criticise the placing of horses In n mci4V which batik fiijlsliBd noses aphrt Only the IDeJlll the judges stand are In n position to decldg thewlnner andjthey liave to be alert awl have yieireye I plued 0n time finishing nU1iJi hi order to make tlumVdeclsotl lnUll yCtOfJCct1eflSV always COJEP Trmn this mahAilfti viewed flier rneeTronvnn entirely dif ferent nrfgl j i 4 Itwould help the rgame lf the race tracks Koukl nut a sjop to thege kl1ierslJ hmrowIngnimy one vJi UHtrackl v Chances Latest Guess MaHrfger Frani Chance oPthQh1a- go NatiOnal champions IIs of tho opluldu thiit this ears results of both major leagues will be a duplicate of last years races He stated the other hiy that t JiRiC army of ball ploy ers uiider Ijlf directiiiB hand this sear n will repeat iujibtory Uie feat Vfluttf wiis accomplished lat rail when they ascended ti tile helsbv of tame lii tinnEd Iingxie circles est he claimed that axsecimtl brushiOetweeu time West Siqebjiud South Slilers of time Windy City which is all that can ho seen on the 1JT07 baseball horizon In the mld svestern metropolis Jtjnld germinate In a victory rot the lUI Sajd he ttersely If It conies down to time Cubs and Sox again next fall and we think 1t willrwell tlkreill be another story to tell nil right1 CHOICE MISCELLAN VtV SVVVVi ringafAttack Owing to tile small caliber of tIme hal llets timed luring the UussbTopanose war many soldiers did not know Uuit they had b CliVstruck by them until the frenzy of an attack had passed Dur ing tile battle ot Mukden a company ofV Japanese infantry of a trengfh ofV ninety men attacked a Russian pirtV holding the opposite bank of the rivor Tha uttack was carried through with great spirit until the Japanese arrived t under the river bank when the UUsf glans evacuated the positlbn eVldeitlvl believing that their fire had been with OUt any effect It was only then that forty out of the ninety Japanese discovered tliat they had been wounded during the advance Time company commantZr only madtJ the same discovery In his own caso by seeing the water of the river redden by his blood There was apparent no physical effect of the Avoumls so 1i HI 1j k Si C pt mmy thaiijt used to be 0ffi I i fii1ii niWot itty complete recover1 ar ji Hi W f Iugfrtment4l r 1i Jf7 i1litT 3indoAScottq tIi 0 IIJ IIJftJiJ J DI o WheuztheV Hair Falls UUIV1Then its time to act NOt im eIto study to read to experi ImentYo want to save hair and save ItjqlLiickly yourIjj So make up your mind very minute that if your hair ever conies put you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes Ithe scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do anything else Its natureswiy Tho beat Iclnd of a testimo C Sold for over sixty nialIMido by J u Ayer Co Lowell XUL A Alio inanutootarer of IIt1zjersSARSAPAlUL jI l ns we men naa Deen ilsrameu oy rue Tury and e Itement of time advance But on selngthattliey were wound ed nil from the olDcer 1owuwqrdes perlehced time moral erect of their lrijurics and all at o cefe1t4tv1ouit iadvance no fartherjGuTcago News Prince and the Parrot iris doultful whether the rrincjc of Wales has ever been addressed so rudely as was his lot when he visited the iiuuision of a certain Midland veer the other ivoek Hehad Inspected his Heads fine ld house and then he expressed a de lre to see the stables So outthey ve t the grooms jbelrig wholly un for their Visit Had they expected it they would ave taken the precaution of remov ing to other quartets a fine green par whose cage hung from One of the aftersVWhen his royal highness entercdthe table the parrot greeted him with Well and oo are you Oo are OUSThe prince was too much surprised ten to smile and the parrot went on Dont stand staring there ugly Blow my buttons Wot dye want Aint ye got a tongue But at that moment the host Inter OSed with a request that the prince should come to the garage to inspect motor car and when they return d to the stable the parrots cage was mlsslimgExchangeV FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Indian Chutne Sauce Take a pint of vinegar add to it half pound of brown sugar and boll them till they becone a thin sirup Then add one pound of tamarinds slmmei gently for a few minutes and when cool strain through a colauder Then add half a pound of sour apples peeled HId cored and boil till quite soft When Cool nduu quarter Round of nil sins stoned mAd two ounces of garlic both well pounded and afterward two ounces of salt two ounces of powdered ginger two quncepof mustard and oue ounce of cayenne Mix all together and but Into covered jars which must be allowed to stand by the fire for twelve hours The longer this is kept the bet ter it beconie V VTo Remove Tan This jelly will bp Tound very ofllca Ious for rcnJoviugI fan mid softening the hamidsjj1 Gum tragadan tho white 120 grains water fourteen ounces glycerin nn ounce tlncturie of benzoin two drams borax powder 120 girnute white row pxtract four trains Macarate the tragacanth In the water until perfectly soft and dissolve the borax in the glycerin Mixthe iiw solutions add the tincture and strau through the muslhlI To Trace Patterns If you want to trace a Patter on dark material lay it on time gooilrt mill With a rather large pin pride nil over theoutHnes of time pOtters at Intervals of about half an inch Then 4iodliiK ltcarefully in piuke rub nil over with chalk Take off time pattern amid you will see the tracing outlined by time dChallc spots With a fine brush paint In HrVesi between time spots with Chinese white and when dry It Is ready for working Jacket For Range Boiler One of tho new Ikitchen conveniences Is an abestus Jacket for the range boner This jacket will keep the wa ter hotter hi winter and in suuitnoAt will have a material aid in keeping the temperature of the kUciien at a more tolerable point and nj time the water will be kept tljtsUllie when the fire is low as It maintained during thesummcr uionthsT itpvr JACKRT IS FASTBNEp The covering is cut and shaped ready for application It Is ipade in twp see tions and the ojlgus are supplied with hooks so that It can be lacedllliil place The Jtnckut coimlsts of nsbestus in sulatins felt and a csiuvas extciilor It Is lmiToiible for any heat to escape through this ACter it Is flxediu place it may bo ptlnt d JYtth gold or ala mhiiuui iwlnt orfgfywi any other color ta harmonizo wltlfllie surroondlng5 Tho Worn Soap Bar l henWnShfign the bar of soap gets warn thin clitisiiig annoyance by slipping dowiirthc back of the wash board hold the flat side of It hI hot water for a minute until It becomes quite sort Press It pn to another whole or half bar of soap and let It cool The two pieces cement together as one bar ready for use Vff i SV MONKEY IN SMART SET Consul the Chimpanzee Oliver ft P Belmdnts Guestu EATS LUNCHEPNIAT BELCOURT Heavy Swells of Newport Invited to Function In Honor ofjCcney Island Simian Who Drinks Champagne From a Glass and Smokes Cigarettes I IOliver HP Belmont mdas the guest of honor at recent luncheon at Newport R Iy Consul I the almost human chimpanzee owned by Franki no tock th6 Coney Island showman aien and women whose names are in separable from wealth and social dis tinction sat at the table with the big simian shook bauds with him toast ari1Ied with avidity displaying meanwhile a seeming rCAlIzatJOI ojf the necessity for displaying ills best table ijiauners Among those who gathered In the dining room of Beicourt the Belmont summer lionie to gaze upon the mon key enjoying the hospitality of the master of the house were Mr and Sfs Elisha Dyer M r mid Mrs Harry Lehr Miss Lota Robinson Lispeiurd Stejv art James de Wolf Cutting and Mrs 1V Mr Bostock wlp a close friend of Mr Dyer recently received through the latter an invitation to be delivered ito Consul requesting his presence at the luncheon The invitation was em bossed with the Belmont coat of arms Consul through Bostock accepted and hasty notes and telephone messages tc those who were to enjoy the scpne were sent Consul was taken pii the tsteainer Puritan up the sound During the trip the big animal took umbrage at the placing of HQ captains nud mates shocsv In lilii room so he gctolaly hurl ed the footgear through n porthole Mr Belmont offered to make good time joss anti furthermore gave onsuls keeper money to buy the chimpanzee a new suit of clothes a pair of shoes and a new hat VIThere wore chilSrcu present at the luncheon raid oil shook Lands with Consul who gravely nlraost conrte ouly bowed Going to tile dining room the c educatedalmlan seatedt him H self carefully and politely wrtitcd to be scredSBefore the viands were brought In however Mr Belmont patted Consul an the back and Consul patted his host with a deal of or1lallty1 When Consull placed his head with an af VOUHKD oCr A QLASSFOIi OP cuAMPaE- etlonntof air on the shoulder of the millionaire the latter put his aria around the monkey flitVamid drank his health r jitft Ji steak prrobabli more than lie had ever tasted be rrConsul was given a Islvlsli quontlly tilet mignon la Beicourt hors doftvres u la Yiuulerbllt ioakuin eggs nail Batony I it creaiimV As the soft treading servant pOIped q champagne cork Consul llooked up with a glean in his eye reached over took time bottle and carefully poured out a glassful which he drained with delight After time luncheon Consul Cleaned back and mnbled in his pocket for cigarctU holder It was missing so he was supplied with one of pure ber whjch he regnnlod critically lie seemed to mluilre It Cigarettes were pasbod to him and ns ME Belinout sold he was a fiend for tobrtcco 1 lie blew clouds of smoke nbore his head with keen relish null In fact he did evorythfug but make a postprandial speech When Consul had rentedt sufficiently null the guests enjoyed the sight of his eating and smoking all retired to Gothic room whore a reception was heM Consul being time central figure Again he shook hands antI bowed his head as much ns to soy Glad to know you dont you kmmnvJNot once durliifj the nffalr dicf Con sulforget the etiquette lit his faint- lias practically madeit part of his being VBlinded bZ an Owl J As Mrs GeHrye Burke of Relay VITork county I11wnH housltfg her chickens for night an cnqrmoin hum owl swooped down nt her and made1 a vicious attack Time heavy blftl caught its talons in her face and she terribly torn and has lst our eye and will proluibly lose thcjj thor The owl 4ias frequently carried off young chickens from Mrs Burke yard and onuovoral occasions attacked hftr when she endeavored to relieve It of Its prey I Almost Eaten Up by Mosquitoes Bridget Collins eighty years old who- wandered from her homo In tlu fOU1UlluUIn the mud and almost eateic alive by nmsqiiltoe Mounted Poljcenmn PInt was riding past tIm swamp fflipR S9me hays called Ill attention to ragsVhIch tmeans of several boards the pollccmaiv got to whore the yoman was lying andS carried Jior out She was taken to time shej Carried onion Idea Too Fan ISMark Twain might take a f6vf les- tSOflS from Iose Nero tzr ludlaij who InfoeUlugBother night and was Infilled up hipolica r CharCd1with j dressed He attended a church lawn party attired Jn a suit of blue union underwear anil n sack coat The pos lice bellered the Indian was carrying the uqion Idea too far Jo i ARRESTED FOR HATLESSNESS Man Trying Naturo Cure la Taken For a Lunatic Because his bride was Jokingly twit ted byhcr n bal h Rochester frfeiltl3fOrl1afngFnrrled hair under turn tray the wotot an ordinary mortal He has beeuarrested three times as a result of effrts to cover the bare spot SVRuffs pate was as barren as a bll llard ball a few weeks ago It Is now partially concealed by a fuzzy growth which is a liromisihf Indication that lie will soon have a head of hair that will be the envy of his fellows itentoJie b gan to go without a hat so that the sunshine nail rain might propagate hair on his hbfld lila troubles began An asylum for the fiisone Is located there and on three occasions Ruff has teen taken Into custody in as many towns and accused of beinnn escaped lunatic Ruff who Is manager of the local gas works threat ns to procure a card from the superintendent Of the asylum stating that llie Is perfectTj Charmless SNAKE IN HER BASKET Fair Foreigner Carries Rattler and q Blueberries Together Nice huckleberries very cheap only- solIcitationA fUit a ujrjj jBAS ihe of Anna uiscavage a buxom yonng foreigner in front of a prominent res idence in Centralia la The mistress of the house noticed thdt time berries were luscious and that only n few quarts remained in tIme basket Slit therefore said she would take them all and the berries were poured into a quart measure While the last quart was being poured1 out the pur Chager fainted from fright when a big rattjesnAkeli from the bottom of the basket 01ti the berries When She recovered a moment later she was still further horrified to see the fair berry vender calmly tucking the ser penfaway In time bosom of her dress Miss Riscavnge smilingly explained that she caught time serpent while ber tJtatlithome in order to preserve its skin Intact for medicinal purposes BYA- WILDCAT CHAfED Philadelphians In Motor Car Have Hair Raising Experience Recently time family of William ItWalker of Philadelphia find an ex perienco rare indeed In their motor car they were en route to Bedford Springs Pa and were going over the mountain from Fannettsbiirg to Me- Conneilsburg the county seat of Ful tqn county lying deep In Ute vale of time mountain As thCy were climbing a particularly bad piece Df mountain road suddenly there was n piercing and scary sort of scrcaih or yell behind them Turn lug itll saw an euormoijs wildcat or catamount coming up road The grade was unusually steep and tIme big car tfas merely creVpCng up while time THEVHAW ENOltMOUS WILDCAT cat was loping hlong easily and soon came within u few yards pf the rear of the touiicau and ran aloqg behind tire inachitie spitting anti growling The women of the party screamed arid waved coats sbawls and sue ceeded 1n iijtimldatlng the animal un tol the top of the hill was reached There full speed down tho grade soon loft the catamount In the distance but it stood watching the auto party until n turn in the road hid him from sight 10wcilCslt1ubpartys story until one of the ladies mentioned time fact that the cat seemed to have but three feet one trout paw apparently being missing Then the McronnellsbHrg peopfe recalled that a trap set In the mountain for a panther or wildcat which had been killing calves anti shenv had been found far airy from where It had been set antI Inat the paw of a wildcat which the loweiJoint The Cause oif Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailing jn thfe country most dmttmgerotsbemneso decent H JZL3c sip1emmdcthisitricmnseA h the rt t1 ease pncuinoniu heart failure 01 j I Ir apoplexy are often th j result ot kl4 I iiey ttisensc L liltlne trouble U nllovcdton lvaucN i tliekilncyjoisoiii sIihP e ICl blood willaU tack the vital or aims causing catarrh of the bladder or time kidneys themselves brcnkdowntuulwaste away cellI by cell Bladder troubles almimest always result from a derangement of tIle kidneys and propertrcatment bytaking dyItscaldin pnin in pnssil1iaud over COllies that unpleasant necessity of being compellett to go oftejt through the day ami to get up ninny times during tIme night The iniW mitt tlid e traordinarv effect of SwamjiRoot is soon rcalize l It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onecollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new ills covery maid a hook that tells oil about it Kiljwriting mention reading this generous offer auytuistakemmammmeSwhmmipRoot everyJ I a WOMAN AND FASHION For Summer Outings Cool and exceedingly pretty Is thi frock of white linen here shown la the accompanying cnt It is not of the stiffened kind oC linen but has a dull finish and hangs In graceful sOfll GOWN OP WRITE LINEN TJie deep bund around the bottom and the edgings on the collar cuffs and front piece are of pale blue linen and the rows of black baby ribbon serve to give n distinct character to the gown The belt jls unique with iIts tabs in trOLLSSensations In Trimmings It Iis evidently true that the early fall will usher lit some sensations Iri the wnyot trimmings There must be something new to distinguish the new season and although there are count less ways df combining laces and em broideries the designers energies are thither bent just now toward the development of something that is an en tire departure from the ornaments to which we have become accustomed After the way cretonnes baye been taken up we can expect almost any timing Therefore it is not surprising that one of the latest decorationsout- on trialis a sort of coarse lace male from hempen string Certainly the description does not sound elegant but the same is true of cretonne one has to see the really beautiful way In which these embellishments are em ployed to appreciate their novelty and chic I News About Sleeves Just now when tIme meiyury rune high in tile thermometer and short sleeves are a boon beyond words comes the news that inch by Inch and little by little the great folk of the sartorial world afe trying to sound their rdowhrall and that Indications point to full length in the near future lntcstPnrislnngounsronde shown over unlined guimpes of lace these guimpes made with mousque talre sleeves that extend down over the hands In mitten style and already we are reading in Paris letters state meats to the effect that the lingerie blouses show the long sleeves finished witlf frills that fall well onrthel hands and that even many evening t Kjtthe thumbs o 7 VA Millinery Hint One of time nios V eoquettlsh hats seen in a day appeared at a country Jiotse luncheon It was a tiny Mcotu of leaf green straw with fle corners rolled back more than usual It was trimmed with a huge inative velvet chou nnAnloug full fluffy mauve feather which tumbled ottothe back like a cascade But for an enormous bunch of La France roses at one side of the hat which anchored It It could never have kept its position on the other side of the small head which ft covered r Thj Small toys Suitb Tim Russian JbloH8cj really but a variation of the sailor s lthns many friends npd for these costumes gala tea In hm1iieThd white and5 gray find White stripe Is used extensively this r WHITE UA1JATEA RUSSIAN BWHJSK summer rho material launders well and lathe dark colors desiipt readily slipw soilVFor wear with those suits golden brown kid or patent lleather Is cousld ered the proper foqtweaW AYUlteso ks are put on wbenbhtoU shoes nr worn amid self colored etQvVlpgs of half length with thtf shaei of golden brown 4 FeminineWilliam Tell Mrs Charles Roblnibn of Lawrence varg Infl In the role of rt feminine William Tali saved her husbands life by shooting a large dog which had thrown him to the ground and was tugging nt his throat Robinson rims at the dogs mercy when Mrs Rpbhv s5n appeared on time scene with a rifle The dog was standing on her hns haifds body slUt hind not her attn been true the bullet might have killed the man she saved Resting her rifle on a tepee sonic distance away she tpok film coolly anti sent the biillet straight through time animals body killing St Eagle Attack Locomotive Near Prink Cnll a superb American tiptowith a Southern Pacific engine The eagle held the track until the engine was within 100 feet of It Rising then frith a scream of rage It swoopeS fiercely on the cowcatcher Itse seek was broken The engineer backed up to get the Urd dud took iHo Xuina I GCrowing GirIa t 0 Growing girls need care advice and medlciftej especially on Beaching the age of putfertx 4mothers fender care and Words of cadtloiyS often accomplish wonders As for ndkir M t IsWinej tefunctionsl the constittlfion Jt isa yaluable medicine for growingJ grj Jjj has tided thousands over a critical wii and saTed them from years of suffering t It can neyetf v do i rAr and women v M At everydruggists in 100 bottles try it F t GA lmUfn- noWI fIBMS i HeMyList of f rJl Ftrom this advertisement tempo ranly in rd rthat IIrnayreviseI lit1 1tandlwill in a short time artrrounce Sue Great teailsi InTFgrrns pnd Town f Property v j In the meantime api prezr ed to show prospective purch fSome very slrable firnV j Correspondence SfllWIii T tt- fti d i D d tlnfEB lcT The ReallEtateand Ihsufkricif MttlitC 19n 1qtp j severefieadache44 t WillI llo1i Cure VouTfM liver U Wmthtipt1gtor the whole body To igood bfMdtii oc ifckiSph aiTffrlii good ouh lia Kg IaU J8 needed rblMirmpttfye IlTp in ttoeuVditto it ibouli IM wd youVlUjnot iufler from i dA A POSITIVE CURE l FORCNmPATioN cHILLS AND VFEVER RIUOUNRSS MAIARRSl AND ALL llVCMPLAIff Has Doie A Wodd fCOO L ic DJh1l a a wrtss I vs meed Herhine md iUtb Uve morrCUvmys tried It4oeyfihyseILaewyeIfwotldoluOd- j and I reonmciditm all 10y Zr1eU I MVS MdIN dcbiMu rnenSIOc WI1 BUY Th Baftard Snow Liniment to- ooaf NscoacrSt Si OU5 0i U4selat icz1 PTT ri Sold arid Recornrrie nded Wfj Tl Red CrossDrug jjre t fI V5 9GVThe Safest and QuikestWy to Tne 4QneL 1 IS1BY Lopg Distance Te1cptwas- br Ritssppy Loca1 MII11IL1P y CimberiutsispN4t TeIrI c INCOT1OKAfl1LS 6 Rats DMh Put Tw Mr mi A ritttbreeThcheS- electric fo r fr tlai lighting systemt S IMir Conn andl Jiutthe town W iMtwentyfour hour Qhibeaca wire fifty feett long the tN0CVtI r conduit carrying 10QO tlfiWrfC + ttrlclty It itiaced Its frwit f t o4 f the chnrftdd tfrft a f vertejl thejcurreUt tRrphi bod t the guy lJlIUlt1 tM jiic tlir 4j fh tAt wna ltrUJeda i1 t cl ctricUjr and tIre rW W- hiP tI wlmlo Jay U litMiat fc tktt t QIsturbaee VV t p rIn Filial d SYitL of y fe wVIrebeHftbFtk4t4i1i I t t Leaiie 11 tt r faiI w lIlgW 114 mitue i IQi I 1ow ft JM hy the Red QW- pt fitor VSIftll a