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EZIaLJsHED IiIa4sJ14 H w kYOLlvNO 35 tSS nINqFIElD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 29 1907 tsiO i r J itI J i i i 1 r 1I YlFt TRUSTY t PRACTICAL w1JENTITI i yer flAY 4 Sirber jf ha work atr9 WBable piicssp iTfoelc guaranteed j IIPRINGFIELD KY 1 TT IECTORY t1 i Ip2LXGIIELD oity itt ft wswa Coaty M i1ssi4ttk JmM e xIsts Jt an friIIbraickMMvrUteMi asri ofT l iUeJHt KMkrillc iailroad in a lrmtf and afrlciilttMral iutrfct r t1fft u udIla f sMslJl Riutttlvel Ckmfrew Hoe lfIIIIitiYS JJIM4Ii1ritt Kentucky OlIiXy Lffrtr 1tatwr Koii W D Ckybirooke RRepesseitativa in State Senate Hon Ibrrr LaOMl r Lebano XyId rYE1irii ty- t 4 r CIRCUITCOURT v CLrcilt Court begins 3 the fortk 1iiyLa TebcilaryMaf 4 OctoIttIt IBTMraaJa4s m 4 L WaC gw1tk At kt7Obt A Noecisk gIp Ser jw1i ei2 j QUAITE LYCOUT QiiartrIy CQutiakeld1 on the tkh4 f- c 1 r oat r Jtnal reJ lLXdI4ttseYJisder3 q l HD T COUNTY c COUIT l CLty Cutrt ieet tk fjrth- w TiKJ t tdck lMtkbtLTHWJV Boofaer County dsrjcr T S Majei CosntyAttorI2typ George CaUettJailerf r t ii yOe urn Jkerif tofl Dick Isham I HerbertEddleaniDP1i t 0 4Mastera 1 T3iePr tiC POJ3rynA T Mikbell cptri ge xotrt Not TretitreraI J X fontgoiCy OeroMrtJsYf J1I 5p of ca- tosPoapciadsWs- ct cii c CITXC0URTp JM1tCM le4ce T4gecJ it GracMarkali 4 I W Grjgsby City An8ae1 as 1 1 JUSTICEcOURTJ liRtlc GOMM are Jield U Jaimary dAp hJdJa October CIiurch DIrictry jitegTIIODIST CHURCH I 1- I Revd WLP Pa tori Ser j fiicii it1iJ t Tk1rSLIKdaYS d li t t 1A I JI tc fi i yIoo1very Sblta atlOa 1 Prayer eti3sg ev 7 WcdaeMy- a3glitj CArHOL1C CRURCIIS1tey 5P P ReanelWiY LPahioc S Yawi 10 oclock1wes ryerr Sunday at ii ka i t St iHWM1tc fPRESBYTEil 1UHPKCft t1RtvJC riMoMiiC YS7 Ssday at uaSakdat 7 p Bndy school every saaiici 10 5 Prayer eMk veryThursday YIDc at 7 oJoo J I iBABTIST CHURCH 4R Wm Jini Willlani Pastox eaching evey Ssay tU at4 a55l 47H5 pi SIl day Sckoell am Prayer ineetih e J yej cyiTiMWday eyeniacat 745 oclock i CIJTIAKCHURCE r t 1 Rev yrF Rogers Pastors Ser ylces first and fourth Sunday Su dayC at930am jjfritersJ Order i 1I ASONIC LoriCK SpringfleM l dg Koi SO neett first and tkird Honda ttcll Mowtk Waekisgfo RA Ckafteri NoS7 icet every secowi Tuesday SpriiiirfieldrCotiacil Jdo52 eetse yery iourth Monday jKKiGirip of jTmt Mxcxntxs Meet II J it eecbmo V j i SourIA stobSN 5s lss ot as MiIie uuspmh wI brs gsii ainw ao rligi MIt irwr1l d the Momech at aU due to iIrjoai Osvs hMlipatiori 11 iw diooi ertu lbs sMvrs j1IIcM f dipi M Ifci t eatiat to a bhky atotMck is4ai4eiwith the grsSst kewe I nl4 a luctiw proprts Kodo4 for OiIi IMiiI bi r l 1aMr ttrovb ss by = braoM tab Issr4fit afJl =ww i =wIts fk jE e S i1f tll oIIAosawk kIIEY i Y W1 f octJCSold by Rei Cross 1rig jatr a v rE i9 w W 1 vJ1fli 1News leader AJ f40I II b JGROUND Or n 1J Wail of an Unlucky Man 1Twasever thus Incecbi1d1ioodsday- My fond st hope have gone to smash ICy speculations never pay 1 have to toll for alLmy cash eVer played a slot machine And even got a poor cigarj loved i when Iwas Seventeen Agirlwhowastoooidbyfar JLtthirtyfive I laved again i More dearly than Id 10vedoefQre he girl was too young for me then She was a child or little more hei I invest in stocks they slump jJNo patter what conditions are Tie aomentthatl sell they jump Ad keemrtll1thevegonetopar- If should play a horse to win Hed fall dead at the quarter pole f theres afly to tumble In The soup I get it in 1DybowlI Fken I arrive in heaven Ill bet Ill learn with feelings of despair fat I could havelbeen gcays ifyet Have hid a hearty welcomethere J Chicago RecordHraid OODBID Itdeveloped at aI meatine of theurlevt To oorowrSOfthe ASof E- Inchegteithat a good bid had leeii inadfor two of the low adessof the 1906 crop of pooled tobacco An offer of ten cents a IJHpttrld for l OC hogsheads for tbosegradeis which would make he average price about 15 ents The offer was made by independent bouse but it may ttavi come from the trust Any ay the offer was turned down the management of the pool rrSeveral reasQns In the first iaOp the tobacco in all of the county warehouses is not ready be sold some of it not having been tprized and arranged so iEbat samples can be obtained hen it is the policy of the society to keep the tobacco to aIr li htifisl1ch a tIme s a sale can be made of the entire crop or at least tne igget garfof it With practi ally the entire crop of 190- ledged to the pool and the 1906 r p so well in hand it looks ljt something is bound to drap before many days lhe growers are needing money but are holding out with remarkable faltn and patience which de serves success w zk QNVENOION cALLBDThe- Bepublicans of the 8eooJ heIEcountland Taylor will hold a conven nor the purpose of nbmina nga Republican candidate for tate Senator The district cosyentipn is to be held at Leba noaori Monday September 9th and iiecounty conventions to aendjdelegajtes are to be held oni he Wednesday preceding or September 4tb It is not known yet who will be selected as the candidate but it is probable that the selection will be made either romMarion or Taylor counties as there is said to beat least one available man from each of- hose counties The State cim ign organization iis said to be particular urgent that there be Republican candidates fiom each Sfatjanddate for tho Lower House will be named from this county ilm TALK IHEWashington County Fair jis on and we are pleased to repott- n neyerbrighterSome of the best stables of horses that are on the circuit ara on hand and the premiums promise to bring out strbng- comjtitloil The farmers of tn county have reasons to feel Irigsod humor with the world this season with their abundantCt j harvest and high prices TUQ county fair is always the farmers holiday and he generally- turns himself lose to enjoy it1l THE FEXAS WONDER Cares all Kidney Bladder and CfdbilkaUtreatofti by Mail for 1r Ir- K W Itili S996 Oliy streev KeutuckyS 14 Death Result of Accident Miss Martha Dadisman ofj near BloomfIeld died last Fri lay asrihe result of in juries received j inn runaway accident oh August 11 Miss Dadisman wasI accompanied by Miss Katie Russell of Colrosp Spencer county and they were taking a buggy ride and were near the residence of Mr Eli Snider when l tho horse became frightened nd began kicking The buggy was upset and the young ladies werej tthrown out Miss Russell was not seriously injured but Missr Dadismanwas thrown out upon her head qud shoulders and was rendered unconscious She was ttaken to the residence of Mr fSnider and was given every at ttention but never regained con sciousness and ded Friday The deceased was a daughter of Mr tS P Dadisman a well known Ifarmer fthe Bloomfield corn 1ii 4lather and mother foUr sisters and two brothers She was- eigbtee11ye r otageand aJmember of the Big Spring Pres I Jbyterian church and was belqvedtt tby all her friends and associates The neralseryices vfereheld Saturday at the Big Springs cquch by Rev Hodges and the t iintermenttook place in the Big fSpring cemetery Nelson Stan dard IItt jThej in 1Otsegocounfriend of my family writes Win M Diete editor and pub Usher of the Otsego Journal Gilbertsyllle NyuIS Dr Kings New Discovery Itbasto proved tp Je infallible sure for congbsand colds making short f svorlralways keep a bottle intbe thouse 1 believe it to be theIJl most valuable prescription known for tiung and Throat dis eases Guaranteed tonevert disappoint the taker by fiaydon Robertsons Drugstore Price f50c and 1 Trial bottle free Coming Attraction f fJRolling Thundera full blood ec Sioux Indian and a direct oldCIIndian warrior Sittin Bull in the city with the I IrMiie1 Boone Co which plays here Thursday Aug 29 This gentleman is a graduate JfI Yale and also Harvard and has depiomas from each and gradua ited with the highest of honors Aft leaving college he return e1 to the reservation prefering tD be among his own peopl and near relatives Rolling Nun der has an ejegent How of the English llanguage and is today the only fullblooded Indian playing d part with any dramatic company His interpating Qf tht great chief Little Bear is a rare piece df acting and when bedecked infull war regilia his appearaoce is most picture sque and striking The blanket and head dress were gryen to him by his uncle and were worn by tile famous Sitting Bull him self Rollipg thunder has been ojtereda handsome sum several times for the dress but no offer has eVer tempted him to part with so valuable a relic It wus with great difficulty that the management induced Rolling Thunder to accept an engage- mentl but be at last consented and has received many flattering press notices for his excellent work f Populai prices admissioni 50 85 and 2ic 1 I Requlir as the Sun is an expressidn as old as thei 1race1 setting of the sun is the most Regular performatce in the universe unless it Is the action f the liver and bowels when regn lated with Dr Kings New Life Pills Guaranteed by Baydon i Robertson druggist 25e 9 and Pistol llNe Marple Buck Buttt rjboyswere keeping company with a vicious looking pistol Sunday evening instead of being at church tried to settle the matter as to who sl1pUldCltote it by physicall supremacy Before the scuffle bad gotten fairly well started the weapon wasdisVi charged and Schooling was wounded in the leg which is a very Dad place to shoot a negroK City J dge Thomas was called upon to sit in the case Tuesday and while he was convinced that there was no malice connected with the wounding he neverthe less soaked it toCBucHin 81t whose hands the eapon was ty when iit was discharged to the tune of 30and 15 days in jjail for carrying concealed weapon weredisDissedThapistol M appeared recently from thep shooting gallery The trouble on Estes avEonueEnlerprisepi LiIhei fe The most eminent medical scientists are unanimous inthe for conclusion that the generally ac cepted limitation of human life the is many years toelow the attain ment with the advanced thknowledgenow possessed The critical id that determines its dura luion60 the proper care of the body w during this decade cannot be too th- trongiy urged carelessness longevityNatures Electric Bitters the scientific tonic medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body Guar anteed byllayddn Robertson gl daDruggists hIIi da Y Picnic a Success at- r The Holy Cross pcnic last Saturday for the benefitof the Catholic church at that place was a decided success notwith the inclement weather A large crowd was in attendance and everyone thoroughly enjoy ed the day The buggy was won by Ham Shehan of Maud Ky the leather couch by Kirby S ithof New Haven ten bush els of wheat by J P Lyonof U Holy Cross gold braceieti by Miss Prudie Ferrell of Holy Cress silver set by August Eagle Holy Cross barrel of flour by George Clayton Holy Cross and the fancy work by Miss Beatrice Ballard of New Hope The net proceeds amounted to tq about 750 Enterprise ton Dot Be Blue helpillnII and lose all interest when reach Herbiue wll make that Hv jr perform its duties properly J BaVaughn Elbar Ala writes uBeinev constankeufferer ftom constipationi and a disordered liver I Herbine to be the best medicine ferM thesefroubles on the market 1 have used it constantly J believe ito be Mr the best medicine of its kind and IW wish all sufferers from ttieje troubles to know the gqod Herbine has done me Sold by the Red Cioss Drug Store of Family Reunion in Jt A reiinibn was held at the home of Mr and Mrs Alfredr Newton of Cecilville ion 1last Sunday all cf the ehiljlren ind grandchildren being present IlivesI joyabli day was speft by To be assembled at the dear homestead once agam where kindest hospitality is earnjjshown ih considered quit source of pleasure Those ent vere Mr and MrF Shims Mr anl Mrs Rrs ell Ojrpett Mr anlt Mrs T SpauldijiTg Misses R 3 jrena Newton Etta Hamilton of Lebanon and Messrs diem Joe and Leslie Newton and a number of other friends and relations A bounteous feast was spread which was greatly enjoyed by the happy party and as the day closed with reluctance they bath each other farewell hoping for a repitition of this joyous event at some future tune A GUEST r Keep the pores oden and the skin clean When you uave a cat burn bruise or scratch Dewltte Carbo iized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates tbe pores and heals quickfy Sold by the Red Cross Drag Store a The Graded School Will1 t Have Two New Teachjj era t ItThisThe Springfield Graded School iji open iigain Monday Septem is ber 1 Only two changes haves been made this year Profdesner of Virginia will have charge of the Eigbth grades Prof Thompson having deter 0 mined to complete his course attl the University of Wisconsin Miss Sal te Carrico one of the isrongesthas ben promoted to take charge of the Seventh Grade a1towho is niow principal of the ckville School Miss Idab Bplacumber of the mot advancedA upils have been 1jst by gradua qn and tHeir absence will belt forawbilebut this will no merely afford etter opportunity others to take their places diThedistrict remain the same 2th r the primary grades 3 for e intermediate 4 for the igh School and collegiate The outlook isvvery promist g for another successful year and we feel sure that the patrons r1eirloyalty Men Past Sixty m Dcniter More than half ot mankind over sixty years of age suffer from a kidney and bladder disorders usually WenJargeerl1 reandsngerous and Ifoleys Kidney Cure ould be taken at the Brat sign of Jidthiscodisease Mr Rodney Burnett Rock purt Mowrites HI stfferedwithen4 larked prostate gland and kidney trouble for years and after taking a two bottles ot Foleys Kidney Care Itlfeel petter than 1hauefor twanty years although I am now 91 years oldf Sold by the Red Cross Drug J Store Sensational SuitIn A suit making rat ersensa oral charges was filed in the the circuit court in Harrodsburg big yesterday on behalf of the die Commonwealth of Kentucky by St Miss Ora L Adams Superin tendent of Public Schools of Mercer county I The defend ants areCD OJ Heath Co the school book publishers of Bos nB F Graziana of Coving surety Henry H Walker late School Superintendent r this county and B 0 Allen Circuit Clerk The charge is pi made that by collusion ami fraud judgment obtained against Heath Co and Giaziaan for 000O was sat at naught by r Walker The petition recites that in suit instituted by J Walker in905tJ jdJgment as rendered injbehalf of the Commonwealth aganst Heath Co and Graziana lot 10006 interest and costs growing out s a violation of their contract eupplying school books tat despite the fact that nd part of be the judgment was paid Mr walker endorsed on the court boDk a relerse and satis 4t LI faction of the judgment jn fnlJ that in the face of thi releas the Circuit Clerk has refused to lssueanexecutiononthe judgment and that represent tives of the Common wealth ar6 Ipowerless to collecL the debtI to Mr Walkers entry on the record This judgment satisfied in full the petition ays Plaintiffs soy that the statement of said marginlallen orsement is false they say that the party signing had no auth rir to make said endorsement aver that said judgment has ii not been satisfied Tbey state that said marginal endorsement of no force or effect in law I that its was produced by the defendants Th C Heath Co- ndB F Fraz ann to be ma ej- cythe defendant Henry K J Walter by fraud and was done y collusion between said boeath Co and B F Graziana and Henry H Walker Danville dvocate f Those who have stomach roubleI matter how slight should gives very possible help to the digestive organs so that the food may be j gested with the least etlort This maybe done by taking something 4t contains natural digestive prop j Intdlgpreparation of vegetable acids and contains the very same jukes found In a healthy stomach It digests Iitt you eat Sold by the Red t dross Drug Store IJ3right Prospect The Enterprise has received Colorado Springs newspaper hicri gives an account of the- ncent discoctery of a rich Hold Itl ine in the Wonder district Nevada in whichr Mr Charles Beaven foranarly of this unty and brother of Mis3 nnie B Beavec and Mrs Lrizzie Garricp of this city has flattering interest Ore from e mine the paper says S assays isfiie tonin gold and siluer and the chances are that tile men inter ested iu the property will have fortunes in the near future IItFour citizens of Colorado i Springs 9done Denver are leading stokholders iInthe prajfe Mr Beayen is then 6f 1le late Leo Heaven ofef Mary and his iriends in this county trust that his flattering prospects may gtow brighter with each passing day Leba non Enterprise For Sale j e A good seven room dwelling n Grandy Avenue Lot contains jpfearly two acres House newly1 painted Nice location Will sell reasonable f For further particulars call 1 onTD Tapp or McElroy Whartcn Peal Estate and Insurr ance Agents SpringBeldEy s All persons knowing themv elves to be indebted to me are hereby notified to call and make settlement at once or they wIHE proceeded aeainst to force collection I need the money and I mean business r CL PRICE i J iiI BUY TOEc 1 Kentucky Wheat Drill I Simple Strong Durable r j Ilam fmi the marketfQrgood IISeed Rye and Orchard Grass J Seed u Colt Halters and Bid1es4H rand a full line of Harneiss and Gear jI t fJohn Lily Barberi Iz SOC MOT toHayjsbsr JQI l I coming thePepwBurditt Stock Company v The ItepewBardeite Stock Co comes to the Oere HoMs comnienciDg Monday Sept 2r IIt is useless to tell ithe merit ithiS well known organization uthe reputation they left ia Springfield during their last engagement here wan niietIto guarantee then packed boss es for next week The DepewBurdLt tock d UrthanE Jepew hasgnibrclia cotere of artisS secowi 0 on ii Tije Company nuabtr 20 peo byitbpsfavorite E Itepsw1 Thfert will hi BO waits between acts as DepewJ Burdette Co carries fivs hieJ vaude vile acts which will jbe J sandwiched in between Utt The Great Bunkers will be s seen wearing the largest drts m the world lQOO ardrilk The opening play for Monday night is thatbttatifal t story df the South HA Arjican GirV Ladies will s H i milted free Monday night voder usual conditions Tire Parisian elenteschopo yUL show th latest motion pictures featiring I the sensational Th aw White I tragedyinalti its details A new play will b preseoted each I nght and a an entire change oJtt PffrDgrarnsf Reserved seats on sale at j usual place s Dontccept a CQl1Karar thitfrimay be tojd ia jasl as food ait Kea IadjjS I axative cough Syrap be atnae it isnt Just as goo4 tberc i1s qititr v a difference Ksasedys Laxative i CoughSyrup acts gHU po tae bowels and clearsl the whole systew lof coughr aincicOld It clears tk It whole ejstem of coughs aaC colds It prosptly relievel tlYtIeefthe taroat and allayi lB adoa of c the threat and allays IrrkloIo- ldby tbe Re CDnc H MOOR VILLK tb Severallfrom hire attested he convention at SpringWt last Monday Wehad a preI ItCtIi meeting last Saturday called to t order by cbmmUtee an J YIWall Mr Ed Janes wa elsxst d Chairman REddleiSecretary There were twelve I men preaentandaftr a littly debate whether the delegates should go idstructect or niIstruc dthe1 were instrctedto1 cast the vote of their preciRct Joe WvCMcChord Ed Swett y Jas Truas aad Haw ShthaB were appointed aele afts j Mr John Cofeingergav his oa Hez a binhday dinner last p Saturday it being his twenty t firstyear of his + af abdtifc 90 persons were present sad svsrj thing that a person could wish tq eat was there eMrsto her horns at Jefer jMissi j f illewboias been Tlsitlic her sister Mrs A H Payne of BpoUer returned bOrn elwt 1SundayMr Ik N Arnold has gone to j Louisville and has be a sac cessfuliy operated on fOithtpiles t I Mr W H Pajne aad MrV i Jeff Smith reon tb sick list The membeis p t New Hoe church have cleared off the cemetery andthgchurch lot t which adds very ouch to th looks of things around Ninope j The ladifs of Sewrtfops church gave an ice creaw Mp per at Booker last Thirsye- ight for the benefit of pajin an old debt quite a good Jrrowi was out owing to th Miliksijr weather and they reatusdl W as their reward Wheat threshiBg is abwit 6w several crops will b thrss lid this week Owes EUi received a Mves kick ty a hers on 0sHW is J iD6irri StIPd5 si big t tt C a ItwoOtnOW MrL P4Mb I ookYlae a 11tt 8eY 1raeJthe SrIs fIr tb ek- na J aw fsLr pxt w sk t 7 0 It UBiIL4 f11A1 T5lInft Ii At k ANTIOCH IiJAfter a six we are BOW wt slower of rai weHaiif grsftt biist aivl tbCOCroparisobsdlyiidjardthat either iNj Iaock water WM becowuut very scares bat we ri now have kopeI1M we wilt bave plenty of rain sad good 0 crjof fa1lras 1CWe art piMe to cbrilcls t Iht de4hof Mrs CipiafciB 6i Set wr Al k 1iMf1 iest ersr tb 11M i AD4IrcoD1 Dane WfjS a mod won aa4 4s yefa haibud sad wu ssll eMI dreeibaeiie a host of rs4s4irs sad the wjt ee eomMonity to MMTI hec death TbsjMiu- t was i1 atwch eewiiery Funeral services were COM ct Hi by Bev urD Moore pi AwUr tOnooutySAmi atso the ckih ofj Lost Cole so 0 Mr aocl Mrs Ti MBM OoM which occprrpd on the WDM day calat the S BM timenj bedaYJbcMtt 5 oetosk nibi fl Yesiaq Deceased bs bees a M ew froe that flreaded t diieae fyi a iiabsr of years t aod hu dUi was wot iaxpecMdTb iiterest was iis Pairytew cewelecy Fineral Ver vices were eoodtetecl by J El4t r H L AlBWea who w 1 itierrngi5 We araorryl- ay fZ tba th Y4 q MR hiever joiMNd say c1e- rehEldLLOik M closed a very svoc esfil seting t ABWOI ehrefe Ha a onng man oj rare 4taiesand one of tfee oei ooeseCnatd men levee saw aLs4ds fir to 500155 ia power in pciaifciiif heCpJ 1r s Mr Edgar Brows wiis aMl 111f Celifcnaift are a j viisiti to hit father Kr Tfcoe bro atiJlflalrviw V r Th ryh Jiy Ch tf KjWv l 1O G Hays a presmt ssiias jdoan of BhaV Jthat a1lCkJeaaArai 8alvis bejiet aid surM b1iag aalTt ever apwiied to a seres Ill bin Orwpidortoaesasot piles Ive bled it aid lnio rktIats1kiMaiiGMr LIesdby Maydo Draggists25c tITCommjtfjoocri 1j J P Mrs Mary E Williaw Mtex ie PK tjrFTUCM5yvlrteofJ taadis4srot ak of tM rcW MrN7i IialI ieIs eIvIsr the ceRks near Poll 1fTfouety titucky e THURSDAY JWHrTHilBEia JWh CUretfupon a credit off QM two a ip tksyears tie foUowtaf tecriW4 pi i e A certain tract W parcel W ls4dtwMerI4ckNekIWsaCJactlt osisty JCJIIIIloJellows B altat a Met M Mfar ltp near where ioa Oh tbe utk aI =rwbowe Ud with tari fill ea CkH pokf to the sid John Niel cor rtbeocewith the old Wtellhi S eaTaoioIHardetyandbeocwItkOrIgsby1Iie He if14WtSSpduuitoasesJaMMIIk o aaiA creek theftee wtih the1me den of maM creek 114 peles to p oW cia opposite wiiere a house now staadi tbace S XoIeetoastemeaeartbeeiIe oftMW tlae8ce B OJi toe thence N354 ES poles eastoebsakof camacksitthekm Ouocam bnMe itMacet co hea4 of Md race conic t W lsV Mfr tap yttt saM Cltce tr S eace learlBf a mall bottom m hand 31 pole to inoth rfawft 3iJ uafa water gap theme c with MOdieace 8 potMto oofjh hank taof mid creek theootr with the sear deP oCiaid creek M notes to th oft mt1U corner akoa rosa throivh tie laidc of Henry Scott to Liooi Lick i Creek mW farm coMiV jflacK MM of leia JPOe the nojrchaw frfcettfce fschw er or pvchMen wtth a nr wl- eiocnt J7Ja1l1 fNt bav- btcs a etrect aJwaen sbr land for =dos 4 er vvs4W rypu k MU U4CHIIAKM C W C C iijvi 11ft ht T wAvSsftar of thePhHiii s Mnflf J Oetty Post write i sie ifeMMf kfad of medlcJw 4ad fJ fnaitly Wtnsrast foedaaFoleyN IJOe4I7 T sanuot uJ o iaIt Sold by us Red Uron Dreg Stoft 1 r= JITTT k oiJi i1f NEWSLEADER r I TDBLfSHEP EVERY XHOKSP T Uig i1 11AYEAR IN ADVANCET Ii A1t 41rSPRINGF1ELDi KY ELDAVISONJrlo t4u i r iocalbr btnes notices 10 cents pel i1ft4 i rliMlC su e UI rt8 r i j mi t 5 Calls on candidates and ppllUcalmaUe t C it JobHfrork js done at low rates bit cash t iJ i i 1 iirir E1b qrerllsinfr old 0flCll3 contracts V v of made i on V liberal z41 SVTf i i J bitugrIeB sad resolutions of Aspect f2i i eots per line f t AKHODHCWtXSTS 1 1c atty Mar1trates 50 c itttotOflhtesi1 IJlO ff q cii 219O7THURSDAY AUG lilt iKf cJ = t 4l ANNOUNCEMENT JPl i ut We are authorized to announce J T 4 17 rrttogersOore of SpwhgileJd a candi h 1 d i forState Senator from the JPif tor i tee ith Senator l District composed tt J of Marion1Washhon and TayJorp pmties subject to the action thetf tJ 1 DemQC cp tyUb Municipal politics are getingcis v 1iii J1L t L t1quIte warm in Louisville Tru- Tt of Tinie3 sajjs With teanCI nouncem nt of Owen Tyler for t r- f7J the Demecratic nomination for It if 2 tll1ayor political clatte haU Y V r been seta going and frotn eX I t il P essions from prominent pollIIt L J w1iJcians there is every indiationii 1l L s tb it a lively scramble for nomi of Lt L iiaitions will begin thisf weelLi V With a few exceptions there 1 t will in all probability be everav Ji 1J ttcandidates for nearly every of f a fica on the ticket All the pres- entt officers will seeh nominations t r f a to succeed themselves iff offictj Jf J with four possible exceptions J TebeUefbas been grpyng 1ii j30litics l circles that Mayor 11 Bingh asSvill d clini 14enter I J l ef Mayoralty act a1thougla iI the Democratic Committee je- v iin t cent1yamen1ed tbe rules rbe so Viding that Indonendents be not t required to tak the oath tc 1 support4heticke Tbistimend 5 f Dent waa made for the especial i I p benefitrof Mr Singham MrBin- vik ham J declines to Discuss the situaii i ff tion There is also a rumor thai a 1 Judge Lincoln will not be in tbei race for County Judge but he declines to makea statement ofx 7 his altitudes fIi IJ Friends of the State Fairwil to e v 1be1 glad lo learn that the matter bf a place to hold the fair has beensettled Affar three weeks of negotiations with the owners of Douglas Park at Louisville iiresIi1tng in a failure to inducf them loTlease Ihe grounds for the 1907 Kentucky Staje Fair 0 II pending Ihe clcariDg of tha tijle to the property and adjustment F ij qf other matters ill connection I t t ri5 NVfjth the purchase of the track k 1 n andbui1dfngsas aper anent 1 location the Kentucky State l Boardot AgricultUre has been given the use of C4nr bill Downs s 1atLouisvple for holding thIs ly3 ars exhibition during the Jr i week of September 16 The1 t KentuckvStare Fdir will there fore be held on toe dates lIJenI c j lr tionedyat historid Churchill t Down where the Fair last year 1 was beld e r t1h re Tbe strike of the jtelegraph t operiorsiisabquttO fail The H strikers are ivingup the A rfl ht IA many places and are go r ji ing back to work The role t graph companies are xperi- encingJ i I little troublern taking r 1 care of all business A t v1t Tftcars 1llBB t f jFor ten years I was confined ts1 ti ii iinybed with disaase of my kidnoys f- lf il iteiR A rJ P of OakYille5 l rJwd MIt vas io severe that I coulpl not move pail of the tuLle t coo t v4 the vwy best rncdicalliI t J i availabl butJcould get nave ef n tilntll Foley s Kidney Cufe wak me It hasVeen a t1 rf rrcothmndedIo Irii4tGodSeud to meld ytthe Bed c fff drQs Drug Store 4q1gaS 4 ForRfmt J + z 7 1 I J r 7 fJJJTjJ t u if ti 1 JieJjossrcjfr me dwel1in f uesNi14Street known a r3 the pmpru nd Jlteli 2Cupted by W LtQ14ll1- nf WirrtytoTolinW Le y 1 J idt j l PerJr D Spoundfr ffandies when yoi I i j 54iu let them fox lOc uod20 t wjKUtid at our store v McElroy 4 Shuder THE HOUSE OF LORDS CHECKS ffVHAS RECEIVEd AT THE H NDSOF THE COMMONS he i6ng ParlIament Pat the Pecrn Out of Butnes Altogether For a ifaWber of YciU7 Bollnicbroke Way With the Aoble LofrtU There Inert idea in the mind1 of very- nnypeLsons that the British house of rds is supreme and cando pretty well what it pleases This however Is a mistake On several notable occasions their nobl lordships have bten para zed and have got very much the worst of it in stormy arguments with the gentlemen ot the house of com mons It Tliciirst occasion on whlch this hap pened was when the peers ventured to differ with the long parliament which wasat the time engaged In a lire nad death struggle with Charles I The commons on this occasion wasted ho valuable time in talking but prpinpUf abolished Ute ilairds altogether and turned them archbishops dukes belt ttViearls and all the rest of thogor geous coroneted crowd Into the street The glided chamber wnsnant For half a dozen years or so the country got on without any house of lords All the checks the house of lords ave received havenot been of Bjich u drastic nature as this of course Ysirlous ministries finding that the cevs were unwilling to pass their pro osed bills have resorted to the threat o create enough new peers to swamp o house of lords Tbeso ew peers would of course have been pledged eforehand to vote for the ministry them In 1711 the prime minister of the day the daring und unscrupulous Vis Bolinsbroke was anxious to ter minate the desolating andrulnous war with France wljlch bad been raging on and off for twenty years j To effect lids purpose he had drawn I the treaty of TJFtrocht It was lieces sary at that time that lords and corn mons should age to ft treaty before would become pnlitlrrhe commons to the treaty but the lords e lnred that thy would have none it and that the war must go vliereupoii B libgbroko coolly but rmIy Informed tiiein that rather than see himself delicti by them he would create a whole ajmy of new peers toot for the treaty The story goes that he had a regI- ment of the Life guards paraded under the windows Qf the house of lords and threatened to make every trooper Into noble lord if driven to It He did make tivelvenew peers and then the lords gave Ini The Liberal government of 1832 with EarX Grey asprlme minister used the sanie threat They wished tQ pass the first reform bill The lords hated tli is bill bitterly Until then they had been practically n oligarchy with all the real dower their hands The franchise had been limited that only rich men and gen only the nominee of some great nobleman could get Into parliament The reform bill altered that It gave the smaller men a chance The lords expressed their deliberate intention wrecldug the bill V Earl Grey retorted by extorting from Kltig WIllIam IYwlio didnt like re form bills but dared not oppose the wifeli if the nation for fear of a revo lution permission to call up to the house of lords as many new peers as be necessary to carry his bill The mere threat was enough for tile ords They had no wish to see their rder made cheap mIll ridiculous as ould have bcftn the case had peers ec olne as plentiful as blacUborries It used toba tie ustoni in the Brit sli army fot all oflictvs commissions be purchasetl That is m olilcer in stead of getting Into th6 army by ueans fa compeiHIve examinittlou and rising by merit came straight Troni sclool with It t knowing anything tf the now flu tirts he wis nlont to ns Bume tine turn a cpmnuI n ppugut for him After timtj instead of Ibeing promoted asa reward orhl3 scpvices tie used to buy eachmrQinotipn tf be had ill InOtj f hIs chances Of being promoted were about a thousand to one The insult was that officers who had grown gray iin the service and tougIftIn many Catties reuialued sub ordinates ail their HVes while the sons f wealthy families who tyad not seeii tt quarter of their service jumped ovei theIr heads by having their way putf chasjid up for them to be colonels and ge erals Mr Gladstone decided to do away with tills purcliase system The lordf did not ylsh It to be abolished Coil Kequeiitly when Mr QJadstonevihtro tlticcdlI bllj to abolish purchase In the army the honke of lords was not dIe posed to give It a kmd reception They threw out the bill and Imaginedl1 that theyTiad won a glorious victory But Mr Ghidijtone fount that Queen Victoria had the poycr to iiboliki pur chase In the army Ijy hertpwuract silo pleased lie induced the queen to do tills by Jneans oC n rojal warrant rl1Qro111tererthey could knock tleilo1ne5 off St ItiJcllnonsMail nnil TVoninti- ftJItin hlJssilent and- P0h1d0l COlhPoscaXf Jean Ilaulin in the rift hUt woman gives evidence of her osseous origin by the rattle sho keeps up Move a sack of earth and it iuakes no noise touch a bag of bones and you are deafened with the cUtter clatter London Chronicle The Jaws of conscience jyhich we pretend are derived from nature pro ceed frum nature Montaigne POINTED PARAGRAPHS Beat a boy out of a dime and the crime will never outlaw Comparison may not be a detractlcjn but It Is certainly a hajlf sister The truth with unseUJsh people is they Are liable to brag about ft There Is only one vfay In this world to get your own way Insist upon it Almost any defense would be all ight if you Could make people be JievolL It is just as dangerous to ten some ppopleiaisecret asit ISJO fool with a loaded gun When a man submits to n procession wedding the other men loolc at him the way boys look at a boy whoso mother makes him weav long curls THc man who has made afallure iln any line of business nevtr has a very good opinion of tjie lyau who started in the same hIndat the same time and made It a sueccsAtciijsoa Globe J Too Deep The story is tclf of a lank disconsolate looking farmer who one day dur ing the progress of a poLitical meeting stepsIfeited with a feast of some SOIt iDO you know whoA talking In there now demanded a stranger brlskly pausing for n tuoinent beside thq dis teonso1ntc farmer or do y u just go 1ingln INor sir Ive just conic oit salll- the farmer decidedly hIrE rts Is talking In there That about asked the stranger Well he didnt say the fanner Answered passing a knotted hand cross his forehead ilccornted Tlubby My pet you will pardon me but areiit these griddle cakes a little burned Wlfcy almost In tearsrph prcttygave ine Boston Transcript Lttt ma toll you that every misery 1 miss is a new blessing Walton rTI IOoihltyII- II C t I DaysJj I IIr I liberal sum has been set aside as premiums tIeii handy worki t School Children The Second Day is School Childrens Day when all I SecondI iI1 THIRD DAY willLPresentedaf1neGocarLj 1t t tu EErr r AStartlingtII ShortageCoaflt 8 t Fill your Coal House duringthe Summer or yourfamly may suffer next winer This is no an dvertisihg scheme Jhave no desire lo deGieve the people oo ti I t PrI 5 1 Read the following from the press dispatches Jf TuesdaiJuly 16 i tU L f 1 i Jt1 COAL FAMINE IN MIDSUMMER 1 I i i Althoughthej i famine is felt throujrhout the North western States The Northern Pacific in Montana is obliged to burn Hock l tanif ditional local supplies A Spokane 203jto pet any U coalI from Canada as the Canadian Cananfilled Nearly all the Northwestern nightIU4 A grqat shortage exists on the Pa 11 due coast The Government has U been obliged to orderr 50000 tons sent from Baltimore to the naval stations on the Pacific coast Last winter when the great coal famine prevailed G T 4Ibe1iQvewe prepared to say that we will coiistantly on band in oir yards several grades of the bes1 iruined We arri- withi the mines furnishh tha and ye viIl have it and vilI sell at the lowest possible figure to war rant success the business AM your order end we will it promptly You cant afford put off time you will lose money Remember iri Fiqioj the best that is a r I MH JOr4E t i t IIlHtorj of Till Old and World Fn Iort ilUiuM institution The Alniiiiiflrh de Goth Is more than au almanac1 It Is institution Iruvoly arrsiyCd In roilnnd gold it lies oil the tal16 of every diplomatist is inJJ cjustrtiit request in the newspaper of floes of countries makes a wider inore inlcrimijonnl i appeal tInyother annual of reference in the world it Is to Europe what Burke Dc brett the other pierases are to the British isles Itte also the lineal ancestor and model such topical en cyclopedias as our Irittaker our Ha zell r Stn mans Yearbook A political bnd sovil history of the world for the lasr 150 years could be written rom it hack numbers if these were readily accessible to students But not The Alma nach do a tdithCYnre1703 bnf th did not file It for refcreiie fiumberti in the British museum are tho efor 1774 17J Plcte set can he consulted nowhere except In the qdlto rlal otllce in Friedrichs Alice in the little Tliiirlnglun capital Probably not one in ten thousand ot those who cur knowledgeIt had of course 4ts predecessors The bibliographies of almanacs are t PildlllCotthealone as many as seventythree alma nacs were published in tIle year lTflO including arojal alumnae an almanac for merchants an almanac for Fre- eninsi Hn almanac of beasts an al manac of ljidiimgc etc The city of uothu itself hind its own alumnae from a still earlier clatejn the shape of an ImJlrOCtl1GotIm genealogical and wrltlu7Cnl the origin of which Is lost In the mist of antiquity thoug- ropy datpd 1740 survives Francis Gribble inScrlbnersi A FEAT OF MEMORY Zcuirlir wlciIir of the Kniuoim WrlnlM of lllHtnry As an indication of the qu lltjof Zanjrwills mental processes l may ru lalt an incident fhat occurred while we were iHoduclng hlhc Children of1 thv Ghetto h Mr Zungwill wie seated in my o1lii nUll we were gjlng over some of tluj details of the play It was the ilny tliat LaborJ intimately ecm iJertiMl with the Dreyfus caseju Paris was aKsasslimted KoowhiicJlliAt Ziiin hud hrtinmte knowledge ttt the ease a fcrw York iiewj puper Huuta rtprs u ta thc up to him The re porter entered ihud utter conveying the news Stld Mr Zuujgwlll we nt from you a history of all the famous trials yoii can call to mind paper V Indeed said Mr Znngwlll think I can prepare that for Come to me iii three or four days and I will have Iready We want it now1 objected the nowspaper nutftl We want to Print it In our pjlp r dniorrow niprnlng Hut you surely dont fXpect me to quote you dates facts put of my mind the spur of thp momentdo you asked Mr Zing in astonish iniiit Such a thins Uont of reason Im Hrrilmt Its tluvpnly way wfe cftiijuako me of It 1lfm u1mI faper man firmly Mr uujwiH thought a moment I taei asked If lit could have my stQiiographcr for n sjiort tIine lie was vallej In nail Zangwill dic toted ta then and therv a two col lUilH resquic of all the famous trials on history frOm Sivonarola down mill quited every Impjrtant ditto and Ills brlcul feiituneeonieeotl altJti nch1 From jdriiQl XangwiH byl George C r ler In liohemaiu The CrfWJ Ins lUovr Mothoft5 and niirsiH have devised nnd wilted ii any ways of procuring 0 edlenee and correct behayldr from lluir little ehurjres soul a iiiark police num Lhe fi n Hlar bogy mUUIIs still eniloywT the times change and the people Avlljli them The kist line day when the park was filled with nuthers ouch ijursea I heard 1i inny iciLy of appealing to thelove or fear of a child A stylishly youiiK wo man leudinjr anjIrrepriisHile youngster after making till sorts qfthreats and promise without effect said Child child you glve me wrinkles uuder my eyetttv Kork Press To curb it fln habit A way to cute a habit Is thus explained by the Iiev samuej ilcComb tbq Now Ynck WotUl If you hava a napit wisn to Ret na et p= rmind Upon It after going to bed Re solve1 to discard thntIifablt at the mom mtr you lapsing from semlcon sclousness into complete unconscious ness Itepeat the opera ton several nights weeks It necessary and cure will follow provided that the day after the first night the experiment Is started obey tlie impulse that will come on you to avoid the accustomed UolJf KNOCKED PUT BYA FISH StrangcExperienco of Second Officer of Good Ship Ba er Second Officer HItter of the German steamship lInker which got Into New york the other day from Kingston and other ports of the Island of JaUJalca lmd an unusual experience with a big flying fish while coming up the coast One night he was shaving in his cabin preparatory to going on deck to re lieye First Officer Herbcrger Hh vffshstnud was near a porthole which was wide open and some ten fefet above the water line Rittor was looking out when heard a swash was struck heIi something with such force that be UB wrm Hen PORCh HE fKLL A few minutes later First Officer Her berger sent u seaman below to sefij why UUter had not come on watch sailor fpund the second oflicer eenseles on the cabin floor tile ships surgeon was hastily summoned to revive him Near lay a flying Mi two feett long RUter had struck b1tlikUIf1UJngI awoke nf the tinkle of elstht itlhsl he said when he conic to aml lunftd on the electric IlghrT having wJwn IDappcucd to look t of the port and saw too rod pleitw of fire criming at mi l There vyas si iHifst like a donkey engine gone liijul when It fame in and chi rlghtat ine its mouth open teeth gleaming It cLOne on with Its nose stuck out and against forehead Down went as It a battering rain had struck me Jllut I leaped iip In a moment and veized It crowbar My first thought was that Id been hit by some sailor crazy with the heat but when f fouldosee again there was this airship or Hying llsh sitting In my bunk getting ready to come at meIagujn It rose up a clatter vino nail Kwuni on me with its stc llII 510 ficwsrd The readers of hia paper will be pleased tolearn that there is at least one drenched disease that science hat buck able to ciireld all iu stages CatarrhOure UyIJj ease requires a cpnstitutlolial taeat ment talla Cat rh is tuken shtcrnaliy acting directly upju the blood and mucous surfaces oCthe system thereby destroying the foun dation of the disease and giving the yatisnt strength bj building up the hlgnatureinaso much faith in its curative powers that they offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Squid for list of testiragaiaU Address F J Chutney f Co Toledo 0 jTakeImnat- ia j SJq batDsjfencesleventloors fuelThat blJmedthatalsothatCanada because of the enormous in Northwestern supplyPacifichauledNovaScotiasupplythesufferingof the Northwest ttto wit Montana WashingtonOregon1 add California are going to do forcoal the coming winter Is a serious question Long ago the authorities t S Bi 6 rj Fo2theV iP mpaigqI Kentucky elects a SuB Stat ticket this fall and the campaign and election wln be strenu ue You cannot keep posted unless DlperIfear or favor T- heLouisville I Tmes Does This We have madea special limited arralugement wberebj we S2Dd by matiI The Times LIVE MONTHS The NewsLeader 12 MONTHS For Only 235 Send your order for the combination to THIS PAPER no to The Louisville Tiraes AT Once the offer will positively be vuthdrawn SEPTEMBER 1 natJI i OThacking out wildly with the crow IwnsliumbLand up and pivei It brtttle The way that fish got around Acas terrifying Mostly It ramnuHl KU and the blows of the bar on it ns If its scales were armor ofIwas remembered until I came to halt an hour later The captain had the flying fish for ttvnTtfnat RED HANEY AND THE ELKII IA Remarkable Nature StorYoFron Wyoming Woods Alivniafkuble example of the fury of a thoroughly aroused elk took place I outside Elk Head Wyo recently The animftl a inngnlfloeut bull been wounded just enough to make him mad anti he let every one knOw Just how lie felt t Ked Haney a miner was the first notice that sometCIng unusual was ItQ on In IBousalls woods Clouds dust hung over the forest frightened inmall animate could be seen scampering froth 1tSuddenlr thli miner who laid taken refuge on jut tOll of hut cabin saw the elk emerge from the woods It hesitated for a moment auid5then wade directly for Nobody knows what mIght havo happened it the beast had not got lils antlers tangled up In the en trance jtlaney says that the elk lifted hint cabin and all started down the road As they passed a low hanging tree the miner swung himself off and the angry animal continued his mad race without realizing that his load been lightened Neither the elk nor tile house beep seen since l apecTuxy Young Foley looked so downcast thai the market man asked why he carrl c such a long face Fired returned foley CQUcIseJy Fired r rejpeatedt ttle m rM ro n Give cru noTeaaou fordoing l1- MvyopF 1ey iatld with the alrjof martyr The boaaId he wnf losing niouey du the timings I was mokJng Is that so What were you i1ak- icrV letfikest e wore warned that the coming winter tLwould show a 40 per cent shortageof It 1 coal but it looksas if the 40 per cent rshortage had already arrived AH the railroadS are largely increasing r their train service and thus copstant ly consuming more coaL When the St Paul is finished to Seattle they will require 4J000 tons per day for t Jrailroad use not to mention the new ptowns and villages springing up along irthe wnew mileage rFor two years past few mines have 7 been opened For one year past nd coal lands have been entered hcJoi tPresHentbaving withdrawn acres of coal land feom public entry AThe great demand for house con fsumption not yet commeHced JThe existinfamlne is caused by the great demand from industrial plants Qtt andfofrailroad use 1 I are have Coal ave to Coal of i yoawitl give us fill to it this vre pp all and and and did and and appear II and and nCo JCiic I for pur I you antI will replied aud hm dressed bal you are several you and THAT The tutU him put lwtJ and crashed iny wUh Cur car as tell had and flaney anti had has Mare Than 25000 ill Prizes 11 A Stete Fair rMfft kM HM IIINII CiuJiMteckr Wi a tricky wMh a M g yabasik Mss aissy tktaccapaleeU J jIIewest lUtes iy 1H tHKrw You Just Cut Afftri i Iiss hiII Csiimt ssJ C1lW MSMISSSWSbS- I tk acII ddtigunt a qssisiit ife M Site MT MW aadss bs si WUSIs1a- id cscrMe gradMasJ i Pidk bstltgkacklatkwddt TrtttkJC racl8CIeIMM1liLt t M iauaM prsf IfI fi WI ltd wi aatxUMtiMi yfaa bksT1f iiiiI fSEPT162U907 1 I ILOUL5VILLLI CaptI WI e rYe eI to cMM1widt aiCbt rWI I it tit a uIacaptivs JSIIfIiMlaCnWIC acEs kssck t w ths wwMi s 1hiJIc iK pd i sat 0 npd- 3P 1ssN lIMItUn IWik s S cWCICCh ss si olttJ ct 1c N v Isasu kirT It Ni jJN bN II 1117 arIWIJN IaM II IIWehit s ts Katcy Lturs Md IsgYa JSM ths II sicT sa- eI A4r1ci Write Itl nl LL L iii iiij- IPAR GHEEi- iI Bug QrandT- hI Th Kind That Kills I HaydonCOL4EEi 11 RolIJrtso L DJlUC 5IflRL i i r LLouis viHe is Beaming rof oNj 6 n5s uuJisk- iibnutacturin of ans swrwoodenbcxs t intlm and jMttiUWj Whisky sola tbttOM ax handles and pumt n LouttrQU iil home thnlart JkdoqrlflrtlWWorjd the Irjest so lntbestlandoorr te s esi toritslntbft 6rklsJ ha iurbsnliMi4ouisei aritvdf FUUHOMtSTTts cty neny iOOOOOooor rwj system tn thcUnItd ijd nIentnuba1cl1i1l dcru the homaol EO MEPClALSCHO Enui it delHOROUGH uii yrut rfw nt of i good terprfrsing aty bIne to inYbLIIl JVtI l1YUTLTRTTOlIHIEflLESt LOUISVILLE V- DR JJ1M4 R TONii H MIDEP4TDENTIT TEETH EXTRACTE- OWrHOUT i ii ft N PAINIiCr i iJtl i 1t t i w l Blbck Bp stsira 8 Ji7i SPRINGFIELD KY z tfJtt All Dental Work Strictl3 i i ltf Firstclmss dt 1pIJ C MUDD L jPst iL rid surgeOn 1f4 Office Hours 8 to 9 am J j j JS r 1 t2 pm t 1 t OiBces b over Haydon Drugstore ltjU Lampton Mg= i z = 1Offke in Ooera House 0JoOfIIcctthoNtNos ftesldcnceNo 38 11f llcf IfW F GRIGSBY r ATTQRNEY AT LAW I tfiitt f Ofe over Peoples Bank J1 SPRINGFIELD KY j I q3 RBAEDs MW EZATT ti t i cJJ yBARDSHY TT ty J iI 4 f rPhjfKiins and Surgeons I i Office over C Wl Hagan s gro t 4 i ryopposite Presbyterian h church f Fr nliT W Ray 6 mSlcIANAND I SURGE6NS i Office over Hay d6n lRobe t50 S Drug Store j Bhonesj t Office 115 jResidenpe 172 f 3t r JINYIMAYScy i FUNERALH vifliCTllSI AAND lICENSED EMBALMER r j acIgT LEPJiONElirp YI1 1NGHT74pc I = maoism IT j Itairo4d Schedule j Following is the time schedule 50 nowanleffecc on the Bardstowns and Springfield branch railroad the JJo 41Leayes Louisville 430 p jm Bardstown Jun ati sbS4 sTr1vest Sprinhe1d yO5 p w i XfNP 42 Leaves SprjngT1d4t 6201m Bardstown 607 am 2J 650irmtrrives t2 1 NOi 43Leaves Louisville atpu r 820 am i Bardstown strarrives at Springfield 1230 pm all No44Iaves Spruigfield a 100 p jn Bardstowp 220 pm z Bardstown Junotioni 435 i5m arrives at LonSvillei5 45 p mofJ Nq 90 Sundays only Leaves H SprinKBeld at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstowp Junction 4 845 am arrives at Louisville j fl35anii Nofill Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown I JunctiOD 645 pm kardgtpwn of 780 p tis arrives at Springfield the 825 Pr day l lTrKILLrHE0OUCH- ll AW CURE THE LUNGS titJ i WITH Jr Kingsne 1 t New Discovery in q lFOR cg Rs TrW IIPRICEII All ALL THROAT AN LUNGThOtJILEL l 11AJLU1TBEluISPA OK 0z XOMZT U7UXD Mt r Vr it 1 Jasperon Market ry 4 cal trpv 11 i wit1MrJ H Kearns ot Lebab jf i Yii1 now associatedw1- di l Hf4W M Eolith Market treelt J between Srdand 4th Louisville i Ky Ve cordially inVIte our J ri frierids and your friends to call t r pnu when in the city abdto 1 i 4 s dus orders for any goods j ypumayneed x J 4 tiSt fr rpervIf KIn Bottled In bondiOO IQth r r jtifiart 10 percase y- J Ff We ship to all points from its Louisville ffotse or fiom 42 vafl1 425 State Street New Al a r auy lidiana I lj p J WL5mithFt fJ15 1 jj 1iift t iA dyai r onna d tL i 4 i rIitmlIeofl the best natural c 1 t grJth UzetAt the fanA iOU Jlii 1 EtpripgfieldKy L- rJOIN tiH OOfi WN liHiil Local Happenings of Interest t The Freshest and Latest 8i AIIAbout Yourself Friends and Acquaintances t J McElroyShaderis Get jar tops anaV g satawrences grocery Try Satisfaction best coffee 18cat Lawrences grocery t WANTEDWhitE girls as wait resses at the Walton Hotel Stone jars and juafll sjzes fc per gallon at Lawrences rocery Just think about it i pouua ofI fine chocolate 5c at McErroy Shadeas Fruitjars pints quarts half gallorisV I cheap at Lawrences grocery The sweetest thing made at io cents per pound at McElroy Shaders Buy th i Fairbanks Morse en gines and crushers best Iri deC N G MarkSvAgt Makeup ndsavelOO pffr jent by buying your candy at McErof Shaders j 1 Fora good cup 7 try Chase Sanborns coffee lylcElroy hader agents MachhiryCofall kinds oyer hauled at N G Marks machine shop Gasoline engines a speoi alty t l Have yourk knives plow points cles cythes and lawn mowers ground at my shop NG Marks You are not dreamibgitis the tual fact you can bya nice I e of candy at 10 cents per l und at McElroy Shaders JStrengthenstbeJ gansand cures indigestion IfaMipna fails to do this the costtt c a box wqlll be refunded bYt Red Gross Drug Store WANTED 200 men to picked corn goodiwages write for particulars FUNK BROS SEED C6- Bloomington Illii NOTICE I desire to notify the blic thatl am at the same old and and am prepared to serve kinds of soft drinks t J F Greene I have for sate seven barrels June apple vinegar at 35 cents bVjthebarrelHart well Etherington Willisburg KtMr vand Mrs Alfred Dehoney Lebanon are rejoicing over arrival of a fine boy Tues evening His name is t George Washington DehoLey Before going to press we learn j at DepewBurdette adver sed in this issue owing to er Pji dates will not be here xt week but will appear later the month The Washington County Colored Fair will begin Thursday September 19tH and pontinue three days The Springfield colored fair is always good and prpmises to be eyen better this year than ever Dr George Lawrence the Io i l veterinary1 successfully eated a case of a lock jaw in a orse belonging tq McElroy Shader The horsy after being rIven hard Saturday was taken with lock jaw and Dr Lawrence After several hourswrlr succeeded in relerving theanimal Mr W T Comstock has a sow which gave birth to a freak pig The pig has been formed insideout All of its dges veorgans heart liver and all l5 11 rtswere perfectly formed but hadgrwnon the outsfde Of its body Its hind legs weie doubled pver against Jore parts The freak was Ifullv developed and was one of littler of six healthy pig It was born dead There will be a picnjo at- rederickstocva on Saturday September 21st tile proceeds of which will be for a charitable purpose PJent of abamusernent and innocent games for all good soda water and soft drinks and refreshments and a first aw substantial picnic dinner fu case ofrain good shelter has bfen provided Admission free Gome one TOPIGS IIr t Ildrenjandbave inT At a meeting of the Republi ij can committee of the 15th Sena tonal District composed of the IWashingtonl Ky on August 21 1907 it was drderedby said committee that the Republicans of sid counties shall meet in mass conventions on Monday September 2 1907 at2 oclock pm at the places designated bttheir respectivell county committees for the purpose of selecting delegates to a district convention to be held inE the court house m Lebanon Ky odaySeptember t pose of nominatingjaf Republican candidate for the State Senate for the aforesaid district The basis of representation shall be pne delegatei for each one hurtE dredor fraction over fifty Re publican votes cast in the last presidential election On the j above basis Marion county is i iTaylorii and Washington county 14 dele gate votes 1DW F Grigsby Chin J Death of Mrs L1eartt Mrs Sallie Lear one of the oldest and most highly respected ladies of the Mackvitie teigh borhood died at that place ion Thursday August 15 ofra com plicationt of diseases Deceased Was tile wife of William Lear f and was a noble Christian Character She had been a resident t of this county nearly all of h rI life and had reared a large fami ly of children to manhood and wornanhoodI She was about 65 years of agand was a taitihful j member of the Christian church t Mackvilte from which pjajcel JSaturdayjij p The rollowing children sur vive Mrs Erastus Case lArs Lula Wycbff Mrs W4lterv Thompson Mrs L N Ariiold Miss Zula Lear and George Lear i Republican Mass Convention JPursuant to a callof the Re d publican District Cominittee of the 15th Senatorial District the cRepublicounty are ordered tc meetn Mass Convention at tlie Court Houce in Springfield Ky ori Monday September 2 i9t7at 2 oclock pm tfor th puipose1 of selecting4l delegates to a dis rict convention to meet alll Lebanon Ky on Wednesday September 4 1907 at 2 oclock pm for the purpose ohiomina i iiig a Republican candidate for the State Senate for the 15th senatorial didtticttoe v ted i for at the November election 1907 WF GRICSBY A M Duncan Chairman t SecretaryI McChord Nominated The Den craiic county con vention to nominate a candidate for the Legislature was held at the court house here on Monday il afternoon and Mr W C Mc Chord was nominated The convention was entirely liar mbn j ousand everything was harried out without a hitclj Mr Ellis H Steel was elected i Chairman and Thad Gheatbam was chosen Secretary A com mittee on resolutions reported i the resolutions which we publish j below without leaving the meeting Mr C B Pope horainated Hon W C McChorcT as Washingtoncountyscandi date on the Democratic ticket for the Lower House of theJ Kentucky Legislature There i was no ot1lerJ1 mirm ion ard Mr McCord was nominated by acclamation Mr McChord Was ji notified of the honor and in a short speech accepted it Tbe following are the resolutions Resolved That we approve the action off the Democratic County Executive Committee in calling this convention Resolved That we heartily commend the present DemOcrat- ic admmistiatioa lor excellent practical and businesslike administration of State affairs In Jo W Beckham Kentucky has a safe and conservative Governor one who lIfts advanced the interests of the people of the Common wealth and who at all times has stood ready to restore law and orderr and put LIr STYLISH FALL I1ATSflII 4 And Veils For The FiiirIi 4 5 Come and buy anew hat for the FairNwet styles in Hats and Veils will be displayed Saturday 1 and next week Come in and see them at fj Miss KnoltsIOpposite Postoffice i l s ttl down lawlessness therefore be it Rr splvedThat we Jheartily in dbrs his candidacy for the Uni ted St tesS hate Resolved That we congratu late the Democracy of Kentucky upon the selection of the most excellent State ticket headed by the Hon S W Hager and that we the Democrats of Washing ton countv pledge to the licket our hearty support Mr Hager as Auditor has served bis State well he has proved him self to be a clean ojoedient and efficient servant and we have every reason to believe that his administration of the State affairs asi Gcryernor will be heartily ommendableand that he will strive to advocate the interests of ali the people Resolved That we indorse the candidacy of Rogers Gore for State Senator and believe that e will make an active and effici ent official and commend him to the voters of the district LFERSONAL Mr Leo Havdo was in Louis ville Sunday J J McCabe hat returned from Louisville MISS Eddie Shader was in Louisville Suuda Miss Veola Brown has re turned from Bloomfield James OBryan of Louisville is spending the week here Mr H P McChord of Hop kinsville is here this weekjMiss Ellen Waithen has re turned from Griffin Spring Mr Owen Thomas of Louis ide is visiting friends here Mr T L Hardesty spent Sunday wltn his ftimiiyin Lou isv len Messrs Len Allen and Clifford Roberta were In LuisvilleSu- ay i1I v Mrs Julia Tplbert pf Lincoln county is visiting Mrs Jenpie Tolbert Miss Fannie McElroy has returned from the Jamestown Ex position Mrs C A Edelen of Louis SallieIMae Carrico Miss Margaret RusselI1has returned from a two weeks visit in Louisville Miss Eugenia Dunlap Ewing is visiting her a tlMrsLucian Gregory MIss Molli Whayne of Leba non is visiting her sister Mrs Whayne Miss Louise McElroy ot Lebanon Ts visitiog Miss il Eleanpr Duncan llrsKate Canlrof Louis ville is here this yeek to visit her sons family Mrs W J Lisle of Lebanon visi ed Mrs W T McElroy the first of the week Mrs Samuel Av ritt of Louisville is visiting her sister MrsJ John W Lewis t Mrs Alonzo Mimms of Cat lettsburg is with Mis J B RoBarls this Week II Mrs T A Hardesty and chil dren are visiting Mrs E H Lanham in Louisville MissJennnie Leaohman and Miss Alice Haydn are recuper iating from typhoid fever Mrs Cliapeza Wathen of 0 vensborp has retuined to her home alter a viaitto relatives herd i Mrs EL McKinney of Bowling Greenis visiting at tbehomeof Mr and Mrs F- Ill Noe H Mrs William Krak r and fanvly left Monday for Adair ville where they will make their home Mr and Mrs Johh rijfand children of Lpuisyille vislieo- relatives here several days last week DMiss Mary Hope Carpenter ol Perryville is visiting Miss Mat Bell Gibbs this week and attend ing the faire a I Miss Bertha Miller and Miss Nell Saltsman of New Hopet are visitors at the home of Dr and Mrs Trusty Misses Alexia M Closky ofIJ JiMaudJ I Russell during the fair v Mrs Katherine Neal ands daughter Miss Elizabeth of Louisville are visiting Mr andu 1IjIiMrs REC Lawson returned from Henderson Fridayand has confined to her btd ever sinceI with a severe illness Mrs Samuel Anderson livinga near town is very illI with typhoid ii pond has a babe four days old t Her condition is criticalnt Mr W H Wharton returned Sunday from a visit to Chicago where he spent a weeK taking in the sights of a large cityhMr Pat Tpbin after several las visitamongrelatives in thiso and Nelson counties left Sun day for his home in Illinois f Misses Sallie anq Nora Barts of Bardstown and MissHartS of Jeffersontown are visiting j Rev G W Lyon and family Miss Margaret Hurst who has been visiting relates here for several weeks has returned to her home inLmisvjl1eh Kir E C Neal of Nwfefcar rolton Miss visitd his little daughter lilnan at Mr T A- Hardestyslast weejr Mrs Mary Hughes otBoomt Mrs Mdttie McDowell lfieldand ruudy their sister Mrs Major id Mrs Joseph P Claybioobe of Louisville are guest at the home of Mr and Mrs WT McElroy this weekhJ Mr Chas H Booth of Louis yule who at one time was intthe newspaper business in Springfield paid this OffiC eatcall yesterday4 Mr Hugh L Browning formerly of this county but whoa has been living at Owe sboro- tfor some rrime is visiting friends t in the conty this week Miss Nancy Simms returned from Huber Station last evening t accompaniel by Miss Virginia Barbour who will visit Ithe Misses Simms during the fair t Miss Mayrne Donelly of near town entertained a party of young friends Tuesday eyening fii honor of hervisitor M iesIi Morton Mrs Mattie Cecil and children Thelma and Herbert of StsLouis Moeft for Lexington Tuesday after spending seyeral days with tier aunt Mrs Carry Raney and cousin Gertie Hall Miss Willa Knott returnedb from Kome CityK Friday night While away Miss Knott was in Canada anda number of NorthI ern cities returning by way of Indianapolis and Louisville to lay in tv supply ot early fall millinery Misses Lydia Duncan and Abn bie Kimball Jreturned from a trip to the Jamestown Exposit iiuand a visit with irelativeS at Sa JOt Va Tuesay evening They were accompabied home by Miss Edith Clemons of Sabot Va who will visit them several weeks t DeWitta Tattle Rarjy Risers dont K ckfn or gripe Small pillsr easy too take Sold by the Red Cross rugJj stoic r Noticee I will have my herd of Dinocfj t Jersey hogs at the Springfield Fair on Thursday the second day All who are iinterested in fine hogs are iorJia1LyInvted to call and inspect my herd 4 JE SHELBY John iah a prorolnont dealer ot j Vlning1 la Baysl h vebeeti jelling DeWttta Kidney and bladder tlU for about a year and they give better satisfaction than fpm I ever sold There area dozen people her wto have nsed them and they give jKJafect satisfaction in everyI j ie have used them myself with Joe results Sold by the Red Cross Drtg1 Store IFOR SALE I wIllunlss sold privately onI SaturdayY8eptember 28 offer for sale to the highest bid der the house and lot on Leba non Street known as the Leach man Home An opportunity to l1my av nice home cheap Good stable and grass lot for cow and horse Will gladly show prospective buyers through house at any time For further particu lars apply tto or address i WAITERELEAOHMAN 345t Springfield Ky We never repent of eating too lit id Wa one qf the ted rules of Thomas J ff rson president of th United States and tbe rule applies euery one without exception dung this hot weather because it is ard for food even in small quanti ies to de digestecTwhen the blood is at a high temperature At this sea on we should eat sparingly and properly We should also help the stomach ae much as possible by these r of a little Kodol fot Indigestion nd Dyspepsia whichl will rest the stomach by digesting the food itself Sold by the ed Cross Drug Store- rep Tour Fnce to tfie Sunlight and Smile Through Yorr rear I know un old Than who llias had a deal of trouble addmauy losses nd misfortunes but lie started out in life with a firm deteiuniuatlou to ex tract just as much real enjoyment rom tt as be wntaiong as possible ot in dissipation but in wholesome recreation and fun He has always tried to sde tie humqrous side of things the bright side and theduty of happiness The result is that jilthougn this man as had more than his share of sorrow in his areerIie tins developed the stimable faculty of making the bestI f ererV situation and of always Inc Ins the bun and turning his back to the shadows This life habit of cheerful ness and optimism has brought out weetness of character and a poise and serenity of mind which are tle envy of nil who kifow bjm Although be has lost his property anQ the most of b9 family and relatives yet he radiates Kunshhlc and helpfulness wherever he goes v I A nan who can laugh outside when he is crying Inside who cap smile when he feels badly has a great ac- omplishment We nil love tIC one who believes the sun sliines when he cannot see It A potted ro3e In a window will turnI its face away from the darkness to ward the light Turn it as often as you will it always turns away from the darkness and lifts Its face upward the sun So we instinctively shrink from voId melancholy inky natures and turn our faces toward the bright the cheerful and the sunshiny There Is more vir tue In one sunbeam than in a whole atmosphere of cloud and gloom Your ability to carry your own sun shine with you ypur own lubricant our own light so that nomatter hW eavy the load or dark the way jjou will be equal to the emergencY wifl measure your Ability to continue and o achieve Success tAFRIEND A harbor ofrefuge from the stormy waves of adversity A balancing pole to him who walks cross the tight rdpe of Ute A watch which beats true for all time and never runs downjj A permanent fortification Vhen ones affairs are In a state of siege Tfo first person who comes in when thc whole world ias gone1 out One who loves tJhe truth and ybu abd will tell the truth in spite ot you The triple alliarice of tthe three great powers love sympathy and help One who multiplies joys divides griefs and whose honesty is inviolable- A Jewel whose luster the strong acids of poverty and misfortune cnn lnot dim ne ivho combines for yop alike the pleasures and benefits of society and solitude A bank of credit on which wevcan raw supplies of confidence counsel gi pathy help and love betoreJYdegerCompetition How Clark Received the Gift Broken by ill health aud bowed down y dTsappolutment Clark retired to private life in bitterness of soul and passed his regaining twentythree years of crapulous existence In obscm ity and poverty frrleflds culled atten tion to Clarks sad condition a tewc years before he died and the legisla ture of Virginia grandiloquently ac knowledged his greats rlccs and sent him a Jeweled sword The old bergs anger was aroused When Virginia a sword I gave tier one he exclaimed to the messenger She now sends me this toy I want bread And he thrust the blade of the costly gift Into the ground and broke it at theohUttI Lymiu Tow Sprague In George Robi erts Clark and His Conquest of the Middle West Iii Outing ilagazine The Joke Maker The way 1 learned my trade saldI the man who makes Jokes for a living was to take advantage of every little thing that happened to come alongI Whatever it might bp sad or gay seri tis or SHOOT I squeezed a jtkeout oft At first they were very poor But after a great deal of labor Ifound myC brand of humor limproving Trttelorc ten made my beJt friends rot deatHs enemies and turned every mans hand against me on liiorfe than one accaalonI but at last I triumphed I wont toll ou what my salary Is you may not believe me But you can take my word for it young man that heres money lulmaklug jokestNew Y orb CUilflren fnPnIn never cry as do obildren who areauI fering from hunger SUch is the cause of all baby who cry and are treated orsfckness when they really are suffering from hunger thIs IB caused from their food not being as fimllated bntdevdiby ybrBa8 A pewdosesof W 1 a VrI face will cause thet4 crylag and beSln to thrivi At otiie Give It trialI old by the nCre w rI1g StoreIap 7W j r i III will soon Whsard Ais Boys i and Girls i I t 1 MwIi I whavejustrtdaoalWeBOYS CLOTH1S S cut in the late styles and w ire i on them We are also sfeWmj i 11 IITheyare Shirts Hats Cap Shoe and Hos I hew Dress Goods SiIBoth in Cotton and Woolen Fabrics Just in for School Girls Wear IIbleJf you want a stylish and at I the bl largest and gooxllwearing sho tIwII I IIf 1Nea Trunks Suit Cases Telescopes and Hand Bagt I Soaps Comb Brushes Towels needed by School Boys orG rls e andeverJlUiI1It will pity you to trade at the II Big will highly appreciate YOllrpatrona e IIIC l II pS J ii i 1l t S Bargains f Big Bargains lII t A T COST I= II 1NTIN i AND GLSPUL ffl Good bargains in MasonJsJrspfnta = quarts and half gallons Si = My stock of Groceries complatali siryIIM = Meat Lard Sugar and Fkwf I sold at close prices for cash Country produce iOt change same ascash tGSH PAID FOR EGGS S FIVE PER CENT OFF fOl CASft Ill WiP LAWiBNcE M i EVERYBODY INVITED h r f To visit our exId t i SpringfieldFair iiThe Best Wire i FeugeT ON TirE 11ARKET D I R f HMIMT AT MICONSAL Ialheyl aoss tfit 40 the rod TTwiheiviest woven wt sLanard1arm Ice catha marketw WRITE rot PRICES ANO DESC II TIO- NVfe asd handle Pwritry and Field Fences of alfKtedi Farifitfig III G D Bo 4 444+1 1t vr7c r trHrV1T 7 Delayed P con i siMzkt of Kentucky to nomi candidate fors ji Reptthlkan iiiMoc RUrQdomissqnS eibsAs beceoLtheii quorum at the meeting of tbe lict Comrajttee which wi io bftve been held at Repub Ii444JnhqeatIeriat the ouis r yilIHo4tI jici action heing 4 4dtq uh i Ucat the nomination of r i udi be at a comvention 0 b callt iritbii the next few L dyLTtPo4H e4 MgIbers of the com itiittte in ItuiiTg wacaIted tgordy a1p tiyftnig Lhree r being toconstiUte a qtorup LBY a Tote of 9 tc 5 the members 1bto wit the arrval of other mem Qif y1atetr1nL Ioveyr 4 I th mernbeiS rriv4 arid after a short session in the after the onimittee a1joitned to tonthecali Qf th Chiffilati members wlio ivere presIt wfre Ohairnin Thomas L4 BillaVa Secretary George X bJ Bailara THomas Wal er 6f exiagon Wilbur Phelpsf of KaUr nttri4 fp McCoy I Puliski county Ii iitirice MarkH county George Hutch jnedn Xnderson county anil J Hrald1I jth by ICiir Bleed Skin Diseases Can t t cer Greatest Blofid FurlflcrJFree if rour lldoct is impure thin dfs eased hot or in 1 of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncle eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings And bumps scabby pimply sklnr Donepains catarrh rheumav tisinu or any blood or skin diseesrt stake Botanic Blood Balm in B ySbon alJ sorp heat Caches and pamsK si I StOp andthe blood Is made pure and rith Druggists br by express l per large botfle Sample free by writing F Blood flalm Co Atlanta GaJB B B is especially advised for chronic eepseated cases as it cures after Jll else falls 91yi t f1jOiarenceA Vantrsda1 who got us handsevere1ycuh edrbeiween atfie rpolers at the spjfeed rnilof Mr Riker Vanars- dalLftSttrtVd weeks go c1icI L1 3 nd y af emoonab5 MAWFe Pf hisjOle Mr 4 Girli anarsdalfm this dry from te1TeCtSO blood rnis n IfIngT Forveral flays before i jhe dii tihiaicondjtipn was alarmt lug jmciis death was expected flY intended to amputate his t lI hand but Ws nervous condition1t iwa sucbtlthafe the physician ais tag ntU y 4It will rbe remembered that t after Mr Vanarsdall was jhnit arri gcr of himsel- lndf1ssiBrtha Troser th Ic- Stook place last February wa e tmadetyoungwifeyas at Danville III wlwe she shad a positipi a Ii I Jgg eriis i a ealthy fainiI i i and on being riotifiedbf the in 4J s I jnrytoherhusband sbecmepP F once to Harodsbug Wa a wjthhtnwben 1i died Bjsjd s iiyoung jcl0 he s urive pnesisteieaE4 eaHrrodsbrgciimocrat t i jij V da Sanfay Hook Farce t LoxingtonKy 4The tritiltC iz Elbert 1prgiLJahnAbn1ran 9i Bill Brittn charged withthe XL4 ff 1r jtt j April 13 3902 will be called al I i Sandy Hook Elliottcbiinty t Monday by Special Judged 3Ji Moody NSome of the witnesses lefffy is Breatfiittl Perry andjolher mourin tain counties today for Sandy r HoQkjnd pthersmU go qn Sunday Many itnepses Iiv6 ts f AnQtfoer Stais and tsummonses 4iiljbe ssqed ut once for ther a ir c i1stot believed thatt- Iwie 1P JrM entered iato at tbis time allhough Judire MobdTls i s aina2 s T5 geljthe trial overr J AttorrieyA F Bird wilfpossi bly t from Lie I tllIcuni1S 4ondtpasistihepiosecuti- of n 1 James rgis rkJ Beitkittccoiipty was acquit eB f a n3th ago of the charger of kiilicox 4t piny TAG IN Office Boys Romp Ofl Cornice of Neiv York Skysiraper t EVENTEENTW STORY STUNT jAnd Breathless Broadway Crowd of Reckless Urchins hFinestStopped by St Pauls Superintendent VEertrust the DUtCh West India corn ruiiy some 200 years ago opened nn jfficQ for the transaction Of the furtrbnslness vllh the Manhnttau Indians tlpwn near thesiteofthe Standard Oil bhllrtinj the New York office boy has been notorious for audacity freedom from restraint and carelessness of the safety of himself and those Nvho come contact vqth him It Is doubtful Iiovf elfir It any of them ever eclipsed tile ed A MOST AMAZING GAME OP TAO aerial agility displayed recently some of the toys of the St Paul building at Broadway and Ann street Every two stories the talk Irregular building Is belted by a narrow cor nice It was about the hour for most people In offlcea to grow sleepy and tired when ahoy slipped out o a eev chteeth story window to the cornice b and Tvlth arms stretched out side rapidly along the narrow ledge e o tlieT nest window Before he had ed rctachtSl it another boy had folloxved hfin to the cornice and sfdleft hipldlj along In an evident endeavor to over take him Then for ten minutes then was the most amazing arid esclt ing game of tag that was ever seen oo j roadway t wSgsenteea Dorics below the cFolwfodd jgaiihig with wonder yatcjiin j tiler li italic players Significantly pass ersby turned out and gave that iecrion of the building where the play was going on a wide herth7 leaving fhfsBldewalks almost unoccupied lest thelaibtijstruc by a falling body In antl out of the wlndowp Ihe byipat ona point Jnrnirig a sharp corner which took them nppareuUj Into another room As the chsitse ret hotter the pace was Incrasedtr Well I iiever saw ll otljce if movQ so fist as that on solidground ejaculated one onlooker After this performance had gone or what jsecmed to the wiitchers longJOme but In reality was only r eewo be danger of a block on Broadway some one telephoned to the superb tendent oftn bnlldrnsrn ptifying Slim hat hundreds of lives were being Putjeopardy by the gainejaiid thutt lIe being of the public If note UhV boys It was time to call a halttThe supcrilitemleht f acted nt once tinhthe finest free fexhiblt ton since Brya5 rode ui Broadwhy came tozinefldlt PUshed a Bear To walk rijhfcup tb4amonster heir and tryttrshoveTt out of this was nut thVfri escape rlth but so njnch as V scratch Is an pxporience of ia lifetime Harry I EngelDrlght found it o ti fev diy ago in Dlaiuoiid canygn abov Wa hlugtou Scv The yc unpr niaifc sou of Coiir9sInii jEngelUHsht 1Thll just returned from the upper country where Ie 1ia been tlohig sotne survey JSjd niid rclates his tljrllllhjf expert i iteuce was coming on dpsk af th 3bjose otlieiIas work In the bmsl lined trajl jie saw protruding what he tfioughr wcrch the hind quarters o some strny bovine dIe walked up an fiyci the brute a shoye lt came tr Iti hannche3 With n snort that mail himiliaIrmlie mind Caused lilm to bent r Jiasty retreat The big brtite lookec1 mfjiuuu and then shnllUxl off Into thr WO5d awns Gold Teeth apd Wooden Leg The despqr tiou fWhlch sometime seizes the povertj stricken seldom lia had a mare thrilling exompllllcatlor than fit the case of Charles haul who In fin effort to secure money tc send to lila sick wife whom be claim f jIs in Chicago laid two gold teethmnd ta wodlen leg upon cbtwiier o Zacharia Woolf a pawnbroker anc begged for a loan Woolf Says h knqjY Blank scars ago when fie tya prosperous huff confidence In hi word Accordingly he handed Bhin 8Tind the latter minus a part of hi masticating and loeprnQtlon organs hobbled to a bank and bought a draft to send to his afflicted one Baa Sting Causes Lockjaw juWckjaxViresultlng frbnr time sting olf a tree ended the life of Ralph Ftiy four years old In the Municipal hcspltiil Philadelphia flereditnry Your son h a great football piny- or7r Yesitis jierealtary fQ never Jieard that his father ivas a football playe He isnt lint he Is a chronic kicker ftousfon Post Pay Uiff1 honest debts prompfly antV cheerfully Is a virtue manhood ap preciated by every one NewarK Ark Journal I rcr4v L lftc deadl than it used to be I ej 4uJconspte rcey I aw j aIdttJ ALL DflL1 C1STS 80a AND 100 4 When theE 11Hair Then its time to act No time o study to read to experi ment You want to save your aIr and save it quickly too So make up yout mind this ery minute that iE your hairII m ever comes out you will use tuAyersf the scalp healthy The hair- of w stays inf It cannot do anya thing else Its natures way The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years r thAi1qersluPILLSCHEJRr PEcTORAItu r THE QUESTION OF LIFEsUe IJIonV PfroirreMvauil the nbok of tlie luSElicliteentU Century aIni world was led by illusion advanc by lies Everybody hated work which was the only health Evcn the at dolefully of the curse i thofo rich which meant uuhfipplness evcrvl body wanted to be ide which meant of death Change was regarded as prog Less and to had otto different IrOn of oneself was to find one worse than oneself And with nIl these I sympa th thized knowing them to be wrong I had listened to moralists arid lCtifore all was done discerned that ftoquestldn of morals was a question of latitudes and vice related to the equa tor Cruelty was a creature of tlie thermometer the trpplcs tortured what the arctics nursed Happiness l was born of contrast when It wasnt born of temperament and Third ave nue laughed oftener than fb One man committed suicide another gave a feast Each was worth 2QOQb The suicide bad been a millionaire the feast giver a pauper I considered merchants and gambles There was ut one difference when the mer t chants resoijrces ended his credit end d vyheii the gamblers resources ciul Iris Credit began When the gnu1S bler was down his fellow gamblersit helped him when the merchant we55r down lila fellow merchants fell upon him and tore him like wolves Progress A wise mai proVed It by c pointing to a railroad ahd aUhigme o remember stagecoaches I askeSIt was better to travel 900 a tmisaid one could reach Chicago Tha day nd night I replied that one couldn reach Calcutta in a day and night IItt aid that medicine arfd surgery halthat we now saved lives we used to lose I asked wiry Jt was Im ortant to save Ifves that must one day l dle also I pointed out that we saved oveakltngsduceweaklings which was progressing ifackward lie grew angry ancl asked I favored death I grew angry and asked If he favored birth also I wait ed to hear whether or no h believed in killing weeds Progress I know nothing of medl ine and railway and stagecoaches and saving lives but I do know aboujt books Anil I set by my bookcases that the uinetcJu h century did not write so well nor in things beautiful tlfiuk so well as did the eighteenth with the promise rll tibout ine that tlie resent century Rill write worse and more heaviLy than either r at better guns clocks pbtvs sewluti machines but tliejy wrote better Eug t llsh and thought obler thoughts Al fredHenry Lewisjln Cosmopolitan Omen of theWetlillnS lUiifiT At the close oT recent divorce case a woman spectnto remarked knew they wjuldnt pull together very long The crease made by h ir wedding ring pro ed that When shQ had been marriet six months I Bcr tak0 her rins off one tiny The mark It had left w is so faint you CDUld hardly sea It Yp can aIways gnn- lielength larriage by the linprclit slots made by hq wedding some cases time rmg even though cii tlvofy too large sTuks away Into the finger Such a murk as that ludicatoa a marriage as lasting as etenilty Oth er women may wear a ring as tight tIm sklnyct it trill leave scarcely a streak on time flesli ln that case look out for an early termination ofthe con tract Tim otlicr women present said noting it but oil Improved the first oppor trinity to isllp their rings around and i inspect the telltale mark 5Tho fee Cs of some wore an expression of satis faction others of disappointment bit nobody knew the reason therefor New York Tress A Conwiileinte ActrenN A doctor saw Jtilln JIarloive as U3 hot one nightln Pittsburg and was Ire mcndousiy impressed Oflly iii tile pdw erful leatli scene there was a itmelink al errorjtti8Liflrloe the dqctor sa t a e jtlie next day I admired yorIr flurofori1thly The hnporsa ilatitjaj rs a work of art But part 01 me diTt you know that a corpse doesnt stiffen for at least six hours titter death Miss Marlowe answered In tilt drawl that she reserves for such speeches Now doctor tkfryou think Im going to keep my audlencesi walt lug six hours tot rae to stiffn ficliOolboyM KxMhy on Henry VIII Henry VI II was a frequent wldow cr conceited cunning cruel and con fl tent He burned the popes bulMii cllil gy beheaded hi best friends made himself defender of the faith by a Lat in law and lud an Inordinate ambition anti an ulcer in big leg Henry aternly deiikxl the Validity of the proud pope pfItoum und at lust worn out lby ah internal discord lied more In sorrow than iu augoriHarpcrs Weekly SnincTronliJc ISTcryrvlicre TiVe hav tTjrbther In our cJnlrch who belonseJ b several other deiiojuma tlons before ho came toii1 and he tells W they haVe tie sarac trouble dverjv wherodipcJs8lhle to1a 2OOQ iircseheifor 750 a year Osborne Ivanl Eiirmcr JieprateiL II ibbyrMypot you will pardon inc Jnit aront thesa riddle cakci a little burned WIfey nlmost In tearsiQh itt3Iorgave njej BostohTranscrlpt Let ii tell yon that erpy mtsery Iv t o ebIeJWiitcu g BIG BALLOON RACES uropean Sport For Kentucky iru State iFain art RAILROAD RATS CUT IN TWO a Tickets Go On SaIaSept14and Areno Good Returnirfg Until Uthe Sept 3 thp tie Along wi thb othdrb1gathusew eat dntorprises secured for the Ken eky State Fair In Louisville the lie beeekl Sangrhiu1turelirumT tor put on balloon races This Is a form of sport that lies been fc responsiblet for lhe expendituro vt thousands of thulium in Europe among e aristocracy during the past few It perhaps the most exclt g of nil kinds of races f The balloons to be used at the Ken 5of cky State Fair are as nearly Idea tlcal ask is possible to manufacture two articles of the samtj kind They ent ere pjie inflated with the same preis the urd of gas Expert operators are to the hi charge Ballasts of sann weight g the same will be given to each the nti the result of the races will doftf pond upon tine manipulation of this Imllast amosL entirely The balUbns will leave the ground the same timie ascend to a height at will throw them Into a current I fair carrying them naturiillyln th0 lo same directIon lf4Lzi the minds eyb tine sprutator he could dlviflo the Its hallooh race Into heats t ie moment reaching this air ciirrer t would be called the first heat It here tIm- e t in excitement begins Fr impno hal loon a iilig of sand Is thrown out from other onfe or two In tils wayond fiperatori lip is skillful he wins the lieat Viewed from any standpoint the balloon meow at tine Ken ucky State Fair must prove as great an attrac ion as anything that Is billedforHhe f big week which begins Supt Iflth TROTS PAjCESJOTNII G RACES reKentuckyGreat Speed Progrim No matter in what cli eel Ion tin taste of tho visitor may run so far as speed contests are corcernpd tfie Kentucky State feair at LouijsvHle pL 10 to 21vill gratify his desire There jiro tobe trotting n ces pacing of cacesaces and balloon races A tfottTng us or pacing race haa been arranged Tor ali day as fellows Sept inth 22Q pacing Sept 17th er 225 trotting Sept 18th lT pacius to ept 19th 2IS trotting Stjpt 20th freoforaU paciiTg Sept 21st 210 trotting A sixhynaroddollir pu se Is offert Ift1these be know as ths Loiilsvllle Retail Merchants jisocis tion pursx and niother as th Louisville Cohu to iimerciaiI having been made by both of those orgnlnizations Uunning races each day for purses f t1oWeilutisday Louisville Day automo bile races limited to Kontiicky owhocl J iiauboirobiitnjentioiJed race will follow a gret itS antomobil parade entirely arbnnd Uiu track The dates of time baliocb i raves have not yet been announced V AN IGORROTE VISAGE dOnetycky State Fair WeeklIn line with Its policy to put on only the greatest attractiOns hat can he secured the Kentucky State FO management has cloned a contract to huyo anlgprrote Village at the coti lug exhibition during tIne weekof Sbpt ICth In Louisville which iv iiin iiimdoumbtediyThis village is pew located Within the Wlilte City at Chicago Its Jnhabltants t am a horde of barbarians who have come clfrccWroiii the Philippines inThisLubite r Phlljppinci Tlosenratloii All of those natives were returned to thc Philip Vines by order of the United States regovernmentslgnn with Uncle Sam to bring over a SOw lot of genuine dogeating Bon toe Igorrotqa The riniltlveCllfo of hose barbarians will be lid every y at the State Fair just as it is in t ontoo Their huts are otjialtlve iv tcrial coaling from he Island of Lnizon The tni incmdes some ot the famous head hunter of the Philip repinesindnics peculiar to the people and there are constant danc es and feasts The native industries ire showti In the village which wllllje openHo ln lsictmctIon l during State Fair week1 at Louisville r TRAILED WILD ANIMALS Muiidys Trained Wild Animal Arena the big zoological congress that man been holding forth In the famous Vhlte City at CRicago this year has- Id hecn engaged for the Kentucky fitate Fair at Louisville Sept lath to 21st This Is admitted to be one of the ttOtY cornplejqtrrjted vItl animal if iiiimn no in mticiiuu i ilulv iio better collection nor are there liner Bfeclmcns of the AsatJo and African carnlvora thanare lo be seen In this big trained wild annual show Each and every one of them is thoroughly urlucated and every one Is a cdmyetent atjr AiiRMelx Froncli l For wo coimirloH wo havtjj oen cry Ing Encore H at the end of a song Avherc a Frencjunan never says It his own eqnlvaleut for it strangely being tine Lathi his And on tho tapis appears in English far more oftcn than In French and nilsunderstoiRl1 at tliat since It does not incau on the care but 6u the tablecloth of the council table lor discussion London Chroni cle floth SntIs11ed ATiBhould like to break itio bptli cant bqar to give up th s dlamoncl ring Then Why ilont yon4ll hlm oI thplllnnlmen SUetdyr Bits 1 HO Might Succeed Profcssiprra 1lluznonist Wit shOt torced Now I never tri- tobo ftjfOy YIsavbsOIu Ii t you BbSulcI Mr Woodshhlel Oile nev er knoWs what oiie can do till ont tries Ptckj CC- t ADVERTISING AN ART It ShoUld Be Matte nu Art Tknt Culls Beauty to its servlccCAdvertising Las Indeed become ao it remains Tor it to become It not One art at least au art that call beauty to its service WUeu It does mucb of the energy that Js now mla directed much of the money that is prodigally wasted in destroying wbrlds beauty will be saveJ The right procedure is indicated by thirst cqnsplcuoas medium for pub advertising The press In itfc daily toekly or monthly forms offers alto gether the best ineiuvs for calling pub 1attentionst of public journafethose which e recognized as tine most desirable ediiims for advertising and width teonsequeutly obtain the highest prices tirclassify land restrict Jn a judicious manner the advertisements that they print They califlne them to ccrtnln pfirts of the publication they restrict their dippiuy to curtain decorous styles type recognizing that to admit a hejtec skeller distribution through m columns or to display them In Incbher fashion according to the whims ofl advertisers would largely destroy a very objects held In view The readers of those Journals would resent I intrusion of advertising matter In in tine spree set apart for news eQI torials etc mind the influence that to glVes the advertising Its value would decline fin the same way the forms of afl vertlslug that now give exceeding of use to the community ought to restricted dud kept within proper urn If this were effected the prnptlcq- wouid change from the public nuls ance that it now Is to a function that a considerable degree might couple t genuine service to the public with a presentation of Its material in an In teresting and even eathetlcally attrac ve fashion Sylvester Baxter In Cern tury WEARING A WIG- s Help o the Health of Those With Unit heads An eminent American who while fn Iflris consulted a famous physician of thatcity to ascertain If there was any rn dy for baldness was told by the floctpr that tine best thing to dp was to jvea1ta toupc or wig Tine American aid that he always regarded the wear Ing of a wig as urn evlueiice of a mans Vanity but he was quitO surprised when the French physjelaii replied Yoq are quite nJlstalvea The wearing a wig is regarded by those who have carefully studied the ubject 6f health a beuefttvnt safeiuardi A man who from any cause lias lost a goad part of his hair usually loses It some time aft noddle life when his vitality bogius ebb You must lcnr in mind that the eafln fs filled with myriads of blood vessels and when it Is expajed with oiitltho covering thrtt nature Intended o give It a mint Is apt to suffer front sudden anti acute attacks of cold ca tairjli and Influenza I have often pre cr1fmtd the wearing of a toupee or wig a patient who has come to me corn- 1aiiillg of his susceptibility to colds m iu nine eases out of fen after the wig inns bccii worn tha susceptibility has ceased at once Many cases of etuies J have traced to colds con Ktantly recurring in those who have ost their hair and who have provided no substitute for natures covering 6ume case of chronic sore throat are tnucable Jothu same cause Income patients suffering from tu of tile lungs In the early staged have found decided protection from cOlds by wearing a wig Thwe who need to wear a wig and will not o so must be regarded as victims of vrfnitv rather tItan Jhoe who accept ing tIne inevitable make the best of their fnlsfrtnucy fjjr 1 regard baldness as iibtjilng ics than a misfortune to any man or woman Leslea Weekly Children niul DOltS The child who istmight to love agl mis and tp have a dog as a companion ntsand best kind the klM of friendshipi that lasts Have yon never had a dog thea you dont know what pleasure can be rlmd in his coujpunlonslilp Iu Tambles In his quiet presence lii your LttOfflIflflYwho always adapts himself to ymr mood when man or woman would Jar upon you By all means cultivate hj children a love of animals especially of ninns best friend the dog New A Famous Teuoi1- a Apart from its wide range the nat ural beauty and sweetness of the voice of Sims Reeves held his audiences spellbound and fully entitled hhu to bo tcrmeit the flnestEngllsh tenor of his day He especially excelled In ora tone parts while in opera lila success was scarcely less pronounced Peiv haps It wIts as a singer of English bal lads that Sims Reeves iippeifled to the majority and it will probably be many n long day before we shall hear a more exqulslte rendering of Sally In Our Alloy than that of which this great tenor wins capabjc Lonily iCH The Cause of Many Sudden Death SI There is a discnse prgvailijig in this country most dangerous bcqause so Ieccj l Uve lauysltddcn dcuths caused by itheart dis disc pneumonia heart failure 01 apoplexy are oft the result of kid ney disease If kihicy trouble is dllowed toad vance the kJill ey jx isoii ed blood irill tacki7itxl orgauns causing cntnrrhi the bladder or the kidneys themselves break dpwn trial waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost nttveysresl alt from a derangement the kidnejs and o cure is obtained auickest by a proper treatment of the kluneys If you are feel injf Ixiilly you can make no mistake by takingpV Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding paul in passing it and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often through time day andto get up many times during Ithe night The uuId and the extraordiirarv effect of Swainplloot is soon realizeu it stands the iiigfuest for its Aronderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to tnlie and Is sold by all druggists ju fiftvcent ad onetlollar size bottles You iiiav umnpIe a bottle oftbis wonderful new s LcoVcry and a book that tells all about it bout seat free bjrlimil Address Dr Kil- jner Co Binghaintou liY When writing jncutlon reading this generous offer in this paper Pont make any mistake but remember UieimmeSvanip Root Dr KiltnerB Swainp Root anti the address Binghamton 3jf V on every bottle 5 CUTUtiUnLUdi r Girl Made Well by Visit to Shrine of St Anne REAL MIRACLE SUE SAYS IsJElien Keefe of Glens Falls Ni Y Tells How After Eight Menths sf Helplessness She Threw Away Her Braces and Walked Miss Ellen Keefe pt Glens Falls N Is a very happy young woman She claims to have miraculously re covered the use of her limbs and after being crippled for eight months la able to walk again through her devo ons at the shrine of St Anne In the Church of St Joan Baptlste 1JB East Seventyrlxth street New York city Miss Kqefe is the daughter of J B Kecfe a harness manufacturer and was stopping with tier aunt Irs Thomas Itoarke at the Lansing apart eats 113 East Seventysixth street There a reporter found her Eight months ago she said I bad severe attack of inflammatory rbeu matlsm Complications followed and became unable to walk Physicians Glens Falls were called to attend me but after sour months advised me I come to this cIty and consult ape cialists This rwas done Two specialists were visited and each said that it would be Impossible to eurw with out in operation and this Bl4 leave me deformed I would I6t consent to undergo such an ordeal My relatlves ttieff se cured a physician of excllehtvjiJuUCs hIn front Washlrigtoif height and under his careful treatment I rifts en bled within a sfiort time to stand This was very encouraging and after another month wlthtbe assistance of1 crutches foot bracbs and ankle sup ports I wits able jfo inline toy feeT along the floor an ipch or two to each tep I made no further progress until I began attending the annual nOvena of St Anne at the Roman Cathollcphurch of St Jean Baptlste a block from my 1 ALMOST PAIJJTED WITB JOT mints home When I attended novena first I had to be half carried to the door by my cousin Miss Alice Itoarke She It was jvho carried me before the shrine of St Anne Tivhdre the relic was exposed I prayed tar nestly to be rcstored to good health I had absolute falfh my prayers would be heard Tl4 visits were repeated each tlay without any change in my condition until Saturday afternoon I had been lto church Iu the morning nssbfjed as usual bj my cousin but in Ufa hfter noon when I arosefroni tHaJdlvan ha the parlor I noticed to my amazement that 1 felt stronger and Teas able to Increase the length of each step My cries brought my relatives to me and they were overjoyed to notice the change thnf linil tntpnn1n Its the nbvena and the supjernatural assistance of St Anne I told them Take off those brAces I believe 1 can walk without them I said They did as I requested and much to their amazement J walked unaided tine ftali leugtlj of the apartment I al most fainted with Joy when I realized what I hind done mutt apprehended thatt J once more wasVablo t6 walk hove been walkrag every day since continued Miss Keete her eyes beaming Jvith happiness without any Assistance and I hoper with the help of God and St Anne tp Improve every tiny until I am entirety well I am qtUl making dally vIsAta to thQ shrine All Miss Keefes relatjyes nntj say oral of their neighbors spoke of e 1inlrafculous Improvement suit believe na slie docs that her faith ant prayer- effected the cure walowed Six Inch inakffi Thomas Jcfferjcs member of the Hough Rider cjub of Clntlnnatl who had lbeen camping oh jthe Ohio rtyer mean Laremnceburg Indi got up Jn the night anti took a drink from spring near by This AVas at 1 oclock anti in a few minutes after he xetlrctI i he awoke his companions groinS A doctor was summoned but beforptho physicians arrlvedthe roan tfoarjy died Jefferlcs was given nut emetic Jind he coughed trip a snake six Inches long Jefferles liaa now entirely recovered Sentenced to Red man named Transfer of Bennlng ton Kan was fined and ordered by tine magistrate to remain In bed for seven days for Intoxication A pollcje man escorted mini to his home and helped him retire A Rtdaie- I abroad by day I go abroad by night Im busy when Ifiraark And i SlVi Im busy wjiep Its higltt5 All people knowaand Jo Veitnci lct none hath seen my faceV ThciBh I bwdotl smvafiUy i i And wI NlBhtly every place r IIThealu A Pet TIgerS Out oC a rjver hCvl wherp U Uad tun bled when Its dani was put to ilight some hunters in ndlq Ashed tiger cub W twq Adya it WAS as tHWO fljt A kitten iind grew up the playmate of tht uup terrleri It was vepy fond oft them and tine terriers wdrshlped the tress To allay tine fears at a woman YlaU r the tig osa was ouo night chain oil up Next luomlug the tuilznRrl was fauna with man under men She aci POt hurt him UQ vn3 fi thief aud not Knowing of lien existence mid come within thv area which Uer length of chain enabled her to command 8h sprang upoNJ hlui lay oo him and kept e him prison until guards cam to rfc lease irn J WASTING STRENGTH Wonen who suffer from unnecess4ydkare painful weakenirfe female compbifitsr flnihat Wine of Gardui is a safe and pleasant remedy for mi their ills It acts directly upon all the delicate inthmed tissues purifying the blood throwing off the 4cing v matter antfl relieving female disorders suchas htjpfi 4 scanty profuse painful catamema iproIae etc i1Also relieves headache backaches dizziness cramps dragging pains nervousness imtatoUfy etc If YOU need Advice write us a letter telling iis dl H your symptoms We will send free advice in stein sealed envelope Address ILadies Adsoy IDept The Chattanooga Medicine Co Chattanooga Tenru r s ALL DRGGIST i IT IN 1OO flOTTLX r I WIOTZ YOU focadvke sndiy following It sad takIngCarduIrnFemaleTroub1s wers curedMrs RS WallaCe LavaeaALa Jz WINE maul aveTWdra- MyLiStefTarWs From this advertisement tempo ranjy in order that I may revise it and I will In a short timeannounce I Some Great Bargalls In FarmsandTown Projerty In the meantime 1 ain pfeGJj pd Idl show prospective pyrdSase spine verydesirable frrr4A fr 7CorrcsmdenceSoIkB J TheTReat Estate nd Jnsuranc MiK IIct iIIISMtI t A GOOB DOCTOR will reccmnind BALLRD HOREHOUND SYRUP Dtery eo fb weakeiwi the inngc loirewrtw yItaIIty bre b dowmthb dsue andhse es1as4ftpMtheThe Children Ut It Mrs 0 N BUR7OnStftberry MOwit 4used your Baflardi Horehound SyrpidIIndk y useful med4clN for cotighs and OoIaIataI1Ihtroubles It kf Yierr jJwwwit ttr tkke r 4tod tre by ty trouble in INdn1eia t blIIdr to ta It I rs mend lb Ldim1y Dont wait until that eough dkiTekjw into asip dan gerous malady S Tyour lf WMl bttdr BMojr tffek ipe1iandiurIgandheIthyi1s URESCOUOH COLDC SORELUPIQL RoNcHm tOASMP4Ua WPOO t COtJO1 AND ALL LUNQ TOUSLES ITak 25c Me awl 199 t I Ballard nQv itIS I ooja rk SztST LOUIS r M1sSOJRJ4 Ll Sold and Reomrriended by Red rp Cross Drug Store 4 The Safest and Quickwt Way to Transfer Money g 13 BY LonkDisnce TeJphonej F Itu apply bn LliM cI1bsrIITtIINsaiIcsINCOBPOKATCD teA1ouTlsltta BritWwr t ba nQthing tp 50 over Me I men in the way oe d s that liave llong 41ce faiI i ItesGotbaIte Walt tilt you get ej C dW orcllnaneea Llfe tVt Cansparhig N4 BlCjfor Xly wife Rot te het11iipn orgunreint e My wife never got ttw JMst e but orice BleckorW ni s 1Iee1erWii i avrI V ca News J c uwwww t5t iiiCvWis otts4ftc- xTet bessit W4sk- yantThr Is bsathin = 1i sr prmN evS It- ikfaft iW Mist reI TkiiaeaoIj R4 tor aWiIra1 j