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RoBARDS HYATT BUiciiiis and Surgeons Qile otervC- 3 Hagans gro ceryy oppo iitf Presbyterian church m W WRay PmSKIM AND SURGEON Office over Hitdon Rob rt ooj Drar Storer t e 4d Phone OfficeTl J5i Residence 1- 72JINYMYS f RJIEBJIL uititeiOB AID LICEHSEB mm KTTKICPHQNE DAy igJNIGHT 74 SFRIKGFIELD KY f Rairoad Schedule Following is the time schedule nowfl effect on the Bardstown od SpriDgtleld branch railroad X JNo 41 Leayes Louisville at 480 p izh Bardstown Junction 522 pm Bardstown 606 pm OJrr v at p ingtietd 705 p mV No 42Leaves Springfield a- Ci20vn3I Barastown 607 a mv Bardtjown Junction 650 amM rriyeii at iiquisyillei 740 ain Noi 43 Leaves Louisville jtt t 182Qarn Bardstown Jonction t g103 ain ardstovc n 1100 am arriyat Springfield 1230 pm rNo44Leaves Springfield a ii00 pm Btlrd town 220 pm ldstownJun ion 485 pm Arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Sprin tield at 715 m13ardsI 4own8 am Bardstown Junction 815 amv arrives at Louisville 885 am Ho 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Lo isylleat 6 ptn Bardstovjn Junction 645 pm Bards town 7 BOp m arrives at Springfield 825 roff KILLTHEOOUCH I iliiCURE THS LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery IFORC 8 B8 IIlOaII IMIAlL THROAT ANblUNGTR UlLE DUARLXTEZD gATIsPACTOg OK JCOKSY REFUNDED 3Jasper on Market J Mr Jasper Whalleniornierlyi- ifitlvMr J firKearnSj of Lebanon Kyj1iis now associated witht waL Smith Market SJireet etwfcen 3rd and 4th Lpuisville Ky JWe cordially invite out friends and your ciends to call onus when in the city and to sendl us orders ffor any gods iyoiimayneed 4 S 1 W fiiskies 2251o PeGa11 4rS4raiht r tt din bond lOO fttitUlff m peIase 1We ship to all points from Louisvi1te House or fiom 423 i 5i 45t State Street New A1 r lNJny Indiana f ji ws L Smith i Grain Cradles i lhve pn hand ph IitYrofgrain l dke f e olibest ltpP Ith IlJ1 rc tbeJlame i 4a4 i jrd f tv 4 j t1tr A ii am out or saldpn I want to respectfully ask all those owing me to come and settle J F Green t You will find something fto suit jou in fall hats in ready to wears and tailored hats at J Williams FOR SALEBOO good stock ewes and 25 good Southdown bucks C L Brady Geq OCanougher NOTICE I desire to notify the jpublic tiiaVl am at tihe same old- tand1uidam ttst prepared to serve adlif I J F Greene R9vG W Lyon will preach bis last sermtn forth bonier ence year at Springfield the third Sunday in September morning and night v The Louisville conference of theM E Church South will r meet this year at Columbia be S ginning September 25 Bishop w H C Morrison will preside LOST Between Springfield and Walker Heights a ladys hat and a bundle containing a shirtwaist Tile finder wiltl pleaseb return the nmo to Prices liceA cream parlor and receive reward I lave for sate seven barrels of June apple vinegar at 35 cents l a gallon or 25 peots a gallon bye the barrel Hartwell Etherjington Willisburg Ky Mrs Rebecca Shields an old respeCJed lady of the Willisbuxg neighborhood died at her hone ther on Saturday Deceased was about 75 years of age andii was a good Christian WOma11I nUeixemainst Rock Bridge cemeteryh NOTICE Is hereby given that the 5 per cent penalty has been added to all unpaid school tax for 1907 wIi hmust be paid in 60 days from date or a tax war raiit will be issued and placed in 5 the hands of the Sheriff for collectti Ii y i G CSVhartbn Treas t The fourth and last quarterly meeting tf the conference arJJ for the Springfield charge will be held at the Methodist church d Monday and Tuesday Septem ber 9 and 10 Rev SG Shellytt presiding elder will preach on Monday and Tuesday nights The sacra nentt of the Lord s Suppler will be admnistered theI third SundayinSeplember Lightning did damage in two places in the county during the I stormof Mgudav The dwelling belonging to the widow Rainey D what is known as the Charles Tumey farm near Mack y ill e was i itrack and very badly damaged n Fortunately thft family was r awby ffrom ume at the time Al oarn on the farm of Mr Len Hamilton in the Smith neighbor tiood was struck by lightning j and caught fire and was burned to the ground l Last Friday nigh t the Spring neld Hop Club gave its annual Fair Hop at the opera house and- hose who were present report hat it was one of the most de lightful dances ever given uere the dancing began at 930 pm and before Saxtons orchestra Iud completed its program oft f twentyfour pieces Saturdayj morning had been ushered in ThePppleasure of the occasion theinmbegirls in attendance in whose honbrbedacevasgivenSt0lS ltaUi lhiVcould be desijredsC T J t u o1i U1UI ot lna 001Il monwealth of Kentucky to beI voted for at the Noyember Elec ion 1907 W F Gngsbyl Chairman A M Duncan Secy A Shooting Scrape Special tto NewsLeader t Lebanon Sept 3On Mon i day morning tanked up on New Hope booze Geo Sapp Rome t Sappand Nick Osbourne went totthe home of Jim Wheeler ana s the men were away theyy droye the women off and tooktt rjosession of the place Sheriff Garten was Summoned to the scene of the trouble but before he got there the men fell i outii among themselves und Nick Osbourue vas shot with a shot gun The wound is serious but jnqt fatal When tIe sheriff ar rested Njck Osbourne and GPO app Rome Sapp escaped ande enup the road and lay in wait and when they passed he drew b his gun on the sheriff and told him to surrender but Garteng drove on to town with the two prisoners Afterwards he went l ck with Baily Brown ando rch Thomoson but as iti asa rowing dark they could nota find Sapp These Sapps are V tough characters Tnis happen d at M ilestovn JA Si Death of Mrs Thompson tP Mrs Eliza Thompson widowa of the late Lloyd Thompson and one of the oldest and most re spected residents of tha countyb died at hr home near ickstown Tuesday nighttoiail i nts incidentto old age The deceased was 82 years old and i adbe aresident of the county all of her life She was att daughter of the late Isaac Weathers who was one of the early citizens of the county Mrs Thompson was a woman whose life was filled with good I deeds and acs of jcfiarity which made her respected and loved 1 by all of her neighbors She is survived by the following sons Messrs Charles Willard Joseph and Alex Thompson and onett daughter Mrs James Cecil She was a devoted member of the Catholic faith and her finner ali will becbnduried atSf Rose i this Thursday mcjrning 1 J FOR SALEii I Bwill unless sold privately il onFI Saturday Septemberr 28tt offer for saJe to the highest bidder the htfuse and lot on epaf on Street known as the Leach man Home An opportunity t buy a nice home cheap Good I table and grass lot ffor cow and horse Will gladly show prospective buyers through house at anytime For further partictt j liars apply to or address WAITER E LEACIIMAN r345tl Qiliien in Pamttt never cry as do cbildrei Avho are BUfI feting from hudger Such is the cause of all babys who cry and are treated IbrBlckness when they really are suffering1 from hunger This is caused from their food not being as fimilated but devoured by worms A sew doses of Whitesi Cream Vermi cryingIIandbegln to thrive at pnee Give it rL 4t11 bj the Red Cross Drug- Store ltm EaH Y RlJIfIJt l t rooming for Pikeville after Spending her vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs W H McElroy Mrs Maud Eughes of Bloom field is visiting Mrs H M ONan and other friends hereI 11andspenthei with pa lentMr and Mrs Taylor Spalding lef this morning for their home at Hillsboro Ohio Mr and Airs H Phillips Me Chord returned to Hopkinsville yesterday after a vidtwith rela lives here and at Lebanon Air and Mrs Emmett MeEt roy IeaveS turday for their home lu Kansas City Mo i after spend I ing three weeks with their parents Mr and Mrs A CO AIcElroy t Mr Victor 0Kvsof New Salem Illan expert creamery operator is here instructing f Mr Will JJohnson in the art ofr butter making Mrs S H Bishop bad as guests during the fair Mr and Mrs J T Semones Alisies El len Terhune bf1 nd May Nichols of P erryvl le t nd Misses Ora arid Alayrae narsdalle of Indianapolis Ind Miss Mae Bell Gibbs and I visitor Miss Mary Hope Car enter of Perry ville are guests I off Miss Ellen Gregory at Pleas nt Grove this weefe- I HMrsl Alonzo Mirnni of Gatlets urg went loTatbam yester day tQspendaweek- Mr Ben 1edly of Owensbor is visiting home folks nere v Mr Richard Witben of Bards tt town Junction visited Mrs T JiV Simms last week Alisses Russell McAtee and AlcChord attended the dance Fridav evening Misses Nannie Rapier and Nora Hurst of Bardstown viiSitQd the Misses Price last week Harry ONan and Rod WharII ton visited home folks last week t Miss Sue Ray is visiting her aunt Mrs Jame Allen at f BloomfieldIj Miss Alidfe Jones has gone to l Wilmore tdattend school P hMissjj ington and Reed Brown off j Louisville who have bern visitp ngatthe home of Air and Mrs M Martin have returntd to 3theirMiss Flaget Simms is visiting friends iin Paris Ky this week Air Foire t Cecil of Union town is visiting his brother Mr Ben Cecil Mr and MrS Walter Forsythe P and Mr Bush VaoArsdall Vera aiiestsof Mand Mrs Hugh Nbe Jrt t I J Mis M HJones is visiting t1relativesj j Mr Chas Roberts returnedS to LOuisville today after a months visit with his parents here Rev W H William and Mr 3 M BoswQUare 1rBaptistl draughts Hill Mr James Bonohue and wife of Kokomo Ind returned home i Tuesday after a visit to his sister Mrs MargaretTraibqrIh i Mr SamuelR Oalvea doflI LouIsvIlle paid the NewsLea der office a pleasantp call last roLner Air and Mrs John M Mor gan of Harrodsburg spent last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Byon Croak Rev William Mitchell and Mrs Kate Bolts of Owenton and Mrs Joe Cassell of Harri man Tenn have returnedhom parentsijpIl Mrs atid Mrs R GrayVMisg Ella Burnette Cox of Louisville and Mr Samuel Kes lerof Statesvilfe N 0were the guests of Mr and Mrs J L Martin lastwaek Mrs Sherrard Hundley and daughter Miss Mary of Hubers were guests of Miss Elizabeth Leachman llast week Miss Alexia McCloskv returned to her home in Louisville yes r withithe1IissesJMiss Maria Tarkingt jn who was a guestrof tho Misses ONan last week returned to Danvirle Monday accompanied by Miss Sarah ONan whowill spend a week with Miss TarkingtonI Miss Rohbid Simms who hosJ een with Cunningham Dun can for several seasons as clerkI has resigned her position and Miss Eddie Shader is now in stalled infher placeasclerk Mrs Frederick Mange tj of Louisville is visiting jher par lents Mr and MIs John W IGeWIsMiss May Booker of Little ock Ark is visiting relatives here i r Mrs Jennie Tplbert spent Tuesday in Lebanon Air L E lAldridgo of Louis iUe visited rc1lativesin the county last week and took in the fair DeWitls LittleiRarry Risers don cken gripe Small pills easy to take Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Saturday Sept J4 Is The Date of The Grand Picnic litt Frederick town lDont forget the date but come andIave a good time There will e rlenty of amusement and nnocent games for all The roceedc are for the church jSofft drinks arid refreshments rIrrI AdmissionS Free and everybody will be welcome John Riah a rott inptit dealer of Vinitig la say I have been selling DeWitfs Kidney and bladder ills jfor about a year and they give better satisfaction tthan any pill I ever sold There are a dozen people ere who haveused them nnd thev give peafcct satisfaction in every Be have used tliem myself with ne results Sold btIio Red Cross Drtff Store AUCTION SALE Saturday September 7 at 36 of Clothing Hats etc iin Oom formerly occupiel byMc- Jabe Rideh S AI Campbell Orinoi LaxatyeFrujt Syrup Is sold underiJjiJ iiosativo gurantee o cure don patton sick hetdache stomach rai mo or any jorrn of indigestion itI it fails the manufacturers refund your money WtMibre can any onedo Std by the Red Cross Drug f if 1 Wx1t 1 as Kip1 Every detnu u staging and costumes will be historically correct The famous storm scene in be first act where Gretchen drives Rip out in the storm is one of the greatestt pieces Qf stage realism ever witnesspd The sleep of 20 years the Village of Falling Waters and Rips return jrill be vivid pictures of stage craft The Parisian Kalentescope show ing the latest motion pictures together with The Great Bun Jfurnishthe acts I REPjDRT OF THE CONDITION N OP THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK r OP SPRINGFIELD At Springfield In the State of Ken lucky at the close of baaiiit8 August 22 1907 lNot767 v socLoans and Discounts 1 823501022 Overdrafts secured and un secured 850407 U S Bonds to secure cir culation 5000000 Banking house furniture 5000004Duebankers 155035 Due from approved reserv ed agents 1 885981 Notes of dthqr RationalI bankS L 148500 Fractional pap r currency nickles and cents 17989- LAWFUI MONEY RESERVE JN BANK VIZ Specle 812o0780 Legaltrnder notes G23o001874280 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent off fCcirculation L 250000 Total J 33187L- 14IiEILi=S Capital stock paid in 5000000 Surplus fund 2800000 Undivided profits fees ex QNationalstanding L 5000000 Duetoother National banks 320203 Due to State Banks and Bankers 3O9individual l deposits subject to check 151 30812 depositNotes 3522078 760000Hesened Total = 33187114 STATE OFICENTCCKT cocxTjror VASH ISOTOXSSi A C MbElroj Cashier othe above named bank do solemnly sAvear that the above statement is true to the best bt my kIlO led go and belief AC McElrdf Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before rue this 2d lay of September 1007 C M McCHORD Notary PublicC- OItItECTAtteSt B L LITSEYv JOHN W LEWIS kDircfctorS H jl GKUKJJY Nevr 1Vy o Tclejplionln The new way of U3lug the telepUoae supposed to have been hit upon by one of the many health cranks who neeconcerned with jjeeping clear of germs ngnlll5Il carried perfectly Is now quito popular in Philadelphia says the Philadelphia llecord The lless clothing there Is between the chest arid the receiver the better but If tlm pressure be firm thf Ih usual amount of wearing apparel It Is declared does not Interfere The sci entific explanation of this phenomen Is that the sounds of the voice which am made hi the chestt are carried by the bones as they voiiW bo by a sound Ingbonrd t cult Early For Good Ones At the end of a big ball one ofUha gnosta wont Into the cloakroom nt3 t In the morning to put on hiS things and the attenijant came forward with a coat Thatlsnt my coat said the guest Mine Is ftt perfectly uowoner A newoneOh I havent any rw tt coats left nfter halfpast 12SourIra The Human Br03infTho huuan brrfln has not steadily t Increased since paleolithic times antioas Professor Lankester tells us by vny of concrete Illustration Jhe bransof Isaafr Newton wits not mlich t rgorf than that of an Australian blacksLondon Quttookf tf Mrs ypu liarS t spout a time In Italy WQt1dorffIEffOCt yes my dear t f ri tau TIer 1 rr f i gffyouwa J comfortable and good wearing shoe come carry the largest Or SHOES IISIO1K KentuckyS tases ife yi ITflJDkSSlBtTelescopes and Rand agl I Towels and everything r ejse G rip except school booKs i ttaq patronage Big Store and besides IIThe V i TheRobertsomOlaybrookOCQ11 I J r S w Ii t WzLw T OI t t r F i1wO Ivlustllave Roomi t i In order to make room for FALL GOODS j we will close out all SUMMER GOODS p it vir J iIA Greatt Sacrifice For Oasll t J 4 v lI 4 6 i cw 4 Iti iladiesL d Shirtt Waistsst Shirts Muslin1 r t 1 Wear Laws and otherr Su mert I Goods at greatly deduced Prices f fl = y LLadiesd 0Oxfords1xfO d8 4 rf f tL f and WHITE SHOESAf GO fi f fap wvl rV feSs i r Mens Summer Clothing at and Below CoettL McnV jffi lv tiX Oxfordss aidother Summer Wear for Men l1 ir E 4 f 1 Laft 1 1IJ I GRUNDY 1 MeiTK 1Ii f jW L L IACTSIN FEV LINES In Austria timber measured by tile klnfter1 ottwo tons Chl ia wiCk lr population pf jlC 000000 has onY4 1200Corti novg 1erlunron j The Chinese minister o lftnance fa planning ldtitin hi the stiver andcop per ccniicy of the empire Italy 1 1tiiIps a veUtcq 12500 000 annunllylby taxi Ijfi rstrii mated nearly l5pQQ Ul1pry tax 1 ilIJacob SIfor of G11t QnQr 6 OC1tot l t t OC1 fpnlt fj cently received u ietorironi j5i rfl my adircsse4 to thE Vftewr ProfessQir pp c topI3odowln And the Medicinal School Maine In China all the lnd belongs to the tate Tho average rent Is cents an acre Tho soil of the Yangtse valley o rich that a square tulle Is capable of feupportlng 3840 persons John Merrill of Holdcrncss 2t 9has an ox wen broken toharnefis Tl ox plows harrows hauls Wobti ugjfc doV nil kindsl oft teafa work drlTen oii- rflrelyby the use 6f Irelna j et lltajjjtn CQiaQ c 2Ccy t r t i fftitttJ only mSurntiidrtevn In l tConnecticut wjll be opeuja4 lh NcV i f lldvon Jn September rlth 0 M3iiStre gIfe rmla M SuiitilrestOrM t V IJfFnmeh the P vorae yield of h UZ tl1onsctot evctJ acre nt t yrd In Spain It riw to 13tdllm r acre but Algeria 1olt1 thi L with 80Q gallons to tbjeacw Tljo English ehapnel nupi wa43 luSt rf1 prposed by Dc Crtms skia U7 ft ff was to be In the form 1fa 1Uetar tl J5cope30 by it foott ttr t0cbQ i inA bo completed ia- livelyn vsa Y5 C 1 Ql0rfffeight7tarsOld 1s saId teo cuba power over rptiWtt Enatural snuto charmersi most venomous serpents vib isiip ally JlinrdcttCtottts iatcnO1s to 1bki5suciiec- oUnt of his late i k tM tJJiftlf It worthy of betS- mluct slut wlil ptpbabiy- istuncebf at eat ona vero oLJdi- Uop i t= its wrltor ofWogrppy Tlil ot frigsiat jiatre tII Qp irtdu end Perry sal1 or1t M 1 of which Irr ea five years latof Is fl5W i4eoinmis sloni She has bconww a a Ehlp tot tile PIU17Y v Jhool i A fTlze pohuitn t ieekt 1Jl COU- kPOl of Arrb nwp sIecJia- cithlwr rnri4frare It tlVJJ k it1b but tIzetrsde Jtt nsf pUfok lu uw- hMt04ot14 JtI doe ot whow an + sEPT 18 LOUISVILLE tiAYl Fetter Blrpctpr LpulaviUe Board Trade Chairman THURSpAir SET 19 KENTUCKY DAY 4Lew Jft grown of 1arrodsburg President Kentucky Press ARSoclatIon Chairman FRID SEPT OUrHERN INDr 4 ANA DAY A tawr Helmberser President New tAI tf teay Commercial Qltib Chairman IATURDAY SEPT EVERYBODYS DAyt Everybody Chairman A U 1Ci tMCIAl BIGHTS t r rJ BEC MANN I Manser etafl Merchants Association tICeneral Chairman o 4 f MONDAY SEPT 16GERMANAMER ICAN NIGHT + i V Fi W Kelsker Chairman r TUESDAY SEPT 17 iniSIIAMERT- lJ CAN NIGHT Thou McCabe Chairmant WEDNESDAY SEPT ISLABOR J NIGHT k John Younii President Louisville Feder 1 2 iaU9 of l ibor Chairman vTHUJR DAY SEPT IMPRESS NIGHTl t yoinf E Allison Chairman FRIDAY SEPT 2 MILITARYI NIGHT C4L W R Haldeman Colonel Command RegimentUChairman J 1ATURDAY SEPT 21FAREWELL NIGHt 4r Smith T Bailey Chairman 1tuctDayietqret State Fair weeK Mr Brown I as President of the Kentucky Press rA eclmtion bas named as his asso jciate 6a the Kentucky Day Commit 1 tee iany ot the Stats most proml iMlll newspaper men This commit tteeyjwlH arra ge several blg excur Blow to be run Into ioulsvllle on that day 0k the night of Kentucky Day spe i UITJfeditors as the namei of the night in dlcajlea Colonel Ydung E Allison ttaH w pm there is inb batter known 1 editor In the statet Is chairman off s Press Night and wll see that mem sof the tripod are handled 1n a Tsray that will make their visit ah p oasis In the desert bf pencllpjishing i s life c2 t One of the tnost beautiful Bights of Ute J ilr will be that of ten thousand jscbooi children waving flags on the ffiI grandstand the opening day A spa til 4dat rate of ten cents for admission J j has been made tor all school children om this date Ji Om Fraternal Day lodges and socl eties of every character will have an innlaig A big tent is to be provided for all organisations taking part and v here visitors ipay Le received wel coed and registered Cot Brown is f planning gome Interesting drills by j uiiifdrm ranks of different organiza tibh j Mrt Helmberger Is calling upon the coMMercIal organizations Squthern IsdJtBa as well as the editors of of that I if section to make Southern Indian cDay one that will be a credit to that progressive section t The GermanAmericans and Irish t Americans will fittingly celebrate on the two speciall nights named in tfielr t thhoor1while Wednesday evening will J iglve to the laboring lelemenf an ex celleat chance to hOW Its strength I There will be nQ night however i i overit ned to have an exhibition drill and 4difeis parade on the track In front oif the grand stand on that evening The glare pff the arc lights and the glow of the incandescent upon bay o proui a post Picture Everybodys Day Is for everybody rQitidtgjpqp lUI Qther day- 1 as well as for everybody who has l 2t come on every other day It will have dtqfl excellent finale in the evening j when ChalrmanBajleyF has planned a tOrl otafprcgram f The venue both sides of which yijjre to be lfjed with amusements Br t 1cured for the Stafe Fair has been VdufcboiwThe Stretch It wJIJ have 1e biggest and best anmaenrent fea TJtures of the year the lust under the wlre Shcructnd TeaKBtlli Boll vncjar In a kettle that Uns be come cijusted wfth deppslt The acid acting upon the deposit of alkaliiie matter Inside xrlll cause It to dislnjte i frate arid crack ort Scrape Itout and trIn future Iteep an oyster hen In the j kettle The lime will collect upon H Instead of Adhering to the sides or thf ivese1 Renew the Bhell weekly j r LjIL tL It a n flbefluelWue conditidas ot soil grade percentages locution of gravel pits stone quarries stone deposits sugges tions for roads that will feed the malt highway and much generall lufprmfatlQL valuable to road construction exp rts Dr Cbapin when be has finished with his resurvey wilt present his materials to representadves mapland gress and hare the matter committee When Us plan has the stamp of approval o4 the govern nent the agitation for a highway wItbe started In the state leNlatures THE SPANISHf ESCURIAL i Is a Marvelous Specimen of Ancient Architecture JThe Escurtnl the place of the Span 4tli king analch tel dral marvel for cierly described as tile eighth wonder of the world is uojiv seldom spoken of even by those wbp are ready to go wild over much less bretentlou1 struc tures The Cornerstone of this Spaiii ish SU Peters was aid by Philip II In 15G3 but It was SC2 years 1805 be tore the monstrous ilUildlng was prc uounced finished It vas built by Phil ip In fulfillment of a v6w to erect flue finest monastery in tlje world should his forces be succesfetul In their great battle with the French That battle was fought at St QtenUn on Aug 10 7St Lawrence day Rnd In order Jto honor that saint a4 well as to fulfill k s vow the king had the foundation pf his great memorijil laid oft la the shape of a gridiron the Implement 0 torture upon wfilch the goodly Law rence Is reputed to have suffered mar tyrdom To those who hay never visited the Escurlal the t ze of me gigantic stnic Lure is beyond cpniprehenslon It Is 740 feet from north to south and CSOtj feet from east to weft the Square tow turn nt each corner rl4ng to ja height of over 200 feat Wit14n this monstrous building are the kiuuts palace a cathedral a monastery of 200 cells two eel leg es tiireof chapter nouses three bruiry bulldjngs ftv large halls 41x dormitorlcs three hospitals and oer 8000 other roomk fa order to make St Lawrences grtdipn complete ttte building is built In quadrangular or n with seventeen rows ir ranges atm n stroas stone stnictu es crossing en ch other at riglitnngles these forming lue gridirons fibs the handle being a wing 47P fMt In lenirUi The thur h which l n part ofthlsvast pile of i n sonry Is 3U4 feet long 230 feet wi le with a dome 330 feet in height It iIsI estimated that the bnlldiug cost iO 00000 FurnFture Polish A cheap cleaning anti po1shIngrequn tor furniture may be made as follov s Shred half jaa ounce if white woxa id two ounces of beeswz4t Into half a pint of turpentine Let it dissolve inn warm place then pour Into this a m x ture made as follows An ounce of pi rs white soapn piece ol rosin the size of a nutmeg and half i pint of wat r boned together untile1td 1Mix io whole thoroughly together and keep in a bottfe Helps For th e Cook The smaller thE cal4e the hotter ie oven should be In creaming buttery nd sugar if butt ter is hard never wArm It It makes the cake coarse Wajrni the sugar or Ihe bowl To keep frosting fri In cracking add one teaspoonful of crc im to each whit of egg Use a knife wet tf th hot water to cut a frosted cakeIThe Spiqe Roultice J The spice poultl elfgrowing Inta vor In the filckvooin lit is pleasant to use and easily mad Mix together drj one heaping tteaspoonful each of ground ginger cinnamon cloves and flour Moisten with hot water until Uie proper consistency to spread Dou ble and Wheat a piece of old cotton spread the plaster on It and covdr with cheesecloth When cold moisten with brandy or whisky and reheat i ie Stone Was Not Thrown Genevieves father occupied tbep- upttLethlm who Is without SIll I among you ie first to cast a atone bo chose for a text Genevieve listened earnestly to tile ensuing discourse At the close of the servlcp her mother tried in vain to dislodge her from the ministerial pew GenevieveI stood her ground till the rest of the had passed out then congregatlonI with a sigh of relief salit- I guess theyve all sinned AuyhowJ nobody threw ItNew YorkUUbe aaa a = 999 990090 t Tke effect of Scott oS Emulsion on thioJO I IlJ pJe children is mali 1 Itnake them plump rosy active liappyi if It conlainf Cod Liver Oil HypopKosphite PaJGJyCerinto make fat blood andbbneV wrf o put tofother that it is easily digested I byKtdsvfotk ALL DRUGGISTS j feOcAJD SlOO t r i f l rA1 z Ij t And Cannibals Were Gloating Over the Coming Feast When Ingenuity off the Second Mate Snatched the Crew oJFthe Alls Well Away Second Mate J Foster of the British steamship Gyineric which sailed for north China ports frau Seattle recently has had many hairbreadth escapes lurlng n long and checkered career on the sea but he swells with pride at the thought that never has be been in a wreck n clr cumstnjice peculiar to few sailors nd dictedto relating their adventures But I was near wiyecked once said lie when In a reminiscent mood as the boat was taking on cargo In Seattle III was on the brfrk Alls Well and we were out from LOndon delivering sup plies for missionaries Ulong the west coasttot Africa Funny places thc were that we called ntIawful names regular jay breakers Hkp the Aleka zulew geese arid the like 1IIt was a case of having to lay off shore while a bunch of Kroo boys paddled out from the low lying bench and carried the supplies ashore in their tqueer canoes Slow lightering it THEY WERE OMTIKa EITLES was aiid good and sick of the job we were I can tell you Once I wen ashore with the triggers and the sight of the mission station with its bunch of pot bellied stinking converts aui the hyenalike dogs round that rom pound completely diverted me from spy idea of enlisting in the ranks of the sky pilots Jn those latitudes i couldnt make out which was tflue moire fool the men who lived there or the people at home who sent them mit their grub stake but as it turned out It was those selfsame supplies that kept youre truly and his mates from being frlcasseed by the cannibal say ages of the locality After a stretch of good weather It darkened over and blew great guns and then some more Whchvth storm was over we found ourselves drifting on to shore with the tide running in furiously There wasnt a breath or air after the hurricane we had just been through anti the ship was helpless SahinOn rapidly getting near er we Iou d see the savages lighting fires arid getting the big soup kettles ready and there were big lumps In our throats nstwe watched the prcpara tlons for our reception Suddenly 1 was seiied with an In splration raid It was due to that Jlcs8 ed tlioHKlit that Im here In Seattle to tiny We had on board several little stern paddle wheel stcanilwats for the mis filonarjps They were built in sections utiand rigged them on the stern of the Alls Well We lund a doukoy engine onllionrd for loading cargo and with our usual gailocs ingenuity jve rigje l up n gear tto turn the paddles and so teamed away from the dangerous shore hit was n else shave though We could boar the inan eaters lighting tjjnonft tlienjisolvc us to who would liiive the fatj oiie and as fiint individ ual was m7Kclf you can fancy Hluv sight of ipllcj1f ii heaved wiiQii l our yes pel began to jmnke way Grinding CornFpp Hogs For the pafettt nine ycnrs thoAVIscon sin cxpcrlmeiitr stntlun ljhu itiunivwli- ducfitig testslo cliterailiio wli tiur grinding forii for byj1 Is iloslraljif In tu tetst IjriViDiis In MKCHU niid d1itug vtc TIIl withtlie orn Tiiaf year tnrn was fitl JQ nt hut the ro suits vei si UHftltgractocy six l panls tTirlM aipcUU yilus 1111111 i tDnsnin ii tdr ttnuml mlgfriij Jliatt It yas IlotI liitI4er5rL rb1t to omit 1middling suieeLtit ycrtr- n4bo rfsnltsIinvi vgriqti a little ffom ayc1npuIiHllcd corn mil wheat iiiiUlll aa iiade nn avcrnutt g3tlui of iRs p trtuw DJuli while an mjHdl number TetKconil1 mcil nud wlient mlMlItigsJjgttlned ibo poiiuds Qacli the pod feqnlied per lpound of train In thd two cases Ijripg 519 pounds and 4jouud1Flip fitivl lag from gruidljig therefore has amountedtoai V d ii t t f r t Training School For Coio n i Steps have been taken by prominent colored mon 4f the District to establish a training and industrial institute foi colored jyouiig pcoplj The lustitiit will be established within the limits o the District t of Columbia with a farnr school as nil adjunct to be located somewhere rnri lund Before the work of construction begins 50XK must be Insured Ijltljer in cash or In bona fide subscriptions ilr JohnJo Edsou president of the Washlugtoi Loan anti Trust company will lie thc trustee for money and subscriptions When that amount shoJIJe raised thf subscribers will elect the trustees foi tthe school and it wll be started as soon thereafter as possible The New Ten Dollar Bill Issue The United States treasury has put In circulation a new text dollar gold certificate The ne v certificates whlcl art the first gold notes of u dejiomlna tion less thah 20 Wefo Issued uudei authority of the Aldrich net in Order tc supply the demand for more currency of small denomination No 4 of the new Issue was presentee to Assistaut Secretary Reynolds of thu treasury department In exchange lot other ga xl fluid lawful money1 LIk the twenty dollar gold certificates th Jjack of the new note Is printed ii orange Ink and thJVc Is some of thu same color on the ffrveof the bill Tin face hears a finely rought vignette ol Michael Hillegiis thd first treasurer o the United Statics f Garficlds Funeral Unpaid WilJiani R Secure n Washington un ilertakcr who died a few days ago left amOng Hid assets ot his estate r loill against the United States govern ncnt for conducting lint funeral ol President Garficld Speare hud chargi of the funeral but has nee been paid Congress passed an act ajlpropriaiiiij money for the cost off the funeral ba- It contained a provision requiring ul claimants to fila with their claims re celpted bills and statements agreeing In advance to pccept whatever amoun Kbould be awarded them Speare refused to accept the thCOIJ that the government should be treate differently from any other debtor oiv refused to file either the receipted blJ or the agreenieitv tto accept anything that might he given him His claim therefore remains unpaid Attempts have been made to feet con gross to authorize the payment of hl bill but unsuccessfully Would Abolish Billtioards Cornuuuisslozier Macfarlund wants b see the billboards of the city abollshw and says he favors a movement againn the increase of outdoor advertising here I have felt fora long time thu Washington ought to lead the way li the regulation of street advertising the commissloncrexfylaiucd I voul like to see billboard advertising abo shed and in its place advertising oi smalt ornamental structures erected b thin municipality rhlch should ren1 spaces upon thorn and derive a rcve rtltingWltbInParis Berlin nno Vienna while In Bar hit according to our consul general the system yields a revehuxj of ovd 05000 a year- Revenue Front Advertising When you consider that we nOrt celve practically noj revenue JfroU tb billboards you will probably agrct that at least there ought to be a sulfi dept tux to yield an adequate reveuui as the business is now carried on Th only revenue now is thatt trout the ll cense required of billposters which iJt 20 a year and under this any bill poster can use as many blllbonrds u lie picnics Tilt congress bavins pns5 ed upoii the subject In the license her ofr July 1002 the commissioners can not Increase the tax nor can they ron out sprtce on the streets for blllbban liurposes think congress should give tip commissioners power to do Hotl thing and fhtist iMiublu tbeui to work out system like that of Berlin whlol would make blllpostiiiK sllglutly mil yield a large revciiiu to the ihunlpipri- itty1 CNRL SCU FJBLpi After tho Entertainment She lulls n lungnificfnt flat said one but it Is badly itiuuugotl Tha parlor hr too far from the diningxooin JThe wall paper is Lacalitifiuluc marked another but the pictures aro abominable It is a pity to ruin beau UCUI hln Site has a lot of elegantly bound books snid still another but Id be willing to wager a live that none of tlie leaves are cut Iir other Cl lJsnJll the riinn who looks on Vshe Ids been awfully good to us She has taken puma Ito enter tain jus Let us roasfherew York Press gkScribblesCongratulate thppII week 111Jt didIrou get for them Scribbles IIow much do you sup pose Prlbblcs Ilavcnt the lent idea poundChicago 7 oi uieirugurerrr r newihichlT 1 from Italy a year ago last April al though any story could but feebly depict the horror of the situation which followed the greatest eruption in the history of Vesuvius man with ideas quick to grasp timeintists to the very scene of the disaster Their sketches and views were made in such profusion as to enable him to work up In a few months through ills eminent scenic artists Messrs Reed nOd Rafter and their assistants a picture that has been the talk of the cast for many moons It Is this spectacle that visitors to the kentucky State Fair of 1907 ate to l1avQ an opportunity of wltnesslng By long odds it is the most elaborate summer nights fete and Illumination ever attempted Three hundred and fifty feet long by fifty feet high are given to the setting The most gor geous of scenic environment and the most wonderful of electrical and pyre technical effects are worked into the picture To give thq spectacle the scope necessary two acts are employed They might truthfully be termed heaven and hell The first Is one madeJNapleswith the King ana Queen of Italy as the central figures All is joy In the twinkling of an eye the scene shifts and Vesuvius with all off Its fury spreads death and destruction The spectacle must be seen to bet appreciated It Is the entire Manhattan Beach production which has been thrilling visitors to Coney Island Two hundred and fifty performers splendidly costumed are engaged in making the show a success Thet evenings entertainment will conclude with a magnificent fireworks program of fifty numbers consisting of all the latest fireworks novelties introduced by Mr Pain A Big Fan A Jood deal of royalslt IOcance ha oeeh given to fans They were sym ools of authority in Mexico bef9re the conquest Quten Mary ot England ro celved on Nest Years day In 1550 I fannes to keejthe bete of the fyref Queen Elizabeth favored the custom that a fan was the only present a soy ereign could receive from a subject Inns have not alwaysbeen dainty trj ties Jean de Balzac a French writerr of the seventeenth century wrote troD Italy during the reign of Louis XI Vj of the enormous fans In use there sua pcnded from the celling and worked bj four servants lIe says I have a fat that makes wipd enough In my cham ber to wreck a ship ioilowea snsrnIMudgeiThls watch has been stopped for two or thrOe days JeVeler Lem inc see It Then is nothing the matter with It except that it has not bees wound Mudge I thought maybe that was it I remember you told toe to wind It up just before I went to bed and I havent been tts bed for three nights = Physiology A pupil Iri a school near Chatham square Now York city thus defined the word spine A spine Isa long Umber bone Your head sets on one end and you set on the otherElp plncotts Magoztnc Hard to Suit When your inoJicrlnIaw fell Into the water why didnt you help to get her oun My dear piadam you must know hat notiUng Ive ever done has pleased ker4Jndy Leather fettle Holders Save olil hoot tops to mako Iron anti Kettle holders Take a piece of this leather anti cover It with cretonne or other material anti 1 Uwill have n bolder which will protect your hand from the heat of the Iron or kettle and will yet be thin nnd easily manipulated better than the awkward wadded things so often used Bacon on Taast An appetizing breakfast dish Is pre Frythint not crisp Place two strips of JJulcou on each sll eQt toast lay in n pan break over enltsilee of toast an egg and bake for a few minutes SheepDI than soaked corn for nccp owing to the better sewrction ofsaliva in eating tin dry con Oats make a satisfactory ration when given to fattening lambs but it requires about 25 per cent more oUst thnn corn for a given gain It re quTte about twice m much corn nt grain for lumlp Roots should be fed In combination with gniln A ration of oquijl partHjof com had oats or two parts of oats jo one of corn fed with roots Is an economical ration toy fat tening lambsfFarm Progress 0RKINGS NEW DISCOVER1 Will Sureljflr l jrd1 CbII II r l jt t Exciting sport the more exciungue cause of the hardships connected with It is offered by chamois huutlng in the mountains ol Europe The chamois are found everywhere in the hignest mountains of Germany Austria Swit zerland in Transylvania in the Car flatulansi also in the Alps and these extremely sbyauluials are regarded by all true huntsmen as the mot desir able of all game The chamois be tongs to the antelope species but unlike its kin of the broad plains It pro fers the barren wilds of the high moun tains and IJke the mountain sheep the Ibex and the rnouflon It selects in this territory full of chasms oud canyons the most impassable regions as its lair During the summer months the cham ois roams in the higher altitudes but In the winter time It must descendl to find its feed After feeding it returns to its bid Impassable nooks where it feels secure sln the case of the deer the male is called a buck fend the female a doe but Unlike nil other ant mals of this kind both xes are antler ed the horns being caned krickelor but those of the does are somewhat lighter than tbpse of the buck The doe brings forth one fawn every year sometimes two but very seldom three which are very dearly loved by the mother and which she protects against rall dangers Outers BookI Jack Grim Still onErthJack Grin Amos Ilustes first catch bringlugt t get back In the harnfess He will play with the Indianapolis Gnn club team under the management of Low Maznr ncsetvesGrllllllfoClhc bmo back He formerly caught for the Indianapolis and Brooklyn Nation llufru itmhzst spraying For Potato Bllitbt Many New Jersey farmers spray potatoes for blight but very few of the total number Most of those who spray have found it profitable The number of those who spray Is Increasing We recommend that spraying be begun early In Julyand repeated at Intervals of from seven to fourteen days This varies with the weather condi tions and the rapid growth of the vines We use bordeaux formula 0050 that Is six pounds blue stone six pounds lime anti fity gallons water To this we adaone pound paris green when1 the bugs tire preseutG F Warren Horticulturist New Jersey Experiment nation Worthy uff Respect I found myweiitethe walter who serves n emv luncheon ata downtown restaurant in there with his best girl dining said the ex change broker as he came back to Us table at the hotel I wish you could have seen him He was mag nificentDid you speajc to him asked his companion WeU I should say so the brok ir declared He makes a lot more money than I do New York Press Wild Bull Chases Real Autost The speed laws are being brokenl with impunity by motorists In red ears near WInsted Coun An infuriated Guernsey bull escaped rrecently and has slurce been at largcnt Barkham ted chasing every red auto that pusses through A sign has been post warning persons III red caw to beI tvnre of the bull and they need no fur espiesthemUarricks Uttitf JOK9 Scene Tho Star mill Garter David Gtarrlck and the usual galaxy assembled whyDrtqundelGoldsmith Tell us tthe answer Davy HI n0t spoil your fun by trying ta 5CSStbirrIkWbyIt to2iione flashes the other claps and roars Harpers Weekly rtay Causes Fatal Cancvr jolfram C Fuchs an expert In the use of the X ray diedl the other day In Chicago of cjincer which he contracted three years ago through coming In con tact with the X Imy apparatus After Dr Fucbs became affected with esTa cor he submitted to numerous opera havingIemi amputated These operations were unsuccessful and the disease steadily spread to different parts of his Iwdy Tie wor141enb a contraction of ibHMet was not el1ntI111S2 Who Was Lying Thtftt The Veracious VergerIn the far cor ncr lies William the Conker Wind thjr orgin where you cant see em are the tooras of Guy Fox Robin Ood and Cardinal Wolsey Now does that guidebook as lsoes you ave In your and tell you who iis lyin here sir The Skeptical TourIAt t So but J cat iwsironOtt Mall 3 j5r jI I I Myy Listt 0gffarflf From this adverisementtemp6 r rily in order that II may revise it and will in ashort time announce f1J I SoffleGreatBargaisS G t B iJ i o In Farms and Town Property iJ7 jFIn the meantime IIamprepr ed to show prospectiVe purchsersifsome very desirable farms S Correspondence 5oIieitedJ F ttiB D L KE rt i fiTh Real state and InsurancMaij Do no1suff4r with sever Headaches when KtEnlBiNtAO uo tc Will Cure YouTlio liver Is the mainspring for the Whole body To xpt t f god health onemust keep the liver In 200dorder To da BO regulator la needed Hwbiae will putyour livrla the suo dition it should be and you will net puffer from hNdkM A POSITIVE 6URE FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS WNL FEVER BIUOUSNESS MALARIA ltAND ALL LIVER cOMPLAINTS t HasDonetii World OfGood KrsD Philley Marblo Fp01 Tern writ Iliwra used Herblne and ted It thor best llTercerr StiT HMT vie V t tried Ifcdonejnylwnliy as well amyseIfs WOiW e ffMMl I and I recommend it to all mjr frleadi I MT r headaches anymore t JOC WILL BUY IT c i- iIt Ballard Snow Linirnent co 500502 N Second St ST LtMO Sotd and Recornmen teWbJ Red Cross Drug Stpre f H1OO The Safest and Quickest Way ta r TSansfep Mon r i W t E I S BYJQ Long Distance Telephone 2 to Local Manag sr 1 GUmberIe Te1egrip Cipuj INCORPORATED Ic J 1 8 ooooooooOo ooooo v Contrary oourtiel The church frau packet oven the nixies lined with chairs Just before the benediction the tUoughtfui clergy man who loved order as bo did the gospel thus admonished hIs hearer SCll4Ichairs from the aisles Lipplucotf J ilngazino i Couldnt Itandtthf SralN- tnndhadylm sorry to say sir that the coffee Is exhausted Lodge rrr i Dot surprised It has hiieeaso yr weak lJeJitTStrana l4 e It74 7 f 33 t I arcrcfllll I VIctims of hay ftv wiltJ tiper- IeiucegreatjeaeStbr ta fOb7 Hosey and Tar a a eSous bebratWng r edi Jratkttflad air paasagessd eve it It cndd f lltrcur yeut iUrHJstat relief Theems3ne Ili I 7q low paeIcie Sold b tle kd j StoreS V T tIrap an expr M office flopr mills luberCI- ispopiatlouI r t 1700 population ofplf county 15000 L XeJweiteat tiYeitt Congres Hou le JofcOIjj BArdstowa Ky JUpeiseMtathre la Keatucky Legis attire 1I0i1 W D Ckybrooke f eEttive in State Senate Bonco lHacrr lAMMtcr Lebtv ct ritfykr CIRCUIT COURT CkMUfioarfc begins oa the fourth tteaaar lFebruary May sad Octo W 4 4 LTbdRI Durham Costmodwealtk AtS8 i OtA Ct Clerk an j G ktKaat aludil e I QUIJCOURTtr1 iji rteriy Conrirl heiaom the third t two Jledayia each stoatfe feel BI iitsey JwlgeV ol1cQtJNYOH tkeJtpmrtbISt3utyr Court meet MyJn tc1i eat11 j4i4ilseyIidge w1 Booker ConatrClWk TS Mayea County kttoraey George Catlett Jailer q SM ey Osbourae Sheriff H a Ander0lanIMcklsham BertartEddlemaal epaJJS4 Masters JaiaeaF Moore CoaatySrrejoi andT P OBryan Assessor W T Mitcheli DeputY Jteiert 1coeTrasrer J Mi Montgomery r0fltsh 3oLXoiaJppJBt or aoIi1of+ CrtfY COURT or Nee Police J 4ff paj Jokm Grace Marshal tOrJPhr1CitrI tt rBeYOtJ JUSTICE COURT SC 3kItkeC0bare held in January April J lya d October be Sr 4 Cfcurch Directory METHODIST CHURCH the Jw RfT G W LyfH Pastor Sex tYk am the Tirstand Third Sundays laieck Jonth atUa maud73O puipt 5tt ayEfchQol eyary Sunday at 10 PriL1Ka1tteiRg every WcdHesdayf Jt1tt CAtHOLICvCHTIRCH c P rnrTtcesTerySttnday at Baad lO oclock r ija rServices T yPBlSBTTBBIAN CHURCH r5v R E C Lawson Pastor lla- I JPreacUaK every Sunday at 11 am aM at 7 psa Sunday school every aadaVat 10 ajn Prayer meetii Tsry Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev W m Harrison Williams Pastor a2xcbiiigand 745 pm Sunday School even j Suaday at 930 am Prayer niethhevery Taesday eye inlat7450ic1ockE t ii CHRISTIAN CHWCHtRey W E Rogers Pastor SeI and fourth Sundays S Ikesfirst ty3Oaan = i 1i Fraternal Orders- t t t MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodi t I foSO meets first andj third Monday 1tteachonth41 Washington R A Chapter No 5 1eetsJvery second Tuesday DIISpringlieldyerv ibarth Monday JLxiGHTs MeettofT M ACASHES Ii rn nd 0 l HSourj StomacKHo n rvtv MM MadacM contu tion bad breath tellers1 debility sour risings and catarrh stomach are all due to IndlgSstion K1 kvMindicMtIon4 This new dlsd Sri psprssnhs the pat1lriJJuUea th41g ttin as they exist In a ihealthy stomach nhLJ 4jyIa does not only relieve indigestion d aid dyspepsia but this famous rem iMtfi all 1acktrou11cs by cleansi yaHfyhy aw4sPl4nC and strengthening SMlhCOiu mwnhnuws lining the stomach i1IIrS L of WV r s whd iow Mocb for tweety Jean J WHMlnM aid we an jwnr iul c it to Mlkor tf+ii AoOICAOftEWEAKKIDNIY8 TRY HSWC MWMYMd BCAMtR PRLSSw ltd flrwdL U1sw1TT A Q99hI byj Ktd Crow Dray Bi fIf rjI 4 iaSt sis it comes out land d n be put in the hogshead The tant complete will cost 15000 Shelby iis the third county in the Burley district to install suchf facilities for handling Equity to- baccO Washington and Clark untks being the other two i Isn Past SUITID 1JlleFaMore than half ot mankind over n sakidnby and bladder disorders usually t enlargeement of the of prostrate glands Thin Is both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure ould be taken at the first sign of dangers as It corrects irregularities dlias cared many old men of thisttsease Mr Rodney BurnettRock port Mo Writes I suffered vith etf larged prostate gland and kidney a ouble for years and after ttaking bottles ot Foleys Kidney Care I l fetter than I haue for twsntyr years although I am now 91 years f d Sold by the Red Cross Drug ore tl f Flirting U A itinjr Mayor McDonald at- ighmore S Dak has approved ordinance passed by7jhe COW mon council of that city prohibc iting flirting in public places making the penalty or each is violation a fine or imprisonment The ordinance provides that iit all be nnlawfullfor any rnale- fthiialetb Toiter on the sespany churcn public building doorway of tiny store for thc- urpose 60 of visiting eating candy peanut or to loiter on thes reet vacant lot otheror or ohtjt are place for the purpose of flirting in the meantime ItWill unlawful for parents or guar t dians or other persons having e minors under their control Ltowa ingly to permit any violation of ordinance The ordinance becomes effective after a two weeks publication in the offidaii ll- aper Regular as the Sun is i an expressions as old as the- ie No doubt the rising and- osetting of the sun is the most r performance in the Uni erse unless itJs the action of the liver and bowes when regu ted with Dr Kings New Life f Pills Guaranteed by Haydpn f RQertsonrUggist25 ctEquity Society tThe American Society of Equity nd the Burley Tobacco Grow ersASs ciationwillendeavor to ave the legislatures of Ohio entuciy Tennessee to compel the manufacturers of all grades off tobacco to label every package rlysentoutth label to display tbeJ ercentage of licorice and othei ingredients and adulterants con tained in the goods so man ufa- curd and offered for sale Local leaders in the tobacco movement were apprised of the new departure to be made Wed nesday and xpressed them selves as being highly pleasei with the scheme One of them informed a representative of thn State Journal that nearly all the manufactured tobacco contained almost fifty per cent of licorice syrup and other ingredients andd adulterants He also stated thattt the large per cent of foreign material used in the makeup off the ordinary brands would Iiir large measure account for the enorpous profits earned by the American Tobacco Company a its wares SaysIqra ilfT Lynch Editor of the Phillips burg NJ Daily Post wrItes I have used many kinds of inedicin coughs and colds in my famil f but nevr anything sod aS Fole y Honey and Tar I cannotEay ti mirob inpratse off 1tStdby t f RedOrossDrDgStorejp i written with a pencil and evi5 titl3 by some one accustomed o writing as the writing was quite plain and the spelling goodiiinbut the punctuation bad The following is the l ttrin full Sunday morn 1907 if the one that Stirs this note will have the pool of water at the Springfield Fair Grounds rug they will find the corpse p f who tob d liigbtand1 sunk it was done by local par IFwrherwillIF From One afraid tcttalka cPSThe note was turned over to wenthtotbeand with a number of boys mackthorough searchof the placebub without results dThemanBEideaake comfort in the writers re mark that he would soon be out of the state1 It is to be hoped that he will remain away The limit Of Life The most eminent medical at scientists are unanimous in thes opclusi n thatjthe generally aco cepted limitation of human lifeL many years below the attain as ment possible with the advanced on knowledge of which the race isb now possessed The critical en d thatdetermines its dura tlqn seems to be betweent 50 andO the proper are of the bodya during this decade cannot be too GO strongly urged carelessness being fital to1 longevity Natures best helper after 50 is ElectricI Bitters the scientifica tonic medicine hat revitalizess very organ of the body Guars teed by Haydon Rphertson Druggists 50c l Stock ForSalew= I have for sale the following live stock which can be seen attmy place at any time on the Bardstown turnpike four t ard J ne half miles from Spring Seld Three jacks and seven jennetts some good Southdown bucks S hogs cattle and other stock Some good farm horses suitable Ifor family use For luther in formation calll at my place TJ Hamilton RFDNo2- 4t I t Springfield Kyc a Lebanon Joca1st From the Falcon t TheJirm or Bunnell Clem tentst Mr Clements retiring These gentlemen have been in business together for the past ten years as plumbers and tinners and have been known throughout this section as an honorAble andI thrifty firm having gained many friends and patrons by their re liable and courteous conduct It was a mutual agreement that they dissolve and Mr Clements will remain with Mr Buinell for a few weeks until he decides on his future plans Whatever bus mess the junior member may decide upon his many friends will wish him much success and happiness he so richly deserves It is needless to say that popular James Bunnell will coLtinueto hold his own in this busy world A man win Lebanon this week with rather a pique plan Infor getting people to bitene wis selling chances on a fine in lott i the State of Texas and ia joundftrip over the railroad tto the Lone Star State and manvr other points in the W stBea- sydid a good business here and the drawing was pulled off Wednes day night Mr Toe MurreYbeJ ling the lucky J has not yet decided when he h0 tto rinasSt 1 mornIng and were carried to Cal vary where the interment was Holy Marys cemetery Endorsed By The County The most popular remedy In Otsego county and the best friend ofmv family writes Wm 1i Dietz ditor and pub sher of the Otsdgo Journal Gilbertsyille N Y lsD ings New Discovery It has roved to be infallible cure for coughs and colds making short work of the worst of them We always keep a bottle in the- ouse 1 bellfere it to be the mostf valuable prescription nown for Lung and Throat dis ases Guaranteed to never disappoint the takerby Haydon Robertsons Drugstore Price 59c and 1 Trial bottle free FOR SALE I will unless sold privately on WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1 aclopk p m offer for sale to the highest bidder with ut reserve the farm of S E ear deceased formerly known the Josh Tumey farm lying the Mackyille and Harrods urg turnpike one mile from Mackville containing 78 acres well improved This farm has n jt a good dwelling off 8 rooms nd a good cellar Barn 40 by andall necessary outbuildings This is one of the mott valuable fruit farms in the county having 1 2tcres of apple orchard bearing choice election for marketing purpo es and also pears peaches plums cherries and small fruit of alll Vinds and some tobacco land PersonalLy of deceased ill be sold at same time and place consisting of one good work horse one good milk cow farming implements one wo horse wagon spring wagon household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale WILLIAM LEAR Trustee of heirs of S E Lear M Campbell Auctioneer potBot Blue and lose all interest when help is in reach Herbiue vllraake that liver perform its duties properly J Th Vaughn E haAlal writes Beine onstant sufferer from constipation nd disordered liver I have found to be the best medicine for Troubles on the market 1lhave used it constantly I believe it to be the best medicine of its kind and I wish all sufferers from these troubles o know the good Herbine has done me Sold by the Red CJosli Drug Store atet for State Senator was called to order by Chairman W F Grigsby Mr A M Duncan was chosen secre tary of the meeting On motion the chairman appointed Messrs John W Lewis GOl Wharton and George Colvin committee on resolution The following resolutions were reported and accepted Your Committee on R solutions respectfully submit the following 1 That we approve the call for this conv ntion 2 We most enthusiasticallv endorse the platform of princi ples promulgated by the recent State Convention held at Louis ville Ky 3 That the Republicans of Washington County endorse the nominees of said convention and that we pledge them our united and loyal support 4 That the delegates from Washington County to the cP vention to be held atLebanon Sept A 1907 are sent uninstruc ted as to the nomination toff a candidate for State Senator 5 That the vote of Washington County becast as an unit in sid convention on all questions or divisions thatt may arise in said convention 6 That the following Repub licans are recommended to the County Convention as delegates to represent Washington County in said District Convention viz W F Neilirk W A Waters John WLewis C K Filiatreau T O Wilson C N Barnett B D Lake Harvey Kobinson AdL dy Devine Wm H Lay EL Davison W F Hall John Howell Henry Coyle CeO W Sparrow J S Coyle G C Wharton George Colvin William Smith W B Barlow Tom Wheatley W F Grigsby Mansfield Crow G W Stallings Willian Ryan W P Scruggs James Hy Hays John Gordon P G McElroy and all other good Republicans of Washington County who may attend said convention JOHN W LEWIS Chmn G C WHARTON GEORGE COLVIN THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estimonials IEquity Statistics t Statistics gathered by te Amercan Society of Equity in I H BUY THE I Kentuckyc y i Wheat Drillll Simple Strong Durable IgoodII p Seed Colt Halters ahd Bridles and a full line of H mess and Gear John Lily Barber I Sucessor ttc Haydon Barber Ir ii iTTi4 Ji a rUeMwiift will begin in a short tlmezr Observerrr Dont accept a cqnffhcure thlt you may be told is just as good Ls I Inedys Laxative cough Syrup bficahse it it isnt just aft good there is quite a difrerencer Karfnedya Laze tive Cough Syrup acts gently upon tae bowels and clears the whole system of coifghr bad colds It clears the whole system of coughs and olds It promptly relieves inflammation ot the turoatand allays Inflamation of the threat and allays irritation Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Drowned in Well Lawrence age three years son of Mr Geoige Hag an fell in the well at his hcjine Sunday afternoon at five clock acd died before he couldbe rescued ighborswbadgone water and the little fellow ran ahead of her to lift the top off the well which had been left open by some one and just as he got there he fill and was was down in the well nan in stant In falling the back of his head struck the side of the well and this lick was partially re sp nsible for his death The alarm was given and it was some little time before anyone coud be found tp go down after him At last Mr Benard Burch came and went dovn and procured the body which was quite dead The funerAll services occurred Monday afternojn The inter ment was inSt Catherines cemetery and was conduced by the Very Bev W M Buckman of this p1eBardstown Standard Cveryfcody Should Know says C G Hays a prominent business man of Blufl Mo that Bucklens Arnica SalvO Is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to t sore burn or wound or tea case of tiles IVB used it and know what I am talking about Guar anteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25c For Sale tA good seven room dwelling on Grondy Avenue Lot contains nearly two acres House newly painted Nice location Will sell reasonable For furthers particulars call on T D Tapp or McElroy Whartcn Real Estate and Insu ance Agents SpringtIeldKy no Reward The readers of this paper U1beI l pleased to tears that there is at one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure id all iU stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional dis base requires a constitutiohal taeat ment claWs Catarh Cure is tcken snternally acting directly upon the blo1at1d mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the bUn dallon of the disease and giving the- p4tisntstrength by building up the cQaetitution and assisting nature in prOPrielOrliavelso that they otTer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for list of testimoaials Address F J Oheney fe Co Toledo O Sold by druggists 75c HaUsFamily Pills for consti All persons knowing them selves to be indebted to me are hereby notified to call and make settlement at once or they iJ1II rcelcoJlElctlon f and I wean business EIDWIttsisi Mi 5 I 5 rot by the eutuig ceipta from privileges Thefaif ir strictlywiting liquors were sold ontbe grounds and no gamin j or gambling devices were permitted to operate Even 9tbe grand stand sport who has been in the habit of backing his judgment in picking the winner to the extent of afew clollars was put under the lid aJidtbe old famil jar cry of a dollar I can tie em and coior emwaS heaid no more The single judge system for the judging of the horse rings was tried here for the first tim and on the whole gave satiafac tion Mr JR Allen of War ren count was engaged and acted as judge in the horse con ttests throughout the m etine with a few exceptions The single judge system is nail right but the method as ued atbe Springfield Pair could helm proved on by having another man to releivei the flrst The sVme animalscome into cpsipeti tion two and sometimes three and four times during the fair The judge who first serve r passes his opinin on tIre contes tants obe day and it is natiral to suppose that his opinion will lbe the same on tie next occa sion when the same contestantt II come together It appsmrs to us therefore that it would be much more satisfactory to haye a new marT to judge these other contests A Below we give a list of thet awards on live stocke FIRST IAY Mares fur General PurpAses Mare fur years old and over W M Hughes Boyle coootfr first Dr D A Crosby Wash ington countysecond- Mare three years old Wm Nichols Nelson county first W M Hughes Boyle 2dIMare 2 years old F C Peters I TMIl0fl 1st Addison Milton 2d Mire one year odj W S Gibbs 1st B B Leachsaan 2d Mare under one year old P S Barber Washington county 1st Kara Arnold 2d RRoadster Stallion I C James Mercer 1st L D BakerWash ington 2d Best Pair Buggy Geldings Hughes B kerlstWTS- mithM rion 2d- SECOiND DAY Aged Cheater White Boar C L Grundv Washington let and 2d Aged Chester White Sow C5 L Grundy let and 2d Aged Berkshire Boar Orange 1stBerkshire under one year Orange Prye lstand2I- AgedBerkshire FQR Orange Fryei lXstt and 2d I3ersbireow under one year Orange Frye 1st and 2d ApeflJ Diiroc Jersey OrJE She bv Washington couuty 1tardiBest Dnroc Jersey Boar under oneyear old E S Mayes Jr lstA Canary 21 IAged Duroc Jersey Sow J Eo 1st and 2d Sowundfr one year old E S Mayes 1st JJest herd Orange Pxy e 1st- J t E Shelby 2d SWEEPSTAKES Best Boar any age Oraiffr Prve 1st and 2d Bestt Sowany are Orange Frye IstC LGrundyV2i ISHIBest aged BncyC H Irvii tlst G WPosterd Buok unIje year pldO- H dDlttGL i01 iI1 Best aged ewe G Pisc Id nd2cL tJ5 J t t4dIV t T jis I tr B PefbjD irf j 2d Stalig years old W M- Htfgblt Chas Blapto Ja 1 Stallion 1 year old W4J f Ifwholslst HF LiUey Wash ti- lj1 r ton cotfnty 2d UtStallion uider os year oWj 2 r- BB Ltachmaa 1st JTJt J J Yowell Marion couijy dl T jf Saddle Gddings liit 1 Pour years old aVd qver kfT t r M Hughes lilt DrJ B Rn rtitBards 2d V tThree years old aa pytr lW T Smith st Willwm Nkshok r 2d1 i Bestt roadster mare or ttUi fY IJaoee lstaa z New York saddeIs Wl Mi t Hughes 1st W T UMiUi i flBest saddle stallraB wrt c Jj gelding Owned im Watri ftopL county jB Peters istDrD iA Crosby 2d v i CCpfltInuedoQj page 2 j I F FftThose Who hay acltr 15i J ao matter how slight IhI1d iiftevery pebie beip ttH diustiye iiirg2al sit tkat tW fooil b4 J JiIIJg t- IHYbc doe by t1Jri sIstti that cetaiaiatl HfMtf te pray f eties UaWCWIM 9MifM Is- 4IgeitioIaa4Dce Ih Is a tiQtlGt vtgetabls acids sad 4 t c HtaiB the vLIsM J i Ila a healthy tJ Iuste 1 aWHtQt1 eat SeW it t t tj CTM Dr f Stores t li t OU TrnPFOINM- JIsWds F r RR RitM LiJIIMMP r Ksky SIMs Far f i t With evstest We eaUMtiea partp 1tt r l ta amt tti are tAe Htiai tie eotwlrjv SSf t thatt eu1e ia a isrogrm wertby oC special d tke State Fair at LootarW dot ifta to 21st sferaU be tke largest attoalial PtHrila M klotory wxt1S y Tke oaly oae rktan BMOSA to aski tthe coadittea iUoal was low rvqsr tos ad this kMew booa ftaec fa raUroaa la KeatiMky have aiMoaaooa a rte of oae iare phis tweatrfcve ceats for tke rovad iria ttoketa jNSa oa sale the Satvraay before tt Week sal gooavreUntiaff tINt Mosiaar JIolkiBg Pair week Tiokete IK JIMIIo szaa will H oW as Ute XSMsp t of ose aai a third IMM IMM ri k a the rregnlar rate la laiiMia JIat ceNts a mile t CAPTIVE A1LOOM8oi r f To fee slrtctlf ff 4e aa4 00 j V te the alacil of aM tke Koataelv 1 State Fair vaaatfeaoat JIM t o V tj eociu4edsegotlatl s Is a pisssi ri gerearryfBg alrskip aadlssHsia is i fldLoulmet captive IwlteoB wkkk to to eatry ah seagers ia tile air evecy tea miwtft C This was eat of tke soaoattoais of tW J St Louis ExyosKtoaapd will v LIatCV For Ole first thae la tke history a State Fair Kentucky a ksallBaiP award Is to be awde totM eoti Y whose exhibitors receive iae lafaosf 4 BQKber of rlbboaa Tkto isb n Vl the nstare of a sterllas sttvor visile haadsoaiery vagravoi valae4 at mK It Is to be placed lor tkrot anisllis ittttafter tke Fair la tke EMtoiy ofifc J Ndce ot be eoaty wbIs ysIva II Later It h to be kwn oa ts WWL i of the oW caalto aid t1abMl-a roda Ita the seW copHil j 5Ji Awtlt 2 For two ceatmriH we bave booa 1fI4f lag Eacojer at the oad of a tl rwkere a FreacaaMa aevor 71 at owl eoaivaloat for It ofraa poly the Latlm Bmr A4 oa ke ias4 apyoars la EI5 tok far asore eIsa tttMr j la Freack ami iiaaiiritioil at laaC MaCe Itdoos net aMe iir Je 1 bet oa ti rUW Wa I1S r table fKJiIIIftl hlL qf lf t c J34k ItIJiM tC L11Idi j t rLw Te wby f fl MB oo i K Wjk INK tt ij conc Y- aetrIkst II u t 4 flUUi iPsfussuI uoiessr a SfOoofL IWw I eJto be rom Ttsotjt IB atwewbat 4 aim aa r l 5f J JJoii b l licaii nomineji ovettior ull nkiug some yery effective ipMcheftin his campaign tour in yyMiiiVft Kentucky In hic IiMecV at WiUiaYnsburff Mr v i 0 J l 1Iitde a scathing reply to Mr Haiter attitude in theo Powers affair Mr Hager had Jt declared in speech lhatiif eleo r t s4QxverDor he would not grant- tj A at pardon to Caleb Poweis or aiiy c one else cconvicted of the Goebfl t t I murder and asks Mr W il sor v- r what lie ouIdq in the tease r j Mr WhsoJ1 rn his reply saifl 1 J H had antiQipated that some irrSs fifipossible person nott expected ttc f l5kicw the proprieties of the case i JPIi some mere politicall heeler rjwold ask me in some public 1 wy hatIiFpulddp about thf i t Powers case but I had not ex tSpect d that the nominee for Governor of Kentucky whc C shpuld be a man who understands the prbprietes in such matters t to ask such u question Mr V JHigeB knows and the people ofI tj Kentucky know from my life AV and rr my unfaltering support ol l J law iaitorder that I would re t tiset jan application for5ardonr- rr bf Jany man justly convicted oiJ S t Ii that assassination and that anyv 1 4vnprigbt man woulddo the same r jandhis talk was more worthy of cheap politician or ward heele Jthan pr a man aspiring tp the t noble Office of Governor oZ Ken thckyasTnda his declaring his in t d1 ttidn in advance of atrial or- recOrd to refuse such pardon lSj cqncliisive proof out 61t his own mouth that he is unfitand un ht4 w ortbjy to be Governor off Ken f tuckyi or any other honorable commonwealth n 4t- r In jthis iissue of the News i rLeader we publisha call frcm the Republican County Com r j fcitteee fOl 2 Convention of thp JTvt JBiepnblicans sofWasbinetcf J edimlyt to be held at Springfield 4tt13O oclock Saturday Sept 14th The purpose of the con d ylrition is to nominate a candi Alit for the Kentucky House of presentatives There are no J announced candidates ftir the placebnt the assurance is made q that a goodman and one who canwin will be named l 1 Ten Ycar m BBed jortcnyeaI was confined to jmy bed witli disaaae of my kidneys riferR A Grayr P of Oakville fsjlnd Vlt was so severe that I could I mbt nov pattof the time I con 4 4 Iho very best medipal skill- M ava1Iab1elutt could get no relief un til until Foleya Kidney Cure was jHcnwendsiftp ino It Jias been a 4GodSend to mV Sctd by the Red Cr issJrug Store ForRent A r 1 Tfte two storyt frame qweUinf 4bn West Main Street known as 4ghe Ga ey property and llately r pcyjupied biJ vV Lj McClellan r4ytlJoh y iewis Atty iii TdIi1U- Jii9 t1ja itJddncY and blaTder trowbie and do not use Ifdie j a Kict MvCKr youllt have tinly yonrs3It to amefotr suitras It ii curia all foriM of kidney ani blsAile- rndlnj l 4dec dlscaiiAs Sold bf te Ji 1 1tthCroe3 prwro T t i jt ti rlI f ilJn i uiTr1ye are called on tto ealize thesad fact that the reaper of death has visi ed our little village and taken from our midst a good and noble woman Mrs Ettie Hendren wife 61f Esq Nimrbd Heudren Shfe calmly fell into that pea efpi sleep Qff death on Sunday morn mg just a few minutes of twelve surrounded by her friends and neighbors who loved her so well and her husband and daughter Saliie Matria Ben dreti as nearly all the yocng people of community addressed iner because of her motherly disposition toward them had oe qin delicate liealth for a number of years butt had been able to mingre with ner friends up until a few months ago when she began to rapidly decline She had been a faihful and con sistent member of the Christian hurch for 37 years and died in the full faith and assurance offa Bright and celestial home be yond the river of death In her death tho church bas lost a faithful member the community a kind friendand neighbor the husband a faithful and affec tionate wile and the daughter tongue cannot express tfor pen cannot write words sufficient to estimate the greit loss she has sustained in the death of her dear mother The funeral services were conducted by Rev J A Sims Monday morning at 11 clock at Willisbur chuich after which her body was laidF away m Fairview cemetery to repose iin quiet until the Kink Immanuill shall bid it to arise We extend our greitest syrrpa thy ard condolence to the be r aved husband and daughter MISTLETOE CureS Blood Skin Diseases Cane r Geatet Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis eased hot or iu of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eating sores scrofulaeczcrpa itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm BB B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the bloodsis made pure and j rich Druggists or by express 51 perr large bottle Sample free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is especially adised for chronic deepseated cases as ft cures after all else fails 9rlyi ThchnHiIl t Mr and Mrs Jim Li sey were the guests of Mr Jim Clay brOoke one night iat week Miss Elma Penwick was tIrej gudst of the Misses PenwickI SaturdayrMr and Mrs Lloyd Penwick spent Sunday with Mr Did k Shewmaker at Hillsboro Mr G W Cocanougher has returned from Indiona where he has been on account o his health and iis much timproved Mrs Bettie Canary Mrs Ah ale Aiatt and son Earl and Mrs Bell LanhVm spent Thursday with Mrs W M Barker Mrs Milfred Dohonley died at her home on Long Llcrf Monday morning at three oclock The remains were laid to rest in the Hilton graveyard rraenoneyHar Hin spent Sunday night wit Mr Shel tt Jtffries the wife off MFI Silas IBorntoa tine boy last Sunday ulflEperson11ave a 1 pleasant visit to relatives in Winchester Misses Matte and Emfiiayarfd Mi Robert Yankey were the guests oftne Misses Eperson Saturday night Mr Joe flardin of Lou isville visited his brother V r lIBHardin the latter part off tlastt week Forget enot n We nevir repent of eating tooIiI tl Was one of the ten rules of Thomas Jefferson president of the United States and the rule applies to euery one without exception dur lug this hot weather beean friic1 bard for fopd even in small qnaotf tics toile digested when the blooqigI ata high temperature At this sea son weshonldeat sparingly and properjy We hould also help th e stomach an mjtchas pQs5ible by the use of a little KoeEl tot Indigestion nd DyspepsIa Whictvi rest the itselfSolds Ii 4 I i r r k1LtT4ru toiiOur ceople are fixing up to at tend the picnic at Fredericks town Sept 14 Seveaal from here will attend the State Fair Miy Len Kirsch has fixed the dam in at Maud and will be ready to grind corn and wheat in a few days Mr Jeff Smith is out again so is W H Payn who bpth have been quite sick sicklisti Keep the pores od nand the skin blrnrbrI1iized Witch Hazel Salve penetrates he pores and heals quickly Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Forest View j Roman Moraja will attendt school at Slate College tefxing ton Ky the coming ten months Miss Mamie Scannell of Louisville a very ai tractive young lady is the pleasant guest of Miss Proney Medley at present Reynoldsof Dowmgsfatnily Mr and Mrs Joe Carrico were visiting their children in Shelby county last weekIMr Yanlrey will commence a foiMrMorajainafewdays Mr and Mrs Biven Green of Shelby county were visiting friends a few days sin- ceiiTllE ffAIR Continued frompage 2 THIRD DAY BEEP CATTLE Aged bull W Si Gibbs Wash iintont county j Bull un ier one year old C A Wilson rloncounty 1st Brown and Thurman 2d Aged cow C A Wilson 1st atid 2d Cow under oneyear old I C A Wilson 1st Brthsrnand Thur manISAVEEPSTAKES Bull any age 0 A Wilson 1st Brown an4 Tuurmaii 2d Cowanyage 0 A Wilson 1tt and 2cf Best J rgef cow H M ONan 2tt and4thSW Wil liam 2d and 3d- Hafadsomesfc girl baby Hr mit Mahony 1st Catherine wharton 2d Handsomest boy baby Jas Pettus l1stt Carl Ross 2d SABDLE STALLIONS oinBrosBest mare colt sired by Chest nut dare special premium by B B Leachman P S Barber lB L Dayison 2d 1stI Best horse colt sired by C nut Dare J J Yowell 1st Geo Powell2i Mare four year old1I C Janes 1st and2d CIJanesCI re years F p3 Peters 1st Humpky and Milton 2diMare one year old W S Gibbs 1st BB Leachman 2d Mare unde neyeareld E Arnold12dHARNESS G ELD1 NGS x tFour years old W M Hoghes Ist EsorA Bros 2d L SGplding three years oldi L ft Baker lstAVm Nlchols 2d 1He t rpckawayj maro or gelding IO Jaiies 1tt J Y Mayes 23 V COMBINDRINGS eBest stallion mare orgelding- WM Hughes 1stt Wm NiC hO1S- 112d WT Smith 3d Mare andcltP S Barber lstJ JYe well 2 t Vytf1 4 t f iitjo ic ffauiuiurt on the Pacific coast LJist winter when the great coal famine prevailed are tt1 belies a we are prepad to say that cwijl have4constantly on hald in our yarns several lot the best Coal mined We have arrangedfwith the mines to t Coal and we will have and will sell at the lnwestpossible to war rapt success of the business It you want the coall give us your order ow fill it promptly You cant afford to put It off tIme you wIll Jc money Re ember we arE or the best that is 1 M H JONES t co- ttt 1 2 Ja 1 dtt ttt 1 tttt1t 1Z lt jtww r r FOURTH DAY JACKS lack three years old and over Gibbs and Mackin 1st and 2dY Jack two years old Gibbs and 1st Jack one year old Gibbs and Mackin 1stt JB Gbodpastox 2d I Jack under one year old W W McElroy 1st and 2d iJenntt two years old andover W W M Elrpy 1st R L Par rott 2d Jennet one iyeur olciiV W McElroy 1st Jennet under one year pld Gi bs and Mackia jj SWEEPSTAKE Jack any age f Gibbs and Mackin 1st and 2d Jennet any age Gibbs and jJ Mackin 1st R LParrott 2diMULES Aged horse mulej R L Par rott 1st Tom Simms Jr 2d Horse mule one year old N R Christy lst Tom Simms Jr 2qI Horse mule under ope year old WA Clark f Bro 1st Gore Muir 2d Aged mare mule Humphrey Milton 1st and 2d Mire mule one yearold Tom Simms Jr 1st atxl 2d Mare mule unAerone year old Toe Wilkerson 1st J L Lester 2d SWEEPSTAKES r Hors mule any age WA Clark Bro 1st Gore Muir 2d 1 Mare mule any age McMakin 1st Tom SimmsMcMakin Jr 2d Mare and mule coif W A Clark Bro 1st Joe WilUei1 son 2d vff Best pairi of mules McMakin Ttitk rJ1st Humphre Milton2d Speciall premium by L D Baker best colt sired by Bill Goebel Bo 3 Ray 1st Best sac die stallion mare orI geldingW MI Hughes lstAV TSmith 2d Isora Bros 3d I liar ors Purposes Aged St Hi mL DO Bak- erJtJt B Peters1 2d LCDBakerjst Stallion two years old Cfiarr lie Blanton 1st W ML Hughes 2d one year old Wm Nicfrolls 1st EL F Litsey 2d Stallion uhder one yeftroldvB B Leachman lstJ J Yowell 2d Best colt sired by Suashiie- soecial premium by L D Baker Tom Simms Jr 1st Sherman Martin 2d Pair of Shetland mates or geldings Ray Thurman 1st Best trqrnout double tehni I C James 1st lFrank Peters2d Best Roadster Stallion mare or gelding JLr D Baker 1st 1 C James 2d and 3d Combined ring mare hfg WT Smith 1st W MI Hiiighes 23 team I C James 1st and 3d L D Baker 2d Saddle ring 5 gaits WM HUghes 1st Wm Nichols 2d fOtETSDONEYAND1 JF SIN CdPrVIt5 PMiila F i I rlr1 r List FarmsF- OR SALE BY tcEIroy 13 harton Dealers in Real Estate S JNGFIELDI KENTUCKY sTk 201 Farm 128 acres one mile- S uth of Texas good 4 room dwelling gi bd barn welltenced Price 20001 i203 Farm 100 acres good land 3 mile from Lebanon on Danville pi all good land well fenced and w t red Price 50 per acre f 20t Fnrnj 155 acres situated 5 m 1s north of Springfield good d e ling and barns mostly in grass P e 50 iUer acre I j 205 Farm 130 acres situated 1 m 1s westof Spring eldlod dwell in f and barn good corn and tobacco l15 id taU lies well Price 16 per acre 187acre farm seven miles from 8j r ngfield Good house 2 Ji is well fenced and watered Price 3 j 52acre farm located 1 12 mis so Invest of Springfield Good dwell outbuildingsIti re air Price 5000 1812 90acre fArm 4 12 mis from Sj ingfield all good land Sixroom dw lung stock and tobacco barn wi fenced All the laud in a high st e of and ljes well Pr e SCO per acre ft 100acre farm 312 pules from Sp nngfield small dwelling house and go d barn wire fenced and mostly in gr ss Price 2000 9 300acre farm near Willisbnrg Ky Good 5 room barn all lie well Mostly in grass Price 810 pe acre I2 0 lOSacre farm located 8 miles we t of Springfield Good house and ha well fenced and watered Near rai way station Price S3500 2 2 100acre farm located 7 miles fro n Springfield Good small house am1 barn 50 acres in bluegrass Price SliOO 2 3 3SOacre farm 2 12 miles from tow n All lies well and is good land Goi d i improvements of every kind lint woodland around Price S40 per acre 2 4t 200acre miles from Spr Good improvements land all ieswell Price t per acre 2 5 10 acre farm located 9 miles nor heat of Springfield 35 acres of tub ceo land twol arns 830 per acre 2 8 210acre farm near Mackville l1ostlJin2 U acre farm 40 acres creek bot om All nifrt land Small hot ie and good tobacco barn Price S45 per acre 2 0 100acre farm located 8SlIIneS eas of Springfield Small house and gop barn Pake S2GOO U lacre farm located 6 miles nor Ii of Spriugfiqld All lies well good improvements S35 per acre 222 t25 acre farm all in grass good improvements of every kind Price 50 lperj acre r 221 130acre farm 6 miles west of Springfield all good land good dwell ing house and barns SSOper acre 224 100lcre farm located near Mackville Kv Goqd dwelling two barns Price 93000 225 140acre farm jocated 4 12 mis tom Spririglield All good land lying well Good house and barn and well fenced Price 45 per acre 220 350acre f trm located 3 miles south of Springfield Good improve ments of every kind Price right 227 200acre farm 3 mites from Springfield Good house and barn and all other outbuildings Land till lies well is under gjood fence and is in the best of shape It tsa good place and is a desirable ljoa 50 per acre Drsss oouXCiSo It Is well to remember that brass bedsteads and brass trimmings on Iron bocfe ore not matlc of time solid mtnl Vte brllllnnt finish being tine toa sort of lacquer colverln piping with n slightly dampened cloth followed by brisk rnbbln wltl n dry one Is nl that tliy rcqiilpj 1t1 clouulnrr ooia pound lo ZiIittl th clmuces are tthat iie article will b ruined Utcqrntco1 Ylubbr Jfy pet yiu pitrdon me 4Ut arent these prlddltf cak j little jmncil WIfey aluion In fpn and itrleJl to make thsni pret y for you with that pyfo ruptt set you ive me Boston Transcript Let mctell you that ercy misery 1I uiSg is a flow vliltou add California going to do for Icoal the coming winter is a serious question Long ago the authorities u grades Iurnish it figure ewlll u c Mackin Stallion orgeld Double of dwelling cultivation dwelling dwelling farmfpur ingfidld tenrsOli so Wesslhgrs An OciaMmmal Community Natural enemies of the animal wptiil nre sometimesfound living together In oxtraonllnary communities J G lals Inn volume on animals quotes this experience of an observer On one occasion when ferreting bolted a fox u cat a stoat and several rabbits and rats out of the same earth Time fox bolted first after giving the ferret a nip across the back from the effects of which It died an hour later Next came the stoat and itljei tho tatbotli of which I shot Then followed the rat bits and rats proniLscuously It wasa large burfov qn the bur fn deep dry watercourse anti often held a fox when 1 ferreted It afterward Talking Through a Human Body To talk ibrough a human body orn row of human bodies for the mutter of that lIs one of the vteirdest of the l ctricaus feats If a telephone wire be seered and the two ends be held by a person one In each hand but far apart it Is quite possible for two huh jWuals to tarry on a conversation through the body of the racdIAm a readily and as distinctly asif thg liar had been pronerrf connected His Good News s Ihave said a lawyer as he enterco his condemned cents Tcell good new at last A reprieva eagerly exclaimed thw prlsonov No not a reprieve but your tmclo has ief t you 50tf antil ijor you cat meet jour fate with the satlsfyor izuiiiif iuiiL tuu noble efforts vi lawyer In yarn behalf will not go p iWOrdecl Ixjr 1nn TJtRlta tfic a onnfiat Fifteen Dozen Bun SQre judge we et the buns Wd Vdrot a bit hungr when we got through When Adolph MunlcU with this statement corroborated the charge 9f a Chicago probation officer that ho Rnd Theodore Klrsch had stolen and eaten fifteen dozen bun In one day Judge McEwen lifted his bands in amazement The boys were accused of getting the buns frora various bakery shops in their nelghborhoad It waS most with admiration that the judgy deckled to give the boys andthiw chahco to h good Sang it His Own Funeral At a funeral recently held m Pent water Mich something pccurrtd which was original startling andsen satlonal In character After the lasi sad rites hind been conducted by a gentleman of the cloth over the re main of the deceased a phonograph was rought forth and placed on tho casket nnd the assembled rnourners snd their friendsheard the voice of tho tend man singing one of his favorite hymnf This paradox of a man sing us nt his own funeral Is believed to be the first on record anti the Innovation opens upa new possibility and if the ustom grows ltd moji may soon be readilng their own funeral sermons = e Piuptr erlon Socr tars Wilson disagrees with hoo who say tthat the eleveutb com aandment is to mind yom own bwlx- c33 Time otbOt day the secretary war dAjomotaing which provcJ tp bo mighty mfcarrasslnr to the secretary The ext day he had occasion tt6 reprimand i subordinate who hid also let gp of I omethinjf that was tOlbe considered i is iThej Olwotitli eoiuinaudment was He had wt even heard the version that It was bout minding your own business SOI j he secretary wrote It out for him EnouvVGnr mntiuttPitfshustrl A Mnkor of Talk Yes Miss Gay is great at keepln the conversational ball rolling Why Uldnt suppose she was a great talker She Isnt but the things she does keel time otlior fom n talklnNew Orleans TimesDemocrat Rural Luxury utnpt we put in a long distance tele phone for you Mr Oatcake asked the solicitor Well replied thp old farmer HI dun rbut what yew might that IsIef I Ihu use it tcnJl up thcows mllkiu1 time Tls only happiness can keep us yopng Blackwoodv sli the Ceidingi iAsn rule geldings win prove an profltablo tt6 keep on the farm Sell lt pm when matured and either tire toed brood mares or growing colts irt V the farm werk rLiL j uLuFcThe existing famine is cause W plantsand this beaqquartersl r YIPY r r More Than 25000 in Prizes I 1 A State Fak rittea has tthtki 1I tke CiaaiawiiMli rf Keatncky Its a tropfcy wkk a big val aMt Imai the MMf i i j that ace lpain it f Lowest Rates by Sail and River I You Just Cant Afford Itt Miss It1 Cone and fcriaf all the folks ai ike Mtece wM be WiMii f tto the mm ch desired iiiure a 8ader JM ia slxrMC iafft is See oar 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