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414pSKaday8cko l even VC SIIR4aye930a Prayer meeting r every Taeiiar esis iat 74S ockKlc i7 CHRISTIAN CHURCH j r Rev W F Rogers Pastor Ser Jj Ticesi first and fourth Sunday Sunday at93Oan tSiCk FraterNal Orders f MA OKIC liCfpGK Sprinrfle lodg i J9ee t Jrat aad1kirtlMoada llC Maick moatk ia kui ytomJt A Chapter Nor S7 tJ t iMK every second Tue davt iiMrUijcJIeld Cowscil PloS2tetabi- f iCUitrtli to day i7 IKJGMTIt of TxMAcAUsMeet- k1ffIICI1o Jo urH j tomachi N appd hi tairadiiirv tt Onl11j tlli 4 dty iWap dthoaM tI1IpsaKMM rhsiodlfwHeo TMs aiw d1o- 7 ths aaI uka E1i I SssasthaysxIMIuabsaidtyMiach ambin d with thei grsa Mt town tmfe c iad vscooMractivs proyirHn JC41 ivt f 4 Dot aly satins Ia IIdi I dypsiatW tb Issasas Yes f Sil Momach frebu by c1saaMa fWOS sad ag1hs r WKool iiMMbrtn iBtag Ow Ml- ISr S S S 5d 5awialWV awe tIjIvcltse Sp0g ai gw Ktv- N i TRY pMptnri kf C O OtWTTT 00 fjold by Bed Cross 3glr v L9 J t 1 THE 21 NEWSi =LEADI ttoIJ Nw tiHHfiHu 11 ROUND4WTJ4Ut e AlAlAnnn The Animal Liar iis I can tell you of facts that may seentmghty ciue r And of things that wpuld open youif eyes For Im the original animal man 4id ifi doinffa Pie seen might l is J se r FIf 4 i f kw aSiige elephant JcrbcfietiifaE- fsocks to t troutbAndgeeSPut a maneating dog to rout c JA pollywog chase d inc nine miles 5ormore f Aid frightened me intol a funlhWhile a lItHelrowni hrush emitted a roar And kiclcedin the ribs of a skunk A osimoa ouse cat Git a whale on theear s Frta iiDgher light in jestaAnd a flock ofjJackrabbits lit JLn ahgUm tree Where a sealinn sat on her nesth hippoptamus ran down a foxoi Whowas trying to steal her eggs And a billygoat swimming ther I r ocean blue Sprained one of a pickerels legs A fierce caterpillar crawled up a mans backaAnd scared hip almost into fitsoAh old spectacledl lieh broke thegrecord when ISShe hatched out some mudturtle r kits 1Iit A horse that was smart a- ut9ut n95Requesting abushel of pats WJiije a boaconstrictorthought- o y wouldnXthaVe picked er Made friends with a familyjofw slots pIveeenger thantheseeAnd will tell them if you should inquire Tuiy are true I insist for I am j if5yulease its The original animal liar Nl row ll in Western FieldJl jis jT4 Yj JJ ITHOUT LEADERSTbel JtQne candidate for the legislature The convention called for that purpose without making a nomi iif nation adjournedsubject to the call of the chairman This G Ieveathe question open SLalld ttfey nominate It is the proll vince of Republicans to answer without the consent of the op- poeitionpossibly without the advice of any self constituted boss within their owu ranKs Whatpar tv eyer won ordeseryed to win by cprnpromisjlng with theI enemy How will it strengthen them to withhold opposition Coofusjdn and cnati are the retsuIts of party cowar4ice Wash ington county RepuVlicans once hid ashrave and g4lant leader shiti as ever m4rshatled forces to hattie No saqrififce was toot great no cause too forlorn be causo they believed 1n what theyC profeaisecf There as no lack of loyalty among the rink and file Encouragement is tot wanting The signs are right Whats the matter with the lea ers Its up to them to make good lhelrJ claim They cant lp 1it by find J ing outwhat the oth sr side wants and doing that ver r thing Be what you are T tM people will reward tbpse who serve they also will know he w to treat those who falter The repub lican who is not willing tto fight this year will not have an op1 porfcnnity to s ujk again soda Make it unanimqus and qui using names that iean nothing orfight 4 lj SJ 2 IIUGGESII every means to eccnomtze in the expense of running the town 501 as notto increase the burden of the taxpayers WJe would offer a suggestion to thase interested councill1bereguJt of Council will ake place hi November next a dot course tHire will be ttIi ketrperhaps tore than opep tIn the field There will probal y be no ques tion of prt pout cs to enter in th electioni but there may h other questions hi ought up We would tifMttbai in view of tne tofcutting down expenses omj 6s d of goodI bQji1lreto serve without cOll pea Af Mivoul4b iSfinning one 1 be1 iy of eachi member of the 3 rdoOQanc 11 Q two dollars per meeting while the salary of the Mayor iis fixed at seventyfive dollars a year Shexcuttng off of these expenses would mean a saving of several hundred dollars a year to the taxpayers of the city We beit lipve that there wonld be little difficulty in getting up a ticket rurion the platform r with a no salary11 plank init and we elieve jjt would prove a winner ABOR SCARCE There is great complaint among the farmery the scarcity of work ands The farmer who deperds much on bireti hands to save his crops is in a bad fix just now Wages offered are higher thane er before Irnown but still it is- lmost an impossibility to get aiid to work Tobacco is ripening fast and they must have lpto save it and they are ff ring good wages but without success A well known farmer oft e county is offering his farm for sale giving as his reason theM trouble in securing farm help ndanoher has sold hiscattleoff f grass because he could not et hands to help him feed this all It looks as if the farmer ill have to do more work him bselfIrA OTTLE8Z One hasP often heard of theTvarmng Ice are of the bottle It is sup osed to refer to the bottle when containing the liquor which in riates rind destroys but ac cording to a prominent Kentucky jurist the empty bottle also has dangerous points Judge Bell of the Botle Circuit Court said to have instructed his grandjurythat the presence of whlskeyand beer bottles inusi- cious places is sufficient yicidncfor bringing an indictment regardless of theknowl edge Of the sale This policy carried out would have a far reaching qnd troublesome effect eooring and bury or otherwise dispose of his eptieslest he get into trouble with the llaw A Humane Appl A humane citizen or Richmond d Mr U D Williams 107 West Main St says I appeal to all persons with weak lungs to ike Dr Kings New Discovery the only remedy that has helped mean fully comes up to the- proplietorsrecommendation It saves more lives than all other and lung remedies put together Used a cough and ld cure th world over Cures asthnia bronchitis cr upe whooping cough quinsy boars ness and phthisic stopsj hem morrhages ojL the lungs and builds them up Guaranteed at Haydon Robertsons drugstore 50c and t Trial bottle tree Suit 1 Filed I Like many Central Kentucky towns TJanville has been4 in the midst of a telephone war for three months The trouble was brougnt about when the East Tennessee Telephone Company announced that alt Wake phones wnich are now charged for it the rate of1per month wouidI be removed and substituted with the long distance phones at 165 per month Telephone users raisdd a great kick and a number pf those from whose homes pboneshadbeenremoved filedsuit against the company alleging that a postive contract was entered into and that there is no reason for the rates to be Increased as the company iis making big ioIieVJn Dinyille The cases are to be tried when Circuit Court convenes nextI week and Judge aR McDjwell representing ihe compiny filed an answer tothe suit He states that the company has never made over 3 per cent on the in yestmen in Danville and most of the time the per cent ha dropped below 2 per cent If- as die of the plaintiffs alleges the company is making 3000- per rear in Danville a division wili be made with the county ifS an acconntant appointed by the court can be shown from the books of the company that sue a profit is actuall Jbem earn ed Harrpdsburg Heral iOcuasioa1i oadtlsteJn the mouth lack of appe C tile and slight nervousness are symptoms of indigestion which when aliowed afvelop into a ease of dyspepsia thatBwill take along time to get rid Dont neglectyour stopach At the first indications of trouble take B9me tltwork of digestng the food yon eat Krdol for Indigestion ane Dyspepsia will do this Kodol will make your food do you good and will enable you to enjoy shityon eat Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stored PUBLIC SALEw We will on the premjses about 5 miles from Springfield on the Lebanonand St Rose turnpike on the waters of Shepherds Run POnY offer for sale ll at 1 oclock pm to tneVhighkst bidder at public auction thefarm known as ihe irs Emily OBryan farm con taining 131 more or less Land will be surveyed if the purchaser desires Firm is v ell watered 0iethir4 in grass and the re 5 tnairider in good cultivation A f good orchard and in one of the st neighborhoods in th couna ty There will be some stock on titTEMS Onethird cash balfa Ice in one and two years Possession Januaryi 1st 1997 Mrs Emily OJJryan and Heirs S M Campbell Auctioneer What iReally Shows L s Evansville JournalNews O A newspaper may boom a tbwn through its editorial and news columns but a critical intastor looks to the advertising columns for substantial l evidenc of push and life To him they are thermometers measuring the intensity 9f public warmth they are the pulse which indicates 10 health condition of the col e tiye bodyof the people they Sell him whether or not the comtl munity is up to the times inn business matters V The fore going is a paragraph going the rounds It ought to be red by every advertiserin the land nnd- everyadvertiser ought ito meqn lusip t n ess1jj THE fEXASWONDER hl Clures all kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail fop 1 Dr EcSIt Louis Send for Kentucky e stimonialsSt Back to Lebanon The many friends of Judge and Mrs Samuel Avritt of Lou isyille will be glad to llearn that they will shortly return to thIS city to make their home Mr n Avritt spent several days here tojnopertyaand when he returned tp Louis ville Wednesday after oon he did not know which onle of the several places he had unler consideration he wovjld take While he wishes to puifchase a homehe will very probably rent property for the present ILater when he can secure a IhqmeVbat he thinks in every way desirabl he will buy it Mr and Mrs Avritt left Loba non some ten or twelve yiars I ago to make their home in Louisville His splendid legal ability rapidly won for him much distinction and for several years past he nas been recog nized as one of the foremost at torneysin the city They will be warmly welcomed by a host of their old frendsEnterprise IYHow lo lYoii Aimenlicilis 3Most victims of apoendicitis ar thsBe who ate habitually conftipate Orino Laxative Fruit Sprup cure chrouic constipation by stimulating tbsnatural action of the bowels Orincl pleasQLaxative Fruit Syrup do not naa L old by the Red Cross Drug Store MOORtfSVJLLE Born since our last to the wife of RoberbTinglea 12 pound girl Miss Julia Parks of Danville is visiting her sister Mrs J M rney this weeks Mr Edgar Brown andwifaI n son Hubert of Central Call are visiting the Yocum ros of this place They also visited the Mammoth Cave while here and was much pleased with heir visit Several of our people took in the picnlclast Saturday and all report good time Mrs Bettie Broyles and chil ren Edith and Gilbert visited er brother W S Goode last eek and will take in the State Pair this week Mr H Goode of Lexington Visited his uncle W S Goode ai this place recently Mr Geo McAndrews aid Mrs at McAndrews of Bardstown isited Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith last Sundayii ThereXvac a good crowd out to hear Bro Benight Breach at New Hope last Sunday morning and night We will elecli three trustees in District No 30 white Saturday 1907 A W Eddleman purchased a tract of land of Mr Jess Pile nd Peo Moul o7CO Mr J M Wall sold his son a act of land containing 21 acres a or 1000 Possession January 1st 1908 Several of our people wiill at tend the State Fair this weekpW O Ellis sold aiwanlinga calf to Emmet Settle for 10 If vou need any nursery stork nd orders by October 15 to W Elis route I Springfield Ky for quick delivery Miss Louella Boblitt returned o her mothers at Chaplin last s unday T H Haidin had a cylinder o todth 6f a trelsher to pierce l through the palm of his hand one day latweek He is now doing very well cSeveralthe reunion Spnngfleld ext Saturday Mr Ham Sweeney and family and Mr Sam Sweeney ofM911 mouth 111 are visiting friend and relatiyes here Miss Dessie Weekly of Green- brier visited her parents from Saturday until Monday Mr Robert Reed of Wood lawn attended church dt Newi Hope last Sunday Dlghtc ft New Pure Food ad Mi Law We are leased to announce that Foloya Honey and Tar for coughs 9Ids and lung troubles is not Affect d by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains noopiates or otherliarmfnl drngs and werecomJJ mend it as a sale remedy for children and adults Sold by the R Cross DrugStpre di Wreckat Lebanon f There was quite a litlle wreck ear the T M Estes Mill Co jI Tuesday night shortly before 10 clock The C 0 freight was backing out from the depot to the crossing to make an ex traruu to Greensburg v hen it met a freight between thoji mill and pond The freight engineer isaw hec turn around and stopped but the other engineer did not know of the freight and the caboose smashed into the engine tearingit into splinters and considerably damaging the en gmet r Two men were In the Caboose but discovered their danger just in time to jump with their lives one of them leaping into the pond It wok two hpurs4o clear the traclrFaII con J There are great many people who have slight attacks of indigestion and dyspepsia nearly all the time Theiu food may satisfy the appetite but lUaUs to nourish the body sim ply because the stomach is not in fit condition to do the work it is supposed to do It cant digest the food you eat Tale stomach shonld be given help You ought take some thine that will do the worK your stomach cant dbe Kodol for Indi gestion d Dyspepsia a combination oi natural digestants and vegtabla acids digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomath Pleasant1 to take Sold by the Red Crocs Drug Store FOR SALE I will unless sold privately on j WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 t at 1 oclock pq1 offer for sale to the highest bidder With out reserve the farm of S EtLear deceased form rly known the JoshjTumey farm lying on the Mackyille and Harrods burg turnpike one mile from t Mackville containing 78 acres well improved This farm has i n it a goodrd welling of 8 rooms nd a good cellar Barn 40 by 6Q and all necessary outbuildings This is one of the most valuable fruity farms in the county having 12 gncres Ql dOpleselections for marketing purpo eaand also pears peaches j plums cherries and small fruit f all kinds and some tobacco land Personalty of deceased j will be sold at sam time andI place con istjng ot oneigoodlj work horse one good Imilk ow farmhig itoplemeats1 one two horse wagon spVing Wagon household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale WILLIAM LEAR Trusted of heirs of S E Lear 811 Campbell Auctioneer i One of the worst features ofkldney trouble is that It is an tinsidious dlii ease and before the victim realizes his danger he may have a fatal mal ady Take Foiejs Kidney Cure at tne first sign of trouble as it corrects irregulariticft and prevents Brights disease and diabets Solil by the Red Oi ass Drugstore i Meets Instant Death eJohn Peterson aged about 70 years for many years a well known blacksmitn at Chicago was struck byva south bound freight train at Loretto Wednes day morning and instantly killed He was knocked some twenty = five feet from the track and when his lifeless body was picked up a fftw minutes later it was found that his skuLL had been badly crushed and thatal most very bone m his body had been broken There were np witnesses to the accident other There w is none better than THE KENTUCKY WHEAT bRILL- Always reliable always satisfactory ItI Will Pay For Itself I f f have left some of that 1 Good Breeching Cl eap IIAiso 1a few check lines and bridles lJonnLiIyBarer L i r 7 t jjci0 r t d + t i titan the men lin the engiBfi art no one knows how the unforU nate man came to step oa the track in front of the rapidly ap proaching train He was walk j ing from Chicago to Loretto nec and onehalf miles distace acel had reached a point where ojof the side tracks at Loretto ran alongside the main track HK was on the side track at 1e Iiethe train came around a curve and when it had almost reached Ibhn he suddenly stepped from the siding onto th main t track The generally accepted i theory is that Mr P teraoa thought that be was ontbe rajun I track and believe that ha was stepping out of danger when h walked onto the main track i b iu front of the main track in frost of the train So suddenly dii heatep on the track iis frbatof tha engine the engineer had no time to prevent tlfe accident a and no blame attaches to any of the train craw Mr Peterson was a brother ol Mrs Mary Jane Blair of Chica Deptlt1S c twice married but both of hix 3 wives are dead and no children urvive him The body wa taken to he home of his sister- Mrs Blair at Chicago and th funeral ervices were held IiI morsingCoroerBrusseli Wednesday the jury returaiaji f verdict of accidentalldeatb The verdict was asfollgwl- CCWetbejury find that Johi Peterson came to his death h w being accidentally Itru k by a freight traIn at the north cross ing at Loretto Sept 10 1907 II Lebanon EterpriaeC Curd Hay Fever Iii ilhlIF laiaA J Nusbaum Batesvlllelseiizaa writes Last year J offered lot d three months witha coW 6distressingmy busIness I had aiay of tfcj- esxmptoai of iay fev rdatbctorr I- prescriptioh did notre y ea e tj and I took several raediclkea wkicb eemed to pmly gFortunatelyFoleys Honey and Tar ia tile yetfcur package and itqalcklcurt ae- aMy wife has siuce used Fbkys Honey and Tar with the same sac Sold the Red Cross ln 1IJStoreWiINOt 0Er hi The Evening Post conUins the following fronjfLexinfctoni Dr T S Buckingham district secretary of the AnttStlopn League was here today and aa nounced thapa field day rally would be held in Lexington Oc tober 20 at which raafar acted men would speak among tIm si Dr Baker the Bationallu erinE tendent Ee also declared that since A E Wilson Bepu licaa capdidate for Governor had given hiS Indorsement to theS AIltSSaloonoppose him1 ty For Saltt 4t tIA good seven room dwelHag i on Grandy Avenue wLotLHouse aewly painted wNicedWill1JForon T D Tapp or McElroy A Whartcn Real Estate and Icisur tnce Agent Spriog ed Ky Good Crop of Tobacco S4uireJ TKo5sJtytof Bnnd vilje was in the city Motidajr j und told The Democrat of a nice IB little crop of tobacco be had raised and sold Or three and a half acres of orchard lamiheu 1raif tobacco which bewoe UM ii Louisville markft at tbe Picktti HoUtV at eli avwafeoC 1860 an average ofldia pr acre I l Squire Royalty looked aiUr tbs o woo closely atid did nttf the 1 strIpingTanhi sor ting h4m ttt a dttChcrupiU 1tbese s ie iwff G The growing 01 tobea sd I s what can isdosii oo good with a iaitewK C11S creHarrod I t w- Vila 1064 0i bSIeil Ha d aMa dJ eace t It 11 ea iailyroodloclpUM Sold Hy tfce 0E4OO r3Ii tHi Rni1 W lt Trl i1 Hit oi Wwbe 4 wits a MM sckRM Braihi a ebao of Owsstor wa iol bad of a valise co ta4ni f dM1 q iif ea Sixtti sti st IMAT Brosi WaZoMozday niaboi Jt1030 oclock hat alttooagh A 7 had coMMkraUs moMy itt4aJctid pi6 tfaey vsre a tkBrislwr whojs a dest aH old the noIiceiwr ut I I aNi sot 1b41ay tui i W ckbjsad IetLJ SMS1UI we a b iOM tbeji C arjya tips affscikHi of a jsins wfemtey visited 8 i1er efoebca be ili r HtraJd StfBt sbear set a fanill i Iii day here kst week ftDdr i ctai yowir Ja4 X f i r place iMimLj1y Foley KklMjr care wHi1 MM M Le at kidney er bI IFaItllat Milot bq rtirjIiMk I e4icie Na icie 4 p ol1by the R4 MJk Ses J Cold Wi t LSf o The weather pros i 4iOlhorwis are bscwii iite their views oa the ffall cad winter toNi bq tibet can fortoaot fiber ess Jitipttsso far cheat j ii Ose 0 We mysteries Ofyrjday Ji Lch uayV1 dIS4t er iolitkttr A hard wiater sad M ftrlr fall arc MKM UM pwite V iow which arm bti r iMMJftHIt to the tiCja ltd thiqk com tIek ifct rii re being irorlMkl to tb liiit An old firsMr wbp IBM kM fcaik a praetkpl stadj of Vf 4h I r coaftwBtf interiwKl a xnttiT oruHeraWiM4 MM t f iab1jbeelarK tlat wisa thsP9N bi a boforaoa tW aid f trMt whieh is expOMA I th orlfc carlj iii S pUWr N I i QW tfa OMf tiMTf IT tuiltK JMJ be cacptML Ii i ff ally Up to IripltiS ij Qf made d11picothIN v fop oL 1ati4 be w the ayo dMifrnahU Si dttioM sooa to statMali HraII1 IcckFri f ti- I bayIor KJeiIlift MOck w ipk esa W i LypIcMarty S isow trnpiJorkone half ailesfrom Spelts Thrso jacks ia4 ssjpijtsisjslt SOOM food BoMtMsw backi ogs castle a34stos iroQd farm borsso M b ifalIy IMO For fsiaor ii ormatloacsll at sty pfc I will alo reM nijiar lYcOQtai TJHahS 1 RDNSB X1 n- iTborss is ao ud of aaotrii its broaebatk BsMiM di t aad di hNIIM l a4op all irrrt iietLgrab by tbs IadCi s ruitoreS ABrawGlri MiisTalyGaks 4 Jj4 i I l Lpar Qte fItl alther who m TkHlssj Iip ooqfti1 tbowoi her IZsuii pluck SOBM dsjs ago wbOo i iSakms ibo silooto of cily She earrte4 bar pot oIn OQwa her Md aad zs s540bdltaaTa iBotoad of tastes IViMN4 r diMi il acresmL S OIMw wgsld bays are porsoit sod after hiersd WsO sr 4 tarnid hflswover to IotsJseitbar1 I1botE u L 1 1Sne4T aMBtae Mondaj ofUn oWt ifromi Suday sating Btreufth tfe lbs stomach with Mio OI ad Monday will have no ioi gcfttioa Fifty osnto at the Re- drossDrnStore IIfNfWStfADR1 pUAaUD ivit Iit 1 AyKAJII i VANCE fr T 1 SPILDIIIfr KY Rt iV f caS tc 4S1LP4YISON Jr iior b4tIiIotce1 10 cente p4i i t il kI cl p l1t1 al matt AIs4Dm atJ8ir ratI bat cash i 1UJio n l131Jh f4ale Uberat 3 Wt rka Md1 rewluUoDS of inspect 4 Of r kossoJiIII tf oft k J 4 TJivIlt At SEPT 19 1907 l Y ANIOtINCEMENT Ity-fi 1 fcr WtateauthortzdtQ announce J siJH trs Gore o Springfield a candi- V V dt for State Senator from the FI p tiw tiSepatorlal District composed TzSf Mzzioi J Washington and Taylor f cielQb ct tQ 1f1e action of the li 0w r trcJi arty r q1SOME FACTS j i L G T Jarvit the- icjiiieMiaidate Re r tfi for r i 7 State Senator Jrt i1 +J whAthen9sOf the nomi 1 i t by the Reb1icans olG T ft Jtrvii of Tajlor county for J tfek EteBttoriil jdistrictl was first 4f b ard everybody was asking r ruWbo is Jrvii and no one w1to answesr No one in f iiii co ntj nad heard of him i Azi hc all unmindful oftthe 1 1 1i iiiiipeBSle jtu diBcharginjg jurv rlMrvloCeiu Judge TlitirmanV JtfcJurt it CampbeUsvUle and tot jiK Bothing true those er Taylor oDuntj delegates had r tl ai tiTiy knew him and saj Jiti Tp fears but that ht- iro ld make himself known tot f7 terj wan in the district before r the ctsipftiRii ended ForJtrvis tho cli a farmer is something ofahBtiTer Whats more hes r i a iBixer and knows how to meet p eqplf When he was a boy np1 f i ia KnoW counfcyj iu had been a part of hs training to stump the 4 aoitain counties inetery cam paa Then too he haii been i ttqaled at Union Mliege If00 l Methodist institution of Itariiig where they make ita- rfr practice of developing the noble lcar of exhortirig with the worthy aiii odl overing some un r ksown Wesleyl Jaivtcwith the tberjhadt hfsjshare of this4 So ae can say what he thinks iL and the man that cando this 4bu a reedy means of making Jdnweif known Some farmers I ia1i1O make habit of keeping Ji I30tld rbn current state legisla t tt They and the Ja yers are doCf Wfr one its a profession with d t rti mber 1tSa protection The ignoApCBJ s t aaxt Chats one reason why a jJ farmer makes a good legislator iFJleh 16tt SfLalwctis the shoe t ij pial y apret y pcod Judge vdciiisJ fifit Ja1iskrostedand t lb1M sjnpaiheic audiences Ji W1 hetalksto farm rs an other way of making himself r1okOOWD 3 Jris mounSy Ihtis The mountain counties t arii inally calledr the Illiterate I Jt equities and tb yareThpy rt ir charged with producing the d inajority of the States criminals4 2 7and they confers to more than their snare Educated mountain 1i 1i ln believe that the hope of the iepuatams is in education and fty tiie iBdustnal deyelopment that t Ifill follow They are natural Jy l EO e deeply injreedin educa tipaL matters Bpth parties hate nominated mountain men 5 f r tbs position of S pet 11ten g fit of Public Instruction Iiisi tIl surprise that Jarvis is in fttr formeof educational needs 4 t i TiH5plankof his partys plat fjr for fll on this queation is one of btnottj i He was asked for his position f y o the qoesliofliof temperance 4aiwerj SLj was born aiwl teared in a county where l jlalpdas were blTredJ I have alJ o5 k wy1 Iwed in counties Knpx saloonsjto JJjCermotber faughtm ri twoolt be Lntruo to her 4o4ve that tften Jim ont t iM af1fJt YSo- 4ItthLd al hay 1kM Jl1ght jbaM aMr waiPJQblbQ tioo and bve tji bifeve4 that the PloP rt1 rights Qf the men engaged in the buBiness pf 7 wff r THB NEWSLE DER i c th Ai Ati I for sale privately my farm situated three miles north of SpringfieldI i IIhave tt 1 containingII I 350 ACRE S i l y I tt y JJ i Jibest improved farm in the uhtyAsplendidldweIHng two good to bace o barns IIThe stockj barn spjendid outbuildings It iisjihe best watered and fenced farm in the All in grass except 50 acres r Jd Will sell on Reasonable Terms 1 j- Jr io lUTHERABURNSJ5 milking whiSkey should receive jjust consideration in any Prp posedjegislatian1 Most of the mountain counties have had no saloons for years tyet there are fewer votes cast iin those coun ties for the prohibition ticket thanni the cduntiejs of any other ssection of the State Personal Mr Jarvis isrr man of good address He is yiet a young man beinjg 38 years ojf age He isactiye nemberof th Methodist church and Superi ttendent of the Sunday School of his church His only previous experience iin politics as an applicant for office wajs in Suprlmar iin Knox county for the R publi ban nominaton for county schtio sUperintendent lis opnonen iin this racewas Ualeb POW f and Powers won by araajorit of 105 out of 2300 otes cast H and and Powers stumped thI county in jjointi deb ite He has the note and cbiof min that is not asHy beaten Andwe believe ohathe- be known before his campaign is over Heiis th type of tnai Kentucky needs in the regeneration ot her public a fairs fleJ be known alright Theres a reason ft r that ach iii your back right whe e it stitches ever time you ben over tun acduud or walk any distance Its your kidneys Take DeWitt s Kid nejr and Bladder Pill They are tin edualed ror ackhchei weak kidney andinflamation of the bladder A weaki8 treatment 2Sc Sold by lh Redeross Drug Store jooTatliam Springs At present the peopl are aljl so very busy going to meeun thatthee is very little time fot news Weare having a gre thema5agement I 38i Sizes 30 to Thei Standard Prices 15 to 30 I toBuyI Stein Young Men9 Clothes GETthoroughly gdodsuit ay1820or25foritandyouU more contented young man ill season than if you had two suitafof the ordmaryldnd Xoull find the tailoring quality arid style in these suits the lasting good shape and Wear that pays you in the price you can have themjfor and the satisfactioJn lify give JG JfreIe i pght i atEJedierrnerLt IwM aJHe TThe tNCORPOXATEDt RobertsoiGlaybrooke Co1 j viUeand our pastor Rev Halchelt of this place There was a great crowd at church here Sunday The church wouldnt nean seat the people Weare sorry to report 1ylr1 Silas Armstrong very low at thiswriting j Mr Jessie M Kays wife and Illii visItirg and aroujid here Mr Kays is a grandson of Mr Thpmas Roy alty of Ashbrook and a nephew of John and Seaf Royalty of this place This is his first visit to Kentucky having moved from here when an infant Mr Henry Vandivier and wife are visiting relatives here Mr Will Qxeris lost a valua ble horse last Saturday Mr Charley Ruby wile and little son lVillard of Bloomfield visited relatives here Sunday taAtheir tobacco but more around fearIaway longer than peopl are prophesying that the frost will cut a great deal before it gets ripe 0ll1lli in ite CanaZml The high wages paid make iit a migbty temptation to our young artisansvtti join the lorce of L skilled workmen needed to construct the Manama Canal Many are restrained however by the fearof fever and malaria ItIR the knowing onej those who have usedElectric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe from malarious influence with Electic Biters on hand Cures blo id poison too billiousness weau ness and a stomach liviir andl kidney troubles Guaranteed l by Haydon Robertson drug gI 1 50c 7 Forest VieW r MiwiiIsejecrnnfand 6har charmingyoung 0the Misses M Elroys called o nS us at our quiet home a few days since and enabled us to spend quite a pleasant lime We are always glad to have visitors from that gopd old town There were ten or twelve fron this Neighborhood went1 1VeJearbut all houflij we inquired off several weqould not learn ths names of the young ladies Last Sundav evening quite a lonesome time as all theM boys went to a game of bal somewhere ufearRoretta ScannelreturJredhJme with her uncle Thom s Medley at this place Mr lonwell is building a new residence at the place known as thePeter Brown place HpwJ This We offer one hdrdred dollars thatI it1caliioteCure F Cheney CojToledo O We the undersigned have kuown F J Cheney for the last 15 year ane belieVe him perfectly honorable ill ah business transactfoiis ani fifaan 1ItaHcnsWalding Kinnan A Wholesale D g Marvinjjj Halls Catarrh Cure is nally acting directly upon the blood and taucous surfaces of tac syateiB Testiuiolniars sent free Price 75c CrIiggistsirakboh 0stipation r M U 0 j questioning s 8 Chough tour nontensical non sense was never missed when so many talenSed correspond aprobblythatpausest J r9stfulness S j llML O Iour 101ay101 iinteresiing sermon at tire Chris ttian church here Sunday morn iing and evening In the after noon he preached at Valley Hill Mr Neale Bodine and wife were guests of friends in Spr inrfi tileldI Mr John Virgin and wife v NistedT tthosMisses Tavie and Nora Goodv llett Bessie Druery 2of Hardesty and visitor Miss Royalty 01st Springfield accompanied by Messrs Clyde Goatley of valIlley Hill and Briggs church at New Hope Sunday Miss OJive and brother pWilla 0ndtended the Association at New Salem on Wednesday and Thurs d tat werheguestsruder during the intermission Misses Mary Wakefield lindl Beulah Ainold have enteredI schooll at SprIngfield MisiWakefieldbowever a 9WaccountMaster Allin Pottnper o OtWashingtonof his grandparents Mr arid Mrs D H Huston Mrs Ilje Wright and daugh ter Miss Elizabeth of Bloom field are the guts of Mr Kate Shewmaker y Misses Doylye and Lydia Virgin entertained the following at dinner Sunday Lora and iArclaiii Gray Messrs ViiIl Vandyke RufosGomt1ettland t HusIwere Sprihg field Sunday Mrs Susan Stiles has return ed hom after a pjeasant visit to Mrs Lizzie Piles and Mr Prfmer Goatley of Valey Hill Mr Sherman Clqvd and wife of Harrodsburg were rec iit guests of the latters parent Mr and Mrs E E Wakefield tj FRIZZLE HEAD Cures t Iood kin Diseases C ccr Grcaicst Blood Purifier Free If your blood jis Impure thin dis yhtveoU jf eating sores scrofulaeczema itchingl risings and humps scabby pimply kin bone pains catarrh rheunia tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B BC Soon all sores heal aches and pains 1stop and the blood is made pure and perfF t Uis especially advised fqr chronic deepseated cases as it cures after ly4sThorn Hill Mr4 T R Begley and sons Willie aud Warren also Mr Tom Lawrence spent Sunday in Lebanon Misses May and Della brother Will also Mibs anSv wfretheguests MeIC Sunday Mr Lap Haydon and family were the guests of his parents Mr and Mrs BF Jay don mghISunday 0j II ter Jennie haye returned from yti Uiave been on atcount cfr their health Mr and Mrs Jim Ardersoa i spent Sunday wnh Mr Henry Whitemah arid famitvr We ire sorry lo learn Sir TSd tvpUoidfeverMiss Sadie Fen wick s 3nt laIvkejcwith Mrs H S Liijsoy lMIJ and Mrs Brace Yastc spentyoanday with Mr rid Mrs llarker FORGETMEtfOT The Touc6 That Hcjfs f iIs the tpuoh of Buckleri Arnica Sale Its the otnbina healrIiugr iulcerl is4 this Salve yill cure it For burns scalds but wounds or piles its an absolute cure Guarantsed by Haydon It jbiI ertson druggsts 25ot J t goGall0gr STAT OF KENTUCKY V v peCountyJ August term of the Vashington bacouhtyThis day came G W Grigsby and ed a petitionsigned twenty legal voters of MOoresville voting precinct o 3 of Washington county Ken ick and moved the court to holeItoan election atj the next egujar No ember election 1007 to take the f v 4oteItfIlargHon will open the polls and hz- lacd on their ballots whether or not toc1 shall be allowed to rim at lurge on the public highways in said precinct boCopyAttest In compliance with the above order l given from the Washington CountyI Court I hereby notify the oters ol M ffooresvillet iington cpunty Ky that the polls will be opened on the next regular i Noi ember Election day 1907 for jthe fpuj pose of voting in said precinct as to Jiether or not stock shall run at lIarj e on the public highway in said Mb re3vilfe precinctNo 2MJ S Osboume SW C FOR SALEf I will unless sold privately on i Saturday September 28a toITefor sale to the highest bid der the house and lot on Leba non Street known as the Lead man Home An opportunity tto but a nice home cheap Good stable and grass lot for cow and horse Will gladly show pros prctive buyers through house partlcutl ttV 1 TER E LEACHMAN J845t Springfield Ky aI4calthy11Hies from the blood and unless they do this good health is impossible Folcy Kiduey Cure makes sound kitffaeys and will positively euro all forms 6f kinney andbladdcr dueases It strengthens the whole system Solfl by the Red Cross Drug Store OWL TOLLS CHURCH BELL 9iJBird Gives Bloomfield N JtCom bined Fire and Ghost Scare TJie bell In the tower ot the little Methodist church at Bloomtleld N L used as n lire tocsin boomed alarm after alarm across the quiet country eiirly on n recent ifioniing Scores of residents turned out many of the men with buckets and axes ta help the local department face the dreaded tires But no red glares showed In the sky mill they to uullt1IO cliiirch locked just as 1Sexton Hurry Van Ness left It Sunday night nnlXessbell Ile refused to enter the tower The bell kept on tolling WOre Ore alarms There was n call tot volunteers Brave Giles VancIUper Stepped from the ranks and unlocked the door Whos rlngln that bcllV demanded VniiRIper Declar yourself before conic after you Wliooooo cnme the mocking answer lu u tone like n slum In n for Backed up by a score Van Riper climbed aloft Ding doiig ding doug conthujcd the hell Then there was a Hash of white Into Van Ulpers face and something cut across his flesh like tile bony fingers of a skeleton lie uud1 the valiant twenty plied downsIn n panic l Outside they waited until dawn wht nItlie spirit should go back to Its baling place Just as the sun rose the lasthpeal sounded Cautiously they runsccendetl the steps and there dead as a touud1rrbarf caught fast In the bell rope when It Hew Into the tower after a pigeon The owls struggles to escape causedn the bell to ring It died of exhnusUona Majesty Sly wife adores the majesty of the Alps whereat I file majesty of the ocean sald Pfelt And your daughter inquired a tylcnd Oh she just adores majesty by e1f2LusthgeBI tter ItII De Vitt8 Little Rarly Risers are aliilJfTheyarethat do not gripe or sicken Soldtyby 1hc Rf d Cross Drug Store List of FaFIUST FORSALEB- VMcElroy Wharton TSPR1NGF1ELb mleSgood barn well fenced Price 20I0 No 203 Farm 100 acres good land 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike all good land well fenced and watered Price 50 per acre f No 204 Farm iCO acres situated 5 gooddwellinggrassPriceNo 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 miles west of Springfield good dwell tobaccolan206 187acrefarm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 barns well fenced and watered Price 3700 207 52acre farm located 1 12 mis southwest of Springfield Good dwell outhuildingsImprovements repair Price 5000 208 12 90acre farm 4 l2jmls from Springfield all good land Sixroom dwelling stpck and tobacco barn wire fenced AU the laud in a high stateof cultivation and lies well PricerS60 per acre 208 100acre farm 3 12 miles from Springfield small dwelling house and od barn wire fenced and mostly in ass Price 32000 rWi11isbnrgiKylie s weUMostly in grass Price 810 r acre 210 108acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house and rn well fenced and watered Near ilway station Price 3500 212 100acre farm located 7 houseSfrom Springfield Good small and barn SO acres in bluegrass Price 1500 213 380acre farm 212 miles from wn All lies well and is good land Good improvements of every kindI fine woodland around dwelling Price 0 per acre 214 200acre farm four tidies fromI Springfield Good improvements 1and- allUesl well Price 65 per acre 215 I03racre farm located 9 miles northeast of Springfield 35 acre of tobacco land two barns 30 per acre 218 210acre farm near Mackville mostlyittgrass219 140acre farm 40 acrescreek ttom All upland new land Small and good tObacco barn Prlc 45 per acre 220 100acre farm located 8 miles east of Springfield Small house and good barn Paice 2600 221 191acre farm located 6 miles orth of Springfield All lies well good improvements 35 per acre 222 125acre farm all In grass good improvements of every kind Price 50 per acre 223 130acre farm 6 miles west of Springfield all good land good dwelling house and barns 60 per acre 224 100acre farm located near ackville Ky Good dwelling two barns Price 3000 225 140acre farm located 4 12 mis rom Springfield All good land lying ell Good house and barn and well Price 45 pracre 226j 1350acre farm 10c ted3miIes south of Springfield Good improve merits of every kind Price right 227 200acre farm 3 miles from Good house nd barn and ll other outbuildings Land aU lies well is undergood fence and Is in the best of shape It is a good place and isi a desirable home 50 per acre tRAMPSIHappy Hooligans Have to Be Dragged PrisonltTwo trnnip from the east recentlyi spent the night Imprisoned In a vat of nsphnlt n jhe plant of the Bltullthle Paving comp or In Decatur They arrived in that city on n Wabash train and ttp escap ftrirest niade a dash for h lter They chose the Bltullthic plant nd entered by nn open window letting tthemselves down In the dark Imme Id lately they began tto sink One ot the men giving his nnirie as Andrew McGuire of Lowell Mass landed feett ffirst while tho other William Pennl trill of New York city struck on his back at ai angle of fortyfive degrees The sticky asphalt sucked them In llike quicksand They were upable to ibelp themselves or eaph other They THEY SnOUTKD LvRSIJOAnsp nttractIbottom and they knew tbnt at least their lives were saved The asphalt sew was around McGulres knees while reunlwlll who went In aslant ad It around huts ears and had diffi ults In keeping bis bend above the sur dace Early In the morning they at roeted nttentlonnyd were rescued The two men were pried and cutout Their clothes remained In the vat When they were released theylmmedl DcenturTbeyal Lunatic Sends Postals to Keeper Louis C Bath nn insane patient who escape from the Mlddletown N Y State hospital on Juty 31 was captured akenIItendants at the hospital began to re elve souvenir postcards from him frona various places bUt le always Jeft Ira mediately after milling a card an4Inot be located unWthe other day = r The Big Show Comin F 2f hiJtRailroadEivtlion Oll Nights in a arI room VCrC a f 7 Under a big water proof Tent fitted up in Grand OperaHoiisy e 1 Will exhibit at SPRINGFIELD I t SaturdayS September 21st at 8 pm This Company carries 30 people A carload of 1tl Special Scenery awith Calcium and colored fire effects One of the best Bandsa Superb iitrOrchestra of 10 pieces and a Megaphone Quartette The only Camp sty i1 traveling that makes a Specialty of this Grand Old Temperance Play and i ff7f has no connection with any other attractions Nothing Cheap butthe Bri ea Ff Admission 15c and 25c iT Come and Brinj tie Entire Family e tJProf Holly Rossmyers Military Band will grive two popular Concerteat i ti f n ootiand 7ipm Dont fail toiiear LITfLE MAKGlfeaiTEv the cSiki actress as Mary Motgani She has no equal t1 s Remember The Date i Saturday9 September 21st C i v dJ rPUBLIOSALE1Live rc I4 1 I Tuesday Setk 24 1907 11- AT At f IOCLOGK PM I L tTo dissolve partnership business we wiH on the f premises 5 miles north of Springfield 2niLes df Valley Hill on Beechland and Valley HiUtunapike 1offer licaale to the highest bidder the fottowinf live t8 food work and brood mares 2 geldings j jr f lIi 1 yearling fUly by Chestnut Daie j1 1infiHy 7 rl tI 10 good mare mule coltsI f i 1aIllOyearlinr 1 r 70 extra good stock ewes f T f4 lows and pstd 5 sows due to pig within aJew day 1 thoroughbred Duroc Boar 50 stock hogs TERMS OF SALEAllIUlUundr2Clcas Qm 20 note with approved security payable ia eitiW bank six months after date with interest from cUU Willalc 111 I 3tirrnsI L Derringer Montgomery j-T = j PARISI GREEN BrandII I I L I IHaydonI L CORDRUTJr ForRcnt 0 I Thet yo sty frtmt dwilUifr on WesiMain Street known si the Casly pfoptriy and 1sjIoccupitl bjrt Wt Iy McOiilii- i l ppljr to febn W twlr Alte li J1T 1 n Tke WOP to get dciota col4vet Ibad coldor J tk Irit Kef 1uoseMtthe bowels Nearly all cos- uectalIy r this ttist cotaJa plwji are eoMIpetla ea4j tntire Coik Sy1p otat ms r zad lets Jftt1j ath qpe tiPteasSiik to take Sold Lrtht FtJ Crow Drug Store r DiJ1i BURTON IISDENT DENTT- ThEII EXTIAcTED PAIN Block p iElnl DsstI Wotk 8tict1y Fttptclass 11L bR J C 4I UDVP- lad ii l oun8bo1 1to pm- II t jLamptonMD OfAcebi Overt N tsf If jfOft fIIteHMoei V M si N 3 iwIIATTONEYATLW 0S rS314k 19lULDJtJ S p on JL wEYrn- bRtBARDS HYATT npiciuiu SireojsS Qc Ipft C W Han gro 1 ryrPreibyterian cbreh Dr W W Rayk t L PIflSKIMAIIDSUtGE0 Dii Wet HaYdoa fRobert as Drug jStpr Pboeisl OMe 115orEvidence 172s i p JWlN WAVES fUIE11l uIKECTOR l AIOLICEISEOEMBPEBR r g ETELEP1IQNEt eDAYII9 NIQHT74I 1NllhIPIELBfl Jtalrpd Schedule ii yplioiiin J is the timetscnedUh 4ow iin effect on the Bardstowi 1adSprhIgtleld branch railroad No4tLeayes Louisville at 430 p M 3 rdstown Junct olE i2pmiB rdstqn 606 pm arFiYei it tSpKiif held 705 pm 1fi No 42Leevee Springfield it i20 i Bardtown 607 m- Bari U6vfrB Junction 650amIiwrriTM at Lomisyille 740 amtt1fo 4S Leayes Louisville at aJIltBardto1fin Junction 810 am i Bfcrdstpw 1100 am t arrifwi tt Springfield J 128O p m No4Leavei Springfield a 100 pp 8ar4toWn 220 pm t BtNlstbwri lunotion 435 pms irriei atLouizville Ci45 pm Ko g Sundays thlyLeave gfciaKfi ld at t15 am Bards bows 9am Bards wn Junctiont f 14M arrivei at Louisville ij L1R ii Ko 91 Sundays onlyLeave- seLoaSville at 6pm Bardstown LJmik5tioiir645 pm t Bards towii j Tibpic arrives at Springfield y 1Ii r I KILL TM COUCH wCUREThELUNCS S wfrHDr Kings lew Discovery I jfII c8 Br Trill PKICX11 MLTNIOATANDLUNITMULES WAWTUD ATISPAOTOZI MOKBT RVXDZDtALl t- Jasper on Market J lf aMr Jasper Whallen foz erlyt l jli3 Mr7 J Hi KiarnjB of Leb t j e Kjr ii now associated with Jw L Smith Market Street btWSiIn 3rdasd tbJ Louisyille Ky We cordially inyite olii ltr Ie4i4IS and your friends to call i bji wbtn in the cityancitoI i d las orders for any goodsI ff JCMI yneed L iiuWIM st25 ttC iihIOO tt IfVsJKWM i ifi IA tT rit t 4ci fiiS Weshipto l1points from + 1i ville Houiw or fiom 423 jf 1V at 425 S t tjStreetJ NewiA1 1yIndana il M L Smith f it f 1r h V GrfCv T zrr t r d txi 1 the Mi l tu abilt Al the ei JV HBond r iiii aoeIIo T01N Local Iii Happening of Interest ThcvFre hct and Latest i 1IAIIAbeUtYOUrseliFrlendaI Bruner To SpeakII Dr Ben L a publican nominee for Secretary of State will speak at Wil raeptember2 r iPmwjDforceful campaign orators in t State ana all wishing to hear willdoWanted a good tobacco tenant- ornextseason SRGray Only IQc Buys a full pound of nice candy McElroy Shader t syrupitdertii fiaye for sale two jersey ulls old enough for service W H Leacbmnt The skating rink will be open o Friday night for the sason Thje rink will run one night a week until cooler weather f Red Band Brand candy the- hdthat repeats only 10 and 20 cents per pound McElroy Shader y fWt irili baye the corner full f goods bj the 20th come inanas ee san4 get prices at Carp- liells lJf 1iLEA family mare 8 i years old in foal to Chestnut kre M REED I have for sale a two year old cheappWill Derringer near Valley Hill i We still pay cash for chickens arid eggs Let us have your produce we are not in the trust at Cam bells Another sIilpme t of Red and brand candy just received prices 10 and 20 cents perpoiindJ McElroy Shacler I am ont of saloon business wapt to respectfully ask aqI owing me to come and settle J F Green il Mr and Mrs Walter E Leachmari have rented the new house being erected on Main1 by W TJ McElrbyr Free witr a pound of lOc Red Band Brand candy a nice school bag only one to a customer McElroY Shader You will find something to suit you in If all hats in readytci wears and tailored bats at- Williamsl FOR SAtE300 good stock ewes and 25 good Southdown bucks C LBrady Geo Cccanougber NOTICE I desire to notify the th tlam at the sameold tand and am prepared to serye all kinds of soft drinks JF Greene We are agents for the Mistle oe brand of hams lard And breakfast bacon Nothing better can be had McElroy Shader LosT An umbrella with my name engraved on handle Was from McClure Mayes store Pletse retuin LutfierjA Burns There will be a box partyI given by the ladies of the Pleasant Run Methodist church at the Pleasant Run schoolhouse Saturday night Sept1 i Mr Sam Anderson has rented the house on East Main sfreetI now occupied by Mr Matt lIayes and family and will move his family In from his farm Mr and Mrs Mayes will take board for the present with Mrs SearcyI NOTICE Is hereby iven that the 5 per cent penalty has beenI aaded to all unpaid school tax for 197 which mustbe paid in 60 days from date or a tax war rant will be Issued and placed in the bapds o the Sheriff for colltctioh GCWhrtoI Tre9 J l JdcalTeallfollowing1aM lorP6rre t and Ben Cecil to Ijitt Moo tgomwjtheir farm con OJ uTOPICSt I i irorlBvronOroake toJA Coulter 200 acres near Booker h Mr GT Jarvis of Taylor county the Republican nomiriee1 fore State Senator from this dIS- trict came in yesterday to get acquainted with the voters The Farmers Institute which was announced forye terday did not open on account of the ab se ceof an audience Lectures will be given today provided there are enough farmers in town Miss Myrtle Martin and Mr Randolph Barrick were married Tuejsday at thebomeof the brides parents near Fenwick The bride is a daughter of Mr Uriah Martin and the groom is a Well known young farmer of tne Simms neighborhood Dont dose the stomach tq sopndssHyomei in curing the ors cases of Catarrh proves itsjsenr sible Money back if Hyc5mejj fails Sold by the Red jjrbss Drug Store Danttllewell attended and about 100 Battle pn the market and everything elling very well milk coys in great demand for Sept court mule colts selling brisk from 50 to 110 Several buyers jwere on the market and thee Was a good demand for feeding iules and many changed lands NOTICE There will be a show of mule colts at my place atur urday September 28 at 1 Of clock pm Everyone interested iin mules is invited and a special invitation is extend to Jjtiyers 1 There will be about 80 mules present and forsale f J E SHELBY For Horse Stealing Lige Baker who is call dCA R for short was tried before udge Nqe Tuesday otbecharge of horse stealing Baker whQ isa young negro wfiose mother says is only fourteen butf who looks to be about twenty became attached to a horse be ionginS to Mr Ben West Mr West rode into town on Satur day evening and hitched it on the stre tOn starting for home he found his horse missing Jn the meantime it seemS Baker had been seen riding the horse outthe Jimtown road in the direction of Lebanou He met Mr Charlie Harmon on the road this side of Lebanon and offered to sell the horse for S50Mr Har mon was suspicious of the boy and told him to wait and he would buy tha horse provided he found by telephoning that the boy was the owner Baker failed to tarry however and skipped out as soon as Mr Hat mon had disappeared in the house TIe horse was found tunning loose on the Jimown road on Sunday JLater on Marsh l Grace arrested the negroat his home in Jimtown Oudge Noebeld him over onabohd of 150 to the grand jury The prisoner went to jail i Saxton Glee Club Miss Sue Ray announces in this Issue that she will again have her class on the Mandolin and Guitar a musical feature which addedi quite a gooj deal to the interests of a sffloJl town last year The Saxton Glee Club Concert in April was the best attended event the Opera House has known in along time and the Club will probably be able ip dp even better this year if the same interest and enthu siasm can be developed Those who have ndtthe time opportunity for piano study feej still tbeneedof a little niusicln their lives Nor social occasion iis ever quite so pleasant without itjt nnd the few months timu necessary to a reasonable degree of proficiency on a stringed instrument willsurely never be wasted The Saxton Glee Club was a great success last yearttandthough some of the best of the old members have gone away they learned to do their yrork in a few months time and the new ones can be trained to taketheir places The Guitar is a beauti ful instrument and those who studied last year gave promise l gZJecoming interesting soiits = Simms Clements Announcement is mede of tie approaching marriage of Mi is Robbie Simms and Mr James Clements two cf Springfiehls most popular young peopl The marriage is tojtake place on Tuesday October 8th at J3t Domonic chuich Springfield Miss Sincms is a daughter of Mrs Nannie Simms and is a so cial favorite among a llarge cir cle of acquaintances Mr Clem ents is among the countys most enterprising young farmers and his many friends will congratulate him on his determination to reform and convert hIs country bachelors home near town into a real home to be pt esded oyer by such an attractive young wife Died in Lebanon Mrs Abigale Whayne Ensor an Old lady for a long time aI resiJent of this county but who has been making her hbrneat Lebanon for about three years j dIed at that place on last Satur day Deceased was the widow of the late Jt B Ensor who diea at jhis home in the Mclntire neighborhood about thre years ago Her maiden name was Whayneand she died at the hQme r of herbrother Mr Jack Whayne of Lebanon She was about 70 years ot age bond never had any children Mr J U Ensor of this county is step son t Death of Sidney Green Sidney Green Jr died rather suddenly at about 4 oclock on last Sunday morning at the J home of his sister Mrs JainesC f McErov of paralysis About a month ago he was brought bombjj from Louisville where he hadjj suffered a stroke of paraly3is He improved for a time ancJwas able to get about some About ten days ago however his con ditiori became worse ntij the fi alan l fatal stroke came Sid ney Green Jr was about 30 years of age and a son of the t late Sidney Green one of the countys most influentiall citizen wfio died about two years ago His mother also died about aVtt year ago Posesseq by bright mind and a happy disposition young Green made friends readily and had a wide acquaintance Several years ago he graduated from a- dentalcoIIeg in Louisville and practiced his profession for a time in Texas and later at Pineville Ky Several months ago he went to Louisville and secured aposition with the Old Hjckory Wagon Works whVch place he hela when he was taken sick The deceased is survived i by four sisters and three brothers as follows Mesdames S C Moore of Sherman Tex and Lilly Handy of Dennison Texasand J C McElroy and H Ri Thompson of this place arid Mr C A Green of Spring field Dr James Green of Lon I don Ky and Will Greenof t Dennison Tex sIThe funeral took place from the residence of Mr James C McElroy on Monday afternoon Rev R E C Lawson of the Presbyterian church conducted the services Of Interest to Sunday School Workers Prof E A Fox Gneral Sec retary Kentucky Sunday Schpof Association is to spend Sftptem ber 22d With us in Springfield He desires to meet all Sunday School Workers of the county at i the Presbyterian church iny Springfield 230 pm on this date to confer about important Sunday School mattersht Please let every Sunday School iiin the county be represented Theres is no real pleasure in j1 life when you suffer frt m indi ffestion Easiest thing in the world to cure it if you use Mio na stomach tablets Fifty cents at the Cross Drug Store RfdI v Pay Your Taxes NowpJ You can saVe money and trouble by pajlng your Stale and county taxes now Remem ber November lst is the last day of grace rl Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Wash Co jt General Roler IK Lecti l Was the greatest general the world Ij has ever known Ballards Snowp LinimanVia the prcatesfe Liniment Quickly cures all pains It Is within the reacn of all T H Pointer Hempstead Texas writesCIlbis to is certify that Ballards Snow Liniment has been used in my house hold for years and has been found to be ati excellf ut Liniment for Bheo raaticipain I am never without it s Soil by the Red Cross fling Store iUWIWWMeie Jl I tt Butcher ShopReOpened CarpenIterold stand and am prepared to furnish all kinds of meats at reasonable prices I ask a share of the patronage of the public Respectfully DELLA CARPENTER FERQONAU Mr F M Martin and family are attending the StaeFair Dr Jack Daigherty and wife of Bardslown visited at the home of Mrs John Kelly thefirst of the week Dr James Green of London attended the funeral bf his brother here Monday Mrs WM Young and son Robert Lee are visiting in Daviess county Mr WH Bill of Jeanette La visited Miss Elizabeth Leachma l here last week I M rsJ B KoBard sand mother frs Buster who have bean atIIj atham Springs have kane to Harrodsburg a Miss fsa CalVin of Pairfield is at her brOthers for the school ttrm Miss Louise Haydon has gone to Memphis to attend school iMiss Elizabeth Leach man and I Mr W H Hill visited Miss Julia Cooper in Lebanon the first of the week Rev R E 0 Lawsonand W FNeiklrk are attending a meet ing ofthe Transylvania Presby tery at Middlesboro this week t Wallace Duncan has gone to Lexington to take a course in electrical engineering at State College Miss May Booker after an extended visit to relatives at this place has returned to her home at Little Rock Ark Mrs BJ D Rodman Qr Shel byville liiis heie visiting tier sister Mjrs I H Thnrman Mr anji Mrs S H Bishop ura on a visit to friends in ludi anapolis and Louisville Misr Susie Penn is visiting relatives in Harrison county Miss AdaJXeccius of Louis ville is the gjiest of Miss Ethel Searcyj l Mrs Luther A Burns Is quite l sick at her home near town Mr JAJ3oulw are is attend mg the Bankers Convention in Louisville this week Miss Annie Nally visited her aunt Mrs John A Smith iu Lebanonlast Week J l Misses Ellen Gregory and Mae Bell Bibbs left Tuesday for Harrodsburg where they will at end Beaumont ColIeget S M Campbell is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week I buying goods for Campbells grocery Misses MarvLee and Robbie Simms and Mr Burt Blanford went to Louisvilel yesterdayjj Mr T W Simms is in Louis villa this week l Messrs Forest Cecil and Lenh nie Mclntire have r tuaned to Uniontown af er a visit to relhatiyes in the county Mr Zack Craw who has been living in Illinois for several ears is here looking for a farm Mr Simpson Roberts lelt last i week for Russell county wheretJ e will superintend the building of a turnpike road c MrJand Mrs1 C Wathen have returned to their home at s Curabell Fla after a visit to relatives here Mr Ben Waterswas in Lebanon Tuesday v Mr Will Robertson went toe Bloomfield last Frid yand witchedlorsville against Bloo fieldf1 Mandolin and Guitar Class TAUGHT BY t StJB W RAT 1 Beginning First Week in Qctob- ererms2 per month Every pupili o have full benefit of Club practices in thJB Saxton Glee Club free Two ublic concerts during tbeyear with contest for Gold Medal at the end Of jis the termmWill also teach beginners on the Violin Class joom at my home on Main Street Phone 172 The cheapest and best chance you wilt probably ever have to learn tl something about music and to leaVn 1 an Instrument that Will always be all pJeCUjure in5a few months time Begin at once ad get the benefit ofw this lrcr 1 Cht w9rkt p ThJre7itdin f31onTT fields victor but it lyasnnt Willies fault because tbere was not a catcher on the grounds that could hold down his curves MrCl McGill of Lebanon was in town one day llast week If Mr 0L Price was in Bards towji one day last week on busi ness Mr John WycoffofMackyiueS spent Tuesday in town f Messrs E S Mayes Jijk Chas T 1Tenceting tour SMr and Mrs George McBride of Louisville are visiting at he- M L Searcy home Miss Annie Mayes left yester day to accompany Mrand Mrs N L Curry of Harrodsburg on aj trip to Washington City Jamestown and other points east Mrs Maud Hughes who has been visiting relativesl in the j 1at1 cepted a position with the First National Bank p rllMro and Mrs Prank Noe have returned from a visiito Western Kentucky The following Masons of this place attended the dedication of the Masonic temple at Lebonon Tuesday M L Searcy REFoster W H McElri y T I McElroy N G Marks RM Gruudy Rob Marks Luther Burns J Rogers Gore W B Spears and others Postmaster W A Waters went tp Louisville yesterday to attend the post masters conven tionand to take in the Stat Pair Mr Wathen Simms was in Bardstown Sunday Dr J H Lamptbn spent Mon day in Louisyille I Mr James Graves has ire turned to Louisville after a shurt stay with relatives here T Scott Mayes and family an visiting friends in Louisville and attending the fairs Misses Nell Greene Eva and Lizzie Cooper and Mr Willie Greene spent Mondayin Lebi non Mr HamiltcTn Roberison iIF visiting friends in Louisville Mr Wdodson Moss of Win Chester spent a day or two here last week I Messrs Shaker Robertson and 1 Will Russell Were in Lebanon 1 Tuesday t Misses Eva and Lizze Coopei have returned to their home in Washington Ind after spend ing the summer with relatives 4 here Lost and Foudd 3 Lost between 930 pm yes terday and noon todey abilious attack with nausea and sick headache This loss was occa sinned by finding at Haydon Robertsons drug store a box Qf4 Dr Life Pills the guaranteed cure for biliousness malaria and 1 jaundice 25c Dont Be Too Thoughtful S tSome people are often accused of be Ing thoughtless but better that should nppen sometimes thnn always lLng regarded as too thoughtful The habit f tblnl too item Iihasthe Whether bottom It wits best to fulureaiihand or a language dividual for seven months He could not make up his wind as to which he would derive the most advantage from He might have learned any one of- hose accomplishments In the time be took to think about It = This Is the case with lmany people and Fortune has an awkward habit of rushing the too thoughtful just as much as the thoughtless London An wers What Is Sound7 and The natural question What Is sound opens up a world of mystery and of delight to those that like that f pribrationsar to receive them makes a noise time An alarm clock In sphirgrti oise There mustJbe air or there is no and tbp must be an car to the carry the vibrations to the brain or so there Is no noise Delineator pect Hit Harder Woman is Qonsidered the tveakei yetwcm tot d And yet she continued man is time ofiemade 1 and Be rich in patience if thou in goods paljepoorflunbar t per An Ounce oor EctTi tJ tin vchile worth4a pound of cure TiCtare ch- anyioor sufferers Com u itivea who are hopeless of gettirig well WhOi if they had taken care of lcm selves would be well A cough is 1t6a BallardsHbr hound Syrup will cure LdontasaLT 33 lards Horelioua SjrrHp IB my family Jor years iyichil4rek sever sizerAr J ith cug i lilt the fled Cro ruJt9f J4 I I Ladies r Shirt Waists I 11 At cO Sttjj fj We are offering our entire stock of LADIE5 s SHIRT WAISTS oAT COST This is your chAiabC p to get an unusual bargain They will be worn at wnteS I E New Suits Skirts and Cloaks I are now being received YTB I will do well to niaKe your se I IectionserIya iI Just Received Nice assortment of Black Silk ad S tMi Petticoats 1rNew Drew Goods and Silks New Outings and Ginfluum Fall Sty New Underwear Hotiery and GIo t r YO1 We are rec vinf new FALL aad I GOODS daily and invite your intpoctio WII IIThe RobertsonClaybrQokeCo I 1 p INCORPORATED I UiI I I ISIJ1LII i I We Must Have Rooi ii tJr ISIn order to make room for FALL GOODS we wiU close nut ail SUMMERGOODSat p JSrA Great Sacritee For Cash 1 It Ladies Shirt Waists Skirts MuSliniJ I Wear Lawns and pther Summer 1iiGoods at greatly Reduced Prices 1 JIIIJ F Ladies Oxfords IJ I IittIIan1WHlTESHOESArCOST Men Summer Clothing at ad Bow Cost MNs i v Oxfords and other SumaacWsr fp MwL J t r 4 GRllNDY MiHTlE 1t u Te Mush ti xpiM- amp Meeting Joho AlloH the ffraa4 father of Mme Nordlca was fer mimy1 years a picturesque figure anoac 1M Methodist ministers In lie state of Maine He was a good dttt of a wag his utterances were much nppre elated by both saint and sinner At onetime having gone to Lewiston to attend a quarterly meeting he was ap eached in the street by several young n who were evidently out for a good Camp Sleeting Join wild the okesman who was the devils ndmotlieri The devils grandmother replied old nina In the quick sharp tOM characteristic of bls speech tha devll9 grandmother how do you Ex me to keep your family record Cleveland Leader Peanut Meal IrMMl Peanut meal has been for a toaff a Rtiiple article In the dietary the poor classes In Spain Bread from pure peanut meal is Hgfct porous but it Is said to b atable because of a perslateHt ppi- ke tate Rye bread coM Wic H cent of peanut meal caaMtl guished fc from ordinary rye Wd far more nutritloai 5Shii Milk eese Is the only ordlMtf IMU tft t comparable to arnteI IJ m ceatie et itreS14s astlirA- l4Mlho iMtee Ia c14W7 wIlSSaWSI Wa- hape thlsg is set a CboeM the cleyseest slt a Eu- slfis Bi 4 fetfL f Issi teftllOttft K it bw 14t aH S a W nS A A FiliiMiHi Ab k ae1i Esssdbl a eiaiat- wirets ka bad vtaama a4MMid 1Delt bsea pMts that Vk4 t WM atee whie aij pjnlbe14 to grew Miter aad MM- Wddiar t I HMltod io 1IIf I kave mutlerM bo MyJW tPfeUcltotMi Ml s aa tMt tlMl the iait NY ws epiaked t tM etMIftIe t stIng the boys puthtt ni to f h siaceestouss rrTty tlits s i i +than It Ii04YCML r Aiwt thsessps lip i dowaward fipkiMi tbs J t atMtrnvmrtd tWIIIIMiIe i i lafraM tatM lil lilt tt IIItlM JNMt 9t my tftmmnj- aVe U 1 her tkUcate huid vWv tOV ciOace whWe 1a a forlc tiSDswfy oeslse4 lb bsayM tfif1Mli i wtkwastrutwaso4yt at tit tfaMs either ttJIittt bstsktWmMir tWo M weal tS tse was s aM- Si samd tMt a g wbk W Na iw14 fJttM g Ist N1- aa4 4empM tf k s 1ta111ul JtD =1JfJir- kMil 714 7 Pei fStzt a a J I7 illC5ST 1t =L Mi auswrrr r 7 r f w r OEMORM 0 PAPER S tIts Firs tiRs i Ilr r c f4l L ii j 1 tr 1 DenKHjr0 primkry for tt illJoYe Ilt year the lii ltaliilboitor taH ch ttemocrat Is pBiJwimrtiit tk1fo1Iowfg roug j1ottw octUc aci1ne lf ty Ths toct that lessni d Bokhara iron in that prr f r7 doss at kM go the force nor 4 4 I tkM tntifilMMioC k charges made f tW Jipttitor II they were true lmt ttMJr Mrt We submit the nMtid ts the totersbf the ththey may now what a Dem- to w GlbraIJar ot y I taH Dem at1ct- J 1rf Its MflBeers Messrs aru1rbi ti HNi4rv AM bear in tiit te ciarges wire not fclJia Hepiibiteaa ad thin a few r idu liu B0i jBfk least changed h rd J=Il Pig1t IIs Ts pTiiiiMt ompalgn is riot merely ai iilitikwW tlljgI4fl out5 ts ekIi orgasm woul4 have trio rEtieT f K k 18ltfc teOpletotUslodge ih Tiart fort MachINe a welt organ 4 4 1et politicians banded togeth fIitir P pitrpoe of cpntrollihg all tW ss tku tteana filling thik idos pokketsfrom the stzite- t Aaiffctt a APt 1at lao much I p t port to tie people jthan they IIpf4t realize because ma htoc StttfM to Kentucky as applied lit tlMffftote ir comparatively a reV f 4et1 tiiiriailt k bard for the pen ijte toiijftrstam4 1ts many evils arid tiM KMt to ef attendingl is perpet sJ4aReSIlNkf teoiltici It is practical politics I i iv i l qrfce great lt graft to tte MBAliwt BIir the motjo 6r tiM iSVhlBTi pojlticlaiu Statesman iWy SiA patriotism are completelyl ellAied from his creed The pea JIM all dumbdriyen cattle to t MM jJNtiittilag neither private nor It f Hum jiihte which he Is bound to t ShMf fMti beyorii the jBaBS they tiUhr4 tot gratIfying his fedCo j fralt hiit for power excite nolo UrMtvlK M unconscionable sojiL I TW Iraakfort machine is modern II riT JfMtpcct The most 4p to tkte apfiliavces for extracting money frt pofle pockets and fooling ttwateto the belief that they are be 4tig Mbe4 for Iheir ajyi good are M iired Scientific everts who kJt0jtal1 the ins and out of machine eNttei are IBCkalge amJ nothing tMt will bring shes iinto the ands WOijb ffi ehiB ofTfefease Its power for piwiMrtuation ifrhelng neglected She machine which Beet a x4 r ic Co built and for which iUYle king a new lease Of life I f It UM already cost the state untptaf HM wm4c in extravagance and mis t fcMMkc itnd what it las cost fa 4ic e bttel1e to what it will cost Wiiaud Is power TWii k ffce Mchlacu3 Uch lhe pen jJ4Sae fighling and which they wouldIII we4p from the face of the tJHJJcoiikl realize halt of its pt ttenJJ This ii Ute machine which Btdchaii ao4 Hager are expecting to pt iemi jt Oera d give one six a 43te other four years more af the yb4 crib TlU JIi tme machine which started XMif to b iUd ar state capitol for eight hMB4reil thousand dollars and asked tlHtJjt lefklMurel for twp millions ber 4 completedII 60 Mt Ifor capitol plans when they were offered plans by a reputable architect Jwt1JOOU and tQIs same architect Hfer H W give a bond to build the cap lLt1for 1825000 I afW the machine tl1d24 ttIM for printing when imdeeicontract lit should not have cost 4 Xf12ntC4 thesame machlne thtpIdI12TMO for extra attorneys fees to tkik pets in three years IiI4l11 the machine that lowered iterate of taxationt 24 cents on the krd and raised the value of prop tHyliper oeafdmiikirir th tax much kir than b fre i jli toth mcjiin that hataxed- evecytkliig in sight and levied back t fU1t1t might have money to i ptIti wasteful and extravagant Mketieec a TJililS the machine that put tfie 4 ftritablc institutions in the hands of r rey Haiy a Frankfort politician wfcb learned statesmanship in fatheir saloon blfllgtbe machine under whose iaw gemerit brutalities have been n riklced at the Lexington asyjum l tnt have resulted in the death of one a j tfent and jierhaps mofe f Thisl is the maeblne that comes up- yaiu4 whitewashes all such deviltry for fear it might hurt the admlnlstra itlpii and get soriie of Its pets in prison rt This 4sthO machine that maks poor I attndir1s1n the asylums pay e toliftifiMTi it1i ckhamfg campaign c- xftuIei1rkkis1iiv the inachin that makes all i iiftea4ahtsr clerks and guards at llielaMntable InstitutIons contribute tetiwcainpaign XPQI1qSot the ma- hl1l4 aaytes or lose their jobs t tiiitle machine that uses the ac3 A e Itbe auditors office and all rt camtt I paidIf o to tnt machine that crpat d now oGlc and iaernased the slarta afoldjprilss fo Qiecxttshtyjf 550000 eriyeartlif i TlifflthomflthifliliatakIlltd s- onbjInded to pay partt s whottimtn nell for Jury pervlctf and not tjsed for the loss of time because It wotfld leave ahO 410000 a year In the peoples aMmuSijpprlv thracbIne of ll1 u ifthis ampant Thite tho ci blneat levied t c4si on th WoJnumst dog that tfcSy nIght have ta eapt the peoples mpoey to handle 2 fA rJxhsJs the machjnn that created the bpar4 of control that Is now paying extravagant prices far suppUws for the charitable Institutions Ithus enriching tielrf fiendskat tbll ejcpense of the state sf A JThls Is the nichir1rat created the office of fire cginnjjisgign for Mott AJyres at a salary of 3500 per year and the ijffice of assistant fire commis sioner tp rrovidc a soft place for Beckham Triplett the governors ni phew at about 2000 per year and the said TtfPtt Ayres has moved his ofllce from Frankfort Ib Louisville whece he Js conducting Sir Hagere campaign while b ihg paid W the fate t do1loUJlngjif r This Is the machine that doublet the number of gUnrdI I at the prisons whl1q lie incse inrode1u s noteverten er cent This Is the machinrt that provided fat offices for all ttll mejntiers dr the liSt legislature who voted for their measures of graft and plunder This iSi the raachlnp iwhlch gave the senator fromf Graves county aj soft job as manager of thiS Confederate Soldiers Home at Powee Valley at ai aalary of hSOO per tear and living expenses for hImselff and faniilyY be cause be betrayed hh donsUtuentB and yoted for its candidate for United States senator asralnat Jo Blackburn This is tho machinoi that pays the editor pf the Lyon County fferald- 7pionth to sit In ah office at the Eddy rllle prson nnd Ittwo papers defending Messrs tTeokpam and Hager- Iri their extravagance iud mismanagement of state affairs ThiS Isth machlnej that buys up papers that fought then in the cam paign three years agb and makes them present the sorr japectacle of having sold their birthright of honor and manhood fEw a mess oft pottage This Is the machine which Messrs Beckhdm and Hager and Percy Haly and iiott Ayres and nil the various sized Ratellltes are asking the peonle to eridot And this Is th e rnac inQ wHich the peppier Intend to now under deep and BtronK at the primary nex- tmonthMayfield Monitor J TBiREPUBLICAN PLATFORM t ct t i I7ire approve ilini po1Ichand commend tilei ability Integrity and courage of Prfisldlnt Roosevelt and Ills admInistration and without cx lresslng a preference for anyCtfmll date fnvqV the seleQtlon by the next ot6pand whq will emergetrcaUy carry them out Inthe tllestfJOfllllhO peopleS z We demand that all elections shall be honestly conducted and de gOVernImwelfare of the people of Kcnl4inky In Inseparably bound JtIlo tho suppros sion of all abuses and crimes against amhonfist ha1lQt that have so jmfort 1tndertof thelf rightful hnrHnK reprtisont atlvo gqvernll1rnt The law for registration certificates imppsedjin tlip Kjgja JtJ the Democrat- Ic party for immfjrnT polfOclil Jpiir poses whereby yates in Kontnclty havobcomq pgtjlllr lnstrnxnetijs4 pafesng bV del Ory iisht to bo ro pealed 3 Tile Judiciary of the stafe In both the circultnndhpppltnt icnijjrt8 Should be chosen on nnhpariisan grounds and the c Umianne in oTfice of faUhfnl Judicial piibiip oryrtyaf should be ileterininViT by iih otlitfriiiiiile ification than fitness iThere should be conipfote VnUHc Ity concerning the expenditure of money for political cjimpjiigns nt1I1a law should be pnscod Jirnvirling for an accauutinybycanll1iitpjanil earn paign managers of nil sums of money collected for political phrposfis i 5Ve demand the redistricting of Kentucky In legislative Rpnafnrin- ljcongresslonal and judicial illstrfrts which shall give equal representation and equal voting powpr tto ovory cit izen of Very district In cojifrtnnitVr with the plain requirements sIr Ah Constitution and not as nt prcaeut In flagrant vlofalon thereof ti There should be prompt and em uient enforcement of the criminal laws ofijevery felnd and at nil tithes hut especially at4h1l1nsdo wo cat for the rigid enfprcenient ftl10 law against those forms of crlnws which under the recent administration of jus tice in many cOmmunities have gonepractlcally unjiunished Election thieves gamblers jKioiroom operators anflothers who commit crimes Jn the interest of those controlling the locaf administration of some of ouccltlei and counties should be punished and the nrfes shbqld be so selepiad as to prevent the packing ot juis foe the purpose of securing verdicts In accordance with the wishes of those In whose hands the selection of the Juries Js placed pr underwvhose control und direction they are selected 7 We demand that the CjJokst vouchera and accounts 10f all nmnlcl publicinstitutionswhich a city of the state owns the ma jority interest either directly or through subordinate corporations trus beopqntotlm6s by any citizen and shall be ros Publthedrcexlmlne4uchfrice in stcs3on 1t We km tfh fie man A Hew OHMis woman w thin AIJM iclllOt trcttluf clffl iNXBbiiiiiiml from W f djSb took SCOtt Emulsion R aI- s Ji 1 Ri litJiII II m po nd cUty In AI DWXsu APID4- Aj v lThe Sonq iothef ir I There are four verses Verse 1 Ayers jHajr Vigor stops falling 8 hair Verse 2 Ayers Hairi Vigor makes the hair grQw Velse3 Ayers Hair Vigorl cures dandruff Verse 4 1 Ayers Hair Vigor makes the scalp healthy and keeps it so It is a regular hairrfood tHls s tonderFul II- The best kind of a testimonial i YearstJA Hado by J Ayer Co Lowell Mau- 11Also manoOOturera of 114lers 11PILLS11 eteemosUarYjanti they shall be operated by blpartlsan boards upon iiroper business princi ples and their Situates treated hu inanely 9 We favor the enactment and enforcement of a ynlform local option law with the county as the governing unit i publlcrsand kept entirely out of polities and that the Interests and welfare of the children shall have first consideration In all public school mattersIWe call for better schools arid school houses for longer School terms In the country and better pay for the teachers and that elections for school trustees be bad on different days fr 1dilaws permlttingand encouraging Joint nomination of the same candidate by the different parties 12 We condemn the law passed for immoral political purposes creat lOg the racing commission in Kentucky and demand its repeal 13 We condemn the enactment by the Democratic party of a large num ber of obnoxious tax laws and the cre ation of useless officers as the reward of partisan service and we promise If givenpower jto repeal all such laws andreduce the taxes to the lowest possible rate consistent with an eel dent administration of tho state gov ernm tit Conclusion For years past the legislation en acted by the Democratic party and dictated by certain1of its leaders has not been for the benefit of tIe citizen butxJf the officeholder The chief alinor such llegislation has been the continued holding ol office and the creation of now officers to be traded In as rewards for party service citizen fs at least realizing as 1Tle before that the administration affairs so a business that comes dose home to him that such business must be honestly and9 cOle enthi conducted and that his ballot ifihodld not be cast as a matter of seut Imprit but for that candidate or that party which shows the highest capacity for properly conducting the affairs jot the statu on strict business prln iclplca We ask the support of nil patriotic citizens regardless of their party aini l l ctedbY1tblsland principles above Htatud liollevlng that It will Insure iIttur days fur Ken itucky f jBRUNE S RETORT j JaniesfJ KnockCeritcr At Bent n Marshall county Mon day Sept 2 n joint debate wis held jb tvveen Congressman fUo Tamos and Dr Hen L Brniipr Republican candidate for secretaryof state Following the plan laid down by the I mocrat3 tb stir lift prejudice by keeping the Gopbol assassination vpr in view jnongrpssinan James Inquired Would you irgovernor of Kentuc Ilty pardon Cajoh Powars and others or would you advise Villson tbpardcin thorn Dr Tenners reply was sn straightforward and sensible and covorod the jcaso so completely lint the vast aud lance lrrpsnp jpvp of party arqn vuid ifclipprpd tnthe ocho n titling rebuke to the Dnmocrnlics styhu ot cjxmjmlgn Dr Rrunor said If I wore governor of Iventurky or worn asked for advlr Uylho Rov rnorl if IjQltartinirhrirgpdNviUi a I1nllflcnlf rlmor whflth er lip he Democrat publicnn Prohl ibJtionlst or Popnllst whhIlr black and If the courts nf llio state persist lentl refiiRpd to grant him Kiicli fair luIthosejnf Appeals I would titan fool dlttposod to either pardon or advise such par jdon ThiR rnply should Ito cndnnuid by evory hoORt man in fJlO oinnniou wealth liveevery man asipiaro deal No more no less rThat Is the Unpub Ucan do rrjuo at nl inand under fall cireuniKlaiioos The Jrtiuiirrats nf kaptuekyliavO ililsicod u lax oh pvnr tlilnK front n lQWiidp Ktajjd IUfdog And ot IlliPV rlaliv that ttKtia hate been re 1uteul k A5ln charr nK tit tenKl4rstic admlnls tratiin wJJh srpft and tnlsnmnago mut wo liavf inil loJpok to Demo ifats for the uwf oualinnKiii in cnwem to the front with m entirely orlgiiuil story Two youuj eifrc wore hatched out under it hen Two mouths jtgo Koinnii Ukle rId of Uamokln reeelvod front his 1irotljr lii Girmayy two cagloV eggs WU plaveil tihcm under n hcii and nvnitt insults The BlUe eagles are Klug nil NJ for by UH liraud mother lICIt fserwUI l1fr fjirthor doings when tit Iqrds of the air attain their fuji growth 7 Corpse Stands For Its Photo When tlu fiinoml of Tilldiapl JLoke ckf who Jived tyrnvr Independence Pa1 reaelicU the gjrvothc ttowzrs ufkeu lotOiiaJlbtrIral other pjctur s were taken one of ltoqhtUdcllttl asfOi ite widOw Jiu AuafrJa o J l g We SPORTING WORLD NatJU Cartmel Abroad Nat To Cartmell Mike Murphys speedy sprinter from the University of Pennsylvania who competed in the British championship recently IIS to make a tour of the isles and probably will race in Scotland From Cart t1 lls the jlntercolleglate andIrelandI the Harvard stadium both the 100 and 200 yard dashes and his 9 45 performance in the 100 yard KAT J TlTEI Ii Qventat Jahiestown it was expected that he would capture many prizes abroad Recently he was defeated by Morton tile gnt English sprInter but not dis gracefully Heavy rain during the week had made the cinder track of the Manchester Athletic club Eug land sticky Many critics claim this Is what caused tire PennsylvanianS defeat As to the race it provided a magnifi cent struggle Morton apparently wIn nlng by a few Inches although the ofi field verdict was a foot Cartmeil was confident of success and returned to the competitors tent somewhat dis appointed What the American would have done on a dry track is difficult to say He might have won and for tile purpose of unraVellnir that doubt it is hoped that the pair will fiave an pp portunlty of meeting again INervo Counts most In essential Baseball JugrcdI eats to n winning baseball players makeup Is nerve Without a strong nerve a ball player has little chance of winning a place among the stars rnlIplayers yet a lap of nerve at the time whon It requlr stayingprowess lost for these nfen ie wholesome re spect of the basel i fraternity who admire nerve pcrTi is more than bril liant playing qualM s A player who will Uecome rattled is an easy man to beat out but just as soon as the dlscoveqr Is made that a player has the nerve to go thp IsI tance be Is then passed up as tflb to be left alone On the other hand let It be whispered about that a player lacks nerve and he is sure to become a mark for his opponents who will bother him In many ways grid keep his at tntiou oil iris work- Men strengthen their nerves by play Ing together Often weak hearted players will brace up when ulended with a nervy bunch New Lipton Yacht Cup The new Lipton cup seat by Sir Thomas tlpton to be raced for by yachts at the Jamestown exposition a is work of art It is made of silver and has a considerable height On either side stands a figure of Bri tannia and Columbia symbolic of the two great nations and between theft is a panell representing the exposition showing the ihips In the harbor thereIstant which bore Captain John Smith to this country Beneath Is n musk of Neptune with his trIdent and a medal lion showing tile official seal of the exposition V Billy Lush Probably Out of Baseball- It was learned recently from friends of Billy Lush the well known baseball trainer who has just finished three years service us coach for tho Yale team that he Is probably out of base ball forever because of Injuries to his eye IIclIs under treatment at an eye hospital in New York as n result of taking oft his lark glasses at the YaleHarvard game Ip New YorkIte Jylll probably lose tire sIgi4oft nn aye- S t Here Come the Jap Wrestlers tThW TJipanese champion wrestler nWiyenineu Lchigo known ns Hltn cfilyamn who weights over 300 pounds Is coming to America accompanied by somo famous wrestlers and Jlu jitsu experts They have been engaged by a theatrical manager to give exhibitions throughout th6 country Mr Upp Kid Pitcher The remarkable work done this sa son by young Mr Upp iic ColimiUw kid pitcher has attracted attention alt over the country and Colmnbus Is very Jikqly letJose him at the ond pf the seaspn Another Breeders Association I There Its talk of organizing u ttrotting hprse brewlcr association at Los Angeles on the plan of the Pacific Coast Trottlpg Horse Breeders association on ana tire Note thnJSjasriation betWeen the letters sn rind then se The following word beginning with those two consonants nil have some coniiectlon with that organ Snout soar suedze snast snore snub snlggersuumellnlrlie Finic Written Music It Is quite as impossible to Buy who wrote the Ifrst music noien as it would 1Jj tQ say who wrote the first sentence lWllclUUOllfItscale as we laiOw it today was put Into shupt lly Gum Arento 1050 and sub hequenlly nddeIto by IU Malre Misfit Spectacles Ive wopibTvil ivfcy tLe speotnolea that help grandpa to road r kiv fllirriilQo4 rcaoa y hS spectaetct ti wouJUnhh rb dant you zoo my eyes areIFor bowntwhile grandpapas are blue t 1 HINTS FOR FARMERS 1Flool1J A successful swine breeder gives thell following aepount of the floor he Into his hog hoUse PutI The floor Is made of hard brick flat in sand the sand resting on gravel It is not safe to use dirt for bottom it settles and causes tire floor to sink irregularly Fill in say six Inches with cinders and gravel t1t1I a layer of sand and then the brick When laying the brick dont put them too close together After you have them laid1 put plenty themIproportion of three parts of sand to one of cement Jin4 use enough water so that It will ppur freely Pour this over the fl6or arid sweep It In with a broom until the cracks are full The hogs will not slip on this floor nnltJ it is cheaper titan a plank floor Farm Progress Scours In Calv sJProfessor Shaw of the Michigan Agricultural college says concerning the treatment of scours in calves One of the 15est thugs we have used and are using almost altogether with which to suppioss outbreaks of calf scours Is n mixture of tincture of rhubarb camphor trod opiate equal parts In hot water about a teaspoon fat One of the most Interesting re coy rles I have ever seen was In the case of a calf that scour l1 and was so liear death that the feet were stretched out cold and stiff and thereI was every symptom of death The aas treated in that way twice then was fed with raw eggs and milk occasionally and he recovered He was the sickest calf I ever saw so sick his hair all came off after a week or ten days but he Is one of the best feeders we have in the bunch today Telling the Health of Fowls Dr Salmon of the bureau of animal Industry lays down this rule for telling the health of a owl by its droppings The condition of tire droppings fur- nIshes a good Indication of the hens health They should be of sufficient consistency to hold their shape but should not be too solid In polor they should be dark tapering pff Into a grayish white If the droppings aie soft or pasty or ot a yellowish or brownish color it indicates too much carbohydrates or n lack of meat If on tire other hand the droppings are watery and have dark red splashes of mupuslnthem It Indicates too ranch meat A greenish watery diarrhea usually Indicates Insanitary conditions either in the surroundings the feed or the water Silage Good For Horses Horses like slIngs as well as cattle do after they get accstoined to It A man In Michigan a few years ago win tered 200 horses on silage and straw exclusively wlt1uo grain Thev came through in 41ne shape and the brood mares all had fine strong colts The Ohio experiment station tried feeding horses on silage through the winter and reported that thjey came through until spring in the best con dition W C Bradley of Wisconsin spys that one year during spring work he was out of hay and the only coarse fodder his horses had during all that period of hhrd work was silage He says that his horses never stood work better Spirit of the West Speltz or Emmer as Forage TIre South Dakota experiment sta tion has issued a bulletin on the feed lug value of emmer whlph that sta tion continues to call speltz giving the cost ot production of beef and pork when the ration consisted largely of tHis grain A mixture Pt emmer trial corn gave better results tL4n emmer alone When fed alone it requires from one tp two pounds more to pro duce a pound of flesh than with the other grains Emmer lscun excellent material to mix wdth cPru because of tire Improvement of the physical condi tion of the food particularly corn winch makes the mixture just about the right consistency for good dlges tioui Charcoal Good For Farm Stock Charcoal is often recommended for pigs and fowls but It ip riot generally understood thntit is a good feed for any kind of stock fed with corn or other heating material There Is an effect from charcoal which helps to correct acidity of the stomlich and It rapidly absorbs bases jit Is excellfenf for mixing with the food of animals that are being fattened experiments showing that the Increase Is greater wjieu a proportion of charcoal is al lowed The Poultry Yard When Corn oii tire ear Is thrown to jarded fowls the cobs should riot bo allowed to accumulate for any length of time They with the ottert llvter should be raked up am burned ilhls will prevent to a groatextont tire de velopment of scaly leg Kedpfui tIre chicken yards in good condition takes little time and not only makes thorn sightly but ankle to tho health trail Wen being of tho fowls Success In Dairying Good luck does not enter into tire success of dairying any more titan It does unto fiHhlng Bud luck with cows usually comes front bad management Good luck miry be attributed to good management arid some thought of thjft whys anti wherefores of th r buslncHsJ Spotting Milk Closing up CUllS before tire animal heat Is out of tine milk Is qUI of the most prolific moans of mhjtlng jjobd milk bfd Stir it dip or your It from one can to another do something with ItJr anything almost lint 10 not coy er It up warm FOR THE CHILDREN The Magic Penny Procure a small round box about nn ich deopr to which lit accordingly a Ionuy Line the box with any dark phlfcr crimson for instance and paste sortie of It on the side of the coin so that when It lies In the lower part orI 1thJJox it shaH appear like the bottom QPlhe box ThlS penny Is concealed lit the band end before performing the trick ft will heighten the effect If a number of single pennies are UldrleuI to1yoursel siderputting it gravely into the box ask all to be sure they have seen It enter When tIre lid Is on shake up and down The noun bjelrays tire metal Now command U to disappear and shake laterally from side to side As tire penny is made to fit accurately no noise Is apparent The coin seems to be gone In proof of whlcli you 0penJ J Ui sasl dlSDlav the IntertolThAI J e i jIpajiur oji tile corn conceals it whIle you direct the audience to look IntQ a book or a pair of slippers for the miss beIbe repeated two or three times WIth the greatest success and Is so simple that nobody gudsses the manner of performance IAnAnctent Tree Some time between 1CG2 and 1670 a gentleman made a grand tour In the course of which he visited Leb anon There he obtained seed of the famous cedars which on his return to London he gave to his old teacher Dr TJvedale of Enfield who planted it In iris garden Tie schoolmasters name has almost perished and his garden Is now nearly covered with flats but the tree survives and Is the oldest in England Its trunk at eighteen incItes from the ground mCltsur S nearly twenrjt two feet In circumference In the storm of No vember 1703 that destroyed tire Ed dystone lighthouse eight feet were nndanotheFtempest years later did It much mischief Over the Garden Wall If thlsgame Is played upon a tennis court the net makes a good wan or If played In the parlotTa strip of muslin stretched across the folding doors or room will answer Then solect two captains who In turn select their sides each side taking a position on either side of the wall Each captain has a soft ball and at the count of one two three they toss the ball over the wall at the same time calling the name of the opposite player who Is expected to catch It If in the excitement the wrong one catches the ball he or she goes on the other side The player who catches the ball hastily passes It again tohla captain and the former rule Is repented until one side out numbers the other to some great ex tent r A Famous Crow There was once a crow which had a very grand funeral Pliny has told us the story This bird on account of Its extraordinary accomplishments hind been the pet of all Home So angry were the Romans with the man who killed it that they had him executed for the crime The crow was honored with a public funeral Its body was placed on a bier and so carried in state to Its grave It was preceded by a band playing a funeral march and was followed by a crowd of mourners This curious incident occurred In the reign of Emperor Claudius The Three Fates The names of the iihrce fates WQre Clotho Xacliesls and Atropos To express the Influence which they were believed to exercise on human life from birth to death they were shown as spinning a thread of gold silver or wool now tightening now slackening and at last cutting it oft Clotho the youngest pjif the wool around the spindle Lachesis spun It and the aged Atropos cut It off when a man had to die Rid res Winy Is a pig with a curly continua lion like the ghost of Hamlets father Because he could a tale unfold What Is the newest thIng In the Jtocklngs The babys foot Wiry Is a coward like a leaky bar rel They lothrup When does a dog become larger and smaller When let out at night and ttaken In In the morning KIDNAPEOTA CYCLONBt After Eighteen Years Iowan Finds Out Where He Came From Kidnaped by a cyclone elghteea years ago to discover himself only within the past few nthks Charles Bennett of Vlllisea la has put the stran estoryof lost Charlie Ross outof commission Bennetts parents Jived in Harrison county loOJd settlers there well remember that fatal cyclone which swept over the county eighteen years ago It leftt ruin and disaster tu Its wake But In the little home f3Ir and Mrs Isaac Bennett It left uncontrollable grief Wjhen the 1strUck the Bennett cottage It literally tote the house to flinders The father dud mother were separated And the baby boy was picked up by the storm cloud and ear tied bodily mile after mile Then the little chop was let down In the back yard of T W Hudson n farmer who was getting ready to move to Xpjdlsl ana Hudson took tho youngster with him to Louisiana There ho reared him as iris own Arid it was not until the sup posed father and son guarreled recently that Hudson told Bennett the re markable story of lip life Bennett set forth to find himself At a little town III Harrison county he discovered a clew to his patents There an old set tier nan od Hank Barnes told him the story Ho discovered soon after a sis ter Mr Benjamin Richardson at VII lisea and a brOther In Fair field 7Ceb Tire mother who has long mouthed tire SOn as dead Is In aUforuIa and thith er the Victim of tlK cyclone will betake hlinself GRABBED WILDCAT BY TAIL Fisherman Thought Animal Stealing His Bass Was Tame Joseph Uodgers u broker of Pater hi N J who WJ 8 spending a yjeck In Delaware county X L had an ci citing experience with a wildcat and In the battle that followed he did not collie out the victor Mr Uodgers was fishing In tire Dela ware river near Pepacton and hhd several fine bass lying beside him on the rivet bank Suddenly an animal leaped from the branch of the tree jm let vlilchhc was sitting and pounced upon the fish Mr Rodgcrs thought It was a cat from one of the nearby fafmliotises and dropping his fishing pole grabbedit by the tail The cat turned on him sprang upon his head and cjawed his face anti hands Another fisherman came along1 at this moment and the cat leaped away from Mr Rodgers and ran Into the wood The newcomer told Mr Rodgers that the animal was a wildcat It urns loft Its marks upon him for thercJIt ot his life u Checks as Wall Paper The wall paper In the officeS or the Stollcr CoiiHnlsslon company at lire stockyards exchange In Kansas City represents an outlay of 8000000 It Is made up of canceled checks T Is no check on the wall that repre herj llens thaa l00s The itI Ier f30000 1 1 ICNop8 OIrationer IMr JVlalinda Akers of Basham VariesfI had what doctors call 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