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bn MHOM DM tis I ritaSIoucn eaMiiiJaiii rti eM 4rap9 U iHit the truth sCuactly- t the iSIMni lDdIWfl ceniu ertarrh Ra 1std attacks of Indifertoa Inflame the mscovsmeabri Hninc the alomMk aMl I r 41pothDsrvsothssIacth thisseU 5I1 tStan la to aeemla madn Inrtiad eC 1e Mtwal CMtteiu wa Ie eDeaOaaiffli el Hw StaMeh wDysp SiilI- IeN t 1lammaos lbs memkrariea Untar gis ataiMeh pratooli th SM LU4 s bid hisshw 4iaei 1e afsr eda v dxvmia and eli afmnacdi IreeMta 1t VtIW yc Z L M stRoit Rsur gas 00 b1d 21IIiItktital wWck wu tar M iby 0 DwfTTOOIuiiuI- uIIj t15 old by Red Cross Dr3gtSLn Jr LE4DERI t t 1 il j ai i IIIi Ufim = IIROUNDIOF TfLLKaI 1ii 1rImTrue rrLiifrled th bo4dfflenchhlp ofsin 1 Aact tkfc love of woman too I aae foundvtbem in adversity ialse O ly la gOOd luck tr ebI kayttasted1otu a11itshacc s 7 ti1tvotlonABdJye iouad it only in real fri4 Olijiifir a d my oldclayplpeit Xi freree1orthesua p rftay Tly vaflishedirithcbmlng frost Airtlloie tliat WaS mine In my golw tie Wrf K Away iIittkestorm was tossedw Os1i twostayedto ccirnforEme f When misfortune seemed most to ripe 1JOnly twd cared for me alontTMy dOff andjmyold clay ipef 011 the frajpraBt wbiffs of smoke tytHtk eeHned borne in peace away Arid th loving eyes of r my dear Leab fwall nlbess a ay So fate can take what it likes frong e 0 1 natch fortune in cr el rn FI care not as long atitileaT stoTme My dog and myoia iayipipe k t hii Y 0 CROWDTh Parmers Ititutewhich Jwassch d e 1MIOr sijti4Or Itsfc TTeduwday nd Thur day failed1 a sx5tn a diencQ 4ind for thatMKNl Jkfeere wai po session ld SeYeral leciir srs were o1 hAnda d vby were prepared er 00oYahbI1nformtiOn nd advice the farmers had lie farmerf j1bten on band5t- Ret lit Wasb jgtbnco nt Jar eri are maV g a mistake in not taking ad itdg of the opportunity tQnE trn all tijey can about the science of farmina Figures ro abcmt tbefa iBin operations of I this country are startling Wg atbcr from am excnanffe that pid of one thouliad qlions Infwill be the American farmers earilngg In 1907farm prOta to ductions this year Wi be iPlpifeoent Jew in qp ality ithan ia4QQ6 which was tte bumper season But the crops of Id07 jfill fully qulflle Average It yields for five years prior to last season The farmers income co40Q7iprom C to be greater by ver 200000 million dollars than w uri the fiye years 18937 innlustv As the vast industrial Iprosperity of the past fifteen HMriiaafricultural reTivals which char cltrls d 18937 he American Agriculturist predicts an even etter era of good times now han in the recent past because f these marvelous gains in ag xicBltnre It says The farm r was never in so healthy 1rlposition S be is to dayfinanu iaIly socially politically men The increase Iini m bfftn prodigious He owes less money than ever before Hef 11 greater assets than ever in Again the iarmers wants are greater He is in the market ini foK more and better breeding stock house 1Jliolaiood8i disc He recognizes the extra pr fit that accrues from thtftm of better equipment and b ter methodsin his business wadI Itt inbiShome j it t IQ SUCCESS The State B Fair at Louisville lastweek wascertainlra success It ist estimated that 165000 people attended the big show during t the weak and that the net pro ceeds wereabut25JOOO Of j iar greater importance however the value obtained from the fair as rneans educatien to J the farmers and live stock breeders The sight of such a fine collection of high class live jrtockrwiil give an impetus to the breeding industry of the statej which will prove of inestimable t vIHio the live stock interests The management the fair de Arvef great credit for the sue IQfthe bit whifch wa diithefotydjfflcu 1 ties Bjr next year It is hoped that the fairlrUI be established jia JU pft permnent quarters I hwill b i f L4 ce Qa oi convenient Washington itocounty by the way was well pres nted at the fair and inthe ifaltendance Washington county people were vry much in cvieclejice v Ocuaaional ceadgchej belching ad tcste in the mouth lack of appe te and slight nervousness are sym s ptoms of indigestion which whnUt allowed togo uncared for will dosyelop into a ease of dyspepsia that will take a bug tirn to get rid of t41egftctYPJ1r h Atthe first indications of trouble take some S tufas that will help it along in Itsw ork of di estng the food you eat cloI for Indigestion ane Dyspepsia ill do thin KodolvitIl make your food do you goodand will enable you enjoy what yon eat Sold by the Red Cross Drug StorewFatalIiightningi TR Mr Cut Davis of Harrods urg who As at Columbus O jJttls ring of fine borses at pparaces there sustained ahjheavy loss durirg an electric storm at the Columbus Driving Park M ndaynight Miss Maria a fine mateo Rned by limlightning Emily Letcher owny dijr Fox Logan oft nviIle and compaigned by Mr Davis was instantly killed Nancy H owned by J T Huuhely also of ot Danville Was knQcked down and slightly injured Emily Letch was valued at between 30 0 and 40rOOQ and was to bavetl daySheMiss Maria has a trial record ot2111 and is valued at 6000 She was enpered in the 209 trot ext Tuesday Shehad wcrfeed amileiIi212 sburg Democrat AHnman6APDBDL A humanecitizpn ofr Richmond d Mr TID Williams 107l West Main St says Iappeal l all persons with weak lungs toke DY ICings New Discovery l the onlyremedy that has ilmei proprietors recommendations saves more lives thao all ihers tnroat and lung remedies put together Used a cough and o1A cure the world over Cures asthma bronchitisj croup hooping cough rhtarsess and phthisic stops hemIl morrhages of the i lungsand builds themup Guaranteed at aydon liobertsons drug store 50c and 1 Trial bottles cfrceRare Relics f i Miss Hannah Gibbs of this city has an almost priceless elic of pioneer days of the park aridBlobdy Grounds bein apeqe of homespun dre s n which Mrs Harrod was arr1ed to her distinguished husband Gen James HarrOd or whom this town was named the old fort on the bill the ceremony being performed with the stockade Dr Gibbs also has now in his posession a unch of flax which was hackled i the old fort These relics of days llong gone by wben the bloodcurdling whoop of the wily savage resounded through forest and canebrake and startled children cuddle close to frightened mothers who knew the fearful whoo was the harbinger of the tomahawk and scalpingknife were presented to the Gibbs family by James Huff father of Tilford Huff of the Banks of Chaplin James fluffs father and the grand father of Tiiford fluff was EichardHuff a Revolutionary solder and after peace with England he catne west across the Alleghanies and was for sometime an inmate of Harrods fort But Richard Huffs ser vices to his country did not end with tbeclose of the Revolution nor with his fighling the Indians in Kentucky for when the tocsin of gnmvsaged war sounded ipI 1812he againjook up arms and was iin the thickest of the fray at the River Raisiu where dred of Keptuckians massacred by tthe English hunI their bloodthirstyI savage He almost miraculously escape death several times on tlijat memorable day and after Perry had met the enemy on Lake Erie and fthey were hisri nd the whitewinged doye had ascended Richard Huff returned this county On hIs appearance he was clad in the touckj skin suit that he wore at the Raisin He settledl in the west nd of the county and having married became the progentor orthe versatile and redoubtable Tiiford E uff He kfptthe buck kin suit until his death when i fell to Jis son James who on rtne social occasion loaned the coat toCapt Phil B Thompson and it was still in Capt Thomp OdS posession when his homd as burned in 1890 and was then destroyed On another occasion James Huff gave the trousers of the suit to his friend the late Judge John Kyle provided he ould wear them inHarrqdsburg n a certain public day which Kyle did and they may now be in the possession of some one pf the Kvle family Harrods burn Herald There are great many people who ave slight attacks of indigestipn and dyspepsia nearly all the time Thelu food may satisfy the appetite but it fatis to nourish the body sim ply because the stomach is not in t condition to do the work it is sup posed to do It cant digest the food ou cut Tae stomach shonld ijd given 4ieip You o gjit take some thing that will do the work your stomach cant do Eodb1 for Indi gestion and Dyspepsia a combination natural digestants and yegtablo acids digests lhe food itself and giyes strength and health to the stoinath Pleasant to take Sold bye Red Cross Drug Store t Killed iin Dispute Stanford Ky Special At Kingsville this county this afJi terri on Harvey Watts shot and illed Hal Vandeveer ageqt for the Q and C ratlrdad Watts bad been drinking anda few words passed betweeu the two over the opening of a suit case when Watts fired Vandeveer lived about fifteen minutes Watts fled from the station after the shooting but W2S later arrested He sa travel ng man The men bad never een each other prior to the shooting jS Stock For Sakr I have for sale the following live stock which can be seenj at my plade at any time on the Bardstown ttfrnpike t four ard one half miles from Springfield Three jacks and seven jennetts ome good Southdown bucks hogs cattle and other stock Some good farm horses suitable for family use For futher in formation call at my place I will also rent my farm which contains JOG acres TJ HamiltonRPDNo2 M Springfield Ky The New Pare PaM and Druz law VVe are yleased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for cough colds and lung trbubles iis not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drngs and we recommend tt tsa sate remedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore STORE BURNED C W Oders Store at Fen wick Goes Smoke up iin I Fire of an unknown origin broke out in store of C W Oder at Pjenwick at a late hour last Thursday night and the building with all of its ontents was totally destroyed There had been a meeting of the local union of the American Society qf Equity at the storelhat evening and it was a short time after the meeting adjourned that the fire was discovered Owing to the fact that the flames had gained such headway and to the i cKof facilities for fighting theflaifces everything was destroyed The store house belonged to Mr W F Logsdon and was insured for 200 Mr Oder carried 2000 insurance on his stock ofgoods Hestates to the NewsLeader man thathis stock was valued at between 3000 and 3500 With characteristic enterprise Mr Oder telegraphed for nor groceries and has set up for business again in tempo rary quarters in a buggy house near the site of the store He will begin work atonce on a new store building and was out of business only one day CM Bar Fever atd lime CM- A JNusbaum BateaviHe dlana wri Last year I suffer d for Sodismy Business I had many of the Sri ptoms of hay fever and a doctors pre cription did not reach my case and I took several medicines which see jed to only aggravate my case Fo innately I Insisted upon Having Fo ys Honey And Tar in the yellow pac age and it quickly cured me My wffe has since used Foleys Hot ey an4 Tar with thesame suc Sold by hen d Cioss Drug Stb e v t- Selling Whislcy lurinsr the fair arrived en the mofning train here three colored me i each carrying a large suit cas and from the difficulty with which they handled their bag gag eJ the suspicion at once crept int the minds of the officers that the suit cases containedt some thiii g other than ocks hand kei qiefs shirts and such After Ma sbal Thomas bad chased one of t ae parties through the corn fiel of Ed Patterson but failing to atch him he came uptown totae establishment of Ovesefl1 Bii ba Co where another one of t hem had stopped waitingfor a c tTveyance to the fair grounds Tin mas put him uader arrest and taking charge of the suit cass started to the Court house Th ndgro failed to follow but stu ted on a run down the street toy urd the property of the Lynn Milling Co Deputy United St4es Marshal Jeff Cnndiff who hac been called upon to assist iq tooting after the suspects sta ted after the negro who was fas adding to the distance be twe m himself and Thprnas He call dto the negro to halt but this seined only to add to his spe id Not until Cuudiff fired upc i him with his No 44 and woi nded him in the back did the neg ro stop He was brought i I There is none bettedthan 11 T E RBNI troK Y I WHEAT DRILL i J Always reliable1 alwaysI satisfactory t OWJ It Will PaylF or Itself I oUhlJI have left some chapII f bridles I II l B8rber J1 L1hii back to the court house and i turned dver to James urown He give hiUname as Peter Cooper ana Loufsyille as his plrce of residence His wound proved to heQny a flesh one arid on the next day he was able to take tUe train for his home He refused to claim the whisky tound in his possession and it was left with the cftic rsLaRue County Herald HOW 10 iYOll AMilCltlS Most victim pf appendicitis arc tbsseTffho ate habitually conf tipated Orino Laxative Fruit Sprup cures cbroutc constipation by stimulating the liver and bowels and restores the natural action of the bowels Orino Laxative Frait Syrup doe not nau seate or jjripejmd Is mild and pleas ant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Allot Gold Toe fiHnsolti dedtorroo 9rd in the county clerks offices few daVs ago tells more forcibly than words of an exploden the ory and of cherished bones that were blasted Several years ago rock containing shiny bits of yellowish substance resembling gold was found onSaHLfck creek in the western part of the county A fuiher searcpof the territory was made and morf of tb rock was found In a few days a great deal of excitement prevailed in that section One enthusiast brought specimens of the rock to this city and wither only a short while several citi- zenS bad united to purchase the land where the discovery had been made The deal was quiet ly engiireered and purchase was made of a tract 6f 182 acres Soon there wasmucb talk of gold being fdund sod dailj papers contain d J graphic ac ccunts of the discovery of the preciousyellowmetalamcn2 the hills of Marlon county The announcement thit machinery would he purchased and a shaft sunk at ait early date added t the excitement and the pro moters doubtless have begun to wonder how they could escape the burdon of having to inyestt their earnings For some reason however machinery was neverpurchased No mine was opened and after a time the excitement died away A few daj s a 0 thone sixth interest of WF C3abbeli one of the purchasers of the tract pi 182 acres upon which the mine was to haye been located was sold to Attorney John McChord The price paid by bim for Mr McChord interest was fourteen dollars qr about sixtysix cents per acre It was a very wise man who once said that All is not gold that glitters ttLebaQOJ1 Enterprise if ForSale1 A good seven room dwelling on Grandy Avenue Lot contains nearly two acres House newly painted Nice location Will sell reasonable For further particulars call pn T D Tapp or McElroy Whartcn Real Estate and Insur ance Agents Springfield Ky A Marvelous Romance The marvelous romance 01 Monte Crirto tJ as arrange dfor the s geQY a distinguished actor of Edmond Dantes Eugeoe Moore will beseen at the Opera House SprID fieldKyI rhur8J day October 24th In these days of so many degenerate dramas suggestive problems plays and melodramas flounder ing ih the mire of vice it is the grand old real melodramas like Monte Cristo that preaerv the true character of the staff as a means of recreation It is therefore expected that the en gagement of this plar will be M it should an encouraging suc cess Manager Fred G Conrad has the reputation of furniabiBff plays with good compacie aod of supplying the necary ex cellent scenery to cctrnplf the production I DeWitts Oarbcllized Witch Kart Saveia for boils ben Me S 1slidpeckllt Ioodfor loW 1ftRed Cross Drug 4tor- eI i 1NTIEr1EtDA rnut eo BeE r 1tLics brlingotsurvivjil in the tobacco lades try from indica lpis ininis aatf adjoining coua iM The pres ehce of tobacco bYefreprer senting both thittMt a 4 ikk4e pendent manufacturers wlnt arc buying tobacco in the feldlroM nonassociation growers low bodesa life an4 death Mrvfpfk next year between the Dark To bacco GroWVijit i d the tobacco trust Astonisbmenpdall hands at the aetkm ftttbuyers in contractiag lor th crop before iit baa bee cM as the shrinkage in taMltftr by the time it baa oeeacaied ais eadj for prisHiir is aJte it tj tremely dific lf k esUpate tfee yalae of a hid The oiy ret son advanced orner1JHiunp- recedenied bayiag IB ifcat eopendent aiaaqfaQtnrers unit ti get Mnachof the next co fpossible Obivouslr if all tfe independent tobacco Is aoag h now by the trust an i the aseocia lion holds the reisiaia4er 1h independent manutiqti rwhit wait unillthnsEUaet but willr find themselves hi ar ddry for raw owUfialt l Noone knows jitsi bow nach tobacco the trlltbM oo bai tb44ltthadependenti ing jhe trust nay have e oafh to run it fort jer oraxweuan effort to embarrass the aaeoeia tion finandialjlyi frog having to carry oer motofiifJi bo liai The aseociatioa caaaot iarkrt its pledges by the this ibsiw dependent buyers are rea4y to purchase aDd so the iDdepe ient manufactarera wjll be at a disadvantage that will work fc interest of the rujt Elated over the seaeoas high prices it is not likely that ibe association w u1al aec H stachj icanyi factor tnat must be coaatcferea is that the yield thiajtaar k aol quits up to the orfial apd many growers are catting too early This ia tthe asaal tiate for cutting wheatheaeajoA k been normall bpt the bftck season caused JapJlic lthe tobacco beingcats ia aosrj sidered by corapeKmt tij Lore tto be a little gree If this is true the crop will bejrtilJt smaller The qaaljty of th4 years crop is 3lightly better thi last year f THE FEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidaey UI la4aaaf Rheumatic trouble iJibldragglsts 91 MOIl tlr tall treatmeot by wail for 1 Dtk E W Hall 2026 OUya sire St Louis Bead fcr Keatack estimonials Horrible MursUr ll01 the moat bite irnar dora jrecordwas coaasieleilai Kiugss Moa tain yeateadajr afternoon about 4 oclock The old soldiera are Ixtlding aM a ioa three nftQl MMI jla te and a large nuaiberoi pespl- wers t t present Harvey watti of Glen Mary Teua who icat sociated with his brother iia the lumber businessLarrived 0 the afternoon accowwodatioa IMI sarkd to the reaa Wrro a on a public praBlaos Jbat bscaste involved in a difilcalty wlvhl the passengers and was eecttid- returned Be to tbe Kinxii Jtfoaalaia depot aa4 atoppfd i ii frtmt l- Ute paseeDger pI aUe wbete lye v six geatffcpHta wee Mated One of the utea jiked aaotber Jorcbwwf Vobaooo wjlfatt whlrxid ai fl grip reMarked ibaUMl ad tobacco ia the dpIa hi tig4 to Aivisraak kL alat to opf H ari ji the asa a Ohawol 4iiia Vf dtr polag M p two tUN ef waisaW IMsfa plaij ottoUcoo wave w1 lap When v Iisr t whisky Miatoad hINd and t 1 ruI =f sNIi J It SPRINGFIELD RAGTtCAL MondayHart I5 ifokiac M Watt m1Ii m t4see raaeM dowa inr tJbaewv At Uua postaU W tta 1 drew a pisesi fo his pupks UMlrriIa oartIjeW wiare 1esrg wism4anoaoIy Irla Tbab s tratod vUfIiiviers beai He roM tokier fe sadU Wda4 tit 4 the waiting rts ai l Wt 1re4r jj JJt ti at Z4oor VI Io Tm iiiliCii Watts threw offak caM aM ir4ira p by b it1i oto w e ia UK cbeae UMIfurors w tK to the kMto of a ajaa ho WM tfennn wUVtf OsakadsSl aaee with hiM snisiiajarfaji jila c tih1leMft w t to taia ia 1 aaioa groaMtg Ladwhen p iuredw tin end Mtit Wwitk anumborof femseswho were aot MIMIIal tSM vhsl eriJw had eajt b WeseaMrn a t rrnsrkk that he ba4 o7totpay bit d jrbatte Eitpuias w to t 3sMrd jjell SThe seesesdwa a ir jl- iMiIiaYMlEiy4er t oIiuI k4ifr t joargaW a poMim rpl jr J JIjVaadiYkr Hw Harroaspsug t jker and imwi4ly oesb4 IIfMercer county Heretofore s cM been located k NIhoI vii1IIe aa heIesbi44M KIMoaa4aiabat a law fefe bai WaJUs didti UMU M hM lIri slife Bert Shewssrop- storMorswIIsalwt j t imlawcf Vaailirier JJie Wrbl J will take piae tiffarroa i t L Uaay Hie Abreealev Thk ie on tat te = 1oeich T Groea Dra r iet Uw meet Ihtrty das a J faad thE a orf if Mi +a Im itooace Jfo aaaiL toi gerwith iidimsiloia j J f1 if IwMr 1 1ittJet d t r iToT1nHrJooaalf Ky is catrgii witb r kWigoi tTHirTti bel of a a waary foaeralliar by Mrs ICIrk wbksfewaa t piibliaMcl aoD Mttrb7 OM ch oDC1 Lad cesI hs pd yINra qcks4fwwttaken ia iaiisOII April 11 196r IaOki te i ones ffeat QoV Wm f faM EttttMktirMae wsi itrJIIIu6 IIII was oat Jto u Mesib tjotnty Kl b Ilyd utIMC life aid a thsad 1 Goebefa murdr bar hneii lilt atMoaai StorKa KPYba 0 if eofjll jHto Ja the pJaoe 8bbsW-aa K11 i 1ti ik MayaylUe 11tLiaXIag WUapImliagpany with Jb J d- ofCwlntoaky UptNt the 4v of Obnrdec hew girts wes tilMMik tot Ky They MuW1aMer UM State Hoaae by Oivrsif esi traaoe tad wb o uei rail a hot was 4r0d Al fieri me time they noticed a man atas ing julaethe he7 rKo1 a iiid1lvi It aiiaato aulajug OS Wlfdtk- aaI1sr ia4irgVTia He nm tojtatord sad said Igo- That UKr mae was rao by- sMp1at j U bar rteud sr- IIhI tMu P Kf Bolh iMM9m9 Oft swat r lord gss i which be es six- bbThsthee 4Lfv Ibe Jco tujd btr as i M lrI dip on iaaqs11oo that be waa tI fiL sad that ahab tJfftr iiifls 4 s bssdtd ter that tfaltUed bia ftll lid J iii JJ- ts tar= r4stss a- ps eN i iw sMall w joaataaMkif thay dehptk dateed b4t wii pestS ihiiUtS1iOML1- theBdossDn11 rwvTIITa TIlE lWsRrj 1JII aMDtY Iit ATfARIN tbb I Rii1Ii L DAVISON Jr iss It e pir i 7 aid pelItica1iatte a 1o1tt SS IMWra ecjateSb f j4diIIhc13ci Ilt t 4 = esMrsc41 WMi oa liberal e 1ltt iiis 14 rwMalloBi of rsfpeci 9 r 4t f t rll j1 f t ttId1 y Io t to 19y RrftI6iJJr SEPT 36V 1 7 r jL IPe4oIfMENT lit iiLft authorlied to announce J ocr Gore ofSjarfngfield axandi r y i 4 tlaLoote eiiatorfrom the FJf i tuI 9 ttia1I istrict composed f of Myion Wathi3gton and Taylor t o iM jttbject to the action Of the a j EJ party dd Ji hlsvli l t trlliriStfcnipiiia 1i fi Iias aaid Tticblink illusions to Y 7J J pnScbrs 1 alId politics LLdtth htl J J Wo ghi forward a storm about 7i j jbt fi at Vtorsi ears fro iJ1 tbue itiiiiiteta who haVe emk lirk isi Vb gitmecf poliLtcoo tIC 1lS ad liane Heary is busy ex arid r i JO7 J i p4Dgt thith inet no disrefr Ut b it to the ministry Itseem 7tet ltos l iijj b4 U the other Ministers do- iy f1111 klOt dabble in politics ndti4 fti j k iti pou1d be bdtast ior the edi r4 Of thi CoinerJournal to sneer Iii ttc1rgy 4n teneralj lf b PM Jtfft drfiiQ s cfi a thins on account tiit f of a few irresponsible preachers fI7oikethinkIng more of polb i I JfP tiCanfreIIlon h JLJt H in Ji7 Ow Tyler the Democratic Louisti 1 vlllt bafi practically decare3c t fjlr kl r tgLSunday clos 0 f iiaiwgnti yTa open to w 34 Mr + TyJirjs making abok k 1kpr for the tough element vote 1 ti v S i ad he will probably get it but ii Sybc 1ioped that thcre are h enoflf k good Jlaw abiding voter 1r to carry the election for th Y t rsideI look more than ii 1 1 ever that Grinstead and UJ ften f tireBepublican ticket witi carry- t Loiiivillc by a big majority r t t ExGovernorWlIham O Bad 71 ley made his first speech of tliK campaign at Princeton Ties fdy before two thousarid people i Jhe whopped tbingsup Vitb f alhhIoIc1 time vigorj forWili 7f d and the Republican State- a tlcitet iin pS iealJIll Jhe CanalZOnfti ft i The high wages paid make iii 1 c femighty temptation to pui t fFjnl artiwtns to join the torcf n J of sicillpa workmen needed toT j cMaitwuet tthe anama Canal p J Mavy are restrained however kt bthe fear of fevers andjiialaria If St It m ihe knowing oneFthosi fwhohv u1 cd Electric Bitters who go there without this fear well knowing they are safe fromg4 lariousiqfluencetith Elect ic Bitters on hand Cures bio dft paisOa too biiliousness weatr ni arui all stomapb liver andt k dney Crubles Cuaranteec- byHsy4on l f J k JRoberts n ifrug j Eist5Oc15 Jk I IJi lt = f The Lexington Trotii 4 if 1t F a g Commence Tuesday T Oct 1 2 a8th and continue two weeks 4 Hiitttoric sakes are JtestedIi t 1 i daily ardtbe roces are filled I l jfUli sensational norses from altI pr fljiarica 1 nYmeeiDgatLexc a J 4 iogtoQ ore first time KItuckvs Great Trots are always i the baeton earth and this j ca- + lf aebetter than ever ixcursiG1 if lu i rates off one fare round trip are ilt iJa force from all Kffiltqck- yr ifet r1 Prize Band of America c 1 littd Blanche Brnbt Mebaffe y b t ithegrand jper soprano willi i gica daisy Cqncrrt R mnbe r Ute atenckt8to 18t and at- t c f f i t 5t yHPr s if xrfMMl for that ch ri jwwr takk rlirlit where Jtrstit kcs1 J ever tii7sW Nd over corj 1lt4 lStZflJ1 fJ W I LeVttid t aIMi BtMit r PilU Th y ar tttet Mir jrk kidney kllItMl of theJ 1A vIaW tr tlk bLth e Red Croku 8tie JJj Ar rw i1 r55 LEiNGTON1 I OCT 818 1 i GREAT i t c B Ass tIATlON AT LEXINGTON JfeiOOjDOO STAKES AND PURSESl l 22000 Kentucky FuturltyOCt 8 50OO Transylvania LtOct 10 502Jlnute Pace Oct 12 3000Walnut Hall CupOct 14 3000McDowellOct 16 One or More Stakes Daily WEBERS BANDBLANCHE MEHAJETEY Soprano HALF RATE t ON ALL AILROADS v n MQORlfiSSVILrLE t Sinqe our last there has been born to th4 wifeof Tbos Reed 12 poun glrl t Ailof our oeople here return t from the State Fdkmuc leised with their trip j iNfr Lee Godby and wife dave returned from IUuois to makel l s their future home Several tfour people tookl in QOtfnty court at Springfield last Monday r Well jthe tocW lawillbeExited on at the November elec on in this precinct Of course or people have but ftw rights in another vear or two what w they liave will be taken away l11e om them tWell it llooks to mb that the lection this Npvember will be mixed lip affair but of course I rt know much about the elect on Mr JesPJle had Bsale last Pridaywhich was well attended Everytniaf brought fair prices CiB Troutmatf was ho auc cneer t Mr W B Barlow purchaserS new buggy recently from Sears Roebuck JI ere are several land trades sight Jfnothmg happens Mrs Estelia Hardin is on tbe1 sick list if nothing happens the tobac awtll all be in the barn this Week Ed Sweeney will start up hisI diths week cf tijare sowing this week akrge pcirjeage of wheat Mr Lennie Linton of thif place visited his parents near Bjlltrfield1 lst SundayIRev Bohanron was in thisvi organs11Dd terafi Mt Zionpreached new hisfirst minisr i l ejjrmon there Jast Sunday 13Severaltfie sale of the late Mrs Lbyd rhrnpson Thursday HowJ TblSb We offer one hdndred dollars re xard for any case of catarrh that Cannot be cnred Uy dalljp Catarrh Care Jr J Cbeney Co ToledOn O We the undersigned h4ve known 6J Cheney for the last 15 years 1e believe him perfectly honorable ah business transactions and fiuan cially ableto carry oatS aiy opliga Jticns Sade by his ffnr Walding Kin an t Marvin Wholesale Druggist r Toledo Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter ally acting direttly upofa the blood and mucous surfaces of the system stimoniars sent frcelr Price 75c erb JeSold by all CrngKllti Take Halls EaniilyPllls for constipation Found Dead Lancaster Ky Editor Lad ram of the Lancaster Record a message tfiisi morning hat 3ohn Leavell and 0kn Marsee both of this county were food d dead in the St Charleys Hqtel Hamilton p The two jbiing men are neigh bbrs and liye with their parent near here They left Lancate Sund yonthe Kentucky Ceo tral excursion The report that either committed suicide iis dis credted Thpy belong to jjhe most prominent families in Vhe county twere single and indus trious g rThe Tench That Heafs tllatbe touch of bucklens Arhica Sale Its the happiest combina tion of Arhica flowers and heal ing balsams ever comoundpedL No matter how old thesore c rt ulcer is this Salve Will cure ib For burns scalds cuts wounHs or piles its an absolutetcue Guaranteed by Haydon Rib ertspndruggsts 2os impnreythisheaIthJjnpsjtijroloy i1 kfos t1Jj pQsiUyey ci fJaJj f9rrns ot kzthy and iIaoder ds4ease 1tstteDsth ns 5the th911eyien t ldlbythe Red Cross Prag Sfore 1 uwis W 1 J j J fliar s Ewe1 PROVED HIS ABILITYs IA Tenderfoots Wonderful Feat In Herding Sheep Ill the jsvcst they tell this story about the east perhaps jby way of retaIIan ion for some of tlie tall storieg about the west that thor tell down east A young man just graduated from an eastern Institution of learning ventto the west and applied at a Jarge ranch rot a job What Can you do asked thee owner Nothing much but I lU willing tcework and can learn replied the eager applicant fKnow how to ride aihorse No I4iever rode one in my life Rather a slim chance for you to bj useful here Fm afraid what haveTPU to do for a man if could rider Herding sheep I think 1 coUld get alfing at thaiovery Well without a Jiorse Young man Im afraid yon jdont knoW much about this business II havfe easands of sheep A man without horse would niakea pretty poor show Well Ill tell you when I was nitcollege I was the champion sprinter of the Institution I believe I could db you Same good service I have n long distance record tdo I wish youdc give me a chance and let us see what I caii do Ithn good naturQd but pitying smite the ranchman said all right nut bade his new nina to get some supper turn In and be ready to go to work fairly the next morning When next jIiglh from the direction of the sheep ejuarters Spmewliat surprised at the ybung fellows enterprise In getting Up so early lie accosted him Well youre up and ready to go to work are you Oh mfcs Ive been ajt work for two or three hoursSThen the ranchman noted that the tenderfoot was dressed In working clothes a sweater pad already looked rather flushed What have you been dQlngSjhej risked Driving those lambs into the cor ral a What lambs I haye no lambs This Is not thclaillusensonrtIWell I phased eightyfive of tfiem in and I tell you I had tune otlt too 1cThe ranchniun went with the yofmg terfderfoot vsco what the story h told was about And sure enough huddled up togeth er frightened and tired out were elghtyilve wild jackrabtflts All right young man i think you do said the ranchman Chicago Ilec ordHerald A Bismarck DueJ A duel in which Bismarck was once engaged hind a very amusing origin It occurrojl when he was chief secre tary of the Prnsslaa legation at Fnmk fort He went nflich into soclctj nml one Chrlstmns atteriiled a big halI During the height of the festivities Bismarcks attention was directed to an exceedingly pompous individual who strutted about the room This was a Ide Clancy a noted French duelistt Later on this luiportntit HullvidnnJ took part in the dance but harm t omitted to leave his hat at the p4pc I place liad perforce to hold It ijut al most at anns length yhlje he danced The spectacle tlcklM Blsmhrtiik iin nieiiseli mid as the Frenchman citin sailing juajestlcrflly along llsunre- Iistepped forward and dropped a col into the hat A duel was one of th next days events Though It was with 1pistols Bismarck escaped unhurt vhllo his Oihersary was wounded Home Grown MotorsIEven a book agent sometimes falls of achievement through unforeseen misunderstanding Colonel said one of them affably to a Texan whose re ord ho had looked up beforehand those are mighty find boys of roursV The finest in the country stranger Bnid the cplpneL The finest In Tex as I reckon you buy them anything wantWhy stranger I buy them any thing they need whether they wajit It oriroL Then colondlet me sell you a cy clppcdla for them Theres nothing else wIlt do theta much good The colonel looked at him in tJston Ishment Why stranger Lsah1 hcm boys of mine dont need any cyclopedia They rldp niuheiYoutJis Coinrianlon yrlndowsra avejiue elevated road witness one custom that reoms peculiar to the people livinp In the IiataIoiig tlnft fine of travel T ley q I1t1X rec 8UC imcrs of crapo Ic tero the second and thlnl story fi oi thntnpeii on five cSca e Somehow the LJc1n yell relatives eel thor ciapo on the flat house door vlll not Indicate with sufficient clean ess- Vfhl h tuuUYl1nssuffered loss sr point out actfeA1 v rooms wl c- imournhigexIpt5Jj11Ilows ufO h in g with eapXcjark Press Ai LonS Us la11n tirticlo smokLztg thin W cstt inlhter fiazetto Of tanidon Bays iAtr VniIngtau1noniitoag not ni pjiioko in oommlUqe rpouw but In tt Donate Usolfv Often n tashlngtoh pr ntor has bepjiknowiito deliver a patetIcrRneclr attending to his IPfit nt regular Intervals snd followed n crowd oreportersesgen1y takiss jIW t vtttr a 1 SCOTSMEN IN KILTS Thaf Isr One Sight You Will Not SLaIn Edinburgh A write lot the London Tatler has ifebif3fh Edinburgh and reports as fol C loWs There Is onei thing that always Rli disappoints the vhjltor to Edinburgh no nUll that sa complpte absence ofkilts uof or rather the absejiice of Scotsmen in poi Htstt you meetU man wearing ji kilt in the streets of the Queen City of the Forth it will ba grave mistake to Sumiose that he W the laird of Gqr muck or some other equally famout SWhighilantithe sdrt JAS5a matter of fact his nrnetint wijugis Hodgklus and he is employed dur side ofupof Lothbury avenue London B GJ saw Another mistake which strangers are apt to make lies In supposhrg that theagood people of Scotland talk Scotch IjIco shall never forget my surprise pu thorn raoto when a policeman at the corner of Frederic street to whom I remarked ed pleasantly that It was braw brleut the nlclit the ulcht whateffcr told inc toon push off anti stop asking him CQUun drums Scotsmen do not as a rule talk atun They possess the gift of silence the to a really remarkable degree I known guile named tonald who lives inW Perthshire iii whose society I have methines spen l whole days stalking he elusive sthg without his ever vouchsafing a single lQ mark of any kind 1 remonstrated with him once pointing out that such silence ushls imost amounted to taciturnltyv rfe premised to try and cultivate it certain mcasnreQrJarruJitan1 after we had Walked across the heather for live of could stthuthe suddenly turned to me and exclaim thdhadln JJamaica after which stnlkintfo ffort he relapsed once more habitual attitude of respectful silence fng liii OLD GtORY on The Way This Name Forthe Stars annl Stripes Originated InThe term Old Glory used tdesIfnatc tire Uajg of our country i a flivoiqite and tli expressioh is a very liAppf ne j It disi well Iufonuc8 that the name origihat he d with WUllnut Driver capfain of thiJ bark CiuttJea Doggett Tills stntciiieujt tldhIfmnilyr nOd from this we find the rot wl facts t eaIsailor and was at the U llC making his vessel ready for a voyage to the south ern Pacific in 1SS1 just as the brig twits about to set sail a young man at the head of a party of the captains friends sainted Driver on the deck ofbthe Doggett and presented to him a handsome Atnerluan flag 19 by 38 fcet in size The banner Was done up In stops and wheu It went alof tfand Alas t6 the breo Captain Driyer s the tradition thoU find theren named it Old Cio The tIagin1Jj carried to the south can and ever aft crward treasured f its 01101 to Driver removed i Nashville Tenn 11IntIe outbixmk Of hC vkilities between tin- tnorth and south Old Gloryflew daily from i window in the c captriins Nsish hrulewar became facts it way carefully se flcretedWhen the war brfee out the precious flag was quilted inlty aniiiuocent lodk ing Comfortable and used on the captains bed until Feb 27 1SC2 when the Sixth Ohio marcljed into Nnshvillcv Then the flag came out of its cover Irig and the captain iucsented itto Hi regiment to be hoisted over the cuph tol There it floated until it began to tear jin ribbons when it was tMhcn down and n new one placed tile uuIUttogj After Ufo lldcuth of Captain Driver tlit first Old Glory was given to the Ja sex Instittite at Salem where It is stll1 preservoiltaiul ninyhe seen by the cur- lousIiuliU4 City Journal THEATRETALKMO2 It pays to waitafter all for the good comes hi time evenln the drama bringing a splendid recompense forsomeof the cheats you hive had Monte Cristo which comes to town pretty soon is aplay that cai be seen again and again by those who have souls to feel the spell of real romantic THEIGREATEST DRAMATIC TRIUMPHS OF THEATRICAL HISTORY both itkartistiCJl1y an has phenomlnal success throughout the entire worldand wilt live in the annals of the stage jas one of the highest examples of dramatic literature HOW EVER MERITORIOUS A PLAY WITHOUT AN INTEHIGENT CAST an artistic and effective production is impossible No pains or expense has been spared to get the best Young bright intelligent resourceful actorsii have ieen selecthd in each instanhefwith express reference adaptability to the parts assigned them t e l Jt fi1 50000 FRANCS t 1 The American people arc broad aged and liberal minded They are ready to hear any remarks listen 16 any tryItpass lctpromptly OFanyaANYTHING THAT IS POPULAR IS GOOD AND- o NOTHING CAN BECOME POPULAR peopleenever make a mistake Newspaper advertising will induce the readers to try anything thats advertised once f EIERIT DOES THE REST A shinIing example of this principle is that of IIwhichII tsoonthis play has been produced eatt 10sQn after season fpr seventy years MUST BE MERITORIOUS DONT YOUTHINK LOCAL PRICE WILL rJPREVAIL t SPRINGFIELD OPERA HOuSE Thursday October 24- a j j3OQ USES TAIL AS BAIT ids Thirtythree PpundTuHle Aflcv Half HoW Fight uests of the Mill River hotel at gefield Conn were treated vto a el1 sight when a dog after a battle lalf au hour dragged a thirtythree nd snapping turtle from the water Serowuo Is owned by the proprle n1IJ l brllglng In sticks and bits of wood wn by one of the women patrons n the turtle seized him by the tip hoi tall Jhe dog turned and all tii4 visitors vas a churning of the Waters Then if was seen tInt while N ro had ltrUe the turtle also had him En uinged by the shouts from the ve nda the dog fought his way slowly land lIe cauie In circles his teeth fasten In one of the turtles flippers and turtle with its jaws in a death grip the logs tall It was uecessaryjto cut off the turtles head to release the dog And from wound In isis rail and scratches made by the fins of the turtle Nero n5 unhurt Lint a very exhausted dog1 BASS AND CRAWFISH FIGHT Novel Battle Between Rival Residents of Red Run One of the strangest of under water battles was witnessed recently by fl Radfortl the clianipon bass fisherman eastern Pennsylvania The trouble arted in Red run a stream that flows Into Devils pool a favorite haunt of e blaoliJiasSi ned run Is filled with crawfish Had rd noticed that the fish were leap aixrat In anunasualmanner Loo closer he saw the reason yn iy of crnwflijli was attacking the eclool of bass driving them frantic by Il piugat their trails f a sudden the fish all parted away the direction of Devils pool and o a few seconds everything was ti oL Then the water was lashed to om nuti dead crawfish Hew In every ir ctlol1 When Rnt1tord looked again saw a magnificent eleven pound bas rise slowly to ithe surfacje and turn over on its side Scuttling down c stream wore a dozen or sosrvivors of the crawfish army mos- thmInutlelrflgl1ting of claws LOCOMOTIVE LANDS FISH Shark Hooked by Alabama Fisherman Pulled From River by Engine Tlie largest ftsh ever captured In Ala ania one that lipped the beam at 330 pounds lins lirehMiught by Jack Phil lipsa keeper of heBigbee bridge about foiuvinilcs frolIk Demppolls Mr Phillips hind beenXrepeatedly wor by some object obstructing his set ook and liets and flnalty he resolved put a stop to this meddler in hits sport lIe secured a large lon hook trace hafntand baited the hook with a large fish and fastened Chchalii- o a treb near tile bank The foext morilng Mr Phillips visited is hook and endeavored to pull the dliain anti hook out of the water but ot ant inch would it give lie pulled repeatedly nvithont effect Finally he summoned several npgroes to his as sistance but the result was the same He was convinced thatsome object out TIIUTSHARk WAS SLOWLY DRAWN OUT OI THK WATER of the ordinary hail been booked Ho secured further assistance whoso com bined Help mamiged to bring to the stir face a large fresh water shark But the help he had was not sufficient to draw the shark on the bank despite the act that It did not make any at tempt to resist doubtless belfig too weak I Mr Phillips enlisted the aid of the conductor and engineer of a freight train Other chains were Secured null fastened to the engine and also to tin chain III the water The signal war then given for the engine to move anti the shark was slowly drawn out oftbV water Xews was sent Id l5emopq1Is andl n number Oc citizens visited the scene rouie carrylpg kodaks others measur log rods and several a weighing ma fliiwe rue shark weighed extictly 330 irnun1r and measured eight feet plghtinches A SERIOUS LAUGH Tho Penalty of Mirth at an Ancient Church Celebration There Vasn church ceiebratlon of a rather exciting nature many years ago In Lynn Muss The occurrences mark ing tint dedication of the Old Tunnell Meeting house In 1GS2 are recorded by an eyewitness awl quoted In Olin digit Oldpaths Lin After the oral l ceremony of dedication a feat was held Ye dinner was In ye grcate bartie of Mr Hood While we wet e actable a rooster flew to ye beam fv lpni bendS Mr Ulcliardson yo K q Jiliu y minis for In a Very Joftd ol e and stately filch proclaimed that tho ye house was t cmIUfibyfhis wbigs onding ye dusVdowu on to 5C taMe Yp couipanle hurJed n plos itt yo misbehaving fowle but not being of good aim did not hit and with a whirring noise Jt flew to yo ground as if in ds- t gustSMr Gevrishi was lu a mewje WOOd D 11n XTRAGOOD 1 You Find the Labal l If in Every Gannet tit up STEIN coMAKERS ot naving nit tnors aoour nira lie en deavored ye dangerous performance of gaping mid laughing at ye same time In doing so lie set his Jaws open In such a wise that It was beyond his power to bring tlidin back again His agouie was very greale and his Joyfu1 laugh was softir turned to gdevous groaning Vo did our upmost to stay the anguish of Ir Gerrish but could make out but little till Mr Rogers who kuowota something of anntomle dLl bid ye sufferer to sit down on ye floor and taking his head between his legs turning ye face upward as much as possible gave a powerful blow aid sudden press which broughttye jaws again Into working orde But Mr Gerrish die dot1 gaps nor laugh iuu b fore neither did he talk much fl that matter BESIEGED BY CATS Hello Girls HaVe a Horrible Timer Catnip the Cause As theNnlght force of telephone girls filed out of the Melrose exchange in upper NcwVYorlc city to go to their homes they wund the street hi front of the building fall of cats There were white cats blackl cats and tabby cats Some were fat andl fiuffy others were lean and bedra glcHL And therg were a hundred ortubre of them In all The hello girls stampeded Some went back intue builHlng and some went down lelrose avenue white oth1 ers went out Courtland aveuue A few went completely up In the air stood still rather and screamed What tile felines were doing In such numbers was for tli0 time n mystery deep and dark as cat nature itself They roH tltIn tIm dust kicked up their heels nnd railed softly to each other In vnyl4usIpyii Thomas Heanpy who lives at One Hundred and ElKhtyfnutf street mid Morris avenue happened along He is fDIt flci4Q Q1tt1i1 STtMrDIlii it private dotpctlvot phd here Jn reality was n job of Kontl 1ng that called Tor prompt nctlnn Hofjjjojr bogai n search which led to n gwtat flowerpot which hud ieeil set UugIMJ the outside of n bulldhis by thin5tcieplioiia xcht1nJtc In tbolotagreat spreading catnip stalk bad grown No enecer found It until that morning and when at last it was 10 catchl and the word went round the back fences gayelip their denizens nnd the street fairly synrmed with cats Mare Adopts a Calf A trotting mare belongingl to W flackett of Upper Alton Mo has adopted n Jersey calf Prom tho day ft wna born three woeks ago the calf has shown n strange foiicluoss for the mare It has deserted its Bother Tins who dwply grieved chews her cui nml cohtPtnplatcs habeas cqrHns pro cntHlfngtc Tlie calf has taken JUo ph c i la the nihrcV nffectlq ttnl ft VacAnV t hiiKtounuco of th gopil faahloncil kind The more fights to protect hat adopted ward lind shows a pair of vir chops heels tp Bossy wbenevep sIi comes ttouc 5cJ q 0to this Store Offers Yost h fL The Best Boys Clothing Made f ncVI iMyAre r 4bsolutelyGuarcmtiIiJ 1 tTHERE are sot malay makers W1hvtA reacfced tW mark of iperk rity fry wfcich ttWe judge J bysr clothing aJf about 0Iie fa Ua yp can count them M thereof ODe hand J But were found the bfcst of all Were gdeoer the field sorted sifted and rejected util were settieS upon and know that t At i XLRMS9DCLOTHESFOR represent the best any maker can pro- duce the best any store cia sell the but any customer can buy In 31AS22D you ret it1 style quality and better serrice YOM secure more of value in these respects than in ordinary clothes because of the higher grade or cloth linings and materials used and because of the newer way 0t cutting fit ting and shaping these into garments Keep the name XZSM2D jin miad store4Comej Sett for Schoolln1Ioec4JIJLrys JMfcU breitedceatapati sNn117 alae Jtaiaaa Stihn tJtforyaiiagiUri 2i 8 10 Antvaritv ata1rta tar a t1 Me aad all the colon puttonw tRMtrMi Pric CQO to fIXjOO The RoberfsonClaybRHc Co t 1INCORPORATED tt5iOO EDERHElMER II J c I SPrinJKT t N i 1jju r iIi2 J II JIIi I 1 I The Kind That Kills II- II r IIIIHaydonL Robertsons i 5 I I 01 SCORNER DRUG TOr rlIC f sli t 1 jJIIt j Farms For Sate 4 BY MCELROY mmm Real Estate Insurance Agato 1 lit SPRINGFIELDKENTlJtKYlo t 1rNo 201 Farm 12k acres one mile South of Texas good 4 rooaa dwelling PrIceS2OQeI34 mile fr jn Lebanon on Danville pike allgood1land well fenced and acreINo Farm 106 acres situated 5 gooddwelh1ngrasyPriceNo 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 miles west of Springfield jgood dwell lug and barn good corn and tobacco land all lies welLs Pflce 16 peracre 206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 barns well fenced and watered Price 3700 I52iore farm located 1 121111s Springfield tlood dwell outbuildingsJmpovemnt repain Price 15000 204 12 90acre farm 4 12 mis from Springfield aU good land Sixroora Dwelling stock and tobacco btrm wire tencefl All the land In K hlrk state of cultivation awl lies wen Prige SCO per acre 70 iQQacrefarro 3 12 miles fro nrips eldi small dwelling house aM goad barn wire fenced and mostly igrass Price tooa WllUsHr1Kylies well Mostly in grass Frice per acre 210 108acre farm Ideated 8 miles west of jpringfield Good house and barn weUfenced and watered Near railway station Price 13500 212 100acre farm locatedl 7 miles from Springfield Good small house and fiarnjj 50 acres in bluegrass Price 1500 IG11F QfcliMi STATEQFNTUCP H County of Washinrtdn J August term ol the WaiUajrtMi County Court August 31 1907 f This dv came Q WGrJcslJl acL filed it petition sUrned by twenty Ifj t voters Moorcsrtlle votngprclct- No 2 of Washlugton cowityj Krtuckyj and moved the ce rt te MM an election at the next jc r1o IV tMITotel avgoal precinct 1Utthere19rt r4that t tt Ictie1r 1 213 34Oacrefar2t21b town All JIs well = Wg 1dGood improvement of every JaMb fine woodland around dwellW Price 10per acre 214 aOQracre farm fotw inUes fOSSpringfield Goodl Bwrayitmeatsr JM4 4fe all lies f acreI103acre fawrm located mile northeast ofSpdngkld 3 aftfe jC tobacco land twP IMp crtT MackvlhleKyin grass Price 160 per acre 219 140acpe fazw t acccbottom AlluidaMl ewl d fHMtt t bpusea d rood tobacco barm 1aYjS f5 r acre t 22L 100acre farm located i mik iteast of SjHTlBcteKL Sa1lie aaigood barn P4lc f2i0 t 22L 191acre firm located ifa rZ1foooiaptOfteI1U r tj2tusacrefaniiMOperac223 130 crefrm I miks w at of SprI1Id all gdWefl lilt uie H naL IWacve224 IftJacre larm located ear twoIarnst 2 140acre farm located 4 KVJL fromSwrinrieM AntOOi aidMjk weDft1tCed 11r 29i 350acre farm cate4 J nHleft south of Spcinf teUU Good 4pemeats of every kid Price ft227 aQOacre tarot iaRI3g Iwel1Ja aM He i I wMfer tksiue It is aa0e4N ucI 4VaSS pfMre tio will folk M e placed oa wtetferor not stdick bll b aIIs1 s terg oa the WbUc ias sait pcecLt J 1Jepy Attest W Y ra lacompUa ace wftk tbe theaf m tAt WIa stv- C iltI cniby ao4J- Mresvllle u1 FTSIMICIIL a s4sh lWa couty thst the polis 4LboeswtbsDextrrgularortberecy1 thelpIwpsuto whether or not vtock shall nm at Wipe oa the Hibtc highway In smd Xooresvllle prtcinct No 2aJ S Dibuurne S W C t g DRJJ I BURTON IJ ftft aDNT OMTIT- I I ffATEETh EXTRACTED ftTHoU PAIN sc i m p Msim apNQF11LD nAU DsntaI Work Strictly A Firtclmir J DILJ CAIUDI ifftr o 14j iai aiUirgii1 Vi t1Ja9g iIiIam t 1 1to2pm t Dr focS J lal1lptOOMn tbS y tilherillnet y feN1cerlcHIS taWsiicit N 3 i Sil FJ dRlGSBY AT1ORNEY AT LAW f f IoZVs iik1 iJBoBdi it IARDSHATT 1i1iflyilctiii aid jUgaR frQccery op4s Jrbterian ClUlNbj D W W Ray cr yslANMrneNt- hbce over Haydoa ktRobert- SStorej J 7 oa1RMtdtnce 115 172 b I4 at k L J1tNYMAYESagt toFJIEAI 1 JiXDffiRSEDEUKIiiHIR1 S E r ElTELEFHPHt thDAY11LINJT74 I rli5 fail Railroad ich dufe D JtQltoiitogl thlim schedule np1itia eec on the ardtown- 4ftdSpriBgtield branch railroaff KP 41Leaea IiOitisvilii atd JunctiocojrjjirrlvM at SpriigfeeM 705 pm thSt 450 am Bardslown 607 ft m Jrdsfown o650m Sarriv at Iiouisy ll 740 ftm t v No 4ZLave Louisville t 820 am Bardstowa Junction fi10 aMr BrBtowB 1100 am of tgxnrm at Sprmgleld 1280 p m No44 Leave Springfield a 100 PM Bartht wn 220 pm p r Bardstpwja Jmnotion 485 pm rriyes at JkHiisTiHej 545 pmin I hlo 90 Sundays only Lieavee T i 18priae1a at7a5 am BsrdpIowa 8 am Bfrdstown t1 aWl arrhes at LouisviUj i j ft am fi f J JiTo 91 Sttndays oaly Ltve tbiSbfciaTilli at 6 pm Bardstown f J Jmactio 645 pm Bardc town arriya Springfield f 1 1JCiOpmt 60 7 KIUCOUCHSMsiCURLTHi LUNGS 1SSIwmIjjflgi S Niw Discoviry p IFIIi am a it JIJIbT Vse 9 rJPDMATUlIlU i l on Market F Jlr NtriWhallen formerly J w1tii Mr J H Kearns of Leb ttonl tJii now tswpciated with il W Jj Smith j Market Street I between 3rd and 4th Lonisville 5 lty We cordially invite out frfsuds and your friends to a1i OQUS when in the city and to r send usorqers for any goods t jail may need ssiMs 225 ttCif r Per Gust ItIe4 Is bd 1D0 ptr jO Case itJ Wehipto a L pnlt froi- t 5Lo vilIe Houeor rsoii ig kJ wrfv25 State Street NwA i SMI TwU tftJ i WLSmAg2 Ihtwerst ktris of Ii test k i uss NsM befor tlN dctli he v save I IM1 JMlJ 1 o kP s Xldae Care- It tlte fitat nigu eit tronb M U OOCMC- Nirr gatftriUom and jeitifc Jukis 4iiea e and diabttir oI4by tijjttd JtB3 Drugstore j r f I61 I TOWN j w ii6H fi fiM Lca1appenIns Qf Interest TO Freshest and Latest i jUIAtoHt Yurcir Friends ami Acquaintances f iar Brutter To Speak C I10hn Dr Ben li Bruner theRe J publican nominee for Secretary jO f fcJUte will speak at Witrt noonItSel tc Brinier is one of the mostn rceful campaign orators in tnef 115tgteIt e political iMues discasaedwill fwell to come opt X l anted a good tobacco tenant next season SRrGray W I have for sale two jersey balls old enough for s rceaJ r i WI lieachman LosT An m1re1b with iriy QlIrav d on handle Was ffrom f4Ji treJ Aiyes- r Ingf ore Plesrettrn Lwttitr AfBtl1rn 1m i a llrs SamAnderspnhasmPved to om his farm in the St joeneighborho4l to the house pn Main Streets recently bccupiecf byfMqMay3s fOflonSThaticHon Ben Johnson will speak at p a Court House here this eyening at ooockli Mesira Campbell Bottoms for YMOOdrtwoOOSSCbLewia Goatley also d one io same party at same lO I3hrley iVestsold a colt Prank W Simms for 100 ted Its the simplest thibg in the worJdlollH Hy6mei and cure catarrh Br aih th medication rougk the little inhaler in very putfiitand you will get re ef atgp Money back ffit Sold by the Red cross rug Store jQn D Remember Dr Ben L Bruner jle- iIlapeak at Willisburg on Fria afternoon Sept 27th instead Saturday as was at first an t nonnced Dr Broiner is one of n e Ijest stump speakers in the jje busiand everyone who turns 6atv will be entertained Speaking will beiUt 180 PMSl at1 NOTICE There will be a show niule colts at my place Satur A rdsy r September 28 at 1 o clock m Everyone interested infmules iia inyited and a specialt rt tt is extend to buyers hre will le about 30 mul- esreit and fPr saleSJE SHELBYw tipe per cent penalty has been aaied to all unpaid scho i4ax- jor 1907 which must be paid in j djays from date or a tax war rant will be issued and piacecj in the hands of the Sheriff forIi collpctirji fS G C Wharton Treas d Eniina Turner and Fannie r 3es two dusky damsels en a gfcgjed in ajgcratchirig andjjjliair mltin match on the streets ere on last Saturday afternoon s n aftQr disfiguring each other to a considerable extent wer looked up and afterward fined a Police court The Turner woman lives in JeffersonVille and was a ViSor at the Copied t olksfair lr A R Shultz has received t Portsmouth Ohio paper vhich contains ah elaborate de scription of a wedding viljich iook place at the liomeof tbe bride at that place on September I llth The bride is Miss Lena V Brnnner daughter ola promt nent business man of Portsmouth while the groom iis Herbert V Shnltz who is a son of Mr Shultz of this place xand who iis remembered here where he lif ed until about fifteen years yturs ago Bert Shultz as he wta familiarly called is in busi ceia at Salem7 Iod rwIJere haul bis bride wilt make theirt L V iCrj G Ti Jahvis jthe Repub VMM npmmeior State Senator Jr tlhis district spent several tors itf the county last week an vItthe i voters in several ec 1fthe county Mr Jaryis iftj that he iis faeetinswitb en ccmragwnenfc from all sides i his cnvses id bs ever reason- tobeiiopfuI of 1he resultH B o d a thoct ilicin tt coui tibbttM fcfcw OR Mooday afternoon iiiwjbiihi to di lail l hU jitti fcude o the temperance juestion EyingthtThi litands jciuarely JOPIQ3 1 II- tn n =the Republican platform and j as always been a temperance aland for Ipcal qption We extend a coreial invitation o anyone uff with catarrh ThelmoneyJ HyHaineli does cot curel Sold by theRe Cross Drug tore tJb G Meeting Ata meetinof the U DO held at the lesldence of Mrs M HyattTueday considerable amount of business was transac ted Mrs Carrie Durrett was to act as proxy for the president Mrs E OWalkerP and Miss Elise Durrett wits ap pointed delegateto represent toe local Chapter at the State meet to be held at Paris Ky October 9th Almost a full flembershpnda spirit of enth usiasm seemed be very much evidence Lecture Course At a great expense1 the Spring field Lecture Bureau has secured ur high class attractions for M is winter and the Springfield ublic is to be congratulated 1pon haying the privilege of enjoy ing the great musical and terary treat which is in store e it The first of the series il1 be the appearance onto orrow Friday night at tbaOpera House ofthe Whitney Brothers Quartette These four members of one family are talen musicians and put up an en l tertaininent that for refinement and attractiveness cannot be surpassed Thenextattractionwill be the v Harmony Club another musical Company which is said to be unusually strQng The date of sits appearance is November 9th I the evening of December 24 E eWitt Miller the celebrated turer and entertainer will t On January 25th Rev Father Tihen a noted divine of the Catholic church will deliver lecture on some popular sub ptt Season tickets for the course- R re to be bad at2iOO and the aTh of seats begun this m rningllt the Red Cross Drug StcreO Queer Contest sDrrom a round of the fairs in Easb etn Kentucky where he was quite successful with his fast trotter Peter Pan At Mt- terling Dr RpBards says he itiessed the queerest exhibiion he has eViseenin i rins at a county fair He was called on to act us one ofl the judges in a qombined ring and expected of course to tie the ribbon on some good saddle and t arnesshoYsewhat was his astonishment however when thb ring was called to see a half ozenlong thin steere enter the ings each pitched to a buggy nl harnessed and being driven horse fashion The animals ere well broken and made good peed in harness After they b had been driven awhile they I were taken out saddled and bridled and a rider with a whip I and spur mounted each one and all were put through their paces The Doctprsays that some of the steers showed the distinct saddle gaits and their riders could nike them change from one gaitto another with the easeof a well itIMarried Near Lexington Mi Fj A Wareof this place was married yesterday afternoon l New Millinery Dri Rata andR adyfoWears My stociofMillineryis now ready for your inspection Oil account of lack of room no formal opening will he h ld1but new stock will be- n displayed every week anda full line of hats constantly on hand Your patronage is solicitedI t Williams Over Peoples lank r ADVANCE STYLES HH- LiLiLiiN DRESS HATS and STREET HATS t ForEALLWEARS 1 Are nQw ready for your inspection Your patronage is solicited MISS KNOTT Opp First National Bank to Miss Mary Clark a young I lady whose home iis about two miles from Lexington The wedding was a quiet hpme affair J and took place at the home of the brides parents The young pe- olewll take ajshor trip east4 and expect to return to Spring field in about a week when they will go to housekeeping in a new cottage on Covington avenue Mr Ware has been in Spring eip for nearly a year and isem J ployed as grader for the American Society of Equity at this place Death of Mrs Moore Mrs Amelia Moore wife ofIr Thomas P Moore died atE her home near Mb Zion this on Tuesday morning from tne effects of a paralytic stroke which she suffered stjv ral months oThe deceased was about 70years of ago and had been a resident of the county ll of her life and had reared to manhood and womanhood a large family of children eleven of whom are living and are as follows Mis oseph Gattpn pt Elizabeth toTvn Tom P Moore Blandinsville Ill Mrs Mallory and MrsGatchof j Jefferson ille Mesiaves Dave flu mplirey j and Cohe Humphrey and Will Cutsiner Logan Walker Mes is James L Moore and WtllI Moore of this county ami Mrs dhouse of Nelson county f iVIySi fl Moore was a good Chris ianw man and had long been ao memberof the Mt Zjpn BaptIsta cnurch from which place theh funeral occured Bowling Alley to Open- S We will open GUI bowling aly and pool room on or about ctober 1st at the old stand near the depot We have purchased tomecues and balls The alleys have een put in first class shape and everything will be new and J clean LEACHMAN CAMPBELL PayfYour x s Now You can s3vemoney and trouble by paying your State and county taxes now Remem ber November 1st is the last day of grace I Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Wash Co Notice to Teachers The joint association of the iountyi have met at the Springfield opera house on Friday Sept 27 has been postponed till a laterI date Notice will be given In the paper of the date FERa6AL Mr Eafe Bal riok spent Wed nesdsy in Lebanon Mrs u D Robertson and and Miss Sallie McElroy are in Louisville 11leaII county andl will be absent two weeks Mrs Ardis Brown spent llast week with Mrs John Brown at Lebanon Rev GV Lyon is attending Conference at Columbia this week MrsG W Lyon and Miss Lizzie Hoskins are visiting the Misses Hart of Bardstown Mr and Mrs John Norris of Ft Worttu Texas arrived Tuesday to iJitt Mrs Morris sister Mrs Sallie Sha nty MIss Ella Shaunty4who iis employed to lteach the Hardesty school was compelled to discon tinue teaching last week on acr count 6t bad health Mr John Thomas of Shelby county visited his brother Mr P J Thomas the past week Mr H B Waters stjent last week in Louisville Messrs Will Robertson and Harry Shultz were In Bloomfield Sind ay Messrs Will See maQ Jim Shultz and Clifford Roberts spent Sunday iin Louisville Mr Ben F Simms spent the day Sunday in Nelson county Mr Less McCrocklin Tof Blardstown spent Monday here Miss Maggie May Wycoff hal returned home artara visit io her cousin Miss Brig c VycoffI ofMackville Messrs Wathen Simms Evau spentSunday Miss Effle Lee Oter Thurmond of Danville is the guest of Misses Myrtle arid Mabel Price Mr Hamilton Robertson was busif i ness Mr C C McGill pf Lebanon was in town the first of the week Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton of Lebanon were in town Tues day Misses Eunice ONan Fannie and Annie McElroy were jn Louisville last week Mr Sylvester Russell of ebancn was in town Sunday Mr James Hughes of Bloomed was in town Monday 0v Mr and Mrs John Clements f Lebanon have returned hqme- ftth a few days visit to friends ere Mr Will Russell spent Tues day iin Maud Mr Steven Jones of Shelby ity spent a few days here with friends the first of the week Mss Hallie Huston ana Mr Will Huston of Maud were in town Monday Mr Crit Threlkeld of Dan ville spent Sunday with Myrtle Price MrLeon Aflen attended the lastweektMr John C Eastman of Dan uille spent Monday in town with friends Mrs G iFX Wycoff io Mack ville has returned home after w few days visit here The many friends of Dr J B RoBards Will learn with regret his determination to leave Springfield and move to liar rodsburg tpmake his home Dr RoBards and his estimable wife have made many warm friends in Springfield and Washington county Dr RoBards has buiU- aup fine practice and the com munity will miss him both socially and professionally MrBush and son Lynn were in Louisville last week Mr H A Crayproft wife and daughter uf Dallas Texas and Mr and Mrs Richards Col Sherman were here one day last week and visited Miss Bettie ycroft Mr Craycroft and his sister Mrs Richards are nephew and niece of Miss Betiie Craycrofb and were flora and rearedin Springfield Miss Phoebe Starkey jof Mar il1Sil1e ind and Bessie Caldwell of Da11Miss were guests of their aunt A CMcEtrov th6 past VekA Mrs J R Wharton a dson Qrmsby Wharton spent a few days in Louisville last week Mr W F Trusty iiia yisiting berparents at NewHope Miss Flora Mudd spent the latter paib of last week in Lou yille t Misses tfessie and Pearl Camp bell are visiting in Louisville Miss Myrtle Campbell yisit ingin Indianapolis DrH jJ Rodman of Shelby county spent Sunday with Judge L H Thurman and wife Mrs Rodman accompanied her hus oand home Monday after a weeks visit here J 1berweek Mr H M Grundy and Mr Will Wharton were in Lebanon SundaySMrs TD Wells of Lebanon spent Sunday withMrS JY May Miss Maryin JeEfriesSr of Lou fsvilleJis visiting Mrs Harry ShaderS IMrs Kate Spalding and daughter Miss Mary Belle of Lebinon were guests pt Mrs Chas J Haydpn Miss Fannie Smith visited relativt in Louisville last week a Miss Margaret Edelen has gone to Birmingham latolive with her father l General RoteK lee Was ithe greatest general the world has ever known Ballards Snow LinimanVisftKe ereatest Lini tpent Quickly cures all pains It is within the reactf nfallT H Pointer Hentpstead Texas WrltesuThis is to certify that Baliards Snow Li niment has been used in my hous- eholdforyearsauhasbeen found to be al excel t liniment for Rheu matic pain I am never without itJI Sold by the Red Cross Ding Stare A Card of Thanks As it was Gods will to cast a shadow of sorrow in our home we wish to thank all our friends bcth white and colored for the kindnessshownIns during the illness and death of our little daughter Mary Mr and Mrs B E Davison 0tThe wop to getrid of a cold whether it be Mbad told orJuata little ones to getit out of yonfaystem through the bowels Nearly all cough cures especially those that contain opiates are constipating Kennedys Laxa the Cough Syrup contains no opiates and a ts gently on the bowels Pleas ant to take Sold bythe Red Cross Drugstore AFQG AT SEA It Frightens tho Timid aria Even Dis countenances the Braver This curious picture ota arrival at the nook of Holland is by C Lewis Hind I awoke suddenly It was full daylight My watch indicated 4 in the morning We should be nearing the Dutch coast But why had the boat stopped Why b dthe devastating scrunch of the screw ceased I dunn bered from my bertha withdrew the cuftain from the porthole Sea and sky lad gone We were envelope in a demise fog The wall of the siren roused the passengers A fog at sea unstrings the certfes of the timid and discountenances the brave I noticed that the lauding platform had been ex tended and that two life lines were coil ed upon it On the bridge were five men The captain stood in the center with two of lila subordinates on either side They leaned over the rail peering Into the wall of fog I went forward Three of the crew were bent double over the bows seeking the bfuckmass- that might he moving toward us5 could almost fancy I heard the crash the shouts and the rush of feet The air was damp I went below A dozen passengers were gathered around the breakfast table sipping tea and toyingwltl toast When the siren wailed my neighbor a girl who was about to eat a mouthful replaced the crust upon the table and folded her hands A woman cried silently A large flabby man took the seat adjoin ingmine rested his elbow upon the ta ble and covered his eyes I thought he was praying but when the steward ad vanced and stood inquiringly before him he raised his head for a moment and said Ham and eggs Those homely and unfamiliar words relieved our depression also the vessel began to move faster Soon the siren ceased and when the captain slouched into the cabin and called fqr acup of hot coffee wewell I think some of us could have danced 4jtg I went on deck There was Holland The sun was scattering the fog We passed the place where the Berlin was wrecked Pooh Who minds fear on the morning after with nil the adventures of a new day waiting Checks as Wall Paper The wall paper In the oflltes of the Stoller omml Ion compjuiy at the stockyards exchange In Kansas City represents an outlay of 8000000 li made up of canceled checks There Is nqchcek on the Ivall that represents lees than 1000 The largest Is for 30000 Liberal Offers i For a short time only we will makel the following literal offer to our subscribers J V We will send ph- eNewsLeader one year and the uisvilleDaily Herald 3 months for 175 j Qr the News Leadftr one year and the Herald 6 months for2 Or the NewsLeader one year and Herald one year- for 325 I r II Or the NtwLadr ofli year and Loujsyille Hbttto January lit 1O8 for 75 j i ees ONE Rl Aisricti kiyCii- Dcinollstratioli September 30 to0tl5J YOU AlE ITEI TO ATflUI This delD9natratiow 1J bs eodasb atou store dudur e Miss Harrison 1w ExprtorsetirIEAUTYt IM 51 azi Crt c km RepreMMtmi the EakiMiMo Cj whowiU bepleudto help yoi reawil y any troM you have experinc in getting just ihemoyoa a411 t wear to secure comfort eead styhab fiftart it I be pleasure to her tphjava jou call and talk 014ISI whether you wish to purchase now or not i I tf r I We will have on Display 1I IH- 4II American Beauty Cocsei J 1I r in models tomMt VKJteqt To fit a fifure mad suit any pun f I Dontt Forgett The3Titte I Don Fail To AUen4 I I The RobertsouOlaybrookeCoTNCORPOWATED ICt I L iiEHi I TOur Fall SIOctJ- W7S t f t EDUGHT f i J J v i r Tid T i j wJand weareprejMureil givre tomers the adrntag of th low pnc i ssuh+ which are sellingattkeadvac li WW Jrrj t We Will Be4Glad f e J 4tohayeourfrindScllasiir I1FAUSand WINTER GOODS Ufoi 1Mat tl i n tH trGRDHDY IcIHfIRE JI Zeeee 4Sfc r Itiiflil ud Witir Clw TAUGHT BY SUE W RAY Beginning First Week in Oct er- Terms2 pti month Every pupU to have full benefttof Club practices in the Saxtbn Glee Club free Two public concerts during the year wjth contest for Gold Medal at the end of- the term Will also teach beginners on the Violin V Class room at my home on Mal- treet Phone 172 The cheapest aabest chance you will probably ejtate tQ1 ar something about busier a dto Jteam an instrument that willilwaybe a pleasure in a few lo 6titi Jlpt Begin at once andget the beiclt it this years Club TjorK J f LsLMFIid f 1 Lot between 090 p I v 1terday bOO toctey I biUos aUcleo lru piMI sad ack headache Tja losi Was e- IstOflClI bY 1ltdillCafBa- Rob tss rcifcttrt abox ac Dr raM Ptn 9banscure for l1a r and jaundicei 3 rL J i Sft j5 7 c r1 FeiMILii I Will wikM Mid prfV di ott ZitirEAolsr for aMtto MM iktp wr the bouit MM Isi4r t ao Street knows M thI t MM Jo Am opfd t =1J1 bIya1esboIpscb Ii r JiIr1borNM lyeti bbros iIiy as 1x itr firafr k 8jl MaINIiT4-M IweI Whtakcirsa11w1 w s peU A o In of- 4Ieead Oyr p wW tore M osu Mis 8 qsss tl- IMtaaa wuJ be ls Bal buTl orHoun 8yrop U Mgr fUmiv farrey chUdrca ileftr raffer with coniha JoW by the Red Crosi flrtl r Store 1 iNi iSe r prs OutFnor I r va- w fxi r Tritl wo ot dip tke old Relubilx w the tre of dirt poiltic bysIg yselFto ite dragged hit ths Pwn ctrovery jkW cam m gPpiIs11or good govettunent in Ken the twBk r waolttlely aicI empfcaUcallr Mr JiilBipa JdMrwtiif E WlllsoB th2 Re pttMten nomlB efor goyernqr in hi P 4K at B rbo rrWl tb fcrowd es p rds1a11 aM rnIci1 oiIh Powers and all at ap W Highest tedslon of icncyaIto whit Mr Willsoii to wEay l ryto Mr Iagers qj taepropoiMc at Liexingtpn 4k tkat I can prthnhse you ii a44p iis that If I am elected goveh or M teotbieky Mr Powers will have a aad hnet trial bfforo a falBdi4rt1al judge and a non partlsn v jirnd Ala applies to all men m 4i SiHctment in conneCtion wifii thi4 Coital affair who will come bacfc K Scky for trial wheaJLserfcTfc rtm tfciSpr iSl of the e men will have a fair f trt llt It the laatactot my 1 itr5aVa UllB order that ih reS may liemI r ot favorltltm made they wl I JjNrforis a Democratic judge f 1 that liwTls t e best man fltte i 1o jparfora thla Jmp t serticff tbiesMr ttattr In his speech at LemC tkatJiewouldnot par4 k Mrptowerji I wont promise you thi r v feCjl be pardoned I do not cgnsrdF YJV it J thtg fo any lawyer to fellt1p HipjNi WBSft ibfLwilfc do li advance of H g a and record If heroakes tiS4 be win apipeiii eteiy tie RI tV twiNKthy pas hons ot mencUr Iaer In the m1srhblo ranctt Iofpirt hat dhas eeu1lL to drt tks4Matter Into this campaign Sdff Ntlr It back th his teeth and rp rIIth4 pIcation liaL I ortlie Tlspu len party would release Mr PoW r lwlthout a faIC trial riiid a fatr rd oif tke c4 AidCwi 1avetxl t toa umlitheha it hal c faIrjtrIl beca1 a Democratic tipio i n r peals has had their say sohyou elect me governor I pledcp4 yp tto pbserj nicai office tbthCjoikftutlop and the Tw as bcomm Mcetf ttjjafi gentleman ai 1 etuew1 Ne aianma ask n1iI guhltLaj aia a full grown ma no child aCflMv te B6rTe to sy right here lie t for you just what I will dd and nt 19 p IT ii NOT qtNIED IL i iO deiiWd that ndaily even wernberthstate conimittees hcfld- i i a Mt joiriner i ndJftiB itratipn IFis not denied tfiat tltey manipulated members of the it at i senatorial caucus to yofe against tia t wilC of their constituents by tradiig then jobs in the public service pt tie state it is not denied ihaHPerc r H41viand Milton Board have been is plJcedatIthehoad of4he board of I ha rthe expenditure of all the money fqry the purchase of supplies df the reformaiij p 14rdune adherents cannot abuse VG Jn Hays because these things are true and the good people are inquiring Jrito them It cannot be denied that a the machlne acted corruptly In giving these Jobs to st Ue committeemen tor t the purpose of controlling the actjou of fthe committees of thR party that jforjt less than corrupt purpose could be c q 1 behind the appointment of such xntsn- asHaly and Board on the hoard of j control Gen Hays cannot stop things as Attorney general but as governor i1J could and would Henderson Gleaner fem 4 v Jl nd tills BameJTJebkhajriiHager m tIbine itpeople of the state With the record vb fore them will they do It 4 A Democratic campaign circular says H ji j 4it Is under Democratic administra tttm that a new KentuQk cjpIto r hjpru erected and withGiJtiTmpoi Ing u any additional burden upon the tax payers of the state j But the circular falls to state hoi v the capitol is being built with the fllsOOOOO fjindj collected from the na Uonlkl government on air oldfwar aim that ought qhaye been cAllectedpong ago AndTt1Stru that The ax ate IIiasnot been increased but the lew ijystim of licenses adds a trement ous r Burden to the citizen and Increases the ttatesIncorne which is being dis ur ed with such profligacy by8 tfioJ Democratic adm1nisratioiiI Wedefy an3 Be trt show where my S1nghne7eiln info bythe Ileni DcratiR adminlstration tdehforce the Sunday closing law with the escep tion of the recent spasm in Louisville which was lone for political effect k Andjjjvel the law has been on the JBtttt fnto hooks for years The Democratlq platformks IprQr mullgid by Candidate Hagor jdpes j afiijS lain single reference tqth JiewpiRranpA qijnptirm Was thjsan ertlgbt ar wa it lone deliberately J Hawk Attacks Woman v Attacked hy a hawk Mrs ccior e Berk living near YoexPaf Avtis badly ICSJotj her eyes Tim bird made its descontt r149Obtko woman when she was cngag t id iia sbiJng up her young chtckens igt1psskk14 aI41 Just about to rise whon idIj p Ujlcak frs Berk rellipt kAravd nudj the hawk then rcuowedffs dtlncii brfd Ir focrating tier faco iintl loftts ball HOW THINGS HAVE CUANtIEDW hat Hendjlck SaldsFour Years Ago j jij 4V I i of Governoi Eeckham l Hon John Hendrick who is now f ot rJemocratic nominee for attorneys yc general and whorls the ablest speak on the Democratic ticket was a4i candidate Wr governor against Govr jso iiar heckha fdur years ago and dcu speech at Ticholasvi a e jghicKhe scored the governor or hia acne methods j arid extravagance with the peoples money Among fihergoodthtngs tirtd Let Us pause and think for a mo i ont Mr Goebel was nprnlnatedoni twentyflrst day of June 1899 arid Beckhapi was nominated in July 1900 These conventions were afleastt if early eriPngh for aU practical partposes But after the governor mothered the committee with official honors as I have already indicated his suggestion they concluded to tallforce oft opposition lo their patron l saint who had showered so many w official blessings upon them and theytt gave to candidates who desired to seeII preferment from their feljowcitizens 20 days In which to canvass 119 counties And the governor exclaims ehold hqw pleasant it is for iieth e ren to dweil together In harmony anddpeaceVJBul44prfear that this xajcprimary would not dater peisons Xvho tightkihehistory of the DeniOvCrntic party crell l ted a money standard pTlxIaliilcLLicnr nd for thQ flr t t mi within the illstlory of the ptrty has sam to the as pirinfe young men of Kentucky thatiboy negdnot apply for official prefer Ixrient unless they can aff yd the urictappeal to ilie yptingmeiinf3ttre tate tollno up psalnstf suchm fhlne ethrnis and arretocratic tenwicies if they desire Jn thftx future jiS seek t honprs at ibc h nds of their ijqrt iuxf was n time in the history of grat Commoner of Kentucky en Cla the MilI y nr tbe- his1ins of braha Iiohii thr ail Splinter Stephen flotiglashea- b1e1 tanker Andrew Johnson aIlqr whnncitlier of them conld Ihjffve pnltlthj price jundfirflh arhitrtls ryt dccreBR oftlio commlttce for the privilege of running for office In the l tate fKpntucky These great 3elfactors of mankind who have gIpETfIelt l hp hiistorj of Kentxky dpooras thq pooyit floy Mv ha t dmmT3nweaJthrljutby jjluck and en v rgy and honesty they reached the ighest posHions wlthlnlhe gift of tit- eopicnot one of them would ever avq been heatl of in politics if the ethods of th j machine committ thad i idomlnate pplitjcal pjirtie jri Eyotuxij5nrnn th state owes itto himself tojebuk eckhanx for tints trying to convert the party 6f tKe people Into a machine dominated pothonso ppllticianrldden arty Is it wrong that I should re ter to them with e deepest sorrow The Calhoun Fee Sheakln or the xxdrmon f 9OOQO t iajd to C C lhOxxfdcok iectirfg 11300000 froi thprsoyemmeut Hendrick said IoLthxdistln- gulshed gentleman no longer dodge tfut explain to the taxpayers why he and Calhoun entered into a contract to sandhag the taxpayere out of this enofmoussjinrof mone l There one other item among many while am oothis subject that will call t upon Ills Excellency ito explain The United States government recently itss d an act to pathe Spanish meiCafl iipiiliclSj wlioJcnllsted from JKeTntucky oil Wme elapsing be tweeri their enllsthiient and the date of their being mustered into service tndbe paid to her soldier fioys and nof to C C Calhoun The governor after he was notified pf this through that strange and inexplicable1 attachment between himand Calhoun sent CS1 hPun after thi inone ivhlch was reeled arid Urbugiit tOT arikfort and deposited not to the credit of the state trtasurer but to thin piersorial credit of J C W Beckham wlpiout bond and when it was paid out about nSOOO was retained Who got It dl inity alp ni can ttll Let the governor jbxTplaln this and fjfhen vwill oblige he people and Ikewlse the gbyerndr by furnishing some jothsr information which I am loath to disclose without being forced to the point as to what became of a part of it As this money was being distributed to the poor sol Idlers who had braYed the elements ol a foreign clime jn their countrys deferise they were piatted upon the backwhile a part df jtjieir money was being withheld and asked not to for get Greeps Thus It wilt be seen that this young attorney without a practice received the sum pf something like 90000 for n llttle less than a years labora sum suflfci n to pay a circuit judge for his services thirty years a con gressman or a judge of the court of appeals eighteen years the governor fourteen years While the gffvernpr Is fliscnsslng he rcasonabloneV of this tee he might expatiate oh thesetriyial suggestions in the presence of the burthened taxpayers This money was paid to Governor Cetham aslthq commanderlnchlef of the soldiers of Kentucky under the cdnfstltutionand there is not a line of law upon the statute books or anywhere else to authorize htm to1 employ anybody to receive it or pay out gnu dollar for collecting it And jifhjle explaining these enormous fecir hb might Incir flentally girto a little attention and a few words in explanation as to why he employed counsel ta assist Judge Pryor and John W Ray In the fran hlse tax cases agaltict the insurance companies The fee had been agreed upon by these gentlemen at 3000 nd everyone at all familiar with their capacity knpws that they are amply able to take care of any character of litigation But the governor positively declined to ratify the employment un less his uncle 4 Cole Beckham shPuld be taken In He was Qnallyt taken into the cases Sand the fee in creased tft 5000 In view of these facts It cannot be denied that the governor Is exceedingly liberal with Uie heonlos itxinov And bv thrr Scottr E172ffOfl ttrtofthns cnfeebfed 4c W MCTeMmj jKMtfh and fm I p uWj with tIn4fatii tforhsIthy UJA- N hen Mr Kins anti tncl1 iole were taken into the case and V new con itract for this enormous fee was eOn summated Mr Jphn W ilay who up o that time had practically done all the work was dropped out of the contract and Jhe governors uncle substituted and since he was so sub stituted thc part which Uncle XJolle aS played n the litigation has been nomlna tl at he cnn scarcely kbe referred to as an attorney in the case xitjna livlsion of the fee rime forbids I should go farther Jnji the si kening 3Stalls of squan dering the peoples money in the pro iga1e employment of attorneys but le record shows that in his efforts secure tf e warm friendship of lead ng lawyers h has paid out consl4er hbly more than 100000 be the peo ples money in the wayoffjees The solicitude of the pyernpr for ear that some onewill sandbag the corporations of the state is reafly pa lietfc Sly experience with the cox porations demonstrates to mo that ithey generally ake pretty good care of themselves so the governors anxle y for fear they may he sandbagged Jeads one involuntarily to ask himself hat strange sympathy can exist be ween the governor and the corpora ions to indice such earnest But In view of the1 recorft of the gaySS ernor the remarkable part of speech Is in reference In pardpnbrok rsb During his adminl jati6n of executive flepartment hu has par oned more than IjDOO persons ludlnj remissions etcR for violating he laws of the state and the Breath Itt County criminals have been most liberally remembered We may at east indulge the presumpUon thattUb pardonbrokers have not been Idle hat lecaljty while Ljhe criminals In the grjrat city of Louisville haven been overlooked And now we have the traage spec of lion JotinrK Hendrick on the stump defendmp With all tile pow tt er of Ills eloquence the state adminis ration that four years flo he so violently assailed and jcondemned Verily the trail of the serpent is over them alt o Vdi HAGERS PLAJFOftM A 7 r t In tils opening speech itt Lexington JudgeHager6ad rdeSpt therefore come behre you with jjeriuiiuLury jiiuiiunu- y Zortiui ated ti fem enders arid n uidI- dOptedWi ibafe ba get y atternhd convq thht w1t one hat has en nut n gpuroves1 as- heisnjrui by the peciititnmeiedtes4gf thousands of my fellowDeuv ocrai for Vhose cpnslderatton it kis presented j4SIn other 1wdr8 this Is me ofllcfal latlortxi of thiocraJ1c party and its candidate WilsTjcirig true we da sire to jcall attention tq the fact that this platform contains leyen planks and not a wjrdis said concerning the emparanc question which is the par amount issue In Kentucky Judge Hager professes to be a tempe iftce man Why does he not endorse the cause of temperance in his platform In striking contrast wo call atten lon to the utjerarice In the RciJublican platform We favor the enactment and en forcement of a uniform iqcal ppiion iaWi with the county as tfie govern big unit If is apparent that Hageris attempt Ing tfr carry water on both shoulders He announces that persohally he is in favor of temperance This Is dona to catchy the lemperance vote He hen annoubces his party platform that ho made himself and Jn which tllere is noi n syllaljle about temper ance Thlsns done to catch the liquor vote t The people of Kentucky cannot be deceived in this matter They preZer o accept the honest candid statcnitnt t of Mr Vlllson who clearly defines his posttion without tibterfuge or evasion 4 MUST SPEW TjjJeM OUT William Jennings Bryan said In a recent speech t IThe honesty of the partys pur pose is shown not merelj by the plat fprm or the speeches of Us cnn rfdates avid supporters but by the character oNthe men who are entrusted with tie party management And if the Democratic party has not virtue Kjiough to anew out those who traffic lil politics It does not deserve victory npr can it hdpe for It Bryan pays those who traffic In pol itics must be spewed out and that the good laRk of the party must be shown by the character of the candi dates Hager Is a fully developed machine politician q trafficker in Polities who has shown that he regards public ofllco as n private feratt Henderson Gleaner Porn The state machine used the ma ihlnery of the party and the public patronage in such a way as to defeat Blackburn It remains to be sepn Whethe th party machinery and the patronage trougb can be employed to defeat the will of the people this fall Henderson Gleaner Dem Hair Wash and Tonici For ibm wash cat aInrge Juicy Iein on in inilves Dip the head in a large bowl of tepid watery while the lemon Is rubbed over the scalp and among the roots of thdl hair Soak and rub the hair thbieughly then rinse well in wa ter of time sumac temperature Dry at once with vi orgus rubbing and there will be no danger of taking cold No soap Is required The acid of the hem on removes dust and grease leaving the hair pliable and glossy Polishing Mahogany cleanjU jolt cloth dampen the cloth well and rub on a white soap making a good lather This ftib fieelr 6vc the article to he cleaned anti at oiurc wipe oft amid dry with Moft cloth The remit Is su perioi to that gpoifrejl wjth any polisih and more lasting Same gives the bct and most lasting pbllsh to patenUcatJi- er shoes r ii For Colds end Hoarseness Forcoias nndhonreeness lemons ai an oid and Jippioveu remedy For a cold time lemon should baljtoikdd Whole until ilioroughls ielidcr Well eaten hot witliloaf sugdf to sweeten just before rpllnng For upintcncsa the juice of a linum mlxotl ylth the stiffly beaten white of es tihUlioaf Jluptr pi honey losweeleuix most oilicaciia Odd and Ends of Soap A g4n for time bits pf soap that J ccnuultttc ptu4ollot Htiiuds 1s to dry jjjhm out thh11y placliisr on tins 4n il virirtlJ i JiVfH 3l 4heii pouhtl withVfcfuhesse Ipth Lagf they are excellent for tlii bath Phh Thin- Ps1ervous F 1r Then your bloqd must be irr a very bad condition You peftainly know what to take Thn take itAyers Sarsa paVilla IF you doubt then consult your doctor We know what he will say about thisN grand old family medicine Thtirh the first question your doctor would t alrt Are your bowels regular He iuowiothat dally action or tlm bowels Is absolutely esent1ai to recoverr Keep your ilvet active and youP boweli ieguiar by kthg luative todoses of Ayers iiI13 i AZradebCAyevCoLowefl7Lsza V1UeipWe bzive no icrt5 We publish the formulas of oil our madlclnes LAIN BY 3PRRO1NS Bridgeport Electrician Meets Odd Fate atJ Rochelle N Y BIRDS CAUSE FATAL FALL Beset by Big Flock of Chattering Chippie Bernard Donlon fStips Off 8eplad or and Drops onto at Live Trbifey Wire Startled when at warl on a ladder by flock of iparrotti Bernard Donlon an iblectrlclai of ITS BVPok street Bridge port Coi nloslng iris fpotlng fell Across n Teed wire anti wajj killed al Aost Instantly In front Of ithe station t the iw Haven rallrorid at New Bochelie X Y Thp tragedy was wit liossed b Tnoru than fifty ipcrsons on the statlp i platform and at bight of the body sus lended across the wire four wpmeri aliited They were revived with diffi oILy Dpnlou was employed by hgajlrohd andwas epitlilng a slight dbfoct In the wire pf the iiCToverheAli itI1olleVisys twn Pa ssejigcxV waiting for al3ca a a HE wAvED urn ARM TO WAFD OTT VIE siAiurows train to Kew York were 1nteredIyllwatchlng the man at work Hev4ts on the top rung ot a steilladder lumding over time feed wire when thb sparrows flew around him J tThereflying close together The flock carat aroiuhl a corner of the station and took Donlon by surprise Many of time birds struck him In the face and hotly He seemed bewildered and dropped a ham mer mitt chisel from his hands lie waved hlsjarms ns If toward off the sparrows timid then starting to de scend thQ ladder missed his footing i and fell The wire caught him at the waist lie groaned several times nail then his bpdy hung limp One of the passengers started to as cend the ladder with the intentiorf of taking down the boy but a pollccinan caught Him by the leg und pUlletl hun to the ground warning1 him tlmt Ue himself might minuet death The spar rows circlet ovov the spot for several secondsafter poulons death nndthen when smoke began to rise from his smoldering clothing they departed The body was held by the wire fox about three minutes It Vas swayed by time wind and finally was sent to the ground by the vibration Pf the wire as n result of the quick approach of the New York local Thpbody fell directly ltrfront of tIme train but it was pulled oft time track by a railroad porter just before UIQ engine reached the spot A physician examlntci the body and found sHght burns acrt ss the abdomen wirer time wire touched There was nl n slight burn on the right hnlid showing where Donlon hijd- aouchod thin wireas he toll fonyard Coroner Squire viewed the body In an undertakers establishment and granted a permit for itsTeraoval to Bridgeport Red Skirt Saves Twenty Lives With her red skirt tied to n broom stick as a signal of distress Miss Beit trice IJewltt saved herself anda party of nineteen young men amid wpmnen front drifting out to sea The young folks members mind guests of tire Borough Park Bowling club of BathBerfetir N Y left Bath Beach for Atlantic II Ijihlandsf on the ploop Adeline comuiauUed by Captain CMmrla Flncke As they wore i r p irOachliig time Allantlc ilighlands pie- rtiio boat struck a spile and broke Ire mijst and viidiler Snuluiilly time sloop drifted out toj Avijrd the Hook Those nbpard shOuLd I Invaln trf pacing croft Finnlly Mis Hewitts veil skirt cnught tUu eye of time yacht Helvetia Which rescued partr and Leaded them soaking wet and still in a panic at Bay Twent- fthfrdj street Bath Beach Uncenscioks From Mosquito Bitea fra YUlium Thompson Pf 1J Or char street South Norwallc Goini and tier son William were brought home after three days stay nt Biti Beach N Y in serious physIcaL con ditlou because of excessive mosquito bites They were camping outXvUh party and the iuosqultoes whlch tUvy Bay were as large as wasps were vo thick anti fca penlkious that finally1 Mrs Thompson iuu the boy b itaiu 0 uncQiiscioitSt anti a physician UiVt e called Their systems became soimx ulated with the poison that It siillb a i veral weeks before they will o well1 FISH FIGHT TORPEDO ful Sag Harbor Shark Tackles Tough Proposition TORPEDO WINS IN OtfEftOUND of Affidavits of Eyewitnesses Refutaa Oyster Day Theory That Sharks Do Not Turn Over 4o Bite This On Turned Over After Biting Also A shark which had appropriated e oyae bay off Sag Harbor N Y vlo nlentlylIhode Iffalong at 30 knots an hour ned started chase it Into Pecoulc bay nod thence Into the Atlantic wTheedo anti gaveit warning that the iva rs thereabouts were reserved but It Ith n l 1 b THE SHARK WAS TIlqTOjT KlO THEilJL refused to ic scanul ore and with JK petulent whir ofJta tall cbntlriued ow The sharlt rudely pushed It aside Tlie torpedo paid no anen on totbeag I1hinJItbirk t I Wo torpedos nose fatnesses bFre fl ijdeOMt1ayits stating tbqJthijskr t31 ttlrndverlYefore it bipilto-4flc re eiliet to 4iinIster B1tqe nonrelesbtkaife said tef atfouiid A the sharW tteth Sunk Into the torpedo It exJJtojJ bd w Ih Wafgv The shark was found vrrilitix later and sevcrisJwA Jdvod ffcet frSln thisceuefbattlejiThe ibrpedo ua bfcrge E W Bljss In thw torpedo testing grounds of the Bliss Manufac turing company ft uas of the Bliss b Le vitt dirigible type with a fauge of 8W3V yards and n speed of 30 knots Tins particular torpedo had been tired at the targetuets in the bay A few econds before It should have reached the nets it was seen to explode and tIC shark which had evidently taken It tor new kind of big was thrown Into time Air When It was picked up In the iiets It had been almost cut to pieces The naval ofllcers whqwere attending time maid will swear to the story The shark Is the first that has been i seen In time waters of tht hny so far from the ocean It was not far froni the bathing houses n Lightning Roasts Cow John Carroll a farmer of Hatbpro Pa recently found one of his mosts valuable cows killed by a bolt of lightm ring The cowwas1xilUjd In an open field with nojrees or fences near No ticing that the animal wjas badly char red Carroll took a knife and cut away tlm charred part 6t onqj quarters Bei noath the bumpd meat he fonnda Quej quairiyof beei roasted Just right to eating lIe inuHohod several mouthful and afterward declared that with pep per and salt time beef would have beend plenty good enough to serve on a de for dinner MISERLINESS Starving and Saving For Other to Spend When Youre Dead Im not opposed to n man saving tfloney roninrked time undertaker lighting n fresh cigar but I cant help feeling that It is wrong for one to do it by meanness and by denying one self comforts It is because I see so a much of this that I foCi this wily Whatever Is the reason I must say that Iirmy observation the usual result t Is tlmtwhen one has saved up money by this self ilcnlal the ones who receive time money utter death usually waste It Ta illustrate this let mi tell you of n specific case A few years ago an elderly woman died in our city I was called to care for the remains I as sure you that tire room liitp which I ift was of time barest nnI most Desolate places ever saw There was no io of IH little thlusra winch co to DO YOIT GB T IIP WITH AIAMB BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody wimp reads the news papers iffsure to know of time wonderful cures mace oy itr Kilmers Svanip Root time great kid ney liver and bind der remedy It is tine great med ical triumph of the nineteenth century afterycarsI by Dr Kilmer the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing ame back uric acid catarrh of time bladtler and Brights Disease which is the worst forum of kidney trouble Dn Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec ommended for every thing bathif youjhave kidney liver or bladder traubleit vill be found just the remedy you need t1t has been tested in so many ways lit hospital work and in privates practice and has proved so successful in every case that special arraiiRenieut inns been made by which all readersof this lifter who have not already triedit may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book tell ing more about SwarnpRbptand how to fimloutifyouhavekidncy or bladder trou ble When writing mention rending this generOus offer iii this paper amuisexd your address to Dr Kilmec Co Biughaniton N Y The regular fiftycent and one dollar size bOttles are Some ot swaispitesc gold by all good druggists Dont make nay iuJstake but rchiember the name j SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot amid the address Biughaiutou N V ou 1everyI jmake a room comrortaoie ana cneert t couldnt Tint help thinking that the poor womans life had been ar dreary one In a way t still think so She was a maiden Jady about sev enty In tine towft one woma who had been her friend She sent word to me to bring time remains there No one supposed time deceased had a cent In the world When we were about to remove the body the people the house called my attention to at small box which they said contained ll time effects of time dead woman When we opened that box e found that it contained 5000 the old adys saving of n lifetime In her efforts to hoard up this moa y sine had gone without comforts nild- ecessilbes had denied herself every ttle luxury What for Answer it A you can I cant relative the nearest one and the only holr came on from a middle At Innttc state anti took the femainsliome ith her for burial She also took the money On time day of tine funeral she Mi several hacks at a cost ofSiG each en she made the driver of each hack present of 5 gave the driver of the hearse the same sum and each of the two men who dug the grove 5 and spent 2500 for a nJonument The rest of the 5000 sine blew At the end of six months every dollar of itu was gone And that old lady had gone without neqcssIUes pf life to accumulate it And nijf friend that is but one several cases yes of scores of them tliat I wuld recite to you did I have the mind Lew iston Journal BOOKWORMS f Ther Are a Dozen Different Kinds f the Borers Oneoof time queerest superstitions1 lys Ieeontibnn1 booi d aier thla- the i4eaiuiftttlme bbokorrn commits immense ravages among printed volumes and yet has never been seen People thlnkIt bores holes through books and eatyont large carl ties In Uamiddfe oa voium hen disnppegrs anti tlupCrstition vEn goes sat as to Iprt that Ihre ooj worm Zieat a hale thattQdinojd- a n1atble rilit jn thtInjebook then vanish without lh1ng ny exit l Jt t yorethat ickrOachx- s dt4nbout2nncc harnnS book are a dQ- zmtlhfferimt kinds nborers that do iubro yf less damage rb books end be miaon why te lnzecf are pot Txope fteqtment caught tha they do ir5 work d generally ihave the ooK to enter the chrysajls state in otn er quarters None of tHe boring vrprms are large andevotfT when borer Is actually at yPrk fue jgnddeKapening of the bpQk allows the inse f s drop outAiibbservedt American made hJls oweer ar very little troubled by borers There arc so niany different kindS of cbejn Icals used in the covers bindings pa per and paste that boring Insects gen erally get very sick at the stomach efc they hay a their way far nto a4 Am can boo In uthern Europe wever great damage is of e tfhe to libraries sot only by boij cs but also by ants Which eat their way into the heart of a book and leave galleries and chambers easily mistnkr cn for the work of the borersSt Louis GlobeDemocrat A Knocker That Meant Life So cruel were some of the punish ments meted out to criminals in Eng tland cpntnrles ago that It was small wonder the poor wretches claimed the right of sanctuary If they reached church or some other privileged place the law could not touch them A curl ous relic in connection with this cus tom exists today In the form of the iinaint knocker on the door of Durham lathodral The applicant having ham mered attire portal one of the priests Inside would Inspect him throughxthe eyes of time copper mask apove the knocker anti after due parley would admit the frightened Criminal Following Instructions Here my poor man sqld a kind old lady here Is a sliming for you Now o t go and spend it Jn vile drinltf- Thapk you manra nnsWered the tramp heartily Ill not I suppose you was areferrlftg to the wretched stuff thpy as at the Dun Cow mum Ah bu Ill go to the Black Bull They keep the Tjlght sort ihere London Spectator Active Enough Physician reflectively Hm Tile case is one I think that will yield to mild stimulant Let me sob your tongue madam If you please Hus band of Patient hastily Doctor her tongue doesnt need any stimulating Pearsons Weekly THEY GAVE THE BALLS nd the People Dancs to Pay ths Debt of LOUIS lVIIn 1712 cmls XIV favored the j opera then established In the first salle of the Palais Royal there have been two with a special mansion for the better accommodation of its adr ministration archives phil rehearsals This hotel is sillied hi the JU Klcalse ThebuUaiuR Tvas generally designated under the name of Maga sin whcnce the term Fllles du MaRa sin not do magasln which asappllei not only to tbO fQiniUo choristers and supcrsbut to the female dancers ttoew selves It eb happpned that the king forgot to pay Wa ttichUeCts and work men In order to satisfy them the CbevaJIer de Bouillon conceived tim idea bf giving balls in tine opera house for which idea he received jm auuual pension of 0000 francs Bo was paid but the kings debtors were not for although the letters patent were granted somewhere about the beginning of 1713 not a single ball hud been given when tine most mag nificent of time Bourbon sovereigns de sceuded to his grave One day shortly after his death dArgenStiu the then lieutenant of police was talking to Louis nephew Phlllpito dOrleaus the regent Mon slguore lie said there are tropic who go uboftt5 yelling that his majesty pf blessed uumiory was q hnnkrupt and a thief Ill have them nrre ted und hOve them flung lute sqmo deep under ground dungeon You dont JCUPW what you are talking about was the answer Those people must be paid then theyll cease to bellowV Butt l 0r raon lguore Lets give the balls that Were projected by BoulK Jon Ssunit1 so doiitf ud the people dancbd to pay Louis JClVs debts aS according to Slmdwell people dra k to fill Charles irs zofferm Time kings most faithful tubjeot In J8 tervlcV Ofo not dull we in tihdV ouC loyalty AU rtafco his cofferf full Loliaoa Saturday Jtetlew i uimlT k ietiastF 1lwrjts Mrs Sv a Bailey of Tun ITnplton W Va I wasgpingiiQwnby inches from female disease with great pain After talc ing Caolui hiMy How JiI was benefit i 1I wIllkeepprfect1ycuredDespite the envious attks ofjealous enemies and rivals Gardui still holds supreme posftkmJ today as in the past 70 years fortheiief and i cure of female diseases It stops pain tones up the organsv regulates the functions and aids in the replacement rof a misplaced organ ThUthV4 IWrit 1ti 4sscd yw se4 we414 is4 SvuiM i A ZYeDtoreIn 100 Bottl I s tMiadytjsement eriipo l3rily in order thkt Irnay ievjse i and 1llJ in a sIjttire announce jirms a djtowi Ikoperty jt1 th meantime L I j prec to shOw propctive ptirchasers- sothe very desibIe farms ejjB B LhKE TbsReaLstateand InsuranceMarr IC 1Fke TbMtaaedecLci A SQ00 DOCTOI wlftrecomndTII I HOR HOUND SYRUP Urery cough wekena the innn lowons yItay Jreaki down the tiwtues 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