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CITycoRr jaa 1t JI JCJ- 2Grace TIlana1 j Ckr Attonwy bJUSTIZOURT j jwItct Courts are ke1d Is Jiuary A1tiilJLlTa I = k Lank DJrectwi t ETH IJ ctiXc Ker G W i yM PMtoc yIciiiatlIt Irtasd TWr Suitdzyv IIIs ek osth atJ1 a as47O P si SzMyck o1evcySsii5Y atLlOam PrrcbItI5 eYe47- 4z3g1t3 t CATHQWCCHUKCH jef PFJePatttOt ler rlcye1TS4artliail410 eetock aIIjServiCH at St KOM same fco r nSBTTRIAlHURCH bRHTT RE C Lawsoet Pastor r W eyiry H 1d11 LM H at p Msdiy tckool eye- yuay9 tJ It a si Prayer meejim rrtTJarmc at 7 e doek BAPTIST CHURCH ReW Wm HarrUpaWDliams Pastor rtacIiflevIY sday at i L aM 7i4t pm Sinday School every siIda yitt9 0 am Prayer meettag Vvery TaeedaT ec1dacatl45 clOck CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W F Rogers Pastor Ser TiceBlrstaBd fourth Sunday Sunday it936a1 FratsraaIOrers I ledgeMeol 1iutk iMurte t A Ctefter XoS meets every aeeend TIM e iiYt fytSmflMt Cenacil li 52 meets OB Terr ieurth Mood v ZJOORTI of TuJiAciDJIIeet 11 v1c14 IuDC- aCatahotthes MoaCh-p j IeMM ye n tt IMS f oMd metL CitaitTWlhe Stemeck = dIpdi l 4 4fi km me irutr Is exactly me c IDdps6OQ e Uitii Re l ef Indite kn i hrnes me raoes MnJnf the stocMok and rMe nerfMef tbe rtommch thus oaw w the fiiuMle to aecnte nHdn instead W me Jirieee ef j tun1 ie dIcmTWaHW oama ef lbs k Dyspa 11Mlfevee all laflammatibei ef Ike m oe c Itaitog Moinedi pr o c igprtpeee = JM ae satW WtIiaI l dpsis and aThss ksb- 1jodoI W YUt BotOwertf MwteilM SMONM rjMi Mae ISM trW wfctek lor emM f r Mr tf K O OetWtT aOO OMw ft iI Sold by Red OrjC SInp k 1L Tr J THE NES=LEADERf L m t W1IBNTO V SPEAK HERE Tk Republican Candidate VS R9 Goyeifnor to Speak Here on October 28 COpl1mittAngus tusE Wilson the Repub tkn candidate for Governor aMigiiidi date for a speech at 6prlnfield Mocday Oct ber 28th which urill b4 our regular county court day is the day txedand there will ddubtlesa be a record break inc cro wdlri town on that day to hf r him The State campaign acafcment was compelled to cat eel one of Mr Wilspns dates elsewhere in order to get hint t make Springfield as this place is regarded as an important Pont to make in the campaign His Dear Oil loner My dear old mother whcfis now eightythree years old trYes OQ Electric Bitter writes WB Brunsonx of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and enjoysj anexoellent appetIte fel j and SIMpe well VThats theI way Electric Bitters affect the aged and the same happy rf suite fqllow in all cases of female ii weakness and general debility Weak puny children toot ardI freatly strengthened by them Gaara wed also for stomach liver iad kidney troubles Iby Hsydoii Robertson Druggists 5O One of the Good Old Timers tealThe refreshment and rec reatiodofseeing a clean genial whdlesbme play which is also powerful and thrilling should make all theatergoers interest ai1L ge aemen ot r Frjftd G Conrads Qompahy here- In Monte Cristo Public favor for this superb example of the Aromatic melodaama is perenriial and itis gratifying because Monte Crstq repre ients all that is worthy In stage entertainmentI It appears in a facinating itoanner to the ini agi ntion and it feeds the hunger we all have for romance It is a seriea pf membrable pictures as preeintcaby Fred G Gonrad fs Company using the dramatiza ziOn made by one of the best of Monte Cristo stars Eugene Moore There are five acts in the play as given by Mr Con rads Compfcny He brings an unusual quantity of special scenery ftaflcs cn otcurci- by local applications as they cannot reftck tlie dis ised portion of the ear There is only bbeway to cure deaf DeN ad that is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by Ir laef condition of the mucous flu tog of the Eustachian Tube When this tttbJB is inflamed yqu have a rum bling sojuud or imperfect hearing and ihen itrU entirely closed deafness is tie result and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tnberestor ed to its normal condhiou bearing will be destroyed for ever nine cases put of ten are caused by Catarre which i acthlng but an inflamed condition of che mucous sursaces we will give one hundred dollars for any rase of deafdess caused by bylHalllarsfreeR J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by DraggIsta75c Take Rails Family Pills for conati p4us I 0 Experimental Tobacco The Carlisle Mercury has thei following account of an experi mental crop of tobacco that isj being raised in Nicholas county Ofrtfriday last we Visit farm of Howe Morris dtheI this city where the experiment Ifrailinc cigar wapper tobacco under Cps is being made Abcutons enIclcsare made of slats or lattice butte feetbirh and the en vire lot iis covered with tobacco xttdnt JThe tobscco grows on 4alks ae large as the average 004K etaiks aad be leaves pro feet freei the sbWJkOyir five or ix iocbee a 10ftbe plantts r V or tvelTe feHhifh ione ja iS jkfea six Ken The leayea b in Titiiflg at the bottom and gradually mature until the top is reached The j ditIerent1from j in tobacco raising Instead of cutting the stalk the leaves areiI are plucked and strung in hands which are placed in the barn as other green tobacco It is esti mated that this crop whihwil amount ltdseveral thousand pounds fiJI cost something like two dollars and a half a pound While Howe Morris are culti vating tfr tobacco upon their farm the cost is being T aid by James Smith of Cincinnati A lost Iorlliy Articl When an article has been on the marketfor years and gains friends every yearjt is safe to call this medi clue a worthy one Such is Ballards Horebonnd Syrup Itpositively cures and all Pulmonary diseases One of the best known merchants in Mobile AlaM says For ftve years my family has not been troubled with the win ter coughs we owe this to Ballards Horehound Syrnp I know it has saved my children from many sick spells Sold by the Red Coss Drug Store Lebanon Locals From the Falcon In the Boyle Circuit Cortthe jury in the case of Piasley Stew arts administrator against the L N returned a verdict for the plaintiff granting damages in the sum ofJ2OOOt Stewart was killed at Gravel Switch about a year ago while engaged as brakeman Mr Henry Walls and Miss Alice BoOne were united in mar rjage yesterday evening at 7 oclock at Springfield Rev Father Hennessy officiating Tbe groom is a son of Mr and Mrs J W Walls of this city and is salesman iu Mr G R Latimers store He fe an energetic andc popular youngman and deserves success Jhe bride is an attrac tive and pretty young lady and much admired at her home in Bprihgfjelcl M r flarlan Christie suffered the loss of his entire crop of wheat and most of his rj eM ojday fire While threshing the straw took fire frornthe sparks from tthe engine and before it was discovered it was Beyond control although thtre were twelve men at work about the machine at the time Th4 sepa rator which belonged to Qharlie Hill colored was also destroyed bjr the fire entailiqg a loss of about 250 There was about 150 bushels of wheat and 140 bushels of rye on the whole ofI which Mr Christie had S GO an surance HehadgonetoSprmg field that day to take a lot of mules and knew nothing Of his loss until his return home that eveningi i Out of Siqht Out of sight out of mind is anold saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats bejeu treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its ojt of sight out of mind and out ofexistence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Haydon Rob ertson druggist 256 Is Never Warm Danville Ky Mrs Quintilla Earls is said to be the most re markable womarilin the United States She Jives in a house erected 100 years ago in the Rogers churchilocality south of this city in Oasev county She was born in the house in which she lives Heat affects her just the same as cold and in these swjeltering days she sits beside a roaring old fashion log fire with dours and windows closed She suffers just as muchwIth cold on the hottest July and August days as she does during thje bleak zero days of Dec m- ber and January When she takes a trip to a neighbors house or to tub county seat she wraps up her ears and head wears overshoes and heavy cloak Mrs Earles has thr6 ughout her life been so constituted and doe not know what it is to be effected by heat Her mod is cleaf and she r snorei distinctly happeniqgs of than threequarters of a century agy and is an entertaining tal- kerMrsar1esis a devoted J member of the Rogers church but never agrees with the mem bers on raisingthe windows and allowing the doors 1o stand open in the summer time How eyer during the recent years she hasibecome reconciled with a coupe of tot warmers and a heavy cloak and a head jvrap which she Wears during the services She sleeps under two blankets and three comforts and keeps a big fire going alll night in her little Jbwceiling room A Criminal Attack oh an inoffensive citizen is fre qufintly made in that apparently useess little ube called thei appendix Its generally thei result of protracted constipation following live torpor Dr Kings New L fe Pills regulate the liver prey nt appendicitis and establish egular habits ef tRobertsons 100000 State Bank r Danville is tq tiaye i State Bank and Trust Company It will be orgauized heie next week with 100OCO capitalI stock It has the backing of several men of great means lonefwhom aloneis worth 11500000 and he iis deeply interested in the new concern An option 1s been secured upon one of the best business houses in the city and itii is the intention of the parties to begin operations on the first of Jan uary next Considerable of the stock has been ploced here and more will besold thought there has already been enough to insure the bank Tee new coecern will inaugu rate here the system of paying on time deposits which w 1111 doubt proye quite a drawing card as as this has never been in vogue here before Advocate THE IEXAS WQMDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment By mail for 1 Dr E WHal1 2926 Olive stree1 St Louis Send fcr Kentucky estiraonialsT Where Is Pussy I William Jennings Bryan will not see the Bluegrass during hisi visit to Ksntucby October 7th and 8th On the first day he Will rio from Louisville to Owensboro making six speeches during thedav The fdllowing day he will go from Owfinsboro to Murray making seven speeches These th r teen speeches in Western Kentucky will be Mr Bryans contiiblitioni to the Democratic campaignin Kentucky On the train with Bryan will be James B Mc Creary Gov Bdpkham Thomas H Pav llterW B Haldeman and Urey voCd sonj If Mr Bryaifcan harmoniz that Quin tet he is a wonder y the way what hl1s become of drinl Pussy Haley the Warwick of that teaparty Can it be that the Glnl is cultivating modesty Harrodsburg Democrat Fplcy8 Kidney Cure will cure any case of kidney troubL that is not he yond medical aid Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store BEGINNING TO WARMUP Campaign Is Opened in This County By Speeches From Both Hagert f andJhCoIr The State and county political campaign is fairly under wajs in this county now Speeches t were made by representatives of both Estate tickets in the county lIa8tvweek The Republicans have secured a candidate for Representative the person of Mr W B Barlow and thus both t sides ihave a full ticket in the field t Oh last Thursday night Hon S Wj Huger the Democratic nominee for Goverdor and HolI 4BflTOhRSOQ of bardstown t spoke at the tourfc House in in Springfield This appoint inent had been extensively advertised both by posters sent throughout the county and by circular letters mailed to every t Democratic voter in the coun y by the State campaign commit tee TThe greeting given these tvo distinguished represent tiveS of the Democratic party was frost When the speaking began there ttas scarcely fifty i pe3pehhthehOuse The CicrovidM gradually increased however t morel than a hundred of which number there was a fair sprink ling of Republicans and a several iladIeS r After la short introductory speech by Mr T ScottMayes Mr Johnson besran misaddress i He devoted the greaterpart of t his speech to defending the acts of the last KentuckyLegisla ture of which he was a member and which he claimed the Republican campaign orators are attacking Mr Job ngon deal fain details JBLe gave lb3 yote on a j numbeycf bills creating new state offices anti when that vo e j wpuld show that any of the Ite publican members as naving voted for the passage ot the billE Mr Johnson lwould draw thal conclusion that the Republicans were equally rresponsible e for the ci qating of these new state offices The most remarkable disclosure made by Mr- t Johnson dtIriogth course of his remarks Iwas isis relation of how the Re publicans expect toget enough votes this fall to overcome the o great Democratic majorityin the state Mr Johnson explains romewbat likejthis In both the eastern and western parts of K n tucky there has baen in the past two or three years a remakable development in the coal mining interests New mines have been opened and thousands of miners have been given employment Now the great majority of these coal miners are negroes r from tbdrstatEs and many are exconvicts from the convict I camos of Alabama and other soathern states Mr Johnson argues that ninety per sent oft rtaese negro coal miners and ex y CDnvicts will vote the Republican ticket and consequently the Republicans will probably have eiougj votes to win Mr John s m then proceeded to raise the cry of nogro dominatiQn and equality in case the Republicans get pow r the state and one was u IbetterthanITHE KENTUCKY I I WHEAT DRILL Always reliable always satisfactory I It Will Pay For Itself 1j r I have Ileft some of that Good Breethin Cheap IIAlso a fewcheck J lines v arid gid1esII IIi L John Lily Jarter I A1 a raminded of thedayiof the Car pet Badger m the days of recon i Rtruction in the South Mr Eager followed Mr John son as the main attraction l1he Democratic candidate for GoV ernor is a well groomed and handsome man Be has a fine stige presence add ie lays his speech well ort speaks his II piece well Mr Eager evideut If gave hjgi Springfield audience the benefit of all ofJsfespeech as he memorized it Hrtq thein troductory rewjjW where he refers to the felpe and retire e p sentative audiece The speaker devoted the greater part of his speecn na giving figures to as to tthe receipts and expend tares of the present Democratic la administration as cor spared with m the Republican administration W His conclusions ware rather tl Vague and proved only that- withinthe td pastlLwelIe years that the resources andihe taxpaingw facilities of the state had in creased to a wonderful extent Mr Hager touchedIightlyon t 4temperance do There was a total lack pf eIinthusiasm among the audience and no cbeer and very little in applause was evoked bv the to speakers is an old time Demos crat remarked it was very unlike a Dprriocr tiC speaking in Wash ington county The time Was when the presence of ajDem6 craic ncminee for Governor inISpringfieldwas the signal for a crowded house and roof raiflingM enthusiasm Hai d Tlmgs iKinasTThe old days of grasshoppers and drbuthi are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of o Coddell Earl Sbam burg has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered He sa3 8 I was worn out and discouraged coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried I Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to cop pietely cure me The safest and nfosb reliable cough aud cold cure and lung and throat healer Oh everd discovered Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson drtl2T stoV50c and 100 Trial bottle free T For Sale Ill A good seven room dwelling n Grondy Avenue BLotHouse newly painted Nice llocation Will sell reasonable For further particulars call A oa TDTapp or MdElroy A Whartcn Real Eslattf arid Insur ance Agents Springfield Ky CBruner ecJJcbanonhea RepubUcanccnididat made a magnificent speech here ti tahisstardthan that of Judge Hager yest terday many Democrats bemi present and the speaker was giVen the closest attentjonal A MrrHager s speech yesterday in which he made so many misrepi resentations and Dr Bruner an swer d it in strong manly terms andsatisfactory all His ar gumenl was free from abuse and C hit erues and delt ouly with the fopiainthcaseThe speaker made a hit when he refer re to the Democratic nominees eleven planks in his so called platform He said Hager was parading before the people in the country as a great temperance man and had refua H ed to put tbe twelth plank in his platform calling for temperance In his campaign hand book That he said was the holein the platform which Hager fell into when he got iinto the citiei Ot kiTnisran4oplehave Cur Iba Hagar believing him J to hegJ a aLstraddleranxiOus for him to nswer Get alBradleys question c acruingte votingfbr Tyler TaIt was evident that Dr Braner 01 touched many Deaaborate eepeet ally the old ones whjia he sbow Jed up the macWne Itt Fkfrt stJBSCRni t 41J KENTUCKY 4 4inK4 i ever did before After the speaker had Mia ctuded several deBKjcrate booir hisi hand and gledged Htk awii the entire Republicaa tkVet tbetri support MarJoa 4oUnty MMaiy Kuee a emocr tjcmajorifyfroei ourJo the hundred Ibmt tiitkconceded that it will jpe cloee when the vote is cuet in Novea her TkwaasA Edisoj H frrfii rcanluventor says Fillv e4ght- ercenof the illieM of ftkll I comes from ea Itiilpipeifo- rtoo 4 mockfoodjHibj l9re faKtixei overWSulge tk m eltes This i where Indieestloa lads its togiaiag nearly every C M The iernrnik caB do just eo Buck work adore and whei ot overje ad it ar hen yo eat the wrelktad offe- he I digestive organs caaaot poeslblj b the work demanded of them It isatsnch times that the tOtHCk needS help it dsias4s kelpa d beJcldlitC1sourYou shbaldl atteai to tfifa at oa ce aking Rometkia g1 tkat ill actually the work for the caXOdOJl will do this It is a CombiitU erf tQral digestaSts aad vegtakieacM and contains teiae j lces fettM a healthy stomach It k pM t take It digests what yea cite old by the Reel Cross Prag Store IllaolMyH p L t W V Ill hang my harp in awillow tree ru off to the wars again y peaceful home has no charms forme The battlefield no pah he lady J love will soda be a bride With a diadem on her Brow Oh why did she flatter my ooH pr1de Shes going to leave me Bowl hi why did she flatter my boyish pride Shes going tolleave me now he took me away from my warlike lord And gave me a sllkemsuit thought no more of ay jeris- word When I played on ray Dutusl1ite She seemed to think aw JN aWTe Her pages of low degree OlTl had Ibut loved wltk a bojlk loveS It would have beta better far e had 1 butloved with a boyish love It would have been better fote hen Ill hide in my breast every r selfish cayeIIll flush my pkle cheek with wixe When smiles qwake the bridal pair Ill hasten togive them wise laugh and Ill sing tho ay heart maybleed And Ill walk ui thefestlve traim And ifI surviveltIll epunt py steed And Ill off to the wars agaU ut one golden tress of her hair Ill twine In myhelmots sable plume And then On the field of Palestine Jillseek n early doom d if by theSaraccma basdi fall Mid thenoble and the brave tear from my lady love is all I ask for the warriors grave Selected urt Bleed 0klR OlBcaseB Cxit c Greatest Blee4 nrlHcrFrc If your blooiis iaimrer thisr dlg sea hot or fal of JUUMTS if 1 aveblood tOi ell cuce1iiEU ting sor ct waeCa l ckIa sings iiM eabbt in bone pz1c catarrb 1 eoa sin orakr bkwd or skin dliiiit ke Botamlc Blood Bal 8 KtB on all sores heal acheaMfjNUM op and the bloodis sis epiiread Wtilarge lkdeeafterllTreat Nominated LawrerSctburf Kl1fltbsp- 1epii tprqepect of sun ese O Trout of this pae was today nominated 10 make this rtct r Legislature in this dieiriet4a e tnterost of the HepabKcaii party tIe iis one of the sot prom i nent B pablicans ia Aad trio county and cp aianfesolyefsai respect Ur Trent atOM dllltr e nted Washington Cirttniy ta tee Legislature i HerygJo sH of Taaia IlL writes I cam Urtwlr aMw y prt lieaik be iaysXIdsej- re I trtod t 4tr uviaU klll4 dney cures bs sIM e sC- ackIB C84t1 tU1I 1XFow bottle cured gift I y palm is JIIT1hnriM J aay M MS tr4kHir bwt tttftaks to Feky xwCl aai well aitf CM Walk 4ajoyaf 1tba pks iirrate codItto sIS4IIs IdIIJ ki Sold by Pod ot t i WUWAT t lIu1dt i IA + ztI i rUJi MeIi lit I at 1 5h Jrfta 1 4 f s k r I j i ft ikstrrlAJit hiij BoiL BriftMir Up itt1l J candidate for UI ielr i7 t ibic ISUne dbG 4NkM Wit lliIrE There s ott1 Oornprl the dsW m I 1 i 0 IIOf spog b11i DOUpceclforsy Mmi JM chsn ff rrw Oiu- to this fact there WM lf at imilIloWfl of ciesoti 1 LlJJlr twhaMJeWM imwas made isp In tnthisiigsi tTh wfoM r bY county chsir w irGrcgbwbo iObtO s JIf speakers ilr W B rk- swbaiatobtbeupiIiii t 1aof0t IRtiirssiiilasjy sto lower boesObb XtJitLtg islamrtf j ack a Isw nmiiM i I 1lD whIch be t aotai tbM irl fe bIDg ImpOtiwd b7- friim4s troboet lb c s + be lDi ooai t tDd vcmW aeoaps ete lixMK rof beia uajrmoMma aid wo W main k taceand ttseaia beei o I wineMr Barlows ae nsst WM rhWWaWasm and at UM eloea erf Ito sseettBc b reeiyet 7fiMraveea rrf Wpporf tfrG ri krfor State Sector from thie Jte hrict also V m rttste aamovacia hit caniH aey aisi t jMKdiiic beaaP4Jt + i votsrsf Waeliiiif ton obttnljr 1 ti spokebOarad Jot fartjjui q won irs qU intrrapbed by app Dr BiiDr 5aa for aelal speaker i i disf ll of his isbjsi Bk arrtput of AM DeeBoerMfe c J v MM aoias aid ita Ih t J of the most aereve f fceardiilM eova4jr He eafia t Jecko sad his crowd ibot mo loafer be bas Ds crate th1Iabe a m sic M them Ife Br ae aaU Rs bliosa viwy Ia Lttjig i Ci7Lli414 r Mb tbt his o7owio l hrWc1rnttej t iQIi f1tHeseys tfcee be ISM is I l eechee air over 4br Tnrtfc tCeicreeeioaal l dieHet M oeaer JMiaes aI4 atait yhcies oos thIS grottt tktbr tAi iietw L Wike ticket He MTiU4 it J ir L peoples Tictorr 1 Jf c I tj t tMtlCblik ul r c lilvafl aad J laJ 0 tea who esite rs 1 I f j rttbt of HMOS GoaMtyV tttr MiroW joaof wfijise mm of ebsBon Kywt 11 hi- IID1aesofIlqlsorburne1issvis tpear t 4fois sJd lo bare inftjhsd a iMaj IN ise tsIa s UamsiI m v f ikfrosm jeetie Ofa good faaU Ittpi DdHd iVrV- BGooiee 7 i Wol Lebx B He MM a 1 o nlfhi wbtie iat jteed to Yetd S v h u iorw a hei ooeinc his b s oIh es Kb rlhttra s- i uri JItIa bur ml HsV l 111U J roiv 4 Iu-f r1L 1 A that 0S1 dl a 1 t rt iraei the eal- so i M r v hsdb 14hd DelII c1sy LUIk4 4bstl M t O =eLIu I bl7awtb M 1 iposfit for his paj ea 5 d aM E b wtet OQ there sad JR jr io kMttstt Mmi amsbooW sjipemr WteB b oasae they arrested m vtlk the warraat char tog him with being a fugitive froii- jqtLoeLouisville Herald v Tw t I 1 v yu rwii 7r r r JIfJWlADrRIr4jJJ l 2J11S Ar J ItLAYAMIN ADVANCES J i J t4SSpftINGFIELDKVa i 5L DAVISOJ5Jr- t t b 1 I 1Ot1Cuc pel f iin t + k a Pl1letUO l r i1 I 4 pol1Ucalmtte r v f iUcjr1ji de on 1ItrltJt 4 34t4rIe4l iL riwolutfiJn pf respecv r 4MprL4e t I 4 iwMs c 250 t THUDAT OCT 3 1907 J a IcketljZf i f The ifollowingI ticket was nominated fi by the Republicans In State Conven liOil in Louisville to be votedforat 1t i i teNbyember election ES v FQt GovruorAUgthtUS R Wilstfn L9rUiei 1 vjoi Lieutenant Governor WlIj pox MaysvilleS J J Y i For Attorney GepcralJ am5 trrethitHopkinsillI ttii PorAItOiFrankP Jap1 Har iij Tlburg Fox State Treasurer Capt Ed 4Pa1ey Paducah n t J For Secretary of State Ptr Bet r1f II Brnner MunfordvllleRr 1 i For Superintendent of Publfe InWp tructIonJ5G Crabbe Ashland j Far Clerjc of Court of ppeaIsg J NapIer Adams SomersetSJ J ir tr Fr StateSenatorJ G T T arvls is the Republican caridU date orS te SehZLtOrfrOm the 15th Senatorial District composcd of l Washington Marion and Taylor counties t ii fl For Represehtativei a 5 t iWB Barlow is a candidate for ry Representative in the Lower House 4 bfjthe Kentucky Legislature subjects i v to the action of the Republican party G y Barlow For Representative i J f j Mr W Butler Barlow Bas anS nounced as a candidate for Rep resentative in the L gislatun froni Washington county subject to the action of the Republican party Hr Barlow win etiJ regularly nominated by his artI3 in auetime witbout opposili iit IIand he has already begun an active canvass of the county g Mr Barlow is one of the county ktfst substantial citizens vand 44h fanners Born and reared in the SjS county he has led a useful lire x and has earned the respectS tvpf all good citizens He has J been a life long Republican arid hiis always fought for and advo ctted the principles of thatparty He has never been a candidate fI 1be orelii1though frequently ed to be out has been conuth tent to labor in the ranks for i tti good of his party Mr Bar Iit fr JoY has always been forany en 4 terprise that was of benefit to the people of the county ande fji especially the farmers Heis fH an enthusiastic member of the American Society of Equity and- has aided materially in the or fanization of Locals in bisfe neighborhood Zf elected to represent Washington county in the next Legislature it is safe toIt = say that Mr Barlow will he iiL guided In all of his dealings with 1 J ran ese strictly for the Iest in f rt t terets 9f the psople who shallIfLt 1tr tiriiiuftithi withi such interests i cardJ i This Js to certify that all5 druggists f areanthorizcdto refnnd your moneyr 4If pteyja Honey Tar fails to 7 yoUrxioUsrh or cold Iit stops IiII preventIj 11jI i 11 jSf ia aM coHBumption Contains 06 J opiates The g nnine is ina yellowi package Refuse substitutes Sold bythRed Cross Drug Store- r l t Death of Dn GonverseiA i jy Tbecsucldfen death qf the Kev Prances Bartlett Converse D 1SD4 removes from the intellectual and rjeligidia life of Louisville a feiui who will bead1y missed His iosji will iiot b6 felt by this iisdwmumty alone but by tbe c whol ddun ryJ throughout t lirliich lhe iexerciSedljsplend IdI iMttftfeBCft drKood fayrrneans L liijIt iwriting and wdrJirin the f plptitr MJoir half ft century Dr Con IL vee olhc been connected wrtli I ii CJIirUtiiiQ Obsewerr and his l Itiihaatndl vigoous peu4hadS 5 vlia1nt 1Ktvlc ribtousnes Peath iitiPJ h1t while 1tinIt J 1Iit fMi workandiourd d 1I bla wpm i IJ i iI Y ce froth ct dfi AMK fair name aid iii do ood reputation of the city he- oved and in which be so dfvo ledly labpredi ItkwasSd fitting end tot life tbat bdbqen so fruiiful in usefulness 1 t Dr Convetheiam of a famiiy reatly gifted in literary ability ni1 withji record for active iin v ret mall that was1 good JETe worthy liiafulained its tradi being himself a man rich talent and Ot varied erudite accomplishment In the be reayementthat hassO suddenly SQme to his family it will hive deepest sympathy of alltto whoni his name was known Herald J Julius Gcr Vas a man of nervebut sickness left ilsmark and he became aged before his time Sickness js often caused by torpid err Herbine will regulate Your liver and give you health Mrs Carrie Austin Hollari Kansas writes I consider Hergine the best meSii of iWihbUUtiJDrug Store Thorn Hill Mr and Mrs G W Penwick were thei guests vof Mr James Cjaybrooke Sunday f l1riQkiortand family XTiis week itingMrsi Mrs Nellie Logsdon and son ay spent Saturday wi b MrI ill Coyle and family The musical enteiainment iven by Mrs Annie Hiatt aturday nigiitwas wel atte nded and all report an enjoyable time MisSjMattie Hiatt and niece ACanaryandfamU ofJeIaunt Mr Nellie Logsdon Frir day night MissLula South is spending we k with her grandfather Mr Henry Whiteman near Booker Mr R P Jjanham and faltnily jEc1dGraves boug11tofMrprice unknown spentSaturdavand brother Mr Leo Biattv Miss Lena Graves has returned home after visiting her sister Mrs James Tjaoham of Fair eld Messrs Willie and Warr n gavG Thorn Bill school a tjfeat last Friday evening by rnishing them muse with their apbbp 9ne We thank them Beartlly and wish them to call again t MrsIi Mrs Lizzfe itihdrahan was the guest of the Misses Tobin one day last Aveelr FCRGETMENOT You never have any trouble tq get children to take ennedys Lasatiyc Cough Syrup They like it because tastes nearly like mapel sugar Kennedys laxative Cough ay rap isa safe sure and prompt jemedy for coughs and colds and iSJoqdfr membet of the fa tJlrvf Sold by the Red Cross Drug Story LEXINGTON I OCT 818 fOOOO STAKES AND PURSESOOOKentucky Futurity jOcti 8 5000TransylvanlaOct1OS15002Minute Pace IOctJl2 3000 Wolnut Hall Cup Oc- t143000McDowellOct 16 One onMore Stakes Daily WEBERSI ALL KAILROADV Soprano ANNOUNCEMENT iSVe are authorized to announce JI iIdi teeath Senatorial District composed of Marton Washington and Taylor counties subjectto the action of the Democratic party MOORiSSVILLE ews is scarce this WWtIwill jot down a few items Corn cutting vis the order for this weIr Wheat sowing next 0Mr Ed Boblit is hairig rum ber sawed to rebuild with1 tOjoperatat Mooresyilidx Mr Ham Sweeney and family left last Tuesday for Illinois They had been here on a visitj about BOdays We attended the sale of R Ai Thompson everything sold fairly well Ther was ttOts of dinner and also candidates on the ground The voter is a mighty good fellow now Miss Lizzie oliver of Spring tOflHgntersDepat King of ZonetonBullitt county viSited Mr and Mrs John Oliver lastl Sunday returned home londay There are several land sales- In sight if ii thing happens to prevent them Mr Sam Grigspy ofHardin county visited his parents at this place last seek Chicken poxis in the Moqres vllle school or atJea st several of the scholars have it There will be an election for three school trustees at district No 20 Saturday October 5th Wej will wind upour Borders this fcek as fruit tree agent saltIandr IHark Sheh n sold a horse to Thos Reedfor 150 Berry Hooper who has been in the standing army for three years has returned home to yisit his people He thinks of re enlisting at an early date Mrs Maggie Cutsinger and daughter Russell spent lat TIObstinate cases of constipation aud nasty mean headaches promptly disappear when ypu take DeWitts Little Early RisepPills Sold by the j Red Gross Drug SJtore w1 twett ft u 1 1 PUBLIC po J L J T 11- IResidellee and ii I 1 Personal Property 11- j i f Having decidedi to move away from Springfield I will unlessl Fsold privately beforehand sell at public sale on A E SATURDAY OCTOBER 26 1 At 130 FM tI My rest ence on Main Cross Street in Springfieldi This is a new Jhouse cc ntaining eight rpomsAvith bath and all modern conveii fienc s One of the nicest homes in Springfield A = I lftrdohalProperty = f 4lto a the same jime and place I will u1t1icr Of P ppal = piropertf constat1ngof Uoue Furniture Setat1 i f1VoIV r horses jOne rgistqretluuettt by Intlependenceanff irifoair A lot of bi gieshirpd i reclt barn snp1ies l t iTeriaiaonbuncedogday of sale i3 IA 1frtI i t i 4 aa aw1c I ht PrizeBAND Valley HillJ Owing to the fact that ve have been absent vor quite a while we shall again try to fill our regular space in the C N Ci New items are very scarce this week ahd we are inclined to believe the early frost hasl driven society into winter quar ters M Mr TrO T tum wife acd QhiJdren have returned from Louisville where they spent a week with relatives andattende the State Fair Mr VG Grundy attended the State Faii together with his comlwisome prize Mis Richard Barlpwe of Rey nolds Nebh iis visiting1 her parents and other relatives in this county ThisJs her first visit to her father Mr T A Tatum for 18 years The DerjingerAl6ntgomery sale was wall attended Most pricesThesale Mr and Mrs M VV vSeay at tended the State Fair and visit ed relatives in Louisville last week Willie Ray Moran visited hi Louisville last week M Reed has returned from Louisville wh ie he visited his daughter Mrs WN Poster Mrs John M Lear of Louis yule jii visitipg her daughter Mrs T U lain n of this place orlBloomfieldorl guess und Mrs Palmer Grundy attheir pretty countiy home here Mrs J ir Maycs of Sprinir visjted hei mother Mrs Palmer Goatley of this place Sunday Mrs Barlow of Reynolds Neb acccunpanied by Mrs F Morarr os this place visited relatives near SharpsVille Fri day and Saturday Mr H MGrundy visited his mother hereThursday n ighv Friday ndjj W F Moran and wife Mr andMrs J F Heads n day Mrs T 0 Taiujh and mother visited relatives near here Sui day H H T tum was in LOUISA vile the first oi the week on business James Mbran Jr visited friends Louisville last week John Polm Jrleftfor Lou isvill Tuesday t enter law school there Misses Imogene and Pearl andt1ndaywlthnear Maud Mr John Janes and wife Df near Litsey visited relatives neqr Mdway Sunday jDr and Mrs W C Grigsby jof Bardstowh returned home Sunaay after visiting relatives for a short while near here Mrs John Bshop of Blan dinsvile who has ibeen ydsitirg relatives here for quite avvhile has returned home Miss Mattie Lee Strange who has been visiting item fattier here for several weeks has returned jtoaher home in Blundmsville 1liniis f istthndingtheHorsei this week fsIal makes the heart rov fOr der trqble1wct t Mandolin and Guitar Clals-s TAtTGHT BY tSUE WRY k t J erIrerIpracticesln l1contestl1 the term 1f Wilkalso teach Jxtglhners onf the Violin I Claris room tit my home on Main Stree Phone 172 Th cheapest aridlbest chahc tIwill obably ever liave to larnJnUni tBeg1nati f this years Club work 7 ja J i OOD FARiOASAL- I I have for sale privatelyl my farm situated three miles north of Springfield contAining 1 I I 1 ITher 350 ACRE S t t i I I fine stock barn splendifroutbgildings It is the best watered and fenced farm in the Icounty All in grass except50 acres I Vf i 2 iIi1 Will sell on Reasonable Terms I i ic i44tf LUTHER BURNS1 L ll I had I returned home on the eventrulnigIYbnt well Heres to tn girl with the redhead X Who likes tosalt o fellows bed Equally so with the pet Jkliss Della Who with booltaetc fills the pillow And gradlousine when Mar garet Sands my shoes tbruinmy feet Its awful U every fbought qf that 4 The old battered and torn derby hat This story is rhyme is true And aren 9upllad itwasnltt ou V fIStraight back to the depot UNO HollBjtoOnri Cflslomorg We are jl ased to a11noIcethat- Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and llung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other larmful drng and we recommend it as a sate ri ill e Jy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stote Purple Clothes For Men Tho London tailoring journal Mens Wear says PUtt purple Arlllcbe the lash lonablo color for mens holiday nUll lounging suits this shuimer Only tht rich tho papej says crtn wear tllk MothlngtheVpttsothe life of such a suit ts brief the RUIIS jjvys causing tbeIloth to fade DeWlttrsCarbolliea Witch Hazel salve iid good for little burns and big andIpiles bj tc1ed Cross Drug Stqro of sJlpply will create a demand THERE WILL BE GOOD PLAYS ANi BAD PLAYS ACCORDING TO AUDIENCES ATTENDING play should teach the ethics of life IT CAN GOOD TIMERS D- II Liberal Offers II rFor a short time only we wil- lmketh following liberal offer to our ubsbribers I We wUfsend1theNe one year and the Daily Herald 3 for 175 Or tEe NewsLeader one year and the Herald 6 months for 235 i Or the NewsLeader one year and Herald one year for 325 Or the NewsLeader one year and Louisville Post to 1st 1908 for 175 lJscJlahA Dlscprirorted startedInClic found it ecrrbestthatIer frown And whenteachernut the next thIng that she said to her upPiilchArabellaKruppNIcluilas Does your pack ache Do you feel tired and drowsy and lacking in ambition Ifso there is something wrong with your kidneys DewItt Kidneyi and Bladder Pills relieve backache weak kidneys and Infla mmation of the bl dder Anreeki treatment 25 centsI Sold by the Red Crosfe Drug Storey THEATRE TALI No4 Peop1e who wait to improve the theatre should go tq the theatre THE DEMAND CREATES THE SUPPLY but no amount The by example months YOULL ENJOY MONTE CRISTO AND IT DOES It appeals to our better instincts and pur JdeaiS The cry today is that the play is nbtwKat it should be Just how great it shall be rests primarily with the public tha can come or stay away IF IT ALLOWS THE STAGE TO BE RULED BY THE VULGAR AND THE LICENTIOUS IT WILL GET THAT KIND OF PLAYS Theres no need to say much abut Monte Cristo which will be presented here soon The Dumas play has been Defore the public for over seventy years Its admirers will flock to the theatre just as they have always done in the past And with good reason for Monte Crigto is one of the bully good1 playsIIn the presentation in this city of Monte Cristo every depart beccmplete1yhandlecLLADffiS THE CAST The atmosphere of the playf will be set to magnificent 5TilEtOOR CPA SAilOR VFPRAMZ 1N scenery Let us in passing however say aifew words regarding tha manner of production as the management have been to considerable expense in the elaboration of the mounting THE FIRST ACT SHOWS THE PORT OF MARSEILLES The second act Chateau dIf the fortress prison on the seas edge The third att is the storm scene arid it is made impressively attractive THE FOURTH ACT IS THE HOTEL Dn MORCERF consisting M the ball room and conservatory which embodies an artistic combjfiatleii of beautiful colors The last act is a glade in the Forest of Ixmtaim bleau in which the famous duel occurs These scenes are carried aid used in every toWIi and city No matter what may be your taste for the drama you will emjor seeing Monte Cristo IF YOU CARE FOR A GOOD PLAY ONE OF THE tOLD Louisville January displaysthe PRESENTED WITH AZL THE PROPER ACCESSORIES aad N admirably played that it wilt give you an evening of tkorwigli enjoyment youll not bt dJI antointed ii tiw Wld1lCtiR given by this company USUAL PRICES WILL PREVAIL YOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK SPRINGFIELD OPERA HOUSE Thursday October 24 4 4 l Theres Exceptional Style in itliisT Yale Suit for Young Men Ij I 1se1ect1 in fact a superior clothing store 1I IIis The Yale is the smartest Young Mans sty1eMciks r Iin the weave and rich colors otthebrkscoiuib1 T r THE IIYALEfl J1thei t t J1 i f f No 201 Farm l28acres one mile South of Te as good 4 room dwelling r good barn well fenced Price 2000 No 203 Farm 100 acres good landtl 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike all good land well fenced andI watered Price S5Q per acre No204 Farm 166 acres situated No 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 miles westof Springfield godd dwelling and barn good corn and tobacco land all lies well Price 16 peracre 206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling liouse 2 barns well fencedAnd watered Price 13700s It 207 52acre farm located 11218southwest of Springfield Good dwell repair Price 5000 dwelling stock anti tobacco bare Springfield small dwelling house and good barn wire fenced and mostly la grass Price 32000 JIL209 300 acre farm near Willisbnrr Ky Good 5room dwelling barn all lies welL Mostly in grass Price tQ per acre 210 108acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house and1- 212 100acre farm located from Springfield Goo small ind barn 50 acres in bluegrani f1Gall For EUction TATE i Vss County of J August term of the Wakiliijtoel County Court Aujruata Itf7 voters of Jiooresvllle voting No2 of t tuck and moved the court t Wt J an election at the next rejutaf iIi vember election 1907 to takftte 11J J j ItS tlwtrefpt wr st1J v mon sense and good judfinea ta tIe r selection of this style CWMMO b corn f monplace Its a suit for cottege men or any others who axe par ticular Let us show it i to you Superior Uilorina reaches t its tSclimax in the Yale EaCh is made separately by skillful hand needlework throughout fabrics all match Every operation of the tributes to make iit datfncSfive indivifiual EyE Cwt M IMC aM fccketod caff M0IMVM p i s wa aas-f trri Trtat wiM SWM M to 31 PrtMASlS to m 1Incorporated Farms For StleiBY McELROV WHARTON Real Estate IllsuraAgg i I SPRINGFIELD KENTuCKY gooddwel1iIiggrassPrice outbuUdiagsImprovemenbi OOacrefarm4121i11sfrOBlSpringfhIdaU if1i1state 1rallwa1 ili5 7Ue8t OPKENTIIGKYY Washington alI1leqpredict WasblugtoncouRtYJCt 1JatJhefiJacrl garment Trimmiogsmad tflcon TheRober Cov a 213 3Oacre farm 2l2al fn Ifj LdGoodPrke4Operacre fsoSpringfieidaIUJU ti215miiea aereiottoba acreSnezMaclcyjlleKy meetly1iicreekbottomSiailhousePrice45peracre220 lact farm locat dg iwgood east Ibarn221 191acre farm located 4 rflt lJrOQdm lz5acr farm all lit gras good improveinenta of eTeVr kuiL Price ISOperacreS223 130icrefara nee w fSpringfield atf good laad g4 w ehl fnf house aml barns zper a ire isarMackvlhle twPLmisfromayiisg wellfenced226 350acre fans locAted 3 mIlesouth ofSpring514 om peove meats oferery kkrf Pric rti4diJfroinSpruifeld taJ andtaJi I tioa will open ike poik d ha IacedotheIrbi1otsMthrrmts- tock shall e allowd ts rm t lsse the pjUkf hlgk yt im fon precl ctfti Copy Aittt If fjtosiiCtk In cop iictItLta iv isw give frswrntti eotTC t4r JkerAj IIytk T en ui O vIPecluctNo 2I Wag teo Ky tkt Uue poUs wIIlbueopead 1114 est rigilar Noytr etics be tlle tI M preiIIIDt aball n at = ii wM- 1Isrsp1u act l 2 LaoubourncSwC r iL DR JJ1 IBURTONB f RMIbCNt PENTltf 1 TH EXTIAt TEl UT PAIN iamis IO4k pbT i8PJUGlnu h xy I t pu1 Week Strictly f WI ljr k Jf f 1 d1Jt JaC MVDD zwIL 1 t 4Thy1ricLu Iii SirgH I 3V t f tJe1iours8to gjnm 24iIife 1 to 2 pm fJI Qtfcmi over Haydon Dragstore f Jt M ft i f1L LamptOn t MceiMOterallMse ty J N5L tlfCIKC Ha I WIFGRLGSBY ATTORNEY oiiAT LAW i 2l I Pfl4GLD X- YLwPYr ii JiigADS HYATTJ flThI Ul SifWB r V Glover QW Hasans gro Prebyte1fl i cery Opp9SS I yi church r L L Rayi1ww+ t PlYSlCIAXAHD SUIGEOWt 5 cpver Haydon Rob rt Str ffpbonMomceI US- j7 j Residence 172 j Ji g t JWINYIIMAYES ri fUIEIAL uiKECTOB i1 AIIItCESFUEP8AMERTELEPPIONE 1lr DAYUQ tNIQHT 74J yf mnIGFmLnn lJ Rairoad Schtdulell Following iia the time schedulfa i iow in effect on the Bardstofn Lid Springfield branch railroad f No41 Leayes Louisville at 30P iii atdatown JunctiOi i i22 pmBrdswwn 606 pm- rriTe at Bprinf ntld 705 p m- v No 42LMvetl Springfield at 4 JO am Bardstown 607 am t Bardi own Ju n650amJJ f wrirt at LcHiisyillei 740 am AtNo 43Leave Louisville at 820 a1I1J Barditown Sanction dlpHm Bar stowD 1100 am f arritSprinitield1200 pm No441Jvea Springfield aJ f liOOpm BlIrd tow 220 pmI Barditpwri Junbtion 485 pm r i riVWi at ILouisyilleii 545 pm 1J No90Stm91 onlyLeves- J J SpcinKtield at 715 Lm Birds town8aua Bardjstown Junction r- 85Jm arryia at Louisville1i 135 NQgl suaa only Leave i IjOaiyilltt 6 pm Bard town Jctio 645r pm Bards town- 3 1 iqmarrlv at ISpririgfiild 5pmt f tJ KILLTH COUCH v MISCURETH LUNGS t WIThDrRKiNgs DiscoleryI t AlL ThOATANI LUNSTMUSLE U5AgANTuD SLTIIPCTOZI O JO Yuxm r f Jasper on Market Mr Jasper WhalljeDj formerly with Me S H EJearlns ot Leba non Ky iis now associated witb tw Lj Smith Market Street f iTbetween3rd and 4th Louisville rtVKy We cordially invite ourJ friends and your friends to call on us whin in the icity andtc Faend us orders foi any goods 4 iic you may need f L =1 qStraaght WhiSkIeS l225tItl iI fft erGalittiell in btnil jlOO irwtIOpeicaset 4F m t Weahiptoa1J points from 51a Lvil1 Houae Or fiom 422 t1 j MtC 425 State Street New Al 2bu 1 led1na 51J nLLSrnithq1 t 4 1 r TYOTl M Now it Ir cusive 1aricrf1 i b4s y lig your Stall t R4II4- fgrace1 i Cetiitjj r tr 1D6WC I TOWN r i 0 HWv 7Ifii The Freshest and Latest I I LI1AUtYdr1T plnda I and AcqtialntanctsJ 1ShadersL 1 McEroy Shaded BpRN On Oct Isit tQMrand Mrs RobertNo a son j Onefourh pound nice choco late 5c at McEroy ShadeL I Wanted good tobacco tenant for next season 3R Gray Just received another ship mitof lOc candies at McElroy kShaorS r FOR SALE 200 Tbushela seed WIieat Price jrighti E 01 WALKER Will T Leacbmanbas bought of W P Lawrence his dwelling on bnonstre tat3009 I have for sale two jersey bulJsoid enough for service W H Leacbman WE Leachman has for sale one sound theeyear old back hon tbat a woman or child can rive LOST An umbrella with my Dtme engraved on handle Was from McClure Mayes store PJese return Luther ABurns c LOST A little sow pig about two months old black with white spots on it Return to Teresa Hamilton and receive reward The property Ton Lebanon street known as the Leachman homestead was sold at public auction on last Saturdar MrI Walter E Leachman was the purchaser at 2pOO If the stomach is on a strike use Mionar And see how quick lyand easily it g4s back toj work 50c a box Cures any stomach troube or money re funded Red Cress Iirug toreI Mr G Wv Hardin and Miss i Mary Miller two young people of thecoUTity came To totfrrves terday and secured marriage license froth the county clerk and were afterwards married by Rev Williams Mrs Sallie Donley died at her home in Mackyille on last Wed nesday evening September 25tb The funeral took place from the Presbyterian church at that place and was conducted by Rev W T Oyerstreet Mr Sam Anderson has sold his fat m In the St Rose neigh borhood to Messrs Robert and Tom Wheatley for 0000 The arm contains 240 acres Mr Anderson has moved with his family Springfield taliye The weather for the last week is what brings on catarrh Get Hyomei outfit for 100 from oheRed Cross Drug Store and catarrh will not bother you Money back if Hyomei fails to cure the worst case of catarrh t NOTICE Is hereby giveni that the 5 percent penalty has beer aaded to all unpaid school tax for 1907 which must be paid in 60days from date ora taxwar ratit will be issued and placed in the hands of the Sheriff for collectitn G C Wharton Treas The regular term of the Wash ington County Fiscal court wa s held Tuesday Only a short sesson was held and very little business and that of a routine cbaracter was transacted The court adjourned to meet again on the 25th nt which time a set clement with the sheriff will be had The polls were open Tuesday for the registration of voters living within the town limits The total number registered was 276 divided as follows Republi cans 127 Democrats 106 Inde pwudents 42 Prohibitionist 1 There were quite a large number f voters who were absent iron own and consequently Were anable to register Theywll I ie given an opportunity Jater The remains of William E Vize 4 Washington county boyr cho died a b loon Illt last reek were brought to thisplace nd biried at St Rose on last Friday The deceased was years of age and was the son of Mr Mary B Vize and a grand som of Mrs RtW Oiements of U11p1 Htf wasa hard work r1S TOPIG81I i 1 IIllinoisphoid fever was the cause of his death I5Eatwhen you like it but take aI Mioua stomach tablet to Strengthen the stomach and prevent indigestion 50c a box nothing if it fails The Red Cross Drug Store Young Men and Ladies with ambition should learn Telegraphy t Under the new 8 hour law which goes into effect next March over l8ifiQL additional Telegraphers arerequfreabvrJ the Railroads in tIe United V States Positions payxfrgm 60 to 80 per month to beipnersf You can qualify in B time For full details write toS the National Cincinnati TeIegraphInstitutef A somewhat amusing story is told on one of or farmer friends The farmer has an old colored man worn ing on his place The other davhe showing the old negro how since the saloons have been dosed he jjjaav benefited telling him that now bfe could go to town on Saturday and instead ot spending his dime for a drink be could buy a gIthen the following Saturday beI could go back and again buy a pair of socks for the dime he would squander for booze when the old negro exclamed good God boss dont you think J want something besides socks a The first of the series of en tertainments to be given yt ea Springfield Lecture Bureau took K place at the Opera House on lastFriday evening with the appear anceof the Whitney Bro Quarr tette The entertainment hirll 4farseen in Springfield The music furnished by them is of a high rder and their musicl and pertfectly trained yoices had a pleasd ing effect If the remainder ofS the courdejs up to the standard set by4thest the series is dq serving of goSd patronage frqmIj the Spfingtield people Ladies Meeting j The ladies of the Presbyterian church are urgently requested to meet in the Lecture rgom Saturdav afternoon at 230 Business requiring a full atten dance iis to be discussedl j Is On His Way We have received a lletter from Lieut W O Reed mailed at I Honolulu Hawaii Will was opt board the U S Tranportc Thomas with his regiment bound for Manila He says that he left San Francisco on SeptI 7th and expects to reach Manila on Sept 5th The letter was mailed at Honolulu on Sept i 10th and Lieuti Reed report a pleasant Voyage Legs Broken Two ptculiar accidents with similar causes and similar re sults occured in the county last t week and as a consequence two lmen are each nursing a broken leg On last Thursday Ale Webb was engaged in operating a hay bailer on the farm of Judge I flf Thurman fbe part Alex w as to perform wajs to feed the machine by pitching l the hay into its mouth Thje yuungman however adopted a new method of feeding ttand de t cided to use his feet with the r result that ono of his legs Was o caught aud broken just above ir NewMillinery Dress Hats and Ready toY ears =My stockof Millinery is n w1 inspectionono formal opening will beheld but new stock will be 4isplayedeveryweek and a full line of hats constantly on hand Your patronage Ois solicited j Williams- Over Peoples Bink 5a JSSSSDisplay of Pattern Hats 1 Friday and Saturday A full line of PATTERN HATS in exclusive styles will be displayed at my place of business FRIDAY and SATURDAY You are invited to call and inspect my stock before buying I S 4 MISS KNOTT V 4 Opp First National Bank the ankl e The following day Friday Kent McPherson was performing a similar duty at a hay gaileroni ttha farm of ftjfr Bishop H had heard of oung Webb a 4 rt ahd made soma pissing remarl hovyfoolisli it was for a- ellow to monke with a buzzf aw In spite otbat fact how was soon using his eet in the feed and was soon caught His leg was broken behtween the ankle and the knee Both of the In juried men are get ting along as welll as could be expected Do not dose the stmach to cure catarrh in the nose and throat Breathe Hyomei a medicated air which gees rigtit to the spot and kills all catarrh erms Sold under guarantee by Red Cross Drug Store Monte Cristo The real loyal1 supporters ofci the art of aeUng and all that is Jrt in the otama will 0Montevbythe Opera House Springfield ectucky Thursday October he 24th The production basE the advantageof both Mr Con ability as a manager and Eugene Moores authority and kill in preparing the play Death at Tatham i Mr Silas Armstrong one of he of the couaty oldestEltizens tjie ratham i on Jast Thursday of kidney trouble The deceased had been a life long citizen of the county arid in was a highly respected citizen He had been a farmer all of his life and had rear d a large family of children His wife has been dead a number of The following children yearsbt Messrs John Isaac Elias Robert and George Armstrong and Mrs Ama ida Curtsinger The funeral took place at Rocks Bridge on Friday afternoon Deathof John Nally Mr John Nally a well known itizen and veteran of the Union army died at his home in the St Rose peighborhood Tuesday night after a long illness of consumption The deceased was 68 years of age and was born and reared in this county He served through the civil warh and had an honorable r cord He was a member of the the Tenth Kentucky regiment which was commanded by Col W H Hays and took part in many of the important battles of the war He was a member of the Bevit Palmer Post G A R and alg ways took an interest in the af fairs of that organization Mr IN ally was married twice hisll last wife who ws Miss Kate McCullum surviving He also leaves three children by his first wife who are Mr l ov Nally f of Louisville Warren Nalley of Jt this county anfd a daughter 1 1meJohn Nally He was modest but full of kindness and charity for every body The funeral will take place this morning at St Rose of Uiich church be was a devoted member Notice If the person whoborrowed my cutting box from my barn some time ago will kindly re turn same I will be much oblige CONRAD HERTLEIN No home is do pleasant regardless of the comforts tha money will buy as when the entire family is In per ectliealth A bottle of Orino Laxa tive Fqlt Syrup costs SO cents It will cure every member of the family of constipation sick headache or strfnach trouble Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store ruE CHILDREN LIKE IT KENNEDYS LAXATIVL COUCH SYRUP FCNAL3c inCtnjnatiMrs Greg Edelen is in Lou nsville this week Mus cwkL Waters is visiting in Jo1iievin Miss Mvitle Campbell retuftt edjfrom Indianapolis Mrs Leo Haydon is visiting er parents at Bardstown Mrs M C Mayes and son are visitiug relatives jin Coyington Miss Hettie Spalding of Lebanon is visiting Mrs C N Cooper Mr and Mrs W D McElroy spent Monday and Tuesday in Louisville Mrs Fred Hagaii and Mrs Win M Hagan visited in Leba non Tuesday Miss Nanie Shehaii and Miss Tucker of Maud visited this ity Tuesday Mr Wilt Medley returned to- wenaboro yesterday after a isit at home Miss Willa Knott and MiSS Mamje Knott are attending tie Show Misses Roxie 1Vakef ld and Hallie Huston of Maud were io tovvn yesterday Mrs S J Sutton oMirUan apolis is visiting her daughter Mrs E L DayisOn Mrs Kate Williams isin Louisville buying iniJlinery and see ing the Horse Show MtssVirginia Lisle and Mr Charles Bohoo of Lebanon w town Tuesday reI Mrs Anne McElroy and daughter Miss Fannie went to Louisville yesterday Mr and Mrs Joseph S Clay d1nesdayMrs WK Marks has returned from Columbia where he spentlast week Miss Briggs McElroy of Lebanon Visited her sister Mrs R F McElroy last weEk Misses Sue Sweeney and Ethel McClaskey of Bloonifield spent Saturday and Sunday with the Misses Brown 151 W F Trusty went to New Hope on last Sunday and brought Mrs Trusty and the children ome witn him Miss Effie Thurmond returned to her home in Danville Tuesday after a pleasant ylsit to the Misses Price Mr and M sw K Robertson re iri Cincinnati buying Fal goods for the firm of Robertson Claybrooke Co t Mr and Mrs William McMil len who have been visiting their daughter in Missouri several 1 weeks iave returned home and Mr M Millen brig resumed his work in the US Revenue service Miss Lcuise McElroy who has been ad Dr Popes Sanitarium for treatment for nervousness will retnrn home today Mr H M Grundy and Miss Kate Mayes are in Cincinnati buying goods for the firm ot Grundy Mclntire r Wig5ngtonf county are visitirg their aunt Mrs Mary J Waters this week Messrs W B Lawrence Joe Pettus 0 T Logsdon and E S Mayes Jr have returned from a prospecting trip through Okla homa t Mr Alex Hamilton of Meade county and Mr Samuel Hamilton of Union county are visife log thei brother Mr William Hamilton near town Mr Chas J Haydon and wife Mr George Medley and wife Mrs B A Spalding and inJLouisvillej Rhoi r MBfed Booker of Louis ville spent Saturday and Sun day with his gr4ndjrafhe erMr W F Booker Mrs Booker vho had been a guest at the Booker home accompanied her husband home Monday Mr John W Lewis wasin Greensburg Monday to partici pate m the great Republican gathering at which Ex Goy W Q Bradley was the principal speaker MI Leis says there was a crowd bf 4000 people and wonderful enthusiasm was man- ifestedi At the close of Mr Bradleys speech Mr Lewis was called tin and responded in a short talk Rev G W Lyon who has been pastor of the Methodist church here the past twp years was appointed by Conference to continue the pas orate of this church another year Mr Lyon is very popular with his congregation here and at Pleasant Run besides enjoying the friendship and good will of ahostpf people who are members of other churches rMr and Mrs Ri H Shader entertained Monday night September 01907 at their home in honor of tHeir guest Miss Marvin Jeffers of Louisville Those present were Misses Flagtt Simms Mary Haydon Anna J S mms Ida McClure Nellie Gr ene Mabel Tucker Effie Lee Her Thurmond of Danville Mary McCabe Marvin J offers of Louisville Messrs HaganIFoster Wathen Simms Hugh Lee Smith Richard Kelly Misses Sarah Simms Eddie Shader Fail Smith Mrs Joe Spalding assisted in receiving An illustrated song contest was an enjoyable feature The prizes awarded to Miss Nellie Greene ana Hugh Lee Smith 10 most cases cadsumpticm results from a neglected or improperly andIyou no more than the unknown pre par tiOfls and you should insist upon having the genuine in the yellow package Sold by the Red Cross Etrajr Store If yen take DeWiUs Kidney and Bladder pIlls yoO willtret prompt re lief from bacltach weak kidneys in flammation of the bladder and urinary troubles A weeks treatment 26 cents Sold by the Red Cross Drug Sore S 5 n- II I iss f j 7 J ONEWEEXAmencu f- i Demonstration ft September 3010 ct5 YOU ARE tNYITED1O ATfufh I This demonstrtiofl Jr tllbeooM 1M i r r at our store during tberOYeqa b ivFiss Harrison r St f d Expert Corstiere Representing the Kalamaaoo Cbisi J to help you remtjly aj fco fct 1 IIAMERICANHAUTY5IJ1156 I in getting just ihirn delyosbold ease apd styliih figure Jtr will il her tQ have JQU call audtalk Cbr 4j t you wish to purchase now or noi t IIwhether WewillhavonDispIayII I American Beauty Corsets r 1 to meet eYW requireinehb To fit uy iiuit an puTfe s IImodels Dont Forget The DaieFj 1 I lDont Fail ToAttend II- IiII11he RoberlsotlCla brookeGo j INCORPORATED U Jt I 11 t iiIiiiEii cJ rJ f4i 0O0tfailF II Sftockj- s D I I i1 i L WAS B UGHTis 1 Before The Add j tF iJI II- i1cand consequently we are prepared togiyo r cvr t iftomers the 1 advantage of thee low price oo s11sI j1 ffC are telling at the advance elkwlaiaI fiIc3 Ior t WeWill Be SJ ti iJ i J 0- ff G1thIIL ILIL- fr iito hae our friends caJlandseour stockofFALL1 fand WINTER GOOD3 before buying 1t sp li 1 r it I GBDNDY McIHTlBEO Ijr00 i t f FURNLTUiIF IiJ J j c t I c4j t 1 CCookllgandlleaillgk d t YiOO rjT I 7Ji On which we will make prices that will be attractive WeiiaveCook Stov s all tyIs- I I I from the cheapest to the 35 Range r 1jc it d 2 I We alsc invite a look at ours L- 0 at NEW PVRNIT L I I to which line we reiaddirutto every day Wer can fit you out in houSQIdd ji7 LiZZIG COITIPb4II1-r tf r 1 = = j J f ii 71 EASY TO MIX t i IP ft it Home By i f 1fritW fL1n lUl i r n j b wWJ pf er very i ittr k fi t 1t jr fre a New Y My psrjjlyta It frpprseibian4uthoriiy who claimst 1tb 1iis iac foid a postW j miMf + er a1iiotsfly cseit v Yclblr4r a FkictthA f11owik g to if taken i tile 11 stige of Brighls d4tJl iid Extraefe Dandelion oneo Jt t hatoece CopoJ1i1lKalgo tt Ioiinc Compound Syrup three ounces Shake trla1k w and take in tea pfttt 4o t after each mealIs IsE4SIIPkl1Wn druggist here Ja 5i regarding of thiecripiion sadaneinvtdini are all harmless Le4a4cafl be obtained at a small J ffrom any good prescription f jAnmr or the mixtur would 1M Iftlp if edto doso He tKrtfcer stated that white this p IMMMI ujrtipn w often prescribed a in i101mtticaftlicti ns with pldid reu1ts he coudnor + wbyJt WOflot be aa p4iiiacid4 purisry msea and 4ckache 1M peca1ir action UPOfli iuflsj structure cleansing 5tliejji most important organs I a4dJll1j aciw arid waste matter hlcht cai sickness and suffering Thus of pur reiidefs wHo suffor caipake np mistake in giving f t 3t ltlr1tA PM CrlcktISSL Tf 7P uld be Old that s POstal eart kiay be turned Into magnet ires ouid be suriirlsed no doubt mid yet at Jiiitttel TlJiCfe rlmenr shoujas Mot ix mde in damp weather BnlI ftSce a waltfair sHelton the back of a Mltl a ltell tile spectators that you are iRI to make it fail without tub- IRgt or Ute chair Ste SHaying thoroughly drietT a postal bud pref erijtily before ran ipeu fire r blt brf ktyj M ypm sleeve aiid thin i kMfllt seitro e end of the stick The stlcic wmlfct once be attrated- t to the card and rjlivfoliow jt as Ifit were a magnet f It motes it nvii soon lose Sv1t e allttMriata and fall from the chair pSA3ot any kind of wooden rod will do hwtead of tho walking stick and al youfJt mint By nibbing the card you wak en electricity In It and it thus becomes a orEjp8magnet with the power to at l i fofItkaCZiIg1 t bOdies I t TwoDwil Is i t ItolBteBeuve got an enrellent advei HwB nt out of ti duel fought on ISI wit ddy Ly jtaslsthig upon holding hbIam1ii1la up with one hand while he T 2 red ilia pistol with the other He vtart fl vnil gMje courageously said to take the risk of being5Eliot but he must bz r excwed froCB tsScing tIe gfeaterrisk iof cafchiag cold t ConstanttivboVwiffered from goutt fought slttina SIR aBath cllahr jiiay nave been of IIOIIl hat similar character Honor In that case vas declared to bq satjsflwl KrheaTtlie Bath haIr was hit Strand JJapIneSL b Dangerous FhrWbath youdPlngl Emma Daughter Oh Arthur Is coming to i htjjaiid Im looking something tot kIm Father Emma lJmma youd l eter be careful ibnll keep on cook ik for IitJthebreaku the eugago 1 n m r SVeIt itesaIftL llot pf courage onthephrt Cm young man to tell a girl how pret ty soo e other girl fsSt Louis Glow Derta r Willing HauGutTf r give iou SO1l bllbec wllryon carry a message ore r 0 i IleXtYltJa frerniej 55LTt Tlnf Wif pleasure mum Is yer motor carPnck- NtIf the Saie Thing tf 1wHeEor nrI g1rl ht Mj MIlIyUi hR3 Yey little Pc3i5I about her 04 fiiK clpiis George Dil T JJ t Qg laIrxBaIUmbrs Mfik j J 4otiii1e YJeTToljriM1Iy IIs lflnklOlgh ha- r t p3inh1Itobemy1vlfe v 4 I 1ac cotif4InglyOh dont1otf tfia worryAJe4I Women frequeitiybrca1 v4k ftcsChlcago New ti o- JIIOa ts1S Rtot persons ean play Ib Oi5 person Is it and hit L fw tbe middle of the floor He Flv1di oe a number then szi Ii JTtafcigMMl gives a number of onof t HM penmu He counts up to nl- tt thijperMI whose number jJrCd 4eM It toll kind ot fl All t iJt eomatg t L progresses j It mayIiI t 4 It r 1 FOR THE HOUSEWIFE The Met WaUr lag oIlingcrater should acver be put hi a rubber bag Dp not much more tkan halt fill t1icbng then place it In ttelan befors PUttIflgta the stopper tnd Carefully press out thesteam Tills makes the tag softer as it is relieved of the pressure the steam Bakes if left in it After Using the bag drain out theater let it kang bottom side up for h Utile whIle then take it down nail with the mouth blow a little air Into jusJ enough to keen the Insides om coming together as it will often if there is no air in itJa which case the bag isi almost sure to be ruined in pul11ugtit apart It the bag ever should stick put Into some hot water with a few drops of ammonia let it remain a few minutes then with a tlilriV dull dged stick try separate the inside carefully Care of the Teeth In no way is more injury done to eth than by the natural acids in nes mouthI l They act quickly on the enamel bringing cavities as well as yellowll ness LlmeTvater a counter agent should he used to rinse the mouth several a day and bicarbonate of soda recommended even more highly for e same purpose A toothbrush should always be curved at least a little that the length the center bristles shall not interfere with iheend dUnlessthan any other part no benefit lsde rived of its use A flat brush is goody the frobt teeth and that is all Care of Parquet Floors A few hints as to the careofparguejL floors may be ujetttlr SfeasTor oil of ny so never i e used as it nctiates the wopd little by little Until after a few applications it is streaked with stains When the surface gets at ll scratched wax of the consistency of lard should be Used applied with a soft woolen rag The dust should first be thoroughly swept off the floor and when It is qulte cleanjf should be pot lslied with the wax otherwise the dist and dirt will be rubbed In by the whx Instead of removed I Aids the Seamstress A very simple and practical aid to he dressmaker Is a device called a wdrk holder the invention of an In diana woman It was designed espe cially to assist the sewer in tasting and similar work As shown In the illustration It consists of n holder which can be Instantly clfimpcd to the work table or other nearby object At lio top of the clamp Is a large needle HOLPS TttK CLOTH FTBMIiY which is supported rigidly upright in the holder In use one end of the piece of rgbods to be sewed is slipped on the needle and the goods stretched with the lecthandThe operator Is thus able to sew freely and quickly with the right handj As one part of the piece of goods is sewed it is slipped off the needle and adtanced Wthe next point I2fc DrorrBi Jn Deev WnteK Several examples of a zoological pK adoxAa fish which would speedily be drowned if placed in deejwaerjjav just been added to the collection at lie gents park This is the African walk- Ing fish which spends of its existence upon tlifgreateripnrt tropical rivers Its method of progression has been described by naturalists as of the hop skip and Jump variety and when journeying inland as it does over long distances It climbs by means of the breast fins over the roots and even into the boughs of treesLondon Graphic DesecratIon of the Pyramid The Egyptian pyramids will prob ably lose much of their magnificent l and legendary appearance in the near future The Egyptian government has given permission for the erection o homes and hotels ln the vast plaiti stretching from Eskeblcb to the Nile and covered with the ancient sphinxes and structures Already several so cieties have beenL formed to avail themselves of the picturesque view for the building of large hotels All around the pyramids of Gblseh here are to be erected real Amerrcan skyscrapers from nine to ten stories in height L TbeReiLthaa SIgnature I Indian chiefs treating with the ernment now liave to append ovI thumb prinislto the documents insteadj of cross market as hitherto The reason Is that chiefs jhavd frequently repodl ateot the crosIDnrks and the obllgj dons Jntolved The first document recently fejghefl tby thumb prlut I was a treaty betweeo the govcrnm nt autiI tathe Umatllla Indians of Washington to tllow cattle to err J the Indian reser tatloti unbarracjL tlilfTga Journal Wrot Farewell Note In Blood- After writing a pathetic lettcMo mother with the point of a pdn hlpneil jln her own blood Miss Elsie Ilgenfrltz tvlntyfour years old n pretty tint Jiejtetvifned on three gag JgL in her ftoom at the bT tttQrney George 5Bacon iinTNtorlcPa and died fron nsphyxiatltfn ImpairQd health It raid caused the young Vomau to end jjier life p 7 2 Sco1i s Emu1Jqztrn1Mi F emeebled h 4 r J a hTiIKrJ geir flesh aad 1 0wv hsf brC Ifl with thryfat f r t tL DUOoiisi5oND 10- 0osssisssss cv SNAKE WRECK niiinAUlu i vFalls From Tree and the Lady Chauffeur Throws a Fit COLLISION IN CONSEdUENCE Milk Wagon Motor Car and Stone Fence Have a Three Cornered Duel l as Result of Arboreal Ophidians sire to Take a Ride In a big automobile of foreign manu facture P G Burton of Boston Ralph F Comstock of New York George Dll- ilngham of Newark Mlss Comstock oV Springfield Mass and Miss Gould of Philadelphia were riding from Plants Ville to Waterbury ConnV Miss Corn tock was driving the car and Miss Gould was sitting beslilcher The mnI chine wns moving qt about toil mUlsr an hour and the paisongers were talk1 Ing gayly Suddenly MIssi Comstock gave a pi eret Ing shriek shrank away from the dash board and tainted Kp one knew what had happened to her but there was a more serious need than finding out This Was the approach pf Frank ScoE vIIIe a farmer driving a horse and I milk wagon the latter filled with cans of Miss Gould irratfpcd the st ttngtt wheel of the automobile and nertednl- reetcollislon witli the milk wasrou a 3JIASHEPIHE MILK WAGON WiTh A BLOW BIDljDut smashed it with a side blow and swung It across the road t etutomoI bile driving into a stone fence so hardI that It was putout of commission Miss Comstock remained insensible and her companions who had been severely jarred when the automobile dashed into the fence gave nil their at tention to her She was put IntQ anoth er vehicle and taken to the nearest house a half mile away where she re malned unconscious or hysterical for several hours Meanwhile the mystery of her fright vas still unexplained ScovJIle had suffered severely when the automobile struck lila wagon reducing iIf to him her and semi Iron Ills horse was so frightened that it stood amid the until1luredof corn ScovIIIe received 00 from automobilists to make amends forofferI damage he had suffered anti n nlso to say nothing of the collision When the mechanics who had been sent tQ repair the automobile drove It up to the farmhouse they oxhlblted an ordinary black shako which they had found on the floor of tIm larlIt had been tetamppd to death apparently by Miss Gould ihid the others who weii1 aiding Miss Comstock That the snake had fallen from a tree or had been tQS et1uiy thu wheel on Miss Comstock aiid causod her to falntwaa understood at once and this she later confirmed Miss Gould almost fainted when she learn 2d that she hadrbeca tramping around on the snake BuUet Was a Hornet The passengers on a Derby bound trolley car from Chester Ia on the line of the Chester Trictlon company were startled to see a veil dressed man named Elliott Jump but of his seat clasp his hand to his left breast and exclaim My God Im shot the man sank back in his scat pallid and the passengers clustered around him thinking some miscreant lund fired into the car although no shot was hoard I feel my blood slowly ebbing away It Is way d9wn my arm said Elliott He put lila hand In placed It ori his arm grianed and pulled it out aiialn covered witli perspiration Tuecon fluctor assisted by a sympathetic pas Jeiigeri vlth great tfare pulled the nians coat do vn over tlie shoulder and then exposed the largest specimen of hornet se nh1 those parts He had been stung FoughtSnake For Broiler Investigating the loud cockling of h r favorite Hen Mrs Charles Jone of Smyrna Dell discovered one of her broller3 disappearing between bricks of the pavng in her plltWQI yard She started to pick up the thick sand was amazed see that a big snake had hold of tIme fowl Both Mrs Jone- sandtbe reptIle let gothe chicken at the aine time and a kettle of Rot ren ter poured down time hole settled Uie snake ENGLISH LOCAL SPEECH Peculiar Way the Names of iTownsWe English are horribly phonetic IFeatherstonelitigh t It Beecham if you motor you mustt twist your tongue to time local speech i There Is a quiet village tin Kent Is spelled StaHsfield and has nc tbatI the distinction of lkeeping a ttlon at nine miles distance nutIl cfihJl t l t StItltTlugHHn nS Hanover the imrest G j mans lint lr the peasnnts Papworth Cahle4Itrpor And not far distant 11 Is fluinher iUngo of bcautyJThe rap 1 torlst turned Upon a rough oad tnhked l 1 lutelilgout laborer unt11 I IaldIwilltake you t Ell sir TheI iibrowii motorist vent on imil r Ellsworth J V whlclivl merply El JIThe troqi1js J e pronundntlol1J ut plJ p flJtiiiton vr dim I u MJia r cbuuunt CCETutus as to Tentunng upon pronouncing any ihat one knows only by the eye and not by the ear Pelug a Snffolk man he knows that Waldriugtield Is Wunner ful and Chelinondiston Is Chimston while in the adjoining county of Nor folk HappbburKh is Hazebro nnd Hunstanton I3unstonand visits to the west country have revealed that Badgejvorthy is Badgery and Corn W odlpernwood Tile result is he would not dare to make a thntI Uttoxeter or Bathattjpton never has ing happened to hear either referred tQby a native After all there are unfortunate differences of opinion among Londoners even as to South wOrk Brompton and the two Brom leys London Chronicle WHICH DiD IT When they w re building the ColO- rado MJdJand railway Smpkel nut sell was proprietor of time saloon and otel that hung over tje otlge of a ock close to Windy Paint some miles west of Leadville Smokes shanty was tIle rendezvous or tlcontractors bosses and workmen II especially on Saturday nights Wages were high lu t hands erel Jamongt and there ba blood AJ iApart of those toward Leadvllle who Were accused of cutting off time men ftalnf with Donovan mwtCTilafiey who had dJoaIgeoi1Iets lor blasting rot1bjj out of the solid rock on the rIr DonoIyandenied rge coupled the denial with some strong reflections on OMalleys personal character antecedents and general characteristics The result was the usual feud with dire threats on the part of each principal to exterminate- sthe other at the first good opportunity The opportunity came sooner than either expected or wished for they a IEsureIE there was no telling what they would do when drunk If they should chance to meet That very thing happened one Saturday night Ddnovan had come down to Russells dive for lila usual recreation and commenced filIJngC his tank early in the evening so that By 10 oclock he was pretty drunk The boys got him started on OMal t ley and egged him on until he was ted headed lie kept on getting mad tier and drunker threatening his en ems with all kinds of sudden deaths t It It were ever his good lick to run the coward into a corner where he would have to stand and fight Just at tills juncture the door opened and In walked OMalley catching Donovans last words Time boys were pretty badly frightened and tried to joke about s IIoanmad and there WH trouble in the camp the latter emed to pay no attentiOn to his trunkqu foe but I walked p to time b and called for his poisoner Several o the crowd joined him and the drink began to go down jj In a rapid and reassuring nnnerIl Everybody seemed satisfied but Russell who kept a watchful eye on the crowd amid stood close to the end of the barI by the lamp so that he could douse time light Incase of trouble After a bit OMalley turned suddeulyI facing Donovan and began in a most offensive and aggravating manner How are you Misther Donovan Bad luck to you roared the other What the devil do you mean by talk lIng to me Ohoh Thats It Is It you low lying thief of a dago Stand up and take your medicine Donovan sprang to his feet and be fore Ills friends could interfere had blsj gun out and let drive for OMalley who tvas scarce an instant behind him for the two shots sounded like onejAlmost before the first shot soundedl Smoke Russell had put out the light and there was a general scramble of noncombatants to get out of the HneI of fire The two maddened contractors kept on firing until each had lot off the five rounds In his gun After a dead slleiicie of about five minutes Russell crawled out of the bombproof Under the counter and relit th lamp predhlsiastsbotto get lila horse He was stljl pretty drunk but mounted with tub assist ance of thq greaser stable boy nndi started down the mountain for Lead vlllc The greaser Wed toI ellI bun something but Donovan was too ex cited to listen He only muttered In ft broken voice Holy saints Five shots In poor OMalfry anti every last one of em through the tieari1 He took the long trail around time mountain audf had considerable trou ble In finding the temporary brIdge across tho Arkansas river so that It wits just breaklflg day when he pulled up lnfront of the sheriffs house In Leadvllle and gave himself up A couple of hours Inter OMalley ap peared before the sheriffs house OMalley shouted several times urn til finally an upper window war raised and a busily head stuck out of ItlHello OMalley cried time sheriff with considerable astonishment Where did you come fromItf Ive come down from Smoke Rust lls to giver myself up for shooting IIt onovan Oh you shot Donovan did you rowtbat beats me all holler Sajv tI you hurt Mm munch do you think I Hurt 1m exclaimed pMalley In dignantly Does It hurt a man to have five bun tsln his heart do you think I reckon It jdp 3Ir OMalley Now what do you jvant meto doj I want you to takeme to Jail for Jkow1 Icy you just go round to the calaboose yourself Mnll flrtil Donovan there 11111tgave up killing you 50 around there and settle among yourselves which ot you is dead nnd Ill come around later and arrest lho trt tff ii3 found DonovAn Vhat transplred ihere was never kuowp iup the mouri lttjiln but that the two rntjn afterward cnp1oIjtirtiiers was a fact no ne cares to ilspule Cincinnati Con merclal Trlli tDlIcd Double Clilclrcn IJlahJl which IsjrtractlcaMy nffloublc chicken has been patched by a hen owned by Henry Courfeelle of Rut f9pdVt It has trtvo separate sets of wlngs four legs and a half of a second body The chicken Is healthy cats rateiiously runs about with Its mates and its growing rapidly It oAly uses onei Wt of leftg tor locomotlou I p I Does Your Heartc dayIorbad blood You know for hehhlIi take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctorshave endorsed it for 60 years cliversubstances are then absorbed into the Stood Keep the bowel open with Ayers PUll a1 lr hMadeA AUo manufacturers otot1qer VKiOIIIII L1WoS 1 Revolting Scene Pictured by a SpanisnhNovelistti NERVE OF THE HAUGHTY DON Striking Description of the Daring and Courage Displayed by the Old General Who Would Not Permit an Englishman to Outdo Him The realistic Spanish novelist Valdes in one of his most popular trIee Sister Suit Supllce trans lated by Nathan Haskell Dole gives description of a retired Spanish gen miiis afternoon out wblch will lila minate many chlvalric Incidents Jn Spanish life and aptly illustrates the reckless daring and courage of which the average haughty don is liberally possessed The scene Isn sort of pic Tlie grounds in the outskirts of Seville Meantime the animation had been n the increase among the ruffians The period of unmannerly action had come One of them climbed upon a table to make a speech and then the others by way of applause threw sherry and manzanllla in his face Another was trying to lift wltb his teeth a companion whom drunkenness had stretched out on the floor He did riot succeed He merely tore his sack coat Still others were committing absurd and extravagant actions mak ing a great noise and uproar The count remained grave and lent drinking one glass of sherry af terjanother But his eyes were no ongei ns usual incomprehensIble and unfathomable like those of a man tired of life Though he did not speak or uipve about he seemed a different man The Englishman had taken oil his Jacket and waistcoat and rolling up his shirt sleeves was exhibiting his bleeps irhlch were really powerful and trying tp break empty bottles on ills arm Once blood had come but he Welt on breaking the bottles without paying any attention to it Then he asked the waiter to bring a bottle of rum and a large glass He filled this tp the brim with the liquor and then slowly without moving a muscle or even winking he drained ItHo the bot toni Then he sat down at the table opposite the count and said solemnly You cant do hattA Hash ot fury gleamed through the harebrained noblemans eyes but he succeeded in restraining himself nnd turning the rest of the bottle into time glass he calm ordered the watt er to bring him some pepper He threw Inn pinch of it then threw into It his cigar ashes heaped up before him antI without saying a word with tuoysstnUEIrnlnctl that bit it in pieces We saw his lips spotted with blood The company re ceived with oles and shouts of tri umph thlsproof of an unconquerable stomach in which it seemed as though the national jiouor were concerned Our neighbors in the other booths must have reached the same happy grade of ttemperature Tor nothing was heard but extravagant shouts the crashing of glasses coarse laughter and swearing The count was not yot satisfied with his victory over the Englishman While he was swallowing wlthappar cut calmness the glasses of liquor which were offered to him he did not cease to devour him with his eyes carried away by a dull madness which soon broke out Ills eyes which were the only part of his impassive face that moved glearnfc J more and more ferociously like those of a madman when a straitjacket has been put on him Time Englishman continued to boast of his strength lie was now thoroughly intoxicated and talking impatiently enough to the others who werp not drunk Soybu are very valiant are you j flskul thfe count still smiling disdain full wore than you retorted the Eng ilshirnn Don Jcnaro started to spring at him fbut the others restrained him SOOB Calming himself he said 4If you are so brave why not put I your hand on the table Whatfor To pin it down with mine The Englishman without an in stants hesitation stretched out tile huge brawny hand The count took out of his pocket a damaskeened dug Rer and laid his delicate gentlemanly hand on the Englishmans and with tout hesitation and with a ferocious grip he raised the point with the otherS and drove 1t through both into iVle The women uttered a cry of terror All of us men ran to their assistance A few left the place In search of help In inn Instant our booth was filled with blood From the wounds great drops of blood streamed staining the handkerchiefs which we applied to them A doctor who liappened to be among the bystanders dressed time woun fc provisionally with tliefew means aft Ills disposal Time count smiled while fhey were dressing his hand Tho Englishman was as sick nstlborso- jflul soon time count was the same npd both were taken tostmclm roon s astftho isfabllshmont hind to bffer and went tj bed Every one left commencing m time barbarism of the deed His Mistake Yes said time muslqal yonhg worn tiItupolkaYou Pott What was the lluit VUpuatPu Pv f t I PEOPLE OF THE DAY f trIMissifsipiilc New n By defeating Governor Vardaman at the recent primary elections In Mis issipt John Sharp Williams Demo floor lender in the house be- omes the nontiuee of his party for the senntorsJ lpAs Mississippi Is safely Democratic Mr Williams is sure of election if he lives long enough As doesnothas ample time in which to prepare or the toga The prospective senator however is well equipped to take the job at n moments notice having spent fourteen years in the lower house Four years ago he was chosen floor leader of the minority and will doubtless re tain that leadership In the Sixtieth Possessed otn vast fund of Infer mation and a ready debater Me Wil liams is recognized as one of the wits f the house A good story teller he I JOHN Bump WILLIAMS often regales his hearers with a hu morous tale At the end of one of hits recent debates with Governor Varda man he talked about pride There he a decent and noble pride said Mr Williams and there is a pride that is mean and lIddlcrous An aged citizen of Yazoo tells jot an old woman whose pride was of the latter sort This old woman lived in Yorkshire Ther was a funeral one day in then village She did not attend it but a neighbor of hers was there That night sne called on the neighbor and said Well Nancy I hear you wor at t tuncJ3liYes I worV Nancy replied What kind of a funeral wor it Nancy it soUred affair tt- she IWhy wor a wery mean said Vhere wor nobbut a few biscuit an sich 4Ah said the other old womanr thems the sort of ways I dont hold to Ive llost five but thank evlns Ive burled em all with am A Veteran Sea Fighter Rear Admiral Robley D Evans pop ularly known as Fighting Bob will probably command the big fleet of warships soon to be sent to guard Uncle Sams Interests in the Pacific ocean Recently AdmiralJ Evans at the Jamestown exposition wasII squadron in honor of the visit Crown Prince WHhelm of While there so the story goes he was outwltted by one of his own men Among the j ckles Fighting Bob is regarded asn martinet in the matter of neatness of apparel otherwise the incident wOuld not have happened A number of tho jackies were given shore leave and Admiral Ifqfr stood on the deck watching the detail j n yAxsIJ1ODLtY t formed to gq aslqrc 8end tlat third nan inthesevond Hub teN said the admiral to W pincer vb tthat the only pair of trousers you havo asked Bob as the sailor apprpiB hed it is pr said the man snluUng Go down below and tell the couunissury steW nrfl to giv3 you a jiovi palm ant dont ttOt me see yoiv report for shore eava with torn trousers again The trou sans went duly issued withoutt cost to tho seaman aud tt de toPed latrtkat the waq uvA purposely put on an okj pair pf trousers and placed hlmtIIn a position where he was boua4to- ho observed by the admiral in brder to obtain free duds JXact justice is commonly more met ciful in the long run than pity for itttends to foster in men those stronger qualities which make diem gOOd cmt rens Lowell Don Quixote Uany grown people as well aa boj tend girls are puizied about the correct pronunciation of the famous port Qui otes name The Spanish mcthp Yhlclj somp cultivated persona follow Vlthout being required by good usage tp da so is ICeliote with the accent on losocondsrlJlble and the final e us n In senate All the best IQ thorltles bovver rpfer the angllok ed method J 4i dt1ltb the accent on the first syllable and the o aa la tlw word 44obey fl An Oljl Tim Game The Ipader abs I went aUoppmi thIs morning fU1 pyprytlltuf I baujrl t lVpgan with A From the grocer It bought points to a player twd wnltr for response from time druggist polnb tp ttuother fronli tbi dry food store tromp the lliker otcu TherMpms must ixj aven ftulckly Tbf penalty is to tahtk plKe4 Q tM 1d Iit ifbwrv iSo J i i rWif iloWeaktIBS Last Pill writes Mrs Sf a Bailey of Turtt 4fromI f AftertatyMngI t I am not well yet but arn so much better that I keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am lWt cured Despite the envious attacks Qf Jealous enerhi s and rivals Garduii still holds supreme position today as in thepast 70 years for the relief aiid cure of femate diseases It stops painttoi es lip functions organs regulates and aids IIthethe laced replacement organ off d At Erery Drag Store in S too Bottlou J Ii I LW E rirkfl It ItIC ARDULJJIV c f iMyListofFarmsiI From this advertisement tempo rarily in order that 1I mayrevileii and Iwill in a shot time announce r Some Great Barg A Jlk IIn farms and Tbwn Iropertyj In the meantime laMI pr par ed tto show prospefctive pi rGh 1 Fs some yefy desirable fjirms- Gorrespondcnce Solldtcd j B IT LAKE TheRfeal Estate and Insurancrf Mar1ii Ptoasant I A GOOD DOCTOR will recommehd- BLLARDS 4HOREHOUND SYIIUP 1 Tfrery eMfhirea eai theiungplowithe vitality bMk down the tlmwt and IBSTCV 1c f the isystem lit weakened condition euetia r 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