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office to the voters Washthgtoncounty The is iiku ioo are Jknown despite the fact that the Democratic candi dates stand on no platform pfr principle and despite the fao tbSDSakehis platform pf promises if DOt of principles But thliconfusion of promises does not conceal the principles involved tic nominees con dean Roosevelts administration f 01ejto send one Qf their members to the tBited States Senate to op ppeelhis policies The Republi eaar iidorse Roosevelts admin tratlon and propose to send a JRepublican to the United States Senate to uphold his policies Which side do the voters o f Washingtpp county take The Democrats indorse Beck hamsr administratioh of State affairs and propose to continue t tiothe members ot that admmistra tip in Officnot in the same oStees because the constitutibn 1 wtoThe Republicans condemn Beck hams administration and pro pose to have a new deal by put tiHg other men in office Which side will ihe voters of Washing ton county take The Democratic candidates be Have in political machines to lAOjuiQate and elect and denyf amy Democrat the right to run 1or1DY oMc unless he pays an Sktrance fee of 1600000 for the prlrilepot running for Gcyer jMrotber office in proportion The Republican believe in the rule of the people and believp that the rights to run for office should be without money andI witooltltprice Which side do the voters of Washington county take The Democrats defend tbcl of the last legislature aad propOM to enat mora of tthlumelQrt The Republicans condemn most of that legislation and prpppse to repeali and to enact a different sort at cfThe Democratiic candidutes condemn all trut except the railroads The Republican propose to pass laws regulating freixhtrates and giving Ken tucky as cheap passenger rates u20 other state now enjoy J Which s edbth voters of WshingtonGountv take The Democratic candidates iin he country advocate temperance rKI ot destroy the liquor traftc- while inthe cities they advocate the open saloonand the repeal of the Sundy closing lawThe Republicans advocate the county onit under which Washington county went dry leaving it to theI majority of any county to settle for themselves whether they want saloons 01 not Tile Democrats would give the voters jbf Will county rid vote om this issue as is shown by the failure Of their candidate for Governor to mention it in his so Nayit one word can be found in his confession of faith about tern perance But in the language of ouir friend Billy Claybrooke Tetvoters of Washington cpunfry want the Eager brand or thfe l Wilson brand These are as we conceive it theiRaM in general for ti voters of Washington coanty to settle for theawelTes The locall candidate are here to speak for themselves Gore or Jarvis McChord or Barlow But al Demotcratic position on the issues or toe Republican Here to u ihprt campaign and a merry oas and nay the devil take the hindmost l I Ron W 0 McChord npmi I IImtoiibjJb Democrats to rep bfgI4Mlakrl ifoQ lp ign with a speech at Freder i sto wn on Saturday In his he outlines the claims he relies upon to win the votes of the people of Washington coun in the coming election He plea his past record as a Democrat his service to the farmers and plesenttDemocratic nominees Upon these issues he invites discus ion and we believe the Repub cans are filling to accept hia iinvitation His record as a Democrat on the one hand concerns Demo crats only on an important ot Iiar hand it concerns Republicans His Democratic bre them may may not forget and forgive h past defections as a Democrat We know not whether their de votion to their dead leader Goebel extends beyond the grave or W ether his deal bhp brought amnesty to all those Democrats who opposed hIm Opposition from Republicans in that Jnemorable campaign we believe was expected whether from their own ranks was expected or condoned they canaDSwer We know not bow they interpert Goebels dying ords uBe faithful and true to the common people did I mean thatthe relentless war Ihe imaged against railroads shou bj continued in the interestof the common people Who knows He believed that the Louisville Nashville railroad was responsible for the candidacy of John Young Brown against him that fight He may even have known that Mr McChord was largelyI Instrumental in persuad log Goy Brown to make the race Those were trying times and Mr McChord may have been a better Democrat in oppos jing Senator Goebel than we these who never faltered nor wayered in theirboyalty to him It is a very old axiom also a very true one that chickens ome home to roost and Hr McChord may have set an exam ble then tbat others now dan follow He certainly can quar rel with no Democrat whore fuses to vote for him because he has failed to vote for Demo ratic nominees Evenhanded jjustice must commend this as fair to him But how does his democracy affectrepu4icans2rdhas been to the legislature before His chief act while there wasa partisan act to get Iby gerrymander what he could pot by persuasion a safe democratic majority in the county When McChord introducedand had assed the bill cutting off from Washington county some 150 republican families from tIle north end of the county and jjoining them to Anderson a largely democratic county he iunpreWsd deeply upon republii cansh sort of democracy And jtheyhJke not all died yet who witness thatactnqt have for jgotten IVhen McChord tasks jfor the vote of republicans that jact like Banquos ghost will rise to confront him and to answer jfor them His democracy c er tainly does not appeal to repub licans whether it does or not to democrats Again Mr McChord said to be the farmers of whatt he has done for the tobacco growers and fori r this service demands their votes even under threats of letting jthem fight their own battle if ithy do not vote for him so we hejarJa told Mr McChord has ren d red valuable aid in the organi 4tionof the tobacco growers For this they should be and are grateful But when did the tobacco growersunion become an annex of the democratic party j Republicans and democrats alike make up its membership Must a man swear allegiance to the democratic party to become a member In other counties just as interested in winning this countyigrowers union passed resolutions condemning j =1 t scheming politicians having no interest in the fight would profess great devotion to the farmer just to Use their strength for his ojwn selfisliends We believe they are right We believe thatthe success of the movement depends upon its being kept non partisan The Farmers Alliance once had high hopes of the condition Of the farmers but scheming politicans rode itto death to get in office How iis helplStheLegislature What bills wil he id its behalf Whatl jlegislation does it need wheth- rMcCbordboseside or wins if the union will demand any reason Legbj raticor Republican it will get iif and Barlow would as surelfl vote for it as would McChord McCJhord we believe stands lone among all the leaders of the organization in thee state in j itsmeipbersshaUlSv or hands of it All the others ad 81bebecomethe annex of a political arty Aman should no mor have to forfeit his political belieffaf and opinions to join the union than he does when he joins the church The union wants every tobacco grower to jOiDits successdepends upon it It can not afford to proscribe members of any party orcreed Mr Mc Chord should base his claims uponoth r ground than this iftsehe be th friend of theorganiza tion if ttIdjbecause hl e indorses the present democratic nominee he is on more legitimate grounds Thiniis Jthe main issue any way how ever he may wish to confuse it nIs he afraid to risk this alone vr Does he feel that this plank i too weak for a candidate to stand on He may be right He is icreditdwithbeiurashrewolitician p r have heard the roar of the breakers ahead He doubtless f etoo will be much troubled to explain how it comes about that at this time when other state have already enacted k to restrain the greed of railroads and when our people are expec tting that Kentucky do her part iin the fight of the people against the railroads he a railroadI attorney can best secure this3m desired legislation Qan am 1p serve two masters Which willc he represent our county or the corporation of which he is the qttorney Our National Sendte isi justly unpopular because there S are so mcjny socalled Senators who are merely attorneys forLs corporations Do we want our state legislature to become like hti 1tMr McChord saw thab it brought c Coniplicationsstituency at the same time lie3tt was receiving fees from a COE jporatidn Senator Baileys condstituents could also give some tt wholesome advice on the wtisdom of sending corporation lawyers I to either national or state leg s tures S Thomas A Edison the great AmJ erican inventor saysIFully eightt rt per cent of the Illness of mankind t comes from eating Improper food J or too ranch food peopl 9 are inclined to overIndulge themselves This IRi where indigestion finds its beginiog in nearly every c8e The atomath can do just ep much work a dno more and when you overload itAor When you eat the wrong kind of too dtthJ ytdoytb fsat such times thottthe stomach- needS help it demands help ana warns you by headachs belching j spur stomach nausea and indigestion YOU should attend to this at once b tkingsoniethizig that will actuall JJ do the work foi the stomach Kodol yjiaturaldigestants and contains the same juices found ittoit ittSold by the Red Cross Drug Storer For Sale A good seven room Dwelling on Grandy Ajenue Lot contains nearly two acres House newly painted Nice location JLsFotJ Jl on Tf D Tapp or McElroy Whartcn Real Estate and luau ttnce Agents Springfield Ky Hendricks Attitude Hilpmonf the Beckh Administration as Ex x tpresged in a Speech Hero in 1903 IIThe voters of Washington COti ty many of them at least remember the speech made in C diothtHon John K Hendrick in ItA rillQOS Mr Hendrick Wl8i fahria candidate for the Demo critic qominaticn for Governor against Goy Beckham Mr Hthdricks made some startliDgJ disclosures concerning Beckham a ufflis administration in tbat speech which the people baveff abOisplakine in Springfield Hen dribks drew off or was drawn pffj leaving Goy Beckham a cletoj iracir This is the samee lJoH K Hendrinks who as the Democratic nominee on thet g erBeckham ticket for At ey General is asking thef1to beorsthat same machine which her so bitterly denounced Below edreQ reiThe Governor complains that helhai notescaped the calumny of garden brokers and graftriswho met with no cheer s offiCe and refers to the punt defng of funds and sandbagging corporations under thne thre t of legislatiQoor2 fratichise tx punishment Itj do4governr shiedjjustifies hb in making such a statement and falls to give the ames of the offenders to tle pubjir he is as unfaithful to the p eveoileas lie was when he failed to dis Qsfact that he had a contract with Mri Calhoun binding him to col rjt cVtbiB war claimfor 3000hwhen ho withheld that informa ton from the j egfslature ancsav permitted him to pass a bill1spe whereby he dould enter into a new contract with Calhoun and thus sandbag the tixpavers outt of 68000 Ifjhere was not cot Ilusion ane graft in that what in the world is the foundation of wftt coTheBoentay the SpanishAriierican sot a thier8pbtucky lot the timei be tween their enlistment and thaJdate of their being mustered intIservice and allotted to Kentucky edabout 120000 to be paid to her trioldierrestlboune was notified of this through lahatattachment between him and C ICalhoun sent Calhoun aftei- off he money which was received and brought to Frankfort and juepoaitedf tohepersonal crediti of J C W isSeckhamI 0whent 18000 was retained Who Divinity hihalone can tell gopo j bl then I will oblige the people aDdt inii whichl I ain lloath to disclose tm v thithoutas to what became of part of it A yustributed to the poor soldier who isatf thoreignthidefense they were patted upou jtheirmoney andJJg fyounthicething like 90000 for a little lsIsri han aryeara labor This money was paid to Beckli m as the Ooaitnand rioaChief of the soldiers of KenCI thtuckthandinuponwhere else to authorize him j Ijhemployanybody receive it or apayt1 Braidleysi Great Campaign fa H tFormer Goy Bradley is doing epoi n ofedice Igocd government and for the success di the Republican ticket He is gaining a magniflcenvliear jnisheaht It may not be generallyap preciated that the fiery old gladiator of Republicanism is mak- Ing his nghb fpr the bettermnt of conditions inOKentucky udder trying circumstances but it is true that he is working under sabilitIes of health that would prevent a man of less courage and loyalty to the cause from undertaking arduous rGo Bradleys knowledge of political matters in Kentucky his close famiairity with every phrase pt the situation and his own practical experience in office fit him in peculiar way fpr anIJle discussion of the issues His speeches haye been masterly contributions to the campaign TheA have not only exposed the inflated claims of Be ckluim and Hager for the vir res or their Bdministfrationj but they have demonstrated the fallacy of the criticism that has en directed against his own regime t His is undiminish The name of Bradley still J mains a name with whch to conjure and his unqualified sup port of Mr Wilson and all the epublican candidatecrfor office a most yafuable aset at thisi in mHerala Gov Bradley is billed tospeak at Lebanon on Friday Qcober thand a big delegation of Washington county voters will ubtleSs be on hand to greet comtoAWhen an article has been on th market for years and gains friends ery year it is safe to call th1Smet1iC cine a worthy neSuch Is iiallarc l Syrup positively cures and all Pulmonary diseases One ofby the best knOwn merchants InMobUes Ala says For five years my famity s tQLjjcatrpnbled withthe jvin 1Boreed toy children from many sick Us Sold by the Red Cross trugr Store toShipp In the circuit court the entire ek hasbeedcpnaume4 in tlIeCo Dialagainst John Chwniauwoman against her will and at of James A Sbipp of Cam ellstille charged tilth the murder of Joe Smith a citizen the same place n the first case the jury fai to agree This is the second al of Bowman the first al 0ma uljing in a hung jurV The trial of shipp began fJuesid4 coyJ101Ithis county havoibeen exam l ined The case will reach the W r3t probably thIS afternoon or i morrow Tne crime wi h which Shipp charged was cpmiuitted at unpbellsville on December 4 1905 Smith the victim a verym tepulars friends claimedI1A a cpld titoodedme feeling ran high against ip whose life it is said was prperilfo4e tragedy At his first trial inCamphellfo le the jurtr dick of guilty and fixed his pun hment at ninetynine years in aleI yerdict the defendent ap pealed and the Qourt of Appeals of after a full review of the case grant d him a new trial on the ounds that he was entitled a change of venue secondly iff at the commcnwealth hacL no P1 Ight to introduce evidence con cerning Mrs Shipps chastity n at the defendant was edtitled his trial to the benefit of ii rand rerfessioUe killing occured and lastly at the language of Mr Henry his plea to the jUty was of PI such a nature as 3 prejudice qi minds against the defend ui n At the time the Qiurt pf Ap peals rendered this lciSiiH uia prpf Mr Shipp the trial pf arry Thaw whojklllidStanford White was ifcigffrtM itt New York and CMNcontaiu JI feature were strikin lx j j v v A J J ir G T JARVIS et s4o l It n He is toe Republican ncmyae for State Sena4 iiW4 3r it15th Senatorial District co posed of the coiimlieV tia 0 I 1 rion Washington anctPaylorS r a t i Vi = sitmilar The attorneys for Tbaw lost no time in having a copy of the decision made and used it for all its worth during theremainder of Thaws trial lwhic4 resulted in a hung jury Lebanon Hard Timc in KallsiiThe old days of grasshoppers and drputh are almost forgottena the prosperous Kansas o today although a cilzen 01of Co deIl Earl has not yet forgotten fa hard time he encountered He sajs I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night anddayftndI uld find no relief till I triedc Dr Kings Ney Discovery Jiofl ok less than one bottle tp com pletely meJJ The safest an spdreandluigand throat healer sever discovered Guaranteedab Haydon Robertson drug ore 50c and 100 Trial t bottle free t t nWilr Run X aihtt McChord r i The name of Lewelyn P Tan topunder the log cabin in Nov m ber as the candid of the Ret pbJli an party for the Railroadi mmissionership in the Second strict His oppohentjon the 8Democrat stordMr Tarlton has been nominsff ted cooncontaining the names of over1400d voters from the tihirtytw b counties included in the districtl DCjway owing to the fact that t1We nner of bringing put out Bg candidate for this district was e ferred for a meeting of thetIt mmittee representing j thtSI irtytwo counties The meet a g was called but p quoruthtt failed to appear and HP action prtakenkiSincebeen coming into Republican headquarters urging the Domination of Mr Tarlton and under the pressure of thjs popular de Randp blican leadersj Mr Tarltpn has consented to act Tbe pet Elianfort by noon yesterdaySMr Tarlton is oil of the most- ominent and b sti conpected Republicans in ithe Stte H S a large firm rear t Prank rt and has pac lced law In that city for tvieitt years His practice has of late been itmostSupr me COurt Hisp1MSl the University of Michigan i1 and an LLD of heJEenti cky Jnivesity Apart from one term as Sher fo he has never held or sought ubic office He bas refused preferment on several pccRsions c aotablVport unity to be State Inspector Exam per under Goyerno Bradl yHetaq i A J A rrimlNl Attack 1i j nan inoffensive citaen is Ire b ientlv made in ihatappiit1j selessiitle t Slte4 lb appendix Itskieill7- Iresult pf protracted coo Wp fOlloiniJtVlvr torpor KinlUw Life Pilla 5 theliflr prsvetit appsndlc ieand Wtebli egaMlhbit fe h bov1s 2t5a Udon Robefrtaong drugV torei I c f 7 rnr ji ISOBSRfr f fv L994tL1 1tO4- F daMoH bFw ThiDemocr legislation liCk reminding improving introduce legislation Campaign elapsing Govt1 labprsO mercilessly popularity Enterprise Shamburg Mexican IM IJ i i rtWenfji lturbed from th Citjjoi Miiit f1llist Thursdays fht bro bt th Ih eaMexican ervaatwboy prbveyhe solution of UM Wjt 0 ioblem in Harrodig 8e jIi a wbmat abot 21 Jr tage with a little taglrLt 1 wl half years old The wc t t orlginaJJy cam from tbe iiMexco tup UJ cix moattia f ago had never Mfta a dmi ft bleor chair Tbecqau ipf Iher people Was ioI l fffl oor and evn f ipcprus ibat iIYi chair She cine4aika ord English bat ktif a Ii t m embers1of the Gaitbir IsH eakSpatnshaii so thyTm i long mioely pf ooww MM iW oman koew outAxneljcta thiat litrikeejping wh a takVa i efciipe by Mrs Gfaifcher ibitsbe it imUL f to learn very rapidly aiidtit i the household 0 Wbakwhatrifi expected of lrsb 4 DM ItIU t1 U1Tf and pr perif aid 1 idoe not need to be wteb or ld again She Is a diH t v worker kud by IMT M1 training wouW ao4 bI1 o f j leaving the 1wt taskirtgIt Iissaidihatamiable dispoftltia an4s Itantly weafrs a saHit J t f Mrs GaitJier hisa two jr 01 ntract with tlnpayg iher tranjiportalna i t i f5 per mqcth and boanllDr esfeif and flhiW aaid the tniDt J ortationeic to JlexIc s s 4 oipM if h fe ir to Jo CdtitOiMyier o Mpi Itt 1totstJ ooi4toji b bette saUdte to rwnalo itcanbdooeitwtflS ovearstboo eepers of o riraif lbrJs 6 TIlE fEXAS t Cure ill Kidney r4- heuiatic trossbjss ill drag gkMtf or two 4 fcreat MHBt Ibj M wlW Hall O t Louis 8djrtiff1Qft al PUb sa1P Tki lrst 1 oclock p m t h ribove date st i iIawsto ai-JSpdfg iw pike tira oioMebIowia6osk eta 7 Mfof pod1rrfudate eislhiW tlsn-a cais Jood Iee4ri f1iIjmid 10II 1 4ift8Ao t t ADd jM a M iMsb4pf tlibrI btf14aW taailtalf caeltQRisR from dab ber Bank SJAdsnoa- mpbsUvooner I Qt fta1 =Draf Store r n THE NEWHftDEIt aUSDAT 41vIIADVANOIS- Z 1 t jPfl4LDKY i L IW VIN Jr j TIIw bir1iis M IVM I PII rI tt s bss WMuuttte Jib7 si Is Jat biit eH tJl tUH Jt Pt1 eAiuW MII1+ f Ir1s kiet rvP iYl r L J 4 TflCWibAY ricE 1907 tP nTicket fTh fo11ows i ticket was nominated jJ tk nr4s In State Conven Stiot LouLiY3lIe to be voted for at the Ttiert1ectiI O pyernEAutuETj1SOU LiLflk r uy f TUeutept Governor WH CxXaysvIlleSjKr Atioraey General Jam es atotHofjki YilleJ s J Trank P James1Ear r0MWr1 Qtj jS Ed r4 State TreasurerrCapt TFsuriey adwih 1 Tot creta43 Pf StateDr Ben L ae Miaifordvllle t FeiperiJ end nt o f Public In t tn tle JGCrabbe Ashland Fo r Clerk of Court of Appeals rt Nap4i Adarii4 SomersetIt H Fort Snator G T Harris Is the Republican candi date for Mate Senator fromthe 15tb SSeiat4iil iMftrict composed o- fWIigton Marfoa and Taylor cuMiesS j ForRpr4ntative- c w BBar1 il is acandiate for e ehtatlJ the Lowe House- bith Kemtucky legislature ubject to tW ctloa cif the Republican party The attention of eyerv voter b iathrSUte iihould be called to tbe corrntittionsl amendment relating to jjuffrage and elections whio1iail to ivoted on at the NovtLbereIectiqn The proposed aMecldment is a measure I pMitd blast Democratic Xdmfnlatr tion and its object- f priBMtriljrwiMR7 to disfranchised M large por tioh of the negro pop 1a ikj butj its ejects will bf Mwciil brojider Tile clause r vread as follows Persorswno otnaeJloOta least six y daysbe iortih ekqtlcn at which tfiej dJftr to voie1Jid in lull all Btalic county municipal rdjs IIly Jricta d acool taxes due by tbwii for the year previous to the one Inbich they offer to- vbW Thik proposed amend mentw a direct blow at every pan in Kentucky who by cir cumitanceiover which he may baysno control is unable to pay eiLhei his state county tounici pal Misjiriqt or schcoi taxes withia the fear previous to the + tiime at whicb he attempts to vpieji It makes a money or- prop qtialiflcalipo necessary JoUW out citizens to vote and- if aciopt4d djj thousands of poor ii mea and thousands of others wUojtliro kh indorance of the 1S aorlD reailuretO promptly 0paytheir ttaXe3i will be dis fraychised Although t4e meas 1Jeiii rqtt4red by the Bemocrat 1yit Is so manifestly im fAirithatwf do not believe that it will receve the support of any fir miiKleii cit1znis It jis an T outrif e icwnH therighbof the ocran and a direct bow at i11tot sacred Jrivilegeof the Aanertean citizens the right toIHrI htt es your backcHchfi Do oghteL- tirsd and drowsy and lalctjg In Jim liliU If K thce lisombthinp AwSfMljr with youkIdiieys De Witts Xditey awiI1aMer Pills re1ie- vebcki4ee1k kIducy aiid Infla HitiwMiW bJadder 5weeks treiiiiitifc 25 ceW Sol4ibyl the 1f8tJeitCrs W h t Iiarst sclialkitise askingWit1eSfor Mth I 4pisMtie By of Mt-t n i bet puita dr- ioha Jluduty Sur-54 tn otVtJlll flflDoI4sVitgin ot 1 71tt f4 J111 er1a84 i t Qhaplln spent from Friday tH Sunday with his aunt Mrs XHGrav Mr Russell Hardin and sister Mil 3Belle attended church at New Hppe Sunday and dined With Mr andMrs W H Yancy Mats Ollie Gray is in Louis ville this week selecting her fall millinery She wilt display goods at Polinr erI Mr and Mrs Ivan Sales MCI Rodman Mackville Visit ed Mrs Eliza Mitchell Sunday Mr John Gray of Donnison J Texas arriyed here last nightj for a few weeks yisit with his mother and other relatives This is Mr Grays first visit inold Kentucky for about ten years nOn looker Henry B Jones of Tampa Jla wrftesT I can thank God for my present health due to Foleys Kidney Cure J tried doctors and all kind of kidney cures but nothing done me mach good till I took Foleys Kidney Cafe Four bottles cured me and I have no mOre pain In my back and shoulders I am 62 years old and suffered long but thanks to Foleys Kidney Cure lam well and can walk aad enjoy thyself It is a pleasure to recoaamend It to those needing a kid ney edLcii1f Sold by the Red prossDrug Store 6 SCru2 sill The welcome showers that have fallen in thepasfc few days andwhich were so badly needed basrevived the spirit of energy andindustry the hearts of our farmers and many of them are now busy sowing the golden grainbut still our hearts grow sad at thia seeding time for in we realize that another year of Our liyes has been spent and we are fast hastening on to that bourne fre m which no taveler ever returns and as we notice the falling of the leaves it seems to present to our minds a picture that seems so reall and that as we look back on Springtime ift represents our youth and sum mer our manhood and woman hood an Autumn that we are fast passing down the stream of life but alas Winter we all know too well its significence lThe Saints at this place are holding a meeting under the leadership of Bro Chapel from daircoutty assisted by three ladies whose namas we have not learned Miss Nannie Demaree who has been yisiting her cousin Miss Salhe Hendren bas returned home Jolins Geasar waa a man of nervebat sickness lleft ilsmark andhe became aged before bis time Sickness is often causedby- a torpid liver Heroine will regulate your liver and give you health Mrs Carrie Austin Hollan Kaeas writes consider Hergine the best medii cine I ever heard of I am never wiihouiiU Sold by the Red Oros rug Store Thorn Hill Mrs Mag Litsey and two children Sam and Iva of Marion county was ihe guest of IL S Litsey the latter part of last week Mr Roy Fenwick of X3orbin and Miss Annie Wathen of Lebanon spent Wednesday with Mr G W Fenwick and Family Mr T R Bgley and son Louis visited relatives at Enidp Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Marion Sweeney w retbe guests of Mrs J W Logsdon Sunday and Monday Misses Susie and Ada Fenwick xere the guests of the Miss Hiatt Friday and Saturday fyfr and Mrs Scott and child of Willsbursr visited Mr J I Brewer and family Saturday and Sunday familyMr RaMr and Mrs W M Barker were the guests tit J Th Barker and IamllySunday Miss Susie Fenwick visited LogsdonTuesday Miss Lola Fauth and her brothers Arthur and Carrol were the guests of their aunt Mrs Kate Winter Saturday and iundaySFORGETMENOT mUITIcoughs that colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug1 law as it coiitains no opiates or dtn r harmful drugs and we recom ufend it as a sate rctuedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore Valley Hill r 1co cootnew for writing but tnaVrJe we can catch o few iteirs ps its easy when we find them rJVIiss Pearl GoatlHY has re turned home after attending the norse show last week Miss LidaGr ndy is at home after a plersant visit WIlelatives in LouJsville and attending the horse show inI7dsviUand attending the horse show Me W Clements returned irMHB prominenVlay Moiiaj lifter visiting rel t Mrs Richard Baclowe visited TTiIher aunt Mrs Chat Lewis this place last weeK ofI Among those who dined with Mrs W F Moran Thursday Were Mesdames T A and T 0 Tatum John Lair of Louisville 3noldsNebspentWednesclaynight ofIpant Sunday with their daugh Mrs S P Derringer 1ter W N Foster and chil of Louisville ara pleasant guestaof their parents Mr and Mrs M Reed of this place this week Mr ahd Mrs J Young Mayes af Springfield visited their par ents here Sunday Mr H M Grundy Visited his mother here Suoday popularjschoolj near Maud from Friday until Monday Mrs W Moran is suffering a chronic attack of bronchitis Several in this community are qutte ill with different attacks Weiare needing rain here very bad afc this writing Tile Sunday school has beep orthefacttroublesoms to go to Sunday school and a visiting too and then cold weather was antjcipac od But rjght here let me say that when school boys and girls ran go tp school each daj iin in clement weather they nan go to Sunday school on Sunday But I cant control that that part is left for the Superintendant and Treasurer I guess this thingof going to Heaven is a mistaken ildea for some people whO think they can settle that When its warm weather and not raining but what about trying to rear up the little ones under the auspieces of a good Sunday school organization Nothing is more instructive and beneficial for old and young why notco tinue Well its old aud almost true that If half the peppe were in Heaven tube majority dogfight 1 Card tal1druggistsareiifFoleys Honey Tar fails to cure your cough or cold It stops the cpogh heals the lungs and prevents serious sult from a cold Qures la grippe cough and pre yents pneumon ia find cpnsumption Contains no opiates Thej genuine is in yellow package R fuse substitutes SoldI by tbe Ret Cfoss Drug Store Willisburg The meeting began at this place Sunday wnha very largE crowd present and a very able preacher Rev Gibbs of Law nceburg J M Brown o f Lpuisville is spending a few days hero with his friends Little Ugene Sharp pot his f XTIAGOODClothes Are Made BestI IlLETIsameI will make the better batch of bread The same principle applies in c1othesma g Most boys clothing is just ordinary YTRAooon is the one best guaranteed brand because of the greater ability ofthe man ufacturers and better work I manship See this Norfolk l6 to 12 Every item that goes into the Norfolk and all our other- XTRAGoop styles for boys must match up to the highest standard every step in the ratetThe Robertson Claybrooke CO INCQRP ORAT 11I nose broken last week by a deskt at the bank falling on him Het isgetiiS along very nicely the present Mr Smith of Owen county is visiting hers n of this place T J Trent and family and Os car Sherly spent Surday with W T Wells and family We were very soary to bearof HardinlandHill visited our place Monday Mr Sutherland and wife of tilllsboro spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr John Suther land and family Mr Richard Pinr tonand family visited tbeirfatqr Mr John Grider Sundav You never have any trouble to get children to take Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup They like it because t tastes nearly like mapel sugar Kennedys laxative dough syrup Is a afe sure and prompt uemedy for cugbs and colds and is good for verymember of the taaiily Sold y the Red Cross D rug Story Tatham Springs The sick in this community are all convalescent Mr John M Royalty and daughter Maud yisied his par cuts at Ashbrook Sunday last We have had a very dry sea son hero arid water was getting pretty scarce but there was a good rain foil Thursday night which will help a great deal Everybody around here has finished cutting tobacco which is a scarce crop in this sectioh Mr and Mrs George Kays gave the young folks a music party one niSht last week All reprrt a good time Mr J S Royalty and family spent last Saturday with the farmers sister Mrs Lula Gillis ajpd husband Mr Elisha While and wife visited his brother Charlie and Iamily last Saturday and Sun day v Ramor reports a wedding in the hear future Mr L M Satterly and family were the guests of Ha vie Thompson and wife Thursday last Mr George Shirley is having his house dressed in a new coat of paint which adds greatly to its beauty LMr Worth Burns iis to build a new d v PreparingI Mr Isaac Johnson has returnIed fr6m the city Where to purchase his winter wentI Sowing grain cutting cain and fodder seems tobe the order of the dayhere Byacmth IeWitts Garbolized Wtch Hazel salve is good for little burns Ind big burns small scratches or bruises and big ones It is healing and soothing Good for piles Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stora MOOR VILLE BOrn on October 4tbito the pundboyMr Mat WeBs and wife visi tea their daughter Mrs Ed Yocum last week There was a large crowd out preachlastWe were starry to hear of the- deathlunCleJoe Reddick and oIlmen of com unity here5 who lIrs grauddaughter Owen Ellis has vacated Moores yule and is at present near Woodlawn We had a good rain last Mpn day which was much needed There is a stiromongour people in the Senator and R p- resentativeraces Mr LukeBarbour a huckster who lives near Woodllawn asses through here every tWO weeks Well the tobacco crop is all in Coru qutting and wheat drilling will wind up this week Dr J Niyhehan has returned from the Jamestown Exposition much pleased with his trip Misses Ardie Wall and Marguerite yddane visited Misses Lora and Cassie Yancey last Saturday night and Surday Mias Belle Hardin and brother of Hardesty attended churrh at New Hope last Sunday abd dined with Bro Yanccy awl wife Mis Mattie Pinkstnn and daughter EJitb yisited Mr and Mrs Sam Scott last week Mr Jas Cull Jr and family visited their parents near here last week Miss Nellie Grigsbv of Polin is visiting hers st r Mrs Will Moore V r 11Mr Palmer Cheathara and sistAr Ada ait uded church at nighttl ded church at New Hope last Sunday night gnetheWednesday night in honor of Mr Chatlie Kays of Illinois Those Who were fortunate t19 be CarneyNancyEthel Gordon Julia Paries of Danville Mattie Pinkston i of SweenyWillie KaysJchn J ii- I To Provide Your Stock With Water I use the 11- r I Galvanized i Watering Tank All Sizese I Prices Rigfct I 1 1 Lber1j I ANNOUNCEMENT t We are authorized to announce J Rogers Gore of Springfield a candi d t for State Senator from the Fif tee ath Senatorial District composed Of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party vI Polin Guthrie and Johu Gordonv Messrs Charlie and John Kays Of Polin visited their sister Mrs Bruner Carney last weekIMrs TD Sweeney visited her brother Mr N T Chester of Polln who is very ill Mri John Williams tndffamily of Polin Mr Herbert Eddleman of Mooresville and Mr George Maul dined with Mr and Mrs Arthur Eddleman at Booker lastS nQay FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Kitchen and Scullery Hints Here are some good suggestion for your kitchen Have youc shades and curtains 6f white muslin tbat can be laundered When using yourgas stove In the summer cover the top of your coal range with newspapers which will make a handy table Have your rack near the stove so that yourtowels will get well dried after each dish washing A small shelf should be put up near the stove to hold your salt and pepper boxes Covcrthe wall back of your sink with oilcloth preferably white and here may be hung your sink broom sbovel dish mop and soap box In a box or drawer may be kept the necessary articles for ironing says Womans Life The top may be coy ered with oilcloth andy will give an extra table A chest of drawers is use ful and almost necessary for keeping the kitchen towels and aprons besfdeu many other useful articles It Is well to keep in the kitchen a bottle of Un seed oil and limewater toge her with a roll of old lInen pieces for bandages for use in case of burns To Wash Chamois Leather Prepare a good soap lather to which a little ammonia Is added then place the leather in the tub and squeeze it evenly between the hands If there are any very soiled parts place them on a Sot board or on the sides of tile tub and brush gently with a soft brushSRinse well in warm water squeeze out and roll In andean cloth anti either wring by hand or pass evenly through a wringing machine Open out and pull evenly Into shape and hang to dry lit a distance from the fire While the leather is drying It must frequently be pulled between the hands to prevent it drying hard Tonic For the Hair Massage the scalp well every day and get It loosened tip and flexible so the hair may receive its rightful nour Jshmcnt by the blood circulating free JVat the roots This will stimulate the grWth and arrest tbe splitting and breaking This splittIng at the enIs nhvuyV Indicates poor nourishment anti nothing but massago vlll relieve the trou c Apply this tonic iK rected Sulphate of qulniuo thirty grains ncetk acid two grains rcsor cln 120 grains watcr four puiuus oil of eucalyptus two drams tincture of cnnthnrldos thieo drams alcohol twelve ounces Arix shake until dis solved and filter Apply to the roots of the hair every nlghh DotachabloCupndle- Eer housewife Is ediifI utetl with the problem of what to doVltli cup ci- iiiyhlci the handles have JWn bro ken She dislIkes to discard thsiu tu CLuirs ox CUP unIslbeen Invented by a Washington man lwhichl crockery desired The handle ig com nittachedslipped over thfc edge of the cup and the clamp fastened When the cup is finally broken beyond repair the clamp can be readily removed and attached to another having n broken handle I THEATRE TALK K0l11 iOiDID YOU EVER READ THE STORY OF MONTE CRISTO Its a wonderful story so full of iinterest that the boy who stArtstoread it should be on excellent terms with His mother because in nine I Its A Wonderful Storycasesoutoten to carry up the coal forget to perform his errands for get his meals while following the hero through the trials and triumphs of that heros career4PMONTE CRISTO NOT T EAL MONTE WHO LIVED r i STORY OF DUMAS but Fred Conrads theat rical Monte Cristo wtll visitthis city in a week or two- EVERYBODY IN TOWN WILL WANTTO SEE THE PLAY but to enjoy it best this paper advises a read lug of the novel before witnessing the theatrical production WE DONT KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE CONRAD COMPANY but it has as good a reputation as any Monte Cristo Company on the road aid will doubt less present the great melodrama to the satisfaction of all theatregoers Conrad guarantees the attraction and he jayshe will give you ICYOUR MONEYS WORTH OR YOUR MONEY BACK THTWORLD IS AT MY fEETt Monte Cristo is one of the greatest plays and like EAst Lynne and Uncle Toms Cabin will live forever t having won a piacin the affections or the great theatregoing public The powerthatgreeteda dramatic standpoint no play excells it and the situations are sensational t a tt degree MONTE CRISTO WAS THE FIRST OF A LONG LINE OF DRAMA TIZED BOOKS and has fairly proven the best after its almost continued service of over sixty yeirs FOLLOW IIIAMPLEt su cessfulplays th1t have in recent years been made from books areuJ3en Hur The ChristianQuo Vadis 4The Little 1rIinbter1es of the DUrbenrillej 1When Knighthood Was in Flower AndfIa the Palace of the King BUT THE PLAY THAT HAS AND MUST OUTLIVE TREK ALL is Monte CnstoJJSUu PRICES WILL PREVAIL SPRINGFIEp OPERA UOUSE Thursday OctoberU4G- itli iForElectiorl STATE OPKENTUCIvYUs County ofWashington August term of the Washington County Court August26r 1007 This day came G W Grigsby aria filed a petition signed by twenty legal voters of Mooresville voting precinct No 2 of Washington county Keri tuck and moved the court toehold an election at the next regular No therottsto ioshall be allowed tp run at large o the public highways in said precinct It is therefore ordredthat- he 1Sheriffand officers of said election will ojcjthe polls ahd have placed otheibailotsivhethier or not stock shall beallowed to rust at lurge on the public highways In said precinct Copy Attest W F Booker ClW In compliancq with the above order glen from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the vOters oi Moqresvipe Precrnct No 2 of Wasli hjton county Ky that the polls will be opened on the next regular NoV P1ber Election day 1907 for the Purpose of voting in said precjtict as towhether or not stock shall run large on the public highway in Mooresville precinct No 2 atj J S Osbourne S W C Obstinate cases of constipation aud nasty mean headaches promptly disappear whea you take DeWittsi Little Early RijfdrPilh old bY the Red Cross Drug Store IriIi t talal t It I= AL El1Je a 1 ijt tt 1 ll E Rosidoilcod aMd I jr1r r j 4 i j i 1 f a I fa IHavingJ J i2I I i sold privately beforehand sell at public sale on 2 = SATuRDAY OCTOBER 26117 iIIAp f I LAT 130 PMI 5My residence on MainCross Street ln Sringfeid l This inew 0 r ithouse containing eight rooms with bath and all mpdern convea f r iences One of the nicest homes in Springfiel4S v if Sbi iJi It = Personal1 Property = 1 Also at tile sme time and placel will sellI a lot iriI Jpropetty consisting of House furnitu e seVeraln e drivia a horses One registered jemjett InUependence and in oa14A r J lot of buggies hariness feed and barn supplies v fiTerms announced on day of sale 1rfet A f Titj I Dr1 J1 B1 RoBardS 1 a 44I44rWSa CHOICE PAIII FOR SALE No 201 Farm 128 acres one South of Texas gobd room dw r foojl barn well fenced Price mUeII No 503 Farm 100 acres good 34 mile from Lebanon Ion pike all good land well f DanvilleI watered Price 50 per acre No 20i Farm 166 acres situated 5 gooddwellingI Price 50 per acre Jf0205 Farm 130 acres situated T miles west of Springfield good dwell ing and barn good corn and tobacco lland all liS well Price 10 peracre 206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfleld Good dwelling house 2 barns weLl fenced and watedPrctS3700 207 52acre farm located 1 12 mls southwest of Springfield Good dwell obtbul1dingsImprovements I repair Price 85000 203 12 90acrefarm 4 12 mis from1 Springfield all good land Sixroom dwelling stock and tobacco barn wire fenced All tie land In a hteh state of cultivation and UPS well Price SCO per acre 208 100acre farm 3 12 miles from Springfield small dwelling house and good barn wire fenced and mostly in grass Price 32000 WIllisbnrgKy l lies well Mostly in grass Price S40 pericreSiZlO lO acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house andl barn wen fencgd and watered Near railway station Price 3500 212 100acre farm located 7I miles from Springfield Good small house and barn 5Qac r sin bluegrassI Price 1500 2 13 380acre fam21a miles from town All lies well andisgood land Good improvements of every dndlline woodland around dwelling SIO per acre 214 200jicre farm four miles from Springfield Good improvements land all lies welt Price 05 per acre 215 103acre farm located 9 miles noutheast Springfield 35 acres of tobacco land two barns 30 per acre 218 210acre farm near Mackville Ky Good farm all lies well mostly in grass Price 850 per acre 219 140acre farm 4b acres creek bottom All upland new land Small house and good tobacco bare Price t45 per acre 220 100acre farm located 8 miles t andIgoo Insurance Agents Liberal Offers For a short LImA only we wHI- m lc the following offer dur subscribers r v We ViII send ther 1 1 NewsLeader one airaMl the LouiiiyiUe Daily HWiiid Or the NesLados year ansi the Her fliotttiw for235 Or the NewsLtackr o year and ilerald oe yei for 325 t Or the NtiLderofle year and LouUritte PStto inuary lit 19 8fotJf75 i kedimproyenents60 pera re i r f rsrofSpringfieldlag house and barns t 9 per acre 1 searMackviile224 rrJ 2tbarns j 225 140acre farm l locat4lr rJ iyiiwellt OaTreIIrffencedper acre t226 farm located 4 i1eA south of Spririgfieldf Good jpiie p ments ofevery kind JrIce rIghit EisII 227 200acre farm 3 aRes ir0 fSpringfield Good house and barii awL rall other outbuildings Land all ilea l wellis under good feace awl isjIa tke best ofshape ItjsaI pIac awlis a desirable hosie per acre froSpringfieldt 1i in grass good 6 rooM dwcUUurui new barn Price 160 per afere 230 167acrehnatiS4Springfield Ky loM boia aada Pright on the pike Price lN 232 240 acre fan mUiMtown two good dwellings hrctwell located Price HQ per acrj h233 140 acre farm 3 mlks fro town on the JikefMEl footti- dwell ing house 2 good bans Jrk15 per acre 234 250 acre 254 miles fr ttjfield Ky right OAth trite VUgrass good awelUwr ad banif t1 allies well Price W fcr ere JF235 114 acre farm located Ia1It from Springfield right a tie bike good dwelling and bars lahl1 liefe well Price 55 pet acre J236 llO acre 1ar located 4j Ues om Springfield oa the pikeJM aa Afro d barn Price sl250peracte J 237 elacre 7 miles lrMII Spring e d o l the pikt gaod lwsse l anti barn Price 2i5U per al1e 2381QOacre tantl llfr5Springfield good hoie iMill aris Price 2750 per acre t X mwi14rMackvillei utt and good barn Price f5i per acre 240 117 acrefarm located 5 ipiire from Mackvillej 1o the like g04d ithprovemts cf vcry Y Pnce per acre 241 40acre place good bavMt a 4 barn all good lafcoY oathee JImiles Ora town ke4iid 242 5Gacre farm near ITreiirfcira f goodfourbuildings Price t T 243 So acre fanaj gdo N1i8aQc aw 4 barn Price 1750 irv McELBOY A IHABIW 1 Real Estate and SpniskIy I liberal to y 3monthfor175 350acre ri liijflii Hi tiilir Cta t1 TAUGHT Y t i StrEwRy- 5 4Sv Betli1m nntxJ 7vTerms 12 peroit v pisj4l 1 t k ftll l8iiett t ia the R tOntJcW Jj cNUt L public concertsthirl4 tajissv k- comtest w for Geki Medal st tM Is 1it the termUJ IWillIIi9 l J ViolinSi jji latr a y os 1 Street ThIEI1STS i The cheapt si c wfl- 15pr sMy ever to iaxio- aitkiabeut 0w aniariet thIjLLWiea- MI 1Sa m feW mnthi ILi at aa4 gt the benefit if- thlyer4r 1 werkt l IIttIe T r DR JJ1 I BURTON IDNT DENTIST rTN EXTRACTED PPAIN 11 JbI work Strictlyr fa 4 Th1th dutIdkrgNI nn8tot I n I t fJanwt ONor Haydoss Drugi4or- It U DC JI II Id t J PtNMINL n a FG la BY ATTOHNKEY AT LAW 4s ereopWs Jlukt S t XY F 1 fpy il1iD HyATT flyifciii ul Uipis iiOS tc J W4B grO fier7f Prytsrianc- huAiL r Dr W JW Ray 5YSLKM 3UIGEWLu V Oeoyec Ion tRbelt aowDrag Store p Fbwws O c 115 172Reiidmce aud YMAYtS fUUaAt iiC1ORre f T Ttar TELEPHONE AilifIQHT74 FIELlfIT lbles foiaIPodFollowing iis tbe tibt schedule now ie effect On the Bardtown for and SpdigtieW braBch railroad SIo 4iLiye LouisTill at 43OpiM Pwdstpwn Junction 522 d wnt06pm 1tLrrlye1FNo 42rl eftWf Springfield at 520 m i Ba n3iVoWD GU7am Brd toWn Jttnctob 650 a mIarrifrf Louisyille 740 am for No 41IMvH Louisville at 820 BI BardfttowD Junctiongr 910am i Bardsjtown 1100 am arite at Springfield 1230 pm N 44LesVee Springfield Itr100 pm BardjitowD 220 pm BaHUtown J a tioB 485 pm arrive ib LQyi11545 pm I Kb 90 Stfndys oaly LeftYei Spcl tield at 715 am i Bards towiTS am Bardstown Junction for 8t4i am arrive at Lguisville gmKb 91 Sunday only Leaves Ijoiijsville at 6 pm B rdstown J tiott645 pni Bardtowu 7iOpm arrive at Springfield 8pnz J1LL7HLCQUCHl- o o MIt CURE THE LUNGS WITH Br kings lewDiscayeryi ll81 c8L anITtIsi IMN MLneleATMllTIOU8lEI to VALJTUDIATIPACOZ1 OS XOU WUIDZD r veJaspeiSt Mr Jasper Whallen formerly wlih Mr cuJDRn Ky is now associated with jfe L Smitby vMarVet Street of between 3rd and 4thvLouisville Istjj 1Klfriends and your friends to calipI o toffi9 4 aepd1S orders for any goods yoa smy need v list StraiilltWWskits 225 i1 it4 the PttGAIIsLkttIed 4IdIO1 her per qwrt 8 per oe bar tfiw Io all points from n8e ot ftom 428 bt e Sl etNeW AI- tt aiJlii4 f f ll LSIIth i th iJ y Yr T Now t7 jii L ttii =n fPlhff v yF o iy a 7 91 am d it J yOubourn wMIcO t ii JJHI TOWN iHWH iiiN fiHfiHHiRI Local HappenIngs of Interest The Fret and Latest I ANAlMWt Yeur eir Friends LFJudge Breathitt j Judge James Breathitt Repub I lican nominee for Attorney Gen tral will speak at the90urt EIL18ein Springfield ontbe aight of Wednesday October 16tb Judge Breathitt isoneof beet political speakers in the pa1gn and a big crowd will Jubt1es greet him He will also speak at Willis burg at 1 oclock in the after i noon of flsame day Wednes day October 16 ih A brass bandC will be on hand at Wulli burg Salted peanuts at McElroy baers- You can buy cheap for cash a tiLawrences grocery tcMcElroyi A lot of ladies and mens shoes Cheap at Campbells CountryprOduceof all kinds wanted at LawrencegeyM- aple syrup and sugar on sale ov at Lawrences grocery FJOnefourth d1awA few moje iarins in tin glasfiMare at Lawrence grocery Remember yoiican buv groJ ries cheap for cash at Law S ncs grocervSWhen in need of fruitei vege bles and erocers call at LavCI nce s grocery When you haye more vegeta than needed exchange them r grocenes at Lawrences C tomstoves andfurnature Campbells M POR SALE 200 bushels seed heat jj rice Tight E p WALKER Two 5c cans baking powder 5c two 5c s ticks wiggle stick bluing for 5c at Lawrences t ocery riFORyearo g mules1 will sell ai BlorEIfeicabbage potatoes cornSeggs and butter l Lawrence GroceryS We are still in the lead for all kind o produce cash if you dont need any merchandise at Campbells See our be caunter will be aded and ready for your in spection toy Saturday the 32 4Campbells a You are perfectly safe in buya alogy caiarrhal trouble as herRed Cross Drug Store gurahtee refund f4trecures 11Newl recelw every week and our stock pt attractive with new goodsa j1ndstomers at Williamsf Having sold o ur grocery part business to give posession now you will be able Ito gather some rare bargans in tiasswareW until then at Campbel1s5t BORN To Mr and Mrs Car Cleiland at Middlesboro onI 3rd inst a daugtttor Mrs Cleiland has many friends herea childhood home who remem her as Miss Lizzie Mae Grregory There are more thrills of theC at kind in Monte Crist nd lporeromanceand genuine melo drama than in a dozen clieap concoctions of vice and low sen sationalism Mont Cristo has e power all the wouldbe melo drama writers lack d R vR E C Lawson has re tarried from Morgantown where helba been holding a meetibg e will occupy bjs pulpit at the FrMbylriat cfe rch on next 51 aaUuIacl will also oottdocl prayer moating there j thii fTfaur day evening i1JJ jit i TOPICS aalUIIa AJIUlI Two children of Mr Ed Bob leU are very ill with typhoid fever F FYou can find JltSOf good things to eat vat Law rences store Theladies of the Presby terrian nurch will serve a coffee and chocolate lunch at the llecture room of the church Friday eveI ning begining at 4 oclock The infant child of Mr Sam Anderson died Tuesday morning and was burled at St Rose on Wednesday morning iby the side of its mother f WANTED A refined energetic young man to work1 in grocery Must come with good teference and not afraid to work Apply J toW P Lawrence Springfield Ky Box 101 tt Help the stomach to take care f a hearty meal by strengthen inK it with Miona No distress l or indigestion if you use Mi cf na Mon yrfundedif Miona faiJv at theRed Cross DrugStore to TJie months old baby of Mro and Mrs Silas Logsdon died ofs whooping cough en Monday and was burifed at St Dominic on- uesday Severat other chil ren in the Logsdon family aretl Buffering from whooping cough Tvpeverhas also been in the fam f V w Some sneak theaf broke into A Shaders store on lastlf fraturday inmalll was made through a back win dow The cigar wheel which about a dollar in I nickels was robbed and the cash drawer was also broken open The latter however only contained a few cents Noth ing else has been missed from he store luatineeThere will be racing at the Pair Grounds Springfield on next Saturday afternoon Oct 12which promises to afford good sport Th re will be a pn special match race for a purse the best three in five heats be ween the following horses Howard C owned by R L Bur nof Lebanon St Rose wned Ly Dr 3I B Robards and S- lackJack owned by Leonard aker LThereot5 race between two colored sprinters John Carrico and Humphrey immsClemeiits E The marriage of Miss Martha Robert Simms and Mr James C SldaDominics church Rey Father Hennessy performing the ceremony The bride was becomingly ttiredin a gcwnof Copenhagen blue trimmed in panne velvet nd baby Irish lace with hat of he same shade of blue with ses of blue encircling the crown and Bird ofParadisefi falling over the left ide of the brim She carried a- arge boquetof Bride Roses tied ith a bow of tulle The ring ceremony was used id Mr Louis Cain arid Mr Joseph Clements were the attendants and also served as ushersp or the bridal couple TheE ushe o for the congregation were Mr G C Wharton and Mr LOuis CainIMiss Willa Knott sang a beau f l selection preceding thd entrance of the bridal party into the church and thE wedding a march was rendered by Miss Cain After the wedding the brtde nd groom and the1immediate relatives of both were given a itdlpllerbythtMrsNannie Simms The popularity of the young u1le was very handsomely r attested by the elaborate pres ents received consisting of sliver cut glass linens furniture and the substantial coin of the realm Mr and Mrs Clements ae at home to their friends atc oaht tkegroom Wbereyer theres a catarrh germ in the nose or throat Hyomeis medicated air will reach and destaoy it And ab solute curES for all catarral tro- ubes1OO Money back if it fails sold by the Red Cross Drug Store J YtL g PERON iiMrs Will McPherson of Le- bfanonis visiting her father i Mr W H Bond v I IIMr Fred Clatk +has returned i to Bardstown to live1 Miss Hallie Huston and Mi Will Huston of Maud were iin lown on last Tuesday Mrs Belle Bowen of Louisville is visiting Mjcs WW Ray and other friends here tMiss AltheireM dley has re turded from Chatanooga where she visited Mrs Alice Simms Mr and Mrs J Bailey Payton of Louisville were visiting rel atives here the past weekf iJlerot1IMrs Joseph S Claybrooke tI Misses Yeola and LuctBrown and Mr Joe McClaskey spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Newell McClaskey of Bioomfield- Mr t ndMrs J Rr Wharfofi1 spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs B Mahon at Lebanon Mrs Hansbrough and daugtr er Miss Nettie are visiting Mrs JR Gore Miss Elizabeth Leachman eft Tuesday to join Mr and Mrs Walter E Leachman in Louis lleiMrs JQe F Pettus vascalled Lancaster Sunday on account L the serious illness of her Miss Lula Timmons of Lebanon visited the Misses Simms he first of the week and attend edtheShnmsClemenbSweddingMrs daughter Miss Katie of Maud ere ia town Tuesday Miss Annie Mays returned om a trip to Jamestown Was- hgtohand New York i Miss Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon visited her sister Mrs H Thurman Saturday and Sunday Mr J R Claybrooke Srcand family have moved into town from their home near Texas k Miss Elise Durrett is attend g the convention of tbE1jj Daughters of the Confederacy at Paris as delegate this week Mr C 0 McGill of Lebanon was in town one daylasfc week business Mr Ci L Price and little sonJc Langley Jr1 were in Lebanon i Monday 1 Mr and MrsJ J M6Cabe have returned from Drench Lick Mr Jdhn Polin has4gone tq- ouisville to study law Mr Virginia Lisle has re turner to her home in Lebanon fter a visit to Miss Panni3 Me troy Mr Ed Able oJBardstownJ visited here last week Miss Nannie Shehan oflau4i Thursday with Miss Evelyn Royalty l Mr John Spalding of Bards i town spent Sunday here 12 Misses Mary McCabe Myrtle Price and N4ll Greene and Messrs Gwin Marks George Robertson and Hugh LeeSmith were in Bardstown Sunday Mr Charlie Wells of Bloom eld spent Tuisdayhere- Mr E 0 McCarty is visiting relatives at Lexington Mrs Louis Rogers has re turned from Louisville Mrs Hamilton Robertson andi little son R H are visiting her arents Mr and Mrs Henry deleri Miss at BardstownIf rnr sburg IS vlsiiincri Missen Veola Brown and Jennie Leach man V Mr aniMrs E Carl Lit ay nd little daughter Sarah of Lebanon spent Saturday Sunday with Julge and Messrs family Hobd andll nd Richard Kelly attended 1MrMisses Myrtle and Mabel Price spent Wednesday with Miss Goodin of Lebanoii Mr anHgan is visiting friends in Danville Und JLexing ron Nvi t In most cases cansumption results from a fieglected or iimproperly treated cold Foleys Hopey and Tar cures the most ofcstinatp coughs I and prevents serious resultS Itcoil yon no more than the anknbwn pre tl parations and you Should ingiet upon l vllIpaqkage I l Drug Store a Two Deaths at Willif burg I Jporrespondenc NewsLeader g Algapn that awful visitor death has passed through our com munity and robbed us of two of ourxIdest and most highly re spbcted citizens Henderson Hajfdin and loseph Reddick Henderspn Hardin died at hi Son home on Friday morning Octo 1r4Lh He bad been lindelicate Health for several years but untilI fefiort time before his death hac I been able to go about He was i years of age and bad been n member of Rock Bridge Baptist church for a number of years He will be sadly missed by the church and Sunday School as he attended reguFliYsI children and grandchildren to schom we extend our heartfelt- 1sympatbv Joseph coin naonly ltn ReJickmor Joe diedon OctO ber 5 ageThereto principle than he He wa honest to a reany in all hs deilings Although a cripple all his lifo bee wa never enelgeticlIanlever In his early life he use I to haul freight to and from yealsbewagong over the country and on his laS trip he was taken suddenly ill and was never able to ba out any more He never professed religion until bout14 years ago since that ttime Nhe has lived a 1 faithful and consistent member ofthe Rock Bridge Baptist CI church Heis survived by his wife and seven children CO grand children 22 great grand greagrandchild May God com fort UiQ bereaved Tot ones in this their great sorrow is the win ofthe writer the Thes Hdeqlbrothersisters Who were the dauigtites of Anna and Lewis Harvey who came from Virginia in the early can settlement of this country A the very striking incident is that these two olcl men were grandw ftDersof LIfI Hardlns chil jji uren 4 o by these deaths they were bereft pfjbofch grandparents A at the same time t ti MlSTIETCE thef1 A Haste mkeswast in digestiye organs Hurried eat ing brings on indigestion Get relief and cure by Miona fstomach tablets 50ca box sold ty lyudiDrugI fOR SALE FARM OF 150 ACRES 0Isituated on the Elizabethtown on dirt rad 6l miles from Spring fieldrthe farm has on it a new dwelling with telephone and rural route service Has all of necessary outbuildings 2 everag lastic g wejls f ponds 50 acres feet tinVfPrict Bt once FL A Whea leyCIIRoute 5 Springfield Ky t If you take DeWitxfa Kidney and Bladder piUs you will pet prompt reIlief from backach weak kidneVs in slhmmatlouortroubksret cents Sold by theRed cross Drag Store For Sale Buckboardandtwo sets light and heavy harness W P LAWRENCE put Notice be V i IlSirisomtnrr sure I will be much oblige Ing CONRAD BERTLEJNIs laSBorax In tho Laundry Tlje washerwomen of Holland and stBw who get up their linen so beautifully the white UHO refined borax a a washing powder instead of soda In the propor of a litrgeItndul of borax pow IUnn to about tvif gallons of hoiliijg wa They save In soap nearly balth For laces and cambrics an extra quaiIs 1Uty of tile pmvder Is used anti for itnyru g required to be made extra stiff a strong solution Is iecessary Borax but being ulneutral salt llocs not In ththslightest degree Injure the texture orIn ctli1nrbe kept on over toilet tablcj Tblcniove Medicine Stains Stalns inade by medicine and iiiobvjont are often obstinate to remove K the hands of an amateur Iodine nittrkilUoybe reniqvCd by iWashlug thspolS with strong ammonia until It fadesk after which waSi1ft tepid p wuter ami strinoap AujmoWa is equally good for te- mnvin fcod liver oil stalus FUllerlsl tn IlJarth m fo lJJstennd ibtchW iiP11ed jft spots will also remote them c a IA inistrators SKLEAs administrator of the estate of T D and Lloyd Clarkson o- nOctoberTnesd y Z2J the farm 5 miles from Leba Sprirge stockJproperty belonging to the late firm of plarkson Haydon 1 toppy pair mules 4aud 5I years old 1 pair good 4year old mules 1 pair good3ier old mules S pair good 3 and 6 year old mules 1 good work mule 1 weanling mule colt 3 high style brood mares 1 nice harness mara 1goqd family mare 5 high grade yearling stears 2 high grade yearling steers 1 weanling calf 1 cow good milker 3 years old and calf Also another lot of 12 yearling steers will be offered for sale if not sold before that date 4 black jennets 1 black jennetin roill lSyearptdgreyennef 1 Jack 2year old This is a ood Jack i 2 Duroc gilts thoroughbed 30 head of hogpi 10of these about ready for market ycCormick reaper1 1 new mONeri bought th s summer One 2horse wagon plows cultivators and other farming implements One 2 horse wason and bar ness 1 buggy and harness Corn in field and 1 rick of hay Alsbaii same time and places of lumber the property of Olarkson Haydon located on Sharp place below Valley ill This lumber consists of uite a lot of good 14ftoak ncing and some good boxing sheeting and framing Anyone wanting tb bid tm this lumbar see and examine same on Sharpe place before tbi3 sale Sale begin at 930 Lunch ill beS2rved on thte grounds at 30 R C CLARKSON dmr of T D Loyd Clarkson forSale Privately Having sold Imy home proper willjiow offer forsal private my stock of Groceries inclu ng fixtures soft drink1 andI laundry agencies Along with this sale goes the lease on store room and cold storage making verv cheap rent and a very desirable point to do business For particulars call or address rtoW P LAWRENCE Spria1gfiel KYI No howe is so pleasant regardless the comforts tha money will buy when the entire family is in per health A bottle of Orino Lax ve Fruit Syrup costs 50 cents It ll cure every member of the family constipation sick headache or bmach trouble Sold by the Red ross Drug Storet i c Getting Rid of Rats Iplnn for klllhig rats that Isvery successful If carrlid out with care lis drowning them The plan for doing if to diga hole In the bani It possible near It and put into It a tight bar to within two Inches of the top Put In corn or oats to WHIR up within eighteen Inches itt tim top and Cleave there a week or tn dnys Ul1 till the ts find It and come to food Thou take out the grain and nil up to pain depth with wator and on top of this about Qnebieh of oats TIu rats will come and Jump down Into the oats and go nil through Into the water and drowned Feeding Adds to Fertility When a Hock of sheep Is kept on nleiti the land will be made fertlfo In a short time as the sheep not only dlsj ibute the manure but press It Into e ground by trampling the loss be hut little For that reason It hath been said that thetfoot of the sheopj gold tb tlK Ianaa A flock of sliQthf however cannot add anything tb the niL other than to prevent waste7 jf materials which they nntnrnl ic9 l me and are therefore mbre vaiualo hen they are fed at a biini at night additional food rendering the mii ure more valuable Amount of Food For a Horse It Is claimed that 2 per ccntfpf the hoises freight of good nourlshhjg food all It should cat In a day By this le a horse weighing 1500 pouuds slipuld receive thirty pounds of oodi It inust be considered that some ing depends upon the mount of bor preformed as well as the dlgcs ve capacity anU nipetlle of the anl al xv v Building Up the Flock Xothlug lint the mostvIgoitouB stock tninithio should bemused In the purux bred flock A vigorous offsprlns cftn ot be expected froAi stock of wiWk const tu llou lit hiotti eye nud netlim f itlirvbtCtfcUng stock should show svjgdt 7 lfen ForFowl 1A mess ofbrau Is always ben ilCialF- owIs Bran contains more phosv ljIrlln1 lj Iowels I = w t The1atsttharjaJ Eadies i Suits and GC1oakLLji f AIIO M MIw ChildrensCLOAJ3 5 canbaiiiru 1ilb L 5 I- Bit Jf tkStote Just received beautiful assortment of novelty Wf IIDress Goods Trimmings 1IJ j t We show only the correct h w i tfNew Laces 10 ij and net All ovens for waists nevj Silks for waists and I w I fUllsuitS The atest nove1tte nBeltings BelttBucl Back and Sidecbmcs ndliandbags s d t I Underwear Blankets Etc I Large stock of Ladies and Childrens warmtjnderwear Zi Cumforts3 Blankets C All at old prics Wt bo1iIhtOf Oftour Tney wu d cot us more todar trJWE ARE ANXIOUS TO SHOW Y8U l I y IITb 4rL The and I tockearly RobertsonOlaybro6keCo1II J 1INCORPOKATEP II I ti I ii iI i t i ii il il w i 1 OvE Fall toc4 11 i W 11 Jtt WAS QPQHT l t 1 r Jc oS J 2 L l V j If Befor Theo AdvalloF 9 itf f f 6 I l TI rt Wf1 r p W and consequently we arepepr4to fivo i 2 X tamers the advantage vof the ikW pdceosi i4i iwhich are selling aithe Hvjince sIuwhcjj q 1 S 1 arSS I riI i n We t t t o1J t J Will 1l j I Utt Be f ir c I I 1i 1 to haveour friends Call g cJ FALX u f t Iir Ac i A 1an d WINTER GOODS LDC fobuyi I j t i GRufflY fi IclTffll lrP JjW t44 r k i ftf LEXINGTON iv-tt iI ocri8i181 Jt2 f S1OOOOO STAKES AND URS 22000Kentucky 5000Tranaylvanla Fi1turttT itC tf 3OIGWutaMipII21laut Pitv tr3OOMcI2Sn 1T1 j v WE B a SALT ATII i I It L 04kwsaLeader t a li ct DailyI 11it a 325 it V r fl w J F 5IMPLE REClpt i l i AiIUfIlNat It J 4p t HMM ami Try r kaywayt t tMfrm ay pieriptionll phirttb1o1Pbg ci FloH Extract Dtrt ll eM baft c jQlfmpcMlHXarpt bnoes cpsaa J3yrnp trflsthr ois t well in bottW aDtlI Iftliai it iMMpdwifal dos after Ceveh a d at Ibedtiee l ii yLe minsjat authority jrbo wriU w a fiw York daily pp r an Hir prcriplkm yJl vritsiii to relieve backache kid s f IJPMiUe weak bla4d r and alE ms OfDriaarU1IltiJ-xlThis reJCt promptly oti tfctt fttamatiTe IMW of the kbas tnaWintr them to filter and filraiB the uric acid and oibs jyifaiite matter from thell bodk eflH SUUith Santo pnK L who suffer witb the dfettoM Hay sot feeli i i in eUatff to piece Biucb c iAdeQce i tIa ili simple mixture yet U Cwbo baytctedit say The nnt aM aiatply tarpriaiaf J i r tsefbing effected wtboJ t U tet hteit injury to thettoW ch or other orfaai- MixMflMaadi Teit It trial It ntipBi hiphly recommemded Ik iar the pneeripWoaoflnJsat aUbority wboie Mtira rep CitM taki WM eUbli h J f itIt47 A dntCtTMt bweat home i wfKe stated that ht Ooagetber siipply the ingredi Mf tUx thf prescription for owiaders atop recommend it as 11ee 1CIt 4To Curtail Crop i y1 Tlkere will be absolutely no t toteieco frpwn in O wen county c ia4903tiDleM the major portion j oi the pooled crop of last season Iibetok fcXeFbruarT1t idil Mort Bourne editor of the Oweatoft Kews Herald and a efftl repceMntaiiye ofthe Owen I Barley iftyIt the Old Inn t to4ay Tile preeent Mason ba yi ida 6000000 pounds ot t MtlMprebb11 the finest to bMoejtKrOw In o rcootitt f aideinleec the trust cornea to f fiii ibe toriMof the faUiacr it win bee lat frown for anindeff li5 ab of time Mben asked as to whether ny d e ltywere looked for with the OQEcuity farmersr rwbo ww jot beaUoweitcUivt ti tb iweed Mr Bourne stated that i thia matter had already been Therehl8fty 7ubeid and we toeilc fo none The course ofr lfiaajo ity hta been invincible i aafiVattokstageof theproeeed imi is sweeping everythingr bette it The farmers who doJ lonr to the Society orI IM E4tity re1decreeijecoring wiaiibe cf the organisation aaJ iim no eyent have they at teeipted k oppose its course I The Sght among the farmers as tet tlw Ifente of the Socieiyof Ejiiity Is practicalLyover 8tSJi pt Wed ad that within a few Moths 2000000 pounds of it iriIl have been stored in Loui iYk Of U amount 700000 1od Iwa alrd been ship pad Io LoKisviile and the ra r ileaiade will be sent during the Ute fall or early wintex Ai ejection of the members of the Baird of Controllwaa beld in ten twejity precincts of the coun tr SaUwlay and the organiia fwlllbeaffeetedfpoicyj of uN board to oppose1 tfce ciltiTation 0ftObacc1 next I l year inleM at least tJO per cent ftlUie1900cropbabtendia poewd fat the pooled price be= f seedplanting time The Awiein Tobacco Company has e ottied to witMraw its L fci er fron the co ifaty and titi all pobaWllty the large wre bei MtiiitaiMd by that con terii i 1aOWwilll closed ThetjrTo Aepuj t bought in the county during the last two years and the lease on the warshottse will not expire iitil 1910 Lon isville Poet b DearIt liner JJyder old mother who is now eighty three years od rioQ Electric Bitters writes W B Branson of Dub liii GillaSh his taken them lor about two years and enjoys aaexoeJlent apDeite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the q8dandtbealinehap1Y re suite follow In all cues of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too ara greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles by Hayddn Robertson Druggists SOc Mouraer Ai ed at Grave exingtonI KyL At the grave ot bis brother amesJGod dare whom he killed accidental IYtit is said ihi a fight overa game of cards yejsterday Charles Wf Goddard icas arrested this aft rnoon by Detectives Johnson aail VI Ti arrest took place under the shadow of the Henry Clay Monument in Lex1 ington cemetsry- Thearrest was made so quietly even the weepingmotber of Goddard did not realize that her only son had been torn from her J WGodrLlthe father had called his son from the graye and introduced him to the dtective1iYou must goj with ussaid ctiveVeaJ land young God dard made no reply When he had placed the last wreath ofAo wers on his brothers resting place Goddard walked out of toe cemetery with the officers and was placed in jail on the charge of fratricide God dard said that he Would have Surrendered to the police past night but desired to attend his brothers funeral before going to jail He declared that he hot his brother accidentally by pull ing the trigger of a revolver when he struck Henry Hupter on jIj ing to rise to strike my broth jr said Goddard for he bad threatened to raise a figi t if another misdeal was made hen my brother fell back I asked him if he was hurt and he said 1 es Wben I saw him die my iind became paralyzed with lear and Irwssranning went home and avoided the officers until the funeral Goddards mother is prostra tedThe sympathy of the com munity is with young Goddard MicssCuiotk Cored by locatappllcations as they cannot the diseased portion of the ear Thfere iis only one way to cure deaf seas and that is by constltntiorial remedies Deafness is caused by a inflamed condition of the mucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube Whjen this tube Iis inflamed you have a rum bling souBd or imperfect hearing aDd wlen It if entirely closed deafness is the result arid unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed for ever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarre whichin iictbihg but an inflamed con dition of che Hjacous sursaces We will give one hundred dollars for any ease of deafdess caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Seud for circu lars free F J Cheney Cc Toledo O Sold by Drdgiat8t76c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation A Changed Bird An Irlsbmnrt who wnsut much of I buuterwpntout to hunt one day und the first thing he saw to shoot nt a bluejuy sitting saucily on the top of a fence He blitzed away at the bird land then walked over to pick It up jVhat hebalpenedotndthere was a dead frog which he raised carefully at arms length looking at it with a puz tied sir Finally he remarked Well beobsbutye was a folne looking bvrd befur 01 blew ther Others off o ferae Judges Library Ridiculous Among the Quakers said Miss lrihitsHow ridiculous exclaimed Miss GWdayuAiI if any one could possibly be Interested In mens batslPbIIa Jelphla Tress The men In this Country who begin by knowing It all geuernlly wind up V nuking the way kome A lunta Con rtltutiou j I I 4thJitsakngiime T ea Ly beceme run i t hfii SKSi 1 jLtJte vealf witlt tLii 4a lf i1IpJr ALLDIIU P1lt D OO y LIKE HUMAN CORKS I I f Hw the Wfiler In Great Salt Lake Treats the lathers Bathing la Great Salt lake Is a unique experience Flights of steps lead down Into the water front the Interminable platform along which the bathhouses ore situ ated The water is quite shallow at first and you find a rare enjoyment for a time In wriggling your toes about In the salt hat forms the bottom in place of accustomed sand You are obliged to wade out some distance be for you experience the peculiar buoy ancy of the lake First you feel your feet trying to swim out from under you You find It more and more diffi cult to walkjt You begin to font in spite of yourself Then you realize you are nonslukable You cant sink It you want to Throw yourself oft your back or sit down or try to swim and you bob bout like a rocking chair In a freshet You feel as though you had been turned to cork1ou cant help looking at the phenomenon subjective ly You dont see that there is any thing peculiar about the water It looks and feels like any other bathing water until you get some of it In your eyes or In your mouth Then you wish you hadnt come Ocean water Is sweet in comparison In fact the chemists tell us it is eight times less salty You cant drown In the lake by sink Ing but you can be suffocated to death which Is just about as uncOm- fortable and undesirable We found signs everywhere warning us against belni too talkative or too frolicsome in the water When we came out we brought with us large deposits of salt on our skin As the water evaporated we found ourselves covered with white crystals Only a strong shower bath of fresh water or a good clothes btusb can put you Into fit condition to ressTravei Magazine Weighting a Horse Stern Some of the officers and men of a vessel once anchored in the harbor of Funcbnl Madeira went shore for a horseback ride around the island About halfway up the mountain we came across a little mtzze topman flushed and evidently very warm rid ing a spirited little horse with a stone tied up liti a silk handkerchief slung to bin tall The first lieutenant laughed and said What1 Are you doing with that band kerchief Brown Why yon see sirsaid Brown that when I first hitched her up she pitched badly being too much by the head soI just rigged this stone on aft and brought her down to her bearings and she sails now like a clipper sir On a Manofwar Cider Jelly Allow a pound of granujated sugnt to each pint of sweet cider Boll the cider twenty minutes add the sugar and boil until it jellies Lay six nice Malaga raisins in each glass and turn In the jelly Cover with melted paraffin Olt of Siqht Out of slight out 5f mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a soreI burn or wound thats treated with jBucklend ArnicaII Salve Its ont of sight put of mind and butof existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by Hay don Rob ertson druggist 2oc is AN IRISHSUPERSTITIPN Fishermen Dont Like to Meet Women When Starting For Work Superstitious as to Its being most unlucky to meet a woman when set ting out to fish or upon any Journey by sea are not uncommon From a head land on the Donegal coast the writer was one day anxiously watching a small smack beating across the bay against a heavy sea and stltfbreeze which had suddenly sprung up After a long and hard fight for It the little craft made the pier inr safety and upon condolences being offered tbe skip per on his recent har ships be said Sure what better luck could I have Didnt I meet a redheaded woman In Sllgo this morning tbe moment I left my lodging to walk down to tho boat In this case the color of the Womans hair and the fact of hr being the first person met with aft r the man left his house seemed to ibp the determin ing factors In the dajis luck But in other places the objection to such anv encounter embraces Jhalr of all shqdes and any hour of the day it being am ply sufficient to bring the III luck that any woman should pass you by just as you are walking down to the boat Only a few weeks ago the writer visit ed a small fishing village on the Gal way c jast and just before getting on chattingIA strapping young fisherman who was walking down the road toward the harbor suddenly stopped climbed over the fence and made his way to his boat across the fields The writer observed to his hbstess that the young fellow must have mistaken him for a process server with a writ for him S snldhsbut me Hes Just going fishing and would not pass met If you gave him the fill of lila hat of goloVLondon Chronicle Napoleon There Is no doubt Napoleon fell through the sheer dizziness of tbe height he had climbed to The Due de Raguse says the Comtesse de Bolgne once explained to me the na ture of his connection with the em peror In a phrnse which Is more or less applicable to the whole nation when Napoleon said All for France I served with enthusiasm When he said France and I I served with zeal- When1iesa1d I and France I served with obedience When he said I without France I felt the necessity of parting from blmT Ps London Weekly A1lflghth the Sleeper naveyou tVer traveled In a sleep lag car UncjeJasperr- Yes oncet But I didnt sleep any What was Stiie trouble You see Id Just greased my boots and Id heard tell about them porters always takin peoples shoes out and blackln em so I had to keep awake oil night so he wouldnt git a hold of mine rer I knew It he done it hed want extra on account of the hard job Blamed If I can see why the company rllowstbcm kind of things to go on tfblcago RecordHerald fITOKYOS SLUMS Wore Than the Went iIn Paris Un den er New Yrk Tokyo has slums whose poverty reaches the last depth of buBan degra dation Below the cellars of Paris the alleys of Loodoa and the crowded alums of the New York tast aide the Japanese capital reveals lower gulf It Isa region that no ray lights Yew moldy man of Paris and your hooli gun of London do have 4t times fierce joys and moments of atkl pleasure but the microscopic Intensity of the distress lin the Shltaya quarter of Tokyo bars out all hope tokyo has far too many poor people nd their dis position is a pressing pnblem Thousands are shipped to Korea and For mosa but the pressure steadily in creases owing to the constant migra tion of ambitions Japanese from the provinces to the capital city Japan carefully avoids all public ret erence to these great sos OB Its body politic Their existence la hidden from the foreign visitor Rarely does a tourist see the slums aid specialist Informaltlpoorest quarters Japan lls so skillful ly press agented that the existence ot these miserable purlieus Is not even suspected by the average studen ot conditions It Is a journalistic rule in Japan not to say anything that betrays weakness In the life of the peO- ple and it is a rule generally observ ed But there are writers In Japan who think that in adopting the cljlllia tlon of the Occident the republican form of government should also have been imported and these give the min istry trouble at times by telling plalav unpalatable truths The Kokjiml newspaper detailed a representative to live the life of the lowest and poorest In Tokyo and his articles dealing with life in the Shltaya district created an immense sensatlon When translated into English In pamphlet form the government promptly btupthe entire edition and destroyed the plates Walter J KlnpUey in Worlds Work Cures Brood flklir Diseases Can cer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood Is impure thin dis youhaveeating sores scrofula eczema itching pimplyskintism orany blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm R B Hi Soon nil sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and perlargeBlood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B forchronlcdeepseated all else fails 9 lya SELECTED HIS OWJTQRAYE Dead Shot lill Found the Marshal Waa Net to De luffed When Dead Shot mil rode Into Hays City one daylntthe early seventies Iwith his hat pulled down over his eyes and a hard look around his mouth those who knew him said that be had come for blood He had not however He come to have an understanding IIbad Dave Mills who ha4lately been appointed city marshal Bill set on bi horse hi front of the star saloon until Dave came along and when they had saluted each other and shake bands be said Dave wbatabottt this city marshal buslnesji oIm gain tokeep order was the reply No more shooUn up the town UNo mare Bill Youll stop IU I wilt Say Dave you cant do it You are a good man but you jess cant do it Im comln In tomorrow to capture the town Dont try it on Bill But I shall Dave Her you got a few minUs to spare asked Dave as be gave a hitch to his gun A hnl hour What s wanted Come over to the graveyard BIIL and select your last restln place Its flllln up puny fast but than ar a few choice spots left They went over tlicreek to Boot hill the three Acre spot set aside for the dead and as Bill got offbls horse Dave waved his band and said Take your pick and Ill put a Cblny man at work diggln the grave Bill walked over the ground and finally selected a sunny spot on the south side of a knoll and said it would do The city marshal called to a Chi naman who was passing and ordered him to get a shovel and dig a holes and then jbe turned to Bill with Wail at what time tomorrer kin I expect you About noon Davk Sure to comeT Dead sure I never disappoint an audience you know be ready Goodb Bill So llong Dave At 1155 clock next day Dead Shot Bill came Into Hays City with a whoop arid a yell his broncho on a dead run and a gun III either band At 12OXi be was lying dead Jn front of the Wild West aloon and at 1245 the Inquest bad been concluded and he was occu pylng the gave he had selected The city marshal had downed him and the verdict of tbe jury was We are kinder sorry for the deceased but It was all right and according to Hoyle Denver Field and Farm WMU u Well u In Are Reds HraHe ir Xibtj nt Bidder TrHMe Kidney trouble preys upon themind discourages and lesseusgmbition beauty bottles a bottle a vigor cheerfull ness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order or dis easedKidneytrouble lisA prevalentthat mon for a child to be born afflicted with iMnve Tf the child urinates too often if thennne scaMs the flesh or if when the child reackesan- age when it should beabJe to control the passage it is yet aictedwith bedwet ting depend upon it the cause of the diffi culty is kidney trouble thefirst step Should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder not to a habit as people suppose Women as well as men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the seam great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of Swa PRoet is soon realized It is sold 1Y druggists in fifty cent and onedollar size You may have sample hv mail free also and wenk and and most IISS5tI1IVdII pamphlet telling ill about SWaINpOt including many of thethousaads ofeeti i monial ljtters received froeiaIeers cured In writing Dr KiUjttt ae Co Binghamton N V besured weatioH ietaketWtDr Kilmera SwampRoot Aad the ad VV7b9tttc i z Mil HairjRan Awa IJL DOE have a falling out with out hair It might leave you I Then whit That would mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home j Fasten it tightly to your scalp You can easily do irwith Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simplehair dress ins It is a hair medicinej halfl tonic a hair food The BM tklmd of teatimoalal ItaeW1ueTer sixty years XMtz QeIeetA1n1loaH A A1ae r uers SAIS w wIIII EARLY RISING 1tlNltt Qeea For Those Who Hay ta Work Hard All Day Therai8 no adequate support for the impression that the early morning hours are In any way more wholesome or healthy than later periods of the Jay Except in summer time they are apt to be damp foggy chilly and moug the least desirable hours of daylight It Is quite true that during the summer there Is a sense of exhlluj ration about being abroad in these early morning hours but this evaporates with the dew and Is apt to be succeeded by a corresponding depres mon and loss of working power later In the day I have been observing my friends and patients for the past twenty years in this respect and am in elinedto the opinion that not a jittle of the depression and nervqusness which commonly develop in hot weather Is due to excessive exposure to light from habits of early rising inherited from agricultural ancestors npt coun terbalanced by three to tour hours rest in darkened rooms In the middle oftbdayaSecondly that the exhilaration expe rienced during the early morning h oursI is an expensive luxury which be paid for later in the day Jn fact II tolputhouribeforeloses his working power an hour and a Half earlier In the evening Each in dividual has in the beginning of his day about so much working power stored up in his brain and muscle cells Uhe uses this up with great rapidity in the early morning hours he naturally exhausts his stock the sooner in the afternoon or evening It is largely a matter of when a mat wishes to be at his best If his occur potion Is of such a character can clear off the brunt of his work in the early morning hours then let rise early Uon the other band be re quires full vigor and readiness of mind and body in the latter part of the day or at night then be must rIse later to get it Even In pure muscle work it Is faisc economy to work too long hours American Magazine r AN INGRATE SOLDIER His Cowardly Action via the Making I ea Nobleman Here is a story of the battlefield There was war between the Swedes and the Danes One day a great battle was fought and the Swedes were beaten and driven from the field A soldier of the Danes Who had been slightly wounded was sitting on the ground He was about to take a drink from a flask All at once he heard tome one say Oh sir give me a drink for I am dylngr1 It was a wounded Swede who spoke He was lying on the ground only a little way off The Dane went to him at once He knelt down by the side of his fallen toe and pressed the flask to his lips Drink said be for thy need is greater than mine Hardly had he spoken these words when the Swede raised himself on his elbow He pulled a pistol from his pocket and shot ut the man who would have befriended him The bullet grazed the Danes shoulder but did not do barmi he crIediI was going to befriend you and you repay me by trying to kill me Now I will punish you I would have given you all the water but now you sbaU have only half And with that he drank the half of it and then gave the rest to king of the Danes heard about this be sent for the soldier anti bad him tell thostory just as it was Wby dld you spare the life of the Swede after he had tried to kill you asked the king- Because sir said the soldier I ould never kill a wounded enemy aThenman said the king And be rewarded hint by making him a fcnlght qqd glv Jpg him a noble title Famous Stories Retold Needless Ceremony Peter bad beep hastily bidden to Bobby Hunts party and tts mother was rounding him up in frjut of the washstandafOb mother b said do I have to have a whole batbT1 CertainlyPeter something and his mother asked him what It was said were you sure It wasnt jnst vOlJrld 8reP1led Peter Im certain I heard Bobbys mother tell you over the telephone that the party was very Informal Youths Companion He Knew Them Once at an Important function at Marlborough House Sir Francis Khol lya came jip to tbe Prince of Wnlos ind remarked Some gentlemen of tin press wish admission your royal high qess Ob said the prlnce show them in Jf they dont come In at tho dpOF Lbe3jih come In at the vent or IHarnett- Tt mWT be tan suggested the tniI ilto dally dally with these sbnft- sIrwIt Not when youre hitched between em responded the press humorist with a sickly smlleIioulsyllle Cou rlerJoarnal The Last Word DirerrI iltut object to my wife hav lag the ja t Word rper wouldnt It mine would cut Mt sffoa of tboM before itSmart let I EMULATES RIP VAN WINKLE1 Maine Woodsman Rested by a Three Days Nap For once in his life John HnUa lumberman confesses to feeling real hCrecentlywokethree days and nights brought about boughtfromwlioalwaysfeelio do much heavy work but he never can seem to get sleep enough He needs more thair the average man and frequently spends his Sundays curled up on his cot rising only tpeat He peddleremployed and was sold some white powders th peddler said he had bought from an East Indian Hall was told that while the pow ders were harmless they would make him sleep soundly urd that when he awoke he would feel us chipper as a larkA couple of days after making the purchase the lumberman was sent some mites from cutup to mark out timber and along In the afternoon he felt so tired lie concluded to try one of the powders The stuff had a bit ter taste ana while Hull was wishing be had some water with whjch to rinse out his mouth he fell asleep sit ting up with his back resting ou a log That was the last he knew until he was aroused three days later by some of his comrades The absence of Hall became known the night he took the drug but no alarm was felt until the following day when a couple of men were sent to look him up They met with no sue cess and next morning half the camp went into the woods The searchers shouted until they were hoarse and repeatedly fired guns but got no re sponse and that night Ran was practically given up for dead The search was continued u the rthlrdday anti along m the afternoon two of the men came upon Hall sitting just as he wus when he had taken the mysterious powder The man who was easily awakened thought he had been asleep alx uf an hour But be felt rested as the i cddlerisaidhe would He was exceedingly stilt anti lame but suffered no other apparent injury from the drug or his long sleep and next day was able to work as usual Hall still has five powders left but lt will be a long tlniebefdre hocuses one of them They will be si la n chemist for analysis T LASSOS A BEAR California Stockmans Novel Method of Catching Wild Animals While looking1 after liEs fathcrslstock near Bear mountain dose to the snow line in Calaveras county Cnlo Edwin Steel came upon It large cinnamon bear Having killed several before he rode up toward Ao animal and fired two shots which severely wounded it but did not stop It from making an 1effort to get away Afraid he would lose his game Steel dashed up near the wounded bear and throwing n lariat over iIts head a desperate battle 1emme4I It required some clever work Ita keep the animal wiieh by this time A DESPEBATK DATI ENSUED was in a rage from killing9 the hunter After a hard tussle he managed to wear It down and eventually choked It to death Steel had another experience with a bear two years ago ou the range A companion had shot njblg bear and r turned on the hunter Steel rushed to the assistance of his friend and with only a large bowl knife managed t 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