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ykis o th piratsed TWNay a730JtII laewktia flIt ti Kjytl04Tipet e Sri WMI7 CATHOLIC CUJtC1 T JI Ytl8tet- TM evcT NY t li lIodock cyloe attRsa iIae1IotIn f lfBtTlWAlf OHTJRCBCI B TR X C Lawsoa Pastor yi1i ySna at 11 a trIHoi eTer a ay at ii aa prysrHLI- v T Twry TaIi t7e1I4 BAPTIST CHURCH BdlMMlDUaIPaato- rr T I1Jyt Ssna7 at 11 a4w rtIpJIII 1 even y at Mi am Praj 1 2 cvr1rTaoesy eyenlegti 745 eidqck i oHiuwl CB t Rer wZ Bocers Pastor Ser- vIcest fret H forlkSWrtday Sunday aeI3GartaraaI Ordsrs Aaoer Loeez prIag1e1 ledge H 4s rata 4 tk4r KoHl ds4kaoethaiigtoeIACaptec Te5 I every sasom Tsesday ftcU CMi eil Mo 52 aetsee 4Wtll ilcHl4kJ Lus Ts of Taz McAUMet- H jjrcac- t MTHB ORIGINAL ISYRVP tbifroi the == A fl iI1CSUp- ou Gw Ve p II 1 Al Ifh 4M W pwm 1 LSe I 0 DeWITT a GOr O wi- 6 Jj by R1 CrJ34 Drug Hi- rJ r j JY PRWS = LA4DEk9IpIIWE1EL kATTUsTY UXl11YEH8NE i uIsIii1Iuhri ijtIiIII IiUa ii liiiiiiliiljl MATTERS POLITICAL 11I p I HowTUR of tbeCooatyRacM Will Affect 3 the Cotet for United Stet i Senator f I1111 1lllI1JMM IIAnotb c mtM the voters oftt t Wafeineo coontjr most daoWe JI wtMn lUey cut their ballots inJ J NoT nb ria whether Ktntucky iO aayt 4be rule of the people i or tbe 1eot a machine For UM ipast eight Tears there asC Imi MiBiter conatractiob or in apeni m Kentacky a political calli Aa lped iicrivMiiljr to tbi aaplnli republicans but reoMtly improved to be equally democratIThat there iaucha machine in Kentucky there is rio Doesible g room jot doubt Some of us reJIOIe reluctant to admit its eiialeBoe than others and that accoHats for its present exis MeA long line of democrats jfrom Blackburn to Hays have testiied bf fore the people of its dbtxiteLceProven its effectiveness Some of ikem have made a virtue of iHiibeMity atid witerhiving tried to in vaiQ to destroy it have joined Jit Heedrinks persuaded the people of Washington county c fovrI years ago that it existed ABd tried for awhile to destroy it tbtit takes a mightier force tto destroy it than tieridricks lthan Blackburn or McCreary Nothing sbxrt of an united l peoplei can smash it It would bunjust to call it democratic although that is the respected ti1eIt w we believe as 2ar from ibeing true democracy f as it is Jifom republicanism It makes Vsfeel that nothiug short of a tcrime has been committed when ini w edteerable with age and admirable W in their devotion to principle s ftlWe have no home all our liyes ifitbaye been democrati limdi they have forsaken its principles and stolen its n meItThese men h were democracys conscience and would nOt have sacrificed If their loyalty for a kingdom And when ip November these old patriots veterans of a half hun dred campaigns put principle above a mere name and vote with the republicans whom they have always oppesed for Kent C twjkys redemption they will have paid the full measure of patriotism When the local candidates tsk you for your vote in November they ask it only for themselves but hersnot as well You do not vote ffor Gore or Jarvis rd or Barlow What will they do with i bat vote Will they east it fort the chief architect of that maii chine Will they use it to per petuate iits iniquities This is the real issue It can not be concealed nor confused One ord the other mtist go the rule of the i people or the rule of tbe PtcbineLet the machine tri mph and its victpry will strengthen jtand it will bet harder to destroy the next time PEts practices will no longer be confined chiefly to cities but counties will feel its clutches JhA little leaven leavenetb the whole lump Already we have witnessed its invasion of Wash I ton county The action 01 the democratic county committee was final when it nominated Gore and all other candidates were 7 barred Its acton may or maya not have reflected the will of thea voters Its action in ignoring f Goodlets candidacy for repres eaUUe was anything but lairdJ o Again its action may or may not have represented the will of the voters We hold nor brief for any disappointed democrat but t this bears a curious semblance to iKMMof the practices of the ma chins Let the machine win in November and you may expect tj see it in fili operation even in oar county rltrIa Whether Irpm policy or from aataral vcalwcc the tulo local Ehsy aOiDMs Hflli to a I bowIbe h apikIg Us othrj in ueh aiIeDei This4Ireo is cleo more intereinf 5y the fact that the one who does the speaking nowhaabfen for the pastt dozen years at j let yery still while the one who is now silent has in the past been most actiye in i speaking out through his paper coarse this is a matter that coCWJ1 these gentlemen but they certainly cat not object to e oorjpfculatiACUBO thiasiugu lar pbeimellon or wondering as to its meaning It nay be- Dby ilesign5 If so what is this hidden design The editor of a empcratic paper ought to have something more to offer iits patrons in a dgbt like this than extracts carefully culled and studiously selected from ther papers less afraid IS there no political darkness for the Buns fays to illuming Or oes the Sun prefer darkness to lightv The scriplure Jatb it that They that prefer darkless light do so because their deeds are evil Can it be that the complications are such as to confound the genial elitor of the Sun For Instance it is generally believed thatBeckham would put on thelid that Trimble is for the repeal of Sunday laws and for open sa loons and tihafct Hagerrjs for- tanything to get votes for they staged jso it is reported that these are their respective posi ons Is the democratic candi date for Senator for any pr all ofthese He is pledged to vote iin for Beckham if elected will be also vote for Tjrimble and Hager es edNovember Or what does the itor of the Sun think of Tyler thouldlived in Louisville Does h6 aubvse temperance democrats to vpte for Trimble who says that tieiridorse Hager when he says asb e is reported to have said at Maysville ltl am a dem Crttl tha democratic party is for temperance I am for temper ance if it is for whiskey 1 am for whiskey What does he think of Hines the wet nursa ofe this unhappy family Hines the manager of the democratic ampaignHines the leader bf he whiskey iinterests in BowA ling Green Silence may bet saer ont there are times when silencedeceives Thomas A Edison the great Am rican inventor says Fully eight per cent of the IlneH of mankind cornea from eating improper food or tox much food peopl9 are inclined o overindulge themselves This isw here indisrestion finds its begining vincan do just 00 much work and no more and when you overload it or When you eat the wrong kind of food the digestive organs cannot possibly o the work demanded of them It s at each times that the stomach 11needstyrayou by headachs belching lour stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this at once by taking something that will acfually do the worX for the stomach Kodol will do this It is a combination of- inatural digestants and vjegtable acids i and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach It is pleasant to take It digests what yon eat Sold by ihe Red Cross Drag Storef Marion Grand Jury cTbetdjouroect sessioncfiudictments were returned uring the session twenty nine of which were brought in since our last issue Those returned during the past week were for the following offenses selling l iquor in local option territory 12t willful trespass 1 petitlar ceny 2i assault and battery 1 petit larceny 2 assault and battery 1I ga ning 3 malicious cutting 1 Trbbpery 1 shooting on highway 11 breach of thepeace i dynamiting fih 5 failure to jtound whistle when approaching crossing 1 A complete resume of the work of the grand jury during iits en tire tMsiou follows selling liquor in local option territory 16 wUlf Ql trMpass 1 petit tar oeay 2Julaud battery 1 gaming 8J allQioMcuUiDr 1 Ishootingthe peace 2 Dynamiting fish 5 failure to sound whistle wlieii approaching crossing 1 Fifleen- of the sixteen iindictments for selling whiskey in loca option territory Were against the same personLebanonEnterprise Hart Times ID Kansa 1 The old days of grasfchopgdrsjL and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas oft today although a ciizen of Codd llEarl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he ereclHesayslI was worn out and discoura ed blcoughing night and dzy and j could find no relief till I tried t r Kings New Discovery lfc took less than one bottle to corn i VIa tel cure me Th safest and most reliable cough aud cold cure and lung and throat heaer ever discovered Guaranteed by aydpn Robertsoh drug i store 150c an1100Triali j bottle free WinchserWon t The executive committee Of the Burley Tobacco Growers As sociation was in session at Win chester Tuesday and Wednesday together with 85 burley growing counties represented by dele gates Clarence LuBus was re glected president and Ijucian Beckner re elected secretary Winchester was chosen over Louisville Cincinnati Lexing on and Maysville as the salq hfiadquarters of the Association offering free Warehouses and free sample rooms Ass result 60 000 hogsheads tqbacco will be sold annually that city and many warehous and factories Will be establish there The spirit among the delega s was one for standing firm to win the fight against the toIacco trust f The reports from the coon es showed decreased acreage ut good crops There was much talk of greatly curtailing he 1908 crop of tobacco iMost ffflrtly ArtIcle Whcnan article has been on the market rpr years and gains friends year It ia safe to call this medi cine a worthy one Such is BallardS aorebonni Syrup It positively cures and all Pulmonary diseases One of tbe best uown erchantsin Mobile la aavs For Ive years my family has not been tro bled with the win sr coughs Wen5v Xiis to Ballards Horehound Syr ip it has saved my child en from ma ck speUsSoldbythe Red Cross Drug- Store Killed By Dogs i Dogs have been playing havpc ith the sheep in the Talmuge within the past few nights and many farmers have suffered heavily as a result of th6Ir depredation lylr W A Wooda reports the loss ofc seven- ssheep Mr T J Hudson five- rs Mattie Voris five and Ivir William Johnson four or five Over iin the Mayo vicinity Mr John Woods lost fourteen in one night The farmers have held several indignation meetings to devise some method of exterminating the worthless curs and it is probable that there willbe a ewer number of dogs in that community in the nearr future At the present high price of sheep and the very low pricje of urs it would seem a good planI o get ridoJf the latter as quickly s possible Harrodsburg DemoS rat fifty Years a BlaclismUh Samuel R Worley cf Hixburg Vav has been shoeing horses for more than fifty years He anya CbamberlaJYi 8 Pain Balm has given mi grea re lief from th3 lame back and rheuma tism It U the boa liniment ever used ertson For sale by Haydon pbiit ForSale 4 L good seven room dwelling on Grundy Avenue v Lot contains nearly two acres iid INiceI For furtBer particulars call pa T D Tapp or McElroy Whartcn Real Estate and Insur JIMK Agents SpringSeld Ky s 11 GRHAT DAY Y eplbli llCOMING i Time in Springfield on Mojiday Oct 28th ION E A WILSON TO SPEAK Monday Oct 29 will be field dalj for tae Repu Qlica sof Wash ington copnty andto jjudge from present ihdrcations and the in terest expressed one of the big gest crowds that ever gatheted Springfield is expected here on that day The star attraction wilt be of course the Hon Augustus E Wilson the Republican candi date for Go veinbr Mr Wilson attracting tremendous crqwds and iis creating great enthusiasm wherever he speaks in this cam paign and the Washington coon ty voters will not fall behind in H HON A E WILLSON keeping up the record The jpirit of Republican victory is in the air an J the feeling is con tagibas Eveaybody appears 311suesguished Republican candidate and he is making many converts by his telling shots at the Democratic administration and at the claims of the Democratic candidates Arrangements are being made by the Republican committee to give Mr Wilson and his party a hearty reception and every facility will be made to accomo date the crowd and to afford a comfortable place for the speaker If the weatheris fair the speakingwill be from platform ere ted in front of the Opera Ho se and in case the weather ti gad the speaking will taVe MtJohning kindly consented to aldwit Owing to tim fact that circuit court will be in session the court house will not be availabl even if it were large enough to make it a desirable place The speech made by Mr Wit son at this place during the Presidential campaign jff 1896 is tilll well lremembered by many of the citizens here Mr Will son made fiheimpression then with both Demo ratsandRe publicans as a speaker of won derful power andmagnetism BRADLEY AT JLE0ANQN A bg delegation of Republicans win go from here to Leba non on Friday October 28th to here Hon V7 O Bradley preach Republican dpctrine The frex Governorv is tf JKvprite with Washington tcounty people he havingspokdn iti this ouaty on a nuQ bor of occasions in the past Next to Mr Wilson Mr Bradley is probably the most conspicious lure in the pres enL campaign He is stirring the bOY withall his old time yjgor jerever he appear and the oro d that goes to iLebadan to hear hi Hon Billy 0 will oe welLrfepaidfor their troubje Out of Siqtit pu of sight out of mind1 14an c Id saying which applies with special force to a sore burn cr ound fiats been treatecl with Bucklens Arnica Salve It4 pnt of sight Qutofi mind a idpjitLOf existence festoo at d chilblains disappear under itsi heading influence Guara teed by Haydon Robertson druggist 25cV I roiulpn was Sick i 4a0SHon C J Bronston WI billed 1 bd ggeak here Monday of this week cpuntjjpcourtjday but his usual sickness prevented him fillyig his appoIntmentor rath er the appointment made for him Since Charlie jumped the bounty with this Democratic party rendering himself persona non grati with it it has been more or less in the same con dition with Charge Hence Ire quent sick spells when called up on to do service Some feller by the name of Headly from somewhere down in the Purchase was sent to till the appointment He was listened to by as many as would rather doso tbun stayl out in the rain A very heavy rain fell Monday afternoon Hon C J Bronston is a very able man and a good speaker LEnterpriseS Cure Blood jf Disease Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin dis youhaveI eating sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheuma tiRmor blood or skin disease jSoonal1j stop and the blood is made pure and perlargeoottleI BBB1sdeepseated cases as it cures afte all else fails 9lyu McChprd Elected By National i Commission Washington Oct iid C McChord president of the Ken tucky Railroad Commission w a tonight elected presfdtni of th National Association of Railroad Commissioners which adjourned after a four days session in this cityrhe honor came to Mr McChord nanimously While a large majority of the 125 del egates to the convention are kdissentingHe was placed in nomination by the Main Railroad Commissioner B P Cbadburn and the nomination vias seconded by 0 P Gothlin of Ohio Both made complimentary speeches in be half of the Kentucky Commiss ioner and his election was fo lowed by nn enthusiastic demon stration Considerable surprise was manifested among the delegates over tho fact that Mr McUhord has opposition for reelestion iin Kentucky He has proved such an allround capable officer his election to the presidency of the national convention testify ing to the high regard in which ne is held that it was taken for granted that the Republicans in KeHtselo fully iindorsed bis record- A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is ire quantly made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix Its generally the result of protracted constipation following liver torpor Dr Kings New Lifa Pills regulate PUBLIC SALE LThursday October Mat 4 1 oclock p m I will on the above date at my farm 4 12 miJes west of Springfield on the Springfield and Bardatown trim pike sell at public aucton the following Stock etc 7 head of Horses ard mores 1 good work mule 16 hands high 14 held of cattle consisting of cows steers and calves 70 head of hogs 25 good feeders among them and one registered Berkshire Boar a good oneJ log wagon 1 2horse wagon 1 cultivator and a Iptot other farming imple m ltsCa lot of feed and lumber household and kjfcchen furniture TERMS Alll under 10 cash Over 10 twelve months with interest from date Either Bank- S i J Anderson SM QampbeJl Auctioneer THE fEXAS WONDER C Cures ail Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scU by ill druggists or two months treatment by mall for fl J Fl W Hai 926 Ollys stz St LoW8 Dd or Leltuc- kyatImk FRANKLIN G0UNTY CORRUPT ELECTIONS The Betjkham FolloWeni DII Inountjed t DeijtHcheral tft the Ballot Jlfx by 1 Democritic PIer In Frankfort i By the time this tpaper goes to ores the election will bQ nearly over ami if It Is carried on out In the state as it t n is this city may God save the cottn trYfTh Beckham followers who pose as eformersan J ijSotlf llbtItthan thou people are the debau ers- of the ballot box in this city Tlere has been a wholesale buying of vofes herband an attempt to1 vote negroW that were not even registered as DenH ocrats All the ward heelers aboujr town were busYas bees If this pol Icy is carried on generally In the state the grand old Democratic party is In bad hands We do not knew howt tt Is Iin other places but It Is to be hoped that this the capital city is the only place In ihe state where bribery In elections goes unpunished where votes are bought openly As It1J done here only by the friends ofGovv Beckam w6 wonder if he has not promised to pardon all bis friends who FrankfortrCall GOVERNOR CKHAMS i JEMPERANCE RECORD During the controversy at Frankfort ove what Is known as temper ance legislation a newspaper publish ed at that place printed the letter cop led below with the statement that it had been written by one General Per cy Hair to Judge Massing but by ac Icdent or chanqe never mallei to him Judge taSslng was one ot Governor Beckhams personal and political friends who had become frlghtemedat the governors seething enmity to the whisky interests and wrote to Gen eral Haly warping him of the danger of going too far in that dlrectiop Whereupon General Haly to assure Judge Lansing that there was mo dan ger and that they were only playiag f politics wrote Judge Lansing theletSt ter published below 1 t General Haly as is known fsGovf er or Beckhams closest personal l friend and chief political adviser The words The hlefas used in the letter refer to Governor B clckan GeneralHaly n1ed writing the ret ter and ajsult for damages in Ander son county followed an4 in that Dem pcratic county before a Democratic l whomim ny that Haly did write tier letter It fairly describes the position of these latterday temperance pretend ers The Chief being the Democratic nominee for ynlted State senator I Every man In Keitucky ahoulcfead jIt and decide whether such people ar worthy of the support of a Kentucky constituency i Suite of Kentucky jututGeJi- emls Office v Frankfort March M IMS v Judge John if Lassing BurUaur ton Ky Dear Judge Your letter to hand B t be alarmed about thee Stat- eis4xgcs10urn of bribery agaiatt the rectifiers jlN ita Governor B clc hams hint for an invesUbatlMif You are right It might embarrass nsft9e fend Beckham and all of us know It We know there has been dirty work done among the rectifiers but we are just using that to blurt them to pM the tax bill for we must have more money to meet the big increased l ap propriation or the voters will kick out So you see outward looks dost count for much and the Chief knows what he Is doing We will get mar money by this deal keep the country people in line and then welll get the rectifiers and others back IOU to aflll have the city organizatiofi safe The temperance bill waa f iforlje the same way We all fbufht that bill but when we saw one ka4 to pass and that passing the Gouftjr Va1t 1UL with aU Ute big cities cscrapt will satisfy the liquor people In the cttifi and the temperance folks in the con try and safely put the whole matter out of politics which Is pretty smooth work for the lleades we Jwst elif red the goods to both sMfeKT vlN tam will do now as th n And taf U oe 1Wlth1 Grass Extravaganc bythe Dspmrfm Administration Mr Hager said in his Elkton speb- at if he was elected governor ttat he would use the peppla s mosey ji dlfclously andN4ajBly We hof tbb 1st BO reflrcllon on EJRf 4j ernor buf doesnt It Jar you jco from one who has been JifatlBed the gross extravagancs of the irfeyi idmlnli ratfoBir Galloway Times Dem 1 FirCtnuB vsbim While ill thc ti6a oJ takes with efcvoate AittrrhoMi as George M ya4foh r South OIbss- Pa JtIthuttWj ve- ka MttY perast Uc4 ttntU l r A W MOea of pi ce tiiaissjilirt me tobf CMaSIll Mh ft D1srrNjebbtt1eRe v jit at PD Fwtamkby Haydwi Ilob 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flffi 1 A DSLfADDj j I1JfflLDiY-t a I PPOI ilrouIi r S ksslL Irtwwfe Js I1t r b 4CtdUI eht Llfn d2 t MMaa rII 1 TIpW I f v j r I WI t JIl It 0 1r d I gUAT OCT 3 17l Repofetiom Ticket r ifev ttbUwt UCJretJraaMMiaatea V the mtf kUI M State Cove- rte W ItUt t4 be Toted for at tW4j rILfrtM4a fMJA L W1iip tt cteD GoyerorW H ICaJItYm WI Attwnpey GeHraJJaJt1es- t Ireitktt l 3tYwAKtttIFr1lk P JUles Har T Ftor Slate TeawerCapt Ed Padacak 1Farfcy r J4r Secretary H st34pr tJeB f4 riffor1IYu PubutII1 K t SI1periRte4tt of V ructIsbJ Crabbe AIi1at ri orCkrtkof crtef AppeakA i r MaI0rsetj Ess tt i TJrv Uie Be l1caJtcudi Me t atoc from the 15th t =f w Watrfct tped Off r 1irl Marie and Taylor f 4k4r jfar RprMativeS X W 38k Barlpw kt a candidate for c JtoprmatatiTe io the JJower House fthe Ke tcky LefMature subject ftbeaetkn of tfc Kep Wlqam party BJJ of Markra sity oDftatiOl1 Mon 7TzcaIMd Thosa C Jack oft M tMr Muriklato for Rep MWj tetl iin tit Lecislatare lfac Jackop M a procrfMiye jwftil tiKftiMMft JMM if the town 1 lor ay yc hT ng been =t with The CiUHD6 U J ak Ho is a COttMC dv Wa1tdlull pIfollowing and h- itIV frWodf look upon him as a Dot seeking the office r pIIMttibe ofk i seeking 4dicb Irap LcbaaoQ wjs JThayW jP racyofthi8 oi4so4ty k qItving in its boots 4 aaiitiiI b Uvd ktJa loon 41 Aneiiguiereo fI IUGfl di aiUt lenOM fayoriag Joronr w O BrWfcj fur Ud ted n hornL number ol tHroogboot the state ov1aIsiu cof Will OQ g11in Scott V following a Bepvbiicn cn3 clii ci d for wu Pitt eni- nc1udi excoefedrst- soLdier wer s1gsd within at- r 1sta t y parti rr g ospprtt- b fpbtesn tckt r ji tbs l pfcfort c1LiR4 D7or istis at- Ivg little be will pat la- Isilent bet eIetive licks or tieetioo day unit rth log cabin svlis aTh- jntJgber iii the e batke hs IbrI se5ye I o the tJ ibo prom fake- k kflve borrowid bsri fe fe McGkor 1r ijeTu ZLAR f Jwr UM ifol J blic ticket lirt w dont hesitate to qsflseDfeo to and to coia Mttd tbairorkof ap bjic officmf wfech drves covmeadation a d if will make one exception ijtt war support of Republican iWdo not belMVft tho people of Kentucky hav the slightest idta of defeating rion C C Me Ghord for Railroad Commissioner While he is the Democratic noaVnee the regular governing authority of the Republican petty namely its Executive Committee some weeks ago re used to make a Lomination against him thereby virtually endorsing his candidacy be has therefore received the approval of tbe two great political parties The gentleman who has forced Lhimaell upon the Republican ticket by petition has no claim tapon the Republican party forts support for the reason that hel not its nominee Byhis unanimou election as Msident of the National Associ ation of Railroad Commissioners Sir McChords work has receiv ed the endorsement and approval of the Railroad Commissioners of forty two States and of the Interstte Commerce Commiss ion It is gratifying to those who believe in the just regulation of railroads that the Press and various coicmerchl organizations bave everywhere put iheii stamp of approval upon Mr McChords official acts and Irrespective of party are demanding his reelection The following is an editorial from the Louisville Herald Re publicao Charles C McChord was elec ted Railroad Commissioner ter years ago and was endorsed by the Republicans of tht State He has been a valiant champioo of the people indeed at this moment we know of np public official Kentucky has tto whom she could say with moife candor Well done good and faithful servant Mr McChord has devoted the best part of his life to the cause of the people He has been a staunch friend of Louis yille merchants and manufacturers He has been able to meet corporate greed with strict interpretation of the llaw and in so doing has incurred corporate enmity SThe Herald holds no brief for Mr McChord but it would te careless ofthe duty iis owes the public if it did not do the simple act cf justi e to an honest official n The following is from jtbe Louisville Evening PostV- OTEFORMCCHORD proposedinRepublican Committee of this railroad district to provide for a Republican candidate for Railroad Commissioner to place the name of Mr Tarleton under the logcabio This is a tactical error and politicsMrcellent gentleman but he is not experienced in transportation carryhisi personal candidate forced on tbfe ticket n the face of the 5 se Action ot the partvj opTmittee- Bu iUV Sreotherwisp if rEgularRepublican cans as Wrll as Democrats sjionld yotef or Mr McChord because of tin record he has mde Theoffice is not a pojitijcal office andtheworl Mr Me Chord is doing is for tbAn bt of men of all parties Mr McChord tiqp brought down on his heai the xraib of some railrokds poises be cause he ha been pa ly respon sible for 19e ojcdei reducing the local rates into Iioiisiile to the oasisi vt Cincinnati rates from K atuoky J The railroads are disctlmiua ting against Louisville in this feature of rates They are mak jog local taMe rates to Cincinnati which tbey refusa to Luis yule The Commission has or der d reduction for Louisyille to the Cincinnati basis The railroads resist id the Federal courts saying the re ductlon would be ruinous would be confiscatory admitting tba Competition has forced down the rates into Cincinnati let they are not ruined The Republicans in vie of this situation declined to nomi nate against Mr McChord taiblyltouisvttie owes Mr- itsid r hearty support tarap under the log cabin stamp opposite McChords The Louisyille Times in aie ntue says- RegZrdltsebt political affilia JiQ twsiaess men of Louisville aodK atttcky have indorsed the aandidacy off Mr McChord anti lttwaa nOt bel l dtinyiewor baV81LMryios as cbairmaii of the HiSI tuc y Ealroad Cooaraissioa were- sooqnii dM beiiig most valu- jbIeb tbe business men of the iffiIi Tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii-WE T AE YOU c q j t I t And Show yu tb Most Attractive Stock of Jall600ds in ur City v 11I 5 7by SchafFner Marx blacks I ANNOUNCEMENT are authorized to announce J Rogers Gore of Springfield a caqdi dtjforj State Senator from life tee Jth Senatorial District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to action of the Democratic party State and they are desirous of keeping him in the position where be can protect their inter ests against the railroads To this end a nonpartisan move ment to indorse his candidacy swept through practically the whole State Sometime agO theT ilroads secured an injunction restraining the Kentucky Railroad Commission from enforcing its rule reducing the rates This case is now pending before Federal Judge Cochran and evidence in the case is being taken by Co11 Sam H Stone Special Corn missioner The case will eventually go to the Supreme Court of the United Statesj dfHi duties of the sfCornmis ion will theribe definc4so tt1a its will t unquestioned 1 the cohjiEftission is sustained freight rates and tuckyIi have bpen derive by thebusi 11093 men of I entuck4y bv reason ofMr cCbords activity Old raVtIa traps In many KentucKy Uaye en replaced by modern stations and depots asa resu tof ibe war waged by the n emberk of tbe cQwwssion jUt Colte m Doneeroiis Be aNJ you bave contracted ordi nary qojds and have recovered from hem withjouit treatmen of any kind doxvotiora moment imagine tht colds are not dangerous Every oue knows that pneumonia and catarjrh have their origin in a common cold Consumption Is not caused bj a coM the cold prepares the system for the reception and de velopraent of the germs that would not of otherwise found lodgment It Is the Bamevith all infections disea 1easleiandwhenltbe chUb has a cold you will see Trot this that more real danger lurks tn a cold than in any other of the comQioa ailments The easiest and quidkest way to cureacold isto take Chamber atns Coagh Remedy The man y remarkable cures effected by this preparation have made ita staple article of trade over a large part of the vorid For sale by Haydan A Robertson MOOR 71LLE Sorghum making is the order of ihe day- There was a very small crowd out last Friday to hear Bon T eott Mayesspak He put off speakmg until Friday night Oct 18th at 7 olock p m EllisddaughterMisTea chilJren Elizabeth and Marga ret spent last Friday and Sat CJCTHING Our poli y is to make short- profits J anc long Mends And no v with new fall and wintei stocks freshand full we of er to those who want the BEST jn EVERYTHING M well as iin value The Fin t Rcidytoieat othi n- gtTh Hart Seh ffner Marks Suits 518- t 8 to 25 And to Those of Modest Means Our Special Line at tO They are Cassimersy Scotches and Worsteads single and d doublebiealeo neat and fancy pattern and plain Copyright 1907 Hart 6f We the the tbercerbe towns chrcnic but urdayinBloomtdwit4friends Misses Etta and Myrtle Croake spent last week witbI their brothers Messrs Joe and Earnest Croake of this place Mr Lee Godby and family have removed to Louisville to make their future home Sam Sweeney has returned to Illinois accompanied by Robert Reed of Woodlawn Mr D L Humphry has purchased a farm from Mr Graves near Camp Ground church Mr W B Barlow was around last week r shaking hands with the boys Mr Joe Beven left last Mon day for Scottsburg lndwhere he das purchased two town lots and will build a nouse on one where his family will join him Phurman Weekly is in Louis ville to stay this wintert Mattingly Hardia is theI style of a new firm who are engaged in the butehesinrs atI Mooieasilri r r MrF D Sweeney operated his grist mill last SaturdayJ passsedh1ough morning She went as far as Frederickstown She returned in tho aiternoon a 3 Mr Prather an uncle ot hers and Herbert Eddleoisvn cane across her just- a few hundred yards down the Booker pike below our place She wore mens clothes at the time We hopesbe will be con tented and stay at home for that is the best place for young girls Well we are having frosty weather at the present time Fogys Klli ijr Care wPl crdacase of kidney trouble that lis not be yond medical aid Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store greater service- i clothes of leading makers at t prices you can afford to pay G Theres no reason why it carft do this theres every reason it does when j stylish I make Ask to See the A style far in advance of the common Tailored Better Fitting Shape All Sb 30 t 31 in Plain andPl id Broad Cloths Plain and plald1Iohairsr Plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile BlackSanToy Black jdohair Black Serge Black Broad Cloth Black Shark Skin A great of Plain and Plaid Silk WaisUAgst i For Children 104 60c 75cI 150 3 4 and 5 lilt 150350I 5 650 750 fj ON ALL SHOES Mens Fine Shoes l s Heavy Winter Shoes For Ladies j KrippendorfDitfmali Co 8 fine Shoes fpr Women 3 to 4C and E Sh eCo s Shoes for Boys Full line off To Disinfect a Room A simple disinfectant for use in a sickroom or In any room where a close musty or smell is noticed Is to put some ground codec on a shovel and a bit of can lbor gum in the middle of It Light the gum which is aril easily Ignited with a match and ooar the coffee to I with the gum A refreshhig and sanitary result Reading G ttAtiantic League P nnant After a Ipng session recently the di rectors of the Atlantic league an bounced that Reading had won the pennant The game between Reading und E stou wasI discussed and the board formally aWacded the game to tho former team The Brook iTDrEaaton contest In wjhlch Manager Kusseyd men were defeated and which was claimed by him to be an exhtbl tionycontest was awarded to Easton Hidden Germ f 1 Charlie please brlfigmo that pear lyiagr on the grooIIk table 2 Let me rub your hands they look 3 See that dog hop along be hind the cart he wants a ride 4 Come bring out your wheel Fred am pn dads It was a queer look tog Aulldlng they had painted the low er part crimson and the top azure pearl 2 ruby 3 opal 4j diamond 5 topaz Find thin a Uses For Salt sags Save your salt bags stitched on a single thread they can be readily ripped apart LUSt when wasted serif for a variety of purjwscs Though strong they tire loosely woven so are especially useful as strainers Ib the preserTtnts aeason Two medium sized ones stitched together make Ufo best kind ofajelly bag All ara useful as coverings for fruit or vega tables oc anything that must not be covercffi tightly and yet requires pro tefctloo eo the pantry sbclvea arJlL the cellar In fact their uses are sq sari ous It would be difficult taIU c Clothes Distinct- ionEderheimerSteinl Suits for the Young Fellowrl YOUlpcraodkl byhelping unqucsItionably thisfLongworth processionDstjnctjyc- StylishPerfectly Retaining PrkM15U30 The Qoertson Claybfooke Co INCQiEOBATED HoYelties Dress Goods Variety Blankets Blankets scboolj Subbers nonezploslve frostbitten 4nsiiersi lueratefthem of I Cloaks Onr line of Cloaks have arrived and are now on display Come in before tlje large line is picked over and iye are sure we can pleas you tlaCkBroYni 350 to 25 WI ANAinrrSPJARATILLLULMen Women sewer burn forfeited Being csually sizes tbat Bed Comforts 100 300 350 25 Per Gent OffWALL PAPER 4IandMissesII 15925i CARPETS Rugs and Matting A- Axministers worth 125 or 110 Velvets worth 115 for t95c Taoestries worth 90c for 70c Ingrains 3o CO 65c Riigs ranging from 50c to 4 Room Rugs fromSO to SiB Lat ings from 12 to 35c ilili perfumfeifrthe E Queer Figures Take the number of your living brothers double tthe amount and add toit three multiply by five add tQJttij the number of your living sisters miiiy tlply by ten add The npmber of deatncof brothers and subtract 150 fromsresult Thte right figure will be the number of Aleathtf the middle will be5 the number of living sisters and thp left will show the number of living brothers i Ttt Table Etiquette Now Willie oy your Uncle Edis corn Ing here to tea Along with huntle and I toPon good child you will be A napkins not a handkerchief remember that my dear For should you use it thus I fear my frown would be severe Dont pull meat clunks out or your mouth and throw them on the rug And should you crave a little cream dont gulp it from theY Jug And Susie girl should brother dear re fuse to pass the chccse Dont hurl tho pepperb9x at him Its apt to make him sneoijg Ant Just before its cut dont stiii lour fingers in the pic For If you dp youll surely force me to crclalm Oh5e Willie boy you must be nice and sA must Sister Sue liar tt you shbuld bo somewhat rude Ive told you what Ill do l Philadelphia Itecord DeWitts Carbolized Witch Hazel naIve is good for little burns and or bruises and Iplg ones It is healing and soothing Good for piles Soldby the Red Cross Drug Stora Cleaning Chltton Tonshhud restore chiffon the length Is tolled tint soaked Inn soap lather and the hand occasionally drawn down It whIte It remains therein It Is also patted ibetween the palms of the Janus vuntll clean thou removed cud pressed between the Jands4n order to squeeze out the soap rlnsed in plenty of clean water and pressed as before thl time to extract all the water It should never be wrung but folded flatly l8tvcen thlc cloths and pass ed under u wrlnglnf mnqhhie when 3t should be ironed Immedla lly Baked Toast 4Cnt the crust from the bread sllcir nnll toast As c ch nllcc Is toasted dip It In jaled hot watcf then lay in a pudding dish pnlihiK a few bitsl of butter and a Ittle xnlt on each Ucej When the dish Is packed full of the toast pour over Jt folding milt to which add n little cream If you have- any to spare Fill the dish to the brim with the milk then cOTor loseljr and set in the oven to bake jtor twenty lnI utes The toast should be tender nil through and absorb most of the mUleI Turpentine For Coujghs Turpentine cures coughing Inhale turpentine us inufch as possible At night saturate a folded handkerchief With turpentine and pin to the pillow Place another handkerchief under each arm and saturate the comfort la placea with the upper sheet between to avoid the turpentine burning the flesh A flannel cloth greased with turpentine and lard laid on the Sheet often effects pin Imjmedlato cure Yctl never have any trouble to get chlldred to take Kennedy liaxatiye l Cough Syrup They like itlecause- it tastes nearly like mapet sugar- l KennedyR laxative Cough ayrnpis a fesure and prompt Jteinedy for oagha and colds apd iis good for very memtter of the fauily Sold the Red tfrcsa Drug Story J ItIt J TheHic IDUllVel8t Calf htYNtatSwinr Narrow Toe Sty1e1kap SryIisa Coo IJortarebnhlt into eeTiiiisI Shoe Ih tMdIIMK sIvernMariaiL eJ1IIotItIei workman aro mployed ItI Wa7UW1JonU1asJaJOOi i 300 PAIR LACE CU hAIlS AT SPECIAL PRiCES cCunninghamu DuncanCaIjG t SPRINGFIELD KENTueKY pi big- buronmallscratbhe t 1 card I Thisi is to certify thatall druggist are authorized ta refund your money Foleya lIneylV Tar fails to cure our couth or cold it stops the ough heals the lungs and prevents serious resul ts froth cold Cures Ja grippe couth and prevents pneumoa la and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is ina yellow package Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Cro3s Drug Store TIES BURGLAR TO A tREE Girl Grabs Intruder Beats Him aitd Binds Him Fut Plnckllyvattacklng a burglar wko had entered her room Miss Jeanette Armstrong ae Towaco Morris county N J after knocking the man down Covered him with a revolver until help arrived In the struggle Mlse Arp strongs shoulder tras putout ot COOK mission temporarily by a blow froea a wagon wrench Miss Armstrong was a gjiest at the home of Apron Jacobus Her room jbverltjoked the roof of the porch that surroanda the house She was awak cued bya noise and saw a man rip jIug the mosquito netting from the window of her room A moment lat he climbed through the window Slu felgued sleeiV uatfl the man entered the room Then she sprang from the bed and grappled with him ThQyoung woman bad token a re volver from under Tier pillow but in hqi excitement dropped it Tbebur ttlar made at her with uplifted tiaiid She caught his arm with her left hand hut the blow fell upon her shoulder With her right hand the landed on the point of the fellows chin and hl Ayentdown In ia Instant the girl hpi the revolver and had covered him ijvj Jacobus his wife and their cl414ri ft run lu The nrarest neighbor oi AH jxstANTin nam HAD COfJHD jnn- Ustanco away and it was deckJN U 10 the man for the night JIIIiwa veto phil ll00byMlss Arm8tro cWkt heu bound him Qn treeln the yar The family waited untIl morithi jI tending to tithe him to Bpoatwi At daylight Tie waa gone The Toes that bound him had beD cut It is thought the jobber k4 a efederal and that wkM fc was iWr the man watcbed lila c anMi aA cut the ropes Miss Anafhoof tttM te Scranton Pa n I l = Ubeal Offeir Fpr a bon Urn only vs 1ritFpake tb olIjjjsia1 o to our sat cfiberr Wewill waM NewsLar i yrthe loIWIatIJ V 3motisfor1t Ot I 1 i rI III I yraad Usr4 11 fo4Z35 OrtM NwLcMbr JMT aW HwaU M for31L J Or tM Nry p awl LanSV Jamiiary lit 1ft Ii1lii ud StiUr Om TAUGHT i SUEWRAY it 3egliw Ptut W tlf2IT- ers ukkvt to 1t albastl- it tb rIUW c5W Ttt cstirGe4 Midaitd f- Vterai Will also teach 1t Violin Class iroom at 1 Street FfcoHa l The chee bsutcIs jtwilt prcJ ia onttsQut ausic a5t Ia- iriut at wUL aIwNraQsMr5 IB a few t 3egin oceualet Jae this years Cleb work Obstinate fAs oiII aud nasty wa stbs prud- tSapieir 1If wbc yu w DSWJeta tittle July JCi r POiv iMb ties ked Cross Dtg re i2 4 L It k ii lrvw Man Tirs1ucu- After goljii tkiw h tt of having kis iMd r tam b cand then bive aMt SmIIj I from the rxefII Wfillata hicks ao New Yoek sad livic tmmg compaay U hnrif zsisasu- tie foot hig shock cables pole K1cQatM acckktttaliy Wok JboM of 5 Vfr iifeiaa Trkw ap4 lt0ybk 01 Om tbi7 IfliLh4 tNaf tbwtrJhtrIt In tsfrek- inaelf bnta ptvwf s tUftIttI that hita wets si tty the wire 7aHy Ma taftf bscaae rlPl wmase w It Ute pole kt were eviiE- I1kk Ums 5I5fl wei herriftol to MW Mai vsdssIy tars a- 4eeii i d ttMta bluIsh awl a btact- JltiI Md t It sm tMt WIN iipl lie warn lowered to be pouad wit a Uoe4 and tackle i z T Vr w r i ri T JJ iI vI How Bedduar Lores ithe r JI1L t ri 4g the Bradley admi- nilIjpaJ uesori cameef I r Dy ieraatNw pMrfelfews who had lost ttwlr Mh jhi serfin Uwir country M ftr With Sptii ytjfaijlBy the dieted of tltr ism GkHr Bradley gay a Mta in iik ocil capacity kith MHB of JPiOOO to piy the cost 0t briagio ibs sick men back to fir honM 1 the old Gem iWMtib MMJ ioyad The i iMtfa pt Gov Bradley b4 M ofcfcof office and hYJ i MYrrnd unpaid Witb1 ali fe b ustaof a mrplm theJ4 Pl i s4 iniitration has W too ordid o discharge this pijMotjs ot fsiioo The 0001 IofKikydicreaiteai VMdUUaqoyinhe matter t fatrilwdebtWlfl i Haxtr fc CoI Mcmg engh froi the tell Iifd esirlaldtho1V s iwfc they bare mycI the taxp toMtite tbia claim Or kXMtieky still to be reckoned a WtoalUi i1 the cause bf iitit L IIfl rilttJJlI lurf JCJof TawM Fla wd1 ei tk nlc God for ay ptiMiiM to Daleys KWey 1 trtad doftors and all kind of bnt othiat done I1e MKh foodl till Itook Poleya l1ICWM Tour Itotcllred ae fere iw MOCC pita In my beck and ihiMUir II 62 years old and ttrfkrc 1Mj INK thanks to Foleys d 1 ISICLwell aad caa walk aI njiy4L It te jpleawire 1 11rllJM71IIM4IkiM StM by the Red CDcMoe ArmWaM Muoud Versus Cur p Iina 1 Cbftlleof i jt him to complete 4 thaxpiteft between their Ken Vtc3 ma Arabian bred horeedd4 the continent test it ss which was poetri peMi 1Mtimrpn accountofa I Mil esf of the Arabian con iiIset Beaer Davenport c- artctd horse fancier whoe is here exhiWUnr his fancy ArsMwro4jett r y ester yGL John B Castemun PrlltQfthe KentMcky Saidttile EGrasBree4ei AwOciationB Ibe 1t is to be held wader UM amepioef of the War I for thePU Iysft MMertCMiiB of the the native DtUfJiI i lnediHu J with the imported 5 artksk fof cavalry use would beIi OMOfibe grefe interest not t oalj roflu the point of view of eeforrthemrmjr but as a con taet ot fcope 4esh bred in oli KtatiKJky and those t roughtII kea from the desert sands ofir i Arabia ABtcipfttinir the challenge Qrj t rtaewalof the contest Geqjl CutlMMm was approached oh taKri8ay night by or9JM tiof the Herald At ttMt tiioe he did not take t kiidlyfctbeidek of matching lite iavocite mare Carblini mtwnst lieArabian horse Mit XIlH Mr Davenports animal 4 tjdtaBjOtiivespeciffc reasors fhdimu rng GenCatU j nan was oit of town yesterday aM therefore did not recel the Arablaii owners challenge itho2wm iQaaccept ejj = e 1a j i Jillticr ii trai a aiof tnf e blit sickness le ft kirk and keibecanie aged before k1 tie SjckBeM is often caused y a terpid liver Herbine will regulate Jtwcllver and give you health MrsICArrie Austin lEJollan Kansas writes ICOMi rer jHerglae the best Hiejdi llel eyer beard of Iam ne er iirilfcoBl it Sold by the Red Ores iC Itore s j SOUTH TRIMBLEI AND TilE NEGRO r t The Democratic Candidate for Lieutenant Go venor In dulf x in Violent Abuset i of the Colored VoterIl Judge James Breathitt the RaJ publican nominee for Attorney- sgeneral and who spoke at Wil Jlsburg oil yelsterday afternoon and in Springfield lastnightjt t met Congressman South Trimble the Democratic candidate fortt Lieutenant Governor in joint de bate at Pike1 ville on the 10th f The feature of the meeting was the th adeof abuse the Democratic candidate heaped on the negroes whose votes the Demo crats will doubtless be seeking at the coming election Wetpublish below an accouiitof the speaking as sent to a ouisville pEr Jndee James Breatditt can did ate for Attorney General onatbe Republican ticket and Ccn gressman Sonth Trimble of the Seventh district candidate fora Lieutenant Governor on the Democratic ticket met in joint debate in vhfe courthouse this rwterday fternoon at this OrtEtelhngE 5eliveredpresented ts and figures show r the mismanagement of the State affairs under the Democratic administration This wastfar the best speech of the cam- aign in this section On the- oqnestion of Sunday closing he- wpropounded the question to MrI Trimble celf he indorsed Owen Tylers course in Louisville in advocating a repeal of the Sun dayclosing Jaw and keeping- aloonsopeti on Sunday In panse tothis Mr Trimble that he indorsed the M candidacy of Mr Tyler and Ui p he was in Louisville and an- lector iin of said district he would vote for him thit he believed m rojiing the Democratic tickets straight regardless of what they stood lor After Mrbrithitt closed his talk Mr Trimble arose In an excited manner and made one of theme st abusive speeches if itS could be called a speech ever delivered in this section He did not touch upon facts or anybissue in the campaign at all but took his text on the Murder ofC William ebelnd theNegrot After exhausting all of his vocabulary winch seemed to beS limited in so far as his deliver IIturned hose 011the poor old negro and spoke m part as foltlows White Republicans are allS rlglit but thecsorespot with me against them is the negro tpelJijghtsnegroes in Keqtucky who are theI meanest blackest slimest of the earth who ought to be dis francbised I must say that Hamii made a mistake in allowing j tbatjtt at the close of the war that lire was not touched to every negro tjt you might say the scrapings of the devil They are the most j fiendish hellish set on eartho The Democratic party in the haverlhelped nation of a j great many of these lalack beasts of the field l am acquainted TIT I with sections of this State where the negroes aire so thick that if you rent courtroom make a speech in that you would haye to burn asafoetida and carbolic acid to kill the smell His speech was disgusting to both Democrats and Republicans except a few Democratic part sans who Applauded his speech regarding thenegro n reply Judge Breathitt handed him witnout gloves and by responding to him on the only two questions on which his- peech dwelt Judge Breathitt adea wonderful impression beret and by all who heard it his speech was pronounced one ofe the best of the campaign Such j speeches as Trimble made here today will only tniito increase the Republican majority in Pike county His Dear Old Jollier ICMy dear old mother who is ow eighty three years Old i hrives on Electric BitterS t writes W B Branson of Dub in qsutbe has taken them for about two years and enjoys anexcellent appetite feels strong nd sleeps well Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the and the same hapny re J 3Ults follow m all cases of fe male weakness and general deb lity Wjalf puny children too are greatly strengthened by tiem I Guaranteed also for toacb and kidney troubles by ydon Robertson Druggists 0c Girl Stabbed Miss Jessie Lloyd the fours eiiyearold daughter of the Kev W F Lloyd former pastor i f the Union Methodist church t swaundedat 550 oclock yesterday afternoon by being tabbed by a strangamafl iu the bt b Pon Chestnut street frig Seventh arid Eighth was walking at tha time on the south side of the street with l s Jeunie Piummer a com t anion and tfie man approached l the opposite direction Just as hemet the two girls and was1 t about to pass Miss Lloyd felt a- hrp I pain and immediately realized that she had been tabbed She did not scream t ut leaned over on Mist Plum mer tell nghertbatshetwas wounded The Than did not top but walked on in hisusual gait By the time the girls had gotten to the home of the Rev Mr Lloyd which wa3 halt a lock away he was nearly out f seeing distance The Rev Mr Lloyd immediately notified he police department and a search was at once started MiSs Lloyd said that she did not notice the man as he apC 11membered i pulled down ovbr his eyes He to be a middle aged man and of average height The wound inflicted is not of l serious nature but but had it been a few inches higher it might have been fatal When an examination was made to Dr E P Bruce who was summoned ii was found that the wound inflicted was an inch deep From its nature it seemed to be evident that the blade used was woedgedSTwo theories for the uppro yoked assault have been advan cedeOne is that it was a case of mistaken identity and the other that tbe assailant may have arrived in Louisville from ther towns where similar oc curences have happened has a mania for slashing women A thorough investigation will bel made by the police department i Courier J ournalI TYLER AND HAGER They Both are Favored by Saloon Keepers in Louisville it LThe artice which we publish1 below from the Louisville Post gives some insight into how Sl W Hager the Democratic nd date for Governor is regarded by some of the tougher elementt of saloon ktepera In the city of Louisyille It bears out the assertion that the Democratic+ CanciiatefcrGoYernouisplaying for the mortal vote in the country and for the tibugh vote in the cities lhe article follows The Evening Post is able to present today all the facts of the meeting of saloonkeepers held yesterday at Boslers Hotel to organize the liquor trade in LoU- isville jor Owen Tyler lor Mayor and 4S W Hager for Governor The chief speaker at the meeting were Billy Boar 1man Henry Bronger H S Mcutt Joe Herrmann Jim Edwards Billy Roardman andHenry Bronger were howeyer the two particular stars of the occasion Boardman is croprietor of the Boston saloon Fourthand Market but bis chief iinterest in the affair is that he possesses the bar privileges at the racetracks and it is understood that the race track men headed by Charles F Grainger stand ready to revoke his privileges unless he works for Tylerand Hager Therefore the Saloon men say that for his own selfish Interests Boardman is making this play and injuring thebusii ness And prospects of every law biding saloonkeeper in Ijouis villerThe appearance of Henry Bronger as a PylerHager leader also caused great surprise Bronger of tne most ou ycarsraloneisville fre quented by tl teslt was in Henry Bron gers x saloon that the yeggnien were arrested who robbed Al baughs store ab Shoals Ind of thousands of dollars Bronger a saloon license was taken away but one of his sons still runs a Green street salooc Henry Bronger himself wants to reenter the liquor business anti he made a vehement speech for Owen Tyler for Mayor and S W Hager for Governor Reputable saloon rganiza tiqns have refused for months to have anything to do with Henry Bfonger He is not a member of the Mutual Protec ive Assc ciation but he appeared yesterday as one of the chief orgau izers for Owen Tyler SW Hagor and the Democratic ticket In opening his remarks Board man said This is not a meet ing of the Mutual Protective Association1a1though am here as the president of that body This js a meeting of saloon keepers to organize for Oweii Tyler for Mayor arid S W Hager for Governor N ow remember this Owen Tyler has publicly promised that our saloons can remain open on Sundays ifhe is elected no matter whether the law is repealed or not t That is not all If we elect Tyler Mayor tde old days will come back and we can do in our saloons jjust what we want Tyler is for liberty Now reotember to vote for S W Hager the Democratic nominee for Governor Hager is our friend Dont pay any attentions to the newspapers oo FARM F ALiI I1 have for sale privately my farm situated three miles north of Springfield combining rSf Jf 350 ACREShI J The D itt1P fMfarm in the county A splendid dwelling two good tdbaccobarns fIn stock baIn splendid outbuildings It is the best watered and fenced fkr mjih the ounAI1 in grass except 50 acres a I u r Tft Will sell on Reasonable Terms lwf 1 J t llJ LyTHERftiuNsji f reports of his speeches Higer iiror Owen Tvler and Owen tllOrtll Brongersaicl the saloonkeepers must work for Tyler and Hager fiL am a Louisville Democrat said Bronger the former keeper of a thieves resorteel am for Owen Tyler and 1 want to say I am forS W Hager for Gov ernor Bronger then spoke length about the good things coming ifonly WilIson and Grinstead can be defeated IL IS McN ttwho runs a saloon on Fifth Street near Mar ket then spoke McNutt has a grievance In the old days he was a power in the Jiquor trade but when the Mutual Protective Association decided to obey the Uw MeNutt1 was setaside Mcr Nut wanted 10 get backto the old times We are Demo rats said McNutt Work for Tyler for Mayor i How about these prohibition l3skJngaSltedv Dont mind them replied McNutt We are for Hager He is running with Tyler and you know what Tyler is going todq for us 1J1m for Tyler aid Hager At later meetings Joe HerrT in ami Jim Edwards and Jim Reedy Democratic nominee for Police Court Judge addressea the saloonkeepers f Vie SPORTING WORLD Advice to Shot Putters t tan Expert The veteran vregh throwing chnm plou1 Jim S Mitchell ot New York gives thee following hints In regard to putting the sHot He says Dont stoop too low when starting to putDontdelny lathe hop to the center of the circled t Always remember to bring the body well around before the arm starts to ishooft out Always use an irOn shot in prefer once to a lead one IQ a right handed putter the main strain ftills on the right ankle and in ordej to prevent accidents It is best to use an elnsttstocltlng or rubber band age while practicing The amount of work each day my be explained in a paragraph An ath lletei cannot put often enough until he has learned the knack but as be grows proficient the nuniber of puts should be curtailed by degrees After he has mrTqcd the nidimentu of the game myerager6f nbout six or eight puts perday with a little dumbbell exer ise in the morning or 4bvenlng will be sufficient rue athlete should at nil times put in his best style standing well up on toes and with nil the dash and fire lbl8 is ments capable of tlirowlng into his aJ Poisoned Water For Trotters The poisoning of the water in Ifine lake of LV Harkness theI Hall ftirin at Lexington Ky has en rise to fears that some of the finer trotters may die as have all the fish r 1that were In the lake The water from the spring which supplies the pond is pumped into every paddock of the farm and it 1s1Jt lieved that lhad enough of the poison I been placed in the sprln every horse in the great brooding establishment in- eluding Moko Walnu Hall Fereno and Ozanam might have been killed I A quality of the water and some of the fish were sent to the State college- experiment station for analysis r r Jones Talk on DaIlt4erL Whenever a baseball jnanagerTiiiirji few moments tttf spare nowadays he usually uses them In telling how much better or worse the ball players of to day are than those of a decade or more- ago Fielder Jones captaln of the Chicago Americans recently announced Ills ideas on the subject He saidi ltls ridiculous to say that the players of today are not far in advance of those agoI in every manI CAPTAIN FIELDER A JONES CHICAGO IrnICANS outclassed those of today Js this In toe old days there were about fifteen or twenty good players dud those few showed thq others up Nowadays ev cry man must be a starrer he does not play That is why there are no bright particular stars that shine out by themselves Every man is a star and he IIs playing such magnificent ball that a great play is forgotten from day to day by the ever hapoenhig s is most vtt Ids Queer qucfrAtutlcInWhen pnhr mans boy does it he gets a nickel = if ie ill BUYERS OF FallF and Winter G S1 Will do well to visit our Store and take a look at pur llarge and I Well Selected Stock ls1lehandletion from which you may get a perfect fit and at the same timebepleuedwith the style and pattern We bought to suit the varied tastes of our customers We bought heavily of every design on the fashion plate We ulhtttom the fashionable highest priced fabrics to the medium and JwJpriced goods but all conforming to the styles of the season We bought v t r rrt Please Our Customers + iTY to J HYLa invite you to call and inspect our goods and be Iandmli x fJtd IuuuII- We also desire to call the i Attention of the Ladies l t to ours new styles In DRESS GOODS and LadiesVReadymade farmMJts uIAOur stockof ladies goods was never more complete SOur Shoe Department Is well stocked with Mens dress and every day WIflLadies will find both fit and style ir pur hew upto ctti Our Prices Are Right if Gfiindy 8 M lntlte1j Another Combine r T The local dairyman have me- audentered nto an agreement tI raising the price of the lacteal fluid Sweet mik tthat sold at 20 cents a gallon now COts 30 cents a gallon and buttermilk was lilted 2J cents on the gallon r and cream was elevated 20cts on the gallon Ther milk men say that the increase caused a great howl from the consumers but they had to raise or go out of btisifiess for feed is posting them just twice what it use to We dont knew but what they haye a right to do as they did for butchers have raised the price of mfeat ion them and tin ttas gone up as welt as every thing else they use Harrods burg Herald icaJcss allot tcurct by local applIC3tions aB they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cnretdeaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused bys inflamed condition of the mucous lin lug of the Eustachian Tnbe When this tube Js inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deaf ness is the result and unless the inflamatlod can be taken out and his tube restors ed to its uormal coudltlou hearing will be destrbyedfor ever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarre which ik nothing but an inflamed Con dition of che mucous surs ces a We will give one hundred dollars for any rase of deafdess1 caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circa lars free e 1 FJSS Cheney Co Toledo Ov Soldbyprnrgjsts75cl Take Halls Family Pills fof constl l paion Low Option in Ohio 1 A Pittsburg SD cial says Send on evening train twenty two unabridged dictionaries nineteen small dictionaries and seventeen hair mattresses The new clerk in a wholesale liquor house gasped when he read the order and decided the sender was insane The old clerk put up twentytwo full quarts of whi3kv nineteen pints of whisky and seventeen quart bottles of wine packed in straw Thenchep consigned the shipment Liverpool that arid district in Ohio with a population of over 20000 and not a single saloon Prohibition in Eaat Liverpool and its neighborhoodj1fellsville wTiich is also udr11iis not ar success so far as prohibiting the use of intoxicanta goes InS addition to the vastasKunt of liquor that U shipped iiblo the two ciUes from Pittsiburg an ayera e of 500 men from thfe p each night to Itwocitiesgo o Ret all gobackqanqpolice declare that t tehSnever been such lawlessness in the two cities as since the local option law went into effect HOtifiB Our WOtfilt Wearejlcased to announce that Foloys Honey and Tar for cougha colds and lung troubles is njtaect ed by the National ure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we recom imend1t as a sate rcinedy for children and adults Sold by the Red Cros j Drug Store FOR CHILDREN qForming Syllable t Nearly everybody is puzzled now anil then over the proper division Vf some word or other into syllables particularly when the work breaks at the end of a line Printers knew how to do it for it Is a necessary plrtet their education ui l other people may soon learrt by remembering curtate general rutes and keeping tKeir eyela ilLopenusually bfe joined to The vowels at fdlphthonga that they modify as iu tile yord apositolIca Two voWels COM lug toggthefr if they do riot make a diphthongthonld be separated as a ITmIHUcjalterminnt10iis 44- as the primitive meaning be disregarded In rercrcation and rceriatii 4Thfrthose whO wt ltVto write corpe thrj1 eTen though tlieyn1ay neyer rIteiIIX thinK mona aIublIIQVs thq a lette Ch1cagoNews f Laviv Ikai fftr A tennis iwi is flecessjary t9 ttiiIparty TKt rtinay bet ajioriwi Trttfc flags or rlLlousr Colored P ftr Jji t to add fo iti go3T appearances otrt range henselveoa olin sIIe eC I tuef boys on ibO tthcri gttefplay as partners lij linrllef b fwater to whiyi tk1b1ePnofnt glycerin is addc to i11trlut illIbeautj or the DrlsiaHtUr tjolofttj h d clay pipes tIed wIii ribbons cwSr termluiug siflesyftre provided by ibe hostess The pdt IjloVkVtie b Ufa P jfiid the bdysTWow them over the pt from their side oydeavotiBg te ijW T ut the airy balls from floating Into lwtr Jonmhi 1ucb bubble that 3W j0ij In floating cjver the lift couste tlnNa h points for the aide from wklch kbuaw Competition mi y take llit oft forms the largest ImbDle tHfe taming iUJ ori10ngeut or 41 chain of bubbles viuhiBg ii wifti nameiital pipes pajifer 4 boxes filled with bonbpns ift vtrifles we sultablpsfoi iizew Not Quite CIir i rreferenceologlcul coherence In id asi M tb f rw of written statenwntiC wtiifcii ir jfr served that thcr ar lutijM tllli method Imtoiuei I45trltig li WgHt the For Instance sH te tor 1 cnce bearc1 aniislii4ik in P shire make hWiftHI S7 uoinIi annouhcemeuta as tel 1betuRer lol t mI lamented sexton tfii w qft Wida neday iftersooe 8t i ThanIv1ori vI wJY be wed In this kapel Oft TbUrsdJ iuWetD at J iclok It JlpD1acettL E T uIIc r A iIi SLTLAsdMia4ihef t r ofLD 4J5- 1 orttbe fsr54 mku- UOstbd 3f field I wid 4I arid beat t and wops- tt7lateoJa yearsod 1palrid4et atales iwork W y 1 wsxillag i1e 3bih71sb1ae1rnJ 1ae1rnJ1goQdfad7g 42highgrs4s 1wea1dj sow r4j lae2 A- Fi f ir11- wiI1bl i4IFIL li iJ l j1 rw MS S Le DS- rjEW Lt w7 NA lAJ usE LAo tO 1 fir ter of Lows Ttte te fsw eefB shot at 8 W Hsxw 4te DUMJStitlc candidate tor taMIIt a aei W Didedal I P paign at ii aaiaaeeeh ft t d Il dcity fr trill I 11111 r orer dIi state Of = f will Mi have the unhm btbet As auditor 8 If HMJk ToW to award the state arSttth tor the sos unioa 6he cesapaa wfcj MwaleVt h have tile MHavMH Oleb ewapaar do law artaiis ta Mi Pfoigovorw Saotaei w Hatpr euiovenuNr Is state seioi ber of the stetr rts i LII1rwhich tea iisiaUfcsrtty lg jJI jIiO teats aa4 pks at the jaera ad ah the e ttf itette to BonMuic Bhoje Mated the aM ot trUe tlalojaeta te psas a MllVpvbridiac for a MpfcrtttBt ofiflbtt prtetinc on prosolM 4o elect kw artsa to that aeaftkay aad violated the prom tae by electis a jMBfestioa rarattst Isats of a coapst aa a W s bykthe TyyocmpMnal Unfa a t aaaia jsjva the seat urtrtte to a yea union Atop Thfc la the same Jiafer whO p aaares expeeta trade aatoa teta tagratft for him Jar iEsyfrcaor r aside we eaiawt ttofteeiv of p accuaa a aM itafteajet eaa gtv mW1brf1w Hagsr tor J J or MI f ij Hacer auxJkUt ftgovrm J trsdfcd the UhW atiLu 11aOs ho v4 ssES a rM p45bs iIIU a I A tlUaMMMH L kfk HAWErVS TIM fli PSINCt tECORDI la tIN a brewta eowpear aapMed b thi eotmtjr et of LaaraT eewaty ar alUMic tIt eatahUeh a whbieeait depot At Ffctahw hi that aawaty foci the aide 4 i ihair boot Laurel heiag a 1atfarfptiM Yulkwrote to Aedltor Bags the ttteC local af4 fleer of the stat aad was advised F that ft wesft Ma 4 ir Is Miss the Iii koem whkfcv ha did oa July 1 1S44J Latr the aiCoraaya for the hraw omay1 iiot heiac aattefled aa to the bto ttte dark to Jaaae the Metaio wt MPfRa N tae aad it aa4 re tM to hBw whaiher the li eaa be ttiaai hjf the aadfec or by the eounty rk sad Mr Hager re 5 plied thai It ih0aU be Jaaved by thi dark ta 3s Jttt aeipM the Irst i oenaa asyteed am Jahtacdaa into pue4 oot ay iMttaa aiclr as4- tb4ds tRIM h ctb liceaaa la diet therefore ref iiss to iiW he tfeeaae and the aHbraeyi for qtiqs tll1K tu b isIftor wha la aeeord with his the erk alMMdkd iaa the Ijiiaii aM ia obedC sass to lipaetipa jretoaad to asue t ftMjW brewlag sosd sot a laaadttocy tar Junctioai to eom el the a dttor to ta aoe the 34OSLJsS 2t ss jrpeJMee of Oorenor Jachhaai graaf ad 1M tnjaaotton tie asEftoc ap pied the oaae aad aught haie re tjogrant tMi ths appear tat tastaad e ri tSo Jo tM floss aM dhisissa ad ss s teate of MilihWJg for nearty ems poor loacar them the 4rt liajijiiali re Tened JW fltavt aad the bfewery CeStI1iUI1r MtIiat post is- tb 7 t ii taitaU were fo 5 laoor ss rttit dt AsSor w the ty k oosM ie licawM bx a hieal opdom ooaatr- la Mr Hatfer lajsfaui io serve Ida MeMa the brewers rssaiaih iraac no doobt the tJSQ eheckwhkh the I I ar this IJay tlie hast almost every cauntrj Id S IF BVER atage IN and aver that of the that is the with Mont Cristo which his had the m soid sf known to THE STORY A ESSIVE ORE aad 1j the Tki 5r r ocesic T oicwwf combine Jaw eleetiaa In uk the attorney loB on the wr bat aitffaei the ssrclerk who aaoat to tIM s to taeae the B sVnotwith taadtn the tocal optics law pootM sse The + Trooid wt vtftMMy liPHK a y JowraaU the aersofi at arcaa 01 Governor Beekham the osjss i exclaimed dvriag the pen deavey ef the Coamty Halt Bill Im1tOC1 Kill the Cowity tilt Bill It is hoped tthe seaMs hat shelved it for good aad t1Later It sMr The League has issued a proclaasatioa agaiast the County Uait Bill as amended by the senate jaM aaaouaced that It will fight the moore and those who vote for it look threats have boos made so often aad their results so fruitless that they Will not excite eves the weakest kaeed Still later this same organ after the good people of Llecola a local optioft electioa added The hUad tiger is more demorallz tQaa the opea salooa That is the stock argHmeat of every whisky man The attitude of the governors per soaal organ proves the truth of Gen eral Percy Halya letter when he that bllU but wham we saw oae had to pass and the paselBg the County Unit Bill with all the big cities exempt win satisfy th- el4or men la the cities and the tem folks m the country we justx delivered the goods to both aides la the Malay archipelago is a reptili mach like the mythical dragon It has false ribs that extend tile loose skis aad form its wings There are also a frog with feet that makes a parachute which enables It to flit from tree to tree and a lemur that can spread out Its whole body like an umbrella and leap and fly a hundred feet ata time from the top OIle tree to smother Wily are well fed chickens ilke sue cessful farmers BeCause they are blessed with full crops If your was twelve Inches bag what wbnW it bV A foot Why is the E like the face of Hamlets father Jt is more In sorrow Why is like a bottle of wine Becaiwe lt has a Cork la It Expert say that in its deepest perth are so dense that a sunken Ironclad would the bottom The Nauahty Dolly you tained you dolly you shamed as you can be7 Caui yva made your clothes so dirty 8p much trouble made tor me 0t1 you neednt hang your bead so That wontt help the thing a bit Hereiyour mother dolly Kara at work Juft think of Ceune I ought to be aplaying CKeadj Qf working hers for you Q4l Iearme I never realized Half that m tber b etodo But Tye learned a lesson dolly ill e gpedSB X can be Jty Btasuda shall sot be tired Doing extra work for Ledger Lartl For Gapes o peftlvryroan suggests that lard sod kftoscae half and half applied fry around the neck of the chick wH ewe the gapes Work Animals Need Rest It Is hardly tate to work a horse in the Weld all diy nod then make him s rimt arevad the country ail night THEATRE TALK NO5 IIJ T1A JRITTAItIrICA1as reca- gt lizad iu tfcJMMNit tfuJHipc i week ami is witkouf qHtctiom the gru tMt kMt4iIt e nor bispubthhed JatheEigHsh 1aanI IX ITS GlVlS A XIST OF OHi HUNDRED 1Ll 1 WIaoI Story Well Tclft OF BOOKS tfce worli has ever TIE IS BY 4 towards WDRE DUJUs 1I1E CRISTO j It i this rRN mt romantic n t ts drjuB tIx r This famous work lit MM trhtT excite more lj ica Cufoe or Waverly THE r ir NEVER SPIRIT the oteri l4LakepopuUrityit SELDOM adaftatioii intifin EXCEEDS generaX f aortl itwlf However case icess say theatrical PA86ttaf V5NS tIVN- dpAaiacI1tut reoit fought perance flying Iloee Ireland naughty rtaughty THI LIST well i Vttk f the pay The trade tYOOIt WORTH OR tat M ckaacMi whem this 1111 pta7 I It lot dts aflisb this city will a sa evidence g ges pbtIc strante ast the E- siLOSERIjI 114808j sthtS JlJjiJjCsa lotiP AmtiValooa eeacratuUtiBg IWeall StraiifeAnimal spreading Conundrums letter thanlaaager TIMoanaDitha hydrographera tbVoceanswatere aayetreaek IAJat me- Philadelphia IHgbeea IttMt RArT GREATEST produced HEADED KIEBIBtE1 a1jroasaisArni ROKAHCE tkUrrlng universal Jtifefefca FLAGGING POPULARITY rONE411Y sia- rkZLiuiiit MONEYS kU1bSh MayTItlag W CANT I HttyotlWIRlllng esI the attrctlos but- YretG os1atks atmagcr tf Oifositf Critto gives the fel Hnrinc Gttaramteed Pledge HW herafcy Authorize the local majucer in every town 4lay ta gUr1sb drstclso In every pthicttlar TA vd gRrUtOVeYerybody cii ue It sadj1i It to pee It abssedgitaraitee 41 a wduythlsg We it bcaiiee we ctthsut ke1twftk y t t a yw wMk tk We pcassally kp i J 24 MMoCRAncnII iJX OtmrHANCHIM THE VOTE- The Jaat Ptatecratte CkxnU Aaiia WAN1i Page Jdt4 yaand a bill atibaiittlBff to the eof4 a eon tlt tioaail ameadafieat whereby all persoRs are prevented from yptlag who hays not i kl In full all state equaty uuntelpal lt district and fchoo taxes due by tkem1orthe year pve vlous to the one la which they offer to yp tMSaid Wills as follows CHAPTER 55 An act relating to amendment of Section 145 of the Constitution relating to suffrage and elections Be It enacted by the General Assem bly of the Commonwealth of Ken tuckyff 1 That upon the concurrence of threefifth Of all the members elected to each house the yeas and nays be Ing taken thereon and entered lit fuJJ In their respective journals Section 145 of the Constitution of Kentucky be and It Is amended by adding a fourth paragraph to said section con talnlng the following words towIt 4Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid In lull all state county municipal district nnd school taxes due by them for the year previous to the one In which they offer to vote That Section 145 of the Constttmion of Kentucky relating to suffrage and elections be amended to read as fol lows 1 Every mare citizen of the United Stats of the age of twentyone ears who has resided In the sta e one year and fn the county six months or the precinct in which he offers to vote sixty days next preceding the elecMoii shall be a voter in said precinct and nit elsewhere but the following per sons are excepted and shall not buVe the right to vote Persons convicted inuny court of competent Jurisdiction of treason or felony or bribery In 1m election o of such high misdemeanor as the General Assembly may declare shall operate as an exclusion from the right of suffrage but persons hereby excluded may be restored to their civ1 rights by executive pardon 2 Persons who at the time of the election are in confinement under the Judgment of a COurt for some penal offense 3Idrots and insane persons 4 Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at which they offer to vote paid In full all state county municipal district and school taxes dnfc by them for the year previous to the one in which they offer to vote This bill includes af taxes so that if the poll taxor tax on the head is lot paid as stated the right to vote will cease at least for that year and this right to vote will be denied at ach election thereafter until the taxes are paid This amendment will be voted on at all the coming elections all per sons against It fixing the mark on the baliot In front of the word No This Ila the first time Inthe his tory of Kentucky that a money qualh ificatlon has attempted to be fixed upon the voter Not only the vote seller but the honest man as well will be dlsfran chlsed for the former cannot felt hip vote having none to sell and the lat ter however gqpd a citizen will be disfranchised This law Is not so favorable to the vote seller as the certificate law of registration which the Democratic party has made a vendable commod Itytwith no punishment provided for the seller or the purchaser Every man who sells his certificate thiS jyear will put It in the power of JISiraJIS J Beckham and the armers It Is heralded oTBrthls county that GovernojB c1cnara is the best friend wejjgyef had We admit he did not oppose the Capitol appropriation but If any one of the many things said about his administration Inregard to contributions received rather tribute exacted from nubile contractors be true then It may be that he favored the appropriation In order to have another large contractor who could If he felt disposed contribute to his campaign But let us look at the gov ernors record asa friend of the farmer It was shown by an invest gation of the senate that the great tobacco trust called the American To baccb company contributed 115000 to Governor Beckhams campaign ex penses We do not know whether they jthought they had a promise like the liquor men tthought they did but Itls plain that the only law that was ever on the statute Books that favored the tobacco grower the McCain law jvas repealed by one of the governora legislatures Strange that h1ail his speeches the governor has never once referred to his position on that law or oh the tobacco trUst a subject that Is alive Just now The farmers and tobacco growers should remember this contribution and the repeal of the taw that followed when they are re Winded of the many things the gov ernor has done Frankfort Gill t MORE GRAFT We have heretofore called attention In these columns to the fact that Big Wlngate Thompson th6 governors prl rate policeman stands charged by the grand Jury of this cOunty of the offense of selling liquors without a state or city license so to dp although he has United States license We have also remarked that Mr Thompson wax seeping some sort of a boarding house an the new capltol grounds AH the o things seem to have escaped the at tention of the govern r for Thompson is still feeding at the public crib We now desire to call the attention at the public to the fact that Thomp sons boarding house was furnished with blankets and such like from the ttate arsenal here We do not know by whose authority and permission but weare informed from a source we beliOTkito be reliable that Jilt th- eblThompson hItS In hIs lodgtng holBe leTofctalaed from the state ar s ail They must ihave been given of tloaned him wnlch Is In fact the lllUJe as there Is no toprt ot record w aere taef fweef eve fOMt ami ue proeeeda eeyered into the treasary It is 4 iiOuik tO Hej Wia DtiM payrail aa p lleLu bat It aapaafa to ealaidefiL that there xkU Mate sort of jQartacrahip or other tie faat flvea Wta ate Thovaaoa favor He ta fttralahed tlaJJ loddac houe and llquora Without llceaae potI25 paper whose editor was and Is a par tisan Deinocrat It was written oa the ground and so far aa knows to the writer has never been contradicted This happens In the capital of the state and in the county where trees fruits vegetables rocks hills clays grasses corn and hogs are made to vote the Democratic ticket FIRE MARSHAL The legislature by an act approved by Governor Beckham March 21 ItOf authorized the appointment of a Ire marshal at a salary of 12400 per an num together with any expenjiea In cluding expenses of deputy detective and officers During the fiscal year ending June30 1907 the salary lAd expenses of t1snew and Improved method of furnishing Jobs to pollUeal henchmen ltthe mualSeeat se of 888634 The Job Is held down by the gentleman who conducted the state primary in 1906 In whleh the county of Johnson with a total Dem piratic vote of 900 gave Beckham and Bager majorities of 1500 each and tile county of Martin where not a single ballot was sent gave them a majorltyof 253 He Is the same man Who in the same state primary seat less than 100 ballots to the strong McCreary town of Hiclooaa where nearly Democrats wanted to vote This fire marshal and those who cooperate with him while costing the insurancepaying public abut 10J00 dollars h sup to date succeeded in arresting one sixteenyearold boy charged with setting fire to a build ing and that boy turns out to fee crazy This Is the fire marshal who attended the Demo ratic railroad commissioners convention At Henderson where according to the public press and the private statements of aoate who attended the successful candidate traded all the clerkships under the conjmlssion and the lieuteNant gover norship In 1911 in order to win This is the same fire marshal who when that convention was over found his family too sick t permit his qbey Ing a subpoena to appear before the Trigs county grand 1uryaad subsjtaa tlate the chargeswLich he had In self glorlfyiag manner paraded in the fpurwhwas designated by Governor Bjsekham as the medium of official communicai tion andf which General John K Hendricks now the Democratic now inee for attorney general said la his speech at Nlcholssville la 1103 Many do liars are thus dropped from the execi live office into this vulgar and obsct re sheet This IIs the same fire marshal Whose re stlons to the rallroafT was so close that when he wasted the Democrat c county chairman to come to Louis lie to consult about1 the best way to olda Democratic state pri mary In 1906 offered to furnish a pass This Ire marshal Is a valuab1o spoke In the drivewheel of the machine Outcageo is Methods of Securing Cam palfln Funds We we e shown a letter fmn lady employed atone of the asylums which Stated th t9ut01a salary pf 11Odtie for the rionth of August slie was re quired to par to tiie campaign fund of Governo Beckham 5tor one fourth of her small salary The letter also stated that this same thing Was done to all the female emplQ es she did not know about the mea This Is a shame and an outrage Captain KIdd and his pirates robbed the rich thfc James gang never took tribute from a wcjman and especially a poor woman whp worked for wages Robin Hood gave to the war Ustesd of holding them i4p Joha A Murr lL killed a man for 35 ceats but h never robbed a vfomah That is left for the jnachlne to do tframkfort Call A Gam WitthFiIrsi This same Js played with as oppo nent eachn turn jlacing a smaibet on paper from lto 61 addlng then up mentally Its they proceed The person who succeeds In plnclng the last figure which shall make the column add up 30 wins the g meJJThe player unacquainted with the se cret always loses The explanation volves the number 0 Your friend has written say 0 YouWItdoWDsay 3 which will nddvBp toQ4ays Home Notes Your friend patawn sayl You put down Cfor the secead addl onmust equal 7 Again he puts down say 5 You make It T by adding Zy He puts down say S Ydfl Sgaln makelt 7 by putting down 4 The ad dltlon foots up 30 and as you IIftt put down the last figures you have won Be careful toinaie the first addition 0 and the followln j three 7 each and victory will novel desert you Fairy LIhtA Game A game for Indoors or out Take pIece pf cloth about two yards square a tablecloth or sheet will do Have this held by the players Upon the cloth have a white feather tVben all Is ready baye the players sings together Fairy white faIry light We will blow with all our might And none will be afraid If you falcon anyone He must then renounce thotun Till a forfeit he baajpaid Then toss the sheet upward setting the feather fiyiag The object is to run under the leather not letting it escape and at the same time blowing it away from yourself sad toward some one else who in turn defends himself Each player touched by Ute feather Js retired from the game until a forfeit iis paid at the end when a sew attack may be began rr1I r l f ii TTT At theC WaiSt IMMUNITY FOR TAYLDR J A Mtrt Campaign Card From Beckham and Franklin The Clinton Gazetted a DeniocraUq paper in discussing the otter to grant Gpv W S Taylor Immunity from ar rrest if he should return to Kentucky to testify in the Powers case says The offer by Mr Franklin and Gov Beckham of immunity from arrest if hew uld come to testify in the Pow era case was a mere campaign card It seems to have beeia made thrpug the public preasand not pro forma to Mr Taylor himself We have no patience with such cheap methods in polities We protest against the be llttllBC of Goetiels assassination by such politics Better the cases against Powers and Taylor were dismissed than that the crime of crimes In Ken tuckys history should be made a plaything of bYCold blooded politicians of thebre d that flourishes in Kentucky tody SO TIt TRIMILES LETTER +The Herald printed on its first page yesterday morning a letter said tllTr1B1blrlleuteaant governor of Kentucky The docuni4t linviting a Democratic elec tics commissioner to lend himself to purposes to Insure the elec tion of the Democratic ticket is so pertinent that it needs no further elu cidation It is well calculated to stand strictly on its own merits to plead Its own cause to speak loudly and ofte during the current campaign The spectacle of a candidate for the high once ot lieutenant governor a position which makes the governorship within reach In case of death or mishap urging an election comnUs sloner to vacate his office in favor of another who t1t was alleged would lend himself more readily to the pur poses of the machine Is one which tie voters of Kentucky may well con tepnplato with alarm It Is true that South Trimble was not a candidate for lieutenant governor lIn 1899 but he was then South Trimble as he Is now South Trimble with the same motives the same mind the same impulses the samestandard of principle and honor the ambitions lAd we presume the same ctlca ItlaI not for the people to presume thatthe South TrEmble of1899 is any different than the South Trimble ot 1907 Witness what the former congressman is alleged to have written in 1899 Our county is all right safely- IlemocraticLbut city elections cannot be won with a fair count and you know that as woll as I do Incompetent unreliabl LlepuilIcan judges will have to be appointed The right of ttuuRepubllcans to indicate who shall represent them as judges will have to be Ignoredaim the election commis sioners will have to do this or receive the ill will of the city Democrats I would not do It I could not con scientiously do so and I know that you would not therefore jny advice to you Is to refuse to act I had a talk with Judge Pryor on the subject and he said that 4f you would refuse to act he would appoint anyone that we might indicate which would be Ben Marshall You know Ben is so partisan that he thinks anything is right that helps the Demo rats He would not do it because as he says he could not conscientiously do so A fine hIghclasSsense of morals Hecould not do but he could have others do It He could not do it but could uge another man to be a party to the offense He could not do ft but he could conceive and devise the schemeMeanwhile Governor Beckham and 8 W Hager the candidate for gover nor are preaching the doctrine pf ref- Orm of good government and honesty In offlee Governor Beckham poses as a reformer of Louisville and indorses South Trimble Hager promises good government with South Trimble pre siding over the senate The Democratic ticket offers clean governmentS with the alleged author of that letli running for the second highest offlca within the gift ot the people of Ken tuck What choice is there left to the voters On the one hand they are offered a ticket teeming with the un wholesome stench of mismanagement corruption and machine politics while PR the other they tare offered a ticket headed by Wlllson and Cox a ticket of men promising a clean administra ties and proposing to given clean ad aiiaistratloa when elected Louisvllh ltatliiU Did His zest My goodness exclaimed nni lous mother What lu tIle world made your face so dirty Viuir Johnny Jones and me had a tight exclaimed Willie an he throw more dirt In my face than J could swallcr Homfe Magazine Net Heneltl Have you ever been hi Jail before demanded the judge uNo your honor honestly never Of course you havent lionestfy few men get there that wnyKau san City Independent LIkAii theatThe Ladyfy husbnnd Is particulars liable to seasickness contain Could you tell him what to do In ease of an attack The Captain Talnt nevea 11YE Oiutu Hell do ILJudge OffetsIeJSomet 1 reiness1 braandrduiMrs 1- from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed t tohelpme1t Cardui is a odhiew4 and I recommend it to all suffering women t For sale at all dnirii fnfi I WRITE US A LETTER HINTS FOR FARMERS Age to Breed Sows Gjhe question Often arises At what agO should a sow be bred for the first time If the animal has shown ex ceptionally rapid development and is hi uuusually fine condition breeding at ten months would not be much of a rIsk but under ordinary circumstances it is best to wait until sIte is fully u farmerintendency to breed too young is clear enough as It Is only natural for the owner to wish her to beget a litter at the earliest date possible as every day of delay means additional risk when we consider the high pen cent of mortality among hogs It is better to risk delay however than to have runty pigs or ah undeveloped sow As to the ordinary error of killing sows before their age of Usefulness has expired the question Jsnot so complicated although the reason can not jo easily be explained and no ef fort at explanation will be made It sa common custom to butcher a sow just after she has produced and nursed lher second litter This Is an extrava gant practice The sow may still be good for a score of plg By all means give her a chance to show her further ability In nine cases out of ten it will pay SheepN = vlgor9UForce the growth of those sale ramsfeeil them wisely but not ex tra vagdntly Worms seem to be a little more prev alei than nsuaI therefore flont foi getworm powders and salt It lookb as if South Africa Is des tined to pecome n great sheEt touutry gobblingtipcountry and Australia There is only pne way by which we can over hope to figure high in the list of shippers pf export or mutton sheep to tie British marcet and that is by tjIceDjCare of Farm Machinery As soon as harvest is over look the machinery all over If there are see tions needed In the knife any guards broken or other repairs required have them made now a year in advance Then after yon have seen that fthere are no nuts off or bolts lost and everything in good shape pant up all the parts hnt can be painted nnd oU everythlyg nip t Is susceptible to rqst You cult do thfs some day when too wet to Avorkpr at 01d moments when banCfitsenson1comes cause ypu will be goqdand ready l Ration For Hogs ltJis stated that the Michigan 1Jfl cultural college as aji experiment fed some pigs a cross between the Berkshire and Tamtvorth which made great gttlnsFpur of the Uttej Trgre tedl n baiancedration male up of 38ijounds of wtnt mdllncs and 6S2 pounds of cornmeal mixed with water jind It cpstx3C2 to make an Increase of 100I pound In weight Five pigs of theI same llitpr verjs fed cornmeal mixed with watily nndj It cost 007 to make an increase oC1rPounds IntwelghtI Scratch d In For scratches iX horses wash thfii affected parts with tvarnr eastlle and water Then grease with soapI I otipe every thdays tOeeptIio sore soft and give OiK rn11nTflftn tnnfllnlnn Ten cents worth each of blood root copperas saltpeter and sulphur Put verize all together nnd give one tablespoonful night and morning In the teed for three weeks In most cases If the blood Is jiurlfied the sores will heal This remedy Is good for both cattle and horses Tuberculosis In Swine Tuberculosis Is spreading among swine says Kami Progress The causes for the Increase of this disease are at tributert tolkcoplnjf hogs In pastures with cattle feeding unsterilized milk allowing hogs to consume the carcasses of cattle which have dleddlf the dls ease or the Introduction1 of breeding stock which has the disease Tiibenju losls can be prevented by exercising care lu selecting breeding anil ours agcment of stock antThe great or bourtnzns than Nevada gold mines Orchards have produced 5000 worth of commercial nuts In ouo season per ncre Individual trees yield 150 worth of nuts nnd the tree increases In pro iluctivlty Until It is seventyflve years old pTurnipl For Spring Gresns Leave a patch of turnips ln the ground for a supply of Spring greens aridicornstalks11theI spring v b Causes of Garget Garget Iis inflammation of the cows bag had is usually caused by too great i formation of milk at calving time or by not milking nil the milk put clean or u stoppage of some sort In the teats Watering Before Feeding Care should be taken to water tile horses regularly mid never under any circumstances allow a horse to go fo his feed after being worked without first having water sot before him The Horse and Hl Coat A coarser rough haired animal is gen emily coarse graluedr siuggisli and in active and many times also un tured and viciou8and especIally is this true of the horse HOW About This Critlcf Frank Chance says Itliut If CincIn- nati had tIm players they let go lu the two past seasons they would nowiiav u first dlvlttyn teumf he team has too many y Aingfitcrs They play wen enough In spurts but when It comess to critical pIdts they go In the alrJ IIVIcedescrtbeYOUlsymptoa1SsbtlncanJr ier l I3 I1SALEflr I jz t + Pz f1NttJ t1 1 I HtQ1flOfl1 1i1fl rzIf 1qrorsollalPrji r Having decidedto move away from SpdageII will JItf ci III sold privately beforehand sell atublLc sale os l F SATTJROAY OcTQBiJiJ t I r t rlJfr is tMy residnce do Main Cross trectia SyrinkiW tWI r 4 house couta1nIngeightroomgwtij tk and all ao ers j lences One ofthe 1icesthOJl is SsringklL 1 jrP Personal ProP a tlso at thesametizne md placel wIll sell a 1Mr Ot psiJ 1Il property consisingoHouse Furnltwre ey il JIiM f4horse Aplot of buggiesharness feedand bars svplIesITerms anngnnced on day Of sale II q Ihi J1BRoBg tt Jl r a fO ojc1F L1RE T No 201 Farm 128 acres Qne mile4 South of Texas good 4 roomdwellinr good barn well fenced Price t2J089 No 2Q3 parm 100 acres good ian I 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike all good land well fenced and watered Price50 peyacre 5ImilesgoSddwelling grawIINo205 Farm 130 acres situated 0 dweliingland ull lies well Price 516 P raere1 irpmSpringfieldbarns well fenced and watered Price 3700 207 52ajcre farm located 1 JU2 als 5outhwes ofSnrlngfieldfc Good iweJJ ing barn and alt other outbuildings Improvements new and In first claM repair Price 5000 208 12 90acre farm 4 12 mis from Springfield all gpod land S1xrOQadwOlllng stock and tobacco barsIwire fenced All theJand in a blgb state of cu1t1vattotiantlies Well Price 60 per acre 208 100acre farm 3 l2 miles fro S ri ng flell1Jman dwel1Ing1ooae aIld good barn wire fenced and nostly grass Price 32000 WillisbeKyal I lies well Mostly i sPrice Iptr210 108acre fani located 80ewest ofSpringfteicb Goodhowae sa- biirnrell fenced and watered Near 1railwa1 from Springfield Good small house and barn SO acres in blOegrasa Pricet 1500Ii 213 380acre farm 2 12 miles Iron town AH lies well and is good land Good improvements of every kind it certOSpringfield Gbodmprpvements lan I all lies well Price 165 per acre 215 103acre farm focated J9 niles riprtheast of Springfield 35 acres of tobacco land two barns 130 per acre 218 210acre farm nearMickvllle JOOitljin219 140acre farm 40 acres crew Stqllhouse rdcelil5220 100acre frmlllocated I nea j east ofSprJngfield Small eaad goodbarn Rilce 2600 llelporth ivsv Iacve li 1 Ia impreveietg eo per acre Ir d5pflg5iingheu0O5ad 4224 Ittacre Iaei caMackyilIe Ky jG dweW bans Price tt rs1j i Spriuel s 4feace4 0 2i 3Oacre farpi 1asouth of Sprlpffleld Gbod fcern o every kiqd Price 2i7 2OOcre ajs 3v000dhoo alt other oothUtMtL well is under tosdisebest ofsbape It j atIeMmahle ho 129 Oracre f m 3iSiprinf lekl laod au lies in grass food S roe newbaia PrkeMtt 230 16acrSSpriagseld Ky right oa the 231 4oacre t well iocatea rt Ul4Oacre6xrntoo oax the lfke wellIag hee sok 7fiptracrIcras Zr ifrass food all Me wen Pile 2 114 acrefafrom 8Ti firidrdwellbag sad bsweH PrIcepOracos 236 170 acre far from andbeis 237 iPcr fl S 1Oacg I 2 acr MokytUt1t 4Jk- a U ftosI MacflIe good d koper acre placebarn esj lle fresa tow Price r 942 96acre fanan towa 90 acres of cree- ftfeirroohbuebsr huiidlBffa Price J 2iT Mace Ivmf rsod 1 aara Price IW mma Real Estate Hi IImmct Ifrb NewsLeader aad X Herald o eyear325I 5DRJ MSiOKNT DENTIsT i TEETH fXTMCTED- tIWIHOUTPAJNt 10 J MsI jjt PE1WGPILD IT- LIt r tM Work Strictly ri l PfrstcIsi r DRJe CAYthL J+ i4P ud lrgNI Ice town fc ga vV Ito2pii tr OjJtiir eirer HaydpnV drugstore iiLLamptonMD- sf IIIIttse N F Ru1dc H3 r WFGR1OSBY1 r If nftNIY AT LAW lJ tf i rrw ftoftes B Blr i nxLDXY 1 Jgo1r1 M W ErYTS fIAWHYATT jHi tit Sireois Olf Bins gro it pPQste PrecbyUrian Jt I irwm Ray PlfJOAIAiltStHOH i 1 eTer HoLBober 4prg Stoe ttt lce115 7 E4dence 172 fow1 T- IW1Na t Y1 MAn FUIEWALIisitTOli injAITELEPHONLAThft4IQHT I 74 or r mGFImJl U- lJ Ralro l Schedule iFoii wliit M the tim schedule i w iin effect oo the Bardstowi IIi jIekiFaDch railrotd- Ne 41 Leayes Lo isTilI at 110 pBr3 wn Junctiot S i fl pD at- puiitllJ S rJNldat TLOiirdIown rIfl419fl 650 am arrivu atLoUrtille 740m Xe 4 1Ay Louisville at 8Q am lard towI JQgction f 1Q am Bardstown 1100 mr ca iurriTM Sprmjgneld 1280 pm p No44 Leve Springfield ate100 pM Bar dfttown 220 pxnm BardetoWll Ju tlon 485 pm anriYeNo 90 Sundays only Lieare in J8priBK 1eW at715 aim Bards owm 8 am Bardstowa Junctionpe H45 aim lurriTM at Louisville m jftVJU Sm dysonly Le Te Milleat O vr Bardstown Jimctio C45 pim Bardfitown lOpIrirSpringfield ne tIlClLLTHiEJCOUOH A CUItE THE LUNGS e vmDr1jings all IIn Uiscovsry y IR Cgs IIMMf J MJTIIIWAOLUMThOUKE I 4LLXTID ATIPACTOZILM J II 4 Jsj ron Market a Y iJfr Jasper Whallen fornierly WllbMr JVH Kearns of Leba f sjaoiuJCyo S119lVaMQCited with IT L Smith Market Street IMAWMO Srdanil 4th Louisville lYe We cordially inVIte our trie dii and yc nr friends to call 1 II M what in the city and to of 9 aid VM orderf ior any goods It + ro1J 1r iit ies225 to 4- J jiitied and 100t 1itJa ttm rr fII 1IT on cMip to all points from LMiaYiU Hojrse or fiom 423 ad 425 State Street New Alf ft4bsay lithanaeI f WLSniithtv t1 i iJtrS f NO- WffillllV1 and- b StES Ji sad tsxei sow E 0svrlst IItbe 11ulhj i JJ dgOt fWILSlco U l lIS 66N I TOWN iiHitNi5 HHNHHHN Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest AllAlbont Yourself friends and Acquaintances You can buy cheap for cash at Lawrences grocery 1 iIj Campbells Country produce of all kinds wanted at Lawrence grocery See our large mantel mirrors andget prices at Campbells Maple syrup and sugar on sale noy at Lawrences jerocery A few moae bargaiqs in tin ad glassMafe at Lawrence grocery groicheap for cash at Law jrtnces grocery v Mr Will Cocanougher sold to Yankey Co 110 hogs that j yielded 1120 ithingsi rence s store When in need of fruits vegetables and erocers call at Law rences groCery l See our Furniture and Stove stock in the corner arid gee prices at Campbells morevegetibIesthln tlCorTwo 5c cans taking powder r dc two 5c ticks wiggle stick bluing forpCItt Lawrences 1groceryCampbells grocery will change hands first of November so come in and get some bargains china and glassware i uFOR3lingsInIFreder sIIeggs and butteraljkLawrenceo Ifyou are worrying over a weak stomach use Miona and ee howston you will be well he Red Cross Drug Store guarantee to refund thc money if Mioi na fails to cure Mr G T Jaryia the Republi f tinfrom this district was here yes rday Mr Jams has just ade a canvass in Marion county d reports everything favorable tbatcount y The Republicans he says are working in rfect harmony while the Demo R crate are badly split 1bMr P S Barber has sold his premium mile colt Miss Barr s by Chestnut Dare dam lIt Black Beau to W S Gibbs for 1 150 Black Beau has been f shown thirteen times and won a ue each time Mr Gibbs has bought four of her colts for thetl round sum ef 900 They were l premium winners Brother Anthony of the St Rose farm sold and delivered to ti onte Fox last week 14 head cattle that averaged 134B b pounds atf505 per hundred y r Fox also bought of Mr Alex Hamilton 5 head of cattle p which averaged 1320 pounds S t 5 cents Mr Fox bought about CO head in the Holy Cross neighborhood Ifessrs McElrqy Wharton sold for Mr John D Burns 83 acres of land on Pleasant Run IThisfarms in the county every acre it being productive soil The same firm also sold two tracts ofr nd for Tom Wbeatley one to m llie Borders and tie ther to MclntireBros for 1900 j iu uWorkmen 5theiag to be erected py T S Mayes Maini street unearthed a box M containing a number of human bones It is thought that the box had been buried by doctors who had offices in the building fifty or sixty years ago The ood of tne box had almost rot tedTaway SM Campbell reports Bards town court Moiday 1wellatt8nd8dnstock on hand Sold two small ull calTea at U25 per head olle heifer calf 1275 one 2year old btiftr 1825 sow and ourpgsl I one mule colt 65 aged horse 70 one 4year Id boise 104 LoU of Hher TOPICS stock there handled by other auctioneers All together made a good court day for Bardstown It isnt half as hard for most people to find a good dinner as digest one Use Miona atom acli tablets and never fear in Jndigestion 50c gufanteed the Bed Cross Drug Store Mr W H Leachman attended the big Jersey cattle sale of J J Middleton at Shelbyville last iweek and purchased a fine young bull The animal is by Fox Cruso by Flying Fox which sold for 7500 Its grand sire 1 f on its dames side sold for 10000 There were 61 head disposed of at the sale at anII average of 192 25 thowh4C females averaging 224 and 15 But bulls 112i He Judge James Breattiitt th Re publican candidate for Attorney rBut General epoke at Willisburg yesterday afternoon toPgood sized crowd and made a fine im Ky Ptession He also spoke to a large audience at the courthouse to here last night Owing to our of hour of going to press we are un Of able to give any report of the Un speeches this week Judge Breathitt is regarded as one of the strongest campaigners on with e stump be Gibbs MackiD have received the 50 cup awarded the tbest wo herd of Jack Stock shown at the as- eutueky State Fair It is a used beautifully chased loving cup 80J dsiJvergold lined about eighteen inch shighon an ebony base On one side is each inscribed The Dr McChord up presented by WP Hays co- loomfield Ky The reverse the ids has Kentucky State Fair sa- ouisville 1907 herd of jackqu tock won by Gibbs Mackio part Ky Messrs Gibbs Mackin are very proud of this and en- eautiful trophy or it was over a ring full of some f the best animals in the bluegrass belt Death of Dr Rihehart and A telegram was received by visit relatives here on Tuesday an nouncing the death in Oakland j Cal of Dr James F Rinehart heiformerlyof ulars of the tdeath have been received but it is thought that death was due to appendicitis About a week ago a letter was and received from Mrs Rinehart by ke wierMackville saying that Dr inehart had undergone an jperatio for appendicitis and races he appeared to be getting along nicely Complications which re tuultedlndeath whaterleft this place eight years ago thormaking the change was primarily l on account of hIs health he at hat time was threatened with a serious lung trouble For the bon past three or four years however Dr Rinehart had become a strong robust man and was en- ma rly freed of his lung weakness livDrtioornspearsllosshis medical education began the cIrracticeMrpringfieldhe enjoyed a large and Wiucretiveman of wonderful energy and were ambition About ten years ago he married Miss Mallie Ray 1 bourn of this county and to that in union there are three children r Rinehart had prospered ly in California He was enjoying a very large prac tice and besides he had become a I ich man through wise invest ents in real estate He bad built of the Brinpe nder construction an apartmentaft containinglOO rooms n The remains were buried at Oakland and iills supposed that Mirsf1wllpresent at least For Sale Pnvatelyda hotiInheerty I sold to W T Leachman he house is new and in good repair For particulars and price call on or address W W P Lawrence day Springfield Ky For Sale Buckboard and two sets light and heavy harness W P LAWRENCE vtT 7 Cf ll 1IiI I f Exclusive Styles in PatternilatststI I Newest thing in Tailored Uatsi5 ReadytoWears H it yIni all the popular shapesand colors at f MISSKNOTT f Opp First National Bank = Cooking School P li We may live without friends we may live withoutlooksS civilized man cannqt live wlfh r out cooks fsrImay live without lovewhat iiijs paksion but piningi where isthe man that canjiye without dfmng Mrs W A Johnson of Paris a graduate of the Boston Cooking School arrived Monday teach a class of ladies thart scientific cooking and service meals Room has been taken what is known as the Roberts house near the Presbyterian church and a range installed which all the cooking is to doIieA complete line olutensils are at hand a large number of which the average man would need instruction to their use but when pnctf would not be without them For each day of this weak a complete menu is prepared and demonstrated before the classa step in the reparation being plainly explained and the oking done in plain view of class Then each viand by the clcss This will ite likely be the most popular of the program 1l A large class nas been secured new pupils will gladly bell roled at any timeii I PEFZQONAL I Drand Trustytchildren left Monday for a to relatives in Jebstfer county fMrs Bellbaum is cpnfined to r home with a seyere attack- rheumatism Mrs 0 0 Cambron and Mrs George Boldriek of Lebanon Mrs E O Walker of Wal Heights spent last Thursday th Mrs Ralph Boldriek i jMessrs JohriF Simms an J McCabe attended the trotting at Lexington last weekri Mr Ben Simms has r rj rned from a trip to Tennessee ere he bought some cattled Mr H M Moss is attendiuggl e races at Lexington and visit GrassfoMrJ Will Thompson and J daughter Mrs Charles Robert left Tuesday for a visit to relatives at Abilene Texas oMrn have gone to Louisville tote Mr Leachman has a pOSI n vitha furniture house ringfield will suffer a decided t both in social and business rclesby the moving away of C and Mrs Leach man Mrs Alfred Dehonoy and Mrs i nchester jg Phillips of Lebanon guests of Mrs S J Smock Tuesday Mr O L Price spant Mona v Bardstown QD business Mr Willie Greene and sistqi IFDanvtllei t oCrossCMrMisses Mary and Elizabeth uc and Sarah Mitch of 51rrvvilieer a visit to their aunt Mrs pperS i Misses Majme Donelty and bll Price have returned home ret a visit to Miss Lavania OConnir of Peaant Groye Mr B arry Smith spent Sun 3 in iouirvilIe Mr neal Boblitt has returned me fter a months stay in dianapolisS Mr and Mrs James Royalty spent Sjunday at Willisburg Misses Catherinei andsMary akefi1d of Maud spentrTues hereS Mr Will Thurmond of Dan ville was in townS Sunday Mrs Hamilton Robertson andj jittle son R H have returned = home after a visit to her parents in Bardst wn 5Mrs Leo Hay don and children have arfp at Coxs 0reek Messrs Will Robertson acd IKnightHandy were inBloomfieId Sunday Messrs John X Simms arid Ben F Simms Vere in Bards town Monday Mrs S M Campbell arid daughter Mjss Lillie were visi ting Mrs Patti Butler Sunday of Boyle county Miss Zena Arnjld who has been visiting her uncle andI aunt Mr and MrsH M Campbell returned to her home near Perry ville Sunday Mr and Mrs John Offutt off Bloomtleld spent the past week Claybrooker H Mr and MH R C Boblett re visiti g rejatives1 in AltohI Illinois MrJoe C Pettus has returned from Lancaster where shevTvas called by the illness ofher sister Miss Mattie McCarey who died last Friday night and the funeral was held Sunday Miss McCar ley is pleasantly remembered hen by friends who met her whle visitin her sister Mrs Pettus Mrs G C Wharton entertain e3 a few friends at euchre Mon evening in the honor of Mr nd Mrs James Clements i Mr Everett Busterof Burgin pent Sunday with his sister ls J B RoBards Mrs Leonard Rrtbalais return ed to tier home at Mareanville- La t Mrs E E Wathen is visiting her son Mr Richard Wpthen at Bardstown Junction Mr A Po Egglestonvof Phil adelphia is here installing a redrying machine iin the Equity warehouse Lurs J va vDow 11n1d r Mss Annie are uests of Mrs A G McElroy Mrs S lB Thottpson who the summer at Butler foWitfhe r sister returned home lat FridayS Mr and Mrs Hugh M Elrny- t Kansas City Mo arrived Tuesday evening to visit rela lives i Mrs TPSmithof Bards own after a weeks visit with t her daughter Mrs Joseph S- laybro6ke t homeTuesdayc Mr WC McGhord is in Lou vine attending the meetiig of J the Grand Loclg1 of Masons this week Mrs Conrad Her lelIl and Miss Katie Hertlein attended the t wedding of Mr Frank Jurey and MiSs Josie ReynQlds at- rederickstown c at lour oclock st rday afternoon at th- eatiIit church Father Pieters bfficiatingi Miss Lizzie Leachinan has re urned to her placewith 0 randy McIntire J whoIs vilb lad is visiting friends and relatives here R Vi R 1 C Lawson and wife are attending the Grand Lodge of Masons in Louisyille this week Mr E S MayosVSr is atten 1 ding the Grand Lodge as dele i gate this week Mrs W P Banfett and Mrs John Sweeney of Mackville spentTuesday in town bopping Mr and Mrs John Mahonof Lebanon spent Tuesday wifb Mrs E S Mayes Mr and Mrs F A Ware have gone to housekeeping in a pew coltage on Covington Avenue J cc Mrjs John W Lewis has returned from Louisville where she visited her daughter Mrs Frederick Manget Mrs S F Baird has returaed to her home in Louisville after a dayr visit with Rev G W Ifew n and wife Miss Dollie Doh mef of Adaii county is visiting Mrs WK MarksMr WP Lawrence is at Harrodsburg on business this week Mrs E H Bowen has returned to Louisville after a weeks Visit with friends here Mrs James R Wharton en s tertiincd at euchre last Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs II H Bowen ANDREW SCHENCK President of thc German Fire In t surauceCo Recommend Cham- vberlalna Cough Remedy lhave used Chamberlrins Cough Remedy in my familY for over a year and can say tbatit bia never failed to cure the most stubborn coughor cold I can recommend it to any iarally as a sure and safe chlldrns cough rem Ontdby n RhbertsonS CookIl ing School A rare opportunity is before the ladies of Springfield and vicinity to learn something knew about cooking Mrs Johnson is a graduate of the Boston CookingfSchool and has tSught classes in cookin in all tbe larger cites of the State with great success Full term of 25 lessons 500 Single lessod 50c In most cases cansumption results from a neglected or improperly treated cold Eoleys Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs ItCOtIyon no more than pre I parations and you should insist upon having the genuine in the yellow package Sold by the Red Cioss Drug Strc IIILatest Win For Highbll Over a track by uo means at its best Highball driven by Geers won the iOOOO Eoiplrp State stake nt Syra cuse N Y recently in straight heats trotting each heat In exactly equal time Besides winning the biggest end of the rlch piirse be also gained the distinction trotting the season fAst est three heat race With four races on the aftern cahiSand the start of Major atIIagainst the tracks trotting without the wind shield a large IHihbn1LI 1fieldithebe very little money tthe favorite Football at i to 2 GoasipII Success on the track and this seasou has given to the coaches for a strong sl diamondIIIthe gridiron for Illinois this Hook the big guard will probably the new captainto succeed Burro beIIdebarred by the three year rule EJgbt of the new captains in teainrpy divided as or In the bec1Ifls llnesmenIIBlglow tackle Harvhrd ler Cpruell Cook tackier Lubo tacklej lennsylvaniaPolweU- baibeckl Princeton SlcCormlck full back West PqlntSmlth haJtba und Annapolis Douglass halfback r BostoniAuto Accidents Because of ttitjf number of accidents recently In and about Boston where motor ears uave run Into carriages Injuring people kind horses and made oft without stopping to inquire the re suits President George T An ell of the Massachusetts Society For Preven ion of Cruelty1 Animals has sent out this noUceln behalf of the Massa Society For the Prevention of Cruelty to Atalm Is I hereby offer a re ward of 10 for evidence that will convict any driver or owner df a moto car who shall In violation of law cause the death orserl jus Injury of it horse Joe Cans Won 27000 Joe Gans Is about 27000 ahead on the Britt fight besides what be bet on himself Shlch iIs believed toiJJ oitsideruhleSThe champion said There never was a moment that did not know I had the fight won Britt did riot hurt me otaH and trrter the first round I knew that I could block his body blows with which he expected to do so much dama e Registered I Shorthorn Cattle Sale I will on the streets of Spring field on i MONDAYOpTOBER28 offer for sale at public auction the following thoroughbred jShorthorn cattle Four cows three yearling heifers two bull balves one yearling bull ond heifercalf These cattle are all registered or eligible to rgstratidn and are of the best families of Short jSj sale VT LifrTHER BlJfiNS M Qamlli Auctioneer 0c i5JIw ijIIW tjttTteN1 I 1 1 SI jJ- j SuitlaB 1 I1tll GffFffltflj Monday OctolIer21 I These garments have no aqualfcr Fit Finish and Value AnYQtUt defiflnji something special in a C akor Suit I garments IdatsRernefriber JwekePfuliline off merrOarrnenk throughout the season I TheRoortsonO1aybrookeCel iNdORPOKATED ii iiiiiiIiLiii IITo StockwtProvide Your IITo use the r i 6aIv1nzedI t Watering Teflk1t1L i t ftAn st e k 1 SSPrices t L r r John LiIYBaril L foTSale Privately Haying sold my homQ propeH ty will now offer for sale prlvaw ly my st Ckof Groceries iBfela ding fixtures soft drfnk and laundry agencies v jwithi this salel KOC a ibe leaseLrl store room tid cpJlt storage making very cheap n tand a ver desirable poinVtpVdQ business For particulars calll on or address W P LA VRErroE PJiIK J l ibOr4 piiiIof the comforts tha money wilt 4I7 as when thnVnUcp fAmily jft Irk iwifi feet health A botUeof aijjSg Jyti HtwJtcurof conStljpatioTi sicki headache or stomachtrouble S4jl I y the Red Cross Drug Store H J n nFOR fARM OF ISP ACIfI situated on Joe ElIzaethto dirt road61UiIesfrollh8 field The hasjcte it a dwelling t with telijthon4 trural route service Ra necessary outbuildinp1a1 1jj llasting wellsl 3T poi4 I in cu jtiyatio n ikib rt W 25 acreftuot g if bo Price 1iacWtirI tonce BcAvl 1 tEojite e4 4If4t 1Ieffr bae weak kilaesiIJa- wusi5tlOGf e bbusikiand urinary fIlroub1k wacks treatment 26 CCJltittJbytb Urn Siore S f 1IIti I I t O1 ali l j c t f cpyJiI t will hay hi1 os Spy I 0 Pal I Alone farm Sjwri Cress sT4T Kgww- CssayofT rdayfea EcdapIToteraof ToteraofN2oZ N2oZtky rnaber TOtein said stock ahall be 1 larfieott the poWk precinct Itiat he 8eyIffaniQIth b- 4t T coy 4jtest v iILCnpflaiiicLStasg fr t fruit r 4 41r Y 4 THe JW iS D R iiJ JfKft rtfOh JtJt4fUe Snm pIsYftiaitkmbI U A wellknown authority oo 4 HfMQmtttism giver Ibi radani of large New Torir dilly paper thwingvsJasbe jet sim- p4 ftnd barmkft prescription which BTOM oasmlj prepare at bc g v rMt Da1l1 o half Si1Kr f one OMM p i yriy flit imilatau ounce v Wi tfaheJrln welUnI a Qit wjM ttfca twpooit fiei after fafc meaicd st btc U1JIIMMIfogjfcba obntaojr fooe pmerf pfckm phftnaewy at mal cd beIa ot vegtable OCI are Uermieea to Uke t 4m1xt lC Iked 1IIEPybifsw1 MM kUOJp e MOMMM y caee of r Rkemsthm The pain and II If aa j 4ininib es with eMU a re attained taM without 1I the tomeA While many Mealied Rbfii renietiet pateefc isHdi SMCL aonw of whiefe do gfjbraifta ew really fit per gjftoeat raudu and the above wia no doubt be grtatlj ap I jltpaitUsti bf Muay uter here atlkielune of tbk Lvdritores in for g are tftnU and cat be boeht ntt 1 triric lIttber praacriptkm for tiIaIrtM aakcd to 118 EM CHANTED iSuluIst tsektos evcr for an la t ci se4f 8t HIJIC a sea r Wr4t MM itovffct Ite wumoA 1I fIIJW1 r1Acl1l4Uagrt ssl wu cMraiBg he- t M hat Tain clever ad uwi 5M thoceughly wta and w rtdly Mladcd aDd rwem time yrs w a MI- aRyHrl ek okl time J rolBe In IMC ttiBetoUI attlttxie k taki wtoe Otife day Wkm a twutythra tHNctnU4 h c fteia jUflwart feltow she llHl tafcOTfn from teltoej aad toW her vtlkjt aliaaAjr luewtaat beloved u4 W ts iarry her- Mttg- JlkiBC him x M IIafly well laiiinf life aflglit be- rMi ii = iNir- hcf aai her eospiaiehp 1iIIat ieMItk 1or e 2 aai vsk tlMW WMW to kpr away accede i b arIIt eae out laly aam ea1AXar tack WaitU NioMa great = d fUMm ot flaacee 1 aflwwfl1J upon the hi 5 saap fit Lou RadcliCer 14IIJiIIIIL If a ieSgat f1 uIa pcrww wHo seewea f kdI ae st- s I x Yletodu Ks was I et yovthfZ ut1c Hprt Upldeia aM Mr Iatthgqwltda r H had a pe b net tbaeetbeUeI j iii a a esrwpcI4Ia a1aa 1 illII r faid t6 ether peG pleB WhMMlMai IfartaNt greatly Ike tala at eat Them a csi iQ Ul7 u7aW abcwt kkm JadttMt M taff aUBea tai the irajp ef wowea did not owiyoxr eMeer hsOet eUisrg peed or ttf Htxeam ItDew1 the flew wo wjoui tot te aeaert his right and MA Mr baTerleM con venat wttlr beY W he U a liberty HiDe the aM asjctX the fOtaaifeai MMIt tatlc- 5rcowe het lornlng to the ere had bi It bte pov ita and ati ar i she alon went to bto life unhappy enofgb te ftbem credit for acme good lateftr but Ui the mIdst at their Haaap theyt were sapMiaely cooseiCHW hat a trifle mleefjrwair compared be joy of eettg enefc other Margaret knew peifeeM In nerfgw tte hours that she dial not wish i ISy i would develop into a thoeottgH We eett of haahaua eva his poverty Ltweb44- w I r wr day wbM abs aad LeaP fn hour staring aaeed that the eUsyr eaaee you talk AaeMMMsed her beasI9 ot 1Tb yisk ky reeled before jathed aH ItIcordIng to th it ra leaiieefe the7fSd tjrt ud the iezt day the coa anait WM atartted to learn that Mr ajleWle ae guIld to Burope tttv it jcas that Margaret ahoweti bow thitoigW7 l she w I the aiedern lueMeaery apirlt she aad ail wale efOalad Itftnazit Mtt fectiofi to think that tfeevgh tITT Leak who to kit tMia h d ipot aeked her te 4e N Med aot marry 1dr1Jo she uhe her eagageaMtit potlt and- NL1414d to indulge henelf IB her t pier the heard potato oC dth r ot the eeas4iisl for a long time afttraily her course of action with iek1w saepeaaed communication betweeathe faaiHtee- oc three years e wee secretly as rOOMmtk a the JROit romantic school gtrf She thought of LoHIs coustaiuJy ad pieaeed herself by Imagining that hei la JEgjrpt or Algiers or wherever he waft raft know her thoughts She wa exceedingly happy with her grief Otwidly se eeaed much the same JttwaNily se acknowledged the sway of lore 4iad Re power One ereatag thee years after Louis IteaeHtTe bad geae away she went to a recepttea 1L little padgy woman orerireeeed and evergenraed stood by her bMeia we My eansta HTK Itadcllfe Miss Brocktoa said hcoeq And then Vitii saiita ireaientbraace must recall Mr ttadeiure Htf WM Jack WWftJeetebei cevsla yea JCBOW Ant thea at Margaret cordially In jejatred after Mr Badcllire and said heff she wellj reawmbered him sent dMeaHaliem fortbe arst time fell way from her From tbaj moment she was ttie really sktptkal1 and thoroughly nmdent wessail sbe had always claim 4 te be Hts Ajnbitien What do you want to become when yo grow up Tommte uAIre D manlCa8Browns house catches Ire I could take an ax an knock the stalla outa IfCIeveland Flaia Dealerl THEODOREHOO- K4ilt n of ihe Gre ieei Practical Jeker fHisDay Of fee list of geniuses the name of Theodore Hook Is Bear the top At Iftlxteea be was Making a big Income and enjoying great popularity His aante was blasoaed la the papers as prodigy his portraits were in the shop windows and he had free admission to all theaters and other places of amuse meat FOr years he was a social and literary lion His last words were It te oily to the grave that I must be carried If my poor children were safe I would not care I am suffering aader a constant depression of spirits which no one who sees me In society dreams of- Hooks practical jokes were the talk of ilhe day His hatlmates egged him oa continually aDd there was nothing he ronM stop at One day they pointed oat to him as an appropriate sped men for bis maeeuaa a gilded eagl of enoraioBK dimensions which bad Just heea erected over a grocers shop A few weeks afterward while entertain lag his coterie at dinner at one of the old taverns be ordered the game to Deserved To the astonishment of tIe gneete the waiter entered the room staggering under the burden of a dish of aansual size On uncovering It there was produced the Identical eagle HpWeh tHeelc a a racticai Joke bad- contrived to carry oflf Merely for this sort of fun Hook used to pull off knockers and boil handles carry away tradeeweas signs overturn the boxes of ateeping Janitors and dp other devil ni nt vatll he had a roomful of house bold attachments and str ttoma meets One Right Hoak was passing a great ho se where there was a reception of fre swellest of the swells Dinner had jest been anHounced He said to the fiend accompanying him John Im jolag IB acre to spend the evening Call fer me at 11 oclock The friend waR berrified Said bela protest You do not know these grand neople and you are not aa Invited guest Thats aH light Call fot me at 1L Knocking at the door he gave his hat confident te upMarsaffected at flrst to have discovered his mistake and poured such sallies of wit that the host and bostess actually pressed bits to stay for dinner Atll actoclc when hb friend called not knowing whether he would find Heek at Ute jeceptloa or In the 100ir1- IPo he was more than astoucdctr on entering the drawing rryjtf f6 see Hook aeated at the plant tfefiverlng some ex tempore j 5tryto a bevy of the fair eefc frocaen In the gathering Percelv lag the entrance of this friend the practical Joker who had not hitherto divulged his same arose and said 4Ia very much pleased with your fart cookMyplayerAn4The king being present and full trf enjoyment took a great fancy to Hoot ant Immediately appointed hlnitreaa arer to the Island of the Mauri tlut yearNewYorPress YorPressA hig Belled Dinner boardingbeasegup 5a a big scale but when It comes to whelssale cookery tae llttle village of LiMroa the London and Southwestern railway England surpasses them nil At a barbecue held there some years age an ox was boiled not rousted whole and this Is how It was done Alarge bole Was dug In the ground HI lined with brick Inside this a teak large enough to hold the ox was hIlt The carcass was then lowered placedfnto which chains were attached Pul lejS from scaffOlding above were nsed to raise Bud lower the ox Many vegetables such as carrots onions cab bages and potatoes were boiled with the Meat The bolllag required sev Irs A KUehen Hint fuel by putting a small quantity ef MIt la the water la outer part of Ssabk better salt water bolls at a swr 4se heat 11 lOiN 1 Ision PEOPLE OF TIlE D T17 Tfte nM Army New ttJudge GtMriea Oerowwia Burtee the aew eomptafidec lit cnlef of te Grand Aney X IN Bepabttc was aHeadiac jKft Mcjicbpol whea the civil war broke at Altboegb but fifteen years of age he ted aSA private la the Ntee feefith Ofelb Infantry awl Oft saw acs Mr service with his regiment Three vCHABLES BDBTOK days after his sixteenth1 birthday he took paft In the Battle of hlloh one of the bloodiest of the early years of the war His youthful frame vra unable to withstand the rigors of the campaigns through which be passed and he was discharged fo disability in October 18G2 Regaining his health however he served In the hundred days campaign Burbilthe bar at Warren O Removing to MIssouri In 1SC9 he began the practice of law finally settling 4n l evada Mo rwhere he still lives He soon attained high standing in his profession be coming circuit attorney and later Judge otthe circuit court He was elected to the FJftyfourth congress nsa Re publican from the Fifteenth district of Missouri Last wlnte he was appointed collector of Internal revenue at Kansas City Judge Burton has always taken a deep Interest In Grand Army affalrs and has been commander of his post and Judge advocate and commander of the department of Missouri Would Wear the Senatorial Toga Frlend8 of Melville E Ingalls former president of the Big Four and tChesa peake and Ohio Tallroads anfr now chairman of the board of directors of the Big Four have advised him to be come a Democratic candidate for Unit ed States senator from Ohio It is said that Mr Ingalls has been assured of the solid Democratic support from tin outhern and central sections of tie tate Hard work keen perception and lulck decision have been the chief fac tors In the success otMr Ingalls From a poor boy oil a Maine farm to the presidency of a great railway sys tem fs a long step but Mn Ingalls ac complished It Now at the age of six ty flve he has great wealth and time to devote to politics In view of Mr Ingalls political am bition the following story seems apro pos Several years ago while In bis na five town of Brldgeton Me ho visited one of the schools arid was asked to ad MELVILLE E INGALI4I dress the scholars Complying he end ed br saying that every boy couldjbe president of the United States If he tried He then asked How many chil dren hope to be president some dayj Every hand was raised but one And why dont you hope to be presi dent asked Ingalls Because Im a Democrat answered the boy General Ainsworth Once an army medico now major eneral adjutant generali and boss of the whole military works Fred Cray ton Ah yorth Js fiftyfive years old and still climbing According to people who know Alusworth Is as ambitious as Julius Caesar or Napoleon Bonn parse and has a heap more sense than clthpr Just now the government Is saving 500000 with every passing year owing to Its adoption of a card Index system invented by General Alnswprtb which makes the full hIstory of each and every pensioner and isoldler Imme dlately available lie knows everybody In Washington and everybody knows him and likes Jim Happy days general Washington Star CORNISH DIALEQT Some Quaint Terms That Are Cm mortAmong the Natives A hItched my foot In tho sconce and knncktMl my nuddlck and4 fortnlgbt1tUeuelSoJ bly take if for grunted that this s once is Scotch It Is bocerCornlt- ShlllhlbcIDghltcrlrctoo means 1 caught my root lu the puvetuent and struck tiic nnjie of my neck and was out able to swallow for a fortnight Therg are some quaint terms corn mou JnfCornwall which have a pleas log savor of their own The phrase my dear prolonged to two syllables Is nOr for ins tn nee any Indication of especial uffecUon It is a common fofm of address to either map or wo man So also though with rather more dlwrimlnatlon In Its use Is 5wy deeur life A jroimg child Is mentioned In terms of efideannent as iny ansome or tender deear or even tender worm i na11d Qltuar wed without the 1el1t litt Wiuget or au- the periou nddrcsceiT A son may KOrae iiaipf U hcjinl ppcsbjn to lIJ 5e J WeITllst tt Doctors If you are sufferiJic from impure blood Hhin blood de bility ervou ness exhaus tion you should begin at eKe- wid Ayers Sarsaparilla the SarsaparilJt you have known all your life Your doctor knows it too Ask him about itTnleii there Is daily action ot the bowel poiionout product are ab orbed call1glletd ache IworkAnrllIle thai preyeutlnjc Uidmr but weHTwrptU Act teat1y aUYeptable Oe reuA1wTOI7H et It1qerAflU VMM CUtE PECTMAL II I Wi k eeit4 t W7II1I1I I Ute f rmmU of alf bar xaedlblaM rather as my son or a nusbana call Jug his wife sonny Young means simply unmarried A bachelor of elgbtyls a young man Of a bride stilt in her teens It was said that she was a pretty lot better looking than when she was young An old person is not simply old Be Is old ancient Several New England localisms are found In Cornish speechy cricket for a small stool chores for household Jobs and dowdy for pudding though In America the latter word survives only as port of pan dawdy the delicious deep spiced ape pie vie of country housewives- A Cornish anecdote relates that b small boy left at home to supervise the lamlly dinner while the rest of the household were at church having like King Alfred neglectejl lila duty and allowed the fig pudding jscorch Jn his dismay ran to the church and from the doorway made signs to the house wife to come forth She indignantly signed him to wait which for a time he did but at length becoming Impa tient cried aloud In reply to her fur ther winks nOd grimaces tothe scan dal of the startled congregation YIew may wlnky and skrlnky as long nl ylew du phase but the figgy dowdy Is burnt gin the crockrLlver pool Mercury OUR BRAINS ARE DOUBLE But Only One of Them Is Used to Thfnk With Man has a pair of brains justas he has a pair of ees and a pair ot ears declares Dr William Henna Thomson In Everybody But asserts Dr Thomson only one of oUr two brains Is used to think With He continues When wa come Into this world we have a pair of quite thoughtless brains and nothing more To become Intelli gent beings wemupt acquire a whole host of mental faculties and endow ments not ope of which does a human being bring with hlt at b rthNd one was ever born spooking English nor any other language No newly born babe knows anything by sight nor by any other sense Every kind of knowl edge has to be gained by personal edu witoundtie creation of a local anaipmicai t change In bralnjnatter to make It the special seat for that accomplishment- Thus no one can become a skilled vio lin player until by long fashioning he has at last made a violin playing placid In his cerebrum But all this brain fashioning takesS so much time and trouble mere economy of labor as one hemi sphere will do all that Is necessary the individual spends his efforts on one of them only As both beml spheres are equally good for this pur pose which of the two be will educate depends on which one he begins with This is settled for him when sa child he begins all hIs training jy the band that he then Inost easily uses hence it Is that all the speech centers and all tile knowing and educated places are to be found only In the left hemisphere or tthe right handed pad in tilIIiII iI ed Till Landladys Mistake On hr fIrst night at the seaside lodging the visitor found ItJDcIMl ble it seemed for the landlady bad ap penredf beat deafly cautious bOdy But as thn lady visitor knew little of her landlady and nothing of her predecessor in the npnrtmcnt she decided to mention the nuiftur at breakrt1foiiiul something In my bedroon sh began and the htndlndy Interniptwl Then you must lOIre brought It with you I am qultesure dldntM said the visitor for I counted nil mies be fore I left home tilt if you iBBtet that this sovereign Is mlae f cetJrLondon CbrnnIvtat Property has its duties as well as its- iiglitsDruinnioud IIBTJ SLAYEMARKET In Jfococco Human Befogs Are still Bought and Sold AUCTION IN PUBLIC SQUARE Remarkable Scene Described by a TravelSrsautiful Girl Sold For RO Average Price 40 to 50 Aged andsmen Thrown Out to Die- sDesptethe war waged for centuries against the shameful sine traffic whlch threatened to depopulate Afjl ca there Is still one country In that continent where human beings are publicly bought and sold That coun try Is Morocco the last Independent Mohammedan empire of Africa whose fate may soon be decided by France and Spain The public slave market of Marrakesh one of the most Impor tant of Mtjorish cities is thus describ ed by a correspondent of the New York Tribune I entere market about 6 oclock Not li slav je to be seen as enter ed the square But Squatting SHE WAS BOUGHT BY THE lAiD EL OUNDAP don all around were many hundreds of Arab men In robes of spotless wool and silk often with their own little children by their side gorgeous In eVe ery color of the rainbow scarlet and gold crlmfion 1ind mauve emerald green and indigo blue An Arab comes riding through two earrlnged blacks with bright fellow slippers running ahead tocJear it path for him Th1sts El Glawl who col loots the per capita slave tax for the Moorish government His entry Is the signal for the duals or auctioneers to come forth from the slave pens and range themselves for prayer The set ting sun Is behind them as their leader lifts up his voice to the most high who g ethe true faith through his messenger Blessings are called down uponprosp ctlve buyers and their pur prayers done the men breakup sad fearry over to tbe alave pens Uittle palm thatched huts of mud I follow eeL nd found In one of the largest tenor twelve women and girls and small children Some of the girls had pulled their woolen balks over their faces and seemed anxious about their fate Oth era were careless and smiling The lit tie boys and girls were playing names on the floor The heed auctioneer allotted si many Slaves to each Of his men and the sue began Etch duall led forth two ift a time I tootlced jeach had been pecjally dressed for the occasion The younger women were radlantsln crim soul silks and jingling bangles and anklets of massive silver This finery bail been borrowed for the sale Apart from negroes of both sexes I was astonished to see white women young girls and children By white Is meant the Moorish and Arab race some of whom are as fair as or even fairer than a southern European with light hair and blue eyes With swift strides the auctioneer and his charges strode down one lane of the market and up another calling out the merits of his pair with never ceas ing eloquence This young nina was strong as ono of the old heroes that girl was fair to look upon and a won der In preparing rare dishes Suddenly a languid Moort throwing back his dark blue shllham beckons the auctioneer The man approaches salutes and stands on one side The slave kneels and the possible buyer ex amines teeth and muscles Turning to the expectant dllal he gives one gut tural number and the next moment the trio are pu their way down the great square the tall figure In this mid Ji touiittr tlm hid at his loudest 11111 IIIS Den yti wart Whew yn wait It IJJJJJJfljJ Kt eIIIdI M trwWc Often you want heat ina hurry in some room in the house the furnace does not reach Its so easy to 1 pick up and carry a PERFECTION Oil Heater I 1Ev1ppei wltk Snxaicclcsw Device Iisthe room you want to heatt suitable for any room in the Louse Ithu a real smokeless device absolutely preventing k amoke or smell1 turn the wick as high as you can or I as low as you like brass loot holds 4quarts of oil fflj thatt gives out fjowing heat tor 9 hours Fin I ished in japan and nickelan ornament 1HH1HhIllanywhere Everyheaserwarranled 1fT JLamp y weEnUtt h tjm a tnliiit SIMy lieN taialwsiJypleeiac Melesi ItauaiiLsi piisJaJsle1 wiewa tmprsJeMI We Iiraw Lyiry lisp tmrnrfW ar Hhr ysqil w itsh set flMlIet iuIlps i- iTANDADOXP4YI UI mm un U ntis attracts attention inutr win mons another Inspection a bid otlQ moreIn still more staccato tones seeing that his commission of SPA lies cent Is fast rising the auctioneer again goes on his way almost dragging the slaves with him Prices rule from 40 to 50 of our money nj to 2000 I saw this sum bid for a really beautiful girl of seventeen She was robed In a bright drange gown and had slippers ot green moroc co embroidered with gold and silver thread She was bought by the power ful Kald El Gundaf whose khallfaV lieutenant governor was bIdding for him When each pair of sjn res Is disposed Of the auctioneer goes back to his own pen and brings forth another couple Their demeanor varies curiously I saw an Old negro woman of perhaps fifty years shuffling around amid the Jokes of the squatting lines of Moors Infants of five or seven trotted round with bold eyes and smiling faces Tberej were Moorish girls shy ard shrinking young negro giants wLo could run with a load of 200 pounds and anxious eyed mothers with children Gradually one sees the slaves slttlr by thelr new masterst side The pens are nearly empty utoneot them holds a pitiful few that none will bid for at qny price Here are aged gray beards and old women with perhaps young fellows who have been crippled In the powder play or In tribal war fare- The Koranic warning He who be haves illl td lila slaVe will nofouter paradise Is little regarded and tiged slaves past work are thrown but into the streets to starve With my own eyes I saw such men lying dying hi the covered streets end bazaars of Marrakesh Whence come all the hapless crea tures sold ever year literally like cat tie In this way TJiey have teen raid ed from defenseless villages as far south Ms the Niger Itself a region per imps setfen months distant from tie SokelAbld of jMnrrakesb For hun dreds of years these Arabs havcMeen slave raiders and the penr7 of six eoedoesterrent for the profits are enormous and the raiding Arabs nr never so happy as when they are fighting SPEAKS AFTER FIVE YEARS Murderer Struck Dumb by Conviction Talks Again Jacob Tcsendorfer an Innlate of the State Asylum For the Insane at Nor rlstown Pa recently spoke the first word that he had uttered In five years and in consequence will be removed at once to the Eastern penitentiary where Tie will spend the remainder of his lire Pesendorfer killed his fatherinlaw Henry Gautschi five years ago The man believed that he would be acquitted and when the Jury Tjrotigh In a verdict of murder In the first degree Pesendorfer was rendered spccch less Alienists declare that the shock had rendered him lusrfne and instead of being imaged he wjas sentenced to Imprisonment for life In the Insane asylum His Speech came back to him as aud denly as It hadleft Ho was fitting In his room when he suddenly Khputcd I can talk again I can talk again He was highly elated and did not seem worried when told that he would have to spend lhe reinalddec of lila das1n prisopSRATTLESNAKE IN HIS B D South Dakota Homesteader Has a Midnight Surprise To have a huge rattlesnake as a bedfellow without the reptile burying Its fangs in him was the experience of Arthur Ulcard a homesteader In the region between the Missouri river and theBlack hills of South Dakota While the Sflflkl4 was moving around the young man dlfl rapid tIre thinking The night before1for the evening reo r HE iADE A LStl40r HK 8NAEK Vast he and his brother hadeaten the contents of n talmo1i 411Ubaud thiei empty dill was on a shelf Just above his head Watching his opportunity Rlcard cautiously raised his hand toward the can which he wns able to reach Grasping tile cai firmly In his hand IdlP1adpcan His nlm proved true the rough edges of the can striking the snake squarelyl below the head and nearly severing the head from tile body Human Food For Stone Crusher lila body h lug drawn Into a belt attached to a stprte crusher George Folkenroth thirtysix years old of York Pa was whirled about a nur her of times and then his body ui0 thrpwn Inter n reqess ln the crusher alongside of one end of the shaft causing death Ills injuries Included a fractured skull broken neck anti left arm severed from the body Sev era employees went to his assistance when they heard blniEcreani for help but they were mrable to be of ahjr aid Folkeiiroth at the time of the cident was descending the steps on the1 Inside of tliel machine J t Kid Murphy Kid hIrpbytlc New York boxer Tiho has been gating for the pist few months wilt ftfOfU1 lee fOr the Pacific coasf lEeeklhg matches with Praiikla Nell and Harry Baker Tie KId bellies to the eun1 otuny ot Ills weight anti Idln tiam ls record this younffsttr Is eritltleTJ to con clderatlom I Ic I1 HaveWitMr ii- My w Y LListofFarrnjFro- m 1 f I 1 ru this advertisement ten550 rarily in ofderthat lroyrElvjSel1 and Iwill inAShort time announce T Dc Sorne UreaL mfYInfarmsandTQWIf Prspety F In the meantime I8rilI ed to sfiow prospective piJj someverydesjrablehims ttCorrespondt Sofl i t t t 05 1 B D tLot LKE o t t tie Reai E tate andInuranc M lea QOD4DOCT I mez BALLAMTStIOREHOUND5YR1P Pery ceah weakenath TIt1i1y breaks down th tissues IMthe system In a weakmnd OOn4it1O it to bnor suaCetib1e tO the germ Irda Ipl tile cough and strenthen the iy 1 The GKlldrcn Lib Itt t I SMrs C H Runyo1StanbeT7t used your BaUardrs Horeb und Syrup Mid flo41t TCT lawtroublestrouble in inducing the children to take it rmxm mendifc highly Dont wait until that cough dyeos WoJt d gerous malady save yourself and ehiktaMi raa ukspells and insure along and healthy w t OREtCOUGH AND ALL LUNG TRQUWJK IIPTake to sant trsht 2 cc4ooS iI Ballard Snow IMment Co 500502 North S1cd StrHt t STbOBI MISSOURI t r Sdld land Repommendaa Y1f I Red Cross i0ryg tare it Jf4 ii 88The Tvansfep Safest and Quickest Wy to 1I4 o Mny6 1 ISBYtqr Long Distance Telephone 1 f t P9r Rates ftppl jo Local MaaijI jc Q 8 GnmberIamrreIephlil Ttrarl Co tQ INCORF50RATBD QOOoQOO Louisville is TATTOI dINTS Lamb Feeding ExperrriMS The lovu experiment station receM lymarkitcdspmo lambs thahad beta t fed to detennlne the value of digeelt rations Lot 1 was fed mangels lot 2 sugar beets l t3 corn silage and lot 4 grain and nWTK frfcher a alQ material different IU the condition of the lambs In lots 1 arid 4 at the finish While the lot given corn silage wan Jlt better shape than the one given sugar beets It was not us good as lots 1 andS i It Is the claim of English fiords that succulent feeds are necea sary In secnrlnff ngoodftalsl1 oft lambs but tile above experiment tJMl cntoA that while the lambs fed stick feeds made better gains Than others there was rtot enough differe e te waiyant the buylng of sucfrfeedsI Fence theJOr h rd In nearly all cases It will behest te HavQ the orchard feiiced to Itself It IS not designed to uke5llR pasture geoenU Neither can It be coBsWereJl aOvfsable to pnfittJreQlI of the ftie Vlth tha wcceptfoi of poultry Jlae will 1m oetfvslon when It will be Mt to keepl outnil kinds Qfstdck A good part of the time after the trees nave made n suWcient growth to make Jt heat tprscod dowii to cl fer or grass Itcnti b0 tise4 M a hoer patl turn but If wlir bd an elcetotloBJfl eafct te Tt onIyCjs inthsasaufactvthr ththStorsS his rbsni IOMW h- i1SbIl t1k horn 4ECAL SC hilswv5o1aoodi ITANT IVESWLJ45JVjj FORFARMFR5 w 4 wwm can vq JIt etthepOultr1Ithiflaore W ltportitsft504ttal1 tsitthewInslI ZasheSIa league pluyere whja i lot drafted hjr Ike I this seaeea Uxur t MIuMI t1 r V ttis- aJespsyCItjr h75tbsj cias ou 4 WSCity by InaMHsI1adIWt1W4M4iA ThePMlef the tlosM feet Inthsstsh M tir 1l rec ea theai ea efn 4z hehithessIIdULboots tM C fwall Vb a e- raspr th W H heerf wm aet aeei att urs tkaa eaca ererr fwr wshe hoMf kept hi a iteble the tatp sieM he wwl qatte e tea to keep Mol to food sfcape KhOe the irtwle Mol asst be wMhed often cud the frotr aad delta picked M ot all tfttat nUght Irritate IM- feer ShOUld be kept hit a- Mttbebsuutflw warn r