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E E r SPRINGFIELDI WASHiNjTON CQUNTX KENTUCKY OCTOBER 24 iOrf sL J4YoL XIV NO 43 t J nrDR F TRUSTY 1iDENTiST icrI Okbt1LIt rtl 5atraasos 4e prices ThjoiitsMSdPNGFIELD1 1 t fK- 3rii ouicCTY rw spsG1LD tyt of WaistT ua wtk i 1 AtiIos aie frq Lo ldtilt r1itkof It L m xtue inrod lu a t4la t Tro t obl75145 POtOUI 1Qo j pes1atI0fl O- fooIuty 15 awr IILt1ICl Conires Eon- ownB Jet Xi Zesituitty iiXetsc1crLeiS- tsrt W W D CttykOke zi itiy mate SenateHon Nar Lai JItcI XT ty DIKty cbtCOTT COURT ctmt Ctrt bgin s the fortk ss4 Octo TtTMyt t i 1 jJCt 1ltkiAtr7e It CBOist Noecrtrk JLQ l5g5I3Ittf emSw QRTtLY CQUJlT li C irt fa 1e140 tie tklrd loH i tCk ostho 4 IIiistyJade COUNTY CQURpr et 1 ttforthCstyCt f- F1ILJiyiA cI ujoiyIIsdge W1 ker CGSStY Cldra T S iMysi COiItY t5YJa1 ICa 447cbMise Ed Vr4 A HedtYDIcIM 4 taa t ettij1atir I Consty srve7or T 1aM AseQ wNiaDPtTi Xo t io3 MOtlKlcyOcoIe I- J Wh e a C JiO J151a p CITY COURT JpxpoflJsdgeJokm GifceMarhal wrXklfiky Citf Attorney II I JUSTICE COURT Ratke tosrkeld in JajMary ApilJnlyiMtktQ f Church lrKtrJ- CHURCHf METHODIST Rer G W Lyofl pastor Ser Third Snadavs vkes the Tintasd jakOettUa1Ud7 pm- slIdc1Ioo1eYtryt Sunday at 10 a Psc eHWCenqW M5d aJikt1 CATHOMClCfiURCH tTi p 7 1Ief1l1ewaT Pastor Sex d 10 cloc1c TrIPsdvery 5uatSaa ierrice tStRoesas1e hours jijtisBYTERIATIf OHtJRCH CT 1 HT K E C Lawson Pastor TS1itda1at11 i Pn 55145yehoot every RMIMT p NM1Ly a110 aai Prayer xieet- thyryLk5rT STSB1N5 t7ejoto U BAPTIST CHUXCH CTZW HrliaWilliaHi8 Pastor Sunday at fl anPrcig eytlT juitVs lpf Swadagr Sckool every S Bi7lt9 0 ai Prayer meeting vetTNdT eYeninr at 74S oclock QRJUSTl4N CHtJRCH vt3f Bogers tofSer Tlc4nfe adfo fthSunday Sunday att ai T itra1 Orders J7K iNfc 1MMt Sprtngfleid to- cigtJ1trst and third Momdaj etfd d waIiI1R A Chapter No 57 t e IcOt1d J4eldaT SiMrHMrmdUiCiMiBcn lSoS2 meets iIT i rsday b OLThx MAcjausMeet cpcllmo THE ORIGINAL LilAIM U6H SYRUP II SJ A 111 r R i I == tk iaCIIr9w aMy3 tH tT I t Timlm IPAWID 1 Tel LAI4nulOYOW I A pwiry a oo ciucoo jjjYRjjJjjjStro I I tlifEt NWLE4DERki wHfififiHviIiMii HNtiHH firfiHH I REMARKS POLITICAL II i teQtherliMr WC McChord and the Tobacco V 1Mattera of a Political LyNature I li M M We understand that Hon w lit C McGbord and some of his friends are quietly but persis is tentlr denying the statement attributed to him in the iissue of the NEWS LEADER of date October lOth in regard to his race for representative and his connection with the management of the tobacco pool of the American Society of Equity The statement wbichr we quoted Mi McChord as having made was in words or substance about as followscCIf youmfn meaning the Bepubli at can members of the tobacco union defeat me for the legisla It ture you may as well elect theseIplans for I will wash my hands of the whole business Ill drop the tobacco business right where it is1 faThis is the statement with- slight to variations as Ito words made by Mr JMcCn ord to a dozen or iorereliablp citizens both before and after the no mi of Mr Barloy aa his NEWLEADERCdid not publish the tatement- without being sure of the facts and we are prepared tx give thr names of several citizens hose words are as good as Mr Me Chords ot anybody else Mr W M Nally president of the Washington County Union o f tthe American Society of Equity said Mr McCbord- nade the statement to me and hree other men Whom he c n mame He said mil 1 dont want a fight on my hinds to get this office and if you aljl nominate man agaiustwme I wit droptbisi tobacco business right Where it isj will wash my hands ojE the wholej natter Those are practically Lie words Mr McCnord ise3 and you may publish my bam in making the charge if you i wish Squire Nimrod Hendren stated tto the pews Leader man that Mr McChord had madothetl same threat about dropping the affairs of the Tobacco Growers Union if he was opposed in his J candidacy for rerresentative Squire John H Gordjn who rep resents the Brush Groye and IMoorcsvilltJl magisterial district on the county beardof magistrates sas that Mr M Chord made theI same threat to him There are others who can be named Ilif necessary to substantiate the charge against Mr McChord Mr McChord in his recent speech at Willisburg we under stand denied making the threat but said that what he said was q that if he failed to be elected to i the legislature he mightas well wash hIS hands of the whole business because his usefulness vronJd be destroyed Some of bis friends are however denying a for hitn straight out that he said anything of the sort Mr i MqChord no doubt soon realized what a boomerang he had cast and sought at once to hedge as Ibest he could The tobacco men or many of them ure resenting t being placed in the attitude of having to vote the Democratic Iticket in order to save a tobacco cropJa a At the comingS election the voters of this county and of the State as a whole should not be sa worked up over the general election as to forget that a ques lion equallp as important as theC selection of office bolders is be fore them They should bear in mind that the question to be voted on at this election as to whether the State Constitution P should he so amended as to bereJ aCtfp prevent many of the citi zens of the state from castinga vote at the different elections Such will be the case if a major ity ofoft tlTe voters cast their ballots in favor of the proposed atcndmen Th last Legislature passed an sot submitting an amendment U SfcHojat 145 of the jKentucky yOasiitHtipfirelafcivc to suffrage and elciioo ana adding another claai of pernons wHoVi b UiyJ franehIeds riterIIitmajOrA ity of the people Tofceiid favor ott lug on the 5th day of november next The wording of the act His as Jol1owsIpersorlswho 10ifoe1 offer to votet paid iJ1full all state county municipal district and school taxis due by the them for the year previous to the one which tbey offer to vote r his This means thatif ycur taxes and are not paidby the first of September preceeding the election which you offer to vote that you will not have a rigbt to vote does notvmean that the bulk of your taxes must be paid by this time butall mst be in order for you to have the right to cJ s your ballott One may haye pajd his State county district is ll municipal assessments prior Sept 1st and yet if through j m1stlnderstanding or forgetfulness unavoidable falure to seethe collector of school tax by Sept 1st he fails to pay this too trifling item of tax he is barred from voting and has no more voice in the affairs of govern ment than the convict at Frankfort or the iJiot in one of our jl It asvlums must hot be thought that because one is deprive ftof the right to vote because of his fail can ure to pay his taxes sixty days before the election that he isrera lieved of his taxes no no this is not the pVograni at alL Your for taxes ara due and owing just tha but same as if youhad voted a doz n times and if not paid one will see by the penalty gping on and then will be stared in the face by a tax tobeare voice in ttife elections as to when and bow This smacks of taxation without representations one of the tyrannies of Enblgland which brought on the Revolutionary war Sow many people are ready o settle with the sheriff on the first ofA Sept The farmers their crops on their hands The merchants are waiting for the country debtors to dispose of ll their crops so as to be able to settle eyen then the merchants money is scarce and many an honest man would not have it to pay at this time and as a conse quence would lose a second right In the larger cities whereI political machines run ttheelec1 lion and where their henchmen er the scum of thg earth and the or officers at the polls the repeater or thefloater would not bo ijc he mired to present his tax receipt in order tocast his ballots but with us when every one is known lnd where jelectibns are conduct ed on v higher plan eVeryone will have to go to the polls with suitl case full of tax receipts in order to cast a single vote or i will have no vote atf All Are the voters in favor ofa in measure IhsitHvillr deprive many a poor but honest man ofthea lghtto vote Do they believe that in Kentucky a property i qualification should be essential to the right to cast a baUot Kentuckians loVe liberty and no doubt a great majority of them will vote against this pro I posed amendment A lost iworlif Article I When an article has been on the market for years and gains friends every year it is safe to call this medi cine ft worthy one Such is Ballarils tZorcbonnd Syrup It positively cures mdall Pulmonary diseases One of 0 the best known merchants in Mobilt Ala says For five years my family has not been troubled with the win ter coughs Ve owe this to Ballards Horehound Syrup I know it has saved my children from manv sick spells Sold by the Red poss Drug 0 Store Terrible Accident I llizabethtowji News One of the most horrible and31 sickening accidents occured two niles north of this place about 4I oclockFriday afternoon when i small boy was thrown against a circle saw and his brainsi knocked OUt toatfc foJlowiwgma hour later t Clyde Edelen son of James I 4 Edelen was the unfortunate Tbeb1YI rags w4s offbearmg tl liI fathers saw mill in operation oh the premises of Henry Edelen when the belt flew off the fty wheel of the engine and strik the boy knocked him against the saw face fbremostt face was fearfully 4acreated and the skull was cut open al wi the brains to run out A pbysl ian 1v a s jmpaediately summoned but on hisi arrival he found that death had beat him tc In sufferer interred 5DJihn5 parents and four brothers sisters The mother who bad been confined to her bed for several days is now in a critical can dition The family have the deepest syrnpathyof the com munity r Out of Siqhl Out of sight out of mind an old saying which applies d with special force to a sore burn or oundtthats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its ont of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed iy flaydon Robertson druggist 25c Bradleyisms j in IciI am here to taikas a Ken tuckian rather than a Bepubli S and to talk to Kentuckia ns than to Republicans There was a time when the Democracy in this State sttodS principles worthy of respect by that day has gone byand now we find the lion displaced the jackal and the jackdaw occupying the nest of the eagle Iwill not refer to the Frank ring as Democrats They not Democrats They are Beckha mites Haeerites and Sticktights There is as much difference Beokbams statement concerning tne finances of my administration and tbe truth as there is betweeri a doodlebug and the brightest star in heaven7 Beckham says he cannot un derstand my figures cangive Beckham iuformatioa bub God alone can give him comprehen sion ffi flicballenge Gov Beckham to agree to an appointment ofan expert auditor to go over the books tor the periods of my adr mioistration and of his Each bIabide by his report as to wheth things are as I represent them ash represents them If he does not accent this challenge must stand as guilty of will ful falsehood a libeler slanderer and unworthy the name of gen Ulan t HIS Dear O1taicr My dear old mother who is now eightythree years oldu thriwes on Electric Bitters writes W B Brunson of Dub Gaufh has taken them in for about two years and enjoys i inexceilent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the way Electric rBitters affect then aged and tbe same hapny Ted suIts follow In all cass of female weakness and general debility Weak puny children too ard greatly strengthened by thQmr Guaranteed also for stomach liver and kidney troubles byt Haydon Robertson Druggists 50c for Sale A goodsevenroom dwelling in Grandy Avenue Loi contains nearly two creE House newly painted Nice location WiLt sell reasonable TTor further Imrticoats call m T4D Tapp or McElrpy Estate and Insur Springfield Ky IWhartcnReal man that has can give a good personal bond to net as agent iforthe Standard Sewing Ma chine Co This would be Iinor some good mefcnint haiidit Experfence und niceI W illa youtMbu n Writ to Wf J Wara State IgotNci ri30 East Broadway lmiie Ky v I A Fine Impression Made by Judge Breathitt in His Speeches theVo tersof Athe Gpunty Here1on last- Wedneday Judge James Breathitt the Republicannominee for Attorney General made two speeches in the county on las Wednesday the afternoon bespoke at WiHisburg before a crowd of or 600 people and in the Bvenmsr he addressed a large audience at the Court House in Springfield Judge Breathitt made a fine impression by his speeches He presented the issues in a clear forcible manner and his arg- unnts from the Republican standpoint seem unanswerable He treated at some length the expenses of the State govern ment and the tax question and demonstratedOfcl sivelytbat the extravagance and misman agementof the present machine ring at jFrankfort something appalling Judge Breathitts speech was logical throughout and entirely from abuse or unreasonable assertions He created considerable amu ementby his take oft of the votiijg in the famous BaileJs mill prc inc inFranklin iounty whichftBe Democratic machine recorded the votes of B Beech Sycamore E Elm H HickO- ry C porn P Pumpkin an3 many o the blasts of thefield1 land denlsons of the forest 1111 speaking of the crjr being raised some of the Democratic ora tors us to negro domination Iq Kentucky ih case the Rep blican party gets into power Judga Breathitt denounced the claim ash cheapest kind Qfl campaign cia p trap and no voters with a pjjirtjcle of intelligence will be caught by it In the first place Jin Order to have mixed schools in Kentucky or to make any other change in regard to the privileges of the negro race iti will h necessary to put the question to a vote of the people for a change in the constitution of the statOi When seventyfive millions of Anglo Saxon said Judge Breathit tJ in Kentucky wilt submit to be domineered by million negroes then I for one will be ready to pack iriv grip and move to another slate But the time will never come and these cheap Democratic stfell binders knowit as well as any yond for want of llegitimate arguments theyoro crying nigger nigger The speaker took up the re cent revenue lawas enacted bv the late Democratic Legislature and pointed out some of its weaknesses In its desperation to raise a revenue wforthe exI bravagant expenditures of the Frankfort gang the legislature passed a new revenue Jaw where spebial license tax ism imposed nearly avery thing under tleI sup Judge Breathitt said that tho list of items for special tax he found one for which he mad seen unable to get an expla2 He had consulted all 3icti0nartes and encyclopedies indTHvorks of ancient andmoderft history and has beer unableto ind a definition of Artful Dodger He had finally com o the conclusion that an artful lodger is nothing more npr less than one of these Democratic I 7s Your fir Sick Thatsoo bad I We had no ticed iti was looking pretty thin andrrough of Ute but naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Ayer s Hair Vigor Is a regular hair grower a perfect hair tonic The hair stops comini out grows faster keeps soft and smooth Ayers Hair yifor cures fJdiMir iaWit strong indIthy- blto1stotosI r t7n Mm campaign orators who are op the stump in Kentucky at theI resent tune lit mas A Edi8on thgreat Am erican inventor lJJaysf Fully eight per cent of the Illness pf mankind comes from eating improper food or too much food peopls are inclined to overindulge themselves This fs where Indigestion flnds its beg n tHf in nearly every cue The stomach can do just eo much work and more andwbenyou overload Iit or when you eat the wrong kind pf food the digestive organs canpot possibly do the work demanded Of them it is at enoh times tbatthe aWmach needs help It demands help and warns you by headachs belching sour stomach nausea and indigestioq You should attend to this at once by taking something that will actually do the work for tfie 5lddjacblKddol will do this It is a combination of natural digestants and vegtable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach tie pleasant to take It digests what yon eat Sold by the Red Cross Prug Store c Beckham and the farmers It is heralded Over this coun ty that Gov Beckham isi ttw1 best friend wa ever ha 1VVej admit he didO oppose r thpi Capitol appropriation but if any one of the many things said about his administration in re gard to contributions received rather tribute exacted from public contractors be true Ihe It may be he favored the appropriation iirorcjer to have another large contractor who could if h felt disposed contribute to his ampaign But let us look 01I tbe Governors record as a friend of the farmer It was shown by an investigation ofI the Senate tba the great Toi bacco Trust called American Tobacco Co contributed fifteen J15000 dollars to Gov BeqkT hams campaign expenses We do not know whether they thought they bad a promisor like the liquor men thought they did but it Is p1aiithatt- he only law thattSever on the Statute bookr that favoredjihe tobacco gro wer Ihe McCain law was repealed by one of the Governors legislatures Strange that in all hjs speeches the Governor hs never oncereferred to his posi tion on tbat law or on theTc bacco Trust fe subject that is alive jjust now The farmers and tobacco growers should re member this contribution and the repeal oft the law that follow ed Yhentthey are reminded the many things the Governor hasdone Prankfori pall 4 Hard Times In Kalsa The old days ot grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas ofr today although a citizen of Cod dell Earl Sham burg has not yet forgotten aha time ne encountered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no Belief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It1 took less than one bottle to com pletely cure me The safest and most reliable cough aud cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson drug store 50c and 100 Trial bottle freeiristaken for Jesse Janes A special from Franklin Ky says e News has re chd Franklin that Tom Hunt a noted charac ter of Allen county was serious I ly if not fatally stabbed by Charles Reynolds in an alterca tion near Scotteville Hint was once tried and convicted in the Barren Circuit Court for tbe robbery of the Mammoth Cave stage but was pardoned before begtDing his seotence His conviction was brougnt about Aby leason of his striking resejb blanc of Jesse James who it was a rt lVra ddillilcoVr6dI led the robbery On the morn ingot the rob crr the sag earrisd four pasttn ers Judge Roundtre and daughter and two featlefi from the gcwth nfl St A few days Ie e- irui Hunt WU acressd sed alter much delay placed oa f rW t1lasjb bower all tjii parties ho suffered at tb bad f the jbbera pptiuwf f- aCottrtat 11 the number Hunt as the no stJJSCRnkJ1t II sssss- ssssIj v z v 0 spokesman for the robbers The prosecution had he positive testimopy of jhree witnesses and Bunt was fmiadgulhyo Before Hunt was taken to th penitentiary Jesse J mwakilled by Bob Ford ancj on his person was found the watch tken from Judge RounBlree A photograph of tted al band iwas published and Judge Rouni- tree reeoguizedit as being ihle picture of the jrobber who iej ileved him of the watch Beai oncfc went to Frankfurt here he secured a pardon for Hunk Soon after1 receiving hisaar Jon Bunt moved to Alllen county v where he has since resided E has figured in numerous escapi cades but has always insi iec that trouble w3s forced upjr11t him v lFor Ctrollic larifioea I u hile in ihearmy in 1863 I vai taken with chronic diarrhoea says George M Felton of South Gibson Pallhave since tried many rem eles but withOut any permanent i lief until Mr A W Miles ot ihii place peasuaded me to try Chambtr laths Colic Cholera and Diarrhoe a Rctnecy One bottle of which stopped 1tatonceFor ea3e by Hajdon Robertson a d v Walked 1000 Miles Cincinnati 0 Oct 20 Dai OLeary r the worlds motflo distance walker fiuished h s 1000mIle walk at Norwood Inn in this ciiy at7 oclock thi morning f A Hehas walked one mile during each hour for 1000 Jc ns tive hours and although he i neaaly six y five years old he at no time during this test of bii strength has shown any signs of v faltering This is one of the most remarkable walkinsr tests ever witnessed in America and the medical wprlu has beeen miens ly interested as to the It is said that the Internati qnal Tuberculosis Association pUrtl Q dOretrYtot attempt the walk and that he ist re ceive 5000 for accoajplishing thetask V f Cure flood Skin Dltrexrg C c r G realejkt Blood Purlf JesFre If your blood is ippiire thin dis youhaveeatloir sores scrofula eczema itching pimplykintism br any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B Bli Soon all sores heal achps and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express 1 pet large bottle Sample free by r1tiog Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B Bis especially advised for chronic dee seated cases as it cures Rafter all else fills srtrI Denounces Outlaws Be it said to the credit of Mr Augustus E Wilson llepubUcan nomiaee for Governor that in his speech at Hookinsville the yery home of the cowardly out laws be denounced the night riders and declaredj flIt J am slectedl Governor 1will use all Lhe machinery of law tootect every one taw from violence Dr injury liven if this declaration should cost me the votes of an Entire organization The fail ure tp surpress this character of lawlessness which bps made neil women and children its victims has been a blot upon the record of our State Harrods burg Democrat Dont wait for1ndig s ions aalh Keep it out of the tOWtiu by using Mionav Gtir uu tiJ iureall stomacjh troublesl H c3stnolhtpff SJild by the Red frOSS DruStore 6 A Leading Lady 4 T Mrs Carrie Nation has acctH ted an Offer travel wjtffjtf Ten Nights in a BarYpo n1 troupe as a sidei attr otKJPi is elved 20Q a week vnd tie ptifV ege of telling thlnsra 16 br aa dhence for tea tpa e pii1tsc Incidentally she wW be Jtaj eadmg lUdy of the atlriiMft M Tba company WM orlaoW by toal sbetoeoee fQ6 6 y as- 1W 8t xstuey In sloe- S keeptbe Udr tomw fMII- abeeominc wt agate h It- aai4 Mrs OJIDIeDdtI to be non j obtInedy ber- IIugrt Iinto theatric H to- tabliah a borne Jgl w u incuaribi aneb1t l 4 U RHwIl 11 ikIIlifaM 1 ijf 13ijiI Mrs Mary L b rpttaj t iThefly otlIjHenry Barber wit peopiewbuiv is a LtHrm MaryAir pi buried to deth in loa w fIICOf1tellbefaiemoosojaat Tl eTa infiet1ndb left 0v its pr m Jts Hokher engaged iuecK l dlu i Mi DurreUboa aedtba Jfurrmoldcfchjldso the ebf tot pPenish the ilrewhiebbeO repotting bate Jb1fir i slepping Sometinww mflen 4-tberl1otherlQ9kM 1 tbq d etioJ1 of the cabin atl WM h ficdtofindtleres iof flames Before uf b could reachlbe pkwe the as anaU of lts covtetttti were t heap of glpwJBr e jbsfit J B3af1uu by ifXllpli 1treach tie tEM 01 bs 1Urherels botly rurs IlksaH tkat is by OM f7 remedies DeafMH W es by a btjinflaHsed cowUtkHi ot tk+ mwaultt f Sing of the EusUcblwj Tfct Wh4li this tube la iaftAMe yo haw ra j- blthocid or fpfsaI aM evDlaastIacan be takes out aM ttiii tsrs- ed t tu norMal ceattlc kea wJU be etroe4frftI ida cs rout of tea arc Cab atirsfwh b 1111lctJUq bet as ImasIJition of che We will rive 04M sidrsd s for anys of Mw L y Cfimrrb thai caiuM We W y r 1t RalI5i CaIarrIi Cre Ik i tars frse Jf eFJCVcMr JitCrr Tvieia iSGbyDcugIMs1k I TakeBajjs YaaiDy PSIM s 1 trntiqi I w i d w tMlll C F 10 iI Q eOne of ih ithat Judge gj hrABeckhars ilil Isti building of Mis MsZ M tJ i Frankforfc t3b te I people by iiaersisai of bflIsa o dosoiaaLbj4dIiparidestbat4kt am a g achievement ini iimaoltriiif the part of tht ad iil 4hrtl s It ispoNitMe ha t1SbII4 p pledonotkwv6eseie iwm ejr camIro to baiid the CKI tolPItwia DOt DeoausraUe money The I i ate psi lySice11badab Jr duriugtheperiodwbea t mJ lebtadneto oe fta paH of the rU B Gorer mo4 from hch- t t onej warn sa1Id isreated hayiabs Ios das vOr l X of 1evolaU 4j ski tpriin that credit tt not oIsi 4edfotaot giriittt Calbooo be greaser part qte5 beD tbeOoyrea as to pay itQyer slid llttietft tardoat butpas rt as = b 1 doamistraliioa at Fraokfcirt two been notiMbT Seoalol Bl e burn AIi was ha was II r fc tlaa enoreovib MO of ma t than TlOOO iloitefi wMs B ktm htid Clbo a oootcaetto do the WJor f COO II i dim Tt cult to i iI tba mas aside from a sc= i ratA wt Iii Lmbs OrpriltJ l nfltm- S f I5 oastrota cr41- iry coI snd Mvs oaotkFa wWIfle oids arenat Jverjr o e kiKMr thM senla sad chucn c r cIarr have ssfr IjIa I a en coid 14 by a e ith cold pfpSes U ijrtcm lot tltt ttKepMoo MM de dop MBt vt tb fTm that wot Id otstotbsrImfouadLdgmnt it U th HUB with aO iaftctiotu di IHpbtlwqrU scarlet fererm l i sad trkootaf at Kh more likely WbSas5si ke tDe5- tth hs a c 3suwill se freud tk1 ttR 5 reMasr larks I ceg than I say tb of te OODm eflasats The mini aid qsickeae r to MM a o T J ft1Jjr THE NEJJlSLEADE R T i f Tfll NHYS4EIDER TIWaLY T YKAft IM AOyAHOl t r 4 fnp1lFlLD KVi JIrAVl ON Jr J ttuj 11 r UI tiM1t4EI 4 t at- bMt eiiPU1 dt1f JiMra1 Mit UWIS Iv 3aNfrimpecl 1 eft ff lUI1V UQsSWMs ir Eisoas 1sLt I TRDAY4yjT3 iMl Did 7 lhe JOUowiDcUdcet BO 1ated 1 esUpttWcaiulB State Coavem iT tjUYil to be Voted for al life ltr electiont kS J pLWflsonr WIJlfi1t GQveraor7W H o yy11t 4Atto4My Geaeral James aiegthitt klMvUle AwtitorbakPJUles Hari tf 4 J State TreasurerCapt EdI prtttcalu ecretary of StateDr Bet icLafodv1Ie88perlateJM1eBtof Public In trtMJ a Crabfce Ashland p PT wof dovtof Appeals t Atoif Somerset k FrtSatoIIr r G T 3rrl i tie Repttblicam candi 1 tote ier State Rtlftthe 15th BMi Urial Dutrict edof I Wasiiatoe ulan and Taylor etk FIl wlativq 1f 0L Barknr fe a candidate for r i feyveeeptatiTe im the Lower House j ft the ir t ckjLeFi lature subject tthe actiwaaf the Ucuparty CQBgraMMfi AOStanley MtfHargamChiip two of thf t iMMII Ttomnr rti spellbinst Mtt IH l Mpr0MQt campaign ae J p boUt trying to Make much t 1cpt1 ot of the fact thfV Hon A E Wilson in the 4 OtI rs of hisJaw practice on- t X two occionr represented the t Arcii Tobacco Co They I art trying td appeal to the to1 rt J i tcoojfrowers and to ked Ta ur of the prejudki existing gSLb tobacco trust and in j ber des eraUon they grossly irpr ent the facts in the Mfc13 In view of the fast that tottfrMr Chlam and Mr Stanley Ti ara aBOBC drto speak in thi eotttj between now and election t toTip NEWSLEADER will 5 Illniivt tq its readers Mr PjtJ wiVtoai card in explanation ol Z kiBcoaneetiop with the case It 4Isso clearly I piece of Demo cralic 4e agoKuerf that we do otib1i4vC the rantiDgA of these cMtpaifn o4krs wUl have an 1 no f Qtionany fair minded 1 i voiatii The1 following is Mr Will card to the public Mr Chinn Clerk of the Court of A ptaliihas gone into polit ico udWltb Congressman Luley asks tbtobacco farm ers to fbe Uecktam Eager o GomTMtnys macnine ibacki into J j p WGC for iovv jer and yot taj HBriair use 11 myre u irfeMtaeM as a lawyer I de 1 1Js ds4oQe Louisville tax ex 1frj Mipcion8Uit f rthe Continen tiai Tobacco Co and sued ther Prfesylvaais Railroad for th yis ic Tobacco Co 011 a ji aU claim of a little over itoo for a car of tobacco thati JI was burned I tT Mir JS no claim that there In LSY wrong in the suits or in iy work bt they try to fodl tk peo9I i into voting the ring t ptroaKai by making tHkik that I or any other iisiiiiitflawytr might be p eju J gfcxss the people by act k lor a oo pany In any bsl t f1DI er Lest anyone not I44rtiadLngf Jlawyers workS iifhlb dfpaired I wish to say t hjftls uo and Bevec Was the f ft mtlcpffy O t the Tobacco rg 4 tliLifc position has been tot 8jf ye r and isi now held f Qiti H Gibdoo Qrle oS test kwytti and bei t tsfK f the 84s lfhoW ks mm a gout Oowrs ci auiI 1 i7P d bi r oC pITaIsb w1 verbal 7 msc4- I i wtb i4ratj O7euI by tha comp4rt ft iii I the tb oa jd QjUMft Mr lIOn ployed tod paid me i ras a ttsjfte C1att to help liim io ibt C atioental tax CUtbe A 1di J IBoxi I i bad tHn same quMtion ink Lawyers like farmers mu t be free to ilo any honest ork rot anybody rich or poor popu lar or not who employs them and the character of tbe client does not iix he character of the lawyerThe company has no interest in mv campaign but Beckhan Hager co have not yet denied and lam informed cannot deny the state mint published in the Frankfort Call a Democratic newspaper that it wushown by an investi gation of the Senate that the tobacco tru3t had contributed 15000 to Deckham Hager Cos 1903 campaign It would come with better grace to deny thit before trying to fool peope Into reelecting the ring by claiming that I would be biased against the pecple if they trusted me to be their Governor by mv employment in two perfectly proper r lawsuits M have never asked had nor wished a dollar of contribution for my campaign from Ibis corn pany or any company which coud have nny favor to ask of the Governor Ihave not asked nor used any favor contribution or even railroad pass from any company or person likely to have any official business with the Governor Wi lGov Beck am or Auditor Hater or Treasurer Boeworth or Congressman Stan ley or Clerk Chinn or any Democratic State candidate te ihepejpe that he has not received nor accepted nor used any such cootributfon or favor or railroad pass SI atsure that they will not and that they hae demanded accepted and usea contributions favors and railroad passrtf by the score from parties with whom the Stateofficials will have important questions of assess ment and other matters to tran sact and that the re election of the ring candidates who are under the greatest obigationaio all of these tarties is a danger to the people while my election will be absolutely free from any particle of danger of this kind AuGusTUs E WlLLSON Two hundred men rode into Offensboro on Tuesday andvisi ted various tobacco buyers of t that place warning them not to buy any more tobacco in Daviess count oft1the buyers the men called on the farmers and solicited them to pool tbeirtobaccolortqwitlThe proceedings were conducted In a quite an orderly manner but the action of these men has caused a goodv deal of excitement thef community cTheton county should turn out in full force to hear Hon Augustus B Willson speak at Springfield on next Monday county court day The popular candidate for Governor is being givjen enthu siastic receptions everywhere thioughout the state and Spring field and Wasbiagton counytt should bold up their end Henry RJQnes of Tampa Fla writes I can thank God for myI present health due to FoleysKldney Oure I tried doctors and all kind of kidney cures but nothing done me much good till I took Foleys Kidney Cure Four bottles cured me and have no more pain in my back and shoulders I am 62 years oldand suffered long but thanks to Foleys Kidney Cure I atn well and can w lk1 and enjoy myself It is a pleasure to recommend it to those needing a kid ney medicine Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store i Wi1Iisbur =lTb meeting closed at the church herePriday night with 11 additions We bad the best meeting we have had for years Bro Gibbs of Lawrenceburg was the preacher be is a good worker in the church The lad 3s organized a Ladies Aid Society to meet at thecchurch Saturday Oct 26 330 P Mt Miss Tava Goodlett and Bes sie Drury spent last week with iclatives at this place Miss Ethel Gibson visited Miss Pearl and Madie Cheatbam Sunday eMi Irene ahd Georgie Sutton and Ray Udells spent Sun day with Fannie H ugties Mr Tom Wilson and w foJ 1JjSIie Merritt Mrs A B W ejllt MM WiirWellsiand Rev Gibb ipe t T eday with Mr JfIV Croicbs family Mrs Dick Crouch who hat t een very sick fur sometJin e were l glad to report much rJJt j LIuIe aM b1cbezbir- ars speoding a fo r r brotber In Indiana rt Virgin and Clyde iii i I i iT iiiiii i WE SAVE You MONEYITVJ I IAndShow Y uthe Most Attractive Stock of fall6oodsin our City pi by Hart Schaffner fc Marx iicoPY9o7 ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J Rogers Gore of Springfield a candi dti for State Senator from the Fif- eeithSenatorlal District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the pemocratic party Goatley of Maud come to the Burg to see their best girls last week Wilt Shirley and wife spent Sunday with their father W S Y Good let S R Pinks on and C H Perkins had a sale Friday and will leave Monday for Illinoisi to make their future home You never liave any trouble to gey xativelCoughSyrup Kebnedya laxfltivejOough syrup is a afet sure and prompt Jemedy for cughs and colds and is good for very member of the ffaulty Sold li ti Crcssr Drug Story For Sale Privately Itheerty I sold to W T Loach man The houses new and in good repair Fpr particulars and price call on or address W P Lawrence Springfield rKv DeW tL li CarbtJlIzed Witch Hazel salve is good for little bdrns and big burns small scratches or bruises and big iqnee It is healing and soothing Good for plies Sold by the Red Cross Drug S cro I and new fall and i the in I of are neat and To k Room A simple disinfectant for us5 tna Sickroom or In any room where li close musty or sewer smell is noticed iJ to put some ground coffee a shovel and a bit of rnln the middle of it tIght the is and easily ignited with a match the coffee to burn with tlje gun A refreshing and perfume is the result i J Clothes Drying sack The question of how to dry clothes within the house on rainy days is often a to the How easily can be is shown by theuc of the clothes drying rack herewith the Invention of an Iowa map It consists of a stand ard which supports sixteen rods four on each side Normally these rods re ellhe in a the entire rack but a small space Tlie rods on each side are rigidly to blocks which are hinged to the top tACK WITH BriTEEV BODS of the rack By turning these block back and them to the center of the rjrck the rods are supported in position It Is not neees at one time Who Makes lwE like to know all vre can about the makers wHo produce the clothes we offer you and wed like you to know about them too tOne of the main reasons we sell is the fact that they are made by Ederheimer Stein Co Chicago in the most modem and re markable tailor shops ever built j in large light airy clean buildings specially erected arid fitted for making clothes better and differ m ent than have done or I are doing L cr Beside the longer wear your boy will let out of the better and more perfect fit that youll appreciate its aa ad meBys OTent issrnXTIAGDODAg717 PriNt 1L vantage to lowtJeyre clean awl wholetome as well as moat durable reliable kotcenomicL CLOTHING Our policy is to make short profits long friends Andnow with stocks fresh and fullwe offer to those who iin EVERY TIDING as well as value Tfa vFinest Readytowear Clothing The Hart- Schaffner Marks Suits at- 518t to 29 And to Those Modest Means Our Special Line at 10 They Cassimer Scotches and Worsteads single and doublebreasted fancy patterns and plain blacks pisinVt oil camphor gumwhich nonexploslve andaliow sanitary problem housewife it accomplished illustrated vertical position occupyihg secured damping horizontal a4isclamped rodsJ XTRAGOQD always XTRAooop others XTRACOO appearance winter want BEST jjtswCjjrookej HdYelties in Dr sSGoodS Plain and Plaid Broad Cloths Plain and Plaid Mohairs Plain and Plaid SergesoBlack Voile Black SanToy BlackSergeISkin A great Variety of1 Plain and Plaid Silk Waistings Winter uMerwear 104 Blankets 60c 75c 150 34 and5 114 Blankets f 150 350 t 5650750SfJOES Gent OffWALL MensFineShoest W L Douglass 3 350and4t c FlQersheins 500 Full Ifae of Mens anti IJoy s HeayyWinter Shoes v pFor Ladtcs KrippendorfDifetman Cps fine Shpes for Women S3 to 4 IShoesFull line of Rubbers u OF DAYS Difference Between the Star Day and the Sun Day IT IS GREATEST IN WINTER Why the Difference Occurs and How It May Be Observed Oddly Enough the Shortest Day In JtBe Year Is Really the Longest Day k Time How long after nil Is a daY The geographies say that It Is tire time re quired Tor the earth to turn once on Its axis that It measires twentyfour bours by the clockftnt that a traction more than 305 of them are to be fouud in a year It Is a good plan when one resp nuy thing in n hook to test It when he can for himself We want to see just how long it takes the eurtb to turn over Once Let us take any one of the fixed stafs that chances to be in lIne with some convenient point and watch In hand notice the precise mo ment at which tile star toUches let us say a particular tree branch or stee pie on the horlzon line If on the next evening we stand at precisely the same spot and sight the same star again In line with the same point ns before then wi shall kuov that the earth has turned on JW axis just once Curiously enough however we shall discover If this Is done carefully that In spite of what the books say it does not require twentyfour urs for the earth to turn over once About tour minutes before the day is up by tho clock the earth hiss revolved once and brought the star Jack to Its old posi tion In the sky Really then the earth turns on its axis once lit twentythree hours fiftysix minutes and four second and af one can easily reckon makes something more than SCO revo lutions In n year But human beings are not so much interested In the stars ns in the sun We really tlouJ care much how long it takes the earth to turn over and bring a star bade again to the same point In the sky or how ninny time In a year- star siimrf to go by Vo et our Blocks and reckon pur yer by the turning of the earth under the sun and because the cttfUv not only turns uudcr the sun but also goes round It It takes about four minutes longer to brjnu the siiu up to its old place in the sky ihan to bring back a star This comes about simply enough Suppose one Is hia room lookjng qut the window at a tree It he turns round oncet exactly he will find himself looking Btrafght at the tred again but if he tried the Saute tlIn when he was on a moving train he would find that while he was making the turn the tree- had fallen behind tie would then ac cofdlng to the way be twirled haveto turn a little more or a little less to bring the tree straight before his nose Therefore it is not quite true that a day Is the time required for the earth to turn once on its axis It really is this time plus the tour minutes or so required for it to turn and look bac1 at the sun The time required for this extra turn Is not the same at nil times in lIre year One can easily see In the case of the moving train that the fast er the ears were moving or the nearer the truck the tree stood the mOle the latter would seefn to shift Its position Since the earth Is some 3000000 mlleJ nearer the sun In winter than In sura men and since also the nearer the sun t J tJiettfter travels the dif4rerce ibetw ea tr dRY and sun 4uyl 1 Oddly erO1r It happeils that Dee JHt irhlefa bits tfee Jeast daylight of toyday in the jrear and In thjl fore noabr iald fObetIJ t Cloaks Qur lineof Cloaks have arrived and 1 are now on display Come in before the large line Is picked over and we are sure we can please you Womens 50inch Cloak in Black Brown and Castors ranging in prices from 350 to 25 UNION SEPEARATE Bed Comforts 100 150 250 300 350 PAPER I- ngreiteiwIuter CARPETS Rugs and Mattings Axministers worth Sl 25 110 Velvets worth l15for05c Taoestries worth 90c for 70c Ingrains 35O 65c Bugs ranging from 5pc tosl Room Rugs from f9 to S18 Mat ings from 12i to 35c ii longest It does as matter of fact run almost half n min C oCrltwcl1t tour hours while the tme shortest day which comes on Sept 17 trills short by about the same time SQwe really have three different dayj There Is the star day which Is tie time during which the earth turn over once This Because the eartl spfns steadily IsalwaOthe saul length twenty three hours fifty six ninufcs four Hflil nlnerhmdredths secoi ds and there are 3f Gof them Irf a yeir Then there is the ordinary le gall dayf which te the time required for a proper clocl to get round twice This is Just twentyfour hours Be tildes these there Is the sun day its time told by the sundial which tak lug short with long Averages tneiity jour hours but Is never found jpbe Exactly the same Teugth for two days In succession fJj There Is n strlngot long days In the winter followed by a series of short ones In the spring In the summer the sun days get long iigaln tthough not quite so long as in the winter In the autumn cme the shortest days of nil Only occasionally ore clock atalU sun prot the same length 0 iiy four times a year do clock noon tby tile Clock tmnds and sun noon by tht tuudial occur at tlje sam moment while bepnusa the llong mid short sun flays are found In sets they oftentimes may be more than fifteen minute vast majority of the people reckon their time by the sun But time for civilised men Js time by the clockr Tile dnliTe all twentyfour houra long and no matter where the sub Is it Is noon for us when the clock strikes 12 Nevorthelefls astronomers often golly star time Ketln nn extrd day In each year jujd have their aoon tall at all times of the1dnror night B T BrewSer In Chicago RecortMIer sid Uses For Calt Bass Save your Snit bas Bejiig stitched on n single thread they can be readily ripped apart fled when washed serve for a variety of purposes Though strong they are usually loosely woven so are especially usefur as strainers ii the preserving reason Two medium sized ones stitched together make the best kind of a Jelly bag All sizes are useful us coverings for fruit o vege tables or nuytiiin that must not be covered tightly arid yet requires pro fectlbn on the pantry shelves or In the cellar In fart their uses are sovori ous that It nbuld bo difficUlt to CUUj iiierate hem J SWay of Pairing A number of years ago at a 8ma5 own in Maine sU itpportaut loftai lftction was to takes l ace and thdrc was strong rivalry between the Re ublicans and Democrats Old IIi an lore tire llacksmith waaa ittcng Qoraocrat tbut 6Fthe nrniers wore Republicans On thd moraing of the election av farmp4 mine fo have his horse slfotL The olacksmitli said toliimWefrc both busy Vqure u Republican and Im Democrat Lets pair oft V01 neither oCus vote and it will iinoun t tto the same osiif both went athe poJs This was agree d upon fler election itrus Ioanilztl that ilorse bud off with fiwi Re Cut Teeth atSIx1yA JtpS1ifoC tectIJal1ti iitTerethb1Li11i of an infant tuning its first molars she Is usihg soothf gs Sir u P Xtrs Pnghssays her new free i are more VtiJuabJp than auythmir 8tr pos es sSl1e W rID t IN SUITS AND PIECES For Men Women Children forS many i i y t y r I ITi- The IIfDull Y lrt Calf I Button loot Neat Swing Narrow Tot Sty eSkape8eni 00II1 1irort are built into Shoe The beat aadrnom xpaff live niateriils thm tssttIworkman ze employed tMt swhytheloriiaits sootoj e5 O 300PAli LACE fltTM ftSPECIAL liKES CCunninghamt Duncan 1CD 111 i SPRmGFELThKiNTtjOKyj LEIIGTH m LII pairM oubleanfarmeL rVI Chic C VaTVCHOICE FOL FOR SALE J 9 No 201 Farm 128 acres one mile South of Texas goocfil room dwelling good barn well fenced Price 2000 2f0 203 Farm 100 acres god lmd onranVillepirie 5mUgooddwellingPrice SO per acre No 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 miles west of Springfield good dwell tobaccoland206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 barns well fencer and watered Price 3700 2f 7 52acre fatm located 1 12 mis southwest of Springfield Good dwell outbuildingsImprovementsnew repair Price 5000 208 12 90acre farm 4 12 mis from Sixrpomdwellingwire fenced All the land in a high state of cultivation and lies well Price SCO per acre 208T 100acre farm 3 12 wes from Springfield small dwelling house and poodTjarn wire fenli d and mostly in grass Price 52000 Wi1llbnrgKylies well Mostly in gTasS1 Price f4 per acre 210 108acre farm located 8 mIles west of Springfield Good hottse and barn well fenced and watered Near railway station Price 3500 Innesfromand barn 50 acres in bluegrass Price 1500 213S 380acre farm 2 12 milefrouf town All lieswell and is good land Good improvements of every kind fine woodland around dwelling Price per acreV214 200acre farm four miles from Springfield Good improvements lind all lies well Price 65 per acre 215 103acre farm located 9 miles northeast ot Springfield 35 acres ot tobacco land tvrabarns 30 per acre MackvPleK1qoodin grass Price 50 per acre creek1JoPricet45oerare220 lb cre farm located 8 miles east of SpringfifcM Small house and good barn 11 ice 2600 ff22i 191acre farm located mIles of Springfield AU lies well good improvements 35peracre e ff l improveneats 222 125acr i faradFPtoO per acre 7iljj 223 l304cre fana C e Springfield aU good 1aad sie ei l JMaJ barns Price Hetpt pvJ 14fromlij iIIII welL Goodko eaBd baia d 3l ifenced Prk46peiacs 1 I4e3southmeats of eYflry kind Prke rt IL i ASpriag5ed t fiIwell is vatfer good ice Iibest of skaipe niIaoc etis a deslrab1e bos pea sV229 SOacre 1UJRJ i1 Springfteld aUlieu dn grass gooiLi i6om i periac M Springfield Kj foedbovM right oa the jike PrIceN232 249 acre farm S M town tWo fMwt welllocate Prbcts ii 233 140 acre farm Iftown oatfce Pike dwelliag JiOttM iifoodt 75pericre 234 250 acre 14 mile field KJM rifffctMt the grass good dwelHag lies welLI Jal1 lif acre Jau1a SpriafieU rlptgood dwelKa aM Iinwell Price per acn236 iTfacrei m fromSfdIld the and barn Price 4255 hSlwIngSeidJtt and bant Price W I 23 lce lana Spzhigield jpoad JBOOK M proicenitper acre iana em eftsMaclnrill os t and cM bira Price v f 240 ll7Kacrs6r 1 from MadAIIISZgi t 11004 1J1111O Prke6perwe Iftecbam d pIk S lIes fMa aini f1m 242 flMcreifam icls caweJfjawL g btilldiaf PriM 243 JtVacre fM NraPriceft 1t1 MCELROY HAI1 f r Real Estatt and tuirnce Ajeils J COIlYojCetg35ci1afS ro nt in aaily jJijiiM fo SejeFi Eimtttrtpfi k yMNlM Frsitmakto b bloodVtax as tb gssti LI DRUOGISTSI 00 AND 300 p Pr jili J L URTO- ReuDEr t IENTIaT j TUTU EXTRAC- TED1rrHbJT PAIN == X 9- RPIWGP1ZL I rr- LI thi Work Strictlyr I I pR U CIIIUDE pJI W IIrgNI- f Otrs8bo9am1 to 2pm t O e oir r Htydoas Drugstore J1 JiiLamptonM Ds Met lMnIllneI7 soitkJiCC U UL t WFR1OSBY1TCEYUATLAWI J C UoocP Uk1- illPBI1MmtD KYw Jt1t al 1fJY ItiAiDSILHYAn Thi aid Sugeon ocs 9r dEagns ctry J oppoiiW Presbyterian efemrch DrWWR cII Oftc rT4ao1 Dig Store t Pb estOftIceU5r iWiNY MAYES FOIEBAi uiKECTi nOlICESm EMBAlMER t TELEPHONE DAY 19JNIKT74 IPRIEFIELD fl- for Kalro d ScheduleOFoliowiiig k the time schedule Ow leet cm the Bardatown I 411a BpciigWd branch railroad Ko 4t I ayes Louisville at 4O pa t Bardatown Junctions 522 pm Bardatown 606 pm iirrivat Spr ngtwld 705 pm No iS tiMTCiL Sprinfcfiald at S10a B l BrdtowDT607 Itm B rdaowaJincti n 650 am wriTdi at Louis iUe 740 am I No 4S2rYetf Louisville at 820Brdown Junction 910 aM Bardttown 1100am arrival tt Sprinjfceld 1230 pm No44Letve Springfield a 100 pa Bardatown 220 pm g Bardtlbwn JunDtion485W pm arrivM at LouiaKVille 545 pmMNo 90 SuadWs on1yLeVes- priniet4 atTojJ amBarids bowl 8 am BV town Junction cj 845 am arrivat Louisville No Wi Smndays only vet11J LoiIsiihs at 6 pm Bardstown i Jwtttipft 645 pm Bards town iin 710 pmjIflya Springfield 8161 ii KILLT COUCH msOURET1LUNCS Dr Mints DiscoveryI II Ml11llllATAND WHT1MMJIlIIJ 1f aazo oa xoxITU1tTMDZD JSptronMa1kCte v i JSrliperWhallen formerly irifovj H Kearns of eDae f ioiKyis noaociatedwitht JW L8iith Market Street j Nand 4tb Louisville Kyr SfJ cordially invite our fria i4iiiid your friends to call otaifii htinin the city and to aea s Borders for any goods J tI ar d ii 010-It SIIiJ 225 to 4I trGifltL Iitkd ill IHNMI I OO- IperPti iyer sejS l jj We liip all points from Lo Mif ill Hwi1ie or fidm 42- 3andlfeiSiailgtreet New Al b4 IrtUna 1f iWr Smilh ic tY1 Now 4i juie money aJ1d- f biL PtJ your 811 tlT bv R1lI WK rifi1 jH11 f f WNLocal 55 r w iw fiHWUfi Hii iiWV 3H Happenings of Interest t Freshest and Latest 11 AIIAfc utYourtir Friends IIadAcqualntaiic IIitrr r Republican akinrp ifilII j speaking at Rock Bridge i scboolII fthouse on Saturday night 264h beglning at 7 eclock The will make speechesollowing Messrs George Colvin A M Duncan and Rev T W Suther is laad Everybody invited to turnof IIHIoutI peak at Breckerinridge School ouse on Wednesday Oct 30jat P Mb YOU can buy cheap for cash at Lawrences grocery baAatrnuampoollCountry produce of allkinds anted at Lawrence grocery See tour large mantel mirrors and get prices at Campbells strMaple in1noA few mqje bargains in tin and glassware at Lawrences grOcery for Remember you can buy gro cheap for cash at Law s grocery WJi You can find I1tSOi good fails ings to eat at Law enc s store When in need of fruits vege table and grocers call at Law at rencea grocery last See our Furniture and Stove stock in the corner and gee this prices at Campbells haWhenbles than needed exchange them j groceries at Lawrencesliv One dollars worth goods for Oc to make room for holiday week whootisThe FOR SALE Bed Berkshirfe fro ow and nine pigs 12 E O Walker Polin poAllMonday 28 t mike roonrlor at other gobds rajPOrTwofor 5c two 5c sticks wiggle stick bluing for 5c at Lawrences roceryrerene Hon HVV McChesney and jorgan Ohinn are announced for speak at the Court House county only ourt day the IThCampbells grocery will change ands first of NQVe bersoarcome in and get some bargains The china and glassware Dr anAthngtonrego to Lebanon tomorrow to hear JHon WPBradleyspeakdo HughGoatley5 191 acres and lying inJjbo Valley Hill neighborhood for GOOOdu and FOR SALE Eight good year ug mules will sell as a whole or in pairs J T Montgomery live Fredericks town TrYm Wanted to exchange groceries pa or cabbage potatoes corn five MggsLawrence Grocery 5 30 pair men anY womens 6 shoes 150 to 2 pair Come take choice at 506P J Thomas 48 abRegularvices at the Presbyteriab church ThSindsysehoolat1O lit 11 a m Subject Approajih ing the Throne TextjJEIeb 4f16 1ojI will have for sale at ub ctIlicsaleinday October 26 six or sejven good horses J B KoBardL bRevj 3of the Presbyterian church in inthisChaplain for the ensuing twfetve months at the meeting the l fouisvilleMake the stomach bappy lithf a iona tablet be oreJls A grantee is given by the Redi OroM DrugStore to return you r SOc UMionaUs to curd any form of Stomach trouble Inyof1loclrttOT c irchsr Ccsitjyjc 1tpib c1 Bro Pra1k IaI IOPIC8 I MM rotracted meeting next Su odayJl night Also Bro Flanery will ll Bro WalKer pulpit at Mackyilie next Sunday + have for sale a registered English Berkshire boar f rB Robertson Harry Ray burn Thompson Jr thename of the new memberc the family of Mr and Mrs arry R Thompson who arq 1J1om1 doing nicely Please you who have books of mine return them Each one hasinumberon inside of frontd ck and I have your name and mber You have kept qalonger than usual J H LAMPTON STRAYED From my place clingipe across its shoulder Any A ormation will be rewarded by IWnliburgKyi j There is just one treatment catarrh that costs nothing unless it curesByontei The rIr efuld money tocure catarrh Try it tlHBugbbllIallandthe home of the bride near Penick Station in Marion county evening Mr Hall is an enterprising young farmer flJ county The NewsLeader extends conFtrat atlonstotheM ppy couple ing Mr Watt OBryan the local of e stock dealer bought for Monte Fox in this county last ri several carloads of cattle ich were shipped Tuesdavl snipment icliided 6 head te ik St Rose farm averaging 90 pounds at 505 a lot from Edelen weighing 1350 uads at 475 alotqf Watt Bryan weighing 1360f pouuds 505a lobof Manuel Ma a weighirg 1350 pounds at 5 ntsl and 21 head of the Gruudy g phanage weight and price otgivenI There is to be elected at itjie gular election Noemberpthr xt a new Board of Oouncilmen the town of Springfield and a one ticket to be known as Citizens Ticket has qualified e board contains six members three of which are new and three e members of the old board following are new members aJ Smock 0 F Wharton d John F Simms Those of e old board wbo stand for at election are WK Robertson A C McElroy and C r Logs n TheFale of personal procerty belonging to the estate of Thos S Lloyd Cla keon was caot ct Tuesday at the CJar son 1ly farm on the Lebanon road A o good crowd was on hand and stock sold well Brood ares sold from 120 to165i mules from 160 tof185 each one i of horse mules four and years old brining 39Oc ilk cows sold at0b135 to 0 broodsowsut from 11 to 26 a head fat hogs at aboutr 25 per hundred pounds andu Jennet ts at 25 to 200 eachs Corn in the fisld sold at 47 anda cents per bushel and hay at on12 per ton l e Court Day Dinner The ladies of the Christian iQhurch aasisted by their friepds other churches wil give a- urtday dinner next Monday dthepropertyopposite the opera house Mr Beg eman formerly had a harness shop tbere Dinner Will e served for 25 cents from 10 to oclock Let every one both our town and the hundreds from the country go there and get a good dinner and encouragE these hard working women I House to House Visitation One of the most important vents which has occurred in religious work in Springfield will take place next Saturday l Twenty eight of the most promt ent young Ijidy workers of the various churches wilj make a opiet caDvof Springfield- theD dMt country to a ctun the exact aMjuber ot ptopte wlio ire atltadUg to various Sunday Schools of the tawn rTbe workers will be with blanks forms one of which is to be filled out for each fapally jiAsrl movement but one which will boa benefit to the cause of Chris tianity in the communitv the ladies will of course be accor ded a cordial welcome in each home This iis part pia great state 1Ioterdenominationalt ij1 School Union arid has for itsi 1state1 Evangelistic Sendees Rev ow Dick is engaged in uite aniuterestir4g and success ul meeting attbe Christian church Sunday night their beautiful auditorium was crowd ed to the doors IThe services WIn continue thIS week until next oJdayre most cordially invi ed Cool Book LuWhat to cook and how to ook itistbe title of the text ook that the author Mrs Wtt Johnson who is giving cookii ing Ilessons here uses exclusivelyI her demonstration oeforo her ass it is now in its ninth odiiion and has been on the market only eight years a fact that speaks volumes for its Mrs Johnson SfSrs her book for sale to the ublic at Slqo a copy The reii ceipesjare so plane and practica t every woman who prides herself on her good cooking and ekeeping should availl her l elf of the opportunity to get a first class cook book cCabeMarks d t The marriage of MissMary JccCabe to Mr Qwinn Marks Was solemnized Tuesday evei at 730 oclock at thebome the brtdes paTe on Main Street the Rev Father Hen d ssey performing the ceremoriyi Miss Eddie Shac1er and Mr George Robertson acted as at ndants and Miss Jodie Shader played the wedding march i Only the immediatejamilles of the bride and groom witnessed tno wedding I The bride is the oldest daughn ter of Mr Jf J McCabe and is a very attractive vpung lady 1 hen room iis the oldest son of Mrhand Mrs W K Marks and is an industrious and enterprising membar of the firm of Marks Green After a weeks visit with tb relativesatWiochester Mr and Mrs Marks will be at home t Mrs M L Searcys fs County Sunday School Con t vention The annual convention of the Washington County Sunday School Association will be held East Texas Thursday Nov 7 strong program is being pr1J pared and many efforts wilt be made to make this their bethconvention ever beldinourIIhcounty Prof E A Fox our ate Secretary will reprqsen he State work He iis thurdugha conversant with every detail f Sundav Schoolwork and his talk will be practical and helpful Some of our best lbca1 speakers will also be on the prosfrira Please let every Sunday School Superintendant in the lountyElla D Shauntyj our county Secretary so she can make her in full Dqnt waLt for s to write for it Let aeli- chool in the county appoint one re two delegates to represent he sfcnool officially lu addition let every onejpossible attend aud bring a basket of somethingi for the table Come and enjoy good day A feast for the aII and heartand a table such a Washington county1acieS S For further preaI ress the county prestd R E Oi Lawson Springfield Ky Cooking School Next Saturday Mrs Johnson inglofsaladl l ladies whcj ate interested in now 1methodsIl find this oDeolthe most in structive lessons given Monday und Tuesday are to ilbe cake and icesi lay Everyr lady wants to know something new about cake and ices DIElI thisis an opportunity iiot to h miated SIt lessons DOC t tJ j Ii l PERSONAL 1 dIDTL fl IeHbaum was called theweeJrfbsf isJl quit sick with typhoid fever Dr W F Trusty and family have returned trom a visit to relativesl iin the western Dart of the State Mc Walter Wiggi lon of Spencer visited last week his cousins Mrs PJ Thomas and Mrs Will Johnson Miss Margaret Moore and Mr Jotm Spaldiaof Bardstown spent Sunday here Mr Will Greene has returned lhome after uvisitto friends and relatives in Danville IUsses Myrtle and Bessie Campbell spent Saturday in Lebanon Messrs Francis Smith and Preston Jongs of Bardstown stfgnt Sunday with friends herd Miss Ten ie Cokendolpher ci Chaplin is he guest of hef sistjMrq W F Grigsbyv Little Mary Cblvin is on the sicklist this week Miss Louise MhElcoy has re turiied home after a few months in Louisville Mr Will F Sinams spentMon day in Lebanbn v Miss Jjill VJanarsdali is visiting relatives In Columbusi 0 Mr A Eggleston spent unday in Louisville Miss bertha Haydon is visit ing her sister Mrs Tom Spal ding in Bardstown kjIQi i i NewsLeader office a call last Monday Mr Kays ays that ile north end of the countyis solidly Republican this year and thai they will vote the Republi ticket straight through Mr Eyan Rogers of Lebanon was oyer Tuesday Mis Lillie Simms spent Sun- aya home with hermothei MIT O the Hathelt spent1 I Sunday in Mackville MisSes Mary Boldnck arid iCajherine Spalding of Leba non spent Monday hero Mrs 4 R Shultz and Mrs C Heitlein speutMonklay in Leba pn Mrs Nannie Barlow of jRey olds Nebraska has returned pme after a visit tto her father Mr T A Tatum r James Moran Jr cvliolias- een railroad agent at Valley Hill has gone to Reynolds Neb where he has received a good position with arailroad- MrsvS J Sutton has returned to her home in Indianapolis And after spending three weeks with her daughter Mrs E L DprVison Mrs G B Hawkins after a pleasant visit withfe her parents here has returned to her home t Lawrenceburg 0I Miss Susie Penn has retbrned ome after five weeks visit wither father at Sadievilfe Mr fl M Moss js at home fter a visit wuh friends and relatiyes in Lexington Mrs W H Leachman is at home after spending a week with hprsisterMsG G Gil bert at Shelbyyille c Mr will Selesmnn is at home ronLouiville Miss Alice H ydonis outI again after a long illness of ty phoid fever tMr Will Wharton spent Mon dayin Louisville Mr TheoCampbeJl is confined to his home by illness Mrg C A Green spent Satur isterIMrs Q JPi Bosley oa Pleasant Run Watheri spent Sun IMiBEn her brother at Bards town Junction j tII Mrs T W Simi is yisited her brother at Bardstown Junction Tuesday Mrs A R Shultz and Mrs Ctfnrad Hertlein sfbntv Monday afternoon in Lebanon j Misses Willifred Spalding and Mary Boldrick of Lebanon looked in onthe cooking school Monday afternoon Mr J Charles Greene who went to Bt Louis several weeki ago to accept a poiitiqn with tJiWalbeck PackiogCo cai ehonif this week to reiiprabs a severe attack of MMM p river atrirrQ D i Of M Sstmt4y io- iYfUbst r Jr Turner rernrrie T yiIhusband Monday Mrs John Qffutt returned to Bloom eld Monday after spend ing a week aith her parents Mr arid Mrs J R Claybrooke Mrs RoBards of Henderson villej is visiting hferl sons Drs Fi B and Richard KoBards spentTnew hats for her millinery busi ness M rsWilliam Bonta and daughter Miss Blanche of JJapie Hill andMr J A13isbopp of Bardstown were visitors at the home 6r14rS H Bishop the first bf theweek J Mr J J Dyer and wife of Mapel Hilt were in town yester day Misa Mabel Tucker entertajn edia party of young people Ut her home last evening in honor of Miss Margaret McChord Miss Lucy Selecman is a guest of Miss Mary Lawrence Claxtbu in Louisville JudgeIH Thurman and wife spent Sunday and Morrday in r Louisville j Mr Leo Simms has returned home from Central Univesity where he had niutiicuated for the present term oh account of serious lung trouble Mr Alex Barber will li aye tI Friday lor Oklahoma City to cast his lot in the new country Mrs Thomas fl Logsdon of St Marys arriyed Monday evening t v Visiti her sister Mrs R W Wathen Miss Alice Salisbury is visiting Miss Julia Bickett at Leba non this week ANDREW SCHeNCK resident of the German Fire In 98urauccCoRecommcndsChamberl I have used Chamberlrins oughII Remedy in my family for over a andean eay that it has ftever failed to- ecure the most stubborn cough or cold can recommend it tolany family a sure andsafe chlldr =n s cough asIIedy ANDREW SCHENCK Aytpp This remedy is or uale by Hayilon Robertson i Noticeii f r borroweaImy cutting bbxfrom my barn some trine ago will kindly return same I will be much oblige CONRAD HERTJLEIN In most cases cansumption results from a neglected or inpr6perly treated cold Foley Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and prevents erious results It coat you no more than the unknown preparations and you should insist upon haying the genuine in the yellow package Sbld by the Red Cross Drug StQrel c d c I A Chicago physician was one day alIShmother you should send thlSCh Into the country for several w each summer IldII flIam sorry to say doctor ed tho woman that we are not rich enough to do 1hntrThen sug ested the physicfhu have her sent by the fresh air fund- IOh doctor exclaimed tbe woman we are not poor enough Harpers Weekly t Too 8Selfish ClHmau What s the matter Withal ty you Swnnphurst Jetlpws You donlllyseem to like my friend Baekl6tz Sub tubsNo bes 8ejn h CJtlrpan Ohd come now Suhbubs Thats wHat he l Is A barn near him caught fire the other night And he put It oqt without lwaitingl the Swaniphursf Hose to reach the BceneiPIiiladelphla Public Ledger The Comfortable Fortune What Is your Idea of a comfortable fortune asked thO ambitious youth One answered the man of eXp rJ ence thatJg big enough iobuypu everything you wpnt and not big eiiauglv t Hract the attention otth9 Lii inrJaabingtOnStnrFeriine as Tom PO you think women nrr tibrarerI never saw one yet thnt wonldnfyake n chance at marriage Detroit lren of Jrl8 Registered Shorlhorai latHe Sale t will on the streets of Spring field on MONDAY OCTOBER offer for sale at public auction the following thoroughbred J Shorthorn cattle Four cows 1lljII three yearling heifers twCJbulli iii Ojlfc2br or eligible to registration iad1 tr 1iof the best famil of Shoji V I iJa 8amtJt lU c Qf 5 Itt4I ri ILLSONJJi I Oovevnor1III J 6 I iandadioiniQg coon esr4il I r 7 IHouseI v j jq i Jj SPRINGFIELD AiII I Y r I I I Everybody Invited to4 TarnStf r S j j av i I I r tTheHORSE BLANKETS q 1 l i I 57L L I ThemostreIjab1eB1anktrna4fJi4 f I Burlap Hncld and oatod A I water proof duck and wo en IIWill fitt any horse andwI1ta YOu H ii= = I John Lily Barber 1- T I L T tiUPj 1t For Sale Privately f Havmgsold my home proper will now offer for salepfi vate my stock of Groceries inclu 1n fixtures soft drink and laundry agencies Aion with tbs sale goes tne lease bn store room and eolcl storagq maKing verv cheap rent und a very desirable point to do business For particulars canon or address tw pO LAWRENG13 i fujriigfle1dKyN- obowe is so pleaiant regardess1 of tljecomforts tha money will buy when this entire family iiis In per feet health A bottle of Ohujr laxa ve Fruit Syrup cqts 50 cfents It will cure every member ofthamIIf constipation sick hcaaaiche qr stomach trouble Sold by the Red Cross Drug tore fOR SAtE FAM Of ISO ACRES situ ted on the ElizabetHtown dirt rotiil6 miles frbrn Spring field he farm hasP onjt a new dwellingi with telephone and rural route service H satnecessary outbuildings 2 ever sting wells 2 pOnds 50i ii cultivation the rest iit gri 5 acres of good tobacc jJaad- tjce l4 pn 54re 1tkfl a ce R ArWb rb t Bo58priag1j- Tyt e Jewli JYDd Iidd11o pu wUqet prompt re lfle In GJ FW fl tfci STATE OFXNTucy JfCountyThis day cxm G Tr Or d filed a petition riffa fcy twey ega Voters of Mooreyffl via o tact No2 of Wakb tucfcyr and moved tkc court t W tan election at the next reg No vember elecfioa 1107 t4 ta the votein said precinct iriiethcr stock shall be afllQwei to j large on the public h1wiy I M precinct It ito trelore irdere tthe Sheriff awftfltom of 14 kotipn will op thtptH placed on their balkte jhel r stock shall be jdlo i on the public kfcw r iiprecinct Copy AttestWIiyoo l In comp1lace witk t drgiven froaa tie Wufciagioii aMy Court I hereby notify the t i Mporesville Jrecl ct No 2 of rub MMwillNovember Election If of posetowhetheror at PubLMooresvill kfc Ns I Mtiii Ortiwiittl- l QEIBSJ ftneshing f r OrdTAWa snLOarden Wemp y- DO AgenU Cataioff e oa appti cation l niF NILLEMEY JOIS Leshi wTrDau w Iwr Tyrr frV H f r THE NWSL7DBR 1I0 TtSAVE TIllS Putit in Ss Pos Felt IkYCOlSbHSW dylom Dy- Betel t is am ztU ivn ay an Mtti aQIro K4dey- I who 9k UM aaii iDiNew i1ji i1t Kidwytrwibrtlf fete betom tt s ot rlghts dis u H ta i Hut och ijaptotti as JMItootpftiu in tb sWe treqarto natejpecUlta ft right punlul and disooloM artafttloa are reftd ilj Of p oujL Her is W1e1 soIpsj ii IPhaiI ztret Uaada oi4 half ofotoe OoMpoond Karfoa poeIMMiMitrupI wljii teupooofal after each Ltdds4 4iitbe1 in tjwntthorftr lfct th M Iia ffidif U are all bratiets irin- dsIthedt athomebj shaking trail WoaboUle This mixture hsscutirbeijg aad sooth IIaget upon UM tnFreK d nf fta Urinary tfatictere and Na v rooaM the worse iaras JllfaiMliim in just a liitlc j frtltf uThia itur ieaaid kJ liaoyi alt bkxKt rfMorders andJ 6lr tfct Bbeomtbt by forcing Fftwktfettjt to 1Is and strain M s biooi awl system all t d and Joal dkoooapoMd asaw tttr wJbich causes ThiiisIctios Try it if you I siia inpWU 6avt the preoa J Jl ff t LO ItSLAD 1 i t J 11 ot It a gbt o pdarki4s oa J fJ PadOe A 1sr tIMP L wM a te I1 bd thy Md wi P by dM4MCk M wsis jtfrnitoe MM iftta tetitfe ec 2M wn bud i111tehtb- sIk bt fleisg oibs4 aboUt t ltM wthe1 tim aiatilt tOP aM was ou feck 4iMMr waJkiaf mcramly fOft aJMtatt Qg 0 tJawaDdtlMtlOfl r Me wctke tarir iteck le k tM1 jBxfcMHly wit iMo Ute darkBcjH lift then at tte HMM and then t St m feroottter wktek lM hi the Ut Y ata dW the erN i0f anxfow men r Jijifo jibe darkneM Only laky blackjMM met their straInIng faxe ev Vupt Tlmr meter stood till six ba iairbn tlif msrcwy becaa to fall 1 f Y The qc jKklJig voice or ri thee Martl KsnaUy t ye wiy take tJaeI ta aIA k sad stepg to the rs called out Forarrt gjAi jlT and wa Upiaedlately answec riA iihrafd Jiter stand by the top J4 itaOBrt aad tfc Jpc jib halyards Is a DiY heard the report- J f 1I7 sir tetg ike hI1nrdS nfciedown Let jf jhe Sefets nieid ckiwr UfJ Thatll de Belay all fov jwmp up furl 1eH iBtfJlveljvlnflsr what this was golHg on the captain ie took another look at the barometer and feowi the mercury still going down fa t Taoroughly aroused now he tVMfttt hIS peAking trumpet from the Md ami sung out 4HiA oat there Doni from nloffc Teiy man of you Call alll hands V Dwacame the men again Hut kinds akoyi was called with great atreftftb of voice at both the 1NiwhIch1Qt1f tt iatelilgible ta a landsman but which aay sailor readily understands The tepeails were close reefed a reef taken ta the malasall the jib and flying jlb It and all the light sails were furled andethe ship made ready for the expected zaIe But yet no breath of air had been felt moving while an unnatural tlllaeS8 and heaviness of the atmostphere were observed by nIL Severdl otiiis the seamen saw a dim purple streak Md exly appear right ahead of the abip and called oat Here it comes ski1 v Were 8a1d the captainbRight ahead sir Hard aport your helm i uHgrd IcBftceloondj Aye aye sir The yards were braced around and the ship was got ready to receive the expected blast on the larboard tackt pat dreadful streak of cloud grew al 5 naoet crimson and there was heard Whet they thought was the heavy roar eC the coming gale and every man seemed td hold his breath awaiting theoahock Good men and courageous sail baraBktromgonJ b speaksffiac awful to the ear and many a strong Mm hat quailed tefore it Thus those men waited till the m- mutea lengthened Into hours and the only change perceptible was In the deepening lor of that lowering clouda of crimson liKht At length eight bells told that 4 oclocc had arrived and daylight was looked fpr as those miifla the ship with Paul looked for it they xvlsaed for day But the i trnggllg It light of the day seemed only o revear the thickness of the darkness Je the wOQderlmg visiOn Jfwt daylight their ears wereistun ed wltn tltccJesslve quick repots loado er Ulan whole broadsides from a bun dred gun ship The whole hcayejis were lighted up with n fiery red lighto The ocean was stirred from her pro c found depths Great waves w thont to any Visible cause ran In the most aw i ful commotion now striking together band throwing the white foam ndw jrprayhlgh In air then parting to met agate In tearful embrace as before A SChool of sperm whales ran athwart the ships boys making every exertion- to escape jfrqm the strangely troubled water Within a few cable4engths of the ship an immense column of water was thrown masthead high and fellw back again with a roar like Niagara t A deep mournful noise like the echo of thunder among mountain caverns was instantly heard and none ccrtikl of tell whence it came The noble ship was tossed and shaken like mth1ngGreat God have moray upon us cried officers and men What is this What Is coming next 3s it the Hay of judgment The royal psalmist described them accurately They reel to and fro and stagger like a drunken manc and are at their wits end Soon the mystery was solved whensright before their e esabout ont league from them there arose thr rough sides of a mountain out of tin yielding water and reared its head highc in air then from Its summit nmess burst forth mid melted lava ran like a j cascade of flame into the seethings xn It xrns n IrtJi throe a9 nitur ook tells BUYERSOT 11 rfaif M Winter Goods f r WiMriowll to yiitour Store and tkea look at ou rsC 7 irb selected iOCk6- t M AND SUITS for mpn and boys i We ILWIL tIr lHtMMike jflVMns Clothingand have ajseec Hon hmm cIayou my jet a perfect fit andat the same tilwb pieiiied with thstyleand pattern We bought to ppittiitf rarfed tifourcustomers We bught heavily ol very desifn on the fathion plate Wei bought from the kiht priced fabrics to the medium and low go i but al conforming to the styes of the seaso- nWeuhuM t t yt lPttaseFOur Cstomers I yu to and inspect our goods andV be iii JiiJ flmseu4NieIIjey t11l l adKent SUCCt Ie- 1eVaeRCef XIdeT DiselUe MoSt pdpledo riot realfze the alarm increase and remarkable urea1encv of kidneydisease most common- diseaieS that prevail they almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who can tent tkemtettea vith doctoring tMefliets while the ong 501 discae undenpnmcs the system J WhtLtf1o Do There isCmfoift in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers wampRoot tlC great kidneyi remedy fulfills every visli in curing rheumatism bladderIandcorrects inability to Bold water and scalding pain in passirfg it or bad eflets following use of liquor wine or eer and overcomes thatunpleasant necessity of being compelled tjo go often during the dayazid to getup many times during the night The mild and extraordinary effect of SwampRoot Soon realized It stands the highest forats wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar SIZes You may haven sample b tt1and a that all ntfreelbyCo BSng amtou N Y When l d call are oo of BwmpBoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and address Bjnghamton N Y and an Island was born wmcn was miles In circumference Twoear4 afterward I sailed right ver that place but the placid water ave no Intimation that an Island had een there Yetno man has said that e saw the death and burial of that whose birth I have thus chronl led v Kisses Audible a Block Away Kissing thdt sounds like a battery of gatllng guns find that can be heard block away has aroused some of the exclusive and aristocratic restS dents of lau Claire WIs and a pro ret which is expected to lead to the presentation of an ordinance making Illegal to kiss in public was niade to the city council tiS claimed by tliose who object to the public oscula tlcTn that spooning couples who take nightly strolls under the trees and sit n some f the front steps of homes make the night resound wlth the strenuous offpcts much to the disgust of ther residents and passersby Soy milclg officials are among those sajd have been worried by the specially loud kissing but the complaints 1c- eeu made It is claimed bywonteu ho are forced to sit on their own front porches and listen to the spoon Ing in the darlc rKCTTa7le UCTttorm Whey Cement For GIasn and China Mix one cup of milk with one cup of vinegar then separate the curd from the whey and mix the whey with the hites of five eggs beating the whole thoroughly together When well mixed sift bin little quicklime and stir until the consistency a thick paste With this cement broken dhlua and cracks of all kinds ay be mended It dries qulcklyvahd s1sts the action of water and heat Plaster of Puns Cement Make a thick solution of gum arable stir In plaster of vans uhitllthe mixture as sumes the consistency of crcjini Apply with a brush to tile broken edges of Iiini and Join together In a few days the article cannot be broken In the place The whiteness of tula ce meat adds to its value Jchlncse Cement Chinese cement aiay be u edto mend glass china fan y ornaments and1 similar articles Dls olve sheila in enough rectified spir its of wine to make a liquid of the con- istency of molasses y II J f1i S r I ell OVERCOATS ISI i 1 i A ifiehfion of the Ladie t urjffirstylt In DRESS GOODS and Ladies Reaclyniadegarrnenkand Ckaks CteMidc ofoitIs was nev r more compute iShOeprtmtntcic with Mens reds anc1yry day wearShoes-1 fmd both fit and ityen ourhewuptociatesV Price Are Right yv t ti HO8EVWS USEIk in th Attempt to Debtudh the Voters pI Hickmap County 4 A In the State Primary 1 The Clinton Gazette t Democratic Paper Tells Who Did i Not Furnish It The temperance man who know or ould easily lknow that whisky Is fre ly used to Influence men to Vote ihould to be altogether consistent rake some effort tb find out whether Ms candidate ils directly oi indirectly furnishing that whisky IT the men Arho are leading the fight for a certain itate candidate are using whisky to orrupt or Influence voters it is fair to presume that their candIdate under tands the methods his friends have idopted If he fails to repudiate such methods he becomes responsible for them The whisky that is being so reely handed out in Clinton county it this tithe and which has been so plentful for months past is not being furbished by Gen Hays nor Senator HcCreary nor by any of their friends It is very generally known who Is dsing the whisky and In who e inter est it is being use4 Itlis used in Jeflance of law and good morals and It Is expected td win votes for some Jody not Hays or McCreary SCan sincere temperance men afford to con sort and vote with that class of voters ind votegetters Is the candidate supported by such a class of men war thy of a good mans vote If you are ix earnest my Christian friend look ibput you and see what kind of com pany you are in Clinton Gazette KENTUCKY WORST 1GOVERNED STATE fa the Union Says Editor Henry Wat terson I CfurlerJOueditorial A Floyd Byrds reply to Special fudge Wfl Moody published n yes terdays CourierJournal is a jtelllngf exposition of the Kt chapter in a tong and successful sqnsplracyj of as jassins and polHIcirt3 to whip justice calm and temperac In tone Jareful thorough andcrut1gi in facts Mr Byrds explanation of the reasons that torced the attorneys for the prpsecu Ipn of James Hargls to retire from the case at Sandy Hook is a con lu ive indto one who may be jgnorant iftbe history of this conspiracy itratllng disclosure It Illuminates Judge MOOd in to say the least an unenviable attitude However honorable may have been 11have11 cureI leaves hIm a record which he never be able to justify 6 a fairmind ed publlp though he spend the rest of his days in the attempt He may be all that his friends claim that he Is but Ifthat Is true be Is so unfortu nate as to have been confronted with a duty in the performance of which no one could have more completely played into the bands of the gang at the head of which Is the man whose boast iis that he does as he damn pleases with the law and who with the action of Judge Moody in rellev lag him of this last of charges against him has mUrder that boast So closes this blackest story of Kentucky assassination and politics It is a chapter of murder after taurder all pointing to one source of Insplra Uon of the machinery of the laY cbh ilstcntly directed to the end of shield ing those Indicated by the evidence as the source of that Inspiration terminating with their discharge and the Imprisonment of a couple 6f their humbre hired tools Mr Byrds exp sltlQn of the final chapter of this story miserable as he shows that chapter to be shows it no glare miserable than many another chapter that preceded It notably tbat1 which Immediately preceded Iti in Which Carncs played his part so faith fully and sp jiotoriously on which by the way Mr Byrd flashes tt new fin ger of light in his statement Indeed from first to last during the progress of this story every page of It has confirmed the fact that when JJm- 11IarllSJUdge Hargis that he was In certain quarters that he exercised special Influence among the high o31 clals whose duty It Is to punish In stead of protect breakers of the law he knew what he was talking about U is all a wretched and astounding story But It Is not heonly story that today advertises the shame of KENTUCKY AS THE WORST GOVERNED STATE IN TilE UNION Mice that Werb Tipplers A correspdiident writes In Qnatta some years ago I had occasion to go early one morning Into n mlscclianeouS store kcpfby a Tarsee who also kept a liquor bar As I entered the shop noticed a mouse reeling across the floor and I remarked to the shopkeep er that the mourn seemed to be hurt but his reply astonished me no said otherlithatdrunkards During the night they rag ujarly drank all thp Iqupr which re mained nllio glasses whfcU tho sol diers had used In thp evening for their drinks Exchange CruihW Bttomt Badger said Thorpe Mt a frfettd of yours the oth rday ujbees talking about you a jay duty to tell Jwhet WItlMAli wll I dont car t IM saId I know It wai jiaMtiliif ttza S1reabIH replied adcer how do joq kwM7Nis 4imt ForS Wol1t8iS Eyesis I AUTO DIVES OFF BOAT Plunges Into East River With Chauffeur Still at Wheel TWO MEN NEARLY DROWNED Bystander WhoGrabbed Rearof Car to Hold It pack Goeln3 Water yith ltVheres the Auto Ha Criod When He Cams Up V4 large touring automobile on thg teiry oat Maine suddenly started to Sun wild nnd plunged through the for ward gates just as the vessel was enj terlngj Its slip at East Twentythird street New York city and with Its chauffeur still nt the wheel wectorer boardlnto the East river The machine knocked down half a dozen passengers on the boat nail car ried tone of them overboard with it 1TpEc MtJNaEJJ JXTO TJIE Thcj chauffeur and the unlucky pas senger were both fished out of tha wa ter The auto remained at the bottom of lhe East liver There were three men besides the chauffeur in the car when It boarded thei ferry at thfootof Broadway Brooklyn The machine was run through to the bow of the vessel Although the engine In theJautomo uile was still working the vow r of course had been turned e otrcrortIrunning gear until the Maine as it started to enter Its slip bumped into tho cornbthe long line of piles which extend into the river and act as guides for incoming boats What happened peter that was too quick for any one to see clearly In some manner the power was thrown on machine darted at the heavy chain spread across the front of the dcckllkea football playpr plunging into an opposing line Five men who were leaning against this chain were scattered about like ninepins T oOr them were thrown over the obstruc tion the others were pushed aside Seeing their danger the three then iu the auto jumped out of UIQ machine But the chauffeur stayed at hls vhecl trylngto shut off the power Ills of forts were useless With a loud snap thQ heavy chaIn parted and the automobile tore into the Iron lattice gates The automobile gained Inch by Inch as the gates were forced open A dozen men Khouted to the chauffeur to Jump Heedless of heir cries Nolunbent over the con trolling gearjlng nt It Wquiqu screamed horses lined Tip just behind tIle dnitoxnoIile pranced u IllITnlOl shouted and Offered l suggestions- I will hclpjhoirted John Oleson n carpenter of 3 East Twentyninth street nf he caught the rear of thocnr and used nil his strength trying to pull it back Flmillv the Iron Rates parted Freed tVt P1Jr Woroens Bcauseno Many thousands oomen who had previously suffered aftiwhytabouId from troUbeS itnar todue to disorder ortfi womanly have tewonderfully j Wine of Cafdui if J Mrs Leota Forte of Toledo Ill writes If I am wen pleased with the reacts of using Gankl Vr taken three bottles and am now perfectly well free from pun and have nMVwI lftl WRITE US A LETTER of this restrflnn tne car snotiorwara again and plunged Into the water Oleson who hud taken a firm grip on the back of the auto was carried with Nolan and the machine Iii theI plunge Itall happened so quickly that Oleson had no time to release hia hold Attracted by the cries of the passen goes Captain Wlllinnia of the Maine had the power reversed to keep from running down the men in the water Gasping und spluttering Nolan and Olcson bobbed to the surface within r few feet of each other Where Is the automobile cried tl dazed Oleson who did riot seem leI realize Just what had happened Pa tOI sengers who had crowded oil to tI front of the boat were compelled tto laugh In spite of the seriousness of the affair A dozen men who were on thu pier Including several ferry hands jumped Into the water to aid the two men Both Oleson and Nolan wore able to swim a little and they struck out for the pier hopes were thrown overboard and the rescuers with the men on theller got the men out The ferryboat remained ont of the slip until thp men had been taken ashorei pT Kearns of Bellevue hospii tai responded to thecall for an ambu lance jvoinn was taken there suffer ing from contusions shbck and sub t nndileOne of the passprruvs on the ma chine evidently the owner gave Ole con It twenty dollar bill In reward for Ills efforts to save the auto as well as lo pay for his dtidclnff The SPORTING WORLD Tlo Football Rules The football rules for 1907 are better codified and have been made rather aiore rcqinpiete The duties 6f the two umpires are more clearly defined so as to place rer tponslbllHy lipon the proper shouftiera undalso to further fl stst the referee The operations which pertain direct ly to the nlay Itself are An increasedi Vc H iCAPTAIN ilCOllMtCK riUNOETdx VApSITT 1ODTuALL ianvmVlength of playing time making the halves tho old time of thlrtyilvo mlii- utod again Instead or thirty minutest nsln ltJOOVt The penalty for un illegal forward pass antI one whlctr strikes the grouifd before It strikes ly player of either Ide has been made less severe In mon It 1l1cnntHte loss of thoballta the side which nmde he pass Iii the rules of HIM on the first nUll second down It wlH mean u loss ofdit- UflcOttftbOflYOVtiSVQUIYUfliV pot the loss of the bail tliotlilrd v V- Oji down hiQvOvotthe old rtjlp applies ofln oflmllr This really Is tho nialp point of tbo duXercncQ between the rules Qf JUU7 and those of iitoov VV Iho ton yardr rule stands as it did lost year = o e Do riofisuf i WIthsevere Headaches i a when ti I 1 Will 1I4sDVVVVI Cure Yciu0IThe liver lntho mainspring forth whole body To oqncf ti good healthono must keep tim liver ill 90d order To do soft regulatOr is needed Hrbino will put your liver in the cu 0 dillon it should bo and you wIll not culler from headaches A POITIVE CURE FOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND FBVER BILlOUSNESSrMALARIA AND ALL LIVER COMPLAINTS Has Done A Vcrld Of QooC II MradD Plulloy Marblk Falls Tojcna writes r I hyr used Herbtnq luici UndJb thp lMt livereorrective I hnveer toqtJnndheadkohes anymore 5lc AVILL BOY IT r Baard Snow Uniment no h 5oaN Second Str ST W U1S Mo- I SolcL and IWritetodayfardreecopyofvaJlL1ble64eDlustratedBookf i 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