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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c 1 U I 11N I IJJ 4 N SEISVOL HK1t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY T7 IKENTUCKY OCTOBER 31 1907 5f l yt in c e DR RIFTRUSTYIRACTCAL DENTIST t Ice trBardoa k Barter r f1lwork tr aaonabieprJces tLwk gimrnteed BIBINGFtBLb KY l DOECTOfiY r IfJ1LDty aeafof Y CoiwttXi Si milc outIill Wtiffoa JMlles from B rd town branch of1 1 tJIIS 3f TiTille tahoadJn j ft sd qik4tt1irt district woPIi te1rt wfl telephone oficc Jfotir MJUls lumber 4 pid psaho1OO pof lationof stv1EStt R t Cogreva l tti J ltoW XyC pti iKentucky Legis M W D clybeooket IrFatuLiiYe inState Senate Hont tiiiilDMterLebII KYbi r i1 cwty DlrKteyJiit mcUIT COU1T Vk cvtcct begin1 Oti the fourth r WjSIJtebcItary a140ctQ1p t I LLDt4 Ceatowsltk At J J 0 fiitJCiG iaai l a atercorI- I ic it l itI fj nitDTEItLY C9UITtQr4T Co tt Iskel4 oa j ec otk j pJOOUNTY COURTtcstlcvdrt ett om KeM i l ech JRo8tit1t i L f L4itiityJdge W Lket Contr Clerk f L1I1et1 Cownty Aton1eye iU s CatlettJaIteC3i i ti am erQpi- b MirbIa1akIrau1epatLs Eam4era 1 1aMa 1 Moore Cointy Surveyoi 1rf prOBryan MHitYAssessora jMTreasrerJ ronetffOJ r tl rJW1a Sapt of eoon t I P 0 iipeiigfeidl t j NoePolicesageJaId W 3nGrace1MarShal wr Qijgsby City Attorney j Ii JUSTIcE COURT J Jl4ttc41xta are held in Tai1aryc 1AprIlPlYad vctober r irchDlrCCtt7utt t c t ic 1mOD CHURCH Jttr G W LyPDii Pastor Ser e Tt the Tirstand Third Sundays lm eh Awnth till a m and 730 pr- na4jkco1 Cvery Sunday atlO gmtt th eIthE verery Wednesday t T Cj 0 vt IstS CATHOLICCBURCH IeyPr BennessaV Pastor Ser S nday at 8 and 10 oclock a4avices atStRosesanie hurstt I i 1 BtTERIAI OHtJRCR QI tit r E C Lawson p torI Pr u lic sysry Sunday at 11 mI sMfMjzpf Sundity school every JWit M Oam Prayer meetin VIryTk4udT evening at 7oJock- kd k 4 3APTIST CHURCH HrrilOn Williams Pastor = fr iiif eVery Sunday at Ii aui WW1 mesundiy School everyI t aa4 Ill a7 t93Qm Pray r meeting eTerrTl3fty etenlnr at 745 oclock 1Jli j y4HIUSTIAN CHURCH e WFIWgerS Pastor Ser vicKt and fourth Sunday Sunday 4fij f FisternaI Orders r t j J LoDGESpringflCid lodge tJW l5i t firit and third Monday fikaLkfjlf4ztonR A Chapter No 57 tijjivjgf second Tuesday afriagteld Council jSo52 meets on vpksstfll Monday JKjfMMmi of Tmt MACASKSS Meet LV T Tfchiro ORIGINAL LTIYE COUGH SYRUP tandiMJsUte trora tb y roorinr th Iflft f- tIdI IWfflfl A 1 T I teoIT TI Ph r r T w f w rjliE4 NEWS=LEADEE lOIC I LxuIiItaJls ClTYCOUJlTt OO reil tthISi UUU POINTD QUESTIONS f I I Replieito Some of VbterW Remarks and Other 1 Questions Propounded in Return 1- a5Si C 9W24M aoooo tI The aun 4has shone not fullorbedsptendoributi j the real luminary the very god Of day but oue of its satellites to be exactly scientific and ttruthful a Taint and timorous light has beep emitted from the solar system and this feeble Heck of reflected radiance ala J but a warningthattheSun will not be out of eclipse for several days So be it lets continue he pleasant pastime o f flinging cocoanuts atthe mooni In the first piJcethe editor of the NewsLeader acknowledges1 hat in the past its position ha een independent iin matters political and that In this fight iis for the entire republican ticket with one exception He has in tfie past used his edtiorial column and news spa e sometimes for democrats but1alay9d ashesaw them His con ception ofa newspaper is that should serve the people first tePartyafterward3Jpreferr g o appeal to its readers honest jfjudgment rather than to their It may be congenial work to some editors to change opinion to suit the changing demands ofa political nw ctiinoor a party boss but the editor of the NewsLeader pre asheseesItandhim into democracy or repuplic anism and ifin striving tofullfill l1 his duty as an editor sensible of bis obligations to his readers nd as citizen appreciating thfresporisibilTtie of citizenship he finds that he can best serve these ends by advocating in this caIn paign reppblican principles and by supporting republican nopi esJthe fault is not his Asf he sees ittnereis no choice When thousands of loyal demojj crats throughout the State have openly repudiated the demo ratic nominees an independent surely cannot be criticised Jorj failing to support them Yet he editor of the NewsLeader fighting ip the open if you please and so long as tha ma chine which calls itself democra cy offers him nothing better than he present layout he will conC tin lie fighting in the open Sp will thousands of democrats whose very shoes these machine democrats are unworthy tlunloose The con test is not be tweeh democrats and republicans it is a contest between the peal pie regardless of party united under a party name against aI machine using a party name kJ machine the people did not mke a machine that democrats ifyou will did cotcreateja machine whose only principle is to plun der whose only politics is to prey a machine the editor of theI Sun does not dare to defend in his editorial columns through willing t6 proht by its workI Now as to the jquestions the Voterit1 the Sun urges the democratic ndidate for Sena tor to refuse to answer we inI iist that they are pertinent TheI democratic candidate for professes himself both a democrat and a temperance advocate In these troublous times it so happens sometimes that a man cannot be both As a d mo ciat the democratic candidate for senator can support the democratic candidate for Lieut Governor possibly but can he as a temperance advocate sup port Trimbie when Trimble open ly declares that he favors saloons even on the openI Yet be is urged to ignore the question because it iisnot asked for the purpose of helping him in any wise to win his election but lr1aiway that wouldx bringI injUry tQ him and his catase i So this iUfi the explanation at the Suni iie ce in this campaign its editor rffiwM to ditcuM any Issue in the eomin eIetIbeiiuse it might hurlt NIdIde By coeeet el II hos o j I be otherwiset woaldLfj d he vote lora dryrt rather than a wet Idenfocrat Thats toe iissue iuj jouisvillc If he would not and he his shQwn that he would not what right has he to ask or expect I dry republicans to vdte for him If he were to Car that he were for temperance democrats first failing in this for a tem pefauce republican then butj always for a temperance candi date then he might m6re con sistently ask dry republicans to Support him If the truth wil hurt a cause and the Jvoter says that in this case it would then ought not that cause to be hurt even destroyed But this voter from Maud alias Springfield wants to know what Jarvis would do ifshe livedi in Marion county would he vote for Jackson the republican J nominee for the legislature from that county We believe Mr Jarvis has already answered this question he is not afraid of the truth he does not believe In using anything and everything- to catch voters He has keen all his life an advocate of local option He is making his race upon a platform that declares in voroftbeco nty unit law Jackson is running upon th6 same sort of a platform He is pledged to iits support by the action of thel convention that nominated him We believe no man iri Marion county questions Jacksonssincerity or his integrity Certainly Jarvis urges ever republican in Marion county to vote for Jackson1 Nor does he ask what he himself would ndtdo arvis and Jackson rge every republican to vote tht Biibfce republican ticket all of whom are pledged to the county unit Jaw They do not like their democraticopponents preach temperance and at the same time ask you to vote for a ticket that iis for everything from an open saloon on the Sabbath to prohibition on all days As usual the Voter drags inn the Goebel murder who were GoebelSworst enemies the re pnblicans9r the L N rail- rOad and Its attorneys Who e voice was aftener raised and more effectively used against GoebeljJBarlpws or McChords Neither off these gentlemen in dorse asssassiqation of any manI whether his name be Goebel or Marcum bether his politics be Democratic or republican We submit it to the voter iif Beck ham is not as much the benefactor of jtha Marcum assassination as Taylor was of the Goebel assassination We believe tjie assassins In both these cases should pay the full penalty of the law We do not believe that a governor should use his official influenceto acquit those accused in one case and condemn those accused in the other ItI comes with bad grace from a democrat to cry assassins when the man whom ninetenths of the people of the state believe to be the arch assassin of them all Jim Hargis was retained as an honored member of the high est committee of the Democratic party in the state until he choose to resign a mrnth or so ago If the voter is sincere in his condemnatIon of assassins he can not conscientiously vote to send to the US Senate the man who as governor was re sponsible for the Sandy Hook trial l Thc voter too sees no objection to having acorpora tion lawyer in the legislature but he does object to having as goyernor a man who as a lawyer defended on two occasionsp another corporation crime iic his eyes for Willson to act as attorney for the American Tobacco Co in two small casesbut it is a qualifica tio for McOhurd to have been the regular attorney for 18 years of the L N railroad Lets j state thf question fairly r Mr voter lfyouss ar for ia rIilrod is eived 3OQ pet Iear asid t1heti r5tIpar y r U j t WasboifUm cooBirfio lnare4Dd qoeition of legis Htion were at iwae u irtiph thi f interests of your corporation cients at 3000 per year and your county clients at 300 1 er which would you san e lye WashmgtcDcunty want a 2 dent fare and L N should want a 3 1c wiiidi youINow if Willson were tberegula attorney for the Tobicco Trust which he is not at 00000 per year and should at the same time want to be governor at 8000 per year same ratio as in above case dp you suppose republicans would nominate him pr would vote for him Could he be fath full to both interests at the same time Certainly not no more than can a man serve two masters Important legislation relating to railroads will be proposed to the next legislature WHo will best represent I the people then fiariow or Mc Chord WhY Cpifcare DODEcrunsi Because you have contract d ordi nary cblds and fiave tecovqred from them without treatmen of any kind tthoitcolds lcommoncoldsystem for the reception tfdcvelopment of the germs that would notof otherwise found lodfftneAt I is the same with all infections pteea ses Diphtheria scarlet feyer jmeas les and whooping cough are mitch more likely to be contracted when the chtIhias a cold you will see from this that more real danger lurks inacold than In any other of the common ailments The easiest and qdickest way to cure a cold is to take Cham berlainsCoqjjh Remedy The many remarkable cures effected by this preparation nave made it a staple article of trade over a large part p HaY9anRobertson Lebanon Locals Prom the PaiCon Last Saturday afterno nat the regular meeting of the Local Unon No1 of the American Socioty ot Equity tho new elected officers wer installed as follows J E Durreit president Li K Mills vice president George Mattingly seuretary J B Wathen Jr treasurer These officers have inaugurated policies which they are satisfied will be of material b nrfitto tjhe farmers of the community if they will come join and co operate with the Local Union which meets HP stairs cat the courthouse the first and thjird Saturday afternoon of each month Mr W Owen Mclntyrer of Danville was intlus city Saturday on qis way home from Campbellsville He informs us that orgatizingthe latter place for the purpose of launching a new news news naper Mr Rufus Matthews editor and proprietor of ihe Taylor County Enquire has sold his paper to the company but will continue job printing office Mr Mclntyre is an all round newspaper maniand Campbells ville nay expeat a highclass newspaper Heres hoping it a long and useful life and smooth sailing 01berII My dear old mother Gio is now eightythree years 6d thrives pn Electric Bibters U writes W B Brunson of Biub in GttuSht has taken them for about two years and enjoys anexcellent appeljte feels strong and sleeps wetU Thats the way Electric Bitters affect the aged and tbe same happy re suIts follow In nfl cases of female weakness aid general debility Week pUy children too are greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach byHaydon50c jbassomepereonalbond to act as agent for the Standard Seeing M- t1chineJiior some good ircoant to x hadle Experience unueea wry wIll teach you th bai IaWrltfto W 1 Wtd State IgtDt No 180 Est dway LouUville Kyi GREAT OVATION Given Arigustus E Willion on 1 His Appearance I Here Monday If ihe greeting given Hon A E Willson the Republican can didate for Governor by the voters pi Washington cotmty on his i appearance here on Monday cai betaken as forecast Washington county may be safely counted on for a big majority for the entire Republican ticket this fall Notwithstanding the fact that the Democrats had a counter attraction at the Court House in the shape ibi biass band and Harry Vesuvi ns McChesney and J Morgan Chmu the crowd that lined the streets from the depot to the Opera House and cheered the distinguish fcandi was so great that it was with difficulty that Mr Willson and his party made their ways The train on which On which Mr Willson arrived was nearly two hpurs llate and as he was compelled to leave at 3 oclock to makp anoiJner connection he had tin e only to make a few remarks to the immense crowd Only ab ut one third of the people wI o were clamoring tohear the sp ech could get into the Opera He use Mr Willson addressed a f aw words of greeting to the cr wd in the street from the ba cony before making his sp ech inthe ball continued on page 2 B81s Can ot be Cured fby local applications as they cannot re ch the diseased portiouof the car- T ere is only one way to cure leaf ne s and that is by constitutional re icdies Deafness is caused by a iai tiDed qonditipq of the mucous Hn ill of the Eustachian Tube When thtube is inflamed you have 3 rum bli ig sound 0 Imperfectt hearing and y l crflrirls entlrelytlpsed deafness is thi result and unless the inflamation ca i be taken out and ibis tube restored to lie ilormai coudhloii bearing will be destroyedfor ever nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarre which iivucthingbut an inflamed con dition of the mucous sursaces We will give one hundred dollars for any ease of deafdess caused by byHal1slars free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 76c JTake Halls Family Fills for consti tiun e 1 Not From the People ti It does not appear that the- c ndidncy of Mr Gore for the S mate and Mr Barr for Rep nsenlative comes from the people in either case As the S D calJedmocrats an incongruity would haye been p esented in filling the minor p aces by the people and posh siblv thereby out of harmony with the ring Primariesi are expensive things and time was sdon call ill order that candidates n igbc be shut offas they were iij Marion even before the katy d dscommenced to hollo whife t ie district and county commit t esdid tho rest Thus they a e in harmony with the State t ckefc which is also running on no platform of principles Wast ere ever such a set of free lan c jrs running foroffice before Mr George T Jarvis of Tay lor county and educated farmer a genial and elegant gentleman tie Republican nominee for S tale Senate is not the product of a Comnvtteebut comes fr- sbiidrenI t For the FucceedthesdaysyOUImust age strength How is it With the children Are they thin pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsiptrjllt You know it makes tfie blood pure and rich and IhiUds up the general health in every wy The eblidres anotpoH1ybTepo4Iith nnieu the boweti se pter JaDt4olIf t2 versWIIY aoenle W pu1 theftlnat1 0111 sr ts from tthe people and js on a platform principals adopted by a representative convention and published to 4h3 county No man in Taylor county stands higher than Mr Jaryis and his platform of principles ig not a meaningless instrument to him Mr T d Jackson out own Tomis likewise the product of no Committee His is strictly a case of the office seeking the man every precinct in the coun ty instructed for him without as many as one dissenting vote NeT r were tlsirvOe of any man in sucji a capacity denand ed with such unapimity The- conveutionthat cominaed him also adoptei an unmistakable platform of principles ant paced him on it Tnere is nothing nondescript atiout our candidetes From ha JRepublican Corn mittee in Lebanon Enterprise Thomas A Edison the great Am erican inventor says Fully eight per cent of the Illness of maakind cornea from eating improper food or too much food people are inclined to overindulge themselves phis iis where Indieestion finds its beginiog in nearly every caw The stomach can do just ee touch work and DO more and when you overload it when you eat the wrong kind of fool the digestive organs cannot possibly do the work demanded of them It is at such times that the stomach needs help it demands help and warns you by headachs belching sour stomach nausea and indigestion You should attend to this ab once b taking something thit will actually do the work for the stomach Kodo will do this It is a combination o natural digestants and vegtable acid and contains the same jui ies foun in a healthy stomach It iIs pleagahl l Ito take It digests what yoiCa- Sold by the Red Cross DrugStore He u For Barlowe For cObb OT Oct 15th 19C7 Mr Wa Barlow Pulfn Ky My Dear Republican Friend tst iaIDito4b N S LEADER that jou are making i red hot fight for the State Legislature and will sty as Benbam used to say hurrab good Inckt There is one vote you 1UI loose Iam sorry to say by me beifc away from the State for while we differ politically I would cor diallysupport you 1 know in wh ch party to class you I know you are a Republican lbenQyV from principal I pan not say as much for your opponent fcJihct if96 1 have not thought of him s k Democrat in tact I consid r you the better Democrat of the jwo butlcant vote for you this time Butler nor do anything I know of to help you along if i could I wouldcertaInlv do it I am a Democrat as you know and will also be one as long as I live couldnot be anything else if I were to try but I would like to see the great old state elect an entire Republican Government just this one time and by that means get rid of the machine that has dominated her polides IWishingyou i remain as ever your friend T B M ALISTER orHarl JilES In laDSa The old days of grasshoppers and droutharo almost forgottent in the prosperous Kansas of today although a citizen of CoJdell Earl Sbamburfr has not yet forgotten a hard time he Encountered He wjs T was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day And could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to com pletely cure me The safeat and most reliable cough and cold cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaranteed by Haydon fe Rober son drug- Store 50c and 100 TrIal bottle free Are Pascinf f 1Iif For over twenty yrs afttr the Cl11 of the Civil War the pension roll oLtth o14 soldiers Increased anflhly aiIlos of dollars PhectMSps1 rAnwrtefttt War which aa- ood1D MiM i to UM nltl The itt je1I9W O M dcriae at fc 0 into ok enJmillioMb aantwll TtmJir fltoi JarcI ibowss iii JSOOOtOOO M tS OUnt bbs appropri aiion for tb prwwnt year k 2XWO000 Jest than for 1893 T w- I 0 J 1t l t when it reached the t pno bf In ten years morn the prVsent pension roll will becuHn half rl chq vast majority of them arel uJderIJ l d1li cieasing Wonderfully la ten yetrsthcGA K wilFnot be able to have a parad as Ihe reminent of the od soidierwiI be too infirm to mar6hVli twenty yearsthere ilL n1ybe- a few lonely survivors of thattgeat ptruggle that shrok thei world Uures Blood Skin please C cer Greatest BloedPtirlfler Free If your blood is impure thin dhf youhaveitchingrisingsskin bone pains catarrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm BL B B Soon all sores heal ach s and pains andricnwritlIgBloodB is especially advised for chronic deepseated cases as it cures aftei all else falls 91YJ Congressman Burtonst Ambition Byjiccrptlngtho Republican nouiina tlon for the majorafty of Cleveland Theodore E Burton renounces for the present tut least his senatorial nmUl tions and sacrifices a brilliant congres sional career JJr Burtons opponent Tom L Johusbii the present Incum bent has been elected three times lii succession ft lCleveland Is regarded as Jl nonnally Kepubllcnn city by frOmOOO to lO 000 majority In national elections and up to the ajilvent of Sfayor Johnson six years ago the Republicans had rulet the dty wild county vfor years with the tisoeptipn pf Isolated cases In fheIost two campaigns made bj Johnson he succeeded in Increasing the iilurallty which he gained in his first election six years ago and In his last race which was two yearago b plied up a plurality qf nearly 12000 Mr Burton however is held In high esteem by the people of Cleveland First of all he applies business Idea on E BUItTOX to public affairs He has been eIghtI times elected to congress twice without I Democratic opposition He kay served with great distinction as chair man of the rivers and harbors com mittee and maintained a commanding t position i19 the us by his ability sad t Independence It was Burton by the wny who de- sfeated Johnson after the latter hat served two terms in congress Mr Burton is a nativeof Ohio and Is if titsix years old An Aged AthI U 0f 1tThis Is not the only country wkkhican lay claim to a strenuous p c Mexico has also stories to relate sot unlike some which cluster about Mr Roosevelt President Diaz Tyhen seventy years old was one day chatjing with wfae American tourists lh the military cot lege at thapultepee say Ills biog H rapher when he noticed a climbing HIwonderifhejexclaimed ondto the amazement oft his guests threw ott his1 coat asd went up the ropo hand over hand to the tot a difficult exercise for a cadettWhen he came down he turned the Americans amlllng mid said Now you can say you have Sees a man of seventy years jlo that CMBNEGIES DREAM s Sttil KIna boyhood Ambition WtreVo a Rcgortar In furtherance of thefeace ociety bject of obtaluluff international pea the society gave a dinner the otki sight In the Yule club at ewYork Jan unusual gathering of aewspaper hid magazine publishers and writers Andrew Carnegie president of tin society could not be present but his letter of regret was flattering W tfce newspaper men present in revMHiiir ttat it hdbeea kts boyaood ambliliit to be a reporter sAys the Xeir YostI Herald itt was addressed to JBecwtiirr iakue T Button and was as1oD ar Mr DuttI cannot expressing sty deep rc lthiit erice prevents e from hava UM MM cUihce of jneetinr the mol4srs ot jwftHc s Hinlon tdinner krt U Mr wt sirs 4n yoiitlt wwf to b4 a reporter M et1a wlUr rVjefeMot jt odftjs sheD MMKtawM ilKittd Mcrmv d ta sata otriven n oss u sa pSkh filMaI ths- 1tigu Shea she J 4 whlqh It 4tawJ J Del heiIis itta t bberd i It fes to Istsretoeal mis- Us 4sNSt POll the pee M the M tI sditore of the press TbM k SWD 0 in europe Jm the ot peM whlrti r HM fltVtUf all I Ui of the Peed aoctotr would ImpreM upon our friend tLe MIIM of TMpOMibUttir which re U upon there and beseech their cooperation hoping that Owr de1vs Influence nAy wmy M against the aPpeei l to vm fiyet st oaNftrsios r c 4 llIEtTLttA fmf For i1j CgyWrisj ft Mcc1xdaath tl l1tr i fH r lIj Q Leader dthe EditoOitf J ifwcouhrEthy going tChord tto the l McGhord es toJiI iu ksent the 01in 4 ofthe farmers hare not olToetL whea ftoft a 150 3f cosgytheir f IcA It hasbeenMid tlJbepS r ftbef i believe that iil ftki poipoMu it fanyrepublican vote for l fc will be for B dch4m Mtb t machine Now 1 hope old ititifii JJ ington irill coeae to the frtwith a majority for a1 siC honest goveralesityi r ii county is wM awdiwa lltJlOgknzd aad Will give W1 andBroim for Rpct4t Ji majority it j ft1 I1yj 1 y f When au ankle tarketfecyear tI fr everyyesr1tisuf Edee wOrthy OM leiI i t t5ti uMnaa SyrepI vely 1t t tOO all PImQa7 1OMUte1l erssattIi cjI a ort jtmn mj tmjt- rabted r hi eu with the wia tr ah we oi4b to iJHdhqd yrsp J t It- sayed fi tldss iStori eiiS 11 iJI 1 fts frr r Capt5W t 7sod Hr ruIely awa M mentson hour thif JDoOrilaQl 1rt Third rs tiT tbW pre of a bs1dIit r prewlidgostbe roof of 10 b i sbrybsUdjs JaaItbc rmtot l V MUODItCX Mr Msrhg t f 9 rand acro the boa to b armory ai4ascar aEv fr IaJarMosija1ejd iz ing leveled h vpoa the hWglAr Iauueemt Ia toI r 1 prowler s ood sII rf 7 tiJlvrJtMarklaorec hUtt JbaIC bh th t hamxaer iimpped be ii4se thaterewas Do kmd iIa gun At w r jUBMlrt Wait her imfiflT il m aitridge and I will kU1J 4t 4LheAbe was rusdsug iMWI tret Caps 1btLrl r J tL cooteoti of a Kn Jl la oltoji him Thretor fnvr bota were find odM rnrirtnalt of hat ecbpu w4wbisd 1- s belieysdbst the tmr wu aiMmpWDi to ih dry cl111C bit of Mr W H ba DiinU Advocate OutotMgJto1Ibd s uoWhw wMb I iwithi sal tero ta a bert or votDMt limWi t with BuskIsti A Salve Its o4 ofrtgj l 0 it It Nid aad out of e 11 L PiJSS too aod obilbtoiM assIneer its Molta Giarsb jdoo4ib1rb- saiigg1 i tIct iIlk f Jlh i L1 A ffQQQi 80VM JOQSI w lJpHPJ- on 1l Grandy Anaa J Lot oooUlttt a0tttfin4i i ft tt HOOM DOWf 7 QftlMtd mo W i iLW Poi fuUr iwaJWhstku ace Agenis- rm 8ri dnt wba- fedigealton I 7 Ra1 f1weak stomachs CHk W4trjabi 01ourstoiiacbMiosa g1nR4 money refuodfli 5sSold by the Bed ptLStbre rjJ V r 7 1 Y NEWSLEAKR IyEUMDATth ttr Iff ADVANCE f 1 t f iSPIXD11IILDw 72dl k DAVHrOK Jrar i ui4is is p ath I i a414t4u Utlelat Is 4pss at 3wrAksbt eM oaW Iyry or cccit MteMtb md t liberal- sa 1Iin ef rspec jl wt u uv rM aiMIi t tHitt 250 4ipOSspiL i icuo j i THURSDAY OCE 31 1907 n TicKetd The IOWI ticket was nomliated I by tbs K WkUII State Convert t iaTAWnilk to be voted for atq Mveer electiofl j p GyerrAUUth LWilon y LUisyIlIe tt Il c liettteMmt GovernorW Hj c Maysvifles1WV Attoe7nirtfHkiwri1Ie- a L v rAiditocPr2flk P James lIar re- roMtrf Pc State TreasurenCapt E4C imrieyfdifch w J tc Secretary of StateDr Ben L rnUr yunfordville Tit Sw erimtedent of Public In itnicttaa J G Grabbe Ashland btQlrk fCOurtof Appeals t WapUr Aiiams Somerset j1 a f jF State Senator f G TJairl is the Republican candi e gate ice State Senator from the 15th j fvewiterial District composed of WMkiHtpa Marion and Taylor l 1cte tI For R pc entatiYe a tilfB Barlow la a candidate for JteprewsmtatiTe In the Lower HouseLJ Ioft Kentucky Legislature subject t tke action of tke Republican partyt The Republican county and- o b campaign committees of WaslxSr J jaftofl county publish in this SMU lot the News I esTdeijreso 11i ionI condemning in strongest cneB thaI use of money or f i t wbkey in influencing votes in i ft the Coming election and offer a v rewiirdlorthe conviction of any on 1undviolating the law in that respect The Republican 7 and candidates in this ii1magerst f cmmptign have made a clean i opt fight in this county and it t 1t I3heii purpose jx pursue that 7 t tx 4i e to the end The pros 1A peets look good to us for aRe i cn victory 10ld WashingS d v to Jor the entire ticket with the 1 jnmiiMn exception of C C Me tL jClprd for Railroad Commis t4j K ti ir We believsthat Charlie fi williT1It giye him a handsome majority The News leader has done what iteofoiiRepiblican ticket anl we have nothing tt regret IM everY 1epubln i the owiiil putiai his est licis be tea4i43w and election day and bti pftrtkfalajdy rwatchful of the enotey on next Tuesday Every BepnbBcan should see to two thiag Arstthat no Republican votes are overlooked and second tbftii no nnfair or unlawful jMtitods are used by the oppo iMtkm t6 influence any mans Y btfe i t 1 cC McChord Denies jO Il TJbie following interview with nOC McOhord appearS in the Louisville 4vetiing Post i The itatnwnt in the Louis vIM H rald to the effect that eoiiireS collected or received a captribiitioo I donataori or any l jraakof jooticy whatever for the J I iDM ertic campaign committee 3one else from the Ameri jjbmpany or any c ted withit or from 9 27 r1irm company 1 corpo rorindividual is abSolute Z f y f rne 1urtherstateme X iJ1 iiDtionlith X Brown had pytbin muM wflh MJ such contribution to ijtiafc pnria andsimpl I d0 not tofiwr C Jt BrowB ndne f 4anyqneby that nain eoDne BeVel had J tap2 1 ki lthbinitt J Yt t 1 7 HoOMMrd t V 4WiidHtr tICJl i- Ivil1e Heral4XI F t attMeged contribattofc bf the rAttler all Toliacco Company to L the Itemocratie Campaign of 1903 and in which the paper arges that you j acting for the Democratic Committee received fundsffrom that company The htig4 ls so groundless that if I I e you I would ignore it However if you so desire you e atliberty to say that I know statement to be false I was 1 Secretary and Treasurer of that committee in 1903 and the col lection and disbursement all t tions passed through my hands and I am therefore in position to know and say that you made no such collection nor did you have anything to do w th the collection or distributionof any contribution to the campaign You are liberty to make such usa of this letter as you may esire Yours Truly JOHN A Fuiror i Henfy Fi Jones of Tampa Fla wfiteis I can thank God for my present health due to Foleys Kidney ur I tried doctors and all kind of kidney cures but nothing done me touch good till I took Foteys Kidney Cure Four bottles cured me and 1 haven more pain in my back and shoulders I am 62 years old and- uffered long but thanks to Foleys Kidney Cure I am well and can walk nd enjoy myself It i a pleasure to- comiend It to those needing a kid ejT medicine Sold by the Red ross Drug Store I MOORjV1LLE News is scarce this week Corn gathering is going oiat rapid rate Mr WO McChord spoke to a large and an enthusiastic audi ace last Friday night He spoke mostly on the tobacco question He left politics out of his speech however he paid his compli ments to the NEW LEADER for what iib had said of him Well your humble scribe made visit to Louisville last Monday on a special busincss trip It as the first time I hid visited in 31 years There was not much change since I was before It was a busy day especially on Main and Market streets I also had the pleasure f seeing Mrs Carrie Nation he is a large robust woman and looks to be about 60 years of age Mr W H Boblitt and family of Hardin county are visiting relatives here Mrs Stella Hardin and sister Miss Nancy Ellis were over to Bloomfield shopping last Tues nay Mr Jeff Smith and daughter Mrs J M Wall will spend this week in effersonville Ind Mr Lee Bodine and Mrs Ella Taylor were married in Louisville last Wednesday We wish them much happiness TnihainSpiings Most ever oneis done sowing grain arid have gotten the work Gooa yOUD have to look a time to find an other store so cautious and painstaking in its efforts to give mothers the very best of value and good taste in boys clothing tayIevery purchase so satis alwaysbuyyourfriends reasonsIwe sell XTRAGOOO Whether yea buy a suit or over XTRAGOODtheHit guaranteeXTA000D ctozyIupon RBCWUI Overcoats and Reefers far ages 3 to 10 Russians made frem blue kersey lid cheviot nacymixed goods neatly trimmed rReI m navy blue chinchilla cellareIne close Prices IS to 12 rbvsoyrcats foracer 7 to lS frM black and xferd mel Ixsehiotthr PcM I t12 The Robertsoni Cr4ybFOOketo I tJCODPORATED- j LIii ii ii iii ii 1 i IWE SAE You MONEY 1 i ll Ad Show Y911 thI Most Attractive Stock of fall Ooods in our City I2 I I Copyright 1907 by Hart SchafFner 6f Marx I pretty well done and rabbit bunting seems to be the order of the day now Rev Hollis Summers tilled his regular appointment at Rock bridgo last Sunday There was a large crowdi in attendance Mrs Bill Keeling and son Earnest visited relative in this community Jlast Saturday and Sunday Mr Jesse Kays arid family of Ill who haye been visiting rel ativestiere returned home thej 30th of this month Mf John Royalty and family were the guest at ti home of Valois R yalty last Sunday The salel of Mr Silas Arm strongs property deceased was well attended and everything brousihta fair price Mr Harvie Thompson bought b farm from Dave Cutsinge brice 1500 Mr Elisha Whi e fold a farm to Dave Cutsing r for 1d50 HYACINTUj ANDREW SCHtNfK President of f he German Fire In auraucc Co Recommends Cham berlains Cough Remedy I I have used Chamberlrins Cougn Remedy in my family for over a year and can say thatit halt never failed to cure the most stubborn cough or cold ilean recommend il to any family as a suyaDli8a e childrens cough rem SCIIEXCK Ay ton Out This remedy is for sale by Hay don Robertson WiIIisbui The oyster and pie supper given by the woodmen Saturday night was well attended Re ceips 31- Misses Lizzie and Blanch Shirley Have returned home from visiting their brother in Miss Lulie Merrittis spending this week with Mrs Gibbs of SpringfieldMr Shirley visiled friends at Lawrenceburg last Saturday r IMr WilfShirlJeyand wife visi sister Mrs Pinkston Sunday Several from here went to county courtMonday tx hear the speaking Mr Wells and wife of Tat a1 spent Tuesday with theis dau ghter Mrs Gajrrett Clark It seems that ever One at Wil lisburg wantst Ito move Mrs propertytoshe will JeaYe i i a few days to make her home with her son in Louisville WT Wells has sold to Mr Ed Sutton JT Wilson ties sold to Johnnie Walls near Beechland or rather exchanged farms We are very Very sorry upbutottruiidstO1DTAR wa Pola CLOfHING i t rOur policy is to make short profits and song tends Andwith new fall andwinter stocks fresh and full we offer Olo those who want the BEST in EVERY THING as well as in value The Finest Readytoiea JOClotWng The Hart1 cJjjfffl i MarKB Suits atr 18 tot 25 J And to Those of Modest Means at i1ldne They are Cassimers Scotches and Woisteads single and doublebteastedneat and fancy patterns and plain blacks i Treat Ovation cOntinued from first page Mr Willson was introduced by Hbi W FMeikirk as theI next governor of Kentucky Mr WiJlson planly showed the effects of the severe strain he has undergone in his speaking tour of ithe tate during the past fe v Wceeks and his voice was bad He expressed regret that owing to the unaccountable de lay in the train getting in he was left only a few minutes In which to address the audience Mr Willson said thac at every point at which he has appeared he has been greeted by just such large and enthusiastic outpour ings of the people as the demonstration given by the people of Washington county He didnot take the credit to himself but rather attributed it to theenthu siastic desire of the good people of Kentucky to rescue the state from machine rule Mr Willson explained his em ployment m two small lawsuits by the American Tobacco Co and about which Morgan Ghinn and other democratic campaign orators are making so much noise Oontriuing aldnif the same line he said My employment by the to bacco company is an open honest clean record Tbe work was worth every Gent ofj tie reasonable compensation paid for it and there is no influence of any kind to hinder my giving most loyal and faithful service to all of the people of Kentucky and to the splendid citizenship of tobacco grjwers and against every party or powerwhich jis adverseto them or their interest Morgan Chinn does not believe that J ectertata eelings of unjust hostility to tobacco growers or the mekribjers of the tobacco society This false statement is made to fool the people of Kentucky into lelecting the Frankfort ring for four years more My employment was not my principal employment On the contrary it vas not an iimportant part of my business n riWhat lqh sensjible people thinkof the machine assertibnr that the tobacco trusts ambitio is to see me elected Governor when the trust gave the machine a 5000 campaign subscription in a former campaign while no one can claim that it has ever given one cent to my campaign1 Mean politics reaches the meanest inithis miserable effort to make the people believe thitt I who am making their fight ftgainstdie State ring amboun NoYelties in Dress Goods Plain and Plaid Bro d Cloths I i Plain and Plaid Mohairs Plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile Black San Toy SergeiA great Variety of PIainand Plaid Silk Waistinjs Winter Underwear n 104 Blankets 6Qc 75cI1 150 3 4 and 5 114 Blankets 150 i 350 5 f650 750 r 25 Per Gent Offt ON ALL WALL e SHOES Mens Fine Shoes W L Douglass 3 350 and41 Floersheins 500 Full line of Mens and Boys Heavy Winter Shoes For Ladles KrippendorfDittman Cos fine Shoes for Women 3 to 4 tC and EL Shoe Cos school Shoes for Boys arid Misses Full Hue of Rubbers 1 i 1 i I ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce J Rogers Gore of Springfield candi dat for State Senator from the Fif tee 1tb Senatorial District composed of Marion Washington and Taylor counties subject to the action of the Democratic party by obligations which would in fluence me against them U In most cases can umption results from a neglected or iImproperly treated cold Foleya Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs and prevents serious resultS It cost you nd more than the unknown pre parations and you should insist upqn having the genuine in the yellow package Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store tHINTS FOR FARMERS Age to Breed Sows The question often arises At what age should a sow be bred for the first time If the animal has shown ex ccptlonnlly rapid development and b In unusually fine condition breeding at ten months would not be much of a risk but under ordinary circumstances it is best to watt until she Is fully a year old says a Pennsylvania farmer In Farm Progress The cause of this tendency to bred 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 everyday of delay means additional risk when We consider the high per cent of mortality among hogs It Is better to risk delay hpwever than to have runty pigs or an undeveloped sow Asj to the ordinary error ot killing sows before their ago of usefulness haaj expired the question Is not so complicated although the reason can not so easily be explained and no ef tort at explanation will be made It Isn cbinmon custom to butcher a sow Just after she has produced and nursed her second Utter This is an extrava gnat practice The sow may still be good for a score of pigs By all means give her a chance to show her further ability In nine cases out of ten It will pay Sheep Notes Keep the rom as long as hls vigor qjus provided hes a good stock getter Force the growth of those safe rams feed them wisely but not ex travagantly J Worms seem tb be a little more prevalent than usual therefore don t for get worm powders and salt It looks as if South Africa is de tined to become a great shetjp country by the way her breeders are gobbling up the best ot the produce of this country and Australia t There is only one way by which we can ever hope to figure high in the list of shippers of export of mutton sheep to the British market and that Is by using the lest rams possible Amer lean Sbeep Breeder Care of Farm Machinery As soon as harvest is over look the machinery all oven If there are sections needed in the knife i any guards broken or other repairs required have thom made now a year In advance Then after you have seen that there are no nuts off or bolts lost and every thiig In good shape paint up nil tho parts that con be painted and oil ev4 rythlng that is susceptible to rust You can do fq some day When too wet to work r at odd momentii when nof buay iWoen next harvest season copies you wl be glad you did 4t because you wfil beulood and raT Cloaks Our line of Cloaks nave arrived and are now on display i Come in before the large line is picked over and we II are sure we can please you Womens 50inch Cloak in Black Brown and Castors ranging in prices ron 350 tot25 4 Comfortsi 100150 250 300 350 i i PAPERf T CARPETS Rugs and Mattings Axmmisters wpFth25for1fQ j yelvets worth 115 for95c TaiJ tries worth 9Qp for 70c Ingrains 3500 6o- cBugsranging 50c to 4 RoomRugs from 9 to S18 from 124 to 35c 0 a Gall Election STATE OF KENTUCKY ss County of Washington J August term of the Washington 4County Court ugust2G i907 This day came O WGriffsby arid filed a petition signed by twenty legal voters of Mooresyille voting precinct No 2 of Washington county Ken tuckYj and moved the court to hold an election at the next regular November election 1907 to taW the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at large on the public highways in said precinct It is therefore that he and officers of said elec tion will open the polls and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall be allowed to run at Icrge on the public highways in said precinct Copy A testrV F Booker Clk t compliance with the abo v e prder given from the Washington County Court I hereby notify the voters ol Mooresville Precinct No 2 of Washington county Ky that the will be opened on the next regular November Election day 1907 for the purpose of voting in said precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the pubic highway In said Mooresville lprecinct No2 J So QsbQuisie S Vfv C r DeWitts Carbolized Witch HozeJ salve is good for little burns nd blg burns small scratches or Jaruises and big ones It is healfntf andsoothlnEr Good for piles Sold by the Red Cross Drug Storo HE HAS 100000 3 da Moines Bachelor Begs Police t Save Him prom Women are about to overpower and marry IL J HIggins a bachelqr with 100000 who Jives in Den Moines ta So persistent has been their courtship ot him that he has culled ou Police Chief Toms for protection I want to be let alone he told Chief Toms but the women here do aot give me a chdnce to spend one sour In peace They write me letters and send me presents and skirmish Around and try to meet me I have Just ben worried so much I am losing llesh Look at me Here I am pale and thin and all worn out dodging wo men I dont want to marry and It you will protect me I shall not do it Please Mr Toms detail an officer in unifofin to protect me I want It known here that I am not to be bulldozed intomatrimony I did think fof getting injunctions against the who Jove me but look what it would cost Why it would keep all the lawyers in Des Moines b isy writing documents torn month and nboiitthe time I had the first relay served another horde would be camping on my trait Higgins is a man otmiddle age ant handsome Ha cell Donble Chicken A tiny fowl which Is practically a loublc chicken has been hatched by a izen owned by Henry Courselleof nut tend Vb It has twQ separate seta of tvlngs jour legs and n a second body Ojhe is healthy eats raY enouslyiruns about with Its mates nd Is gro lBgjrnipldiy It only UsEs on Nt Pf eia tot looOnQtion IN UNION SUITS AND BEP EAR ATE PIECES For Men Women Children Bed from Matings For ordered Sheriff polls Women around women balfof chicken v lLi d 1ii= iJ =J =Ji= =ii=1 IIT T 4t 4r Chic 1 w f tlT1 i Ull Velvet Calf lib Boot r t Swing Too 1 1fortI I ISiiTOGIII T 300 PAIR LACE CURTAST l SPECIAL RICESf tIi e Cunningham D DuncanCo1D PRINqFIELD ENTTJOEYI icI11iiCHOICE PAllSi FORSA L i i J i tJLI mileSouthi god barn well fenced Price 32000i- STo 203 Farm 100 acres good landt 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike all good land weB fenced and watered Price S50 perl acre No 204 Farm 166 aces situated 5 gooddwellinggrassPriceNo 205 Farm 130 acres situated 7 miles west of Springfield od dwelt ing and barn good corn and tobacco land all lies well Price 16 peracre 20G 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 21 barns well fenced and watered Price 3700 207 52acre farm located i 12 mIsI southwest of Springfield Good dwell outbuildingsImprovements repair Price 85000 208 12 90acre farm 4 12 mis froin Springfield all good land Sfcctoom dwelling stock and tobacco barn wire fenced All the land in a high state of cultivation and lies well Price SCO pbracre 208 100acre farm 3 12 miles from Springfield small dwelling house and good barn wire fenced and mostly in grass Price 2000 WilliSbnrgiKlic9 well Mostty in grass Price 840 per acre 210 108acre farm located miles west of Springfield Good house and barn well fenced and Watered Neat railway station Price a500 212 100acre farm located 7 miles from Springfield Good small house and barn SO acres in bluegrass Price 1500 213 380acre farm 2 12 miles from town AH lies well and is good land Good improvements of every kind fine woodland around dwelling Price 540 per acre 214 200acre farm four miles from Springfield Good improvements land all lies well Price 65 per acres 215 103acre farm located 9 Wiles northeast Springfield 35 acres of tobacco land twtf barns 30 per acre 218 2lOacre farni near Mackville most17inl 210 140acre farms 40 acres creek bottom All upland new land Small house and good tobacco barn Price I t45neracrt 220 100acre farm locatediS mileslr east of Springfield Small houseand good barn Paice 2600 r 221 10lacre farm located miles north qf Springfield All lies well good improvements 35 per acrfe Notice trIf the rs J1ibo rrqwe my box from 1bilsome tiooe ago will tre turn same I wilt batiatscft PILES L1lie 4h Es akLAN 4 222l25acre farni aI1iagmss good 4 limprovements of ererjk Price ji 50 per acre 1 i tJIIIn arMackville Ky Good iwObarns Price30fl0 r K j f r 225 140acre fanaIcafiilZliUsl from SprlngfielcLAll ff4llimkL lyinr j 1 well Good house aa yelL f22thsouth of Springfield Glniprove ments of everft kind iirk lHrbf 223 200aicre farm Jvmmt frpm Springfield Good hesebarnancIc W all other L lall lies thebestis a desirable hoe ip5 acre 229 5tfdcre farm 7 mAea fromSpringfield 1inland aillit 1iit new bain PriceJ gitrpSje f frolllSpringfieldrightonthepike Prk MBO J sHKJiJi 232240acre farJil Iik from town two good dwelli2 barns well located Price pracre acre fn5Les frei town son the pike li S rQtic dwell ing house 2 gaidfl Price 375 per acre fi234 250 acre 2 4i0 QS ffprinr fieIdr KY right otI e all grass good dwelliflf iMMtNttn UB alt liesvell icellir re It235 114 acre ana MI 7 milea from Springfieldt the pike 1weU1 236 I7aacre farm ki Miil 44f Iiandf rSpringfieldi r and barn Price f275a j ict 539 100acre famtjaite from Springfield good IHMM jiiKl barn Price 2750 per acre a t 239 210acre farm ii 1Jll ne rom ont pbegew hbtise and good barn Prke acre 240 1174C acre farm hcisil5 mildfrom Mac1tvjUetXIt WIhe pUce tgood improvemeats iilfY khsc- Price 25 per acre nlce i ge3Dd jbarnsj212 50acre 1T1t riccAtown 30 apres of c ni good four room hfr ier out 3 Prlcet2t 243 S5adre farm gOiISe ancl barn Pritel7ifLtr HcELROY HART llHReal Estate nrd Insurance4itS o pLi11 1 cutting Msclty oblig CoNiAD BhJIJErP4 diiSIsg kwmfBd outbuildi 233140 HOgSt rifk4cji mlleat Mackville buildings t 1IIL 1 J f i fr1iMrs s wsst tbs un rlad will pahintin- g i i oa tkilk ftra- sl4LlhW if lWUIb4j fT tit JJL = BURTON HWDENT DENTIST T7N EXTRACTED f rTMOUT PAIN t i Y g1 k W IflGr1raD ire AU Dtfrtml Work Strictly 1 jFkakllj DRAjCMUDfaid S Ofh fentif 8 to 9 a i I lto2pm OftoMfef HaTdoc i Drugstore fatLOI M D kitllOeri4iie pSc N L Jt wwcc H aa WGR1GBY V ATtO1IIEYATLAW oyrPs ktPRflFLIth KY E rBLJBzD6 MwEYATT- ll Qosor ftjoduu u4 C 1rlIacans grQ o rr opposite Iftsbybria cbchM DriW WRii PYN AWD SURGEON g o ocHadon M Bobtrt I PlIOIt Store PlOffic 115 f Eesidence 172 4 iiJ MAYE- SFUliiI ilHECTOR tlll UCEISEnEMBAlMER TELEPHONE tAr if IQHT 74 SPfflGFIEtD n 1 iaiirgl Schedule t i yollbwing iIa to time hed1l1eIi MewlkltftcJi pa the Bardstown berdbach rilrOth- No 41 Leayes Louisville atIi iSO PM i Bardstown JnnctioL 521 p W Bardstown 606 pndrrlt iai Spriigneld 705 pmll No 42Letvtpringfie1d 180 s 1 i Bard tw JJ07 alm- B r4 fowG Junction 650 am arrives at Louisville 740 am v JfOel 41r3jeave Louisville at r 820 am fiardstown Junction i l V10fhi Bardstown 1100 a m pmi644 i liQapM Bard8 n220pmIBarcMOwn Junotion 485 pm amyesat Louisville 545 pm Ko 90 Sundays only Leaves Spcia4e1d at 715 am Bards towtf i ara Bardstbwn Junction- S aiMi1 arrives at Louisville it No91 Sundays onlyJLeavee Loeierille at 6 p nBard town Jrniwtk t 645 pm Bardstown 70pit arrive at Springfield B5Lt KILL TBR COUCH OURETttt LUNCS WITH Dr Kings buv Discov IJ c8 Br Ms PX1CX k 10 1 M MiIOATAOLVNSflIWSL15 IA3IXTUD SATIIPAQrOzl 92XT UTUXDID- t o Jar on Market t J t b i4Jsper Whallen formerly j trit4 r Rio Kearns O Lba 4inoi 1 ill now associated with wmitH1Market Street betw4ea 3rd and 4th Louisville- jWecordia11ylCt invite our fnind your friends to call o Wlen in the city an- datl to lf sorders for itny goods Y9itYFiiDeed t l9 1i Whiskies 22to 4 prGii Bottled in bond 100 tpercase F iJip tti all point from c LllyUfe House or fom 428 Ia sJState Street New Al- I A 1nalit pW L Smith t ot iro1r Taxes Now save t I kIpaJin o iYBt1 zes w I J bitWuk I f ooohoWN Local Happenings or Interest The Freshest lirtd Latest t AIIAb utYurieIT FrI sd- sII d uatc1VR11iiiTlqlJr1umJc 1 ncpritii Fruit Jars at cost lAwrencas grocers I have a young cowand calf for sale Dr John Deboe Molasses kegs 5 gal 80 cents Lawrences grocery j Pjpf George Cdlyin hag moved inOhJ new house on Grrundyi avenue ilr J H ifcClure will move into the Hodapp house on Grun dy avenue the day after election I have for sale a registers Englisk Berkshire boar Js B Robertson j FOR SALE Red Berkshire sow and nine pigs SB O Walker iJ j Lard cans and Lrdtubso and 1Q gal 15 and 20c each at Lawrence grocery I Dr J B RoBards sold his dwelling on Main Cross treet toI Mrs John Y Mayes for 2700 4ts Johnsons cook book a What to cook and how to cook itst for sale with Miss Annie I Mayes I The young men of town will i give a masquerade skating party n Halloween night at the Oper House l t The ladies of the Christian church were very successful financially as the result of court i day dinner Monday They re alized about 150 t t Elsewhere in this issue will be found the programme of the Washington county S S Con vention to be neld at Texas Ky Nov 7th Let eyery school in the conn ty arrange to be repre i sented Bey W F Rogers will preach at tbeChrLtianchurch Saturday night Sundaymorning and Sun ay night All are verycordial ly invited His subject Sunday j morning wi1loec How shall weii Vote j STRAYED Prom my place last Sundry night a bay weanling mare mule with blaok i stripe across itsshoulder Any information will be rewarded by Mrs Ella Taylor r f d No1J Willisburg Ky Please you who have books of mine return them Eachone has a number on inside of front back and I have your name and number You have kept them longer than usualrJ H LAMPTON People you know here in jSpringfield will tell you that Mioca cures all forms of In jiigestiont and stomach trouble Ask the Red Gross Drug Store to show you the strong gurantee given with every SOc box 1 Mrs WA Johnson who has just closed a term of cooking lessons left Wednesday for Mid dlesboro where a large class has been secured Mrs Johnson understands her profession thoroughly and the class sheotaught here was not sufflcintly large to make her work yery profitable Each member felt more thanre paid in the instruction received The rugnlar October term of circuit court opened here on Monday The juries were or ganized and instructed by Judge Thu rman who charged the grand jury to investigate particularly any report of violations of the ocal option lawsj The Common wealth docket Was gone over on Tuesday and a few cases of minor importance disposed of C A Thompson was fined 100 for ehterlug his saloon on elec tion dirof last year W L Cambron was found not guilty of the chaVga of sel liifg liquor to an inebrlat9 Jack Lewis a colored youth wasrcaught orcaking into the grocery and restaurant of Sing lItkki 1 vianon last Friday night payicpn the proprietor of the place was on wfctch at his gk re and fired at the Amateur bar lar juost as he was getting throUgh a window The 1uhliL- t41tw wild and so did the negro He was reccIMd however and WM captain d Met jAorolBK ani j1 Hssstcb- SJ1OS 14h oter io the grsa4 Jury The Mifro V u4ectet MW the jpnncipal IB several auall robberiee irhich u TOPICS 1 i I MM have been cammitted in t6wnre- cently We want every one suffering with catarrh to call and let us lexplanhow easy it is to be by Hyomei Complete outfit only 100 and we will re fund the money fit does not cure Sold by the Red Cross ijrug Store v TaylorBodine Mrs Ella Taylor and Mr George Bodine of Maud went to liouisville last Wednesday October 23and were quietly married at the Fifjbh Avenue Hotel Bishop Morrison per formed the ceremony Mrs Taylor is a daughter of MrT James Hayes of Maple Hill Mr Bodine is a prominent farmer of the same neighborhood Tragic Death lLast Saturday afternoon about 8 oclock Harry the five yearold son of Mr and MrsTw A Spalding of BardsUwn met tragic death 4 A wagon loaded with whisky barrels with an em pty wagon trailing behind it was passing Mr Spaldings home where the little fellow was laying tie ran into the street and got on the tongue of the trailing wagon and lost his balance fall ing to the street The wheels of the wagon ran over the cnilds head crushing the skull causing death Miss Bertha Haydon ran into the street and picked up the body and carried it into the house but nothing could he done to restore life The funeral oc curred Monday morning Mr and Mrs Lloyd Haydon N r and Mrs C Haydon and Miss Liz zie Haydon brothers and sister of Mrs Spalding attended the funeral from herev Death of Young Man Augusitus Punk sOn qf Mr J W Funk the well known farmer of tile Pleasant Run njeighbor hood died at the honie of his father on Sunday night after an illness of three weeks of typhoid fever The deceased was 22 years of age and an excellent young man He was steady and industrious and was a general favorite with everybody The funeral took place atBethlehem ohurch on Tuesday and was largely attended FASHIONABLE MILLINERY New hats are received each week in all the popular shades of color and new styles Our trimming de partment is up to date and we can suit you in style and price Williams Sunday School l Convention Program Of the Washington Coun ty Sunday School Convention at Texas Ky Nov 7th J907 630 a m song and devotion ser vice Rev R E C Lawson 955 a m appointment of nomina ting committee yy the president 1000 a mt The true aIn of Sunday School work G W Lyon 1030 a m Relation of pastor to the Sunday School Hon W F Nei kirk and Rev J W Campbell 1110 a m Song 1120 a m General discussion of the following topics led by State Sec Prof E A4oxTeacher train ing House to house visitation Home department primary 1215 p m Recess Afternoon 130 p mil Song and prayer ser viceC D Pope 145 p m Report of county secretary and treasury Miss Ella Shaunty 200 p m How to awakeh and mantain interest In bible study Rev W H Williams 230 p m Whatwe ate striving to acoomplish in State Sec E A Fox 33p m Ceport icommittee 345 p mt Adjournment Notice Having made arrangements to leave Springfield as soon as Ii cn close out my business which may bein a few days wilt ask all persons knowing themselves indebted to ma to Call at tn e and settle t acc4iiiipwhicU MI 7 lectitnaJaM JiaJ Ibf poiwy ip dbiM Rpm t jfc i fl8lL Thankinic jou loricypaf pamtlsvcoll Wi Pi Lawe i Ladles and Misses iii i i Stylish HatsjIi1 1 My Stock of Dress and Tailored Hatsis l very attractive in style and price Itl ttINew Goods are received every week 1 = Trimming done to order at t 11 IIMissj KnottI41ft FfERSONPL Mrs Theaesa Cloyd returned from Louisville on yafter i visiting friends several weeks i Miss Jennie Leachman and Mr Leslie Adams spent Satur day and Sunday Harradsburg The approching marriage of Miss Lydia Thomas Duncan tQ Mr Alexander Lewis has peen announced by JenkJDsI Mrs G D Duncan tbbesoleni nized November 27tli at their hoffie Miss Duncar is one oJc the most poptlaryoung ladies of lacal society and is a general j fayorite Mr Jenkins is instructor cjf mechanical engineer ling in th1 University of Cincinnati f iMr an Mrs Hugh McElroy left yeste dayto spend a week in Louisville with their sister Mrs Emmet F eld after which they will retuni to their home in Kan srs Cty Mrs S B Thompson has returned home after a visit toI friends in Danville and Lexing ton Misses Mary Bpldrick and Wilford Spalding of Lebanon spent Tuesday with relatives here j Mr Ed Abell of Bardstown spent onday here Messrs C L Price and John Grace were in Lebahou one day last week Misses Nell arid Jennie Green have returned home after a very pleasant visit to Miss Effie Thur mond of Danville Mr George Robertson Srt is oa the sick list v Mr John Spalding of Bards town spent Sunday with rea911 tiveshere Mr C C McGill of Lebanon spent a few days last week with his brother S C McGill near townJMiss Bertha Hay on has re turned home after a visit to her siste Mrs Tom Spalding of Bardstown i Jj Miss Bessie Bilp of Lebanon r spent a few days last week with relativ herei Mr Will Huston of Maud was here one day last Xveek on busi ness t Mr Howard M Moss was in Louisville a few days this week Mrs T B Blandford visited Miss Lula Timmons in Lebanon this week Mrs Bettie Hord of Prince tori is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs Gwinn Marks returned Monday from Winche tef and Paris where they visi ted friends Mrs J GPhillips of Lebanon spent Saturday and Suaday with Mrs A R ihftz Mrs Belle Davis and daughter Virginia are guests of Dr aid Mrs JB RoBards Messrs John M and H B Cox of Casey county whoP are I CuntYjpJ plsasant call on Monday Miss Bessie Settles of Maud spent Monday in town with friends lIMiss Laura Sbjehan of Nelson county spent Monday with the family otMrRpBOblitt Mrs Winchester Phillijs of Lebanon has returned hormafIf a Visit to friends here Mr Leslie Bottoms of MacTc yule wasin town the first of the week Jim McLaughlin who now be longs to Uncle Sams navv and who has been in Atlantic waters is bt home on a short iylougb He expects to start soon on a 1 tour around the world fronlPouilvili itYIlgjyisUi Mr and Mrs H1it are JJ 4viiUgi Mr Frank Curry of Harrods burg was here Friday and sold Mr W P Lawrence in Harrodsbuaer where he ex pects to move soon and engage in business Messos E S Mayes and J H McClure tire in Cincinnati on business Mr H M Grundy and uncle MrK B L McElroy of Kansas City spent Sunday at Bloom tield with relatives Mrs Chas C McChord and daughter Miss Margurite left yesterday for Louisville where Miss McChord will attend school Mrs McCbord will be atthe Seelbach fora few days Mrs C N Cooper returned from Bardstown Junction vesttr day Miss Lfzzie Haydon is with her sister Mrs T AV Spalding of B rdstown Mrs Jams C Cheschier of Ft Scott Kansas is visiting her mother Mrs Mollie Mayes Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell spent Wednesday iin Louisville Miss Bessie Campbell is in Lebanon to attend the flollo wen dance GrifI fin Spring spent the latte part of last week here IOU ifever baVe any trouble to gey children to take Kennedys Laxatiye Cough Syrup They like if because t tastes nearjy like mapel sugar Kennedys laxative Cough syrup is a ale sure and prompt jemedy for jujfbs and colds and is good for very member oi the family Sold 1 Cress Drug Story STRONG RESOLUTIONS Passed By the Republicanl Committee Against Vote Buying and the Use of Whisky At a meeting of the Republ can Campaign Committee ofI Washington County held in Springfield Oct 29th 1907 the following resolutionsi were adopted Believing as we do that the safety of our government andl perpetuity of our free institution l depends to a very great extent on free and uiitramel dexpres Ion of the will of the people at th6 polls and believing that no practice is more pernicious or more subversive of the rights of the neople than that of buying and selling votes and using whisky to influence yotors Resolved that as the Campaignl and county Committee off the Republican party of Washington county we denounce the use of whisky or money in this election and pledge ourselves to do all in our porter to prevent itand call upon all good citizens in this county to join with us and assist inbreaking up a practice that has done so much to disgrace andcorrupt voters Resolved that we will pay a reward of50 for the apprehen sion and conviction of anyone found guilty in this county of buving a vote at this election or using whisky to influence voter in this county F Grigsby Chairman A M Duncan Secretary + 3fe For SalePrivat IY Having sold my home proper ty wiUnow offer for sale privately my stock of ding fixtures Groceriesi i llaundry agenciesaAlong with this sale goes the least on store room and cold 1SIorlel makingverv cheap rent nd Avery desirable point to do t Business Fpc particulars call o or addresi WJt LAOE Sprkgfie1daI 1f f A CARD Mr W a Barlow Denies Certain Charges Brought By Mr McChord Editor of News Leader May I ask publication in your paper of thd fats Herein My opponent Mr McChord bas been please to refer tome dumper and to charge sJhad pooled only a part of crop Lass year 1 raised tobacco myself and therefore hud none to pool JThis year I have pooled every stalk I raised and any statement that Mr McChord may make t the contrary is untrue ard is only in tended to put me in a false light before the tobacco growers of the county I am a member of the union because I believe that we farmers must combine for our protectidn And I shalLcon tinue to work for its success whether I Wloor lose in this race I do ntbelieve that poll tics should be allowed to enter into our order nor do I believe that any man who is Its real- fr1endwo1d f be willing to di stroy it justto gratify his politi cal ambitions I ask you farmers which has thq skcerest interest in the success ofthepobl the farmer whose crop is in it and who expects to continue to raise ani iool or the lawyer who has not raised aud who does not ex pect to raise a single stalk I pled ethefarmers that if J am elected their representative I shall vote for ever measure that is for their interest That shall bJmy sole duty as a mem ber nor shall I be under obliga tions to protect any corporation whether a Tobacco Trust or a Kailroad Cdmipany Mr McChjrd also clargea that Ii am not the nominee of my party I w snot a candi date for this nomination I did not have any petitions circulated in my behalf I refused even toaccept the nomination when a regular conventions offered it to lYe I wanted some younger man to make the race But niy1 friends weIe so insistent and the demand was so general that I did not feel L could refuse such a call I have always been con tent to be a republican voter and never sought to be a candi date I havevettQ find a fepub lican who questions my right to the nomination or who dOes not admit that it expresseS the ct ill of the party Mr McChord can certainly testify to the truth of this After his threats were in vain to prevent the Republicans Of the county from giving him opposition he then tried to have the State committee prevent it but in both quarters he failed These points are made by Mr McOhord to cover his own re cord and to confuse the issues I shall not vote for Beckham for Senator I shall vote for every legislation regulating the L N railroad freight rates or passe gerrtes I shall vote for a better revenue and tax system shall consider Jt my duty to representt1w farmers interests and I believe that without claim lug to haye written all the Jaws in the statue books I can jatfleast know when a bill is up for the farmers good and shall vote for such W B BARLOW For Ckromc Moea While in ibe array in 1863 J vas taken with chronic diarrhoea4 says George M Feltbn of South Gibsoa Pa I have slqce tried many reme des but without any permanent ie Hef until MrA W Miles of this place peasaaded me to try ChaAber laihs Colic Cholera und Diarrhoea Remedy One bottle of which stopped it at hce For sale by Hadont Robertson J FbiSale Privately r I will offer for sale private the cottage adjoining the prop erfcy I sold to W T Lpachnian The house is new and in good repair 4 For particulars and price call on or address W P iJHwrence Springfield Ky When onensi ebreath is due to catarrh the usual cause breathe Hyomei Kills all catarfnal germs so that the breathe becomes sweetas a babes A Hyomei outfit costs 100 if it helps nothing ifpit fails Sold by the BedCros Drug Store f i THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles acid by all druggists or twp Onthls treatment by mail for V D- rEW Hall 2926 Olive rit St Louis Sand for TliVcky 1stioUl l rj U 1t f pM t r- II Merode ishdiJn Iderwear iI FII IFor toJ 1I I J tW ttThe above brands are the beet that it M poMc to Merode Underwear cQmes m wool rl n IIlet and Fleeced Cotton The fitrmwtos m + made and finished We are sole mata z for this well known I Underwear and lfoiCryrJ ito Our stock of Men and Boys I Underwear j is very large arid we can please you iivbotk qvdlty and price Boys Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers each Mens heayyr Fleeced Shirts Draw II25c 50c Boys Union Suits 25c atti SOc also have the finer grades 75c to 150 esvok SPECTIAL l tr Ladies Fleeced Ribbed Shirts and I Drawers 25GEach If 6 this is a bargain AJ J GirisQood iji T IIand Hose IGc ani J5c I The R bertsonelaYbrOOeGOj INCORPORATED S 1Ii iiI tHORSE BLANIETS lrffTf- TI t to The ceTebrafed I f f 5 1fri c L f itif j Jhe most reliable BlankjBtniack I Burlap lined andaidlied IwooInI1 andwIIlstkyonLiyjI J = Turn file Wick asbhasyoucthoeseT M low thateaIlsMiyLwcltu7si PDUJX11 TT- OiIeaIerN i LJ carry k aout HlcaN for M 5II1 a fJ t IIYoucai japa fORt hokb vd 4 qaarts 9 Kowrt WMHatarfT lhmLr k I h Tc AVh LamPIidddtl2r I tAlwitere V t tifht to MM leYi or itby M le jjf br aickel bunrtr JprIaMt oe LM oW c7 ipM ST It J J ITo feoue iste plteMnt jrtfiunffkta ef the csa4ts rill 1Nrr as whea iM 4iUreiathlIy ia in PSt fe health fjfcbUeof Oriiifr lUxa live uctlMce It will cure evtry ate mWc of tM famtty of ostipatliCk ur 11T Maebtro er Ssd 1ti tfc 1 r tore Jr= I w t fHand 7 danget MJroajpljHtM theres M Jmet Thrfi becauie die moittieM derioe or l Ipsd JLitjbunAf sickeL Evety ti briCtet i Eva supply Perfection 0iHMer Ra CWHPANY thaawner tntttS1 Fin and each FNttaOriS TREES 8hpbsVGap Vine AlPiriMJi ziudt Catalogue on aPLri1 f NILLENMEYER a SONi- Lexington KJ I f- i MAKE IT UP 1 s i81 Here I Mio e 1 P1 cE u ct i IrILI + 4 4 j j Ttwn ksomach Rbsumattem t l- r lam mf oar Wei ighborhcx now dishy lllefOlkwJJ K advice by an enta t Mthoritr who write v 1V irr+tm of large Ensterr r i Brilfiji win be highly ap jinfrtiSfid by those who suffer GJrm MAY food pharmacy aa slf ottfles Piiid Extract Utioaoae ounce Compound Kwfc vfCom f tdi iHti Sjrwp Sarsaparilla items these well iii ti bottle and ttak a teeepoonfal dose after J tit jseai sad at bedtimejTalso dms plenty of good water Itfct claimed tliat there ar i we tf victims of this dreaded iaM octttro cUssse who will JWIl islrti TsMJ reliefin this t sisifts Doemrde mixture in l o tqates a permanent cure is ti e Jhl alt diI10 of eireieiftben and cleanse the slim ir Jhnativt taat Hrof the Kidneys to tf thaVifeey can filter and strain t freeatbe blood and systemtbe poi acids and waste matte whickcaise not only Rhenraa t Hbut nuffierous other dif sates Every manor woman Bert wKoleels Wtjat their kidneys t ark liAt hKlth ysor who suffers from any urinar A Vfroebls whstever should no fcesiiaVe tor make up this mixtnrI IiI certain to domuch good ua say save you from maci misery and suffering after while r Oiir home driggiste say theyj V iiirl ther supply the ingredients y or mir the prescription ready t4 take if our readers askthem 1 J j s Srtw irnfiiisr tion Problem jj JA i result of Its Investigations r congressional1lnmisJ lku cpwrateslon which has spent sevj erafi months In European countries will recommend changes in twisting Iawtf with a view to abating Immlgra tiaievlls Senator William P Dllllngham or j yerpwat chalrjnan of the conimfssloi skiag of the work done said Tthi- qwHrtloa of pr renting the coming of erijBfoal classes into the United State j fcaiffceent a cfitef subject of Investlgs lion ya subcommittee and imports t r J ireoWHmeadatlons on this matter wI M iMde to cqngress Ciie chief causes of emigration fro IS Jtwepe are a widespread knowledge the labor is more generously reward 1 ITHiIilAkP DIMJNGHAiL ed JR JLnjerlcn tliim nt home the id IT e aiuJ financial assistance of re a Jyt audv friends who have alma 5 migrated ind the persistent aetlvHj of agents selling steamship tickets e IJtM the fact that soliciting emlgia ttoftle prohibited by the law In Wen ly irery European country and by our rritlla mlgrallon Jasu r fJkw ator Dllllugham Is a native of tie Green Mountain State and Is six y t twt Sear oldfHe was governor of flies state 188890 and in 1900 was ele t1 W senator to fill the vacancy eau t yy the ikatl of Justin S MorrlH Io t 1Ras elected fee the Mull term In 1902 rtattdrr 1 ti jbrtyH jeiit grades of dalvy srll e ir mtlriiiitdalil tjie j1 kf TJdlmerunstes g d destrallewJwateted The salt be sprinkled on x 0M butter white jit in the churn a rere4ve un a few times betitr ffatbered and r How Jit tit il convtolent for ac becomeZuPll B pd finish work k rtrAlvlgg Jn tho churn tat1tiMt Bulletin Indiana Sta Beet Fertilizers For Fruit H very many cases potash fertlllzerB fcare decidedly Improved lie qualities itf fnilts In nearly all cases when fst tthe percentage of this elementl tan bees raieed the change has been inpaHtea JYa8 increase of sugar a ecr ayeof add Other things jUJwr e Ltntl the fruit with the largest eotage of sugar will bring the et ptJeeV In addltlnr leas dcsJr r asktieit rnap litaught up to 1 ttstoer sbndertll thtrsgtvin Taltie to WIne gene qunlitj as JiardDtjs jUI x ltinsRound EyesJ1h t TWOI CYCLING I i CROWS they Pedal Bike Thirt Y two and Onehalf Miles PROVED BY CYCLOMETER Hirds Rider Until Exhausted When They Are Relieved by Wheels Owner Who Christens One Roosevelt the Other Dr Long JX S Faber ofPeapack N J writes to the editor of the New York Tlmee as follows As there seems to be so much attea flog lately given to nature fakirs and naCure pro and con I am taking the liberty of describing to the Times the following Idcldent which at the time and seer smce has appeared to me to be a trifle oufpf the ordinary Mile out ota farm near the me tropolis of Peapack N J on a recent afternoon I was behind the barn clean Tnl7t KEPT THE WHEEL BEVOLYINO lug uiy bicycle In the nearby meadow7 Is a clump of scrub oak trees and thes at the time were used as a rest Ing place by a flock of crows IEvl dently the dry weather and a lack of food had made them bolder than uaual for when I threw them a fewj crumbs tt my lunch they How down and de oared It greedily Sly wheel I had reversed resting It on its handle bars and saddle the better t6 get at the spokes etc Having finished the lean ing I left It asit was throwing the remainder of my lunch on the ground and went Into the barn As 1 entered I glanced bfhlnd me andUrsa snrx prised to obsec e one of tfie crows al most Immediately followedby another swoop down toward the bicycle evi dently intent upon getting the remains of my lunch He Huton the right pedal of the machine which happened to be up but his weight was such that he caused it to make tf half turn anti crowllit on the left pedal which was now up and his Impetus was such that he now also made h bait turn thus bring ing the first crow up agaIn This ono Wen hunched himself In his endeav or to fly sift but this very hunch has sufficient to cause his pedal to sink down This operation was then repented by the left pedal crow in turn and so they kept the wheel revolving and seemingly were unable to leave It I watched them for a half hour and when I returned at sundown they vere still at it I dislike to see any one work too hard so I stopped the wheel by grasp Ing the tire The tWq birds were so exhausted that they fell to the ground rind I easily picked them up but after giving them a little food and water they appeared as well as ever There iwere bands In the barn and dlsg one of them Roosevelt and the other Dr Long I fastened one to each of the birds and let them fly Upon looking at the cyclometer which was attached to the rear wheel I saw that It registered thlrts two and a half miles more than when I last noted it Now some students of na ture may doubt the above but to con vince them I shall be pleased to show them the wheel and its cyclometer also Peapack the farm the barn the meadow and the clump of oaks The birds of course hove flown away but no doubt with a little salt they could be recaptured The Farm Tool final A good farmer needs good tools Etna good tools deserve a good tool house which means one with plenty of room to use the tools as well as to keep them bandy and safe A large well stocked tool house goes far to solve the raIn Say problem If the farmer and bls man are Bandy with tools there will be plenty of work for all weathers and at all times of the year Almost any tody may easily ecome a good enough cajrpenter blacksmith painter harness maker and plumberthatl18 good enough fcr farm emergencies and for aye of time that would otherwise be wasted Lack of convenient tools and place to ufce them Is all that prevents saving maya dollar America i Culr Hu tmo 3TW ddr eoashcontinus ha 7+ is exb utdstdyoor powers OTrenstance eakdTake Scotfj Emulsion tt budds up and itargttgthemyour irtir iy iM It contains Cod Lfocr OilandHyynplin yiiito prepared that iH is easy to tab and easy to difwlI t- ALL DRUGCISTSi M pro ttee i i Tlw tai pecuKar io nwncn take different forms- Some VKM suffer every month from dark rings round their eyes blotches on their skin and uret fem Others suitor Sfoates of pthL thafnrords can hardly express Wkttiever KM jynptoau remember there Is one medicine that viS go beyond mere symptorrisand actoa tilt CMIa OI tflek IfoubI t81ftlklOld orpns Wine of Cardui etetis1Lt1P1omofII I I WRItE US A LETf- ERr syr Itltrsaa za aswater feveral examples of a sootogkal s trpeedllydrowned JJMt been added to the collection at Re gents park This the African walk tag fish which spends the greater part ot its existence upon the meld banks of tioplcal rivers tIts method of progreeeloa has beets described by naturalists as ef the bop kip and jump variety and whem Journeying Inland aa it does Aver MR distances it climbs by means of the etenlntotio1DaeersNba ef 1is PjnramUfl The Egyptian pyramids will prob ably lose much of their magnificent an legendary appearance the near future The Egyptian government baa given permlMlon for the erection of homes and hotels In the vast plain tretchlng from Eskeblch to the NUt and covered with the ancient sphinxes And fltructuree Already several BO cletiee have been tormedto avail themselves of the picturesque yiew for the building of large hotels All around the pyramids of Ghleeh there are ta be erected real American kyscraperi from nine to ten stories In height The Red Mams 9lgm tmm Indian chiefs treating with the gov rnment now have to append theli thumb prints to the documents Instead of cross marks aa hitherto The reason rergndlatet tf treaty between the government and the Umatilla Indians of Wash ngton to nllow cattle to croa the Indian resep ration unharmed iJhlcagoaouraftl r AploleaA sta lion contains the following interesting Infonnatlon about the origin of several of the different varieties of apples As in the case of pears the Newtown regardednatedasJY chance seedling nearly 200 years ago Because of Its better adap tntlon t6 the climate the apple was much widely grown than the P ear r and the production of new vane ties from seed was very common Un HI very recently however the varie ties were usually the result of chance The Baldwjn which was found In eastern Massachusetts In 1742 took Its name from Colonel Baldwin who first brought It into general notice The Nerthern Spy erlgl atlBg near Boches ter N Y about 1800 the Boxbury Russell the Jonathan and in short most of the older commercial aarfetiea came about ia this way Eastern League Affaito The following is a full list of Eastern league players who have been either Bold or drafted by the major leagues this season McCarthy of Newark by Cincinnati Kelley and Thoney of To onto by the Boston Nationals Lake of Jersey City by the New York Amer Jeans Foxen and Clement of Jersey City by the Philadelphia Nationals and Hall and Burchell of Baltimore by the Boston Amer4rj ul he and Rovlsera MD Yrrraxt Dieters C AID DiultlubI t Sanitation Thomas Darlington MD R RellampfiD tAxrlrxatlox A Flint Jr MD ffrart Blcm- HubcrgAM MD Slit Dittatn- J C Johnson AM MD CMUrtn C G Kerley MD BUrs Stiiigr G A D Rockwell AM Paiitnt r E E Smith MD- CatarrJk S H AdnllrralirxN CtfFt1oiJS LijrGSaxitatioxDSir H hart MD LifStewartE Write to4 yfer free copy of vataabte 64Me ntactratet Book for W Mn If yoJ M 4 Med weleesAdnes Net Quite ClearrA well known clergyman of Boston was once talking to sumo friends with ference to the desirability of Chron ologlcal coherence In Ideas In the form af written statements when he 011 erveX that there are times whey this method becomes a trifle too sugges five For IInVtance said the face hearda minister In New Hjimp shire make is usual Sunday jiiiorniug announcements us follows uThe funeral of the late and much lamented sexton takes place on ANed nesday afternoon t 3 oclock Thanksgiving services will be held In this chapel on Thursday me ruing t 1 oclock LipplncdttTs w Tf 1Fer Army ea An army general order been Is minlnlDldeatiflCation half dollar and ofsql ble thl esx ttamped with the n me rank pa ay regiment or corps of the wearer will be worn by each officer and enlcrt ed man of United Sftes arm whenever the ield kit Is worn says the Washington Post The tag will be mspended from the neck underneath file do Ing and Is prescribed as a part of the uniform and when not worn as dire ed In the order will be habitually kept in the possession of the owner The tag will be Issued by the quarter masters department gratuitously to enlisted men and at cost price to of ficers After the Entertainment She has magnificent flat said ene but it is badly arranged Tho parlor Is too far from the dlnln room The wall paper is beauti ult remarked another but the girt ires are abominable Itla a Ipity to n in beau tiful walls She has a lot of elegant bound books said still another lib t Zd be willing to wager a fivo that none of the leaves are cut In other words said the i inn who looksOn she has been awe Uy goo3 to us She has taken pains o renter lain us Let us roast herNets York Press w Unloaded on ihj Ragman ScribblesCongrntltite me old man I got rid of all my manuscript last weokDrihblesTh It hood What did fouget for themI Scribbles How much do you sup ApseDribbleshavent the least idea Scribbles I got 2 cents a pound Chicago News Tne Stone Win Not Thrown Genevleves father occupied the pal pit Let him who Is without sin among yon he Jirstlo cast a stone he chose for a text Genevieve listened earnestly to the ensuing discourse At the close of the service her mother tried in vale to dislodge her from the ministerial pew Genevfeve stood her ground till the rest of thd congregation had passed out then she looked up wltbajlgb of relief Well she said I guess theyve all sinned Anyhow nobody threw ltNow York itAbe if e EVHalt Leather Style Binding 1 HE GAINED HIS P01I Td Do It the Actor Spoiled the Play and Lest His Position An American actresswho had toured experIencesn amusedherIIa a play produced in the provinces there Is n scene In which the hero strikes the villain who slinks strap without seeking to defend himself O eigbt in a large manufacturing tohtb ypung fellow who played the deep dyed scoundrel remarked to the leading man before the curtain rose 1 ally old chap Ive got my flan ee out In front tonight with her father and mother NQW of course they dont know anything about our business and Im afraid it would rather hurt me with them If I received a blow and got slung Inthfe usual cowardly fashion So pear old chap cant you omit the blow tonight But my boy the management will line the 2 ahllllngsr Welt Ill pay the fine Oh yes Thats all very well for you but what do I get out of It Wothlug but bad trams with the pow e3 that be v Oh well Ill give yon 2 shillings extra or better yet yon hit roe as asual and Ill hit back Theyll fine me ntft you and Ill give you the 2 shillings sides You see how Im slt gelled I shouldnt like the girl to mix me up wlflVthe character I play Out elders are s funny that way So the compact was melds and that night wiien thehero cried Sir Daniel Deepwa eror of that sort base pffsprlng oY a noble race take that Sir Daniel ndt only took that but gave It back wit such force that the pit in cheers roseVt him Inclnd ing his relatives to be hy marriage and walked off the stage In triumph I am sorry to add he lost his situa tfon but he gamed his point r Don Quixote Many grown people as well as A and girls are puzzled about the correct pronunciation of the famous Don Quix otes name The Spanish methoav which some cultivated persons follow usaketoon the second syllable and the finale us a In senate All the best au thorltles however ftefer the an llclz ed method i kcott wIth the accent tbeWordAn Old Time Game The leader says went shopping lianghtVegan waftstorto another from the dry goods store from the baker etc The responses must be given quickly The penultj Is to take the place of the leader IBaconbreakfast on 10 manner dish Is pre Fry thin slices of bacqii n light brown but not crisp Place two strips of bacon on each slice of toast lay In a pan break over each slice of toast an egg ant bake for a few minutes IIOME LIBRAId The Final Household Encyclopedia of Medicine Disease Sanitation Hygiene Physical Culture and Long Life J r JTHE GREATEST e THING IN LIFE Health beingthe greatest thing in life it is astonishing that the one necessary reference work has not long ago been written especially since the last generation has seen such revolutions in medicine i surgery and 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