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MACAMKS Meet rj 1 I1 i i jr eachmo J i TMB ORIGINAL QUUCOUGHSYRUPp 1or iIIaII UsiiIIIiIc trol y tM wfI1DtM ougL eonst4pfttfa n1nrQlMl IIAenned Tr s IES phi It 4 L K rii t f lit IIfIIII- IQWATtYE E HONTNII PlT1aaz0 Dwn niMn1 II w IJiEI WS=L13ADER4r ItTSYOL I907i k iI SeaateHoa Wednesday aTat Preachisr e1l1waskii ji HH isisEflITORIALI jj IH 1 MM Our readers will doubtless be surprised that the editor of the News Leader is still aole to sit ujpand pen a few lines and to make a few observations w g admit that by all of the laws cf war weshould have been com pletely annihilated afterfeceiv lug the full force of that deadly broadside which belched forth tIrom the guns of the Sun by direction of Editorcandidate fGore in its issue of last week r Getieral Gore exhibited corisld enable shrewdness in his plan df battle by timing his final broad side so that in the regular course of events there could benoJ return fire untir fter the main battle in which his political des tiny was to be settled had beer fougbtanddecidedHowever to be anni hilated without some show off resistance Mr Gore has seen tit to dodge the issues of the political campaign and has made the editor of the NewsLeader an iHueSo be it tVeare ai much candidate now after the election as we were before andi therefore ae much of an issue Smarting under some perfectly legitimate criticism such as any man who puts himself up for political office might expect Brother Goreloses bs head and proceeds to deyote some seven 1 or eight columns of valuable space in his paper to what he cOhsidersour shortcomings in the past at the same time de manding otus an outliue of ou future conduct Hours before this article reaches the eyes of our readers the resulL ol the eleclipn in Ken i tubky und Washington count will have been known and bu- ttp the fact ttat we decline to letpass unchallenged some ma tkiausmirepresentations con tained in the last issue of the Suir his article f night neve have bfen writtei Brother Gor quotes the Scripture ac cuses us of yiolating the Ten Commandments thatof Bearing ing false witness against thy neighborVbecause of a criticism of the manner in which he ob timed his nomination for State- S atrThe details of thi s piece of political trckery are known to many of the voters of Washington county We have refrained from giving them al though they would have made iinteresting reading and perhaps would have had their affect However since Mr Gore has seen fit to accuse us of bearing false witness we win proceed bri fly to give the facts in that transaction As the time ap proacbed for selecting a Demo craic candidate for State Sena tor tberewerethree aspirants for the honor which finally narrowed down to two viz Mr Gore and Mr C R Bosley The usuu manner jof making the nomina lion was suggested by Mr Bos Ipy who was in favor of either a primary or convenion but Mr Gore it seems did not take kindly to this method He had apian which would beat the old method a block He had probably learned it down inLaRuecounty He proposes aftereceral da3 rs of drlay and parleying to leave the choosing of the candidate to the county committee of which GORE WAS HIMSELF CHAIRMAN Mr Bosley with that confidence Which expects a square deal irom everybody and which commendable iin any man but i a poor asset in modern politics finally consented to the arrangement The result was scon an nounced to Mr Bosey who a cepted the situation Another pont objected to and for which we are accused of breaking some moire of the com wandmentsiswhere wa sa uthat thei actnn ofthit dounty committee in noraina eracaDdid le1t8rebarredtI For years feiri ki ben a tactic u n dertten Hliq pijcfndof uowrittei n pallw Aft the democrat of this Mmajial district tithe thrse WIi U r ylor S HpaOi t isle in fatnt Sta This w W uhi 1Jty S tIiu4 HMMM i afterMr Gores committee bad named him the district corn mittee of which Mr Gore byJ ilie way is also a member acquiesced and proceeded to en dorse the action of the county Mr Gorefr committee The district cbmoJittee regarded ihcrl action of the county committee as final and it was final t4 The editor of the Sun appear ed muchT conc rned about He1 t NewsLeaders endorsement of COMcphordasRailroadCom missioner4 On this point we have no opoligies to make to Mr Gore or to any one else i Our position was clearly stated 1andlt is useless to repeat it One point the editor of the Sun t attempts to make in this con t necLon is wilfully misleading Hesaysineffect that the News I Leader is itfconsistent in gvlnet as a reason for refusing to sup port Judge Tarlton C C Mc v IIe1IIiWas placed on the ticket while MiiW B Barlow was nomU nated as the Republican candit date for lepresentative in the eItis as far from the truth as many others contained in 1iQtunse article Judge Tarltons name a was placed on the ticket by petition signed bya number of IIlow was regularly nominated by revrsoiveditsfor that purpose which under a the partflawis perfectly regu llar It is tiue that Juage Tarltons name was regularly on jtj Bar1owcandidcy received the official sactionofthe party d organia tion before hmd while Jfage Tdrlton did not The Uvo C3sea are totally different t rMr Gore as you probably knew i when you changed us with being consistent The editor of the Sun qhooss t to take us to task about our siltnce during the local option J fight in this county Jlast year We realized then as we realize now that ach side to thatques tipn is entitled tp consideration and we did not feel called upon tostand up and howl week alter week and indulge iia ab seofalJ it who did not belieye in local I option We are free to admit that unlike Mir Gor We jailed to hear the crSes that came up ft1m the thousands of helpless women and children who bad suffered indescribable misery You say Mr Gore that their pitifull tears appealed to you and that you iwould nQt turn them away without trying to give them some relief Bow kind of you to quiet the ches and staunch the flow of teas cf LIthe thousand of women and children of Washington county But to be perfectly honest Mr Gore did not something else ap rpeal to you in your great work of hushng the cries andstop ping the tear pf the thousands of women and children Did not you see through all of these criesand ttears a vision of reward in the shape ofa political office Your subsequent actions indicate that such was the case for no sooner had the flow of ttQar3 been staunched and the echoes of the crus had scarcely died away than you bob up and ask holijseeiIWllnt an office I want to go to the State Senate1 Cra But there is another indictment which were it not so flai grantly untruthful l might indeed be a serious one we are called Vion to answer1Mr Gore the chief prosecuting witness against us demands of ns to take a stand now and lot the people of the county know whether you propose to aid them oti not in- tbeirtghtj against the American Tobacco Go in their manly t1 fifslt for pek S UwU il ILbljthem to ckHh tbeir litUe waes 1 hll1ielt sure rppealiai drsmati s and would be pathetic if not r5djcqlbus You Cannot iool the farmers of IffMhriifi ton county with any such driveling cant as that The fact stood out boldly in he columns of last weeks t Sun next door to your Edito trialplay oh the itobacco growers for votes by posidf ai the only simonpure blownin the bottle boosted for the tobacco pool You caUonus to point to one single act done or line Written in our paper to prove it We will gladly do so for the enlightment of Mr Gore who appears ndt to- oha vereaa the News Leader closely during the past wo or three years Further along we ereproduceof the NewsLeader daing taci two years injwliich we advised t organizeland inwhich every step in the organization was givenu UWGore the News Leader advoca ted the organization of the far mrs for better prices and for protection before you and yours Sun ever awoke to the fact that the tobacco industry was an in dustry id WastiihRtan conny tf When you did awake you did sot the instigation of other ands iser heads who wanted to use the Sun knowing whata ceady b and willing tool it is It was tl hen that the Sun came out in of flaming h ad lines wi hall the- xclamation pOints and capitalf f letters in its office and Pull for the Pool Co tondthe S naU along Mr Gore been badly cwith the owls Ina11 of your brief career in Springfield when the ord wIspassd to you by one f your trainers that He needed towl from you ona certain subject you yecy promptly settJ trh up the lustiest howl at your i command It iis but right and just that you should seek reward for so much hot air proT tlucl The editor pC the NevisLead ers p rfectlywilling to leave it to the todacco growers of Wash ington county as to whether our course in regard to this to lebacepand to their interests We have z been conservative aod have presentcd without prejudice the various developocents in the at situation as they occured Therehave been times when we advised caution about going into certain impra ticalschemessuch as the Burley Growers Associa ion for example which some offthe farmers of Wasnington county remember to their sor row and which cost the hKentuckygrowi h i a they hay nothing to show If our advice bJS been bad or if we hve not howled long enough to suit some people wetrust our- shortcomlngVillbeoverldoked w We at least lay claim to two things sincerity of purpose aDJil a desire to realize the d greatestG prosperity for the farmgr have no ax to grind nor do we ever expect to ask for any reward The editor of the Newse Leader interested in the Jarmr ers of Washington cpunty because the interest is bred in us Our father was a farmer ofr f Washington countyand our grandfather settled in the old county more bad a hundred years ago We decline to have isthat interest questioned and pur sincerity impugned by oUt con iit temporary editor IAtpenchantt i f HelplHelp Im Fallin i FrIedtheh5IrAndat1 kind neighbor caste to rcaIa I IIsaved This was because Ayers Hair Vijor iis a regulard hair mediciiie Falling ctua d by a term and this nwdfcUc completely destroys tgerMs1escaII ststtSNIdj v IW is gDCPLLI iJT ability to lend himself and his paper as a tool to the use of Certain political bOsses In regard to the NewsLea ders record on the tobacco ques on we bave looked over the ile of the paper for the past wo or three years and therecord contained therein will bear out our clain that we have always advocated the idea ofthe farmers organizing for higher prices We have spa a only to give a fey extracts from our files bearing on this question Tn Our fss1e of Feb 16 905J we find these words in an article n the tobacco situation We nave adyocaed the or pniz tionof the tobacco grow ra from the start and stll ad againstthehave seen weak points in tho plans of organization and have- entioned them That the fuji re of the organizatiOn may beii pomtswel prove In any case the cause of failure cannot be laid at the farmers hands They have re nded t3 every demand and pave in some cases sacribced accedingtoItbatdemand ialways to stand together to organize forI ell protection and to cast their fortunes with the plans which t byheirsuccess In an issue of Feb 23 19O- 5ollowing an account of the- ailureof the Burley Growers we give this advice to the bacco men tobaccQIcount of the I llureof tie Growers Co It has been dem onstrat tirst that the tobacco i g theyill riB is any hope of success he failure of the Growers Co pfgoodfaithhe movement also demonstrated J he fact that prices can be con trolled by the producers when got together A meeting Will be held at the court house here next Monday we understand andtt every tobacco grower in the county should attend and attast join any movement that t organitioiiprotection and mutual interests Again iinj our issue of April 6 tile the close of an article on the tobacco situation we find the following The attempt on the part of the Growers Co although nj failure served to arouse the farmers to a realization of the act that they must organize We beleive that this year ah orIgarizalion will be formed where by tobacco men will pool their ssues and will h 1dout forI igher prices against the Trust qd all others All during the summer at various times notably in our is siies of June 29 July 20 Sept 7 e give the news of the progress made toward effecting an organ isationr df tobacco growers un rthe name of the Burley oband names4AsweLeader did xjpt advise the farm r of Washington county to ush blindly into these various schemes offered until something of amore practicalll nature iiofe- red In our issue ofNoyem berlGth we say The chances do not lok ivorable to the sucpeSs of the Growers Company this year tit tin unfortunate thing t01 for these repeated will make harder for the success of any growersd practicalJhi wilt be of great benefit to the farmers The farmers are being aroused to the necessity of organizing for mutual paotection and the right plan will be pro posed some day and it will be a success We could refer to issue after issue of ths NewsLeader all through the year 190f and flip to he present time where we have- dvocated and encouraged the organization of tbe tobacco inter ess The American Society of and thegood work it had one in other States was told of and the NewsLeader enco rag ed from tbe start the organiza ion of that society Iin this- oucty We do ndt purpose to reproduce all of the articles on jjbfo eubject wAendad by lthe editor ol tthe Sun ituiplf for that enteman ati fa ilon but we arf willing to leave It to the raers of Washington county Ito judge as to whether the News Leader has n tbeen their friend all though the fight We do not mfcke this explanation in order io Taoast of what we have done but rather to defendI ourselves against the ialce charges of the editor of the Sun whose vision rsso narrow that be1 cannot cenceive ofa news paper doing something without a selfish motive ELD WhY Colilrtre DDllCrons Because you have contracted ordinary colds and have lecovered fron them without treatmeplof any kind do not for a mO 11e ijimagine tha colds are not dangerous Every piie knows that pneumonia t and chrcnlc catarrh have their origin ln a com mon cold Consumption Is not caus ed by a cold bat the cold prepares the system for the reception and de velopment Of the ggrms that would noto otherwlsefouind Jodfjment Ijs the same witlfaH infections dlsea ses Diphtheria scar1etIeyer meas les and who ping cough are tmfcb more likely to be contracted when the chUb has a cold you wilt bee from this that more eal danger iurks in a cold than in any other of the common quickestIremarkable cures effected by this preparaion have made it a staple lrtlclc of trade over a large part o he viorid For tale by Haydan Robertson i For Sale iA good seven room dwelling on GrnndyAvenue Lot contains nearly two acres House newly painted Nice location JForJ jcall I inn T D Tapp or McEtroyf Whaitcn Real Estate rIence Agents SpringGeld Ky AMos forllir Articlee When an article has been on the market for years and gains friends every year jit is safe to call this medi cine a worthy one Such is Ballard aoreboiind Syrup positively cures and all Pulmonary diseases One of tbe best known merchants In Mobile Ala says For five years my f mnyI has not been troubled with the yiilI er coughs we owe this to Ballards Horehound Syrup I know it has saved my bhildren from many sick spells Soldby the Red Cross Drug Store Mothcr Goose Questions Whet was beef highest When the caw jumped over tite mpon WIuii dldChlnnsettletb silver luestlou Vneu the dish ran away with the spoon Who hud trouble In the laundry bust ness The niahl whose nose was rtlppcd off when she was hanging up clothes Who bad an antipathy to certain In sects Little Miss ruOettI What ronil personage waS a good companion Old King Cole was Jolly old soul Whg ntPniedto business his wife ate sweets Tile king in his counting house When did n timepiece frighten an animal When the clock struck and the mouse run down At AVhat procession did the dogsI bark When the beggars came to town Who broke his cron Jack fell down and broke his crown Philadel phia Record Somo Curious ThingsIA rat can go with out water for three or four days iV mouse ltDgnawl bole through a pine boaid an inch thick in three hours A squirrel can bite harder than a dog A coon can cradk an oyster or clam shell in his teeth as easily as a boy can crock a peanutI A rabbit can set behind him as well ns in front If the wind is right a fox can smell a human being a quarter of a mitt away If a weasctvgels linto a hencoop and is not disturbed he will kill from twen ty to thirty hens before he stops th pcwantsIiseems to get along just as well after wnI1 Deafness Gannotba enred by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to curb deaf 1nessandremedies Deafness is caUsed by inflamed condition of the mucouslin ing of the Eiistachian Tube When tills tube is inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing adjl when it is entirely closed deafness Iis the result and unless the inflamatpn t can be taken out and this tube rertor edto its iiormal bnditiou hearing casealbutWe give one 84red for any CAHoi defa cmaedby Catarrh thai canuo4 tilt turN by HaUl qIfCure SmS4fQT b irsfte t 4 FJ Chenej 4 CkJ Toledo O Sold by Dmpgi8li76e Take HiUPS Fanlilj pjjig lOt coniUw pt9uf I sUEscki I r it p f THE WEST POINT iCHAlfc amiITori- anFrom lironmakers point of view thRevolutionary milkingofprobablnevermor struck upon the first anvil wsstretched aeross the Hudson river at tfromuponRingstonl1enrlynweighed almost ashen7nsIt in nshammered n seventeeni1forges the cos of it was placedI buoyedvery large logs pointed st the ends to less en their opposition to the force of the shortdistancescarried over them land made fast to each by staples fTbcfe are also itnumber of r propedistancesthe chain to give itj greater stability INo British ship parsed this Iron bat becnmltheso strong that trpslchiyy was tried where forceof nBsnrender of West Poipt h6 wrote Andre and said I have drdered that a link be removed from t4e great chain and taken to the smith foe repair The chain however remained In place till the end of the war and links of it are still to be seen In the museums of Al bany West Pent evburg and Nevr York Exchange Quinsy Sore Threat The following mix urewll generally quickly brIng relief rn case of a quluisy sore throat Thirty igralns of chloride of potash three drama of tIncture chloride of Iron foijr drams of jlycor In and enough distilled water to make four ounces The dose tornn adult reoIconstlplitlngeteet saline laxative should be taken New York World Method fHe occasionally says things thatt are wonderfully propos said one statesman Yes answerqd jthe other hes like knqwmuchepeatlng until ome circumstance arises that makes the remark seem maryefously aptPittsbur- gAI1arDet P resi TPay 11 owe adebtof gratitude that can never be ti30id offf writes G S Clark of Westerfield Iowa cfqr many rts ues from death biOr Kings New Discovery Both lungs w re so seriously affected that death seemed im minent when i commenced tak ing New Discovery The OlD ous day hacking congh quit before the first bottle was used and two more ibottfes made a complete cured othing has ever equald New Discovery for coughs colds andall throat andlung complaints Guaranteed by Ci J Haydon drnggist 50c andS 100 Trial bottle free A Young Climber In Holland a shiart time ago a boy ten years old climbed a church steeple because another ttoydnr d him tot When he had reached the top he be came so frightened that he dared sot move and it tooka dozen men and ladders and ropes to get him safely down IIi was at once rrested First the nIcourt Then his father put on the gad Then he was sentenced to three day in jail and when lie came out he had to parade around town with a placard on his back bearing the words I am the boy who made trouble for the town Nature Intended boy to climb bar vest apple trees but when he gets that far up hd had better stop The Cats and the flats Heres a problem for you to submit to your classmates If T cat kill 7 rats in 7 minutes how many ntliVUl it take to kill 100 rats in 00 mlaatea Lay the paper down now before read lug what follows and see It you dan wOrk it out Here is an analysis giv eu for your benefit It 7 cats kill 1i rats In 7 minutes 1 cat will kill 1 rat iu7 minutes and therefore 1 cat wli- kill 100 rats In 7 times 100 minutes or 700 minutes But as the rats are to 1 be killed In 50 minutes It will take 3 niany cuts to kill them as 50 is con tamed times in 700 or 14 cats Cupid Is Coming roupdtheCupid Is coming1 another askH fHow is he conilng Then teeryoslo in turn must say Cupid Is cbmftut1 awtt Lnbly or absurdly or accideiuaJy7 or use mWQlber adverb In Uming with a When every meuJbeiv o 1t1111 company has mentioned ru ndvofb 11HhllilhcrbsbegInning the alphabet baa bte WEd r the tom pan wish to Cbage tjtiv Kriiuu Any cad falling to Supply au adverb iUtp- ay a forfeit J rx rsM c Fe4kwlnc awe ifea dhiM kxM of Oli i t beM wrtd Tirlk Tay ed lflsIb T7- UfH1F egt14 feet WiIiaar bIL N CW Ttrfc length TiapO JNM JMW feet Brdoklyu lildie tetb MSO feet height 13 feet Bolldlng llpmhattaii New York length 0000 Black ells Island Xew York leneth 745 t i4Fr WIBMftI Iii i ii 1 sQftbeM1aera j 4 iociit = i07H JFt tIWickT1w 1Ur j tfItoRPretident W M Kallj of t County Unioti ArIcja Iof Equity requWu Ike MrfpI1J Leader to aiikMmo tU IMV willbean imporkMt Miiai n j JJ2 all members of MM A tjftf L t at PenwickIioThursday nights1t j ltAll members adss1tthose who here boc Jor who are iouftl hare urg eto be pr4bI flees of the utmct liDportajios t ta be transacted j1rnt An executive sliei on othtM officers fthi Boeielfiil thMtS ftWtcounty was heM laeiftii b t afternoon attbe crt aand after tha mattiaff UxoaM f was issued for all of thoee inVi iil tHteil in u e tbsjj pooPto t i Jtend this meeting t ttIt isrumorea altt 1 lgiye this as aikicy rsteps will be taken t AaermtTtbacco yt aijont of thefield Isi 3A trenewed efforts will tSe ekinduce tbcsa groins u Itnot pooled their CnPi Fi 4 rtt qD 1Y1 tburg rites ccEftdric have done me more G04Ai any medicine I everAfeofe t several te I hMtr itrouble ad peM o ti i flflCn rfor iMijiciMt I Jpurpose uitill rnyienoidl iMRr ttog Electric BfrUft 1 woaM it nOttake5O0or wh tt1i ddneior me1 Grad i c tbeaiM and feirJIif ii rjs 1 new Great amreAiy jpit iSbmilderj sare CIN for hsci k and WeaK kidneys es byC J Haydostdr5J i i WANTED A Mrwtf tto eItsoaeiMoey rgw s fpii persoIl bcwt to s M Afeni tlfor tbB Ste dwrd ehiaeCo TbiewooMl line for some food liei ithandle Eipifftooe ary will tee yiML the bIWrite fofcW J Ward Mir ageit NO130 LaM lB t IJoIUIVIll KySt TRfftJ EXTI Ie Zit PtHHIt Wh4bhs O s i rf4 ittko tai A Flowerp that are to be risa tfr5 X manufacture fifIper ft Ia t iNvviHi tr gathered at alfhtraiU tqultv tiuttf m r Else moraiafc wheM tIN dw b sPM them Before Tlwjr Mtviptt mL bok r ever receptacles Hrt ntfarit flr ttear In the skllQulu tvss over which are itrcUhed cotUta ctotba w saturated rlth olive 8i si nhaoM qiL The cut flowers ore betthickly ipmul ON it frndU other frauf fIs ifttW seer iuIn turn fc Yell Kprwl wlOi Thesla Ullhlf rena second rpitnid of 5awes a 4 itlkw tttwork goes on until l l t IThisat the end of wU4e liOw 4k fltowrt are rcrffqved tFft jMiw jMMi w placed by frrsH ess Tbs s JJcdQudeJlllt Ht to u til two wcolcs have IW1111J1 t6 cloths atet1I tz Clnand placed aM all tloiI M lOTsk4 wrt pf oil iliBs obtaiwvd Mbmiflt with the fniKraHe iW ftp aM It Is mixed with Ju JU cvery pure recttft MtnJHt vessel called a 1f1IPIY poresisM 1V Jfast fits te aaotiiw kMtta tit use the outfc v Mii to OfeHl Wtt lf 4 lag water I In this tfttii the atzI1rn 4 o al 11 spirits tlIgsta Mr Mrw Iff few i 7Then after krhr ewatafc aplrtt to decanted iato amHur bsgtht same qtanUtTeI ca1tthe ll555tlIigNOC tecL ft r Icing thus dioef t1sS the spirit te fotnMl hi Mr tdkMi tipIIcsr the fuJt tkM tUeaatnl Tram tlHfeM fcrttWMiSd laMttoo through a tube me Bd f wfclch I flleA wtth tttQl woolt tf serve m a HHor TM UutJltbiu prn ml to can fl trIple JartraqL1 S rsckig esb bitsPie Curu rc t rei 4 w r Trw1 Tj IK NEWSIEAPER r I M p1IIWIII1II31TUY 7K17MDJLT All A jAR IN ADVANCE I Y f k l PItuIGPIELD KY it f c t L DAVISON Jr li tMl l 1 pr dY ItullSIt1IA M1a pUtLit i iiJ 1fw Ic Is lrll1ote4s Ict J Wl1 rt od I1II tras e UNn c ff r t triM aad resJUUOIII f rHper ie c AMld 21 250- IfI I 1Cj0 ii =j BDiY NOV 7 4 JUgMldirtn Day I It ctcteinly was Republican t 7iaJrt1Qkii Augustus E i jtIIriII and the entire Republi + iieket WIPtth State like a illions majority iiMYrerchOOOO The CourIer n hr v Jorl fitta fill majority at iftr 10000 with twelve coun tstohr from Grf s4ts4 thi Republican ci jjMiMti tol mayorof Louis f Titki aetts Tyler Democrat Ij Ay hot 5OOO majority vlUp Micans are clainamj a iajoritjin the Legislature on Joiatba11otand it ooks iif thej ckisa is well hued This the settling down ofirpvkl man iiw r G T 3tckhni and pjobably j lifttajf 1Ip of William O Bradley r 14 oe timJheILS Senate ImLomiavUlt it was practically t 4dMmswepfor the ticket un t 4 c tbe Btp blican emblem State Conmty njunicipal legs Ia4lri Mtorial And magis i terkl only five Democratic nom I MM Japlnr Chris Mueller the Democratic nominee in the J Drtysixtb district who pulls tfcrbtgh with a scant majority p tw tyIvt la the only Demo crhj a cttd to f feo to the N Lgiaatr from Lauisville Th Deocrati lose the other j tT i axd tie Senator to suo l oeM Lan iPhelps- jTbt Fobrlh Congressional liittriei k slo e the Democrats j elrf i cttty only a small ma v rttri Jftccson the Republican aosIs in Marion county wins by ISO Eajrity and over in the a Ptawcratlc county of Mercer s ite RtpvbliJMa state ticket wins 4 sad Brow republican beats tl Goidaril fot the Legislature by a lrWiL1 t i tttI l t+ isl t Jlj 11iiiein1id f WkUe im Ime army in 1863 I was- bQ takeM with chjx nic diarrhoea says j GorMYltoa of South Gibson 3T I have IUacebleamanyl reme elbut wltkojut any permanent le MfrnntU Mr tw Miles otthtst rp ce ptJWWidcd me to try chambers Miis CJolfc Cholera knd Diarrhoea JNwKji Qfteiottiepf which stopped t itfktiMce jfersale by Haydon JWlertHL t gFPro C tvin and Mr Naikirk S b large audience at- pa JSitirday night They l c Sriid speeches and were vBor totb ewifeof MrGarrett Daphenyrr i GtaYStal from here attended a MM fiiMral pf Mrs Hawthorn at Pryiw Monday J Mrs Mary Jane Birch spent IT TusJsT with vher daughter ILrs1KWelistHrI Hd Yocum and wife of MoorssTUls spent Monday withj their sister Mrs Garrett OrkSTiM Jloabses will give an Of sttg s ppst at this place Sat Majr bight Every one is r wpliallyJnTited to attended Miisc Cora Trent of NashI ttls spent Friday night with bMr sMter Mrs Wells JMr Will Seay and wifejof 8AavllIe visited Sunday their mother I11uu1r eColvin has sold his fsm to Mr John Walls of near ehkBt Mr Colvin will SS T for IllmtiS soon i Ufa Myrti KtsAing 11 spend 1awwkswith b tbus L bsad lii iouisyi1I i Louk Clark and son f t WiWe vttted ii jpott r at thisfL tc I 2 t j stos ch to cureDostagie i tIIIfII iJflofr sound ZsSUtWI AJ itkotpn the Ibicbt dJf THE MAJORS VISIT the major was confused when he turned Into Broadway The roar of the traffic the endless rush of the feverish trowd worried and alarmed him He had hoped that his old friend Colonel Castleton formerly of Kentucky would have met him in Jersey City He had taken pains to write him warning him of his proposed visit to New York The major was tall and spare with a refined face and aristocratic bearing He did not look any too well nourish ed IDs old fashioned threadbare clothing was scrupulously neat He looked what he was a southern gen tleman who had seen better days The major stood hesitatingly on the BroadIWaydo nor where to go He would rather have faced a whole regiment of an kee troops than this madding crowd that flowed past him bumping and jos jUng him at every step He began to regret that he had come He thought of his home and wished he were there- At this hour how quiet and peaceful it was He could see the room with its quaint furniture the wreck of the old manor house grandeur the tea table with the family silver sparkling in the firelight the big sleepy cat dozing on the silk cushions his sister Miss Ma tilda plying her shining knitting nee lies He knew that at this moment she was thinking of him and wopder ing where he was Why had he left that jestful haven for this babel this atrocious place where no one knew or cared about him where people knocked each other like straws out of their path He was too old to come He should have known better Ah why In his poor tired old Jthnthovetbntign1s taint hope that his old friend Colonel Randolph Castleton that great financier and promoter would do something to old him in his fast falling fortunes He had counted pti that old comrade sliipcopnted in vain Disappointed forlorn heartbroken IfOWingthe wrong cars the wrong streets NIght had set in when the timid old wayfarer worn out and on the verge of collapse sat down on n doorstep west of Sixth avenue in a decidedly unsavory part of the town his car petbag between his knees and his aching head in his hands His thoughts rambled He fancied himself away in the south He saw himself walking up the path between the roses and hollyhocks td his mod est door it was Saturday night Tomorrow he must go to church with Miss Matilda He heard the bells now saw himself shaven immaculate go- Ing to the village church carrying the prayer book his father had carried before him Ah why was he not thereat home at home His head sank lower lower a The major n awakened with n start His eyes wandered languidly from one object to another in the decent hum ble room The bed the chairs the bureau came under scrutiny and thenthe major gave a great start and raising himself on one elbow stared intenjiy at Qn- eobjectonthetnble It was a picture of himself when ihe was a boy As the major stared open mouthed the door was softly opened nntbn woolly head almost as white as the majors own was thrust cautiously In Then a bent form followed the head ilarse Bob said a voice at whose sound the major started violently Marse Bob is yoh all eber gwine to wake up sabS4j yoh ole tricks kl yessoh at yoh ole trickssleep allay sah The speaker came slowly toward the ed The major looked steadily at him for a moment then held out his arms You black rascal was all hqsaid The blacklman flung himself into the majors embrace I bress Gord be- obbed dat I done fin yoh slttln dar alone on dem steps You wuzt clean tuckered out sah I jest picked yoh up an brunged yoh ter dls yeah mlz able room ob min Bress Gord Marse Bob SamISamI Is this really your imped the major Yessah Marse Bob deed its me sah yoh ole Sam yoh ole black ras cal sah An now sah yoh all mus git up an dress quick sah 1s go yohbrenkfugtaU ready on yoh close laid out an brushed an yqh all mus hurry sah for de cahhadgell be beau directly Marse Bob Carriage you old black scamp roared the major Do ypu keep n carriage too Sam Ill warrant you Just like the impertinence of niggers hNosah Sanil chuckled uno sah I doan keep no cphhndge Marse Bob But yob friend Kunuel Castleton do nn hes comin hbali dls mawnlut ter tn sfhHkntow was here Sam asked the major with excitement Deed Marse Bob I went an deformed de kunuel las night nffhh I got yoh safe in bed An yoh nebber see a gemmun so pleased He had jest worried hisself sick about yob snhi an wUz busy wid hfe medicine with n wink same ole tuff you know sah Eoh you see Marse Bob he lone jest miss yob at de tniln snliEdith Ses sions Tdpper m Kew York World FACTS IN FEW LINES In Hungary traveling is as cheap as three miles for a cpnt There have heed over 50000 church bells cast In TroylN Y since the first foundry was built there in 1825 During the last ten years as many people have lost tLJeir lives through the plague in Indians have perished In all the wars since the time of Napoleon Since July 27 Belgium has a law for bidding the manufacture or sale of ab sinth on penalty ot 20 to 500 francs or Imprisonment of eight days to six months Until a few years ago the consump fortystxWiss4eadfly ficreasing nQtIthstaud Inf tk rIsIngrostTf meat A commission half been appointed Jo investigate the plaeQf hua butter with which Bbhemlfi is threat en d Theie iasectshavo coinei tthe fitsln thousands and seem likely to destroy ih Thfe first two converts from Mb- hatnjjjwjjljjjjujjjjj I ur r e i i i iii i i = i iii ii i e 7 It J WE r SAVE YOU MONEYI r A JIf it i i t Sr t t I i I j Mid Show Y9LI the Most Attractive Stock of FI1 6ioods in our City I 4 I SCopyright 1907 by Hart Schaffher 6f Marx i iiii Samuel R Worley of Hixbtirg VaL has been shoeing horses for more than fifty years He says Chamberlains Pain Balm has given me great Be lief from tho lame back and xrheuma tism It is the bea liniment I ever used For sale by Haydon Robertson hn Amen f Bishop 7tI well niHlbeIng men ot Im portance they hud to sacrifice much n aewiitlnt the Christian faith Iore suit vas produced In thq Unit d States in mOl than in aui prbvloiw year and the value of the product was greater In any year since 1S90 The quantity was 3044133 short tOIIior 28U2SS6 barrels valued at JC5S 350a gain of 30SS7G tons or 220GDSS barrels over the production in 1D05 Quite a sensation has been caused among Biblical students by thediscov ery of Brugsch Bey the great Egyp tologist of a monumental Inscription telling how the Nile failed to rise for seven years In succession about 1700 years before the Christian era and a long and terrible famine was the re sult Many physicians in British India have a curious Jiabit when called upon to treat persons bitten by dogs sus pected of rabies of sending tfie brains of thedogs to the Institute of Kasaull where victims of hydrophobia are cared for before they senjl the patients Tub latter sometimes arrive too late Every little while strange personal prejudices and whims crop out in deeds that are filed for record 6ue deed that was examined recently at the registry of deeds at Northampton Mass specifies that the property shall never bd sold or lease to any pcisftHi Or persons of fpreigii birth or of Irish descent The theory that the germs of tuber culosis get into the human system chiefly through the medium of cows milk is discounted in Japan where such milk is practically unknown while the mortality from tuberculosis Is nevertheless very great being In Tokyo about onefifth of the total number of deaths PoUccrann Jnrboo of Kansas City EderheimerSte Put1IMost e IntoTheirh Clothes for Young Men YOU can expect more and get more these garments because there is all the difference between superior andjnferior tailoring and tailoring is ninetenths of clothesmaking EderheitnerStein clothes are produced by Hand in new clean modern tailor shops Its the latest method of making clothes and confined to few manufacturers This accounts for the better finish of the gar ments more perfect fit snap and smartness of the style Select the Longworth Overcoat combination tailoring correctness clothing CLOTHING Our policy is to make short profits and llong friends Andnow new andwinter stocks and fullwe offer to those who want the BEST ri EVERYTHING as well as in The Finest Readytoiear + Clotting The Hart Schaffner Marks Suits H aIt I8 io25 And to Those of Modest MeansOur Special aV toThey are Cassimers Scotches and Worsteads single and floublebre ted neat and patterns and plain blacks I 1 arrested a man i ndmltttcd that beI had broken Into house My wife find I are separated said ithe man and I broke in to kiss my boy and steal a lock of his hair up a yellow curl You are going back to that wlfesnld the officer and the family wns reunited statcnrSennjntDeauCort the present building was erected and now It is to be repaired in accordance leglslatveBeaufort volunteer artillery company with one exception the military organization in the country What is probably the cheapest rate for a Sea voyage ever offered is that now made available by the govern ment of New South Wales Austrkliq to young women who are prepared to go out to tlie colony to undertake do mestic service The charge to these emigrants for the journey from Eng land to Sydney 12000 miles is 15 A barefoot brigade Is to make converts in Paris Its chief is a painter of some renown who believes that going barefooted Is absolutclyes sitial for the health In his studio he wears no foot covering of any kind and when he is out he weirs specially made hoots which are perorated so as to allow free access to the air water und snow- SIegfrfe4 the famous corn powers Ion has bought about five acres near the aireuth theater where he will build a himself lie was nu architect before the to write music seized him v His study and composing room will be dcconited with frescoes depicting scenes from his own operas but the large reception rooms will be adorned with frescoes representing scenes in his fathers mu sical dramas Walter Winans over fifty years old millionaire sculptor artist worlds champion rifle shot anti a horseman of note Is about to leave the homej of his adoption a English residence rtnd nu established place In English society for n home iii the United States which he hns never seen due to tile fact that his now deceased father who went from Baltimore to Russia mitt Mgagprt in railroad enter nrlses thorp always dreaded tIm sea arid you ge the most perfect of fabrics and expert appearance good taste reliable honest guaran teed Sizes 30 to 38 Price 15 to 30 with fall fresh value iS H Line fancy holding oldest trying Wagner Hlafof yearning fathers splendid The RobertsonClaybrooke Co j INCQItPOnATEtSi Hoielties in Dress Goods Plain and Plaid Broad Cloths Plain and Plaid Mohairs Plain and Plaid Serges Black Voile BlacIcSan Toy Black Mohair Black Serge Black Broad Cloth Back Shark Skin A great Variety of Plain and Plaid Silk Waistings Winter Dndwar 104 Blankets 6O 75c f150 34 and 5 114 Blankets 150 350 5650 750 Per CentON ALL WALL 4Mens fine Shoes W L Douglass 3 350 and 4Floersheins 500 Full line of Mens ana Bojjs Heavy Winter Shoes In For fines oes for Women 3to 4 0 and E Shoe Cos school Shoes for Boys and losses Full line of RubbersII III W ik NOTIcE For the next thirty days we will give a gurantee with every 50c box of Miona to refund the mone if it fails to cure indigestion and all stomach troubles Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store a SICKness or a return tojeProfessor George P Baker of the department of English at Harvard unI- versity has been appointed lecturer at the University of Paris and other French universities for the year 190708 This Is the lectureship main ttamed by James Hazen Hyde whiCh for the three years It has been in force has been filled by Harvard professors first by Professor Barrett Wendell of the English dePartment the second year by Professor George Santayana tthe department of philosophy and ast year by Professor A C Coolldge 35 the department of history SHORN LAMBS I Ways of the Men Who Lota Their Allt In Wall Strict What becomes of the men who lost In Wall street They are seldom heard of The visitor to New York gets the notion that the gay crowd of men at the Waldorf the uptown street comprises them alL But this crowd Is altogether misrcprescntatlve and hsno true sign value says a writer on Wall street In the l ew Broadway Mag azine You can retain your equilibrium easi rememberingthpfI justiceprIsons that there are many other men who went down hard with big crash es and that for every one of the big men there are 10000 little men Vhose losses ore smaller but not a whit less fatal tonightInwindow to look figuring anxiously and endlessly looking over insurance papers to see It further loans are ad missible Thclr wives are sewing their daugh tees are studying stenography You will find others hanging about hotel lobbies and the moment you catch their eye or grip their hands you know that they aro nervous distraught broke restlesstypical Wall street vic time The others professionals parasites satellites winners you will find In the cafes and hotel restaurants making up a large part of the crowds at Slier rys and Delmonlcos Martins and Rectors the Waldorf Manhattan AsItor St Regis and Holland House Wall treet by day demmds the Ores White Way at night From the moment the market opens till its close the game Is a fast and furlp soneot sharp trickery clever dodging raillery tense the brain must be clear and quick at ev cry move Successful lying uses up gray matter and the flash and festivi ty of the Tenderloin at night are Just unnatural enough to fit fn and otter the kind of recreation desire Mumc What is your idea of classical mi HIC2WeH Answered Mr Cumrox as I understand It a classical piece Is something that jfc very hard to play written bysoine who Jlaate la ve y tlardI tot proiowaeWsiMigtae tat jMr Than Oi EdgarvWbit is better than a klw EmmaJioot twr know your multi Uc tPkkMeUp ClOaksI tt Our line of Cloaks liave arrived and are now on display Come in before the large line is picked over and we are sure we canpleae you Womens 50inch Cloak in Black Brown and Castors ranging in prices from 350 to 25 SEPEARATE Bed Comforts 100 l50250 3QO 350 r 25 OffPAPER SHOES Ladles- Kr1pfendorDittmanCos CARPETS Rugs and Mattings v Axministers worth 125 for110 Velv ts worth 115 for1 95cS t Tanestries wbnth 90c for 70c Ingrains 3500 65c Rugs ringing from 50c to 4 Room Rugs from f9 to S18t- 8 L Matings from 124 to 35c JEER DUDE HUNTER Jowboys Have Some Fun With Jsmes Stillman Son Moxie Straman son of James Stlll man of the National City bank New York is supplying no end of fun for the citizens of Wyoming as UK result of his recent hunting trip in the north western part of the state Young Stillman who is reported a tenderfoot of the purest water arrived In Cook City and engaged Dave Rhodes a vet i eran guide and hunter to take him Into the mountains around Yellowstone park on big g1lmehunt Instead of rouu ma EEPZATEB TIKES horses loaded down with supplies mostly marmalade and strawberry jam Among his Impedimenta were a portable bathtub and a Jiot water heat ereHe had a set of aluminium cook ing utensils which would have done honor to a New York hotel Stillman possessed the finest set of guI eveI Itnken Into Wyoming but Rhodes says he lost twenty pounds trying to drive a bunch of tame elks close enough for the New Yorker to shoot one of them At last the tame elk which had strayed from Yellow stone park were marshaled Into posh tion and Stlllman began pumping bul lets at a big bull which was broadside on about fifty yards away He fired his repeater seven times at the bull which ambled off toward the park and disappeared without having been hit In Cody Wyo near where the huntI took place the story of a fake fight got up for Stillmans benefit is told One night when camp had been made the horse wranglers were sitting around the campfire playing cards Stillman occur and the wranglers grabbing their guns began shooting each other With men falling ou every side Still man took to the woods unJ it required half the night to find him When he found the fight was a fake and hud been arranged for his benefit he took It good uaturedly and offered to set em up to orange marmalade from his supply It will be many days before the stories of the dude hunter cease to be told around the hunters camp In northern Wyoming o4 i V aIG IDoetl Wiff cof e keep joa a1 JIiksuow M I kOF7 1oIDe ii JotMul tie man wh6do J Prosrb IN UNION SUITS AND PIECES For Men Wbmen Children = fi Dull Velvet can t Notice cutting cho1i CONRAD I TheC iclI ootI IStyJe Shape Servic Mdafort bniltj into eackTl brrtSln Shoe The best and most MqSi sive materials the most se6etep J orkman employed is whytheFlbhw1sggo4 ssoic 0f- Jv I ATsPECIAL 1 14S ISC I SPRINGFlELD ENTUOJtY lylnJNerves totha1l1mU wasJooklngonArow w CHOICE FARMS FO SALE mileSi good barn well fenced Price 82000 No 203 FarmlOO acres good land 34 mile from Lebanon on Danville pike aU good land well fenced and watered Price 50 per acre j No 204 Farm 166 ares situated f6 j gooddwellinggrassPriceNo 205 Farm acres situated 7 dwelllugland all lies well Price 16 per acre 206 187acre aim seven mules from 2Ik 3700 207 52acre farm located 1 12 mis dwelllugouthuildingsImprovements repair 5000 20S 12 OOacre lana 412 mls from i Sirroomdwelling highstatewellPrice208 100acre farm 3 12 miles fromi eandjgoodj lies well Mostly in grass Price 810 per acre 210 108acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield GoQd house and NearJrailway212 100acre farm located 7 milesj from Springfield Good small house and barn 50 acres in bluegrass Price 1500 213 380acre farm 2 12 miles fromj town All lies well and is good land Ifin540 per acreI214 200acre farm lour wile from Springfield Good improvements land all lies well Price 865 per acre 215 103acre farm located 9 miles northeast of Springfield 85 acres of tobacco land two barns 830 per acre 218 210acrefarm near Mackville jmosUyEngram i i 219 140acre farm 40 acres creek bottom All upland new land Small house and tobacco barn Price B45 per acre 220 100acre farm located 8 miles east of Springfield Small and good barn Price 52600 221 191acre farm located 6 miles north of Springfield All lies well improvements 35 per acre lithe rson SbOIrayl box f r some tupf ago wili k1nd1y zjttn5tewi11 oi 1- x ttTrDt sf 1 tt 5I S r are are ttit 1 Price good house good 222 12acr f5rm all in grass goodojXIirOyeaien f cyea kind PriedSiO peracre i Mi 223 130are famfj miles west of dwellingi f IA mrr i nearMackvUletwobarnsmIsfromlyinjr wellfenced226 350acrefarmL llocated 3 miles south of Springfield Good improve ments of every kind PrIceriglit 227 200acre farm 3 miles from udbarnaridallwell Land4Jl1i thebestandLsfromSpringfieldin grass good room dwelling and new barn Price 60 acre froiCSpringfield batnright fromtownwell located Priceper acre mUesftolbtodwelling hoise 2g rns Pjce87o per acre f j z SprinpfieldJgrassall lies well Pric pftftr acre milesfrompIkgoO41welhingwell Price 55 ptr acre 4fromf and barn Price 842ier 4cre 237 67acre farm 7 miles from fSpringfield on the pikej good house and barn Brto27tRerJ acre rQIllSpringfieldPrice 2150 Pcracre znMackvilleacrd farti and good barn Pric50 per acre milesFrcmi kIadPrice241 40acre iCJ house and barn all gi f the pike wilesfrom tows Jgrwitl600i 242 56acre far iw Fred rtcks town 30 acres of ciitic kbtton good foiir room b6nse WiM Jiii d other out buildings PrfceJiSSp 243 S5acre farsd house and barn Price tmWsi vj IeaIl l Q x f tt 6 t Haaters MS that th rfi- tnodsrsie tiU ia on b Ye fara- ia ls st tree jisj41orcedk rdi- Maves- Cirutul Riley L r V 7W f = v v Wr Tiz JI BillJ BURTON V SDE14TDENTIT 1t H EXtRACTED dVtHOUT4 PAINJ rlt += apaBlckk up stain f j 1 ffJING1d1EtGD KYto ua Wbrk Strictly j t L Firstcutes J 4C 1 D aiid AlUDIjJ1 pIl hours 8 j J I f 1 to Ooesov4Ha dons Drugstore Himpton r 1 i MD rS Mike in Oeera Heuse k Q ftfi fpJioBe No S f J v KcildcnctNo 38ajjfcF GRIGSBY0 t Pr RNEYATLAWO over Peoples Bank i i vv1 z SPRINGFIELD KY J 4iRoBAnDs M W FYATT IRRDSHYATTht 0yiLus and geOnsr Oqeoyr C W Hagansgro c 1Y J P site Presbyterian 1li4 qWW Ray 1PYIIAN AND SURGEON 1Omcever Haydon Robert acr Drug Store Pies 1 Office 115ie srf Eesidence 72r upJOiiN Y1 MAYES fQbtt viECTORh1 jllglICEMSED EMBALMER TELEPHONEi DAY1giIGMT 74 Sr SEMGFIEIDIKY 1r I NKi SchedulewFollowing is the time schedule BOJT ia ffect on the Bardstown na Aid Springfield branch railroad trz4Ojm Bardstown function at i22 P m Bardstown 606 pmc rriit1viatt3prtgfted 705 pm 31J 2 Leaves Springfield at yiarisipwntlJarlJTaNQ 43 I aves Louisville atN820 am Bardstown SJO aiw4j Bardstown 1100 am arrive Springfield 1230 pmg ifii0No4Leaves Springfield a ipQip Bardstown 220 pm ion 435 stiirisatfNoivdO i Sundays on1yLeaveta SjpriB Md at715 amBards J bowl 8 afm j Bardstown Junction jfiijTai arrives at Louisville =o1 Sundays onLyLeaves inIynl3FiBKtior 645 pm Bardstowu 70BKr arrives at Springfield 4t5 JIi i thiMt CURE THE LUNGS i Dr Kingsy i1 Discovery I rM cgEgr II50cIIIIn IUmOAT AND LUHTROUltES EED SATISPACTOR tzTREPUNDID- t 1 f 4 j4o Market- Sper Whalleo formerly il r u H Kearns ot Lebat IJi ois1w assOciated with W 4imith Maket Street bard and 4th OUisVllle wr cordially invite ourJ 1 fri441 your frliends to call r hen n the cJty and to- iediiaII fders for any goods v7oI fk4itil1tt WJ1iskie 225to 4 t p ottIed in bond 100 t Mrt I per casett Bt to all points from icrsvi1i House or flom 423 I aJState Street New A- lbIijidiana In1 L SmithJ IaiOrnifidutal t1REES ripe Vines Apara ything for Orchard Grdeu Weinp1oy iCatatoiie 0 appli J c i KjtJrAs Err K I lFo lndlesdosI Relieves sour stomach of tt heart D ges wnat you eat iNN HHi iTOWN 1 f Local Happenings of Interest I The Freshest and Latest 1i I1 AH AboutYourself J Friends 111snd Acquaintances 3 Proit Jars at cost jLaWrencas grocery I have ayouDg cow and calf for sale Dr John Deboe Molasses kegs 5 gall 30 cents Lawrences grocery Buy Sealshipboysters and you HI always geb the e tatde roy Sbaders FOR SALE Red Berkshire sow and nine pigs E Q Walker Lard cans and Lard tubs5 nd 10 gal 15 and 20c efeh at Lawrences grocery Sealschiptj oyster Alw ysf fresh Always tha best at Me Elroy Shaders Mr J B McClure and family ave moved into the Hodapp residence on Grundy avenue Rev H Walliams iis con ductirg a series of meetings at the Baplist chturch Services willi continue throughout the week MK L IBeJl baum is a vie tim of typhoid fever His mother is with him and hiS brother Mr Ed Bellebaum ar- ived from Louisville to remain ntil a change take place in Mr Belfebaums condition Please you who have books o rno return them Each one as a number on inside of front back and I have your eand umber ou have kept them longer than usual JJ H IJAMPTON If you have indigestion you aht the lasting cure that Mio stomach tablets give They cure the worst form of stomach oubles or cost nothing 5Cc the Red Cross Drug Store Last week theprogtmof the Washington County Sunday chool Convention appeared in ese cdlums Dont forget the ace and data LTexas IYJ t ov 7th Thursday of this week Lei everybody come A ood program will be rendered FoRSALEpA three year old allion by Chester Dare 10 Well broke and will sell cheap if ken at once T 8 MAYES SpringCeldjKy Miss Veola Brown while visit in Nelson county had the misfortune to be thrown from a horse and while not seriously injured she suffered from bruis iftentthat There will be the usual ser lces at the Presbyterian church unday November loth Sab ath School at 10001 am Ser on at 11 CO am Subject The oy and Safety of Service text pSubject m y of Conversion Text Matt 183 Notice ObcdoMen All members off the American ociety if Equity and all in- erested in the tobacco pool are requested to meet t Pleasant Grove schooli house on Friday morning Nov 8that9 oclodk he members will then go in a body to Springfiel wnere they will call on the buyer for the American Tobacco Co and re uest himand his agents to withdraw from the field and not attempt to buy any more to tyTheto small squads and visit every grower in the countyjwho has not already pooled his crop and request him to poolit BlandfordjSmith HH A pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday morning at Sb Rose in which Miss Alice Blandford daughte of Thomas Blanford and Mr leRoy Smith both of St Rose reighborhood were the contractin j parties DunnSmith On last Sunday a 930 oclock oclock a44at the home of Rev Grri npstorof the Firifc OhratUn church in Dan Tills Ky jkiM MHtie Dunn aod J l1 Ut Jrl ill ted rI Jaoty bond4Spt- wedlo the Ilthe p rtjr drove to home bride Tfrftere an ete iTOPIG8i i f M dinner was srvedi In the afternoon of tHe same day the bridal party returned to Mack yule the home of tjie groom MissaDunn a charniinig young beingident pf Garrard county Mr I r Smiths is a promising young manII arImersfor tl1epast year his former home being Burgiu Ky Mr- Smith has made many frieivis theshort period he has lived in Macl vile The people bf Mack due ecend their most heariy congratulations Death of Mr Logsdon- Mr Thomas Lpgsddn died at his home near St Marys Thursday morning October 31 1907 after ia brief illness of pneumonia Mr Logsdon was about 67 years old and was one of Marion cofintvs best citizens and farmers He is survived by his wife awl nine children three sons and six daughters as fol lows Ambros Burke and Rich ard Sisters Mary Louis andt Aithanavius Mrs Joe Hagan ofI Union county Mrs LWiliam J- Ronejof this city Mrs Bene diet Elder scfSt MarV and Miss Alice Logsdon The deceased was formerly a citizenbf Washington county having moved froth here to Marion county about 20 years agCHehas asist rMti 0Nunan living in Sprngfield audi is closely related to the Ltgdon family in the county List of Letters S List of letters remaining un called for in the SpringfieldKy P 0 weak ending November 6 J1907 Mr Frank Alvev Miss Booker Mrs Gabe Brown Mrs Mattie Baker Dock Carrico col t Mr Winfield Davis Mrs Lucinda Cocanougheri Miss Ettie Calvin Mr J D Corb6tt Chas Ccume Alexander Cujlums Mrs Ned Elory Mr E Elliott iMiss Mary Felts Ii W H Hester f Mis Lillian Hendricks J C Hollman Sons Co Mss Dessie Hurley t John Lewis coi Mrs J W Oats v O W McConnell Geo Mitchell col Mr Evans JMiller Ohio Garnet Co Mrs Bell Moore col v Miss Louise Morgan MrS W Orkins Geo Murry colt Mrs Lome Rony 2 Mr JG leif Mr Rdbert Riper Mr WillRiney i Miss Nora Wainssott MrMUhs Walker Mrs Julio Welin Hr J W Wiggington 2 Mr George Wilson Mr John T Wynn V Persons caning tor these letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P M FAUST At Springfield Opera House Monday Night Novem ber 11 Those peopie who love a good show and who stayed away from The Toler last night missed a performance cfiFaust that has never been equaled in this city If any one hats had a lin gering doubt about the ability of the Auditorium stage to ac commodate a firje production tney were undeceived last night Every inch of the stock scenery wasr laid aside and the changes which have been made allowed plenty of room pnd to spare for Mr Labadies splendid scencry and electrical effects There were several newf 9 a tures though the story was not trifled with The effects were greatan avala cne of tireworks at the close of the fourth act making the region of Hades seem awfully realistic Mr Hubert Lab die is amo te4it vancfns Mephisto his wofMif painstaking arid artisttc A QlA attentiOrttoi d tait lao belpf tc lender theperformptnc nh- aMrjv0oii a Tramp is id lIs4in inJf role of Jtogueritej llo tdkiirg the ttrong embtiQmr cu Em the third and fifth act errWichitaICnn Daily Eagle For Sale Cheap iTwenty shares ofcstockini Washington County EairAssocl ation apply at NewsLeader office For Sale Privately I J f I will offer for sale privately the cottageadjoining the propJ erty I sold to W T Leachman The house is new and in good repair For particulars and price call on or address W iP Lawrence Springfield Ky fERaONA tIMr and Mrs IL Janes havE moved from their farm at Valley dill to theiri residence in town Mr C W Epperson who has been quit sick with pneUmcnia is soma batter Dr Hilary D Rodman and f wife of Shelby county spent SaturdayandSundaYwithJudgei and Mrs I H Thurman Mr Alexander Jenkins of Cincinnati was a guest at the home Of Mr G D Duncan over SundayIMrs J Young Mayes and daughter Miss Sadie spenl the latter part of last week In Lou isyille x Hon C C McOhord and Mrs McChord caine home from Lou isvilli Tuesday Mrs T A Hardesty visited her sisers at Lebanon and Loretta last week M rand Mrs James Hays of Maple Hill were guests of rela lives at Ha rodsburg and Perry v lleJ last week Misses Veoli Bro1 J nniEI L achman ai d Mr Jue Mcr Clasky spent he latter part ofr the week with Miss Ethel Me Olasky Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance of Cincinnati will visit their mother Mrs E C V JancsSJ the last of the week Mrs Elizabath Graham lef Tuesday morning for her hem at Henry ville ifter visiting relaf lives here several weeks Reduced Prices On MI1Iinery cAllored anji Ready to wearsi ati greatly re duced prices until close of se ason at- Williams Hon W C McChord was in Luisvilole yes erday on business Mrs James C Oheschierleft for Louisville this morning where she will visit a few days when she wi return to her j home at Ft Scjtt Kan Mr sar d Mis iJavid Litsey spent the latter part of last week visiting relativesl in Nelsont county Mrs L H Thuijman is in Lou isville this week visiting her fisisterMrs Gore of Hodgensville is visiting her son Mr J Rogersc Gore sMrsB RoBards were at Lebanon Saturday to witness the football l game between St Mttrys and Barbourvillti teams Mr John Buckm n has gone to Auburn Ill tu visit JjisjsonJ Dr John Spalding who hasT been located at Larka mining camp in Utah came in Monday Dr Spalding was mine physician j at the Camp but the mines baveIl shut down for a while andhea has taken advantage of the opil portunityfor a visit home Miss Margaretlsham of Mack ville who is attendiogschool athj Beaumont college Harrodsburg spent from Thursday until Mon day with her parents She Visited friends in Springfield last Friday Mra Amanda Foster and Miss Virginia Royalty visited friends Bethel oyer Sunday Miss Margie Bonta is at Lex ington with her sister who is ill of typhoid fever I MrsVT B BlanforcFeft Tues day iajoii her hosband at DeTJ yw Col where iberwilremain indefittifcly for the beit ot Mr Blaaf rcl bUthI I Miss Lucy BeJecmao pjAN1I1oiy Washington County Makes Almost a CrtlvsWeet Into th 2 Republican Columti il 4e Washington cbunty jomed4n thegeiieral Rja ufiiiqau v lanf slide ivhich opt Over KeIituclton Tuesday and l 30f lrqn a Demcratctrongholdnt la Repubi tancoil4y Ih9 antirl- I r6puo1mant1ket in the county with the excepfon otlW B Barlow and elaciejlThe by precincts I which we publish below tells the story more efoqaeniiy than we canwriteit l L In he gojfcernor3 race four jeavsVagpA 5 ilhogton county Iwent for Beclfuam and the Democratic ticktliy23lmajoritr Tht year it CrivpC Augustus E TXfil son flio r nnt 1innn nominee r majority of 165 Rogers Gore the democratic jiorainee for State Senator looses tthe county toTarvis bv 121 votes and looses the disrlct 113 Jolinso1Democraticthan 1400 1 t The contest betweeu W C McDhorddcitiocrat andW B Barlow republican was very close4Accordirg to the figpres 5 which we publish and whichare taken from the certified return iMcChords witis bv 18 votes Charlie McChords home county did the handaoinething by giving him a majority of 57 vots in the fac oLstrong republican galas It Ipoks ut the hour of gjing to press however tIai Wash i iingtcountys member of the railroad commission is djcfeated tthat he went down with the rest of the Damocratic tickett in the I district iS striGl1yaf Y J sing in this county andthere were J Only are vspee hes maSe throughout the county by the republican sile i The people haa simply majde UD their minds to vote and thy quietly ttitned out and votedj How they voted is told by tlig result r jGovrrnor RR rom IeoSenatfoffRepstive Precincts iSf a r t ot OJ 0c 0 J irr0E t J Ui 4cr 0 0 w Q Qi j C4ITt 9 IMooZ r I llNortht tl IHendren 86 141 87 87j 1401Rll2 MakviIie 112 163 1111 1CR Dfl QJOg Pottsville f 116 110 h3jl j51 UOI lt7 101 pringtJeldNo 8 lHi 226 161 Zt 127 05f l21 2- USpriigldNo i 9t1138 81 147 78 ii2 1 7 pringfleld NoO 112 13U l4 t 107 115 iJIli 1401 12 Kelly Shopio iii 1 143 Brush Grove 52 160 0 1II1 Q1 lCOIl 60T ITotall 1416 1581 152 1406 1121 1542 1496 1 7RI o Majorities 163 57 11 1211P31 I The vote on the stock iv r ultedinthuouprecnbinw- hich i j the question was submitted as fall ws v ilisbug 113 for 95 agiinst MooresviUe64 for T25 agair t Spring tield N 8 56 2 lav Mckville 127 fo 103 KeI1ts jShopjrity The coLstitutionalAmcdrnen1 quest jh was delate lb a big I fr m Louis iile where slievisited for a week Mrs George Chescheir of Louisville was a guest of friends hee a few days this week Miss Flaget Simms Mr Hjud Cunningham and Mr WathetflSimms attended are ption given by Mrs LA Spalding in bon r of Miss Nell Putnam Wednesday evening Miss iDlise Durretfc has returned from a visit to Paris Lexrtigton and Cincinnati Ot While gone she was the recipi ent of many social favors and was royally entertained at each place the visited J Miss Ella Hagaii is a visitor at thehomebf Mrs Eliza Cain Miss Lizze Haydon has re i turned from Bardstown where she has been with her sister Mrs Tom Spalding Miss Bertha Haydon is In Bardstown Mrs J R Durrett has re- urned from an extended visit to Paris and Bloom field MisS Sallie May of Bloom eld iia a guest of Mrs M E Durrett Miss Ella Hagan of rNelson has been a guest of her Mrs Stephen 0 McGill Miss Willa Knott is in LoUIs- ville to buy a new stock of mil linery for her trade Mrs Bud Pope is very sick with typhoid fever The two children of Mr Ed Boblett are somewhat brtlcr hey baa typhoid While in Louisville last week Miss Sadie Mayes was extensive ly entertained socially She was guest at the Kentucky MiF itary Institute and a dance was given by Maj Ben Ewing in honor of Miss Mayes Several dinner parties were given in her onor at The Seelbach ANDREW SCHENCK President of the German Fire In surance Co Recommend Cham berlalns Cough Remedy 1 have used Chambcrlrfns Cough Remedy in my anally for over a year andean say thatlt has neverfailed to cure the most stubborn cough or cold can recommend it to any family as- a wre and safe childrens cough rem ANDREW SCHSNCK Ayton Ont hia remedy is foe Male by Haydon tobrt lOB wnw rlval I AUTO CHASES HIEVES Glen Ridge N J Motor Cat Catches Hen Stealers In Swamp Hermann Hippo of 24 Midland ave nue Glen Ridge N J looking outof the window of his home saw two of his chlckeijs Jopple off a fence dead Inn moment a man armed wlth a FU bert rifle crept out of the nearby woods and picked up the chickens tbpl he had Just shot Hoppe ran after the man who baft been joined by a companion and gave chase to the two chlqkcn thieves but they gained on him Just then an Jim toUiobite came along The chauffeur hastily took In the situation nUll Hoppe was urged to get aboard Just as the tlUevus were Ijelng overtaken the machine was stopped by Bicycle Patrolman Joseph noddy When the situation was explained HUildv joined In the chase Both fugitives were finally overtaken in Wntscsslng swamp where the wheels of the automobile sunk deep in the mud The jupu were overtaken on foot just as they were about to plunge Into a small stream Whey were released upon settling for all damage done i IDINED ON CANARY BIRDS Astorian Made Stew of Fortyfive Yelow Warblers Canary bird stew is the latest Long Island City delicacy according to the story told by pharlbs Bcllcber Thomas Barry and John Pertell of Astoria who were arraigned before Magistrate Srajth In the Long Island City police coqrt charged with stealing fortyfive canary birds and a quantity of Jjewelry from an old mansion at Vandeventer and Sixth avenues Astoria The caretaker of time old place Is a bird tinder and had fitted up one of the rooms as an ivlary where he kep about a hundred birds AVuen the prisoners were asked what they did with the canary birds Be Hchtr said they made them Into a stew Wors Than Poes Raven tA screech owl that flew straight from a cotlin in an undertakers room to the sleeping quarters of the clty fire department of Shawneeftkja has threatened to nose the reslguatloir dfj several blaze fighters They Declare they are not superstitious but that such an omen direct from a cojdlh can not go unheeded The owl jri fightIng and scratching to escftpe marlcetl a cross on two of the firemens fore heads Finally time hoodoo was cor nered under a broom and a liberal dose of chlbroform was applIed The bird was sent to a laildermist and the bearer of omens istOte perth cd In the sleeping room to keep the evil spirits away t Poodle Eats Dynamite On the farm of Slyer Johnson two miles south of Eau Claire Wis while two men were blasting out stumps and had their backs turned ti poodle dog swallowed two sticks of dynamite Acting as though he had fallowed a botfle of patent mpdiclne the dog made Its way to a grimy mule grazing peai De hit the mule Inhe leg and the latter responded tfithtg swift kick that landed bard on the dogS fstpmach Tie result ot the kIck vLiii1expho- sion that blew the dog torotns mind which threw the mu fifty feet Into the air Iti his downwartl flight time mule landed on a straw stack and ea caped uninjured TRt CHILD Ef4JXiT IT KINNEDYS LAKATWE co5u SYftUP J1f i- iMerod 1 iihsdU FidEI Irwwt 1 J AND p NI N5 ii 4tfQqirHosiery C i1ditMiS INand Childron l J 1 i The abovavbrindisjire the best that it is poMw- eIget t Merode Underwear comes iBw jptot ol anlE1eedl Cotton These ttrnumU mr made and finished We are ole afMs for thsvell known f Underwear and Hosiery l 1 ftOur stock of Mens and Boys i rr ifjj UnderwearIis very large and wecaii please you in boll quaikj L1and price Boys Fleeced Undershirts and Drawers 25c eacli Mens heavy Fleeced Shirts and Draw ers 50c each Boys Union Suits 2Scand 50c We also hvethe finer grades 7cJo 150 eck SPEOIAL 1 z1 J ShirtsDrawers andl I ii I4lfII t25G Each 4qf I This is a bargain r 4ioysA 4 f Ribbednuse lOt and J5c1 6i i ITh Rob rtonCI 1NCORPOKATED ybFook 60 L fI I S rco 1 I A9LisEBLANKETS 1JThe ceiebrped tq t B A gs v Z 9 I i The most reliablevBI hJcet rbad IIBurlap lined and jur I Ined duck and wodeny IIWill fit any horse and wills loll I L John Liy Barber 00 000000o ooooo 1 88The Safest and QuickestWaytc 8 Transfer Mqriey Iis BY ifr4Sf g Long Distance Telephone f i 0 For Rates a ply to LocaljMantger 1 f i CCumberland Telephone ftiTeblriph CIINITJgIJrCI INCORPOilATED Q oGoiSPIDER CATCHES A BIRD = I Kentucky Farmer Rescues Flier From t Prison tto Wtj iV B V AntJioJiy si fHrjncr wli lIenear the lQimtuckyreh1iieee 11ne11t Covered it new s oclus of spider while at work In his jKltJim und the Insect Avhfcli Ima jUQ u socu by many sur pas unyUkt qrtthU jXJid evOrsee1 lIii that scctlou to 1sIrthe spider made throqglf the shrIll clilrphlg0 a bial hmmt lied of wcctls he fount a Iiuge siildef wetS tmd ontaiigletl therein tn9 the mate ffntterlngr for freetloaj while monster sjiWor WAS slowly weaving t web arounl ltlf vIctim The spider fns some toO Inches In length coa black with green velvet ipoia on itsf body The Vob W jvWeh It lived was sonic three feet In diameter und thread composing it was ps strong as silk thread Chspldpr was captured though al lowed to live and jvas sent to au jex pert tto bo examlnedT 1 Social SIunhsrjPrI An Anthony glrj gftytf Nlparty In whIch all eitt4aIe u lace nlg tsowuSW9l pi rICUroW4flcfOtthc la ltght wosutt boralftf ijr ftilr of bs- iIgIas SG wb l1tbgrter tM heh- lpped oat put QtI tr JPQtir jyJ I hOC sbmjl dUl1 Q Mk sn4tfloc e3l licavily on th6 prJhcVJsIODpt tnnjpctiesi snowy Had gUTft t811I f oter the tntJh1J UiDniselvcs lndl tIt ittlh1oa jJahtdres 1ic14 l d F the rr Tit ptof some of the fratemlty Mi the footbalL squad trakriaf uries the atWetftr board fthe University of Mkh a c- hIresolution to ueect tttey flQt conntenaee aiy vI1at1oas tbi Y conference rutek rtfardtac ItafI alloiWI dtersl KIIkdbyaPth4IL Henri PIleS WM ptracfc wrtr tta 1heart by a gltcta tan to jf- game at Montreal r+ctmtif d almost bMtwitly The tall j through tta JMM aatou N ant tnKic Plies Titan eM 1bar tkrcw it The it Ht lIlt mad droppi Anrf 4ss r Trin t ups lbe xB1tbh rtteanfe tMai hM alrMMljr sttftnl traIalJlCtrItttrW 01 MUtM T Jay G HU i fr TrdauI-n 1908 IT Tir wilil doss DOt go lo 1 fingUn h wa ni ctw n nIfIttlltte to ft Llfl Hut Mrals jr DV13I r w Jr r 7 SfBMGE SU1CIIS F t IJ rr Odd Ways Vto H- aveEnJv tiken to Jt p T11t at 1I ut tfArLtscr iicaI ri a Crc ntskti F rss to aJw ftMM vrorrtlrt Mii pil In cntcli tC 1m- to nijig 111tt be Dsver- rrlie looto tiat ksett 1l4ced k t +f Lith A uW4iMM nlUr J+ Hlttnrftfl ts de b ms ll1tJfCn1rKo1gI tw JiIA tfJlh front his S rosHMtiry tltnation he 7 b ttHt k d1eJ nest i d ir j1nchthie OttITt1 nt1r ffwrse where the t T1 l ie1 who appear 0 is burX M death IB a w sdiIPet VIdtUCI to t IW MJit Ued hIs Ii i tupttur Data poere pamlRiv over hit MM tlMM net JrfiiJwIf R fire A Ijjrtr JjpiuaTij aHI Oeteminctl iUw tiwtVf i peasant In Bo H 8ftjre terafe brnre and iaMMil teaaetlt t a beiui by a FWei to locked by a strong 1 C wkkLbei IathedIateI- ytbek 1rRJ BelgEbors r tttGve him but In an f rMMiiily tto wettotl e qwli Ittlng lif- eaatI Lyons Is kjp Jh iIlk bw4 kfejself Grind ing a r to a awe skarpaess and ttaI IttJ jttG Itfdt ha- i 4Irad4a perfect model i 1IEt=UIItiEt of the Wkfii tile appratM was ready he- M MlMwlf e Iii ek palled a cord 1wka llMt It Allowed J t faitIeftd his head w ekpWj M the pwbtk executioner TOM irVe dwelt ft hujpfoUW tk tMtty Mlcldes are I4II tk rtof iMneUTj pfllse It is e WH ai pevJ IHHHFK fact that llob Ifcg d from yf fat height seems as Ifiajiiifiiinre jftdteni In King LearL t ftr ttie the hupvlfe of Mfclde jm Mt petwio abridge the Lon 4 t JMpirameflt and mail other dlzzt0 iMtght have bad tje provided with I in IB Ttmiftm Of THIS UlNaII s 4WIaulkaIiaM suicide yet it H MMifteMc tow 4ltbeiate the plan ffipWjWy y a bjactoMlth In France e i IcMet e sitder really ex bry emrfutteoi for he dellber X Mr all lbi p i rf Baonths f g i a gaaiiiuajNr to very pnrpoge t d lifchr lite own aPad 0C with t a a peIer ot Canning U Iptwiliy I1d khr KioqU with adetaNgktteltIit Om time Pt8ttJlg J Ihjrqrtwo yara oW jra JOOrnaIlstjj taijr 4 4 to hte Itdoic fvltar fttiovt hi ck to which tte m Jrii ttaeM04 He wore only ic a pyr tomr Ijfecki isteckinss with icatfcm J 4w the luwfii He was itwrid fociO fHioci II varioue InII VMlpl tM tbtf Kftwed payment Ibe imp o 9 kkle e Tlr y o Nt RbR 5 refatlvw who sued to irctwrr a4ffeil thiat Itwas not aI fiMT ijf uktp They jcklmed that the 10 waK PSSrOG5 Ii1Jd happy tod y1itn t4fi lol1t how It 1tI 1 lre takctol tjy 0trWeik vmt JaIIIIes Haie Impure Blood la R to be considered that tbIkIec trosibies were OulyI trnc1 to the kidnes but now uiodez1i p tscience ertl1 t in the th Ost important cwgs f awl fnnfy tlicbloodr that JS their work iieayear kiciticys arc weai I f yon cai awltrstand 3iow entire Ixxly i affected and aSjjeenul to fail to db its J v or Ic or fct1 Idtrbegir oQ no voutkidaeys edroctolt the greol- J 1id IiItU cares l i soldi i procst1iiiJIj rThe redyDrI L tbf JJ VOWet tCIhlv ioc 1jvyon have kidney or ilcftion this p3pei Bgto Dr Ritmer Co Bing t V 0otfttftak any ber the uaie Swamp Root uJNpot and the ad IJToucvy bottle p l Home 1 1Tat iI ment IiJ J J J It v Uftii vu tr rn it view 10 = UIJ oJ la bktici la a booi he- TiRJtOf IlTlrltP IIu 1cM rlu iT In tut Austrian church catod it Ajnriiitluu on tthe coaiinou jnj4jr UmIug Aa hff vu lulliin boran isrivire 1 rii n Lrlr while pOtc nnnlnr hIt bell rlnjlui il titles While oiling the USlToi a Ii3iitial he put bbfI it d1 Into ericUloi Mounting theJ hairi iKyimtlto rflpinpt tIn tti- ti 11iJ2 hist hcail In tile nnor mIll kicked vay iht ohrtIrAVlipriv hi wunt until Tvlipii foiuiillie vort qiilii dead LweAge urJ Limo end Petatees Thp usc ofllme Is not cbimnnnly reo onnvindtd fnnncdUitely before plant y ti pctiloi on the nUhliiOI tbntI ht lln vrll naa the TollorUn crop r ptfsaljsw nb6y tnt t rear rl tb MawniIrjsotfs tcsUaUllrwstt thrtt tfjjp KUiiiav isn 1UY ru nuiglut ie nlfoFco toa- e rou riNhlIlmed Jnuil did jof rlioviuy rerfous ainouut pt btvb Anefksin Cnltlyalor v PultrIflctc Th proper znoi oofsivlis salt Is to earon Jip port fooU4l f Ttro vtCkt Is Ions onougli tto fatten i fowl If highly Teil ivnenilly breed of chickens Is nougirOirjrnypInsfaniThe jjIs 1111fttCti n order to keep them free from ver nlii jslscting a DajyCalftt tn spJectln calf to rear for Its lairy projuMisltles have always IueeiSuldpd lhy the growth ef hrllr rn Inside if tUljrhs xvrltai a correspondent of Farm ilotirnal lfltrOIL Clln an un rokiui Kufixiih colnmn the cmv will t ninke a jffocd milker but unless this mark li Tonud em the calf It will notlj it worth Ity keep as it dairy cowll Irrure Farm nuiaij A Kvjpry fnrnser oseir It to hlinrclf and toIiTs1 family to have lils pojorty WlHI1 thlImhtCIr know what moment the futures will 3veep axray everything yoti JJIVR DanciiHiI Proves Falal ManjMnt n ar d vrjmen cath colds t dfdces which terminate Tn iscu onla and coMeutnp ion Alter ejt a is ore if F 1 js Hiiey and Tar it km it dlira Kpa cold an iIus e resuils need hfer Ro 1t ar jtiuith apnnne Jn y1Iooo negate Stld bylhe K d Crosf ru rst re J Trmor oiyics Ijl Jn 1 little tnk to the nieinJiers of tle American Piess Humorist in Pasadena thp other ilny Io Umihrte sj fti of he changes thatt have comp nvi r American liuumr ItI stly noupi lieth sahlIie coiild not vrltp sJiictHypfnl hn InntrJltasct readersIn his heydIY as ii urn hiImtlonsoration aigo voild1 not mlsc ar smile tbgday Then tIle hnsnor vas lontrdnnvir out hut today there Is it del t rorIIl humor of a crisper sort bet vlt1eneedtthe co yprsrttlo5fal joke thefephemeral varugpuihDenver enu Iw 1aofThe Cbrurs PI l K- uey for tle bosunS plju to lie heard ery Infrequently In our mi dpr litRow in order to ifrwmv tu art of piping In the OIItbp admiralty has Irl tlll that 10eeuti of l15iy8 In frninlmr establishments nfp ttu liP in strnpipd In such familiar anil trad tlohai calls as the following Cull o hands lash up mud stow rpplers muni apstau walk iin7k cap o j1JPp haul taut hoist ILwoy hlsii plpp dinner pipe down pljic hip call away iwat mIl away nllo a tanl bv viwli clothes aud Hwpppers London Tejigraphv Churchyard Under the Ceti Tihen tin coa t iriliui conimlpvlon rs visited VaItouo tlipXa7p ivitntly they were xhowu n spot north of tlp tiler nnd aboufa mle fnin the shore o vhleh was forniprly a lnmhrnnl A luartpr of a century uI1 the lomb 1oiie could be yeen under tlit watei it eiili tidei lout ilio sell huts furthpr ufnwlpd YIU ivlicu tilt title 11 l pstniordlnarlly low ul the ueo dltrItIlt old burIng ground Is scarcely dls iflnUbJp now from the fPU level In the WfraI lalest re product of l AiuIli1tl1 waters fresh U11cnlt has a value of ut4rntOMOO1yi xcJnsIvp ofj the salmon Ol and other product ur Alaska This rndndps fish of nit hinds oysters and lams frogs spon ps ter whalebone and alligator hldcc t You cant ba JiiTfl iIf you havell efc u hathy tr tiout stun arlt e thRr Rim voi feel gooj if by t om telrrg ruldrity in eafDgypu hiv 11YdIhCp4Ofltfhr to uct oit o 3RT TlifHlnirt SoniaJh trouble reslgnsof IndJ st on whichnm itirt very of et dues tUn inW ar vera dente ofdrS psi IJout alov nif lojioooa stnyeilay wirfioat Jo ktomegod seitilcaiids Ic ilgestan- ike f Kodol Ior Dtspeptia JCcdol is Shest Ten cdr known to thyfor j earI liriijckIng sidiil loubls- iuLIifrint a t rl ii Il wl t nfj trWuett- r t Salve pttrates poth J y d TeAtWf sIv asid iooIhin4tood f pla fohlthe Kef Cros Drug btofj f iIf t t 1 You naturally would prefer to treat yourself at home for any form of female notbedone by proper use of the Cardui Home Treatment Begin by taking WineoICarduithej Jco Moorlwad of Archibald I I T vrltes My wife had suffered for years from female froubfe On your advlct I gave her the Cardui Home Treatment and aov she hardly suffers at all Sold by drtfat I WRITE USA LETTER PEOPLE OF THE DAY Miss VanderbfltsRornance- Thecomlng marriage of Miss Gladys Vamlerbllt tci Count ijwzlu Szwhpuyl f Budapest IIungiry Is interesting d because of the great wealth ad hlgti social position of both tlie ppople Miss Cladts Vauderbllt Is1OTDYfJ nR1mrLTf1 the youngest drtughter of IrsCorIe- liUiL Vnuderbllt and the only oue of er children unmarried Her sister c Mrs Harry Payne Whitney her brothers Cornelius Jr AlfiedOwynue Airl Seglnnld Vanderbilt She revelvj od It fortunp of 12roo000 on her twentytfirst J lMhd w last Ang1 tIThe counts full 00Ime is tI von Sarvar und IelBo old1stlineage gops probdbly none of the titled foreigners who have married American women can boast of a line rJ estatiitmu Count s1 HIs ruUluy history dates back longerII D The wealth of the rnUJII In the ownershipof land The youujj counts father owned thousands JfJ 11ItellfOlStIH1f1garlan stajidards the Szecbeuyls are very G rfcblZDlIIOwCrrlllf Humorist t New Voile Is rclli n sense or hu t mor dryroe IIJP has dWwiliPd himI s lila lawlo lyj Qncp howpypr Illt alleged to hiivp attpmptpd pun It was during lib campaign for tlip got nul1Sbllrll a iuuiall town IIP spokt from a platform In front of a grocery tort which wxjs iouglnt tel bja man 1 Odcll In the window was aji FlglJIOWl Sell the Tom IlsHtl 1IIIn nttenUiii bphig called to thp co incidence Candidate HjigliPS rpniark el Guess 411 have to watch my smoke Hvprybody laughpd and then won ered why Xew York Times ITh re is n 1hJIeWdor omaeli rontlrsltheurantee plan for the relJp of h atIburn flitu c ce sour stomach ag of era nlLus aand aUs1 mach abIes So at times when you dOt eel jus rlgh when you are drowsy after m ala and your head hen youhave no ambitimBeneSurI ecroi and irritable tale odo It digests what you Will make you heaUhr Sold by the ed Croad Pru r StQrJ Jiist Like Her Hewitt I didnt kiioxy that yon lived n the first floor understood your wife to say that you UvcdoiriuV sec rni flporl Ttvetf If you knew myAlfp yU woultl Uiiov tunit she alvraysstretchp storyJudge 4 His Litlb Scheme Stern Paiunt AVlirt Girt yhili the hand of iny dnuglter In marrage Wiiyyour salary Isnt su3iejeutrto pay rent Young Man Tnie but am figuring pariTiitil assistance St loniH rostDfspatch Purely Dsiner8 If you don marry uuieJ depfarp lilthleTv lMUeni be a wreck In1I lttlr while Imlpwlj fbpJIcd Miss inuiju- gmiiugy WtllJ how niucb sajva oItnPltlluc1e1phlt Press A Cure Winner Mrs IJcnpmolcIIist wh nro uui parity lucky Inlove are sold to Co IniUy iii Ileapeck If youd let nip out rilgMts dyarI think It won M be a good thing far uii to ploy iokerPOeic Moro Fashionable Spenkin for myself said the eligi ble baciselor do not lipljeve Iii curly 1aarrlngeV Xflr 101 replied the fair maid Illga ulll the correct lime 7tHouston IostJ r The Mod rn Cow The fritind t cow with coat of JkIii lvitanilso I oushtv Si jnllkAtTAjyrak Her tfajptrature with cart KM llittf h TinILM see vThatfthf perCent of ench thing ther- ei31iiitwht1 Jt should belllri anllefpUc stall she dwpllt jbayDrinksAnd eats inspected hayzAPuck ils 1I1Dl1i llel mttl1 tsnfiHJ f1mmune every p 1110 ihcwld remember that KplI ys Kfif avy OIK wll re aiir cue f k4 jM bdd tree4J bP44iIs not bejoni tM rea4hOt sedi4pi Sod tqTifcfc te4I Cros 1ruig 8re 7 7 jMdressj NEi RDEsfBAtIOUETI f Beggars Kino Holds Curt In Russian Centeiery HAS 0JE TOIJA3 GUESTS i Ivcn Gtepanoff of Si Petersburg Cad brriss Thirlyflfth Anniversary pcI Accession to Hobo ThtcieFcartG- ervcd oti Tops of Tombs Rpforp and lnte BelRhnzzars fa maLls feasjt nutny stninge1 banquets hive Letn witifcrsed by the world Weirdest of tlipm all was one cprcad recently fotza host of enthusiastic dinersthere were at least a thousand of them In Sti Petersburg Ivaii Stppaupff king of Russian beggars waniiost for 1n that way be elecjted to celebrate the thirtyfifth an niversary or his sovereignty His guests were gathered from the highways taud byways of the Russian capital They were the tramps and beggars of the city and suburbs FEW his banquet hall Stepauoff chose the principal cemetery of the city at the gates of which he has stood for thirtyOre Venrs and solicited alms He purchnred wagon loads gf edibles and great baskets of Vodka and had thesevgood things spread on the tombstones The beggar king presided at a great mausoleum the family vault ofnprlnceSThis strahge merrymaking continued fili n noon until It was time to close the cemetery fur the night There wafta delIberatef tinge of grew someness given this banquet of beggars localise time cemetery where the festivities were held contained the bones of thousands of the noblest and In cU1II1cTiey beggars in vassall as lordly and as high as copiousdriuhersover wws boHes done forever with the tables Joys thp III hot feet of JivingJ beggardom triple In full fed content 1I SA weird east In tu rlcyet wretch ed land where tw kings can rule one In happiness ppce antI plenty be canse of the lowllcts of his estate the other iu hourly peril and continue ly because hehas been soxbugely ex alted aboYe his people Stepanoff Is slsty years oll now hale hearty and quite distinguished In appearahee Persistency Ijulustry rindI the ot ier virtues steadily pre tlcatl In the hum lcst of vocations jonii viTa natalii have at last overcome all prejiidl v eolllIlll3elitIl envy broken down all harriers i Uin lrn bpggiroi long ago accialm ed him ns Its czar amid evcn tbp liv asembollpil in Stt IVtursburg po lice uasTcoaie to treat him as an hH stitution too veivPnible to be dfs tiirlcd From time time he sent out hL royar Invitations to the featttun1 til time last of his subjects reeled IlH plptp away non tHY liai iiet Ihwrils1 thy desecrated no nm Intprferpu PO much as IIII uplifted vblp byI Ivnu StcpnuofT Is rich for beggary Is n jirolltalilp industry Unssln amid for tears Ill bus tramped all ovprMbe enpin nsklng alms lie Imo sent both huio1s to cpllegi nihl bought line furs and user tliamoiuls for hllulmar wifp ylio an lip wen dally dreaFetl lilt the rpomp of a nobjuuian drjvlnrj behind bertbliVKleJ sfcetls Iii flIP Jvpv ay Ilfiittt fr fall Plowing The old question Is revived When Is tltllfinated the best time uttlnte in the lull as possible It has lbeen ddemon strated that the more porous time soil the easier the frosts of winter can act on the Insoluble Plant foods and the greater will lit tjie amount of available plant foot In tbsoIl the followlnr vear hound that hits lieen plowed fparly In the fall1 liecomos compacted by the full rains and the improvemen- tS rrllzinls not no great Agrlcultu ml Southwest Cheap Hog Dip A hog dip can be provided In a very simple1 manner with crude oil says Kiirmers Advocate Simply niake a shallow trough or tank IntO which the animals l in crawl at will Kill this ttboiit hair full of water and pour In enough crude oil to make a scum from onpifotirth to ouehulf Inch thick When the hog enters this artificial wal low Its halt mind skin receive a little of till oil just enough to pcove destruc five to the lice and other parasite on its body Add oil to the water about vlce eaclinioutbS Cured of Brlhts Disease H nry R ToneR of Tamoa Fla writesv I can thank God for my present health due to FoleysKIdney Cure I tried doctors and all kind of kidney cures but nothing done me- 9nuch good till 1 took Fdleys Kidney Cure Four bottles cured me and have ho more pain in my back and shoulders I am 62 years old and suffered long but thanks to Foleya wakIrecommend it to those needing a kidI ney inedicine Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store HINTS FOR FARMERS Horaerr Eczema of the The treatmpnt for eczema in horses Is as follows In the early stages give the animals dose of physic say one ounce of aloes one ounceof pulverized ginger And one ounce of common soda nil dissolved in onehailf fHnt of boiling water then add onehalf pint of cold waiter and give at one dose When time physic has operated have ready the following Mix together four ounces each of pulverized saltpeter and cop peras and divide Into twentyfour do one dose to Jie given twice daily In a stimuli bran mash Also wash the skin of HIP affect LHTjwrtJi with it lotion of oiieouiice of carlMinate of potasi j ldissolved In a quart ot water Ilo clirtuilc caspSi give onehalf ounce 0I1owlers solution of arsenic in a bran mash twice dally and coutl 1ueoru month Iu addition to washing thekli as nlrcfidy described If the skin should become thick and scaly nil on In little nf a nUxturp of the two daunt of binlodljle ofj mercury nuIl four ounces t of vaxplhip Never cover over much yurfgcp atluiie time but take one tttet or the neck fir otlivr portion first and lu three iloys1 tilt otber Klde or another portioli Oiip nppllcatlon Is usually nllth t Is luetltMl lout if It ItonIdnotJ cure tTpelt It In twn weeks Tie tb bend of the nnlnml so that It canumo get Its head tto the nuplnted parts to ten or twelve boursAtlanta Constltu Hon Pur Air For Sheep It seems a though wo are apprcclatr hug the worth of pure air for live stock out ttie n nil more ind moreI i ich yVar instead of shutting sheep In tiip burn itiul compplllng them ti breathe over and over again the lriv Iftrn nil as we did In former days we jctk to kevp the fheep a grea i Siltmui t nnd In suids1 well ventilated A IISlttJ roomy slmtiLfr with ventilation without draft unit destitute of rank odors i sIsj t to keep slippp We kuov uow that the oxygen In puiii air Is ui cssnr3 for the making of gd blood uu cleslJoucst t aIbcalthJiind vjghr to ttfp hnlninls AlCiapp In Nntlouil Stockluati Jlt Middlings and Shorts Mlldllugs uid shorts nr terms useil Interchangeably to sonip extent It has HICCOIUP ioiuiiibn to Ibid shorts coq KlHtlng simply iof ground over brim ah cillostt tIle sweepings and dirt of tthe IHlUndd pu Such matprini tlt very nnsntisfnci IQ hflvoldedl l fill fqr feeding borses KlncP these jnuilK cannot Utllle much crude flbpit Thcy iilioulil Iv nilxeil with eonummipnl natK or olwrlfCtUUlJ Ktills US 1mfJIlIlhmtl rre IT feed and liable to roducik oltIFoods and FceillngI 11alaIILYYYYYVVyyyyyyyyvy II- z A Boston schoolboy was taeweak and sickly l I o gHisarms were soft and flabby o He didnt have a strong muscle in hU o entire body 8 The physicia i who Slhad attQncjedfl 0 the family for tHiriy years prescribdhttj Einr4son I jSC of I NOW II It To feel that boys arnvypw would think kwas aj Mkj1j black 11 ALL DRUlSTiANj I 0 r h BUYERS OJ t t7 i j IFall al1dWillte r rJJ 1cokttrlarge WellSSelectedt d Stock t whandletion from which you may get a perfect fit and at the same time be pleased with the style and pattern We Bought t suit the varied tastes of our customers We bought heavily of every design on the fashion plate We bought from the fashionable highest priced fal rlcs to the medium and low priced goods but conforming to tile styles of the season Web ughtS To Please Our Customers t and only invite you to call and inspect our goods and be convinced v vV We also desire to call the Attention of the Ladies t c 1kSOur1 r i J kif Our DepartmentI i Isj well stocked with Mens dress and eveii day k1i1S1 s Ladies Will find both fit and style in our new UPlQclf frsf S I4 v Our Prices A re Right If t r 3 Gfundy 8 MclntireiI CHOICE MISCELLANY ajThi Modern Country The country storekeeper line fewer bad accounts on his books thou he car AIChnm1crsI on a cash basis It was not so many years ago that we bad to carry counts for some pretty well to do tllrmt erg for six months ntii timer The reason for this changed comB tlon Is largely due to time high prices mid large demand for poultry and eggs I pay out to one farmer for poultry and eggs enough mou y every HIImUllfarmer receives as much us 1Iuionti frpni me for chickens and Cg Time farmers are raising more chickens 1now than ever before nd they jnre getting the highest prices for them The ponltr products of the ordinary turin now amount to about ns much Ju RlyotbertProductWnshlugtonr rort i Making Thrills Is Easy Now f In an articte treating of moving pIe tnre photogrnpliy Popular Mechanics says The exvure9f a film can lx Btoppcd Instantly and at tbe will of tho operator It Is due to this fact that IIOtuo remarkable results are obtained f Thus several yours ago there was n pQpnlaritrack und being rundown by a loco motive It was made by having nn engine approach the man then stopping the film Just before he WitS of course not showing his leap to safety The train again npprbach ed a dummy was thrown lbefore It nod the machine started The result was picture shawlng tIme man apparently being ground to death beneath tlitf wheels d Qucstio4Frederick orIChicagos professor of anthropology described at n dinner a native boy wlQtu he had met In his African taut tlf This boy unM Profcrror Starr Often wjw rao reading and the proc 55 At once Interested mtI perplexed Through nu Interpreter one day Ie questioned mo hunt It IIt u askedYttaIIlr said lie I have often een you reading You read books magazines large iievspaers Now youjI r the white1 A Bird Story Two Immure martins built their nests against an uttlc window of a farm to which the lilrds had come for several successive years Last pprlng bow ver before tiles arrived anenterprls Ing sparrow tool up her abode In one f4ime nysts Shortly after this thQ juinrtluH returnw nut usual antI ono day time fann people noticed that time hole of the riesfe which tbe sparrow occupied had lieen blocked lip Net morning boy cllnilxnl up to ascertain tue weaning nnd uot ftndlng any out ot broke away part of the nest to ail time poor sparrow dead on her ggs Tilt house martins had walled er up for dnriug to take possession their nCkgo News 1Il 1 Urr tile rUhss ot 14 Mat a1 L b d dw d e t L 1 iiHaveI WHhikMi o My LI t ofFFarm From this adV rfisenlent Icmpo t rariiy in order ihat 1 may revise i I and twill in a short time ahhouncl Some reat Bargas In Farms and Town Properfy i i 4 In t meantime I am pi ajar edto show prospective puchaser5 1j some very deslraDle farmri fj i Coresponde ce Solicitedi jjt J B D tAKE frSj t t fi The Real Estate and Lnsura c lifnirt igubGandkeiknewwhat BALLARDS SNOW g LINIMENTwwilidoSA coNviNCiNa oi tho trorth of a inedicine is the cure neal fliB one whohas nsedMiLw4a SMw Lskn a thII II cURE Even our PROOF IIBURNS1 USED SNOW VINIMENT 10 YBkitS V Ii Settle Richmond l MoMTrritet ThIS certify that J have used your Snow Inimen fur 6IJi years for rheumatism lgtaanmo1Mdand in every caae ifc hM r nIIII andsntfsfacUonn Avoid IKS b5tltHtM Tim SfcM jfe Jfe LW BALLARD SNOW JLINIMENT CO 100902 Nettle Sc JttfMt Ll LOUIS MQp Sold and Recommended by Red Criot Drug Stor NesL er and flera year