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Digital page images are linked to the text file. cw f hfi jE liI NEW itvOi i ilVJ 41 j t SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 14 1907 l j uJI1ftEA 1 ci i r I J c DR WltR1Jlr r PRMTC- ALDENTiS t 0Ike 01b1 k jaib- pital r rktnprcf- lwork gUraUOC s9FLLDiJCY CT i pjiIIGfI4D ccMtluth WaliiI ltOCoaSt i1JfrHI =LoIIIu1esd rtof1 59fhtit 01 kt r s 9ibQn rr if s HO- Z3Jobn tutatiyc h4 ff Ie Rardstot1 I pressatative in1VCkJLCKlS tr Ho w D Clofke 1 3enateHot1- CLRCUI1RT bpAiiittic in xClawur J CrL I CtOY t oi the fourth CMIt rebrMzy sdPctC If 7 ad II cJs a on ttiAt oil f I ftv Nkls p1H l ii4I AQUA0rRTJthUdeciyrtiskeidontl1e OntfeV t 1 i 44 dNTr COURT nty4st jMets on the fpmrtli 7J4thaiittk 14 IYiJS4C Vv 1lksr CMiHtT Clerk T S Coetaty AttoesiY- eoct1m4t Jft5C etscifau i3epatJuSS- t Loor CIUt7trve7oT S djdIll DefHit TtMtTt Ooroser- I 4h 8SPt Of COS opriasW rr CQUitT Loe Polics Jdg- tiXarsalrt 7 City Attorney- JUWr1CECOUT Comits ace keld iaJaary- utktoMr F Dlrctry l4 iPI1 QDIST CHURCH fi W L1ot1 Pastor Ser k Eirtand Third Suudavs kitUa ad73O ljljevIcySundaY atlOxi f every w S l I3ICCURcflsvijjaneaa Pastor Ser I qimsday at 8 ad 10 oYc1ocli- js mt St ace aasel1Q- Ufi4 l ipLir CHURCH c- Qi LA TJawBon Pastor t tsi sndsyai llamy Mi I iuidaY school yry prayer 5t1 i Y teal at 7 oJo 44 tr 3APTtST CHURCH J t sri4son Williams Easto ueyey3wsQIayt 11 am i 745 fm Ikfeday School eve t at 930 ai4rayereetun TS4y etlta 1Sca AI itl1 A t r QJI1tI8 A1CHPn lr F Bo Ir a8tbr S- erices J mt and outa wday Sunda- yI fTs I LJritaaiOrr1qIwic Losoi4itgaeW Jgcsap ID teti nt au3kir xotit day Lapiouith S Wahinoto K A CIter No nieeti every asiio4 uaMiiTtJ Springfield CeL1 i6Y2 eets o cry tojsrtk Msday- XxiGgTh of Tim fICJeeti y 1 j t TUtu yiDj tadJo 1HEORIGIAL liVE SOUGH 5YRUP ail Cioafhs MJrti to I p11mg Colds from the rkby gently moving the osirn 1 nne ry it Tar rrore bowels Opiates I1NNEDYS TAl 1- MaM t- hay 3 t y or JtAUTlYC OOTAfltO HONEYWT4jpwfpAggD O DWITT OO OM1OAOO U RED CROSS DRUG STORE r F T Tw J News leader fi j AQ IJNOff IlHMM M M ORTtJNA ELIt was afor iunater thing all around thatj heJtoof Equity OD last Friday wasJ called riff before it badassumed any larger proportions The gathering Dfsu large a body of men no matter now orderly or hour peaceable their object is calculated to jJye rise to false jand alarming1 reports The oiH ject of this gathering of thet members ot the tobacco pooUwas tocan bn the buyer for the Aihericau Tobacco Co and re qtjpst him to withdraw from the fieldand not to buy any tobacco in this cannty this season It was further announced that the members woid also wait on those growers in the e unty and request thorn to join tho pool With their 1907 cr pattobacco Mr Moss the representative of the American Tobacco Co at this place on l arning of the pro posed visit of the tobacco poolers sent them word that it was the intention of his company to with draw from this county for the present and that it would be un necessary for them to call on Him as that would be his answer It seeths tliat quite a large number ofmen1 gathered at Pleasant Grove which was the meeting Paca designated on Frriay mormjjg but after the situation was discussed it was decided to disband and not to make any demonstration As we said jn the beginnpg we believe it is to the best iinterest of the friends of the tobapco pool to avoid any thing that tnight be construed into a threatening demonstration and it jis to be hoped that wise counsel will prevail and will keep down all such movements The American Society of Equity ahas the sympathy of the people who recognize the great benefit it has been to the tobacco inter ests ofithis section so far and it iis tofiuhoped that no rash act will be permitted which will be calculated to destroy that confi dence and sympathy It is much easi rna much more satisfacto ry to persuade a tobacco grower into joining the pool by demon strating to him that it will be to his material interest to do so than to use any means thatt smacks of coercion a i v IM TLI AYSELLrrhere 1 ISO pei tent rumor amonsr the holders of tobacco to the effect I that there isttgood prospecton for the sale all the pooled to bacco in this county rust what grounds there are for the report if any we haye been unable i10 learn but the rumor has had the effect of quieting those holders who were becoming restless over k tho prospect of having their tobacco tied up fQran indefinite tima The fact that the Amen Ircan Tobacco Co has just closedj Americaing Society of Equity tobacco in the k dark tobacco district at good prices lends some color to the report It would be a happy Irthrough concessions from both sides the sale could be consuma ted It would certainly oe relief to the business situation i the farmers could realize on their e tobacco and put some money into circulation quarters where 57 it ia badly needed We beleive tdaccojiWashington county could pooled withia a short time were the farmers given some assur ance that a sale of the holdings will be made within a reasonable time The man who goes into Pp the pool for the sake of the I principle and to show his faith eevictory oyer the tobacco trust is o be admired for hwjSfra very in tbe fight but iijpile bunt a dreds of other food tobacc growers who aw to sited tfc it they c tearIteyota Y Sr aa indefinite period rtu titiion Is bc ixgielsiurb jpI rMMf level beaded to countenance jloo resort to extreme J measures If 4t EGREtTheeIS a general expression of regret in this hH home coUnby as wel1a among friends all over the state at the defeat of Charlte Mc Chord in his race fir railroad commissioner His was the fate of other on the Democratic side who were caugbt4n the Be publican landslide against which re 5tat1CewEsuseless Let us hope that there are other things just as good if not better in stqre for Charlie MdChprd than thjj lailroad commissionship It efOBradli puttfjcan who win land the U S Snatorsbip this time but in c33e tthe Democrats claim that privilege we know of no one from the ranks of that party who would male a better Sena tor than C C McChord Allard Debt To Pavw I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be raid off1 w ltei G S Clark of Wjesterfield owa for many rescue from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when 1 commenced tak ing Ne it Discovery The min + obsday backing cough quit before the first bpitle was used and two more bottles wade a complete cure Nothing has tivr equald New Discovery for cohsicls and aU throat andlung complaints Guaranteed byjCjJ Haydott4drnggist 50c and 100 Trialbbttle free tr Republicans Hold the Key The key to the Senatorial situation fs in the hands of the Republicans Thee Democrats cannot control it without their aid The defeated party is hopelessly divided over Beckham and cannot unite on anybody 1else The retiring Governor will make a strenuous fight IiI will be sufficiently vigorous an bitter to breakup the Democratic membership in Rouge and Senate into fragments The Republi cans must remain firm Itiis ab- suidto talk of supporting some othdr Democrat in place of Beckham and sheer folly to even hint ata split over possibilities i in their own ranks There is no need of further worry over the elimination of 1BeckhamBis own rebellious following will attend to that and may be depended upon to seetbatjhe work is well done Let the party concentrate its eff rt and strategy upon the election of one of its own men and leave the Democrats to ac complish their own downfall in the fight they have among them selves Herald You cant be well If you have a weak unhealthy tired out stomach Neither can you feel good if by some little Irregularity in eating you hay caused the stomach to get out of order These little stomach troubles are signs of indtgestlon which may and very often does turn into a very bad casfeof dyspepsia Dont allow this to go on a slpgle day witbput ito Takefsomegocdl like Kodol For Dyspepsia Koddl Iis the best remedy known to day for heart burubelchlpjgf and all troubles ao ingfraID a disordered digestion It is pleasant to take and affords re lief promstiy Sold by the Red Cross- e Drugstore A Contemplated L fie Extension We hays it from railroad men that the L Nj rairoadAscon tempiating building a cutoff which will make big changes in this part of Kentucky The company hat surveyed a road and secured the right way be oeen AUctKOnfootbe K n aaI grpryigfield o tbf Brd town Branch The thebic isliUif ji than flffB oailc sad tee oolhitriietfOil wHl WJI tftw intervening conn 1t Nv a road into Louisville ftf Mem miiesshorter by using the Bards town division instead of the present line by Lebanon June tion Should the road be built it would be a great thing for Springfield and rdlitown atd would be hurtful to both Leba jion acd Lebanon Junction The road frm iLsbanon Jnnction to Greensburg would only be usedFi as a local road such as XheBards town Branch is now while the latter wpufd become 6 part of the Knoxville division The end of the division would be changed from LbanonJuncfAoi to bardstown Junction While the LaN has indicatednoin tention oftbuilding the cut off immediately agreat many peo pIe think it ill be bunt n short time ETown News hIotr WorthY ArfteIe When an article has been on the market fo years and gains friends every year Il is safe to call this mcdl cine a worthy one uch IsBallarde ECoreboiind Syrup positively cure i and all Palmopary diseases One off tbe best kuown merchants in Mobile AI3tt says For fl ve yer my family has not been troubled with the win tef coughs we owe this to Ballard t Horebound Syrap I kiOw it has saved my Children from manr tick spells Sold by the I ed Cioss Drugr Store HaEbdsburgL Daisy iFilzhugh Ayres thel gpshy Washington correspondent of tihe Courier Journal heri self a Uairodsburg product hadI this to say last Sunday about the daughter and sonin law cf Dr and Mrs M L Fprsithe ofr this citboth well known andI frequent Visitors here The gentle hand ofa fair Kentucky woman was lie re straining factor Indirectly Jin saying from destruction the cele bratd Crittenden oak in the Botanic Gardens planted Iron an acorn by Senator Crjttenden Of Kentucky The woman ist Mrs Conrad H Symej wife of one of the most enterprising j young lawyers of Washington himself a West Virginian she a Harrodsbur beauty In her girlhood Miss Vevie Porsythe Mr Syme a Kentuckian inlaw pnd a publicspirited citizen reading in his evening paper that the famed tree united witti KentuckyI history was to demolished the next morniog at 10 oclock Ito make room for the Grant statue raised his yoice in inaigaanb protest ECI It is an outrage be ex claimed to his wife that with all you Kentuckians here in Washington that vandalism should be allowed to be commit ted1 Whats everybodys busi ness is nobodys business re sponded Mrs Syrne with gentle wisdom cdupposey ustep into the breach yourself U tfll do it exclaimed Mr Syme He snatched the re ceiver from its hook with a light ning clutch called up Judge GoulJ of the Court of Chancery V arranged for a writ of restraint ii atfdi next morning personally stepped in and saw that one of the historic landmarks of thee capital was saved to the nation i just as the final preparations were made for the felling of the tree The prompt and efficient action has given Mr Sym a unique fame Papers front Maine io Califcfnia are resounding wit this explot Rear Admiral Wat son of Kentucky a grandson of Senator Critt hdeDjlent his voice inprotest to the destruc tion of the celebrated oak Harrodsburg Democrat He fiifct at Gettyshtrir David parker of Payetfr N Yt wbojlost a foot at Gettys burg wrtUElectric flitter have done me more good thai any medicine I ever took For several year I had stomach trouble and paid out m cb money for edicheto little purpoM Ut Iooin4 ss ing Electric 3f I oiL nO taks I dqoefor m1 r1JMttbfjJfl4 I Grtt i I GOODMANDEAD e Mr C W Epperson Well Known Citizen Die After Short Illness Mr CWl Epperson a well known and popular citzen died at hid home in SrtringBeld at about 2 oclock on lat Thursday morning after an illnessof a few days of pneumonia onlyI 14r Epperson was 63 years olI age and hid been a citizen this place for five years Since coaling to Springfield he had made many friends who respected him for his upright life and honest dealings with his fellowf man The deceased was born and reared near Winchester Claik county Ky and came to toiaicounty abutfiv years ago ndpuilt a home in Springfield He was engaged in f4rmingwith hison on the latters farm near towi Mr Eppersons first wife who was Miss Millie J Black died about two years after they came to Springfield andlajeron ha was marred to Mrs Sallie Foster who survives him Mr fJ F Epperaon is the only surviving child Mr Epperson Wd6 faithful member of th Springfield Chrii tlata church and th funeral took place from that church on Fri gay morning and the burial was In Cemetery Hill BflisCaioturc1 by local applications as they cannot retch the diseased portion of the ear There is only onp way tct cure deaf ness aqd that s by constltaUonal remedies Deafness is caused by a inflasied qonditipd of the mucous Un ing of the Eustachlan Tube When this tube is inflamed you hav a rum bVr sound or Imperfect hearing and adu it ia entirely closed deafnexsis the result nd unlesR the inflamation can be taken ou and this tube restored to its normal coiiditiou hearinj will be destroyed for ever nine cases ilt of bn ie fun d ly uu wblcb iv ucthinic but an inflamed con dhion of the mucous sursaces We Will give one hundred dollars for any rasa of deafdess caused by Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cur Seid for circa law free F J Cheney O Toledo 0 Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consitiI paUJi Beckham t HiS Old Tricks Wjell defined rumor on the street yesterday said that Gov tieckbam before retiring from office would appoint a succesor Judge Matt ODoherty whose resignation will be acceptecb i within the next few t was added to the rumor that the Governors choice would be a Republican whose assistance would be expected in winning for him the coveted Senatorial office If this be Beckhams purpose we are convinced he has failed to take into calculation the fact thatt no decent Republican could be found who would sell himself for suqh a price Only the madness of desperation could provoke so absurd a scheme BeckhamI may as well cease to delude himself with tIre idea that heI will ever wear the toga which be sought to wrest from McCreary His own party will not support him and itf is absolutely certain that be caunot bribe Republicans to lend their aid in perpetuating him as a a political nuisance hThe Republican party can se cure the election 010 Senator from its own ranks by simply playing a waiting game Let it i Have You a Friend 11rhca tell him about Ayers Cherry Pectoral Tell him how k cured your tard coufh Tell kim why yew always keep kiatM hmtte Tell him to DociJtorJ hrotjd141 troabte IIMf Air iAt sM im psa- isAI I K IuIi line up solidly behind itf man of its chcice avoiding d vision or contention ind insist upon the Mahomet of Democracy coming to the mountain of Re phblicanism Herald How lu Pure aUoIt Be as careful as you can yon will occasionally take cold and when you do get a medicine of known re- liabIlity one that has an established jeputtftion and that is certain to ef feet a quick care Such 4 medicine IB Chamberlains Cough Remedy It hu gained a world wide reputation by its remark ble cures of this most coin mon ailment and canal ays be depended upon It acts on nature plan relieves the lungs aids expec toration opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system io a healthy condition During the tu ny years it has been in general use vre have yet to learn of a single case of cold 01 attack of thj grip baving resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used which shows conclusively that it Is a certain pie ventative ot that dangerous disease Chanberlaina Cough RJincdy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby as to au abult For sale by Haydori Rbertson Johnson a Kentuckian Mayor Tom L Johnson who was reelected for the forth time as Mayor of Cleveland Ohio de felting Congressman Theodore a Bur on his Republican op ponent iis a Kentqckian having been born and reared near Geor getown Scott county He has numerous relatives in Scott county He toured Kentucky his automobile i he famous Red Devi117 three years ago while on a pleasure trip to his old home in Scott county The finest substitute ever made has recently ben produced By Dr Shoop of Rae in Wis YOU dontbave to boil it twenty or thirty minutes Made in a minute says the doctor health coffee is really the closest Coffee imitation ever yet produced Nota grain of real coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or gI1tnwItb malt n tsletc Beau it would fool an expertwere he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Sold by McElroy Shader r p FineCattle There arrived on the Atlantic TronsportLine Steamer Min ebaha last week 86 head of cat tie1 imported from England at a cost said to be 100000 They were shipped to the farm of Mrs J W Hepning at Shelby ville Kyt where she already has 180 head of fine cattle Mrs Hen ning and W LaScott a cattle expert from Kentucky were on the boat and carefully watched the expensive gazers Two of the herd which were parchas edfrom Baron bUd are said to have never failed to capture prizes in the England cattle shows and one of thwc twon a first prize in the Royal Dairy Show at London on Oct 8 last Most all of the cattle among which are 85 mUkers came from the I leof Jersey and are the best in Great Brit 3ian Two calves were born dur ing the voyage Mrs Henning is the wife of J W Henniag a New Yorx bankorEx Cirei riiMikrf Diseise Henry R Joaes afa Wiift Fla writes I can thank 0041cr my present health due to Foleys Kidney Oure I tried doctors arid afjhrlidof kidney cures but nothing done me much good tin I took foleys Kidney Cure Four bottles cured te aad 1 have no more pata la tBY hick and shoulders I am 62 years old aid suffered long but thanks to Foleyi Kidney Cure I am well and cart walk and enjoy myself It Isa pleasure to recommend it to those needing a kidney Medicine Sold by the Xe4 Cross Drug Store For Sale l + i4 A good Mvel roowag on Grand AyeiiM 7 t Lot cbttlaiiw aiearly twu- flos nl at NIoe1oo Will sell1lsunM fwe further oaTs D Sleep CoDinUO l I Ampnjf the callers at this of ficeMonday as Squire rTenry Taylor of the Peryvi1Ie nsigb borhcod who told us of a most peculiar malady which has af fected bUt dttnghter Miss Amari da Taylor for the past twely moaths When the disease first struck her she wouldLdrop off tc twntvlivehad to waken her She air fected this way for tbr J months and now for the patnine jrionth she wakes once a day about 8 oclock jn the morning When her breakfast is eatnsbt siog for a while and drdpa off to and remains shelseemsdrowsiness that creeps over her and relatives have frequently tced to keep her awake ba with no success While in tht petIrpossible to even bend her arar or straighten her fingeraAbut hen she waknssb ifeqieaUy repeats things said in the room when to all appearances she was entirely unconscious Six or eight eminent iThysicianshve- ned to cure bni to no avail The disease seem to succrimb to no treatment and the family of fie victim are at their wits end to kno how to relive her Squire Taylor her father says if these lines should fall under the eyeso1 anv physician who thinks he canbenefit her ha will be glad to hear from nlra and will pay liberally for a perma neat cure Miss Taylor is abeut forty years of ageHar Tgdsburg HeraldI j- A tickling cough from any caus quickly stopped by Dr Shobps Gougtf Cure And it Is so thoroughly harmless and safe t that Dr Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give it to very young babes Tee wholesome grecfl leavesan4 tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub fur nish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the the cough and heals thp sore and sensative bronchial membranes Np opium no chloroform nothinghareb used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract That helps to heal aching lungs The Spaniards eallthis shrub which the doctor uses tIThe Sacred Herbt DeaaancL Dr Shoops Take no other For sale by the Rod Cross Drug store Going Higher Too The advance in paper aad other materials necessary in the publishing business pceeenU a sertoulprob1emtwnewplCpel Printing paper iis now abost 40 per cent higher than it was a year or two ago and nt afl diM counts are off Machinery itik piper stock of all kind asd everything handled in a print ing office have advanced in the same proportion Operating ex pen ef hvo likewise iBcreaseil ardjtimeEli abethtown News Trial Catarrh treatments are be ing mailed outfree on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the people Without a pennies costthe great value of this scientific prescription knowa to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoopa Catarrh Remedy Sold by tkc Afrit Crow Drug Stort w t sUB5cRrH I tHtnh1lrlluIum f rl I 1 4 J itOWii C lNJ UJar i 14T Willisburgty 0e1 iQt- I iEat t trTo iiiC 11 want orlnight Ml tsas J the saii shiw ibsjr ij 4b t asbsjitime9oramy soldier bo sIts l Ketciy the hotneoti14Wpt 1 hood John X tiY fI- D lOthKy lufI e t iaB OILa bt FW jNII1l an absence of twpsty II was verjglad lositf k ba l i1ewumuch that I J UM1J1i1iiim Afar iIIjjo J II ingwas oar we JMSJ JIM A what WMJti bpj first place SO be seee hpm of lila kldtiooiA eii was the old CtJoOIIli where westartedgetIII tioriaadthdajgMjttt pIce we started warn Jd P ber 1 war ndiotsa4Js1asrk 48 years We weia fjttgrIe4b4s to Dr4Gabe iDoctor enuiate for as jo didU the boys tsl tolcl enough to hit iMl ryears after school daJ tk mold man atid fV Ho Itlife when w part the are that we wU M I in this lfebitaC- hristian lopjsg i intfi kfc if ws faithful oldie1iof f tb4cs e will meet him on tbeeig iisi shoreS 4ilifeoldlcr wte hive mont to 4 jfa seams so d bojwrite a shor jipla to h counij ptpr so Ufe ire eW know where yoti lr 0 mtgi rant to ecIrepicI wilk CcMTM r Me kbtthe a braMt ktUoi Ja I Mills of CoD lOftb Ky lelNir tAny one knowing hu will confer a Ifay or ou- Yocui U by wrting 1bsA New Leaiirl h 7 Now c Wlwk MsiBjr iU1UtJi11 lsavasfa1 k bay haye aii tk fLjN r of life Iten M4tI drop off M they MK allotted time Sow Ei our spring tme sf J1Sti1ifcbcM autena a daysi believe we will if TL not overtake as Htl match to the bomb Ox the boys teism up tolermbly well b4p of them are brqi few of theM J1JJtJ their 1rel Btore days leoniegathered to yewra and food 44 sa NowcomradMIaWy pen down for alto tIM old tired Clu aawhileandinthsmoqj r up tIM regttlar zosiae again SJllitMVVCo D1aILI1 41p1ci ir J pItIjLII JIiwr XQ2D Cke Comm- aELtadinQual r IrIGiAbrs 1 I I P i lWrf tC i fls rd cAfi prctnwe h carrfblly croided Mttlf ston bjr eettog TT1JM9D cLothes ffcr imet AnMl reliable brand mad vB- gnredbindVIts inside worth as well as outer at y actlvenessthat makes jLTTAAOOOD best You get more than its cost weekend the smtii from lasting good app V mud R e iYif t Ii j iriJ f f rN r cTI i rwT7111 NE SL OER JIiULtW IF Djr wvP1vuIaasDLrf l AtVAfl IM ADVAMOC p MIla LDX LWON Jr- bs a s Mos p Ii t r r L p1at4 41111II Jt4it dr r M Hfceral oM I a 1skI efrjec t n 1k Mit J ltLilllrUi K ir t TVOBSDAf XOV 141907 n com flo UilhijMSw tb MkmfBC JroBI tte Goaricr JdinMil av coh n k io the poiL kMIYE iDocrts of ttttTteh etmgr nMinnil rljitrirft da i9 lM iM low oC tbt dk c trk tote BtpnbUoMiif die to BalfebeWBi MMj MJ th t the lnhtn btwi diifwited by i At ttpptaiut lalMDoe of huge t 4flai wife Gv p ckham- poimt 1TI to tb iftct thatk tjkasu fltiiittitt ooenty wu JtonMr l iAdr tfc by 800 it 5ijar4s by Ifilteoa sad that ttel 9Mk iktricfc instead of hpu otrWaif DeMocratic has iiiia the last two 11Itllh I z Tbs birth trial Of Caleb brGo plk5ity in the ai4n of with GOb1 wu II v at Geoffttpwii lionday Bo WWIDei ha been con l44 fei prttfmhwry motions + Tte iiiitfio liyiig Uinff all- soo t irikMMC together and i bssIwYtf ot yet aanoun tt WJ Powm Bays that heiiMxioMfor a trial for the salon tbat be twnte tobevin 1UMd irktte1 tIM JDtmocraiic gfriMum Watill in power todty f GriMitftA the new BM Mayor of Louisfille bessi sworn iBk office He 4 txoelleai business u JDfrs of hia two ex emrihr bovrta aid his admhiis 4ptrsist pronktcto be a thor oogUj food o c XIiPe jMtktor better for stomach tfWriftiM MMM Xffel which co tams Tiii a 5ntea fowii JH a healthy t = Hi JCODOI k offered oa a M n1it fi h relIef of heat iMrm iftt l lCe soar tOlllcIlbeJck tII atfjffMc naaMa zad all stomach trwc So ttiaM wkea ypu doat Jed joik rightl wltca you are drowsy afMc aik aid your head aches or- t Wkea yt kta amMtion aid you iur ei Miaji4irrhabe take a little KaeL It dijn twhat yea eat It ITilLjBwkejMibealthr Sold by the led CzesDrwtStoce Tk alter of Gasconade Mo1 DeAtol A Jock siyg of DeWitts xIdId Bad r Pills I am do lprovlsg so fast in Heaatt tlwit I ctetsytoo aanch of y tt1 KW y a 4 Bladder Pills I feel Hb taew jnw DtWitts Kidn y tr Klli are sold by the CsDrig etcre Ii Jirest View 1t We ooce more attempt to f4 t1FIj iwHe io let the readers of the I oU iewa Leader knowI t Toratt View iz nourishinf dtt Js a fr ta Bay tree that its f Mf iMefilini rrr reaching out farI f tteriMd farther air the time tat tliwre k ipace enough left to B 9 aJM4 baUdMs room for ages to t5 lJiJ Nannie Browning of ft 3 iwy6xoiHity WM visiting r X sse Smith last week 1L i 1a Pt HaaailtoOj of near fhsehrUte Sbflby county was rrtiJBpt fda and relatives fa reaMweTIiers ttlirt pablfoations r h k dt ROM hit BiwHy for the trejttfae Jtfr Parker Mudd p fi yreMtorMikftown and Mrs Annfe rI MLi rf tb pas Mr Buckf SM MLiIIM Miidd fOaMbarg MriiMHM Kallr an a Mte M i7l Powlimc both dfr iiirbiiaIffbJtaMif OBcyaa MKi Miss oeltott IMM mea aiSt1 ee Q WSdSdY- Tbiiv5M i re i eomplaint the 1l t io i 1erJ IHeidt tinr4a1 IIa4o wberi out and will be home time enough XaChristmas el 1 r Corn is selling ere for 5pvc peIbulhel and nice line cornit Is oun4 and large Bellies and children need prompt Bttttttkm when Sflfferii e froin coughs awl colctsTbe best remedy for mothers to use is Kenn dys Kaxative Cough Syrup It tas ei nearly as f 4 as maple sugar ii contains no opiates and it is lax ire and drives tke Cold out of tha syst em by gently jROriag the bowel So d by the Bed CpoM Drug Store AllllCliiCll Is due in a large m asure to ab mae of the bowels t y employing draitic gargatives To avoid all danger use only Di gingNew LifePills the Eafel gentle clean sera and invigorat ens Goran teed to cure heads 2be bilions ness malaria and jji tnndise at O J Faydona drug store 25c MOOS TILLE I Mrs Eliza Wall is quite ill o typhoid revert The scales run by a stopk com pany is nofr ready for business Mr W O Ellis has acceptet a petition with the L N E RatWood1wnasagentWell ant I while we are not all satisfied the sun will continue to shine as it always has the seasons wih c lend go just the same an everything else will move or optioforcesDemocrats have rights tha should be respected Owen Ellis spent last Sunday with his parents at this place Well we have written for th NewslJeader ever since it exis ted and have tried to refrain from insulting 6r abusing ani one Of course Wq have left things unwritten thatwould have caused trouble we have tried to hopGodseditor of the NewsLeader and all of his readers It is reported that there will be two or three weddings in ou vicinity this week Mr Love Settle has returne from a visits to Louisville We had a quiet election at our pollsMr Ed Sweeney was over 1 Woodlawn last Sunday Some attraction we presume Colls aanjCroiij in Ctildren My little girl is sbject to to colds says Mrs Wm H Sersg No 4fSt u street Wheeling W Va Last wl i ter she had a severe spoil jnd a ti t rible cough but I dherV1 h Chambeilins Cough iRemedy witho it the aid of a doctor and my little b y has been prevented many times from haying tup croup by the timely use f tills syrup As soon as he shows a y aigus of croup I give hintOhambr lains dough Remedy for thee or fo ir days which pfevents the attac This remedy Js for sale iy Haydpm Hobertson BaCliarltablal to your horses as well as to yours If you deed not suffer from pains of a ly sortyour horses need not suff r Trya bottle qf Bollards Snow Li yii ment It cures all pain J M leberth Bakersfleln Mo writes I have used your Liniment for ten years and find it to be the best I ha ve ever used for man or Wist0 S ld by the Red Cross Drug stere WHIisburg There was quite a large crowd attended the supper given tby the Macabees Saturday night and everything went off qUiet and nicely The dining room witJJflowers ndandIMrssuo beep very sick for the past few days Mr Deck Cummings of Louis yule visited Miss Wells Sunday Mr Glide Goatley and Miss Bessie Bessie Drury were mar ried at the home pf Rev JASims Sunday evening A large crowd attended the wedding Miss jjrury is one of the most popular and pretty young ladies of the Hardesty community Mr Goatley sa very prominent oung man of the Mooresville community Mr Will Shirley and wife visited relatives in Mercer Saturday and Sunday Mr John 0 Burns and wife of Harrodsbprgj visited friends at this place Saturday night Miss Nora Goodlett spent last MrsWllfI Mr Tom Trent of Kirkland propertibought are glad to hiye Mr Trent4 family with us v vitefweeks stay In julsvjile Wto Katherine OlFLj aji pored if laijtyj6ir withier 4 ghterfMn George Kys Mrs Josna Jenkiuaisiryp- nStwoniaill with akfttfMi John Colin saaj1it- er spent Wiilra-tMr Mm fl ij 4JftoINi vr f 4c4 w t CALL ONr If J i 1 c ELD Lake j THE INSURANCE MAN ii1fio have Insurance JoWritet i h r IIf you have anJrealestate to sell t call on Bp Lake 1 THE REAL ESTATE MAN 4 c It c A list of desirably Washin ton i county farms forsale Nd trouble to 1 = show r9ertYto prospective = U AddIessI bu31ersii B D LAKE SPRINGFIELD RYf c No Hunting Hunters are warned that the undersigned will permit no hunt ing on their rescective farms and that he law against tres pass will be rigidly enforced BenEdwards John Y Mayes J WRA Spalding 1eeRiley W G Grundy piimAtlnriinflv Oscar Walker JT Skeans- J H Mays G T Mays S Hw Christerson J M Russell G WRUSs en Brady Henry Noel IBQb 1Iayesr Clel Whitehouse PITHarmon Chas Pope K I Robinson Jake Kfmberlin G NvGanfpbell W R C canougher l1 New PureFOODa amd prn La Weareyle sed to announce that Fploys oneyaud Tar for cbu hs colds anji lung troubles is not affect ei by t Natiohal Pure Food and Dru la it contains no opiates or ther liarmful drags and we r com mendv t as a safe rcinedy for children and ad ItsSold by the Red Cross Drugstore 42f THE PERFECT LIKENESS A Sn ffb xaPortait and a Sur priced Monarcfi It Is relaltil of Frederick II king of Prussia that be one day made a pr ent of a golden snuffbox tQono of his counts When the latter opened the lid lie found the picture ot an ass painted upon the underside of it Though he scarcely relished the kings joke he said uQUling at ihotlme but as soon as be quitted the kings pres ence he sent one of his valets with the snuffbox to the city uud gave him In structions that the picture of the ass was to be painted out mid a portrait of the king put In Its place A rewdaysIlater a distinguished company dined with the klngTIre count was one of the guests and aftgrt a time he produced his snuffbox anil pretended to examine It with the air of a man who was proud to have re celved such a gift from the king The latter wishing to enjoy a little amuse meat at the counts expense mention ed to the Duchess of Brunswick ttiiat tie had made a present of the box to the count on ttjic preceding day She desired to Inspect it and when the box was handed io her she opened the lid and looking inside cried in raptures Perfect The likeness la charming It is onQ of the best por traits ofyou that I have ever seen She handed the box to the person next to her who was equally charmed with the likeness From one to apoth cr the box was passed and all test fled to the excellent resemblance which the picture bore to the king The king thinking that ttye ass head wast still to be seen on tbk snuffbox felt exceed ingly timbarrassdd and scarcely knew what fo inake of the Incident but at Inst the snuffbox having jmado the tour of the table came to his hands and the first glance showed him how cleverly the count had anticipated hits little joke and turned it against him Thc MusicCrltic At the risk of making this an apology as yell a4rii confession I venture to express the pope that ImayI someday have the meqnsVtoenjoy the best music without reed of telling three hun dred thousand or more readers why whether Cafubonci hind tearis In his voice how MmevSernbrlchEames ed and acted whether the second sp prano was ptf key the basso depend ent upon thte ompter the conductor too fast or tosMow according 4ic tUaI stpp Wi metronome bow the lights w god whether the audience was d appreciative otherwise and r thor music was gdpd bact inc nndwlyAt lantlc Left Handed Praise I dont seem to hear so ninny com pliments on ray last poem said the poetess as on Its Illustration You just ought to scelU they exclaim It Is g6lcatitIfuUt iIt s the same wilY with me put In the artist They come and stand bo jforo my pictures and sigh and say OhfTyhnt lovely frames you have V LtW xorro BiiBueJ K orlitycf HixbrirgVa faa jetOoeiIghoraAfor more tkan- 4fiftyyears Ie 10 re1il ni e 1t 4nl sZ Bo WANTEDA man that has some money or can give a good personal bond to act as agent for the Standard Sewing Machine Co Thiawould be a nice line for some good mercnant to handle Experience unnecess ary will teach you the buin0ss Write to W L Ward State agent No 130 East Broadway Louisville Ky NOT 60ODPATIEJTS Doctors Are Hard to Manage Says a Traned Nurse I suppose It is treason to my Bnpe nor qfllcor to say so but doctors are certainly not easy patients to mane remarked the trained nurse At tleast this has always been my experl1 ence and most nurses you will findr agree with me In the matter I have recently been nurhg a physician through typbold ttn1 my experience with him was typic of the cases oil the profession In go itil Doctors know nit ether too much for their own peace of mind you fee Each new symptom is recognlzeit and If ft Is an unfavorable one why the patients weakened condition usually leads him to lay great stress upon It Then since he has always been in a position to issue orders to the nurse cannot ertslly bring himself to take Ibe from her and he Is disposed to criticise and take exception to trent ment which the ordinary patIent n celvcs as a matter of course But perhaps the most troublesome thing of all is the mania which the doctor has for taking his temperature If he has a moderately hlgh fever and Is allowed to use the thermometer as often as he wishes he can fret amid worry over the result enough to send bill temperature up materially More than once rather than exasperate ai physician patient by a refusal to let him have the thermoirieter and rather at the same time than let him know Just hQW high his fever was I have dropped the instrument just as 1 was In the nct of handlng It to him Of course I apologize for my carelessness such times ariij the regret really it not have to bo all assumed for 1 at the expense of buying myself q new thermc meter iAt time I had an Inaccurate slrumcrit 4iilcb never registered high epough sf11 I used to call It my doc ttors thermometer By n little dcxteiv Itjy I could substitute this for trIo onp I actually used myself and the en couragingly low temperature It would patientNew SHOWING OFF A GUEST Tho Innkeeper Was Determined Fec Seoden Should Appear One night while exrSecretary of the Treasury Fessenden was on a political mlssfoTi to tim northern part of Maln he stopped at a small hotel In the center of the house was Wg stove that warmed w rooms In one of tbo apartments Judge Fcssenden established himself and prepared to take proper comfort during the even Ing Just as he had got well located with a book tim landlord a1 six foot French Canadian camd In Excuse me scln said he butMr Ed TYIggouc of Maysvllle she be In de odder room nu she wan to see Mr Fessendcen Tell Mr Wljrglu IJlbn In a little later said Judge Fessenden turning another leaf in his book Tlio landlord went out Ho returned Inn moment Mr vsviggone she send hjs compliments nu she say dat she wan Mr Fessendepn right away Tlie Jnterrnptlon Just at tbat moment rattier fiettlinl the Judge who was jn no way accustomed jo dictator nhip Tie 5odtt tImck suet a sharp roV ply that It was easily seen that the landlord was cut by lila asperity In just thlrlj seconds1 time landlord was back Judge Ics ndcn raised his eyes to find nyan staring at him with n look oJdCSi rate resolve With suppresselexdtempnt jn hlstones the tall landlord sjfoRe- Mr Wlggoije sayshe wMige Mr Fessendeeii quick on1 sUe goes 0 de houKf 101 RV she gon to see hlni svooptAIdownj l seIzed him tuckc1 him under his arm and strode across Into the room of the peremptory genjtloinnn froju Maysvllfe wMr Wiggones cafinly said tbe landlord as ninttor of fqctas though be4ad just delivered pitcher of Ice water I1ero ho Mr Fe endeBu Tie r AItftJrAI title Zy atP- jrsliade rh WASHINGTON LETTER t r SPecial Correspondence A total appropriation of nearly 13 000000 to defray the expenses ot the lijlstrlct government during the next fiscal year will be asked for by the commissioners from congress The appropriation sought last year bythe commissioners was 11781 90203 The amount granted was llr02950330 This year the amount sought will be about 1000000 larger Among the things which The com missioners will present to the favora ble consideration of congress are new school buildings recommended by the board of education six or eight porter ble schools an addition of 100 policemen to the force 750000 for the In stallation of high pressure water ser- vlcln thQ city a public bathing house wth a public laundry and a substan tial Increase In the force of the health department office Few New Schooll Buildings By far the largest estimate from any ode department Is that of the board of education which requested an appropriation of more than 4000000 Last year the board of education received more than 2000000 while this year It asks for almost that amount for new buildings and grounds alone Justice Harlan Protests Justice John M Harlan of the Unit ed States supreme court unalterably opposed to the plan of the Grant me rdorlal commission to cut down the Crlttenden peace tree and many oth er trees of Wstprlc value In the botanic garden to make a site for tIe Grant memorial Justice Harlan asserts that no reason exists for the desecration ut to be perpetrated by the commission in the destruction qf the stately trees some of whjch hate stood for a century New Trees For President During the absence of President Roosevelt on his hunting trip the dec orations of the past and west terraces of the White House underwent a change The bay trees which have adorned the terraces of the presidents mansion during the spring rind summer have been replaced by winter grei trees The reason for this Is the fact that the bay trees which were originally brought from Holland can not stand the winter weather The bay trees numbered about Seventyfive ancJtbelr removal required several d1y labor A large number of win tergreens replaced them Extra Fare For Terminal tyashlrigtons new 15000000 rail road terminal to which the United States government confrjbrited 3000 000 will be paid for by the people If the railroads have their way The general passenger and traffic agents of all the roads using the ter minal have decided to add to the price of each ticket Ito and out of Wash ington from 20 to 25 cents except fop very short distances where the fare Is a dollar or less when the increase will be 10 per cent in order to pity for the expensive terminal Prom mileage tickets ten or twelve additional mile coupons will be torn while a proportionate Increase will be made hi the cost of commutation tick ets Thus there will be a charge of ad mission to the new marble rallwaypal ace and the effects will reach wjler ever a ticket Is sold to Washington This plan will bo followed unless the interstate commerce commission Interferes to prevent It Stops Pocket Picking Superintendent of Police Sylvester recently received statistical informa tion relative to the numberlof visitors to Washington during the summer months and by comparison with for mar records he has discovered that fewer pickpockets have operated here during the last several months than usually During the month of Julyt 26000 persons visited Mount Vernon Jn August 24000 In September 22 000 Itis estimated that about 125000 visited ithe city who did not go to neighboring resorts In spite of this large number of strangers but few cases of popket picking were reported Within the last month only six cases have been reported to the police Spiritualists Plan Home The erection of a magnificent build Ing In this city to serve as the headquarters of the Rational Spiritualist as sociation was advocated at the meet lag of the fifteenth annual convention of that organization held here recent Iy The idea of establishing the head quarters of the organization in the Cap lull City in a flue building specially adapted to time needs of the organization was brought to the attention Qf the delegates by former Representative Charles B Scblrm of Baltimore Temple Proposed We should build hero said Mr Schirin a magnificent building that will beespccially adapted to our needs herotnwill take Its place among the buildings of the other great religious organiza tions of the country We must have this building andwe must secure the pledges of the members of the associa lion throughout the country that the amount of money needed will be sub scribed when the time for action comes Ravage of Tree Moths Wash 1gtons shade trees have dur ing the Pst season suffered severely from thb attacks of the wbltemarked tussock moth This pest Is a native species and In previous years has done considerable damage to the orchard and shade trees throughout the east ern suftesln certain localities of Washington especially Just south of Pennsylvania avenue near Seventh ptreet the trees have been entirely de foliated by thorn The larvae show a decided preference for the white elm pad the bassweod They also feed upon tho maples TIme sycamore Is not eaten If other species are to benad CAB1 SCHOFIELD runf d died In tostatoj you will of course get a third Widow Ob I hope to get my fourth Ho was my third you know Tbwij ndCountry Russian Liver Cool a calls liver until tbnder chop It finely with some fat pork two ta 3ilespoonfuls of breadcrumbs and aI small onion Season with salt and pepper bind with beaten egg make nto rolls and hal o threpqunrtors of ftn tour Servo with gravy t Cleaning Furniture When the furniture becomes musty ind bleared from dampueea a JM pol- tab may be secured by ioHfcaln Qf t piece Of clHHMWOlutt with frtfOMM- i9d then exposing t to the sir tot a uw hour Rub tqriktwr v1i ye Mi Pwhit- E me twa iia FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Care of the Teeth To make Thee teeth glisten besides making them white brush them every morning with warm water a fairly stiff brush and a good dentifrice A good dentifrice is an absolute neces theyhavthem with a solution of water and peroxide and the teeth will glisten beautifully unless they are in an healthy condition Cleanliness cannot be accomplished with an old water soaked toothbrush nor one which is used Have two brushes and constantlyI been used for a couple of it in carbolic water and lay in tbalr and sun for two dayg Carbolic water Is made by putting two drops of car belie acid In a pint of boiling water When the brush becomes discolored on the back throw it away To Stimulate the Hair Massage the scalp well eyery day and get it loosened up and iQexibler so the hair may receive Its rightful nourishment by the blood cIrculating freely at the roots This well stimu late the growth and arrest the split ting and breaking The splitting at the ends always Indicates poor nour lahmentan nothing but massage win relieve the trouble Apply this tonic as directed Sulphate of quinine 30 grains acetic acid 2 grains oil of eucalyptus 2 drams resorcIn 120 grains water 4 ounces tincture of cantharjdes 3 drams alcohol 12 ounces Mix shake until dissolved and filter Apply to the roots of the hair every night Worth Knowing SRoll sausages in flour before frying It will prevent breaking andalso Im prove the flavor Wash over the und Erostof a pie with the white of an egg not beaten to Itsb tNeverwith a spoon It makes them pasty Use a plated sllyer fork For mixing flour and water use a fork or egg beater to make it smooth and free from lumps A little flour If spread over the tops of cakes before they are iced will pro vent the icing from running off the cake Toaster and Broiler In the accompanying illustration is shown a toaster or broiler which con thins i simple attachment to make the broiling of meats or thetoasting of bread an easy matter In fact the JJiPBOVED BBOriiKlt broiling can beas readily done on a gas stove as ona coal fire Attached to each side of the frame of this broil m1cOmlngIndlreccontactm1 ports keep the frame and its contents extended from the fire By placing the supports on each side the broiler car I be retersed as occasion demands CiailLTtoas tie lost Fololar uWe ha vein stock many coic and diarhoea medicines says R M White a prominent merchant sen11moreetherJJI For sale by Hrydon Robertson How to W 2r SDraIlISprains awelllnps and lamenefs are promptly relieyed by Chamber lains Pain Balm This liniment This liniment reduces inflammation and soreness so that a sprain may becnrrd in about one third the time required by the usual treatment 25 and SO cent sizes for sale by Haydon l Robertson Wanineios Car Purchase The story ot Mr Mansfields pur chase of the flue private car he had used for some time previous to his death never has been told Until three years ago be had been hauled ground the country In u car not In keeping with the gate receipts He yearned for gaudier tolling stock but never round the opportunity to go shopping for it While playing hi Cincinnati his car was hauled every night out to Fern buck a suburb One evening he called at the station for linear in co smny with Clnreuce IIortpnfan assistant general passenger agent otthe Big Four and on the siding he beheld a ma4chisi He asked permission to Inspect it and Ilorton conducted hint through it Ive been looking for Just such a ear said Mr Mansfield tlrd like to buytlfls ono Dont think Its for sale explained Horton The car Is new hud Just ar rlCI11t belongs to M E Ingalls president of the road and he has not yet ridden In ItOf 1See it you cant buy Jttorme asked Mr Mansfield Mr Ingalls put what be believed bea prohibitive price on the car 15000 And thaf must bo paldpn the spot hp addBfl with a wink Horton reported this conversation to Mr Mansfield und jtbe latter without comment wrote his check for this amount He left Cincinnati In tbenew carNew York Telekrnnh In JIItCwt oaeupt1on results from a aeikctti or iasproperlj trw cold rohya oeey and 1Cllres tlaeot otMtlM c couflH iisd prsYets urloia xeaqits n oe- saots ths bbs ukow r fS1nj 4L Boctoiicho1boymivai ImIIi weak14y i t4Hc1idnte1 strong muscle irJis tsentirebody t 4 nh1iidattrjtheyears prescd t Scotj EmD nJ i t 1 tNOW f i To feel that k4rms jWOw Id thIhe as a 11 tll i7UA ablacks th l A1L jl CR BIi f 1 Ij No 201 Farm 128 acres one mite Southof Texas good 4 room dwelling good barn well fenced Price 2000 No 203 Farm 100 acres good land 34 mtie frojn Lebanon on Danville pike all good land well fenced and watered Price 50 per acre No 204 Farm 166 acres situated 5 goeddwellinggrassPriceNo 20S Farm 130 acres situated 7 miles west of Springfield good dWel- ling and barn good corn ana tobacco land all lies well Price 16 peracre 206 187acre farm seven miles from Springfield Good dwelling house 2 barns well fenced and watered Price 33700 l 207 52acre farm located 1 12 mis southwest of Springfield Gooddwell outbuildingsImprovements repair Price 5000 208 12 90acref farm 4 12 mis from Springfield all good land Sixroom dwelling stock and tobacco barn wire fenced All the land in a high state of cultivation awl lies well Price 60 per acre 208 100acre farm 3 12 piles from Springfield small dwelling housean d lies well Mostly in grass Price 840 per acre 210 108acre farm located 8 miles west of Springfield Good house and barn well fenced and watered Near railway station Price 3500 212 lacre farm located 7 miles from Springfield Good small houSe and barn SO acres in bluegrass Price 1500 213 380acrefarm 2 12 miles from town All lies well and is gtfod land Good improvements of every kindIfine woodland around dwelling Price 40 per acre 214 200acre farm four miles from Springfield Good improvements land all lies welL Price 865 per acre 215 103acre farm located 9 miles northeast of Springfield 35 acres of tobacco land two barns 30 per acre 218 210acrefarm near Mackville mostlyin219 14acre farm 40 acres creek bottom All upland new land Small house and good tobacco barn Price 45per acre 220 100acre farm located 8 miles east of Springfield Small house and good barn Palce 2600 221 191acre farm located 6 miles north of Springfield All lies well good improvements 13Pper acre t Estate Agents THE fEXAs WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for JlDr EW Hall 12926 Olive stree St Louis Send for Kentucky tim ouials a I t Ironing Pad For Embroidery t A three cornered pad made froth several thicknesses of old blanket or table padding and covered with lmans old pocket handkerchief or a piece of bid linen is convenient to slip underneath embroidered monograms on table and bed linen or the band embroidery on waists and lingeries which are so niucb more effective when Ironed over a heavy pad ir a loop of tape Is sewed to one corner the pad can be hung opthroniniboard Smoothing Kinky Hair Most girls cannot wave their hair enough but there are a few who are troubled with kinky hair If hair Is dry this preparation will smooth it into a comfortable condition Scentless castor oil two ounces cooanut- oil two ounces 011ot one 9nebnltMix dram and shake forilve ttellC1t Had Smallest Brain Professor John E Larkln of time Col lego of Physicians aud Surgeons sail Dr jOHanlof coroners physician after nna4bapsy iuthe44 Qf Daniel L3oas at Ne- discovered auuthles brain adult human y a Tbbrain 0 0t7O- Ukcee doctors CSflW I cvi- q4cE brln dIse JC I Ii nTssocj4J EjFORSE 1good c= fhi A ii222 i25nctnih cs I1mPr0nt4ycr Liid IiCejI 4 well oodhouae fenced Price 15 226 350acre farmjJtetl miicI rsouth of Springfield3- muents of every kindright 1i200acrc faiin fromSpringfield GOOdhOUrnanaau other twellthe aiittis4W22pi pringfleld land all lies j l in grass good 5 roomand Jnewbarn Price 60 per t j23O 167 acre farm 7 f4right232 2IQ zicre Lmrm 6 mn1mn tonn two gcd dwellings baswell Iocate tI0 per 1c 233tI40 acre farm3 niifrtown on the pikc go drodwelling house 2 goOd 75peracreS d234 2Oacre 254 mIles fromingfield Ky rghton the pikeIj t 1 grass goad dwelling ntIbariian all lies welt Price I1O priq j 235 114 acre farri locat d7 11ljes from Springfield right on thikegpod dwelJng and htm land alieswell Prie 55 ICt cret23 170 acre farm located 4I4lesfront Springfield the pike Ukise and barn Pricc9I25i pet icrcj4 237 67acre ffrm miled ritn Springfield oni pike good lMeand barn Price 2i5 eracret 238 100actz farm 3 miles froii Springfield goad lmotnse mni lamn Price 275U cacre 239 210 ac ftini one mfle fro Mackvillc the 1110 anw ltuu and good bmri PriceQ jia loatedrnjtfront ki4Price241 40acu4 piajood inrnne j barn all guI lamd on the miles from town Iice i6oO 242 56acre in miear it ttown 30 acres of ceekbott ued fourroom houm ii and rbuildings55acre 1farm gcl nd lb barn Pricei5U Real MoELROUWllkRTV andd Insurance i l lJI Ir the rosemary the 227 243 1Ii P4jM1JI IDI aicn antI catch coTs at dadcee which te4iqe le mona and c9nsg19u After iposore1f FoltoYg Hue lad Tlir di l taken it will brake ip cold aid JI o serious rcsujts neei feared Restt fufCa y but the acaineIiaa yeilopr packaje old Uy tr cross Drug storeIII t t rAiI i a Biierjtiaer3 j tlithstraiit W l flmtxrftlut city ThZrfl If utfl3l 1JI1JniJnck face iIT tt ItiFe mind 1lzglc JtIIalbe mhnla 1 Jroutnlt e ixriIencent 3rjire Ison nwT ta3miior IlmnellineL rliere I i npJi n lohi lofoii ftif it 4c1ock tt1 rt l 1rqmnr ketI fthe ihelni ni W t JMit 51 ulI wi Wt- 1othln II I i iQ1 ptks- orn gitJt at1 s utf1 qoca lmisIiuslnemjmkr J 1 fi 1 = 45tA Viv Mrs rQi1rrt nrSUlt tJw fit nioidy JIJlft hCZ my hei d culclItltmQni nrI J11t1Jt tofiflil LL15haiI 1l1 to L- lflukiylfLCt2tt fiMra lls rs Triushmiedt rt i tl Traneatlanthe ae From Tji4 f f 4Itt Rjrar m + tuie c grind tla- ntthirnnlrm4Iptt iupast remuk aafmnouhml cltrien t iit Ylserea Juke mliit hi tbt- bulgr lIf aIernhhlu1eackhi rn1 reroIt Time 117 il 3Pot1l1iMHUtI cf Tid life are little one Vt101ik Xe hoie is so pleasrsni rqevdie- tha eoaey will buy jE 110 eatire famhl7 Is 14 drlt bottle oI Onno Lais- ti itt Syrue ota d cenis- re every nebev of the fpm1Y- it1patIoii Ic headac- Waaebtroub Aod bythe ed- Cjms Qru Stere Early RiseN falu htt uiIIa y DRcJ tBUR O R DE t II a TEET4X41IMThDiOUPAIt i I 1IhsI kkLNGF1LJD JtJ A- uI Wkiii9t1 ta8s I Bihours t WUl1hm 1 t pm tLI vM g 1J 2 DdDft 4 fficea e + l IJ J Icc =ftLw 3 U I t WIrlcyATTOIThEY ATftA w 1 5 I Q IIPfl1GFIJCLID iY L RI ItBROBAXDSMWEYATT M Ti f 11 a u tiHa1 1ificeover r rh jTy QPP08j Presbytei hurch W W Ra 1PHYSICIAN AND SJRGEO flice oer Havdou LDrug SLc Phoie O1lic 115 b i J0 i iERA1VU1IC L Aith- l TELEPHQJW-v 7 I T 1cdulg y the time schedule tl FoUowi irzbn the Bardstow- n1ld branch railroad I ayes LoiaivilIel at 4 80 Barditowl Junotioi 22 Bsi4iwrl iO6pm arrtvtprigfied1 7Qpi Noeav 8intIe1d t fof Bardatown 607 m Bard Junction 6O in rrjifeJjQaisyiUe 740 amtN 49LVQS lipiiiisville at SSOF J Brcliit6wcr junction 9 i ffi B fdsto wri 11100 am i arat Springfield 230 pm- s t o44Leayea Springfied a- em BaTthtown1 220 pm own Junction H5 pnii sat Louisville 55 pmL90 Sufldays on1Liave3 jfieid iitil Vfe Bards iFarn Bardstowa Junction imj arrives at Jfjouisvil- leim o 91 Sundays only lieaves igyilleat 6pm Bardstown cfioD 6 45 pm Bards town mj arriye at Springfield pm j KILLm COUCH j CUR Tt LUNCa 1 kingsTNew 4j ITIIF R c8 Bli iITtill PBICE FPH 1 AND ALLTHROATAIID LUN6TOU5tLI f Ff GUAPANTUD LTIPAOTO- rr oz oxu UPUNDZD j jnMarketti ik i JaspekWliallen formerly with1r n 1eearns1b Leba- 1 ongy3is n vasociad t5 StreiJ t r We cqrdialijL invite ours and your friends to cal s when in the city and to us orders for any gopds Ile d i lPWhistes 2 25iQ 1JPr 1IIIR Settled in bond 1100 lJ ur c1 se kiW ship to all pmts Iron 4ouimvilIe Itusaor iioni 423 nci 425 St4iLit1New Al Di Itidiana 11I Smith W Ieart or 1 MbryN then thc as alwiijs dthg Ui imach 01 M4It4 tb heart dey That lpyamakeshieJ- t ta prescrt nbwu to druggIf- I verywherei h psestorativ he rest prepared tx rei for t iuske nerves trengthe thMaxres 1 uUd them up with Dr Ketort1ve tab ts or Wl f wiU ce e ee te scut en request vS Vour hcaJEhlit sorely worth tluh Dimple test For salt by tht 1k Cross Dru tore WMH I m I I Local 7Inthrest 1 The E1tt4 tind Latest i IF allr eIrJ Fri d- tt IlIJuty uat r f b0 a 3a fo is 1et rhboe Ifj Se HoYf1 nd t at 11c il lyitt8V r r IJfiIJ1 Fop SALE RfBerkshire sow 4nd pinepJifk 1Walker fttl f 1 ai7rTS lealschipt oytcke Alwaysf 4h Alway1 iq best at 1c- iEWoy J ShaS r o i r RoBatPatherflnnes3y h I t bepfS 0c 0100 RInn t t sold last weekJderSMr C Iil1trl house ri siqO1LTVejust eceiednewcJand f1 lotof seeded aseDS vcurrq McElroy Shader itt1 sAIh4 gristfeiHl and p engine In good con JJibn and wilT sell at a ta gainie y 0 w ODER Try a botUef our Monarch tbrnato catsup pctail catsup or chilli sauce They are fineL MoEWoySfihderE Btv RE C Lawson has- eetisick with v sciaticaHeii improving and expcts tQ hea rkble to fill his appointments this week J VlithkTnouir a k safuiii mincemeat ise the best rahecr jcjtfoniandvcurflants and remem rljffbert tMcJ roy Sbader r FO1SALEA three year old stallion by Chester Dare 10 Well woke and will sell cheap fstaken at once 1a T SiiA5YES 4SpringlieIdKy T here will Ib3 an iafportant tii iriectingpf the 1TJIited Daughteii the GOnfederacy at the Walon- bHoel on Saturday Nov 16th at rp In All members are urged1 o be prenttMrs Oscar Walker L res i TAKEN up Onmy pla e ten I hbs that wil eigh from 75 io 85 pounds red and black shotted Owner can hay same by paying for keep and fc r this adveft ement I BEN EDW RDS ii When cn 5nsi e breath is dk to catarrh the usual cause breathe HYQmeirrKillfi all catarrhal germs so thzt the breathe becomes sweet as oabes A Hyomei outfit costs ShOOifit helps nothing iif iit flits Sold by the Red Cros Drug Store i The revival services iri pro gressatthe Baptist church are attracting large crowds diva nd evening Cervices and much in gjitrestis being manifested There have been over twentyfiyis addi pnp to the membership i f tile Surdh The meeting vill be continued throughout tbej w ekIr Pt B Leach man of this county bought of Allen S Edel nofBurgin Ky the handsome yearlm staliion Noble De- ntnk i sired by vBighlan4 Den murk 1st dam by Tbornjtoin Starj 2d dam by Art Rose Price 400 This coit won second money at the recent State FairI f iJnil ring oft youngsters mr Leachman expeets tp keep this fine young horse for the studi iy f The official count of the Vote of JVashirigton county at the last electiondoes not change the figures giyen intbe News Leader table last week We JP dj rorJIl pub1ishing the majority G T Jrvis over Rogers Gore in the race for State Senator Jarviss majority in the district Was 9kGte carries Marion county by 16 Voter and Taylor by 11 votes while Jarvis carries Washington county by 121 votes lDlt p3 RpBards Wasjii Hat rpdsfr last week aiad pur 10rmerJyroWl1etlV Prof Bell I r and Mrs tJRoBards expect to mov io rjodibJi1rli next month BoUt iJSr RoBards Mrs Ro- Bir live aad 4fiien II Ui i4eD be Pro god j 4found lose to tl TOFIGSSiI The SPrig pldJ Bowling team went to L banoq On Tuesday night and played1 Uhe team at that place Lebanon won tbrae traight games The Spring eld teaM was made up as fol w Will Greene Leon Allen Will Waters Will Russell and Clifford Roberts The Lebanon team ways as follows Webtier Rbbelt Johnson Crume and Biker Th3 same teams will play again on Springfield alleys mi Friday night 4Thfc Harmony Concert Corn any composed of four attrac ve young lady musicians gave the second of the series of en rfaihraents for the Springfield ture course at the Opera House on last Saturday night he performance was highly ii pleasing to the audience The Dttosic both instrumeatal antl1 ocal rendered by the young ladies was ofa high order The lerformance of Miss Kirksniith on the violin and that Ofano berj Miss Kirksraith on the flute were specially tine OBryanGoodlett Mr James OBryan and Miis Nftra Annie Gopdl tt e r married yesterday at St bs The bride is the attrac tive daughter of MrW S Y Gbodlett and has many filendSi nd admirers in the community Mr OBryan is a well known and popular citizen of the county who has been employed in Lou for scnne timej but who now has a position at iiarlyl 11tendCircuit Court l Circuit court resumed its esi ion on the day after he elecMon ind a considerable ampunti of huskies has been disposed of Thejre has ben two convictions in felony cases and the Qffend1 ers have been iyen short terms in the penitentiaryt Lon Thorn urg who is a tramp umbrella mender was sentenced to a term of two years lor stealing from he home of Mrs Matt Wycoff in Springfield last summer a pocket book containing notes and securities to the value of 5500 00 and also a small sum of money JacklReardon woo was with Thornburg at thetime and who wasreleased pu bond fur nished by his sister did not put in an appearance for trial and his bond was declared forfeited The other c6nvietion was Jack Lewis a colored youth who was caught breaking into the store of Singleton Davison a short time ago He pleaded guilty and was given thrae years Bee Biker a coloredl boy who ode off a horse belngingtdMr- weti which he found hjtche d on the streets of Springfields and 4ho after offering the to sell the animal brought it part of the way bacic and turned it loose was triedfor the offense and given a fine f5oO with the labor clause attached Among other cases on the Commonwealth docket disposed oi were the following Sam Grigsby breath of the p ace 10 and cost Luthier Jenkin sein ing p25 and costs Thad Gbeath am and Evan crow dynamiting for fish cases continued Thad pheatham public nuisance case corttinued John Cogar breach ol theJaee f10 tIThe damage suit of E T Adams against John Simpson was tried andiThejury returned a verdict for the defendant This is anold case and was 4 1 i Reduced Prices On All J Millincry = i=jjTbe Prices on all my stock have 11 j been reduced This includes = everything No Shopworn goods ltt- tt Trimming done to order J J Materials furnished and the work jj = done satisfactorily = ff Miss Knoti iI- F 11 IF Opp First National Bank li at f Yt I k k k A k Lww ww first triedbefore the late Judg Charles Patterson Adams ho is a blacksmith claims to have received a permanent Injury tb hits leg while shoeing a horse belong to Simpson which was said to be a vicious animal Judge Patterson oti the former trial gaye peremptory iinstruct- ions for tbf defendant the case was taken ti the Court of Appeals which tribunal sent it back- t be tried befo e a jury Judge Th man wbo was engaged in the ease vacated the bench and- MrW PJ Neikirk presided in this case The suit for damages ofLM Walker against Jce T Hurt was taken up for trial Tuesday Young Hur t was driving an automobile through town one day last Jtine and caused a horse hitched to a runabout belonging tj Mr li M Walker the rural mail carrier to runaway Tnt buggy was mashed and the horse was badly in jured Mr Walker hai left the horse standing at the side of the road when the auto came around a bend and the horse took fright Waker is represented in the case by Messrs John W Lewis andT Scott Mayes while tf S Robinson of Oampbellsville and W C McChord of this plac represent Vie defendant The grand jury has ndjourjcd alter returning 22 indictments For Sale Cheap Twenty shares of stock in Washington County Fair Associ aion apply at NewsLeadsr office FICNAL Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon spent Sunday here Mrs J hnW1 Lewis pent the week with Tier daughter Mrs Frederick Mapget in jjouisvillo Mr and Mrs Will Merritt were guests of MrandMa Tames Pi Hagan at Mapel Hill Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs S BT Bishop at tended the DeBaun sale at Per ryville last Saturday and visited relatives over Sunday Miss Carrie Johnson and Mrs Gaorge Austin of Lebanon were 4n town yesterday Mrs CF Bosley and Miss Lizzie Bosley entertained a weekend use party composed of Misses Mary Burton McElroy Sallie Bosley Grade and Mary Rhinejieart Lebanon and Miss Dollie gore tfI Lexington Mrs Ware is returned from Messrs Lester Gibb arid Richard Kelly were ln Harrods burg Sunday Mr John DRoberts and Mr THE HUNTING SEASON ShOn Come and see my line of Guns and Aimunition I HUNTINCOATSIVESTS LOADED SILL with both black and smokelesspowderii I SHOT GUNS from 35O f5r single barrel to 25 for roubIebarreii Lii8arb i k w w w w- McClaskey attended the football game at Lebanon last Saturday t Mrs Joseph S Claybrookel isj visiting her relatives iin Birds town this week Miss Mabel Thompson has returned from Lebanon were she visited Miss Roe Mont gomery Mr G C Wharton is m 6oyle county this week oh business Mr E 0 McCarty et Sun day in Louisville Mr C 0 McGill of Tjabanon was IL Lebanon Tuesday Miss Myrtle Price is visitiog Miss Gertrude Stdker ofBards town Miss Nannie Rapier xf Bards town was in town one day last week Mr Will Hu4ton of Maud was in town Wediesdiy Messrs George Robertson and Hugh Lee Smith spnt Sut day in Bardstown Mr Wiil McChcrd of Leba non spent Tuesday here Miss Lizzie Lee 16fc Jlat Fri Jay to take ch rsa af a mission schojol at Prospect near Louis v lp conductedt under the aus csof the Presbjterianchurqh Miss Le is welt adapted and qualifiedfoi the work and no doubt willfil the position satis factorily Mrs Augusta RoBards who has been yisitirg her fonv Dr S hii B and Dr Ricl and Rc BarJs he e returned to her home home Hendersonville NC Monday She was accompanied he ma by Dr Richard RoBards who will spend the winter atHeidersonville fir the beaefit of his health 4H rry Smith has returned hKua aitsra few days stay with friends at Lbretto 1 Mr J Charles Greene has re turned home afteV a visit to friends at Bardstowru Mr Perry Marks who has been in Louisville for the last two months has returned hoae Mr Theo Campbell and Mr Joe F Pettus have gone to Gar rard connty to hunt Mrs Pettus and children Wentj a6ng to visit relatives at Pr achers ville Miss Emily Russell wfio has been in Louisville the past two years will return home thIS week to remain Mr and Mrs George Medley are in Owensboro visiting Mr Thomas Medley Miss Carrie Edelen is confld- to her home by illness this we k1 PrOf Green well of Campbells villa was a visitor in town Tuesday Mrs T P Wells and coildren spent Wednesday with Mrs John Y Mayes 4 Marshal John Grace and Will F Simms are attending the Pox Hunters meet at Bardstown this week Miss Pantile McElroy is visi tingln Lebanon Mr Albert Jury pew oqql wn is visitingMr Conrad Hertjteinl Mrs Thomas 0 Bryan is ai victim of typhoid fever Mr Bellebaum is reported to be doing aswell as could be ex pected with typhoid Mr and Mrs Jr B Mahon of Lebanon visited Mr and Mrs EL S Mayes the first of the week andhing at the home of Mr and iMrs SR 3ray 1 ne ittsO1bLPwitigi u RetMe1 tw Jf SundayJSchool Convention The Wailhtngto JCbunty Sun day 3cbcol Convention met at Texas Jyq Nov 7hat irfa m arid wa optined with idevotlona exercises led by the Presiderit Rev RE 0 Lawsori Th following committees were ap pointed Resolutions and future work Mr C B Pope andTm Cocanougher Nominations R v- IGW Campbell and and C R Drugan The program fJr the day was thus talien u Rev R EO Liwson iutk absence of Rev GW Lyori dtsyussed The true aim of Sunday scfrpo work IRev JL fr Ccmpbell In B very ablel minner discussed rThe relation of the pastor to tlie Sunbay s hoolTlJe Presi dent made ureport of the House to H use visit ti9rJra centiy conducted in Springfield Prof E A Pox led a very in teresting study of =the following topics House to house vjsita to home departtLenS oradle rdllarjd primary work Tho noon hour having arrived the convention was elegantly and bountifully entertained by the good people of the commun iity A most exec l1ent picnic diimee was served on the grounds Afternoon cxernises were opened with song and pfayei conducted byMr 0 B Pope after which Mr PLX entertaml told us what what the Sunday School Asscciatioi is and vlrM1 it is trying to accomplish iin 1907 Rev W EL Williams being unavoidaby hindered from attendance the VR y important subject arranged for him vz How to bwaken and rnantin- intrestin bibe studvr was very ably discussed by Key R L PurJom Mr E A Fox thus very en tjersarisrly and helpfully dIS- cus d Teacher training1 A vrry creditable offering was made for thi mamenance of ihie Association Committee on rcs lutIons m ik ng no repJrtthG Pifis dent thanked tLe paople of Texas ar d the communitw for their kndress to the convention and ther excellent entertainment The nomination coiimittee re ported tbt same officars be elected for tin ensuing year The rejgtt wasadopted The BPt music renderedby the snPafs cfthaVili was much appreciated by the con vention At 530 p m the COD vEnt on journtd j Nbbce The firm of Re Birds HynU having been dissolvedI it becomes necessary thatrll of thepusi ness of the firm Jbe settled ai once All persons knowing themselves Indebted to the firm will confer a favor by calling and settling I w 11 belli Sprng field until Dec mber j 1st and would prefer to settle these ac counts before I leave After that date all ac counts will be put into the hand of an attirt ney pr collection DnJ BIROBARDS Card of Thanks I wish to exte d to the many friends my thank for their kind ness and sympathy erprebsed during the recent illness and deathof my fat 1ertMr C W Epperson and t j assure them that their kindness will be ever gratefully remembered J EPPERSON CNIMESr rYou can buy the following candiesat McElroy Shaders nt lOca pound H H Drops Honeycomb Chips Mint Starlight Kisses Burnt Peanuts CreamPeucarsI Daisy Diamonds f fJellica Creams Asst Coca Bon Bans Cream Covered Dates Bisque Frub Boa Boris Fig Coca Squares Butter Cups 1 Satiriettes i Imitation9aIitoiaApricQt8i i Dutches Gum Dfops Peanut Brittle We also carry a full line of fine Chocolate onequarter pound for 50 If your blood Is Impure thin dla easea it or full of humors If you have ilood poison cancer carbuncles eatinjr Sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby piwply skin bone pains catarrji rHeuiga tism or any blood or sto Hfeee take Botanic JW BaBPjB B 133 Soon nil SOLwlfaait achea Ijj p stop and the bkod5Is m e re zad rich Druglsts or I 1 per large bottle Sa tree bt 11 Merode I dowar1 1 I1ANHosiery i I For Ladies Misses and Childrarr t t TIe above brands are the bett that it k ruiMi to Iiet Merode Underwear comes in w l pert IIwooland Fleeced Cotton Thee jnmi ia M i tt beautifully made and finished We are sok a MtB this well known t IIfor Underwear and rr Hr stock of llens and Boys IS tji 1 Underwear j is very large and we can please you iniii q uuky and price Boys Fleeced Undershirts aad Draws25c Ieraeach We also have the finer grades 7lc to lSO sack I SPECIALv Ladies Fleeced Ribbed Shirts and Drawers I 25GFhis is bargain t I 5 L Oiris Good Ji IIIBoysnd Hose lOc aN I5c The R bertso nlaybro k8GtJ I IINCORPORATED arL57w SPORTING WORLD Burns an All Rpund Athlete tommy Burns j present heavysvelgbt pugilistic champion of America Is a veritable athete lu addition to his fistic prowess be Is one of the best lacrosse players In the country DOll also excols Jn running swimming and jumping Burns used to be a lacrosse player jn Canada and later played In Detroit DUBNU oSLAORosn PLLU11IIt was In this game that he the ability to breal down human III ferfcrcnce that flndlly resulted IK III belngstarted on a ring career Bums la now matched to fight CMfe net Mole the English champto London Next plymplc Gamee The programme for the MjrfcfU games next year In London ko t completed and spread br aclcastaaii the athletic authorities throughwrt HM world Already assurances lave WMI received which wake It certal Ibat the meeting will result In brlngla W gether the greatest aggregatlom it ath letes the world has ever seen art wtt present a list of sports which waei4 have made the Old Greeks iBMffcM their games were to tho kindergartea class f The programme Includes everyihlag si1mostfrompitch and tOws to bH o racing t The main attraction for Amer- Icans will be the track anti field apert for here the Yankees will have tM strongest representation But after ail the contests selected will tI- so thoroughly British as was uw1IC Sonio time ago and the I1q is falrla au all round programme Such BTWI as the standing high and broad Jumpt throwing the fiftysix pound vrdgbc and the 220 yard low hurdles are atIncluded Yet withal the Junipwii hurdlers and weight throwers will have a good opportunity to exhibit their prowess Rogers After Haclcenschmidt Should Joe Rogers wrestler aW lighter who sailed recentlyj for Lit mutt with his manager Tom ORiibe successful In securing match With GeorgHackenachntldt the contest will be the first oa series of jalernatloual contests on the mt Hackeiwchmldt announced recently that jIM lut swlu to come to America ad aavtm JfvMkL Gotch and nay pfltrt1T klpliV tar for a match with hta DtaIM Is ts Cal wieitIC of t wN5 bet ORc- aad 1t0lHl Ie bilk ell Nt that the latter hi the IwtiMr askl they 5ar IIttSIIUIId tO 1he i w ort to Jtthe bac- kateriI irlttitbin a1l I blfli man thafl llackn scbmdt Ibe itrka wei I poTJDds when In condition fIV W1IS tlinir jn tliand Hachai eighths 22l But It to Jk K- iJ sa s ndJFin Hosiery EaQh www 14 I ttea Botn ma toow itratty uc- Meet lI each others atyK forK wi 1 hte tralnlar HMdnaaehaaMt feat aers became iaibMi With tb ia0 helag a wrestler lat HskaTaiks SMM attlteg Nekoo hai CMB a Iktemeatl wbkhh a lifhtwelght claaa atekhtg Eadtta Farlaad as tbp meet llirtyMtaari TT lit hoftors and saylu that BHtt lag practkally out e the rwaahaj rSa laIM aeclared thai OeMaPla and WJWttaw retired becawe iSt 8ftC08 SAW HIS OPPORTUIfTT L 1 Ripertrid ttMftReal Start bt Lifc- AM 0 thc city travelta pnhlie terw a strap hanger fcecavec ii has a linao t feelIng for hm ThteM wMjr the af how Frank VaaderHp IM a M kfst liLa start has ak alaieet a4 T i appealI It happeoeel wbfaTafMicrttp- mw i a reporter oa a Chicafv avvapiv pet aod writing fiBanckll atws The Vscte aItoatlott thee as iIeW w dffloat Impoaelbte diaries T Tcrkes j was tracttoa dictator aa1 the atodl holders aa4 ties nubile a rac had 4 w rd to say La the coaiact V roads Nor could they pet Ray tjj tMea of the fnaaclal coadtthta sC pro1rtIeLSThe time for die anal iafeatiac f1lfthe stockholders of the prlMipal ro came along At all the a n4tagi Mf Yerkes had rntiled off tha ree Ithe usual tndecipherahla er1urtk4 way and no cue knew whet WM ito Jt liar So Vaudertlp ptaniMd a oii i He bought a share ef Mock which adnlltted him to the meetta Behad beea a stenographer hefarc he JMInIM 1t totoya Bewspaper msa Wheat Mr V wHd into lila breeay p4aat ea af r tl- Iiaeel the yowa NpaItst urn dewS tTMYUtlB he silt Mr TiiI I eStrUdB g liar aM It was tIdII The patfaeajMtni WMM aaati pay the operating expeaaaa attt the strip hagers pay your lIlY Iiu4i LThe next day thi aetem- cTaairrllpi ktpd accoaat of tht aaeUag II troHsed a storm o f ilhuuaalam fir R J Hat bareaomeofthetesetloSIlhet it got YaBderllp a nptea at slr d a prom tlom ata day 1 iatL6 SI- Nfthlni Like TIat1aA1saSrhta was told me iaf other 1 yW At a lQaabya frtewdwtw has Julajaiw the toot of Irelaad ai Ma lakes of Killaraer aai a Jrq Mrtae ooe oC thoee Mae waa tellhaf him oC a ria DMaaiptlajr whi 5r to mqqojids as II Ajptft- Itw bat bad all the etw lJ iibalag aa EagllahaMUi e Ton aay Nfl salt the tyoa Ue batM iVNte yaia tree h Pal aim larH jraaM aiMI 1 W fer fecratt 1StlILL rM t1t D It IIiAclIIt i a Bttaetaar ta the d oIJ tW oalotad wtuSuuS we ten to a attea I MI cimoZae V IM ether what tat hai eaim fc M Jtoka It hi l ii 1l I wurn LA tFHJB t31 t S Tt4f IT tfftlU wOf It It the tin wiwn the 4oc jfi b ty ftd tfce ptBt mtnnlac4 brers re4 eat gala fn t reJ ea staIy s i1DIep r T sis lbs- r Ii 1tEbasisw I I trotabte weaker iis here te1H what to toiD t J Ji 1 r ounce 2e gee jhrt n npS rep orsIiKilt by ahekn e+d t is teM1 ful 1eend nt bedtime i I this iapte Ixxne Y toreit the flrti sigh 6f tOr it joor back tcbMOr yea ieeitht the kid f MfS fit fl Mtiit jjest right 161 That ft aaii to be a t 4iMl L refalator and almost t = for all forme oll = p k euecl bj lblfkldMJatilde oddly prepare thisi at Ri- home aid a4 mull OOIILe0 aJTU Uta in this toyser1 TidaUj when JMOWU the prey y uri tiXl tteiNd that bbeJ Could itlMtf wpfil tbeM iingredienXJ or lfar iMtin prefer theya j jMill rMiiiWiid tto nfxtire for r at a f r 1 niM i iIIpr nil tit ftlwitiKbe read I tMe UatW 1 thy SbheI i estsw al6g r Wt XaMi lortljec is cMw but ofe sigh for rae hMIT roe j xJCUJttT4ttaeTYUKYTUJI to AftIWJIItIi L Fsit i 7 o t JIIIII r Ise incVV lu ittttl another Read this Itelk 1 ttav la u ldy the lead WMk twenty aaileee each hand 1irN t Myoa Md1 and feet T1ift t ttheutMeeit tii ratt landtMadbtUwtorM beanie and feet wt tdeeeit- PbMdlp6la Ledger IIVSIdOslSiysr aadV tM iupr rrfiDsWr ot Iowa can tell a a J i story awell as Mark Tub cad Is K tbe real flvor of the t ta to the followlBc one should lisfen InlmltaFitttS Way gar wafaptiir when I was a boy IIt cot fref JK to 30 cents apundfittl tkat tiinaL sad chiMren were not al t towed to wt gwitea much otlt aa da aWya It was a 1re occa r eC family event rwben a of was brought home It t J ui well remember how ea ikjvaB solemnly con hie closet storeroom un rolled inside and the locked and the key turn homekeeper ifn ItItoft paay tragedies of my ione latent day accidentally forgot to lock ae ked Into the closet to to the n ar got caught at tbexerdses I cW get my head began out i irit ftM Impnibl i Iwutt 7ft to write mea play f IM tW aetrattk t to a What lhid tpylJr r 4h airy kIM of play that wlll J ww j r fie playwriiiit alghed deeply Thmt the OM kId of play Ive anw abie to wrltebe sadly ad Platal pealer of Dutity Herwrs l kept track pfi leer What a t auwr a fotc a year or two sly was a a ah WM a principal sup 1 lA4Mr sIN played old woman at1II And rr beautr t12TaieiitJPeaA tto h iErjucii water in stocks tweeter Colonel SUllwell 1me jJIdue to your lack of fore JoeatlJMT Wall street down 5 w the limitations o liB f prapcrly understood fi WarIJ tr 1t f ei L F OR tr NEURALCIA 1 SCIATIcA RHEUMAT M BACKACHE il1tSIMi te5si VftwafN AIItUBp11 lRfmutabfe Experience In a Locfr ltnCompressed Airr fr FORT Y ROUNDS PRESSOR- Tit Way It prWhethe Valve First OjMnMl and the Chamber Fills WHK the Inrushfng Air and fog Why Yu Dent Collapse or Explo As the lockkeeper tutus the valve vrlte A 1W Roller In Appletona Marine tbel91sI scalp talslng LueeChas It your ear were next the safety valve otn locomotive blowing amand eseew fob so dense that you cannot see your JjNUM before ypnr eyes Wider and wWfcT the valve Is op ned the tog be coming eVEn denser and the racket tecreiislne until the stir fairly drones sad soar eyes and eardrums and soV 7 scalp tremble with the air that vibrating about yoju For the first tl eJnyour life you realize thait sound may Inflict physical pain n that there Is a possibility that It ma lkllt No sooner Is the ijlg valve opened thj you feel the pressure against your eardrums A big wn1ot cottonsee m m Into each ear two big fin seem to push the wads more and e firmly until each time when yon iiwallojv or blow Int your nose the sensation disappears only to beg JUMW Should you purposely delay ilieJfdletcere being posh deep Into your t Nothing shortot thin faith that oth a successfully withstand these sen nations prevents you from becoming unduly excited for actually you are In the throes of abonJLas disagreeable situation as you care to meet For tM eternity of hat a minute the racket end tog and ear pains continue Then the noise ceases as suddenly as it began Out of the fog comes the voice oity our guide JFeeling all right Ears call right No trouble to breath Oh youll be all rlghtl Again the valve screeches and the air drones the lop Qt your ad throbs and you are shaken with- In and without Gradually after fife lapse of ten mlautes when the pressures In the and the Jock become more equalized the din begins to slacken then It falls more find more and fades nothing after width the lockmnn opens the heading door and you gaze thatyonHow does It feel to be under forty pounds pressure There is no sans fief to itnon whatever which tLe trouble for In case bean heart Is going to give ont there is no warning everyegnareis a pressure of 5760 pounds and yoqrffbein m per square foot pressure Jnslde 01 you yet you do not feel this The pressure 2rom without ls soJgreat that were iit not for the pr j within you weal be smashed fiat a j toad run ojvcrby a steam roller nn f the pressure wI ain you is eb great that were it no counterbalanced byI the pressure frori without you would explode to atoms like the shell of n dynamite Yet you means of realizing Is You natural You cartrIdfbreathe and without effort You move without being con scions of Only a feeling as water eft In tbe ears after bathing remains 11 The noise pf rumbling cars and scraping shovels from ahead soon natural So doe the voice of Sou guide Only your own voice seem s strange In your cwn ears far pitch than yo ever have heard i and far off not as If it camefrom your own mouth but a It from ten febt be hind also and this strikes youjqueerly untIl you Lave round the cause all sounds are chopped off short for in this heavy atmosphere there is little echo and carrying power Even th explosion of a dynamite cartrdg- makes no more roise than a shotgun fired above In daj light In this dense t tmosphere were you try to whistle with your lips or tV blow a cornet or a fife you might blow your lungs out cvithout producing a sound for the iressure would resist any sound waves ot which y ur lungs were capable Giving to the excessive e supply of oxygen were you to light a match it would bairn with tbe rapidity tinder amidvpluines of smoke For the same reason an oil lamp or lantern would burn itself out within few minutes emitting volumes o soot that would comma nletek hide the A SI9wlflcha Prayer Maythe Lord help you mak Bucklens Arnica Salves khawn all writes J Go Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took tie painout ofa felon for and cured stir a wonderfully short time Best onearrh lor novas burns and wounds 25c at J Hay dons drug store 1rnd I Vf 1S- Iig stiOI11r Stomach m able is buts symptom of and n DyapelIeartbuthey are symptoms only ofa certain BpecW opENerve alclmesanothmg else Ehoops Restorative Going direct 1RemedyDr b nerves alone brought that success Dr ShoOp and his Restorative With Iout and highly vital prlnclpl no had ipbeForstomach bad ShoeRestorative4hbletsor n anddecheer Dr Sheeps RestoratiyeSTaRtRED CROSS DRUG names Ana for the saw reason a lighted pipe or cigar will burnt of itself without suction nntih single mouthful of smoke is nil you would be able to get out o netgarette Were you 10 bring antatptycorked bottle into this pressure from the outslcje the pressure against the cork unbalanced l by pres hdaura atom within would be so great theystopper These ate a few instances of what yob find when under forty sCobez pounds of pressurejjriver cO n the natives f meats DRUNKEN MONKEY IN JAIL 1IBibulous Sihiian Series Short Term Behind the Bars tha Mlddlesejx count NI J jail has lost Its monkey Little Petro Barbuzn who got drunk and tore up a flowerbed and did othef mischief at South iHvet and who was arrested for dig orderly conduct and sentenced to ttbirtsf trays in he county Jail was released on application of bis owner who want i ABB STED TOn DISORDEflLY CONDUCT plucded tJn erbondito keep pence and Is sentence jSms suspended Petro was nilghty sorry to leave fJIIhe end developed his affecl6u for cook house which lliar been made Is private quarters In fact he had b two pretty good changes to escape hi wouldnt take advantage of them If hp gets obstreperous again he w have togo back to serve out his sen1ai tence x Power of Imagination Illustrating the strange poser pf fl 73gasonauthQrrdoct orm he knew had found it necessary to git nJttk get some sleep After awhile the doe thought It advisable to stop the mor phia and for two nights his pafle was unable to sleep owing to great pnlnOn the thlrtl rilghtI the doctor being stillnmyjlliug to admlnlstermor insfeaed IJentuUJ Intthe morning with wl at is known n3t a morphine mouth 1ff Inopportune Advice Mrs Ascum4rMIss Crabboli Is menn ber of your suffnige club isnt fIhof1 Mrs GnddiejNo we had taxed her We were di cussing the servant girl question the tlier flay and she liitd the Impudence tsay that It ere only ski td at lioine and attended to tmslncsstl tie se runt question wouldnt bow l asnt aJU PhiladcIphla Press tSensitiveMoto rist Coonley Beg pawdnnsu but kin yo Infohm me hov many tail e s iIam tab Jnyville rriie Fanner iotorlesl lefD on nlflt pussonal sul1tIonn glt pusSOpAIiPUCk This IS fort Ro1cm6Crin to As noone fIs immune every piprson should remember that tfoleyS lid ney Cure w cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is net babe ndAj thehRedj T I t Rescued Keeper Attacked by TWOIil Grrzrly Bears The love of n golf for n man sav the life of Alfred Hill animal leap otnt City park Denver Mr Hill had gone Into the bearsdep r giant aufmals have been extremely ugly during the last several days at tacking trie other bears without provo cation f eby the grizzlies and braved them armed with no more formidable weapon than a leather quirt You stand around there and get on your good behavior Mr Hill said to ji The grlizly didnt reply in words but he was seen to wait his hind Inhfl a BEHIND JIM WAe His FAITHFOIi PACK mates direction and both rtbemn suddenly arose to their hind legs and closed In upon their keeper lulls life was trot worth a penny aj to ever Jim the gray wolf In the jolo1J lug Inclosure came to hlsrescut Lind e Jim was binentire faithful pasblIn less tune that it takes to writ e about it old Abe and his mate were i their bearshlps so busy that Hr HUIc was given ample time to escape iYoU can tell me about wolves nolDt being grateful ICfyou want to said Animal Keeper Hill nfter he had elo so long ago ifJ1nt Phased old Av away frojn the your wolves of which IIs i f p Shot In the Ear He Returns to File n Bill of Cqmplaint Because he returned to the house iIn which he was shot lin the ear when iIn the act of lunching after rifling If tn demand damages of the owner Frank Provockl nor finds himself behindI bars chorgid witL of aAfter fill taa bag with silver arj lth to eat cold meats and other food la tile venue Gleveland O Beltt returned to find the stranger at his board The burglar blew out the lone lamp but Bcltt the darkness Three v at ehours aroused by a pertJ ofslstent nt the door faced nU e escaped d by tWelJ y ue got n nerve said Beltt A Squirrel at Church rtd squirrel from ftllavatla ble evidence n Methodist undertook attend t ivine seniccs interrupted the pastor n the midst of tin eloquent sermon ami caused something of a comniqUou among the congregation at lliQ Wayne M a church In Phlladcl pUn The squirrel entered through open wjndotv near tile pulpit and sitting up ivlth US tall curved overIts cufiled back calmly surveyed Its scar ronndings nnd eyed preacher nnd congregation as unconcernedly ns though was nu everyday occurrence Theda disconcerted Pastor Tlioinp son to such an extent that he for n moment or rir o lost tile thread of blsnl sermon After requesting one of the members toi please put that squirrel vat he resumed his discourse Life Saved by Letters The ute of Constable Charles F Stevens of San Antonio Tex was snved by ir package of letters carried n store on Prospect to make an arrest when the person wanted dis lo near a clump of bushes was fired on full chJirgdof bird shot struck where an carried his letters most of them lodging in the phperq others pQnetrat ing tic flesh to some extent CIj i IN Headachy TAKE ONE LFEt otheJr dehmould antithe JjJiJ1forfremembered fjsawpatjwagBURGLAR DEMANDS DAMAGES bugglaryand theblSttJeffersoill fltedlln tvounesaideaporupntrlittle erlntrustoa enforgotten droveilownA iE DRM ILESt ANTIPA PILLS tJCTff tHUtUe Tablets NrfD THE PAIN is GONE trIt H Bui1d FoIC 21 THE PENGUIN Comically Serious In Mating lt Wicked Flippers fQrUfeon tl6 subject When mnt snJe ho- pen the process Is as Interesting as It is mnnycreatures beWgrlgqthave regular fighting places and one such battleground was found ender an overhanging ledge The results of presentInlittlefightingnil debris Although the beak of a pen guin Is so formidable a weapon when used on thin skinned enemies yet their own skin and blubber are so resistant that they can inflict no Injury bythis fightIngpering it might be called The two combatants proceed to the fighting place and then walls cautiously about each other Jockeying for an opening and ready to take instant advantage of false step or move on thie part of the opponent All however U solemn and decorous consistent with therest of the life ot these strange the beings When at last each seQures a good grip on the neck or body of the oppoj nent the real fighting begins As nine tenths of the life of penguins is spent- on the Open sea where they pursue capture fish swimming with great swiftness by strokes of the filoperlike wings it can well be Imagined that the strength of their wings is very great and when fife two fighters begin belabor each other with rapidly viei flipper strokes each resotmdtn whack must make a considerable i pression even on the protecting coat cverrecordedthenot probable that they result fatally he weaker of thcf wo must soon sue under such severe punishment yield the field and the fair penguin to his stronger rival The strength of the wing strokes can be tstp take of ones coat sleeves or better buck of the hand The third Onesoon fully satisfied as to the pen tris ability In this respect The ough skin and the lloose rolling tub beneath besides breaking atnll and protecting the bird from the iIcy writers in which it lives sometfm purpoDeer Kills a Bulldog A bulldog and a deer fought for an houror more on the tracks of the Cleveland and Pttsburg railway at the Bessemer avenue crossing in Clevelan0 I It resulted in the death the dog under the hoofs 6C weeding e and almost spent deer JWhen deer which had escaped from th zoo ran upon the tracks In the early afternoon the dog was at his heel s Wpe animal for miles At bay the fleer turned on Its tormentor arid with low ered antlers charged time and again the bulldog which with characterls tennclfr returned as often to the attack It was not until more than an hour after the battle was first noticed employees of the National Kefining company that the dog flualjy was ground under the heels of the deer which jumped from the tract at proach of a freight train theII A Green Grocer I Jotfy The Itinerant Green Grower Only ba maam London Sketch On the New Building Larry TIs a hard wurruld Pat Vejy hard tour Auld Demij Whatare yez tiukln about now me mon i1 Ljirrj Faith luk ut the automoolies t01toNews His Resolve u Sow Archie said the teacher what have you made up your mind to best fi pursojf this year Archie CpolnilnR over his shoulder at ah Nlnryrp made up me mind trowlspitballs lfYu eve Headache asttr i O Te cave ai Quickly leaving no bad Af reff- ects77f y 4wak251nts d enter din- f Wtf Is medk f0T To cure But one tr edkitte hQtcure uIflmedicines act on differe s of the b ir I biSanother to the spine WJn HCartuti io tfi1R r Onerndl Y per eoIIth Winefcjjhas proven so efficacious injMrs Wm TunMr of earlos for JwouldIhurt I l I I 1 iwrhetptirafs tiWRITE US A LETTER s WOMAN AND FASHIONi Stylish Long Coat The llong coat promises to be more Jin evidence this season than ever espe chilly for afternoon and evening wear Here is sttown a simple style that may easily be copied 4n any plain faced ma OP BLACK PACED CLOTH terial The strappings df dew may elasorienmtnl theofprevailing fancy in trimnJings j Bias Fflds of Velvet Many of the costumes for winter wear fashioned by the tailors show bins folds of velvet In self or contrast Ing colors but chiefly matching the color of the costume TheSefolds are combined with the wide braid and the soutache and make for novelty For overlappedetache are seen In most cases both the satin and velvet bands will match a color In the costume Among the newest braid ornaments are those formed of short coops o f cabochoiesfoundation and rosettes and choux of various braids large and small slllc tassels and brandenbdurgs a some of the new ornaments are termed w ll be much used on costumes and separate wraps as welL f Some Small Xatst By a careful senrch the small close fitting turban ana toques can be found The1 small hat always finds tarot with a certain type of woman that is thee one with classic regular features who likes plain and rather severe things Therefore the small hat will always on salenever mind what tbq Ing mode So few women realize that the sue cess of a hat depends on the Way the hair Is worn that too much can never be said to illustrate this point In fact the way the hair is worn about the largeI1ntseemh I wear almost impossible In fact dwes Its dlscomfort4o hair not pinned tlght Ilr hi place but so loosely no support pan be given to the pins A Dressmaking Hint This novel garniture may be used as tin attached waist trimming or can be a separate harness effect to serve for qx YfcIPtl nbaUSS several waists In tbtf latter case ipakb of silk bands slightly stiffened tad trimmed with narrow black velvet- r boon and black or fancy buttons Girls Evening Coats For the very light weight evening coats for young girls the materials em played are pongee tussah and taffeta silk These coats however renot very worm unless they are Hncd with silk throughout Even then they will dot be warm enough to use very much 8longer For the medium weight even iinjr cjnt tqt wjfh inns bo worn up IfTtjio time of fur lined garments light weight broudclotii Iis the favorite mate tint Sift flue novelty cloths showlns Ithe slightest possible design IuUle weave are nlso used Tultefai silk In sometimes given suflicleut weight for wean until the realty cold weather by t PWvy lining of satin awl an later4- y11rie J A Slhnikr HM y j4ItMl dklut 3rK Mle WtW in for HB catt t W wan afrakl W Mftr PtirMt 1f Ii fw 1 Ofat stuns twos mj loimma wont M sallatrt plum etSug ltd Yrederklc ri Advlet dtctMesyei ae M rt t c TheDown t DownfheFlue rrHie I INItIromaeuoaiwmK i 1 Il t pipes to wale ibe lat I PERFECT itlreIHM T H 1 wiok I h law JlcwMI IraLIIWM 9 Mws BailljIpIL EverydSSI IC The Ra Lamp =i s Wlever MaIc rkJprr-v coital draft tamer Ewry PHtibeiT f R1 on cedliT1- t Do notsuffer L Head4acheswhen VWillI vIou r TbellTJ UM tealan fDrWIIOIgood health one xnuat k =Tri r the4ItioaA POSITIVE CURB FOR 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