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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4Ltt4zmc1I J IINEW SE8KS WL XIV ci48 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY NOVEMBER 28 1907 vr LJDR W FIRUSIYP- RMjrCA1 DEHTlsrrOffke over B oi at sbuer IPntala prices wotk giteedasPIUIELD XL O1JRIRECTtY BPRINQIilP Dty seat WashiT1EtORM1tY 51 wiles south tof trOtt 9 Milel I from 4oivaW qte4vtowi bmach of d1ft Til1e iiiIi Nkyi1k laUro Jn a fanning a rCUM11 istict 4 Two ak rtMI iuifl telephone Unaa cz1wce tour IlUls lumber yarti ptitiotI17t0 pOtla os of county iMpiktlr I Re ill CZre Hon Red JoXnaay dtowflX1I- epmmsei4tiYt iRXe1blc- kXatur1a Leis W D Ckybrdoke Re ttiYe intate SeaafeHofl- C n t Jenol1CT J Rt7 DIrctSYL CIRCUIT COURT cItMI rt1H giflsOa tke is fourth- os4v t IITebfllar3rT JCiy Qto J I Tirn Ji4gsL4 oPa ra dO oaw 1fkAt f r8y B6b4Ai NOeaClCrk a GrMclullaa laterCOl oaai 1 QIJAXTJRI V 6oup flpariwcljTCeurt is keld on lie third r m C 1llteack moatK p i iteT Judge COUNTY COURT cty C4t mets pa tbe fbiurtlr YhLeQh et1L B LtJcWa jfl Bwpkec CoittY Clerk t T aIef4 JCounty itliraty- U ft Catlctt Jailer s0t90urneS1MrlI aAiderao icIIh e 1erprtEddkmaU etIV AdpfMteri 7e T Meore Cpanty Surveyor TP 0BryaB Assessor woIVMitchdI eptotty 4RrtHoc Treasurer jJt Mngoery Corpaer t w iikr P4 Qf CouaO- RabsM1 PO 1a4L CITY COURT L Woe PUCC JadfVJJptM ohiiGYacr Icanlft IT k r Christy City Attorney j 6 JUSTICE COURT V Jitettee Coarcs are held IH January April July id October c Ji j 1f Ctotitxh Directory O JnpBtiKP r rK G J LjSj PasSCr h 7iitaI1rS11tdaY M ck month tl13tand7 p ii 9kja4ayehooi every SuUdayatlO am IAer a4teH every Wcdmeday aigM THOI4CCHURCK WT JP I1 HeBne aJL Pastor Ser Ag TefT 8 ij4at at 8 and 10 oclock 4 Itorriees atSt Rose same hours t riuu4cRCH1c taiY R E C Lawson Castor wolWiMt every Sunday at It am MKt r puftY school every 4 y iL 10 tm Prayer Bieetiti srf httpdaf etealnr at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH s W fltriOI1 Wi1IaIabtor IrtKcliiafevdry Sunday at U am jff r Sunday School eyery aidfijfjjtf3Q aln Per meeting teff fliiWiiy cTenine at 745 oclock 4sv CBHRISTIAN CHURCH evWoF Rogers Pastor Ser yicaii Itand fourth SundaSunlziy tIL3n L rtiiiI Orders MAKHRK IXMKX Sfrinfffleid lodge ffo SOetvrataikLthird Monday tt lli04It aktjtI A Cha1tei No 57 uleeti eYrTecoad Tuesday Spring iicBd1 5iiacets oil cry t itr Noidy1 t r I pCAfDt t oitt HS v iT h mo I rr Kodol ForI- ndigestioni Our Ousmatee Cotiput ffteriiitssqfa fioo bottle ot KoaolJjwi Bn Vnaialj wit haa not ben 6te4 yoa W will MNM jour tnbncy Try l ja2r e ttfcMftrMtee FjUot sad ikiqh Wowtec mMt if to the dealer at thoU of nkak ft teil to Mtisfr you retura 5 boIoaethlrd of th- eiedetustothsbtwhom1oa bought u 1N Town Stat SiP be DigestsWhouFalt- Au t Meis ts 1Sack at-L c Dwi1r i 1u4tiZ RED CROSS DRUG STORE b NEWSL1L4DERt QN e e 1I ROIIVD 1ot TfttKt U AAd at1 a r Fjnanciiii Advice tIf you get a cashiers check Pasit nJ Dont Imagine jqure a vreckrv Pasiton Confidence mall you need To hardluck tales give no heed l Keep em moving at full speed ti Passitont When you tet9npay a bill Pasitjon Theyre nofjpod when standing still Pass ip 0nY v While it pays car fare and rents Show your sharejpf cpmmohsense And YOurstock of confidence ImmoftIF ORTUNATE While reporte of financial troubles come from all over the country and the ctfiQcujties of the banks re ported Springfield fortunately experiences none of these Our banks ate pursing the even tenor of their waj s and appearto have mQI1 yjn abundance for alll1 needs It is true money is al little scarce throughout the community but this fact is ac counted for bythe fact of so much of the farmers resources being tied up in the tobacco pool for years in the nst the money from the years tobacco crop would begin to pour into the hands oi the growers aV this par ticular time The contrast is prticularlvnoticeable bufthe growers and merchants and- otherswho are behefitted by this income rom the tobacco crop must be content and have pa ience a little wile longer for the tobacco pool is in good shape and were not f04 this stringency in ihe money markets it is said that a sale of part of the pooled tobacco WQuld have been con summatfid before now and the j local situ tfon somewhat relieved Tobaccd men cap afford to wait however and the indications are that their patience and faith will be rewarded by in creased prices for the tobacco they have on hand LOW Be sides this if the growers stick gether they will have won the victory f which they have been striving for so lopg agaiast the rooacco trusty t tIeIE TBONG STATEMENT B YI the way In Tegard to tobacco business we notice tbe following item gong the rounds of the state papers An over wfe ling majority of the Ken tuckv Legislature which meets in biennjal session in December is pledged to the canse of the tobacco growers in their fight with the oombne And in the event of refusal by the combine to take over the lFJq bits Societys holdings of 1906 tobacco then a law is to be passed by the legis laure expelling the American TbbicC Company from the ini1kgal cambinatioii StateI straint of trade fIESV PAPER The Taylor alInetabJ lis nqurer hasaI i ritleast he is new to the Enquirer but heis by no means new at the business W Owen Mcintyre is oneof the brightest and most widea wake editors in the btate He will doubtless make things hum in old Camp bellsville and solong as he stays with them the peoole of that burg may rest assured that they will have ziiive newspaper r A tickling cough from any cause is1 quickly stonjjed by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thprqughly harmless ind safe thttDr Snoop tells mothers everywhere to give it t01 very young babes Tee wholesome gr leaves and tender stems of al lungheSling mountainous shrub fur1 nish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the the cough and heals the sore and sensative bronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal acking lungs The Spaniards eaflthls shrub which the doctor uses The Sacred Herb Demand Dr ShoopsTake no other For sale b- ytheia3sUru tore Ltbwi TdepKobc J The telephone sit nation i4a much better and the outlpok now fl jsthatitwillnotbe long before the citizens and telephony company will be ori tthe middle ground that both can stand oil without fear qf either being annihilated by thejother At a special meeting of the city council held Tuesday even jog with all members present except Councilman Kelly a ugiJ i ge tion was made that the tele phone company show good wil by putting in the phones that it had been refusing to put in and that theali the council would be ida position to take up the disputed matter with them Mr Reud the telephone cothpanys- represeniativeshere here agreed tp take up the matter at once with the prf sident of the com pans and stated tnat he believed the company would put in the phbnes Judge Farleigh who acted as counsel for the company in a recent suit here advised that the company put in the phones or get put 0 TOe council closed byagieeing to send a comnitteo to Nashville andother places to taU the information possible as tthecost of operating a Helephone plant after which they would re port to the city council wheniiit would take up the question o selling or not selling a franchise It now begins ttoXJooke like 2fta e telephone people and our ciiil zens will adjust their differences Afteri c communicating with headquarters Mr Ed wards vthe local manager received in structions to putin phones in the city ytovd this work he began WednsdttyEnterprhe Deata Cannot Be Corel by local applications as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constJtntional remedies Deafness is caused bya inflamed condition of the raucous Jin ing of the Eustachlan Tube When this tube ia inflamed you have a rum bling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed deafrtessia the result and unless theinflamatioq can be taken out and tlstube restbr ed to Its normal coiiditipu hearing will be destroyed for ever nine cases out ftrn SIr rac td ly Cat airSybich i ncthinR but an inflajned con dition Of the mucous sursaces We yillgive ono hundred dollars for any case of deafdess caused by byHallslara free C4TOledOOSoldTake Halls Family Pills for conti pattun Mrs John W Lewis Wins Her Suit i Mrs EIJza1eth T Lewis w fe formerlDongressman Jphn W Lewis off Springfield Ky Vt63ay in Judge Shackelford Millers coir obtained judgment against the Smith Nixon Company for 325Mrs Lewis alleged that she had bought what she thought was a layer piano1 or pianolai ap iinstrument wiihthe player inside and that instead the company had deliver d to- hera piano with the player at tallied Judge Miller prJered the company t refund to ber 625j and also ordered Mrs Lewis fci surrender the instrument tolhO compativrTjmes iJHOW io Qto aa Gold iBea careful as you can yon will occasionally take cold and when you do get a iqedlciqip of known re- liabIlity one that hisr an established reputation and tbatf is certain to Cf fecta quick care Such medicine ie Chamberlains Cobgb Remedy It haV gained a world wide reputation by its- remarkoblecures of this most tom monaitment artd can always be de pended upon1st acts on nature plan relieves the lungs aids eipec tcration opens the jHecretions and systemrtoraman years It has t been in general rlu singleIhavIng resulted in pneumonia when this remedy was used which shows conclusively that it is a certain pie v ntatlveot tha dangerous disease Chauberlains Cough R9incdy contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby r Haydonir f 1 I l IHisTongueSjht Baptist KC d myjwereplig bse ball 4s Iittbeoth a student from Eluhorn sustained nainful accident in a peculiar manner The gamehad become xtreme- ly interesting and the players had gotten hot Young WISe tlicked ouhis tongue just as the baitwa thrown to him fl mulled it and it whizzed into his mouth splitting histongue open fts thoughit had been a knife The Victim was immediately hustled off ton doctors office andC several stitches were re quired Johold1 his tongue into position Heisttingj along nicely the thread has been removed and the indications are that the young man will suffer no serious aftereffects That he will be entirely rrcovered in a few days will begiad news for his ma1 friendsTaylor Co Enquireri A Hard Debt To Pay lowe adebto gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark pf Westerfield lpwa for manv rescues from death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed im minentwhen i commenced tak xng New Discovery The omin ous day hacking icongh quit be fore the first bottle was used and twomore bottle3 jtna e a foaiplete1 cure Nothing hat ever equal New Discovery for coughs colds and all throat andluhg complaiuts Guaranteed bv Haydbri Robertson drng gists 50c and 00 Trial bottle free WathenFenwickI1 v The marriage of Mss Annie Wuthea to Mr Roy Fenwick oc curred all St Augustines church ip tni city yesterday morning at 6 oclock during Nuptial Higiil Mass Rev J A Hogarty offi ciaed The attendants were Miss Regmia MJackin and Mr Will Abel Aftar breakfast at toe home of the bride Mr and Mrs Fenwicfc left on the 732 train for a sbort bridal trip after which they ilf go to their borne at Corbin JJ The bride is the daughter ofI Mr and Mrs JH Wathen and is quite popular in a large circle of acquaintances Mr Fenwick formerly was engaged in busI- ness inthis city but fpr some timo past has been connected with the L Nrailroatl He is a worthy young manand en joysJihe cohfidence of his em glovers as well as the good opinion of all who knqw hitti The bride and groom were the recipients of many nice presents and they start lifes journey with tlv best wishes of numerous jtnehdsfor uninterrupted happi fess and prosperity Lebanon Bnt6rpirise The groom is a Washington county boy being a son of Mr G W Fe wick of this county HefDught at Gettysburg Pavidparke of Fayett Nt GetLYFIburg have dode me more good thanI any medicine I ever took ForIseveral years I had stomach troubJe and paid out mucbIj monpy fbr medicine to little purpose until I commenced tak j log Electric Bitters I oulqIj not take 500 for what they have doneformet Grand tonic for the agedand for female weak ness Great alterative and bodybuilder snru core for lame back and weai kidneys Guranteed by Haydon RobeVtspn druggists g 50o 4 I You catt brf nl1 Hcu Joweak unheaUhy tired out stomach Neither nan fcefgood eJUtUecaused the stomach fo get outor order These little stomach troubles are signs of indigestion which may and very often does turn into a very bad case of dyspepsia Dont allow this to go on a single day without d lug Bomjjfhing to overcomeit Take dlgestantlikethe best remedy known today for heart Burn belching and all trouble digestioItisfIJeKipromstly Sold by the Red Crofa Drug Store a v Try abptileof ourMonarci tomato i 11chilltsaUCVv McElroyU 3hader vI5 Tobacco Situation GincinaaitC Ohio The pires ehem ihe citv dining the past week 0 mapy leading burley tobacco growers and shippers and of severalL officials of thee America i Tobacco Companyhat given rise to intangible rumors that ne otiatipns are on for a big deal between the AmetiCfnl i Tobacco branch of the American Society If Equity as a result of an ultit atum given the great manufac bring combine by the Equity eople About 12000 boasheads or 1200001 0 pounds of this are on storage n Cincinnati and Louis yule warehouses anti the re maindei about D0000vhogshead5 or 50 00000 pounds is held at hundreds of barns and small warehoi ses throughopt the white burley belt but pnjncipvlly in Centrall ind Northern Kentucky This obacco has been financedI by the Equity Society through planfersadvance j thereon to temporarily carry th a weaker growers nntiJ theirto acco could be disposedI ofbyfllre pool The crop Qf 1907 wJ ich as said is now aboutt to come on the market amount to neatly 180000000 pounHs anaitt i conceded of iar better average quality than was the crop of 907 A Most WorthY Aiiicle When n article has lien on the market f r years and gains friends every yei r it is safe to call this tnerti clue a wt rjthy one Such is Ballards cloreboni d SyrupIt positivelycures and all P monary dlseasesv One Foft the best town tnercbantsl Mobile Ala say For live years my family haB not l4cu troubled with the win 1ttjr cougI1we owe this to Ballards Son Syrnp I kiosy it has sa children from many sick spellshU1U aid by the Red C oss Prug Store irWANTED Locll representa for anfll vicinity to look after re newals and increase subsoriniion list Ja prominent monthly Ofte on a salary and com basis Experience deeI tit not necessary Good opportunity for right Pier oD Addres4 Publisher Box 591 Station New York rJ ardWojrJ l Acc the gooebone there isj1ingtJ winter ahead The red ict n of the presenjbjyear lias just been madea The flOntprt of the top of the breast bone is very dark end bear the center it is white for a considerable disance Bevond this it is dotted and then comes a long airk streak The gopseI bone pnpphet says i lAce I rding to the breast bone Deceml efwiJl be a cold monthI with an occasional snowstorm Janura yi will be a month of t Sjiow tail and an occasionalhl cold ap ljI IlThe hik colors on the end of the bre stbone indicate that Feb I ruary v ill be a very Cold month I and thai there will be several hlizztr s At one particular part of he boneit is very blabo which i eans that we will hive lots of now and sleet The cold weathei 3will continue waj Into March und we will have a very f late spring It The gopsebone was compared with se feral obtained from other birds k lledaad they deem to be marke Identically M4 J My flair is Efra Longh EFeedgtve t something to live on Then it will stop falling and will row long and heivyfi Ayer s Hair Vigor is theonlya genuhe hair food you can buy It gives new life to the hair ulbs You save what chair rou have and get more tJDr too And it keeps the scalp acleanThe beat kiiid of a teBtlmonlftl dal jilIaiPbyiCAyse Os A 1J11lJ 5APAJA4 ClaY P8C1OIAL lr WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspondence l Not long uH6 on a downpour day Roosevelt struck out across qotin Ilur on foot It was wet and black owand wet and black below but these things are no bother seemingly to this outdoor executive On his re t rnhe struck Sixteenth street ant turned down for the White House His broad brimmed soft hat was dropping water roni Its rIm as thq eaves oibarn shed water during a June thun derstorm It was drlttdrlp drip troll thetnllof Jils coat and every Inch of the coats cloth was oozing water Be low the waist line he was a mixture Of moisture and mud but he strode ulan sturdily oblivious of everything but the fact that he was getting exercise r anti with him when exercise Is en joyable black sky and blue sky dry path and wet path arenas one The Presidents Cape President Roosevelts distinguished looking military cape Is one of thc characteristic clothes In Washington It Is probably more familiar here that auythlug else the presldentwears not eyen excepting his conventional frock 1coilt jNothitjg is known outside of the capital aboutthe military cape It Is seeh onlyhere According to traditIon ft was made for the president when he was merely a lieutenant colonel of cavalry tnthe Spanish war However If this Is truet It 1ii a high reconmiuudatlpn for the tailor as It looks like neyv even now servlceslIleetIllthe nation A Napoleonic Garment No ordinary garment lsthe presl dents mllltarx cape but an Imposing a formidable an almost 1inpenlallsk piece of apparel EfeslgneU on NaptV cqurImpressive only touch of color Is the royal pnrple lining Which flaps a lde In the wind now and then with grand effect giving to thE whole an appearance of mlilgledl royalty anddemdcraUc simplicity White H usa China Mrs James A Gnrfield widow of the twentieth pvesldeat of tIn United States has given to the White Housp several pieces of china which jWeri used by President and Mrs Gmileld long before tnejv cainq to the White House The gift consists 0a largy dessert bowl on aestandiffrd a fruit compote und a dimier plate each dish bearing a largo letter nhr old English script The edging of each piece Is of gold with nil inch wide mauvD border a scroll and leaf toljjold and bronw running through and under the iborder A bunch of brisht colored autumn leaves and berries decorates the center of the compote Historic Building Razed The old Center house at the marine barracks Is now being torn down ito mate way for more modern sjtructures1 that will be used qp quarters for the Junior officers qf the marln corps Hits building erected In 1S02 of brick brought over from England1 a fair sample of the best style of archltec ture In voguent that time and within its confines haye happened ninny In tciestlug historic Incidents Anton Burr lifter killing Alexander Hamlltop inn duel rat Weehawkcn N dln 1S04 was brought to the ma rine barracks and occupied onQ pf the rooms In the upper story of the Center house until llrolcil Another prisoner of note who was kept at the Center house was Adtpira Raphael Sernmes of the Coufcderate navy Lieutenant L P French SqrgeantsEhomas Jones and Patrick Cassidy acting under In structions frOm the navy department Admiral Semmes at Mobile Ala Ih December 3865 He was brought tto this city anti Imprisoned tqr three months in the Center house after which he was released and allowed to retun to his home In Alabama British Headquarters 1814 Several American women were also Incarcerated In this old building when the British captured Washington In 1814 After routing the citys military the English forces bore down oh the marine yncle Sams burrnkslcnusedtheir Center estdb ouse anil plans were neonce form lated to burn the old capitol the office of thftjBecretnry state andihci II brary of congress The British sought In vain for the citys treasures and the military armament that they believed were hidden In or about the marino barracks even causing the entire pa radeground to be dug up and hnprls 1ns every one whoui they suspected of having knowledge of the where bouts of the treasures they sought They finally caused the arrest ot three young American women Rachel Steele Mary SImohds and Polly Slut ouds whp were related to some of the noncommissioned officers of the United States marine corps stationed at the barracks previous to the British java B1onIt was thought by the British that these women would be able to furnish Infonuatlon cato the hiding places of the treasures and give other information of vahjc to them After being Imprisoned for four days they were allowed to return to their homes Pythian Ritual Written There Another Incident of Importance In connection with this old structure lies In time fnct that the first ritual of till Jtso1Pythlns was formuIateJ ii office rooms of the old Ceatei- ouse In lSdt Justus Rathbone Barton nail Sergeant Major Dunn gathered around the of the sergeant major and the Pythian ritual was drawn up plans for organization compicted pod the- ecessary stops taken to launch a bene cial und fraternal order that now has membership of more than OAttL SOabFIELD Trial Catarrh treatments are be ling mailed out free on cequfest by Shoop Racine Wis These lest are ptoving to the people Without cost the great valu otj thisncientlflc prescriptoh iiiOW rugistvtryWhCrc amiaflr Shoop i tlktarrh 3emed Sold by the Red IC1I PIIJi k- np t n r Hope is jifh iin flebPowers Gfiorgetowti KyWheiI Judge Mori is convenes courtt here tomorrow for he begianlrifc of the tblird weekof the trial 0 f Caleb Pow fsCortbemurderof GoabelI Powers attorneys willI j et to work wlt6 lighter hearts toward his defense j Qeretdfore the results of the trials have been al most foregpneconcTusions and the labored only withthe hope that the higher courts might intervene and plitnately a fair trialcoild by bad It appears to them vow with any kind of luck that they will nave at leat ad even break with he prosecution The fact that ihe names of the veni emun fre- trawn from a box makes the iharact rot the jurv along py IJiical lines uncertain There re sevtn places to be filled in the jury tnx and it mghtbe that every name drawn will be Democrat that thes wouldand qualify jlespite the efforts to pI event and that their iremain ing eight challengea would be exhausted before the end wasju ight Tjie prosecution however hasi nut four chaUenkes and the de fensH feels hat if they have any land of fuck ii the drawing they may be abfe to add a number of Republicans to the jury panel fPbere are already three Rp Ql1an on the jury whoi cannot be removed but the pros cution has prtpated pfiada VIR alttckin some three of hose on the jury temporarily and thpy may be removed by under of the court Tn is would ive the pros cution a decided advantage There is increased interest in the case sir ce it is pparent that Power has a chance The won erful change in sentiment makes his conviction uncertain oven thoughxthe jujy be com posed of men strongly prejudiced through their political affiliations 1icdo1 Brqfcts Disease T J Henry R Jones 6f Tampa riau vrites I can thank God for ray present health due to FoleysKWHey OU17eI tried doctors and all kindof kidney cures but nothing dose we much good till ftook Foleys Kidnej Cure Four bottles cared mean1 J have no more pain ia my back and houlders iI am 62 years ohtand suffered long but thanks to FibleyV Kidney Curt I am well and can walk and enjuy myself It is pleasare foI recommend Jt to those needing a kid ney medicine Sold by the Red icoss Drugstore WilJlon Set Pace t pI FanklortKyCNov 28IWsith full officlal returns ri1from very cnu ity in the State the majority received by Augustus a Willsqn for Governor of Ken t tucky at the rent election was ISOoS OVQr Judge Bager Tbv r lurils show that Mr gWillaop led his ticket by about IOOcti and Judge Hager received abo t 3000 voles more than the bali ance of the ticket e Judge Buger too was defeat q ed by Ib ft largest majority of apy of the Deipocrjatic candij dates John K Hendrix losing for Attorney General by the Sminimumhim Judge Breathitts majoritjf only reaching 12207 votes The returns frodi Sinipson c Kenton and Hbpkifls ou tswhich have delsfyod the offijjiai canv as of the returns so tarbt the State Board of Election t3ont missioners were received today by Secre aryof State McOfies l ney and the tabulation of thfreturns cornple ed an0 gotten ready for the tne tingQtte o Iibolrata certUhates cr eleciiun will be awarded p Th re Is nothing better forstoaico tgoubleBthan Kodol which jcoBted the sme juices found ina Maltkyp stomach KODOL is offered Jut ntee planfor the relief of i5 tdl burn flatulence soUr stoaiftch Jbefcli ItiR pIKas nausea and all fctOMiMfc troubles SoattiBats wh iiyWu tJjeel just right WJWtl yott iMre drowy after meals ndbs4cs or WhetyOu hveitbia tad Ctike biedLdIgwtfTIi4i2ibr7Qabtalthj Sold by the- Re of 4 Store m 7Y LMfl JACTS 11j IIctjt ithan1OeentsapThe average dret1os fHi 1 English mofMrcb for the lwthki been twe ty be y u TbebIcyckMthe Mexican city offr Bi Thus is also a motor eye ktipirii- Mte Been wko baa iz tst eiilHX cojKUttoM on HM 0UMU uus HYlbedbu etua WIrtrataareerywbiTW c1t1a1McrtW 1l1o ked OM other day IfMalIfIcovered tlYttfIItiMJir white library VaM4Ili grow well hi Ppi ssgreat dlftculty Jh ilrrii- liJ tie Beaaa owW if Upr Uf 1Jdanspaee of Ute eitaMtev i J ClaiBM bays b cfl IWI tetfc if tCOall f t =tfigureB eItTtnod Professor B T f itJMra Anna ara Ja pijp s r J divorce wPHTMJ4 OM d e amuaemets et sr 3 iIttbo pktnri tIet saNIWIS the wails with IM baisEteavlvebeds eC t planted eeoe Ia the yates f Columbia apA It to iap mt four W IT JMM tte to Mv iscale industry wIlhbs ISMbIiPSd ICOCK ItOrtatMU theJIS 9 States an ew TtVigl i s s 4l000OOQ jr Moatfc j pW tnontliadeeadeaqs r f tatlont of both tea aM Iow a 1eelIae 1iThe cltlseas fit CalW ilJ bus to have Adabral Bafflf San Franciscoas IJi the fleet o f bth tL spnIngsoasoaddJpftheocauiidii Aboute4Myotwdi collected aaiMMHjr at tpayr a ltIpped cej1 fThey are ortd jMtaayna jf whQget23to3eeu nia a itajr lmom dawn to pwMMt I TbeattwtstaJUAIst khnonCORI1 itof dtac u S t lows for aid aM fr J JIhioatM then Ma not b M a paapqr 3oltoo Tke ppHltotfMiof tbiewi M about 100 and tb tu ra 3 The saIar1s eLpileven those In the Iar r A ruleS very atucfi to p L rles of niHroacI p IIIMJla msppresklftt et IJJCIIr bank pf New tork Np 3yUIeayear 4 The Javaaeee goceraas ha man to IwMNrin be i keepiag Bi aew a tr at Gryoe cmrtoa Cf wA fl + cotf1 nieff i Ida ftwMM hens tor 1 Jtralalk rIC ffr IwM MH Ma M iTekyo fAt iflo JiMi na inarkaieu atteptleg I piefreeitbeba4a III j mark and kilted the a1S ffl right The aMUPkMMW itijr caped lIIII Icu 0raaA Beaten iatlortJo31 large Hwlier of eito IIII b r i tog a e retTpocket a tW cOsts s1 ned nien who trad wIts ittk Ad be broadly adverttoe tk aw 3t tot tIe of MubHay ifmeaurloss wvM AIrSs4JI M MrI more kep TIM tHIiwki sbeqrar7 w o be dved hpIIa ssr amUnilde obssiyattse z J beeoi Isle nikWi kLIu wiwrefl Wee a iTIJntablIMiiWet of lays u wW In the talBM ati l TI make M a c HMU7 l iMikf acalcalattooii etotwter IB the Ki tofaJbtt a JMV r 4tkbed tRocWt Iq GeiiQ ayr there notmttf IjJn ollowina advert a1 QCavOtIHJdt t the ooniatstwo wbia pIMg v ttJlto laft Thi vss drooped a MI of b1Iew k0chimaey and comptotety vs4 II fart 1VbJchI wa c6kt JkSekwklt 14 BrhMtfraMj Dt Kpdi tM NIt 11I1 ra scteattot wtw MM k tItM 1tftII Abua leeim akIcDs sI wItwed fatal tste- artibluiasa it ksi4 vlllafft war LabyAIKoch with his ataa3htof erected eon III1d t4white TWtoNM tevea paid rtitrmm 4 the aeMtLI tiBy mesas ot a h anal sIa i sr wattr W a ahHrte Jta toauLWMCIt bjsefor 8QM or 4000 y an fT SI aIie sad for tfa vs It k iQitirJ to wiwlt IiI f rrthree to four weeks btfera ss t4ut itJtei htchM afterwatd aebl IS f tto two HMt Acai Ma rs1b l r the pow ot a i D tbo4ies It ct thirtyIre yMm Ila IWl oely oil tight wi M h tpower WM eq Ml 4 fi 0Q ciI1ke4I IMS wbeith etoctrte fcM u powmr rJ3IMLel iiel i t oweffil t flbtks atEInUos ass7 itMIi wtiatJci 4I aft- t WhtIs1 fJtII8HTnrttoj BaoofB ote of 0II1e- aancl Dsribj Rciyt- hsa ofeU others pal taftther II Por 0e bj Hcydoi BoberUoa 7 lfIfjjI w yIp x tJ 1 A T A fHN OEjj zPRIIfGPIILD4Y I KLDAVISON Jr biuis ai II lteeJuf1iaWa inltl p1IUea1att- e4b s oi st Jew zbtcas1 jI1J udJ lr MatriteH pMHle ee libers 1 i rsV1IcE f rrept p f SaIL P ft it rf Nw Miiiss I 250 ti4to n 7lrtI t i HUJ8DAY NOV 28 1907 j1ij f 1 t Tfct e OIIJri OW in the I eat S2 i kborttnke in the history of i t jt ij Lpmbviilt irMbroightio a close k Tllesdaykot tfat embers of Local 3 7 Aol the Aatlfftted Associa I 1 IU WSr l s d Electric Rail i5 poyes of pEerica de k oiiiNl to terminate the strikt HoiMt the Iiwiavill Railway OMipany wbfch was begun Fri iftT HpVMiber 15 and which iwrkc itc twelve days anratior r b 4 rioMl1aff te both thE qJ whoMMie tad retail business of i iiw cUr resulting in numerous aecktaito in which many people Wfrt iinjarcd and infiictea Ipsf- c ore Uin750Q on thf alH4i Railway Company f Tl Cpirtof Appeals dissolved c t Kraniirj Wd by Judge Miller in the casi tit Olareuoo Stargeon and unlest I ttGovBckbamact favorably oi 11IUtio11 signed by the mem birs of be jury that convicted fhim a king that the sentence be od muted to life imprisonment tH kiple murderer will die or the fallows The court held tbat the statute directing tha Govereqr fix the date of ex itlon was constitutional anc Ji 4ivjet B ckhain will tx a neck Delate for the hanging lj1 The trial of Caleb powers at s fl f orgetown appears to be yJTOiogres iD backward Thi ittfrom there is that foui t t jrs after having qualified ar challenged and excused thus TPI fMIJ the number JJ1 additiorv I to eDlre of 134 cbatengedTwJ1f w fiks haye so far been consum4 d ed in ttinfIJjury and tbI work iff not yet half accomplish 4 There is every indication that I tifc ftojiiaunil lscare which Jiaf eleeorftliaed business of thr f coontry for the past few weeks ia over Bfnks are resuming j t apacig payment slid confidence e la being gradually ieitoredii mosey centers lg CtKs ai1CroU1ii1iff1 Jly little girl is abject toto colds ttjs Mr 1rmH Sersg No 41 5th 1 a street Wheeling W Va Last win 0tsr 8ke lad a severe spoil and ate J tlb1e cough but I cured her vitl GlHHibeilta Cough Remedy withou 0tbeaidof a doctor and my little boj y kM b en preTe tedmany times fron kavhiifta croup by the timely use o ILBytwp As soon as he shows anJ j i Masofcroup I give him Ohambci v iaCogh Remedy for thee or ffour 1 2 dys which pfevents the attack si Tki remedy is for sale by Haydon 8 it Jf 1 Hofcehson jtt Sail Ho Jack London r i 4 1 It is probable that Jack Lou I ion will achieve as wide a repu 1S wtion sa traveler and jour at j 1it as he has won as u novelist 41re dy be is well or hIs voyag i 4 awiiKl the world iii his little itilboat snarlc The voag t jlt tlt is dramatic and perilous ior the crew of the little boai r ooia te only of Jack London t kwif and alone fcailorraau MibiSbcIpn w seeing 0w trange JjI sr of tile world Jrihj in 1 J of the WOm4n QMffeuion in which flmtI f f MMI will bKin to I IcriniOo of place and people 3 paWhiWheat ottie spot fif i te IM ffr iiMMrtfc regardless tt cst UMI MNtey will buy th ttr if a per tsctb1tM AUo1JisXaait 1 WetruI 7rupclaa It tLLcvre every bsro1 tkeIislJi 111 cuIsUpsito kk ra4adst orJ 1 r sek trcmbU t 8o14 b the Re CroeeDtuft i r f Willisburi Severall froth here attended County pourt Monday jMrs J M Brown is visiting ic Lr uisville this week Rv Mulleit1S of Lexington eburgtian church at tbi place next Sunday morning and night spentSundayHalfie Shewrraker is very sick at this writing Everett Keeling and wife are viaiiing relatives near Van Ruren ibis week Mrs A B Wells and Lela birthr1a1dinnerWallslJearBeechland Mr lerreit Yeager of Van Buren visited his son S B last week 5 Be G1arllable lLYouHort your hortes need not suffer Try a bottle of Bullards Sg6r Lini ment It cdres all pair J M Re berts Bakersfleln Mo writes I have used your Liniment for ten years and find it to be the best J1 aye ever nsed for man or beait Sold by the Red Gross Drug stere Woodlawn f Since our list there has been born to the wife of Wm Hairas a 8 pound son Both mother and on are doing nicely flMrsbloomfield w yisitinaf her parents Mr and Mrs Lee cjweannger at this pac inLouisvilleher brother Mr SMack tldJs who is ill with typhoid fevers 0Hog killing is the ordeTof 1ejday fqrtemp section They are tearing down the Popular Pint churOhand Te bousftItMr RK Dugan is still con daughterMissat Nazareth next June will spend Vhanksglvillgwithberp- arents Messrs Hughes and Beam turkeysforThey wiUopen up for Oh istmas inabout two weeks i Master Jack Swearinger iis quite ill of pneumonia x ithMooresvilleifmns Messrs Owen ElLIS and Em met Martin have sold their Wolfordnd gave posession of same last aturday Mr S L Smith received a irom1empbisThesection foreman has been ordered tothree1BugheJ poultryshipped aaoforVhanksgivirig bolltlOOOgiving isiljngheratMooresvillethis 1Mrt lastMondayl r Woodlawn section nq 4 tnftu e1s Ape Prtactedmeeting iis going nat ihe New Hope Baptist chu ch this and last week Rev Mc arlftndy State evangelist iisi conducting the meeting W 0 Ellis will send off laundry every first and thIn Tu sday of each mdntb He solicits your patronage ADDe di l lS duepn a large measureto abuse ofthe boy t Is by employing drastic gurgatives To avoid all danger use only Dr Kings New Lfe PIUS the afe gentle cuan sers and invigora ors Guran teed to cure headache biiious ross malaria and jaundise at TTayCon Robertsons drug sLcj3 25c i Hunting INHunters are warn d that the undersigned will permit no punting on their rest ecive farm 0andtnatthpass will be rigidly enfuiced j Ben Edwards John Y Mayes 1j4I A Spaldinff Dee Riley w Q Grirndy Palmer Grundy I OiscariWalker J T Skeans J rf H Mays G T Mays 6H Christersonf J M Russellj GW Russell Bob Bradyt Henry Noel S Mlayes Clel Whitehouse P D Harmon John StatonR H Robinson JfTyl Coyle WT Kimberltn Jake Kiniberlin G N Campbell W R Cocanougher J P Edelen John WV Gordon Lee Staton rM NfiW Pure FOo and Thll Law We are jleased to aunouncc that Foloyfs Honey aud Tar for coughs colds and lung troubles is not affect ed by the National Pure Food and Diu g law as it contains no opiates o r iber harmful drugs and ws recom mend it as a sale rcaiedy for children and adults Sid by the Red Cross Drug Store V J CANDIES v f You can buy the following cancUeisat McElroy Shaders ut lOca potmd H H Dropsy Honeycomb Chips Mint Starlight Kisses Burnt Peanuts Cream Peacars S Daisy Diamonds Jellica Creams Asst Coda Bon Bons Cream Covered Dates Bisque Fruh Bon Bons FIg Coca Squares Butter Cups- Satinettes Imitatiofi California Apricots Dutches Gum Drops Peanut Brittle We also carry a lull line of fine Chocolate onerquajfter pound for oc PILES get immediate relief from Dr Shops Magic Ointment The finest substitute ever made has recently berjn produced by Dr Shoop ofRacin Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty minutes Mhte in a minute says the doctor Health coffee is really the closest Coffee imitation everjyet prPduced Not a grain ot real coffee in it either He ilth Coffee Imitation is made from pure tY 1stedcereals or grilpwith malt njuts etc Heal it would fool an expert were he to unknpjvinglj drink it for Coffee Sold by McElroy Shader I rp BL uTUIf OF I JATOPKHaving Stable at LEBANON on IIOCCOfflherJ public 1 i2 auction I 40 JACKS and I v v 20 JBNNETS IIwonI0Dr Wood Dr Mudd Rising Sun derson the dam of Mikado the QueenofAnderIyear old at the Worlds Fair dam of Lady Mackin which won Qte championshipo I at the Worlds Fair St Lotiis i a Veiling Also Imany other premium winners ilr II Will also selll a rii1iri iofiStiIdarJ brel Krood Mares I TERMSSH- lo1 BIBBS M EKINJ J NWSL7EDEl tTHB tiMtl WEt e1HQ swellingsJ and lameness are promptly relieved t y Obambcr lains E ain Balm This liniment This liniment reduces Inflammation and soreness so that a sprain may belcurrd in about one third the tim required by the usuall treatment 25 riand50 cent siz s for sale by Hay don Robertson J Commissioners Sale Washingto Circuit Court iCy Elias Armstrong et al Plff vs tf Iq Equity Isaac Armstrong admrj c Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order hingtonCircuitCourt 1907 in the above style cause 11 shay proceed toofferfor sakmi the KY1ptween Ta ham Springs and ftairview church on SATURDAY DECEMBERi 1 1907I At2qclock P M oT there about to the hihestbi4der at public iuction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described prop erty to wit 4 A certain tract 61 parcel of land lyingand being in Washington coin ty Kentucky and b undedas follows Beginning in the center of theTail tham Springs turnpike at the mouth of Sn3ders road thence with said road N law 1648 pdles N 401 w 2212 poles N 201 w 94 poles N4S E 216 poles N 534 w 14 pIes N 2lK w 198 poles N 9 E T6 pOlesNl 32 E 10 8 poles corner to George Snvder thence with his line S 84 E 216 poles corner to Tyler Brothers thence with his line- N 78 E 54 poles jeorner to Alfred Snyder thence with his line 234 E polesto26fi poles S 25 WSfpotes S 711 w 2172 poles ad4j w 1772 poles S Til w 19 poles S 36 w 256 lioles S 861 w 1452 7polesy52 poles poles to the beginning containing 72 acres 3 roods apd 31 square poles Thi land is st ated on good turnpike viell improved well watered and nearly all in grass For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute Qmdatethe force and effect of a Judgment A lien will be retained on land for which rOndisj executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN MC W C C Tills is Wii RtenliMDi Asno one is immune every person should remember that oteys lidj ney Cure w curse any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond be reach of medicine Sold by the Red Cross Drugstore Kentucky Mules Hoooken N J Nov 25 When the steamship Patricia sails for Hamburg on Saturday next it will have as a portion o its Cargo thirtyof those much derided an iim alsHiriules butt these thirty are the pick of over 000 of the best bred mules that the State of Kentucky produces Each one of them is a pickedi animal standing at least seventeen and onehalf hands litehi and they are valued at 1000 a pair They will be consigned to Carlj Hagen ackbut he wJIl imniedi ately turn them over to the Ger man Government and they will he used iin the German Govern menU and they will be used in the military servicts Haven heck gave the c rnmlssionst 0 Mr Stetfens of the Cincinnatii Zoowho excuied the commission DeWitts Litle Early Risers are the Jcst pills made They do not gripe Sold by the TCed Crpss Dug Store A SPIRIT WARNNG lThrryibnrtnnIhIs prettysister Dorothy y were almost Insoparablc They were orplja us Thoir pareii diM wJieu they wOre too young to re member them Brought up by an aunt they had happy uuevcptfil lives until thiv lund reached manhood null woUmnhuod Uith youth health and riches their future seemedt without a cloud narry was not twcutyone Dorothy two years younger In faroff SiifgapoVe the llobarts lirfd an uncle He was a bachelor ami was Iu business there They reelved a let ter saying I am atone In tile world I would like to have uiy brothers chil dren with me You Inrrllt at tained mans estate It yOur aunt apv prove will take you aspartncr n buslrej Dorothy can lx queen of our household You shall be as my own amt when leave this world all have u4itilibe yours Harry had often expressed a wish to see a little more of life Hum could hism In the Kinall suburlian towir where they now lived and on receipt of their tlicle Johns letter lie was eager to leave Boston and sal for lit ala Dorothy hogged and pleaded In vain frtr him to change hlsfiuiud lu spite or hIs deep nffcctlou forJier lieu broth er was wild to get a glltullseof for eign lldsGo wkh me sister said Harry Uncle lohn wants you and Aunt Lucy can live here with the servants while we are away But the affedtlouate girl would not leave herald aunt who had beon n mother to her It almost broke the heart of the loving slStiir this prtlng but her duty she said was ivlth lieu nunt The day before Harry left he sat with nisstetorl In the iJhrnrr talking of ue future f vlljstay oiKfyear with ut you Dolly Then you must ejtliet come tome or to jyou And remem ber this if any thug happens o me I never returut and death overtake me I shall watch over you my dear one and Insomewawarn you if dan gel la near siIs months passed d The two lonely women had received t many long letters from the absent one Ie was wejr ndhappriwould lie perfectly AVMIlVIllUf It only my Dolly wer0 with me Abdhls time the fair Dorothy had two suitors for her hand Qne was an Englishman a mail tiffine hppearancc c ome twcaty years Qldcr than Uio f J r young jtuY uutjgracerut and rascraat IIng and of great wealth The other gentleman was young fair with an honest open countenance bat poor an artist almost unknown to fame IeThe girl favored young Arthur Allen Her aunt urged her to accept the elder manu Times were hard moneyscarc- Many large bank robberies occurred The robbers were experts andescaped detection Wealthy mansions were Invaded and jewels stolen One evening Dorothy was returning home from the city She haI been to her bankers to get a diamond necklace she wanted to wear at a reception All her valuables were In Mr Bassett- safe Darkness hall come on befdre she was aware The road was lonely Suddenly a soft light abave her hiea 11I attracted her The sky wits filled with storm clouds The light was clear A faint outline of a hand appeared poInt- Ing toward a thick clump of trees For a moment the girl was bewildered Then hearing oaths and footsteps ap proaching she rushed in terror toward the friendly thicket Where is slid cridd a deep voice Tht bird has flown and we have Tost the dlamqrids I wish I could find her I iould hnake that dainty throat illebfi Almost fainting the poor child reach f dHtomeztiIastI AuhtLucy Harry Is jlend cried she jas she sank Into a chair lhuo laid a warning She related her narrijxv escape and the strange warning of danger re ceived A few weeks after came a black bar derod letter telling of the death of her dear brother Three years passed Many changes find cOme to svjeet Dorothy Hobart She was afone In the world Aunt Lucy and Uncle John were sleeping their Inst sleep Yourig Allen was In Italy pursuing his studies Dorothy had promised her aunt that she would marry Mr Elsworth the Englishman lie will b4a kind good husband Promfse me you will accept him cau tiieil dl content So the girl against her will becarie betrothed The day before the wedding Dorothy sat In the library alone Tears were in the pretty flue eyes She wns thinking of her brother and also of the absent artist lover for he had given her heart to him while promising her hand to another On a sudden a faint soft light shone near her and again tlie shadow hand appeared The light glowed and the hand pointed to a folded paper near Dorothy pale anti frightened glanced at the Ietter It warned her not marry Mr Elsworth He was suspee ed and was being watched by detec tiyesThe letter was unsigned On her wedding day the poor girl Was a with a fever When a inpnth later Dorothy arpse pale and hollow eyed from her Blck bed Elsworth was convicted 4pf rob nerynnd mvrder lie it was who with accomplice tiled to steal the dla uiondnecklace He wanted the heiress for her money Dorothy went abroad met her for mer lover In Pnrls and was united to him0 Her brothers spirit rested lu peace yomans Delight Mrs Benhaitt 1nniS iexfectly do Mdayt fT funeral was lh Puck V flUMOR OF THE HOUR IExpert opinion A Philadelphia life insurance agent was onliis way to et York tUc other day wtlen n prosperous nppean Is ing man asked if he might share his scat the train being crowded Pres nntly the two fell Into conversation huuythc ugeut skillfully led the way round to life Insurance 4By the way t dont try to conceal the awful fact you lino1 am an igcnt Would you mind my talking lu iiiraucc a Ilttlehe said Not at nil Glad ta hear you Flro ulwny the other said encouragingly Anti the agent talked It looked Ilk o a good thing He used nil the arguments he had In stock likewise most of his breath Finally he iiaused- lt Pretty good line of lingo butnoth lug hew the other commented Im disappointed Iruhur the agent Inquired in aston Ishment csYQu see Im an agent myself and T had hoped I mjslit get a few new ideas from you Ill seoILupers Weekly Better rrhan Nature CrlttfctrI Just sawjKaminerers pic tare of your wife You dont like It dojou I Ilenpectt Yes Indeed Grittier Why IU dpont ook like hor H np kPerlinps not But It docs io tn like her either Catholic Sta and Times 0How Its Done Mrs PostBut how do you avoid tanking visits that you dont want to pay Mrs Parker Well I always sent wordltbtl Im earning Mrs Post Yes Mrs Parker And then they always write back that they ant be at home Judge v The PrincipaT STmcrers Well Maria the crash has come Im a ruineit man Wo will havo to sell till automobile Ijn so sorry liourj Sorry for me Maria Xo Ilcury Serry for the repair Sf ShOI s and tthe dcctors GIeveland Plain Dealerr =The Gambling Fever Oh Jaccjou know those gloves 1 paid 280ror1 Well I was horrlfled fe next day to see they had been re uced to 207 Andrwlrtt do you hink Theyre away up now to 203 Wasnt It lucky I kept them lBrown Ing8Magazlne Hard to Understands What I dont understand Is how n anary bIrd whistles I1pIt tJear Ing Its bill said little Willie w lV 00 R lOT ON1RIOLLEY CAR I Italians Fight With Stilettos on- eBrooklyn Rapid Transit Line WOMEN FAINT WITH FRIGHT Ucminina Spectators Curried Uneon scious From Scene of Combat While Policemen on a Second Car Chase sFugitivo Fighters la a crowded Jfostrand avenue trol ley car Tn Brooklyn thc Italians drew knives and stilettos on one another withoutregnrdtabout them Women fell to the floor swooning and men rushed through the doors and risked their liecks In Jump Ing from the moving ear When the motormnn took in the situation he thet 1 THE KNIFE PLAT BEOAiTE GElERALl gong lever to attract the attention the police otl Three women were carried from the tOUIjltterical condition The riot went on In side and call was sent to the Ver 1non tuveml ponce station for the re serves Wen the pollee arrlved they found one of the rioters unconscious on the floor of the car The four oth ers were fleeing io escipeTwo were captured after a fight with the police After they had be9n in cells for an hour they were fOund uncoiiscJouSi Then it was learned that both had been hacked with knives and were In dangerous condition With unusual fortitude they had concealed their juries until they fainted The caiisi for the outbreak as frequently In sucbI cases was not learned by the jTheyj Eastern parkway and one paid the fares for allv To all appearances the men at first were on friendly terms with one another Suddenly they bvgan to talk excitedly and gesticulated The women In the car first were an noyed then became nervous The ajeiL passengers also were annoyed because all other conversation was made inau dible by the excited talk of the foreigner occupying seats in the forward fend pF the ear As they grew more and more excited the men rose from their seats and there was every indi cation that a row was imminent V The car was approqchlng 3iyrUe avenue when vone of the DJen drew a gleaming binder from his pocket and lunged at one of the others At sight of tlje stiletto women screan ed and rushed toward the rear door The knife play bejcame general among the five ItlillausJ and three women fell 4 helpless from fright TInfld men shout ed as they pushed and crowded one Mother tog t off the car Other met remained outside to look after the helpless women The car ran onto Park avenue There the raotormanr stopped it and began to pound with his foot on the gong to attract the po lice By that time the Italians were all on the flopr fighting like demons They seemed to be obllviousl of the fright aitfong the passengers and of the three women who had swooned Not a sound escaped tbe lips of the combatants They seemed to be bent on exterminating one another with the greatest possible speed The women all Were out of the car when Patrol man Donovan of the Vernon avenue atntibu ran to the scene of the riot The passengers pointed to four fi men half a block away lngI Donovaiiortlercd n car going In oiii JIte direction to bo backed pood and he ioon cjinghttip with two ot the then Vxltli club and revblvcr ulrawn he stoij 31 them They drew ftfilettos and ofiood battle DonQOJI went ut them vlfr his club aid Celled MtlM with a cbniiic of swings ThoItight was all out of them fowsfj TIC policeman look them back to the iar where lay another victfni of itletjt lotI He said hlj name was If larto of ICO Xostrand avunuc The ffA two gave the names of Salvatore md Philip Cflrnno ot 48 Nostrand ave tiuc I filet Caranos are brothers anti La Marto Is said to be thplr cousin They would not tell the reAson of tlie coin hilt i A Silver Wedding ISaid the fork to ihi knlfi J cannot be your wlfo Although youri n dQ sing young bIadb Youve thC pjilfljj or stefll YetI cannot but reel t At yoursiao Justa trifle afraid Lackadayl1 said the knlrerItyoull not bo my wife A mate I must seekery son IFor working alanCIJanol easy I Itlifnk Ill propose l3 the spoona What That pudgy fat soul With a face like a bowllt SaId tue fork hi satirical volcet5 TIs needed in life t fiWhen selecting a wife x i To be circumspect In oheachoiceJ i i 1 JrtleNow the npgar tongs secmf A moat oxcellont scheme fioflhtOgoJreplied But thekzlfe whlspetred low It cannot be so w vILto my fateu And sJ they Wera wed In n water cress bed On Ike flowery edge of a plate- 1 Washington star I MatW l t ciiI ic H wouldnt Lewiutone kur 1aflOer Turn t Ih M tIaas low as you plsctlieres daaqerno III ill a 9usI direct intense heal ihafs Wca Me 01 the 1I v finished in nickel and ap rKMThe brass fontt koUc 4 auw te tv I 9 Jiours It is light kt wei kttaIilyroom to room I ThGOLamp Hia1lt steady lighrTieal te retd r study by Madfrof brass nickel platafe latest im and Rayo Lamp write our nearest ageifcy DANDARD OILCOFANYvpri4 i iJJI 1 jJf I I t Pif i If you to x ljKr Wtff f f call on l f r J Jr i THE H r- 1 r 4 4 list ofv i county fatms for sale No trouble to I show to pr sp 3 AJ iw J i I v t XY f Most people if Ajr been sick they need Emmj Jion to bring back heJtk d r i But ie stronf e t point tinafS ffI t Emi foton h that yo doi t t lp 1 I sick to get result from it t t s cy brings color to a pale girls clneJ a t 1 1 c i Vents coughs colds and i L 6 Food in form for sfck Ipii a J rkh r ti it contain no I f DRUGGISTS Dairy Notes Some dairymen fajst the cow several days before the date of calving to pre vent milk fever All rich feeds arp gradually decreased till theanlma re ceives nothing but aj little hay and soft feed made of equal parts bran and ground oats r IBear in mind that jit takes cream an not skim milk to makebutterl When skimming the cream leaye all the skim milk lu the can and fed It to the bog- snlIJbe of value to them but an abr solute detriment if any of it is allow ed to go intothft cream jar Mange In Horses The best cure tot mange in horses is creqlln says Farm Progress Putt eight tablespoonfuls of creolin intt a quart ot soft water rainwater is est and rub it well ipto the skin whcreaf feeted or carbolic add at the rate of one tablespoonful to one pint of sweet oil rubbed well In will cure also crude coal oil and flowers1of sulphur or In the absCiiceot The rudaoii n mlxtureof kerosenQ oil and lard wltu the sulphur In It Tonic For Farm Animals J Give a teaspoonfUl of copperas In the feed qnce each tiny to the animal nlAdocntenti still remain should esnecIaHy receive this treatment 4 Training Dairy Cows Thfr fIrst year of the dairy c9tBhpuid crowded full growth ipBit treatment and carefuL menagineftt Habits of the dairy cows i xmH tfce rst year stick through lIfe HouiseFarm els1 Farm Implements shoulivb clM hen put Into winter quarters U4 tored where rust will not corrait RiW ui e DOQlO nS- Contaatly YeucaqsMhanlieN- eT tIe Mih1Vroont- a WLMconaiareaa UOhetmuT11CO4UktYOs5LSCfrflIa i PERTLIIONOllkr fyou I1o sail iIHeaulilully EverykeMerwarraMeL ehtheaeedo- 1MucleMa wkraaWlIyour F 3BaDs tTHJ INSURANCE have Insurance WiIt urJJfr BD Lake REL ESTATEMA Ni desirable Washinyto property fiv8biyraJ JrtJDAKE5SPRINGF1LD IImowtlt liawIScoff has potentS jyccoiiumptio concentrated wellyoungandod ajUijgN 11And rsockipttMto cIrUPtIaiks4 a With t trFighter rWlU JU Bgo W oofc itb cballengjj aid ie to not YsrJ J kifJar as to wbo aeeep il picks out Itty BMW tr OBrten fw his op Ml t JIIcHugh la Ui t Maitiie f bke lIto Wire all rpIit 1afIb nt511 WstOwrll StY- nlxtk street New To N t En as sxi t erihassylvnjiJa Ixatittite ot itics- 152Q22 cte lit 5tIt IpZllu nnd will personify tf PJIi- t pUs ui the 7fMrM or sell 1detFM He1i1 Coach Jpill qbe Esrva- dfU tP1Jhi aiLk Jprts- whoIrfif bee mitt t e life plUtTflnatlft sa1 zpenaive Coraia of ipmtf Me Wf a Jbewwr giveit bp tI gbting lie Me t ptfMne DM iflw hand out the pt ttM d ttii become a mauisr Hi kisg e M Young WageTtIie ad U4 would likt to get ssh os tiJII protexe- witk riwwind the Wf citle bet i the clnbfc Joi Kelly MWqel woek lIa u Hrs W o ran 1a =H iF1d =teta tch q at IajI In p- njaoeoIlUlNptis Aft i ifVukya Wu azidaIt tmfl k a colLnd 41tb seed feir fh fnlt thanttieiny package Soc1 by lh reJl Drug itoreI 1 V TEETH 1KTR L JVITHOIf PAIN uIPBIok ap aWllli AJ SPIELDWork cuss tjctiti1 ik i7PAlrtnTi jSs t j V 1 to 2 ppn t Offices over Haydans Drugstore i JrImpton1Dji4i I flpce ill Otera liaise M i v 0fIk Pk8C NeW 9 1 Residence f3o 38 jAA I rORNEYATLAW WiijFGRIGSBY OSee oTtr Peoples Bank I SPRINGFIELD Y il BRoBARDS MWFYATT ftoBARDS HYATT PiJIleJIIS laud Swoons Oove1 ow Hagans gro Oery oppotlie Prsbvfbrian church Dr W W Ray PlltsiCIAH ND iSLJRGEON o4e over Ha don Robert Iens Drug Store Phones j I Office U5I JOHN Y MAYES tJFUEBAl ijiflCTOR AMDllCEMSEO EMBALMER utTELEPHONEDAY19tNI1T74 SPRfflGFIELDIal Raf road Schedule Foliowing is thQtnne schedule OW in effect on the Bardslown And Springfle1dbrauch railroad No 4i Leayes Louisville at iJ 430 p me Bardstown Junctioi ti V22 pm Bardstown 6Q6 pm irriviis at ISpringneld 705 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at i20nQ Bardstown 607 am Bards own Junction 65Cr am I irrivie at Louisville 740 am Nol 43 Leaves Louisville at 820mmi Bardstowti Junction 9 1 d am Bardstown 11 00 am arrive at Springfield 1230 pm- No44Leaves Springfield a 100 pm Bardstownj 220 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaved SprinKtield at 7 15 amBards I to jisrn 8 am Bardstown Junction f g45am arrives at Louisville 935 iin No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown JUUCtI D 645 pm Bardstown 730 izn arrives at Springfield 815 Dm KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS iIT Dr1Kings New Discovery ClfORC OUCHS OLDS Trial PRICEtt ALLTHROAT ANDLUMTKOUBLES atTAEANTBED SATMPACJTOB OK MONEY SEFCnfDXD WATEp4 man that hash some money ocan give a good personal bond to apt as agent for the Standard Se il1dM1E chine CorlLis would be a nice line for some good mercnant to Handle Experience unnecess try will teach you the business 4 Write to W 4 Ward 1 State gent No 130 Thst Bro way Lou i vi He Ky YWhen the om f1h Uear rKidi nErVes gtweak thentliese or 1r BS always fail Donttdrhgr thc- komach or sti tuTh i ithe heart oi ltidHey That is simply a inakeshlef iSet alP r CriptiO known to druggist eyeryheVe as Dr Shobps restorative The testoratlve is prepredex Itreigthentliese wpvftlf Dr Shoops Restorative Oatfletaor liquid and ss how quickly help wilt come Free sample test ftafcjHi Nfrueat by Vt Shoop Racine Wk yjSrhealth if surely worth ilii l f4Stest For sale by the fle- CriuDrStQre d RoEA three yesr old tuhion fi Chester Dare 10 will OiaiWivUls ll d1 ap jf s M i 1 f1S MAYES r 8p4ngfieIdKrI 0 SJOfa fWA my place ten fel l weigh from 7i 5tj tos BJ8fe red anU black spotted QiriicaTj haye Same by WlogJQr keep and for thi adv rtiemeoi BEK EDWARDS IIael eat I AllAbout Y urelf FndsaI- KrcquaintancssI I 1 IflAI I hat a young cow and calf jforgate Dr John Deboe i B i4Btirns has some nice yearling mules for sale at V BuytSehipt oystersand you will always get the best atic 1Sroy tJt T rFoRVSAtB Red Berkshire so and ome pigs ii E o Wiiikere kfreshUlroy Shaders DWeand fr sb lot of seeded raisens cur rani s and citron C- It McElroy ShaderSI FOR tJ A gist mill and- gaslei engine In good con at dition will sell at a bargain LC tft ODER Rev W W Gieeo of Jack son nill hQkla protracted meeting in Mackville MRchurch December 2d13th 4W f i When making your cakes and itmincei citron nd currants dud r memW ber we have the bestbMcElroy jfcShader The ladies OfthLPleasant Groye church will give an Ouster Supper at tho home of Judge B LA Litsuy Friday evening No tivembri be pres nt it TAKEN PBroRnare one eye came tto myplaqe about ed November 20 Owner can have same 05 calling and paying costs Taos W SIMMSJoY fb froiiowing marriage Ui censes were issued by the County th weeKTJaDowling 8PMuddan JMrP Annie pally W E Epperson and Miss Mary A Tumey LosT Between the First Nations Bank and Walker Beights a ladys black woolen las jacket silk lined Reward i7 cl returne to the undersigned of Mrs Oscar Walker Hooker Key who Jives in the in Texas neighbyrhpod wastriedD on aluracy warrautbefore Judge Thurmiinlast Saturday and or dered sent to the asylum His mind pecame unbalanced on religion Ifr Isi LoiOEi the streets of SpBnglield ape contain taining a night gown a pairf scissor a thimble and two band kerchieis whidn were being worked Finder will please Je ve name at NewsLeader OffiCef Mr William Mudd has sold his farm consisting of 53 acres of lard in the St Rose neighbor hootito his son pr J C Mudd at 50 per acre Mr Mudd has moved to town anti has rente the Lloyd Haydon residence on Main S ret FOR XENT Four rooms two down s airs and two up in ray ouse on Mackville street Gonven ent locaion to GradedI chool Will rent furnished or unfurnished For further infor mation call on the undersigned I at the house MRS SALLIE EPPERSON The marriage of Mr James H Edelen formerly of this county to Miss Mary Eveline Schmidt of Her ley pal occurred to dy at thQ howe of the brio e at thatt place Mr Edelen left Springfield al out seven vears ago and Oaklandtwhere he has been quite success lul in business His manyI friends bereWishliim much happi ess ToaccoMefl Notice All AmericanJoqietyof qnity are hereby notified thatj there will be meetkg of thie ciunty union at Pleasant Grove school house on Saturday afte ootlatl oclock Business ofiimportance is tb considered and a futjt attendance of tobacco growers and ttiijse interested iSnrgedj WM NALLEY President jt DeW tts Oarbolizep Wltcli Haz Salve pjinetiates the pores s1y C1ea1se8a3d is healing at Soldbythe TOPICS 11 V Preparatory Service For Communion Beginning Thankisgiving night the regular Thursday evening prayer meeting at the Pres byterian church preparatory service for communion the ifirst unday in December will bt held hrstlay night Friday morning and night and Saturday morn ing and night All members are peciaUy urged to atiendf Everybody cordially invited attend v REv RE C LANVSON Jenkins AV beautlfui home weading- eremony was 2liat which re- uited in marriage of Miss Lydia Thomas Duncan and Mr Alex ander Lewis Jenkins yesterday high noon dt the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs George Davison Duncan The ceremony was performed before an improvised altar and undei five bite weddiiig bells ev R Ev C Lawson of thf Springfield Presbv terian church officiated The bride was given marriage by her brother Mr Albert Mtirshall Duncan and Mal ci VG Duncan another- rother actedasbestlmauj The prrlors of the home were beautifully decorated with foli age plants palms ferns aspar gus and white cbrysaruhemmus The color scheme of tthe decora ons was green andwhite and I showed to best advantage in the i candle light of the darkened room The bridal couple enter t to the strains of Mendeli sboniweddiogmarch pla edbv i Miss Sue Ray on the m ndo1ut ith piano accompnaiment LJ Miss May me Allen Schuberts Serenade was rendered during ir performance ofthe ceremony e bride was uttirtd in a three iice travelling suitojf brown cnifloh broadcloth with hat to m tch and carried a shower bojuquet of Bride roses Jhe bride wagUle recipient of many handsome presents uch1 solid silver cut glass fine h na and other articles as tokens f esteem from many well wisb ing friends JThe bride isi a general favorite Springfield society and has hny admirers tor her amiable disposition and many accom phphments Mr Jenkins the gropm isa young Fan of talent and business abiluy He is in truetbrin Mechanical Engineer ing iin the University ofCir cinnati Mr and Mrr Jenkins will be at home in Cinpfonatt aftdr a short bridal tourk Notice The firm of RoBards Hyatt having ben dissolved it becomes iInessiI themselves indebted to the firr will confer a favor by ca1lin awl settling I will be in Spring field until December 1st and would prefer to settle these ac counts before I leave After bjputj neyfor collection Dn J B RoBARDS IiXbllrlfva1bas thanlfifI lief frrrrthz lame back and rhcut la tism It is the bea Hnimeritl used For sale by Haydon everI ertiOltI RANDiOPEIINGnF I Holiday Goods Ii cc1 Beginning MONDAY DECEMBER 2d hardsomestiiiiii f tI1 have eyer handled These goods areaall handsome and useful andaconsist of Solid Silver Gut Olassp fine French China Fine Manilla Clocks I Jewelry of all Kinds 1 l Men and Ladies Watches Rings Pins Bracelets e- tc1M I RUSSELLIrii 1 F SONAl1s rMr Jqhn D Roberts isspend tog this week in Louisvile Miss Lydia Huston hfis re turned to her home at Maud after an extended visit to Washih ington city and other points the east iIMr Wallace Ejiincan who isc attending college at Lexington came in Tuesday to spend the Thanksgiving holidays at home Mr Will Rpberfeou and Prank Willett spent Sunday in Perry ville r Davie Hays and Miss i1M of Lebanon wer in town one day last week Mr Perry Mirks has returned Ito Louisville afier a short visit to his pare tslXerp Mrsl John Rij Smith is ill with typhuid fever Mr C C McGill of Lebanon spent Monday here rsT J Miller has returned to her home in New Hope after 5visit to her daughter Mrs W F Trusty l Little GarnetsCarpenter iis very ill with pneiimoma Miss May me Donnelly has re turned to her hi me neat town after aviittoMis Mabel Price Mrsrii P OBryan who has been ill of typhoid feveris iim proving Mr Pate Carpenter of Dan ville is here helpinghis sister Miss Bertha Haydon has re berioturnedto her home at New Hope after ayisit To Mrs W F Trusty Pr John Spalding ac qcmpanied her as far as Lebanon Miss Myrtle Price has return ed home after a visit to Mrs Tom Stocker of Bardstown Wr and Mrs Tom Spalding Landtothelr homein Bardslown after a visit to Mr Ben Haydon and family r Mr Walter E LeachmanWhCr has beet living 1I THE HUNTING SEASON i- iI i H IIIs Come and see my line of onl Guns and AmmunItIon HUNTING COATS aVESTS amd BELTS LOADED S11ELLwith both bt ckand smokeless powder Ij 11 HOT GUNS H from 35Q for single barrel to25for iIO double beLiIy Barker 1 several months camn in last week and will remain to look after some business interests here MissSaa Shehanj of Maud spent Monday with friends here Mrs AR Shultz has returned oma after a visit Jri Lebanon Mr WiUF Simms spent Tues day in Danville Miss Lillie Anderson of Dan Hlle is the guestof Miss Eunice ONan Ms TW Smms and daugh ter Mis Flaget are Visiting in Louisville k wI Mr Joe E Harmon of Mack ville was in town Wednesday Miss Hallfe Buston of Maud was in town one day last week Mr R C Clarkson of Leba non was in townon Monday Miss Mary Brown of Louisville spent the first of the week with her i sisters Misses Lucy and jVeola Brown Mrs Adolphus Byrne ne Snsan Irvine of Hans Tennj1 spent a few days with her sister Mrs Gebrgp L Wharton and l1cEloyIMr William Dinwiddi0i of LitchGeld is visiting bis daugh ter Mrs J H Lampton Mrs Ruby 8mith and babe have returned from an extended visit to relativesl in Western Kentucky r Mss Sadie Mayes was hostess toa few friends Tuesday even ing1n honor of Miss Lydia Duncan Miss Lydia Duncan w Siiored guest Monday evening wit h Miss Lucy Selecman as hostess to a few intruiato friends of the brid9 elect Mrs Lloyd Haydon entertain ed at euchre Tuesday afternoon in honor of her guests Mr Kate Spalding and Mr Pulnani of Lebanon Miss V ola Brown entertained a few of her friends WedoEsdai evening in honor of MiSS Ethel McClaskey The game was 42 and was much enjoyed by the guests Mr and Mrs George Medley have returned from Owensboro IMr Harry ONan of Louis lvIrlandsiilles gqest Hudgi Mr s C LotTTOT Bosley for a few days hunting Miss Mary McOlellan of Lebanon is with her sister BSG Minnie McClellan for Thanks giving Messrs T S Mayes and Con rad Herfcreinvl were in Leoanon Wednesday Mrs John Brown and Mrs Ivan Rogers of Lebanon spent Wednesday with MraF M Martin lMrs J L Wharton returne from Louisville Suuday Hon W 0 McUhord was in Frankfort Friday MIss Jennie Redding is spend mtc Thanksgiving vacatipn with1 her sister Mrs John Brown LebanonJ Miss Haldene Arnold and Mr rlJ Hutbhcraft of Lbui3vPk Hre guests of Miss EojiiyRus sell A Miss Saute Bosley ana Mrs Ben McElrov of Lebanon tended fhe DuncanJenkins atiding yesterday Misses Althaire and Louise Medlej Were in Loaisyiller last weeks IMissesBlIen Gregory and Mae Ben Gibbs who attend Beaumont college Harrodsburg are at home spending the Thanksgiving v holidays 4 Mrs Louis Rogers was Louisville yesterday inI t In mpt cases consumption results f lwprapeijlyreatedi aridrtire4 r you tidpreventsserlonsresult no more ban the unknwn s It cQltiiIparations and yojf should insist ving the genuine in the yellow CrosDrug A Fine Boar For Sale I I will sell at farmers price one of my herd Boars 18 months old a fine breeder of ia ge uniform litters I am also fiE ring Sep tem qr farrowed boars choice ones for sale GUts all sold Come and see them or rHe1I Jl3Spytf Springfield Ky riii s If your blood is impure thin diseased hot or fu of humors if you have blood poison canc carbuncles eating sores scrofula epzeonaj itching risings and bumps schbby pimply skin bone pains catrrh rheuma tism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggists or by express SI per writingBloodB is especially advisetl forchronic deepseated cases as it cures after all else fails 94yi 157500 Upon W F Book er Srs Life Further investigation Into amount of insurance earned theI W F Booker Sr the MamI street merchant who was acci deutly shot while out hunting H week ago reveals the fet that there will be paid to his estate 157500 upon policies on his life instead of 100sOOQas was at first suppcsed Mr Booker had 25000 in accident msiirapce and 140000 in life insurance Upoti one accint policy amounting to 150000 his tState can only collect 50 per cent be- caUse hewS killed while out hunting which is an especial provision of the policy Mr Booker had long been looked upon as an insurance expert To carry his various policies it cst him ab pt75O0pr annum Babies and children need promp attention when safTcrine1 from coughs arid colds The best remedy fur mothers to use is Kennedys kaxaiive- Cbngh Syrup It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar it contains no ooiates and litis laiatiyeand drives the sold out of tha system by gently moving the bowel Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Dog Tax Funds The members ef the Fiscal Court put hi5two busy days Thursday and Friday in the regular fall term For work on 42 dirt roads done during the year 088 elaiuis were allowed amounting to Sl540 which willl be paidat onceL40S50 was passed and certified to the Audi tor on claims for sheep killed and injured including the officers fee As only 1100 in dog fax has been paid in the county the sum will have to be vproraied among the claimants There are 21 claimants in the first district amounting to 320 10 in the second district amount jug to 437 10 in the third district amounting to 298 12 in the fpurh district amounting to 8255 none in the fifth district 1 in the sixth district amounting to r27 Harrodsburg Democrat A nard DthtLTOTPaY I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be raid off w ites S Clark of WesterQeldJowaJ i for manv rescues front death by Dr Kings New Discovery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed im minent when i commen edotak ing New Discovery The omm ousday banking cough quit be fore vthe first boitle was used and two more bottles made ia ubaidndluct4aiuts Gnatxntc H ii Robe o dru- gjisi 5 au Jl Qial oti tie free I tadol DyspeS4 cue J y r t 1 a Mer0de derWear I IJyrior For Ladies Misses arid Children I 4llIL 11 The above brands are the bestthatftispeIbh fe get Mode Underwear comes in wool I wool and Fleeced Cotton These garrbeautifully made and finished We are sole afwrts for this well known I u Underwear and Hosiery l l + r r- I Our stock of Mens and Boys t s j f A = Underwear r rl ais very large and we can please you in both quality t and price Boys Fleeced Undershirts and Drawer 25c each Mens heavy Fleeced Shirts and Draw ers 50c each Boys Union Suits 25c and S8c J F We also have the finer grades 75c tol50 ack f u I I IHtadiesi i ofIDrawers1 J k IIJ 25G FindlsF Eacht I i I J Thisi is a bargain L tri r t Lt 1 t I Boys antf Girls Good II Ribbed Hose lOc and 15t p 51 r I1 RQbertsonCla INCORPORATED brook cDi I I 1lf L I ii i i c 44 CASH BUYES I AltehtioA l f I Forth next 30 days we will make II1 Special Prices For CaT on our entire stock of goods 1 i Therenerwasj timewtit I IIi I propose to move ourg odSld iius show you some bargains fe l r I Clothing Shoes and Dry Goods r w w f fiIi1i 1G8HNDY i McIHTIBB r t1 lJ LI Jitj iilJi jjii ai iWwi Wt- t 1 New GrocerJ i Is AND MEAT SHOP tJ V r zII s Having bought the Ca mYUWUPQCit4 5t purpose to add a new and freth line ofJ rf 1i Staple tand fancy Gwcertcs 1 J tw 7 t and most respectfully solicit a share Qf th iib3 patronage iIIIJt r 3J k tjL f3 IIIwillalsocoiiducaI wll qujjj shop where J will hsd1eaU kowU of 4s Sate ifFresh and 1MII V t twill have associated with p fi fadi a TGox who is well known aM s iki 3 cjLPbeU old tnd opposite FirstNthafj w EaratCo v lrfl7C1fZLDRZF Zt1FZt KENNEDYS LAXAIIVZ COUGH SYRW ifoclo r1IiiIaa4fReleves soar Msaick pupitauqa iof the heart thgests 0 4 y t v tkPRINT +I Tell How To Papsxs sSt j pIit T OVeSSS j Drssdedh TtelriMw fa trt k11 of R lkT a a4jooit fW = fist rGIt wtag Xtr if ibsddwe 1 tmdolfoii h hLfijsi p Kirgo2- tj Oornpoue4 Syrup J 8irithu ifcfMf ouneest1IWcjqredielJlal l ft bdfr our borne dn n jsuy mixed by ug tbwU int5a- ReUetis 11tEJtJ l frorn lisUe v doeI ijlpdoBatitdesweJJ J boty J Cleveland spjo tlM logt 4oLs kidueys0to frOa tabIOod wsis miter and F41hIpj 1 t i- Aiiit4i gIM J oiy ue lead iorivrpas dis DRW iff life this Jwill ao doubt be ed by sany safferers it hs ft booM ibo should at IfaMJBizture get v I id v ft pEron who k tds prescriRtiop ily a AOM or two daily or Mw tIm a w fslc would r iMrkMM Kidney orc j i iiort T i or Eheuma 44 t tWOst and preserye itI Ebpeiibi lliprMCrjptop reftilr rtlieve are scarce i IidyOa need L iivbMllyi Mar drug w Biystbey will either fimtMffr diente or make Iximrt reftiy to take if any ofrreideraoprefer jjflT rptFMMERS j yjNuM fa WnWr- many beginners In sheep I thine saysSand some of OMB r ffclnr to kate trouble in their e MB tMdii jahfckw ldta4I of kInd to the Miep Myi Natioaal Stock f aMe efl found his irifif and gafferlhg from bMd though he did evf Ib1oerokeepTheth in l tiMpe They bad enough to eat r WkrtoH and were housed fromr M Am oM rtiepKerd went to aad MW the trouble at pie- ceTooi v wi all shut He at once them to be left open and the disappeared Remember be that the she p does pot care It gets as long as it is dry Wte Let the doors of the lifrm be open and avoid colds beep Fall Wf P1 reetling JJhaaibeeB wr experience that join iuirs c1 ctei from fall litters 1rp 1D6fe 4 irkbte to retain for breed m thai thjfe that are selected 1rQm tl pcWJj jkters for the reason that llMf hare obtained the desired matu rity aud development at the time when itfv tCMfet io breed them for spring lltteffiJWft iHt It is A good plan to eteet bro d sows from fall pigs and Kvi tlifa Jbodj care during the win J r BpripHo tHy vzlll be In condl tMIt fe o out oa clover alfalfa orblue plM orejaBd thrive with the ad ifiKiTf y little grain until a few k8 Were It 6 desired to breed thjMrt wlt it te best to feed sonSe t CMte jultmtt feed and continue lip mi feedINg until they farrow their ftnt li4teriC W Dent r Trlmmingjev qil yearmago an old farrier gave t f M th fw1gadvIce In trimming a Mif 8 beof which we think is excel itaya FarID Advocate Cut down tt e hoof at the beet till the frog barely f riMta upoa the ground or rather slight Itkeground erer under amy eIrcnistauCeS should the frog be triwm M wired Some trim or pare tt frofrjso they can trim down the f ittiheihpoYT the iiore This should fever be done rrin front of the hoot Conquer That Coujji DM M with jMKtkWiT oa your chest xcrtdat that you let YD3in the tighter its vfr1ecouies Thecough becomes igoro tiolcnt and exhausting the del kate bronchial passaeer etlinflamed under the continual hacking the lungs become lacerated ni4er the constantly ssriuPrzYsL WttE j Plabs Cure tie fr It soothiftff and WatW effect upon Satire respiratory mu cww tecabfase It has tc4 1kc test for nearly Ipilf cwtenr as the one reliable remedy for con Mnptlon colds aijd a1- 1dMtecUonslt goes lightnothe origin of the trouble pykl tbe cause aiids oftnuteJia nttotutg h altbul con 4Hmt Tit cure bmotsJely free lron at JsrifelririiC VfcdicntsC Ite iwrfact afe r pleas t SM wneqsalled- cat7 eltthcrcpiedf for maa5woMs acbd Iyqubae coocfa tha it out rr Before tt J j t IIv Joe ttnnnwa to give 3t cue tc- rWt4 oi pqsttioU The front should jwAi too long This ylll give the Ukej 1 irinclj of aist and ii 8fk M b1mIsh nar insult On the other JMrod It Should not be top stiprtas tWe lirll hold the ankle too erect f Cr eked FtVfpck Wfa ii the animal has the kIn crack ed ab45t the fetlocks poultice the legs vJtM liuseeiti meal maths Into a poultice th ssrariu water Change the poiil twice a day and continue It for n Then mix one ounce each of acetit Of lead and sulpltate of zinc wHh ae quart of water and apply a lit tle to ihe cracks twice a day until they are ht aled Also mix four ounces each of gjri phate of Iron and nitrate of pa assi i divide Into twentyfour doses Give me twice a day ill Jima mash un til all ere tnken Give the animal regu lar K crclse except the tveek when the poult co is applied Dr Porter fait For Hogs Salt for hogs Is a matter upon which littlel emphasis Is usually rut but it l doubtless one bt Jhose Important fri ties which we may consider with prof it Salt Js a normal constituent of An linn tissue and of the blood plays an Imp ltant part In the stimulation ot he internal organs and is the source of tme chlorine of the hydrochloric the tastaip juice It iis always present in the urine whether present In the fdbdlor not and death maybe caised ff tnere is a complete absence of salt in the ration during a considerable time Farmers Advocate I Sheep Notes Ewes that are safely in lamb should be given a little extra feed The quality of the Iambus and the strength of the ewes In the spring de peed upon the care and feed from pow on TJbe supplying of market lambs Is a high art branch of sheep breeding ands well worthtthe attention of persons who are adapted to the business r Dry beds are Indispensable to sheep A damppen will Invite all kinds of trquble Dry cold Is health for sheep damp or wet Is death Lambs Need Plenty of Water The value of lambs having access to water at all times is Indicated by a test made at the Montana experiment station Lambs watered once a day gained pnly 2147 pounds at a cost of 451 cents per pound against 2808 pounds at a cost of only 334 cents per pound gained by those with free access to water Salt of course should be before sheep at all times We can safely rest assured of One tfilng In handling all kinds of stock the less want they feel for anything tile better they will do Thrush In Horses Feet For thrush In the foot wash out jthe diseafed part and pare away all gigged and loose hoof says Farm Jqrn- aL Then apply some pine tar wIth a few drops of sulphuric acid on Its pur face This Is best used on a ple get of tow To cure a stubborn case of long stand lAg it will be necessary to repeat the treatment frequently being especially careful to clean out the thrush thoroughly Black WalnutTrees Cultivate black walnut as the sup ply Is rant becoming xhausted while the demand for that kind of wood for furniture andother purposes Is very great Trees of good size grow In ten to twelve years and the lumber corn mand a very high price the SPORTING WORLD r The Forward Pass Probably the chief topic among football experts this year Is the forward pass and its variations It is one of the elements of the new gridiron game that makes the play more open and less dangerous In the accompanying cit Is shown a correct way to male a short forward ONE WAY OP ZXEQ IN9 TOE FORWARD rAss i pass The throw iirernioro accu rate awl less apt to be blocked when two hands are used Anothermethiodls the end over end pass The fingers lap considerably the end of the ball in order to secure a firm grasp Carlcson Swedish Yacht Raca Star Jn View of the probability or Sweden challenging tor the Americas cup yachtsmen Ijere are much Interested In the man pelectcd to take the helm the challefiger In most cases of the kind the boat and per designer have been considered first but this time It somcthIngwas chosen to command the cup hunt ir tfefoce even the size of thfe boat war feided uponSStlthougb well known to Scnndi n V6arlssons fame has not cx dwitsjde the bordering waters of far jiojf b peninsula There hehma- 5r4ce unvi mtu for cups gire by pi yachtsmen of Stock bolm1 been successful Infleshas 11 tM emThe bouts4ltopw v r hc would bea do ftFf 3tjoter Is di1ult 1say doulttwouId mako t betyaeaft4gHjlsIlJIUr 3 fs top That Cold ToeheckeerlycoldsorGrlppowith Preventics1- jnmns sure dfeat fo Pneumonia To stop n with Prevcntlca saWr than to lot it run arid be obliged tocure It afterwards To be sure Pro vehtlcs will cure even a qeeplr seated Cold but taken eariystt the snoot stage they break or heed oft these early colds Thats sorely better Thats why they are called PreTentics ItovenUcsarellttle Candy Cold Cures No Quin ine no physic nothing ElckeninB Nice for the children and thoroughly safe too If you feel chilly If you sneeze if you jache all over think of Preventies promptness may also save half your usualslcknoss And dont forgetyour child if there Is feverishness nlihtorday Herein pro bably lies Preventies greatest efficiency Sold in 6e boxes for the pocket also in 25c boxes of 43 PlenUes Insist on yoir UggISta giving you Preventies RED ROSS DRUG STORE DliSTn T HIS POST j Engineerof DynamiteTrain Saved Town but Lost His Life t fPOWDER CARS CAUGHT FIRE L Mexican Hero Ran Blarn Freight Through StrecVs of Naco Ariz at Top Speed and Was Blown tb Pieces After Village Was Safely Passed Jesus Garcia the engine of which he had charge and the train loaded with powder and dynamite for the Pitares mines which rattled along the narrow gauge road behind the engine were blown to atoms plong with a section house filled with Mexican laborers Garcia died to save the lives of the hundreds of mining people who live in the town of Kaco Ariz A few mo meats more and the lives of the Mexican laborers would have been saved GARCIA HOPED TO GET TIlE TRAIN qiiEAlt also and only Garcias life and that of a boy named John Chisholm who was stealing a ride would hlie been lost The train was lumbering along the ramshacklp rails just as Naco was reached and a brakeman called toJGarcia that the root of one of the cars loaded witli powder was afire By the time the engineer turned climbed on the tender and saw that the tire had a good start the main street of thel town was reached Jump for your hlvescalled the en gineer in Spanish The train crbw leaped from the train scrambled to their feet and fled crying out warnings totilC cluster of people at the station SGareja stuck to his post throwing the throttle wide open A curl of smoke anti the smell of the burning car top made a wake through the town Hanging to the last car was the boy Chisholm The rattleandbang of the train as It gathered speed prevented him hearing the cries X6f trlght and r warning Garcia was intent only on saving the town from complete destruc thou Ahead of him was a big section house in which Were a score or more of Mexican miners Garcia himself a Mexican hoped to get the train clear of that as well as of tile town and then jump for his own lifeut the last minute as the open was iteajfhed The Mexicans in the section house heard the whistle of Garcias engine sounding long and shrill and flocked to IThenThe frightened poopleof Nnco stuff ed their fingers in their ears but the concussion threw them to the ground smashed eyery vhidowlnl l town aiid ylicn they lojced toward theyiiehieldj Garcia the boy stealing a ride the Mexicans the section house ltl even the rails of the road had disappeared Naco was safe mid ilissavlul from annihilation was due toj Garcias willingness to face and accept a death as swift aid as terrible as any hero had ever faced Not a trace of Garcia could bt foundafter the explosion Rabbit Lures Dogs tb Death otIsevicinity of 1Ili8enColo is explained tIllrluredIelusfdashed to death on the rocks below The rabbit seems to court a chase and when Jpnrsued always runs Jn the rection of an old stone quarry a short RuilllingI PreciItail a lhundred feet to their death The j carcasses of seven tOga were found rithe bottom of the quarry A I Always Strong ChurcliThey say the htiraanT v olcql Is stronger In tile iniiing than it is JIJ Gotham r l lfel n In 11abYSyo Sta uv MOflelOi iii f eeirtr and laWer l1arcoJ li5 j Re Cross Drug Store a c CHOICE MlSCELt AlfY- r Hi torageMethod- weU dressed wonma took from her pocketbook tvto pawn tickets How Ho you happen to haVe docu meutsvof tbatlJind In your possession Tasked a frlen They belong to me thats how repltou1 the well dressed woman se rtcrf I panned several pieces of Jevelry when I went away In July and havent got the things qnt yet KO friends face took on an expres ilon or is5led sympathy and wonder Well she exclaimed you are cer tainly the last person I would have ever thought of coming down to that You always seem to have plenty of nioucyA J didnt pawn the things because I needed money said the well dressed womauut put them tlibrc for safekeeping For several years Ibnve- been storing my furs In a pawnshop during the summer Since they were tso 1COllCll1dedIthouse where I had tho things stored tt wasvbrokcn Into and l lost two rings and a bracelet A pawnshop Is about the safest place on earth to keep things in It Is hard enough for people to got their own stuff out sometimes but It Is almost Impossible for anybody else to get it also It fs cheaper titan a safety deposit vaUlt for that combination of reasons have become a pawnshop patron1 Philadelphia Ledger A Sculptors Find Probably the greatestof living sculp tors ISM Rodhi the I rench geilius who is aljl but worshiped by the artis tic world jof Ixindon and Puns One of Ills favorite hobbles is to search curiosity shops for pieces of phd sculpture and jcarvlng and the othbr tiny he discovered p n ancient marbje head It was very dirty so lIe gave it to a young friend to clean This task demanded the utmost care but at length1 it was completed and M Ito dins friend started off in a pab to convey the head to Its owner He had not gone very far however when his cab collided pith n motorcar The Impact sent the head Into the street wI ere It was smashed Into aj dozen piece s Sorrowfully the nina gathered the ragments together Then to his surpr ise he discovered over twenty gold coins which had been concealed wi bin the head The coins ore of ancient date antI very vajuable but their possession does not console 3L Rodin for the loss of his artistic treasure London An swers Cavalry Beware Bless the Marthy exclaimed Uncle Cyrus looking up from his maga zlnewWere getting a navy that dont need to take a back seat for any q them European nations Just listen to tills Sonie fellow has beenYinakiiig estimates Any half doz en io our big cruisers down to the Jamestown exposition have engine strength eqMl to the pulling power of all the hor in the Russian cavalry The enfves of our big battleship Lourslaiia v strong enough if they could be fvtened somewhereto pull the hull United States cavalry Into the sea all Mercy sakes cried Aunt lartha with arrested spoon for the first time impressed with these Interesting statistics I hope to goodness our cay aIry Ii keep away from the shore Youths Companion A Two Hour Pipe The previous best pipe smoking record was absolutely outclassed recent at the Agricultural hall The IIY smoked n pipeful of tobacco over two hours The last ten mln lutes saw a contest between a clay pipe and nbrier and was watched with tense excitement At last the clAy gave up lin minutest after the start The brier Immediately shot forth clouds of smoke and kept going for more than fivd minutes after the owner was ideclared winner anti the proceedings were closed As lip finally left the hall thisre was still a faint blue smoke drifting from his pipe Thomas Wood is the name of the hold er of the worlds smoking record anti he comes from PlekhnJllOne hundred and eleven minittcs was the previous jestLtndon Mail Policemen as Linguists Paris Is training a specially nicked squad of gendarmes in English Ocr man Spanish and Italhuu Fifty men are being instructed gratuitously at theyhavecy they vill be distributed over thi quarters most fit quented by Victors to Paris such as tlie Opera and the adjoining streets and boulevards and riteyiilIonthc firm and foreigners ignorant of and In want or Information or assistance will easily rccosniR the new polyglot police If the Idea works out well in practice It will probably lx extended In Paris and copied In other capitals DressFltictywere asked by the fashionable London res tnnnint the Savoy Shall we nforce the rule making evening dress com pulsor In our resbuiran have re plied In till alllrnmtlve Only one neg nth o reply was recelod The single objector tot compulsory evening dress sold It certaJnly a stupid rule which wouldl prevent 1 man in tills democratic century from dressing as lit plcasfcg TV pV are more Important than rules of fashion It Js just such con vent Joual Ideas which keep up Englands reputation of folmiI FOR- NEURALGIA t SCIATICA RHEUMATIC BACKACHE PAIN IN CHESt DISTRESS iN STOMACH 4 SLEEPLESSNESS FT Bad Sin J23 c PASSED AS MAN SIXTY YEARS Eccentric Old dolorado Woman Had a Wife Who Ran Away Charles yaubaugh alias Katherine slxtYjyearsTrinidad Colo from old age She was born in France eightythree yearsiago and came vtp America when eighteen years of age rplyiug upon her own energies to make her living found that she was greatljt Sbl pod because of her sex After ing around the country for two years as n woman she adopted male garb and applied for1 a mans position SheI obtafned employment In JoP1lnuo1 and worked there as a bookUeepej for IAIIqne SIte pos3ossed an excellent education and while she was In Joplin she wusI offered a position in a St Joseph banking house She accepted this go hug to St Joseph before she was thirty years of ageI A few months later a young woman lor that town was deserted by the man who had promhJedto marry her Mss Vosbaugh sought her out proposed marriage and was accepted IJo this girl Miss Yosbaugh divulged liar sex After their niarriage they came to Trinidad and openejd a restaurant A year or two afterward the wife dis appeared The husband declaredhe hau been deserted and refused to make any effott to find her He received more or less sympathy at the time but the incident was soon forgotten Tiring of city life and always fearing her secret would be discovered Miss Yosbaugh forty years ago sought employment at the Sam Brown ranch near Trlnqhera She asked for work as a sheep herder and tills was given to her Later when she knew that her sex could not be discovered except by the greatest of accidents she accepted work as a camp cook She remained at the Sam Brown ranch until two years ago when she was taken to San Rafael hospital In Trinidad to spend her last days She caught ffcoldl that threatened to develop into pneumonia Dr Forham said It would be necessary for Mr V- oiJflUirtO partially remove his cloth li g for an examination Fearing she would die Miss Vos baugh at lust reluctantly consented and then with tears welling l13 her eyes and coursing down her wrinkled ichceks she called for the sister In r charge and parted with her seret for t1secomi time iuslxty years SUNK IN A QUJCKSAND jHunter Saved by His Faithful Dog IFrom an Awful Death Caught In u quicksand Ayhlle separat ed from the other members of hlslmnt- Ibig party John Crpuin of Belleville K seeingFhlsr his friends found them and brought theta to Crpnlus assistance I In4he party we Chief of rolled Ml eliacl Flynn of BellevIHe Ills fifteen yearold sop Jobn and Frank Curran They started outfor n days hunting in the woods In the southern part of her ien Cronlns flog startetl a cofntso Cronin followed toe dog SodtI found himself In the THE DOG Lift ThEM STUAiairrTO iJllONIN quicksand lie sanlc tto his hips In stantly Then he fired one barrel lila shotgun The shot was iielird to his friend but they supposed lie was shooting at sonic game anllpaid no at tention He tired the second Inurel but Ktlll no liRlu come Bv this time t pj but especially lyhert HJS a question t v If suffer in this bottle of v Mrs Ludnda I I i WRITEUS A LETTER ins anus were pmioneu uuu ne IU uot reload the sun so he began to LhioutaHis friends were out of hearing however and as the mud began tb riM wound his shoulders lie gave himself ill Xor lost At lust his dog7 been running through tile whichI d to him liebarked torn few j1j1nd autb then seclSlng to realize his muster needed help started at full speed Some distance away he found the other inemijersof the party His frantic barking made wrongInndThe dcg led tTitiii straight back to Cronin who was burled to his neck With brandies torn from tup trees they extricated him almost uncon scions They were forced to carry him a mile to the nearest house where be was revived He was then sent to tls tome IArmyNavyGame enough pt5lucid Yule to nOto O score Is some tiling of teamso Is one that permits Harvard to gain onljfil single touchdown and that one the result of a fluke all of which indicates1 that the ArmyNavy gadio on Franklin field Philadelphia this year ought to ben hummer Last years itrlutnph Of Annapolis after years of defeat removed time popular impression that th greater age of the cadets gave them an advantage that deprived the mid dies of tOnes of ictoryo Trotting Mara Dorothy Dombcy After being sold to a Berlin horseman for 2000 by her former English own er E A Robtus6n the little gray trotting mare Dorothy Dombey has Just closed campaign o fr tlCteeJ con tests In whlch her host time was equal to 214 thought she tooft Qrst money seven times awl second money flve times and showed In the money three times for a gross result of 4305 in stakes Her average time was not bf t ttt6r thRill 219 which Is raled a sta trotting performance in Germany Football Notes The University pf Peunsylvftnla foot hall players have a 03000 clnbhoiiso on Franklin Held and Mike Mifrphy allows them many privileges not usual ly lucid to be for men Iq trnl1l1ngrHtouser the Indians wonderful kick er and fullback is one of the Cliey curse tribe and went to Carlisle from Oklahoma His age Is twentjpm height fie fjet eleven inches and he weighs 177i pounds Could Surely Bat Some The best hitting baseball team in the coufltry says an expert Would made up of Orth pljcher Schreck catcher Chase first base Lajoie see ond base Cobb and Flick In the outfield all of the America leaguej Wrgner shortstop anti Stelr fcldt third base of the Nations league ArmyKcvy Record The army and navy football teams have played twelve times sInce 1890V The navy vou three oi the first torn Alines then the giuUes were prohijil ad bv congress for six year and since S the army hUN wonslx games ani lie navy twQJTbe series stands 7 in thai armys favor Killed by Horde of Rats Attacked by hungry rats Georgi a tenmonthisold baby vas bfftcn so1 badly that he died a ew hour later in the Perinsyivaulia lospltal The child wassleeplng alone a second story room of his parents tit 505 South Ejleventh street hlladelphIa when time rodents sprang ipon thin bed and gnawed the young tees face anti body In a terrible man ler Time father Qttrn fed by the wingstors cries raq to the rdpin Vhltclmrst wrapping the little victim n n blanket carried the child to the tospitah where It dledI The Quick Lunch Fiends AndRtJ Ipsacu potooffccdow- nWilloyoucnnbatyourcye jten later on there comes tb him questionHe ho Coniractp IndlKPstlon Milwaukee ScnUneL AKr r Around 1 r ngorI rc lrlj Hotel isMidvortls for sole with fixtures What are fixtures lerk Two dtulw one bIoken down Vlenrin anti steaezi summer grrls tLonl IPostatch C Rev = Version its Boarder Yhntst tbnt old adage out g poultry anner QechnrUont connt y6re itckemiitlll aPtor yew have pizend l oie vJft IVetrot Trlhu ie a I I A Ls1 FOR Headache wiir3LthesteP1 ofCdiiJStnegularity 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