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ykfirstand fourth Sunday Sunday it 130 nra l trrRa1Orders J I MASONIC ZtDGi JrSpringfleid lodg- eJo50aee18 first and third Mduday tiekmoatk WaskimffteaJt A Chapter No 57 iIIMt iwerYHconci Tuesdav f rie1tCunci1i AuS2- try meetson t IortkModay XthT cTIKCA s Meet 1 H i i i r eachino f K dol Pot IIndigestionI JhirctUraatee eoicll of 9100 bottle ofT atwMtIkJIM not kene 1 t w will refund 7OIf MOMT Tor tWa iirate ot and an die mH to she 4eler at = It it toite t mrirty yoa M4Ur4 etJe ToNr ay beI- L bt Trt g Le St DigcStoWhatMTiit n tt 4 r CO c1so L rw v y i R1tE NI3WS=LI3ADI3Rf 1l ill Leti Stop It r jS TheSltunkeness in Harrods tig ir the ijast few weeks has Q methng of an alarming nature when it iis considered that th are is i ot a drop of liquor legally sld here Cant there e sajn rigid step taken to- rvertt rfil bringing into a place 7hiskyi by the gallons and mEnd baaching themselves as they sre now doing Chatta ngajtenH has an ordinance that is La go t one and the City JPuther s of Harrodsburg uiight o W6llto a optit TJZ That hen i mamis seen under ftie influen 2e of intoxicants at once fiehis would perhaps have a ost tolling effect If we ae C going to have a local option co town lets stop this debauchery Har odsburg Herald vv Rank FooDste s bl Wen attacked by a coughh t cold of when your anlotherhiNewfilEldridhave u serf New Discovery seyen ears and I know it is tha best remedy on earth for coughs and colds and all throat and bllungbjec to croup but New Dis versj quickly cures every atack Known the world over the King of throatiand lung remedies Sold under guarantee rlatfistorebottle tfree d DiminisKed The whiskey traffic in Leba b non seems to have diminished considerablyi within the past arB The that j Iehavehisk rdnto Lebanon haaused- l of lleast a temporary suspen psionmore difficult toget tireithe trial of one of the negroes that yas arrested between herew and St Marys last week result w din ithet ca led today aud a specialn panmil for the jury has been sutnnoned froin the nntya ote iinterest has been manifest in this matter thn any others ial bat has been in court here for y ars and many fear that itcwill iresult in stopping the traffic Fa conaj Hows Ttisnw We oflcr one lhundred do1Jarreward at y case of Oatarrh that cannot tl bu ed by Halls Catarrh urerFi L Cheney Co Toledo 0 We the undersigned have known J Cueney for the last 16 years and belie e him perfectly honorable ic alj usiJl ess traesactions and finenclally able ocarry cut aey obligacion made y 1 is firm Waldintr Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Drngglsts To ledo Ohio Ha PI Oatarr Cure is taken intern fly acting clirectIV upon the blood and 3UCUOH8 urfaces of the system Test mona als sent free Free 76c per bottle Sold by all rtz gists j-j T cc Halls Fanilp PiUs for Consit atin 1i D Killer Abroad r Several nishts ago some one caught the little pet dog 1beloiuIe ingtojCol Ben Lee riardin and ripped both its sides open witn a per knife The little animall was greatly toyed by the whole fami J ly especially by Col Hardins sm i ill grandaughter Carolyn and Haldon Grimes The dog was not dead when discovered and everylhimg is being done to save its JifeThe nigbt before Jack thecpcker pinielbtJ longing to Mrs John Curry was po soned and his remains found ki l front of tl1 Opera honse next mornieg rhis torturing and ki ling of inoffensiveanimals isI a iendish work that should be lo kid into Dr Cart oil Prices Sue pointed and Phi ip fhomp scns spanielalso got ac dose Hurrodsburg Herald AM iisiiif is Daicr One of the i orst features ofkidud ti f1I1tl is that ILls an insidipiisr dis eiweaHd ejore the victim realizes datigvrhe may haveafatal mal a y rTiliScJpley Kidney Cifre at ftr t slcn of trouble a as ILcor andpJcrentslit byIIie Drug ii F PRINOEJELDS LOSS I Is LebonsGain in the Matter of the American v Tobacco Cos Rehand t l ling House The folJ wlDg from a Lebanon j paper of last week tells of an i enterprise which has been supported in Springfield for several years past and from which thetownas well as the farmers has secured great 1nancialJ aTheO betferknown as the Tohpqtt Trust opened a rehah liog tobacco house in Lebanon Wed nesilay and have since been receiving the weed as fist as iit cane unloaded The plant is in- heold mill building of the Laintam Lumber Co and is in 1chargeuyer who has been m Springlll l for the same company for several years post Mr Jospht Wycyff is bookkeeper Mr James Ha arty is forsmdn olthe ouse and they employ abont twenty laborers most of whom o re experienced men frmt Springfield Theyohipd their first carload yesterday abd willt rehandie prize and ship tram to twenty hogsheads per ayoThis condition of affairs hasjll been brought bout by the fihtj made on the tobacco trust by efc fight made on the tobacco trusty tne tobacco assocIation ands others in this countyClt would p not be so bad said a well tnown cal business man the other dayI if the driving out of the county the buyers for the trust would ut an end t their buyitj of Washington county tobacco Bu K does not The men who have tobacco to sell simply load Itcnt aSons and haul it to Lebanon herehey get their moiey for The worst feature of it andS the pjrt that is hurting the busi t ess men of Spriijgfieldas that when the tobacco has been sold t Lebanon and tho seller gets his money he is very likely io- penl a good part of it whh the i Lebanon merchants before he omes back all of which hurts Springfields business interests It is to be hoped that things will work 01 satisfactory iutbistt tter and that an agreement shortly be reacted whereby the farmers may deliver theirE obaccc Springfield and will eceiv the money therefor in Springfield and will spend it in Springfield V l A Cure for rytt hI hive found a cure for the t misery malariaspoison produces says R M James of Lnuellon l SOfits called Electric Bitters and comes in 50 cenliI bottles It breaks up a case of chills or a bilious attack in almost no time and it puts yellow jaundice clean out of commisii sio1Thisgreat tonic meditcine and blood purifier gives relief in all stomach liver andiij ioftee at Hay don Robertsons drug storQ Suit Involves Phillips Estate A suit involving the estate of the late JG Phillips was filed in the circuit court yesterday afternoon in which the plnmtiffs areThosO Phillips Emma W Hundley ani E N Hundley and the defendants John B Phillips Byrd Phillips Lelia Phillips and Eusebia Phillips and the plamLl for months prior to the dathof- j G Pnjlbps he was a confirm ed invalid totally deaf and al most totally blind and by reason of this physical and mental don ditioii was incompetent to attend to hu business manage His es tate or make rational disposition of his property His condition it is alleged rendered him any easy prey to designing and evil dispOsed persons and that for years pnor to his death he sought to disposei of his estate t so as to deprived hjs wife Euse bia Phillips of her marital rights or to leave hi property in such shape that I er share bwouldPlaintiffs say that defendant l JohuB Phillips and other per sons associated with him know ijig of said Phillips purpose concerning his wife conspired together for the purpose of eniiis Couragin said Phiiljps in disll posing of his estate so as to deaprive deendant Eusebia Phillips s of her just share therein n thandof their proper share in their fathers estate Through theo influence of Jchn BiPhllips it is alleged J G Phillips was in duced to sign checks for large e sums of money on deposit in local banks payable to persons designated by defendants John B Phillips and his assrciates nd for this reason plaintiffs ask thnt said John B Phillips be reel quired to describe the checks giving the amount thereq and- oo whom blelThe banks are called upon to state what amounts have been paid upon checks signed by J G Phillips t o wnom and what disposition as been made of the checks lundon ing out money upon any checks hat may hereafter be presented signed by the said J G Phillipr Attorneys W 0 McChord of Springfield and Saumel Avritt r this city reprVsnt the plain tiffsLebanon Enterprise on If a cough once getsiuto your sys ein it acts an every muscle and fibre of the body and makes yon ache al qver It GBseciall effects the intestines and makes you constipated so in rder to got rid of a cold thoroughty and without delay you should not take anything that would tend tcol constipate Kennedys Laxative Cough Sprup acts upon the bowels anid thereby drives the cold out oftti- ystem it contains no opiatesit Is- eaBart totake gnd highly reconiP mended for children Sold by the d Cross Drug Store There Are Others PcSWithout ailing to admitrand o deeply deplore the recent and yet existent bad state of affairs and manifestation of the mob spirit in Kentucky resulting in ed the reckless destruction of prop erty and the sacrifice of human life yet she cannot be pointed out as the only State where suchD occurrences take paces Over in Indiana last Wednesdayoc cording to a dispatch to the daily I paper the following tookplace As the result of three hours ofR1 rioting in which a mob of a thousand held possession af Muncies business district twoh bystanders were shot one allegn ed strikebreaker was beaten up perhaps 50 received minot injuries from stones and bricks The rioting only ceased when every street car and inter laurbanj In the riot which grew out ofw he strike of street car conduc fiarscar was badly damaged window lights in jusmess houses were broken out and other damage of done Ky Advocate Kodol for dyspepsia and indigstiunt j is the result of scientific comblna ion of natural digcstants with peg table acid and contains the same jnicea found in a healthy stomach Its t the best remedy kuown today for dyspepsa indigestion and all trouble arisidg from a disordered stomach Take Kodol today It Is ploisant prompt and thorough Sold by the t Red Cro ieiJj Ten Jurors Think Howardd Innocent of Georgetcwn K y H H Owens visited the jury in the Powers ca e after their dismiss al and received the following statement iu tffe form of an affidavit The undersignedaffiants state thatthey aiid each of them served as jurors on the trialof the Coucm wealth of Kentucky vs Caleb Powerstried at aspen al t tinof the Scott Circuit Cpui presided over by the Hon Jameses Morris special Judge that after hearing the testimony introduced by both parties in said trial the undersigned reach ed the conclusion and are flow of the opinion and belieff that James Bw Howard who has been tried fund convicted and is now under entence for alleged complicity and as one of thB principals in the crime of murder for the kill jug of Wiliiam Goebel is enfirei- ily innocent of said chagev au ad nothin whatever to do with the ooirinussiou of said crime Tbis is signed by all the jjurors except Renaker and Price It is very important e hd in fact it absolutelif necessary to health that C 2mptIvtirebelc1iuEstomach beadache irritabilityi aqd eryoness These 8r warnings that e stona has bqen mistreated it iis jb doing too much rtrorkandxis enmand ing help from YOUr Take sbmethlrig Tnemeals something like KodolFcr Dyspejsia and indigestion It w1lI nayle your stomach to do its work properly Told rry the Red Crossa Drug Store b Hearl Banks of Ceyl nqIn a report rron QlouilH thiv Unit d Sffltos consul says that oflbfworlds great llshcirlea IJOUP can coci pare Itber In pol lt of untiqulty Or hi the continuity tit their prosocutlon ith thi pearl fisheries of gjwhlebIwnrlbankscentury beTore Christ It is reeordvo bat Vfjpytr the first suthis tnlberln law the Fandvan IL king or Madnrn n girt of pearls tbt- diditlng a settl d fishery for pearls the const of thrdomlnlbff prior to the historic date Lack of Confidence A party returning home in hired Get brougham the driver of which Is evIatatPnterfn1llllhuto tbe box at the request or mater fnrallIas Glve me the reins Coachman Ave you hevcrdruy down this Vre ll afore Voter taking the relhsNoI have ly not Coachnin Then Ill walk Does soLon4on Punch this Hard to Dodge EngJIsbman on Atlantic Unerj Well d chap well soon be engaged with those blqrsted YankeiV custom Inspect ors AmbricanYcu bett And remem ber 0 the United States expects to pay his duty uck dlmth1It w Most SQ proud of being honest ak ashamed of being poorNew ago York P sstlpeCl41t i Rational PPire FaoedDrug Law ed leWe11Foloyscolds arid long troubles is not affectt egg by tlU National Pure Food andwDrug las it contains no opiates orns ther harmful drugs P nd we recommend ttjas a sate remedy for children nd adultst Sold by the 5Red Cross In thrugStorOhis the Is Arousing the Lion it 1wnnttoedn ntethnt sturdy ijmresponslvo gthe British 1rlutedHunt pictures like the bitter pill we ide iUI our chlidrqns Jam We have compulsory schooling or course but as Stuatiobe educated London Bystander Picturesque Newfoundland the Newfoundland has been styled a rough stoup wllbOp luttrlor noda doubless to the passeuget on somt At of ntle titter seeing Its bold headland jutting out Intothp ocean with Its had eather beaten cliffs standing gray nod cold the description may seem a tlUlng one But to those who know Italwell who have seen the fir clad val leys Us elerfr lakes and streams andof hillsides tinged with the red nod gold autumn It Isarougb stone with a tlJ very fair luterlorLopdonStrond9D out A Piece of Homely Truth Do you expect pe3ple to believe nil that you toll them That Is not the Idea answered the sagacious campaigner The way to win the hearts of the people Is to tell them what they already belleveHWashlugjton Star r Anxioijs Sick Man who Is a collector of coinsFtfd also very rlcbImade out my will todny t1gliiaid and left you my col his tlgu of coins Which one unclethe one in the ed taankob TitBits a alAwoman IndianapQlis Star ed up Weak Lungs Bronchitis J GForhave endorsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral for coughs coldsrl weak lungs broichitls consumption You can trust a medicine the best doctors ap prove Then trust this the next time you have a hard cough The btkI2tOf tUeal1 1loicI foroT8r sixty yessh aII vareura t1iersbIj Itkformul b Ayers Pills keep thebowefsreguliiib All vegetable and gently laxatf J Refused to Buy d1ered1 the Trist refnsfe tq purchase three loads of tobacco from heatbam Brothers who reside near Spnngneld These gen emen bad pooled their tobacco with the American Society of Equity in Washington countyr ut when thp house was opened here they concluded to sell hree lloads of this tobacco was brought heae yesterday morning but its Removal was leported to the Society and before it hard tved here the officials had nouitedi Mr Moss that the to- accoad been pooled and re- uested him not to buy it Upon their arrival those in charge of the wagons ere told of thecir cumstancesiandthey were com- pelted vto return home with their oods The actioc of the SOC- ieJynd company h scaused much comment and the final re It will be watched with mijcb ten Falcon When the Stomach Heart or Kidney nerves get weak then these organs always fail Dont drug the stomach orstimulate the heaat or kidneys That is simply a makeshift prescription knowh to druggists ery where as Dr Shoops Restor ive The restorative J s prepared expressly tor thee weak inside ner Stt EthemRestorativea tablets or liquid and see how quick relief will come Freesample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine wisYour heaith is surely worth Simple test Sod by the Red Cross Drug Store A BREAKFAST TRAGEDYl Sad Tale of a Man a Maid arid a e ThreeyearoldEgg Wftile Robert Bauer of Chester Pails removing the shell from an egg that he had for brealifast few days he noticed the following Inscrlp On written with an Indelible lead l 8heelhigBauer wrote as directed and recelv t a handsome souvenir postcard sign Paulina Respern and this was the gend ou the card Mr BnoerII had bout given up ever bearing from that on which J wrote my name It was sent away over three years ago hen my father had a farm and eI to pack eggs for shipment C4Mranother e gThe Idea of a man eat lagey fellow who sold them to us gave word that they were Just In from country and were strictly freshO his indignant commentm thFROZEorribIe Experience of a Spire Climber In Clevelandtid Arthur 1ODounelieeplejack directed the men who wereII IItryingfrom his docking rope peat 100 fet iIn air As firemen succeeded in reIS leasing the rope which had caught on cornice of the Church of Our Lady Lourdes at Hamm avenue and East Fortyfourth street Cleveland 0 and left him suspended ODonnell col lapsed from exposure to the biting cold His hands and face were froten nd he was all but overcome ODonnell had been gilding the spire tile church When ho started to deoscend the rope became entangled in oelied for help A policeman routed firemen The firemen chopped a bole hi the t steeples side loosened the rope and lowered ODonncII to the earth ATTACKED BY CROWS I unter Barely Escapes Alive From Birds Assault attacked pbyreeport and barely escaped with life Nlles fired Into the flock ndwounc1r several whereupon the others at cked him The man started to run but wes knocked down and pecked bout the face and eyes and beaten most Insensible by the birds wings With the greatest difilculty he crawl to a nearby barn with the birds fighting him all the way and it was bf not until he was inside that they gave the attack He Is now In a critical condition j c Duroc Boars For Sale I have a few Sept farrowed Duroc Jersey boars forsalef ood ones buy now while they l aje young they are cheaper and u aise them for your Spring er vice Gilts are sold v J E Shelby RF1D Ir Jqone1266 1101 Too mui iO1ft cMostconstipated Orle Laxa O va Fruit Syrup cares chromfc to4I Btipalion by sti nlat1J1faHlItr owels d and restores the atsal ac4I ii T f the howelll Orlno Laxttlve Truit Sy nip does aot maiweaHt pc trJjp a4- mild and pleasant Ao take Sold I use y the substitute Tied Grose DMjf Store aII jj 1r ftit tft d JIQALEB POWERS Through the Inability of a jury to agree upon h iiliM ii nocence t f cmimlicily in tle murder of William GoIbeI jOaliM i owers will pc he 6th day of July nezbbe coaapelUJ ibi i4iMfc fifth trial fpr his IJfe t I f J k For ah ottigltlrng sears this oaanjtiM ben iM riMia tif one jail Ot another r t In th e lust trial ten of the twelve aenon the jury r tid JME acquittal two hoding out conviction Foremaa J T FrW if Grant county aged sixtyflveVanti W Kenik r oi r county aged s xtytwo the twbolde aen 6a the jury were tiss wuctho A refused to accede to theen Powers states thai he intends Jfo Iftit the case r totkt tiiHtit airfL l 1 Lif Taken Up On my farm at the Beech bridge on the WiUisburg pike a blapk sow and six pigs which the owner can have by paying costs MRS MAGGIE BABNETT Tc Pare FoolLaf Secretary Wilson says One of the objects of the law is to inform lbs- onsumer of the presence of certain harmful drugs in medicines The w requires that the amount of choloiotorm opium morphine and other habit forming drags be stated the label of each bottle Tea- nufacturers of Chamberliaa Coc b Remedy have alvays claikied that lr remedy div os contain any of these drnffs and the truth of this claim is now fully proves aa BO men on of them is made OH the label his remedy is net only one of the safest but the best in use for Acouga8 nd colds Its value hu bee proven beyond qnestlorf during the aaaay ear it has ben In genaral use For ale by Hayden Robert T Tramp Danville seems to be infested with a gang of tramps Several householders have complained f annoyance by these Knif hta f the Road Last Wana1- I ight one or more broke into the glass root of Dean Thock morton in the old College Home building and proceeded to make themselves comfortable for the Ireland r passed the night Terj coinforta bly Nothing was raiselaf ae the law books were rather aeafy for them no 40110 Danville Advocate DfttTake The RHK When yoU ha e a bat cachOt old dr notJlet It drag aioe r uMiXit comes ckrcbio bre chltte ec derel opes into an attack fPtbat give it the atteatien It dfcenre mi get rid of it Take Chtmh1isa- oigh Teat e3y and yaN sore of prampt relief from a iLl b fki lag the sale nMd nee of itkk jfrtftt atloJltt exte 4e4 to allyarti of the Unite State and many fqcin trlu Us many remarkable Cots ocosga and col4 have we Ctits wide refmtatlo and ext Miv seIFor ale iy flaydo lit Jtefcert oL For 31- a Ma 3aotfe Broei 7 ra i both sx persbred- heap lorsaa e alep toWS pure bred Itoft jtbokes10MrCL CJeiB rta R f d no ij Sprio elt E- jIoeLabST 1l 2 jrtD- d11OIIL PILES ft i A OFFICERS AND i iIljrJ PdAptIia jffaI vt soda Whell Jeffers Doyle w IJ w 9f warM ordered jrtl his ssas team to ride horscMck 1Ce eman tlMK Jeferne yll ifraEte Woo the tare m4 ITaylorg daughter by ktei eMhelu the Mttfe M m Iff hil Intrepidity at the soo k When secretary of wr 1M aIe tonly a few ocers ta tbs Mrrm capable boraemea aMsue4 t soesething llk this l IA liberal reward wtitMrofficer or private In the 7 offer a sattafactwy deTkf fprjbsgour soldiers from fa1taf ftv tasaddles Cosumenicotboss t tiIi tary of war will be Mganiii m 0 ifleatlal Captain Georft Hontt DNftpJM Ctheedlngarmyeeday sad forte erer the Pb s JPkoeQix HI received a d beretary Divte order wbStH barber of San DOLaMSBedlately forwarded UI awt Jeate and accurate in ting ef Mi for kseplDg oflken sad aaddieTotiteupints aaotber boll ring WM ttaelMd t ttCoddle The two ball rIp mum b tlasted together wben the ed his steed ItdllatInothing will wro e Pkomix 1 attordered that Captain Petty eevrt BMrtialed for oAclBl kWtty Tbe aecretary tilt tfr tfce my p I eea dJfIgrRd and waeO DIItr WMlMMdlobl 11flittle pleasantry of Joea Pss f teMitofthswthsa4popoiar la tw army JOB wW Is a laufhtagirtof The people dI vI eWe you Mt of ottre J t Darfa toot I1IiItyta IMw reILtt iI Eiibs1ti 1Inrr thlli as a M ta t S rAM wytmm ef iijt kaeciau H 1ia ili ausaadbeWaISIIWSPf4As JJi 1nil1riMVY7 ad him iw 4l fw t kind of a eraLiTlMfa a ia cktBf JetaLei mj frfemi Ml nit riii b h Mute faa of w tIee u 1r w I illS r fc 1M ej- mW A f We 01 a xe S1SSI4Wht fir my man MfrimMii to a r IA m think r starSbde who rbuly id t low In tb r flu wta tW c IC a ptea BIw w a pg ors lIt tor- I is hal bssWi oocasially i ib 114 and some tII0sa I4M 11M oft with eMIt atabithw twltbot easySif 10 ytmrVUtmj at0 out of cudr Tate D Witt Kd aey sad Bladder BilU ihM ptomfttj rriieve tocltaelM weak beck lnstI of Ow bkiMcE ui weak kidneys SpM by the Red OTOM Drug StoreS Kodol For Ingsdoe iRelieves er tchpiutionot the heart Digests wbaiaS F T I r A THE NEWSLEADER l1 rs- aI lJlUuD Y 11r1eI t leY I f 7 L L JVI3ON Jti I e ita iIb tbs ad plItIlaat4- j a j J1 M lew ra lI1t as- If l iii II tfP- it JI t isIrimIe made 0 d MM hJlIf c 1 HI j I rlj M JlIIlhii t I tY 1r TETyIaoA Y JA- 1 M8 Har4E ChasI Mrs Mario SwMQej and 1 Mgfcttr B ipMione day w k with iIi Iogsdon auM y Mr W fi LoOnu the EMit nf G If tnwick and Ur oo4 t night Mr a4 Mrs Will GbyU and tatr fi Po4syil11tpent one J withNeIIie Logs kvtsl froM her attended tieo1rpper nby Ms Mrs Wf G Adams Tuesday night j r 1lrL G If Cocanoug her is JMUeraitbi writing and will- ofeteablt to beoat among h c fmds again a MkMHaljtt Iiopio has re- TUinMd Hone star a pleasant Visiti to pera ntNrl Fannie- Ooyk alrtatk1Jlra Philip gave t the yog folks s graphapbone If IMtrij Saturday night It was mill afeMHted and all report ant ssoyabl tiLe Mr Bd nYoung of Kansas CM1MiItI01Iri was visiting triim thk community last ly Cl WMmU H As thfe w ijMfirlt of the year t a4 Y rjbody is moving toTe rWboM Mr Bob Grvrm Mored lato the C W Ohos at Fen wi k while TfeMMrAsh Mored in the One faoa44byvMrGraTe and M- rFtaUiplni Wt t Perkins moved ito MM faoM vacated by Mr Thou Ash and Mr Offit moved Mto tiMrfccfeM vacated by Eioajer Yktli As tfcfc il1D11irsbJetter I wilLt iiag o aod cull again next week- r ThEEOSIg cIt III V1IcISTi aOtber of young chUdre Mft ae to fear these diseases if they keep Gtambcrlftins Cough I rod at baud Mr M Davenport S PawIiValley 1md Tet writes I S fere w4 ChaMberlain Cuugb Xcweiiy la J family for several i ytira Ihave found it especially ef 1ettLy t iojr croup and whoopings fCMfk Jor Jby Haydon f and R ertlell AHtloch L w SS AgwbaiQrs been absent foG otiitS w wUl try and pre aet soow of the moat importan r 1iIS wiing all i happy New L Thar KrMf1 Tient sold a horsed 1oMr Jebn PnUiam of near e L FairirkiWi or f70 also sold J I ff Andtrsen a young hoi s for 1ooiS1 rJ jlf Trant of Willisburg YilitMj1w brother J W Trent PiiIiy J ntttt Misted Dessie and i 3K ocaj Gulls visited their graadpartnts Mr and Mrs A J IlOeJ Christmas day MrClfillie Barnett of Kirk w od and MiM Addie Moore of aMrpy lIe were quietly mar- nee ai tlae home of the b ide on Die 29tit Rev Grundy Dennis cJacwtei and the most bountiful Aiiia r was served the next day fcVilMt grooMV parents There wiicf Iffy gHllh present and t1y 1pH an enjoyable day 1 May tbe brtgfctaet of flowers bt Air iIi be wib of the writer ittrV 9lie Poster and Mis JiikstM jtrus eloped Christmas 1y11aia drove to Faiiyi6 wb s ifccy were married by z yJIfJilakbeU Ji JolvMOB of Tathaiit l will jBOvehw place of u 16 AaticcB next week- l wMi gbdly w le 1 ra d JI 4a ti l v taf uiIdb sX1izabith Virginia tndl f bssmi o Aaiioch altendrj i t re wedding f Nr tt and two 1Ii of eek- ih l r I1b i4ays ltsts4 1in this yicWw L i tln Hsad 1141jil l r Rem GID 11601 PIIIDLSMItCbII idnic C 1 U f U H Icf f0 I ITrae1ingIT I Is assured for both horse and Driver if you will invest in a Horse Blanket and Lap Robe and provide your bViggy with a II Storm Shjeld II AND PATENT HEATER 11Ikeepthe best made 11- iI JOHN LILY BARBER E- i4eddi with thtnr brotoerH JEL Gi lis and family Thursday Messrs Ber nice Graham and Frank Brown of Sharp viJIe spsut a few hours Christmas day with rinds near Fairview tfr and Mrs Harvey Barnett 1 little sons Chester and fbi lis spent from Saturday unti esday with the latters uarents vj and Mrs CO Burnett Mrs Sahie Barns1 is quite ill with pleurisy of the side at this Siting Tiing1efoot2 lame MW Cnrea tame shoulder Iis usuaIIyjcausi by rheumatism of the niusclesiand quick yields to a few applications of rmbeolains Pain Balm Mrs F McF1weeof BoistownHew Bruns wok wr tes Having been tsoubled or some time with a pain in my left shoulder I decided to give hamb3r ale sPan Balm a trial with theref isnlt that I got prompt reliei For srie by Haydon Robertson 5Vi1Iisbur H l t7Carl P ikins and wife have re turned frotp Illinois Sleet Pinkston ught a hose ind lotfrom Walter Thompspa Mrs James Parrot sthe tiest of Mrs Jerome Wohherj ad tainily last week y Mrs Wr M Sbewmaker pnd son Stanley spent Friday jwd Saturday night with Mr John hewmak r Hal ie Ray Shewmaker is yery ill Mrs Harvey Sims iis on tlic- icklist 1 Mrs Moland Derrs tbe baby 4s on sick list t 4 SIMIAN SPIRllV host Which Depopulated a Town Was a Monkey Jjhe ghost which has entirely de populated Highland Ky tins been found It Is a small monkey that es aped from the Cincinnati zoo pVe months ago For four months resl ceni Ul4hlandtery ONE BY ONE THE BrSIDENTS WEBB SOAKED AWAY they attributed to the spirits of the dead It was the ringing of the bell In the cemetery tower every night al Iways after midnight but watchers irer found any trace of the ghost In tile tower The door always waa lok cd and there wits no rope daiigUijg from the bell Oneby one the residents were scared iway until the entile own was tip populated The monkey Jiad cumbcd up the aid of the tower by giovJns th9entioahereJ l Jtlt a IS o niiueanl1vet swetIsomew1uflrrIed beyIdU r JiJodsdlLer8w 4555 JI let Immediate rdicf Trom WoasM QteD2 IP15- oEsUNDR WATEH French Submarines Crew Proves ti Its Fortitude BOAT SUNK INA COLLISION Courage and Coolness of Ctml1 and r Bring Litto Souffleur to the Surface Again With Every Man on Board Still Alive A remarkable exhibition of courage and coolness was given at the time of the recent collision between 1he French submarines Bonlte and Soufileur b Lieutenant lloblllot the coniinauder of the Souffleur The story of the affair as5 told by one of the officers serving on Lieutenaut Roblllots boat follows Several vessels of the first flotilla of submarines were ordered to attack warships returning to port froin the maneuvers The submarines ass m bled four miles from Cape Brun which lies six miles east of Toulon leach vessel was appointed a definite sphere of action beyond the bounds of which It was ordered not to go The Soulfleur at a depth of twentyfivl1 Tim BONITE BCIUPEn ALONG filE OF TIlE BOOFPLEOB feet lurkod in the passage of the coming battleship Jaureguibdny with torpedo tubes readyfor action I Without a moments warning a great black shape blotted the water lii front of the Souflleur It was the tto nite traveling at a rapid rate straight toward the Souflleur Lieutenant Hob lIot realizing the danger in n flash shouted nu order to sink farther down hoping to allow the Bonite to pass overhead But It was too late The Bonite crashed with terrific force into the Souflleur whlqh- wa3 struck on the port side and hal the plunging rudder broken so thtt It was Impossible to stop the descent Next tile Boulte scraped along the tol of the Sotiflleur destroying the periscope and cqnnlug toyer The In nor hatches were fortunately closed or the Souflieur would have sunk like a stone In forty fathoms We were all hurled against the sides of the Souf Ueur by the shock and sonic of us were injured fTlje batteries of our accumulators were upset and the sulphuric acid hissed upon the metals and poisonous fumes arose Several men were overcome by the gases but wo who re malned conscious had np tl ne to think of hdlpius them Lieutenant Roblllot stood firm at his post JWhile we choked and fought against asphyxiation another terrible danger threatened us The Bonito lay direct ly above us If we triM to rise to the surface we must collide with her again So we waited In the very shad ow of death The acid still hissed on the metals the deadly fumes rose higher and nil the time our slow de scent into the depths continued Sonic mhiutes passed hi despairing silence Those qien still capable of action stood pole but resolute at their tOts Ar last Lleutenan HobIlIot crIed ret go till weights Instantly our descent wits stopped and we rose rapidly to the surface Gaspln jieflung open the hatches and let ilru rush ror free air but thu danger uot over yet TJie Bonfte coming to our help collided with Ut again striking the 5ouffleur In tile stem md damaging her stem litorc We remained afloat though the Spuf fleui was n derelict Scarce a word ras spoken as we were towed back to ortfI t saJI9rBrecoreroltheir tbeYWle willing to go down In then u11leur again when she has been ro airethS NEW STRAWBEFfKZS 3omo Promising Sorts In Their First Year of Fruiting In writing ot the most promising newer varieties of strawberries tested at the Ohio experiment station in 1007 P H Bnllou says in part The newer Varieties fruiting forUm first time thisseason did not impress the writer as having among their number many which will ever become standard of their kind A few very satisfactory but not superior oroff sufficient degree fo displace which by real and persistent have won statements of commenda tion from careful and conservative spe 1Asthe station for the first time In 1007 gjtheirgjgjD to large In size short conical blunt at apex occasionally oblate some sped mcns slightly furrowed bright fresh crimson In colori flesh pink or light ted sufficiently firm to carry well and of fair quality This variety has a beautiful strong hedllbj plant that Is very prolific A peeuHar characteristic which was ap parent this season was the tenacity with which tile calyx or snuck clung to the stem Unless the stem was broken the berry would almost always part from the calyx The pick ers reported it hard to pick which however was no objection when the proper wayof gathering the berries by nipping the stems was observed This Is a Canadian berry and made a favorable Impression this season Another new berry Is the Virginia or which it Is said Virginia makes plenty of strong healthy plants with rich dark green foliage This let the earlIest Imperfect blossom variety the writer over testI ed It astonishingly prolfQc At the first two pickings the ground was al most covered with the unusually round bright attractive ferries Made heavy pickings of salable berries dropped to a size tQd small for A very promising first early sort ttollElma Is described fiB being a dium tp large berry and of good Oa Plants are clean healthy growers and moderately productive of very attractive berries This Is the j latest berry In out entire collection and may prove to havp some valon i where It succeeds well SSTAND OF COBN One Reason For Failure In Obtaining aBumper Yield wbnnlhefarmer can see exactly how he jnisscd growing a bumper crop of cpnj The principal reason Is because there was only about half a stand of stalksj In the field Every tilll and stalk thdt was missing is so many ears missing I have seen a fa nor make a greftfc fuss because a husJw missed an ear In one of his rows but he hail n thing to say about the twenty to fifty ears missing from the saie row through his own mismanage tfaiJure to secure a full stand A poor stand of corn is orIten the result of pure shiftlessness tOIreplantseed Beside a single plant The only IIatII j saslaOne farmer I know has not failed In years to secure a full stand of corn He plants eight to ten gcUns in each hill anti thins to four planW when they ire abOutfour Inches high He growsl only about fifteen acres a year but he Invariably secures a maximum yfcld Ho told 10UDtIf l more than 150 to 200 hills entirely missing and he tins 200 threeInch flowerpots with bill growing in each a dhe fills the vacant siwccs with them lIe says this plan makes him five to eight bushels of corn and he thinks that pays It appears vgry evident that planting too much and thinning Is vastly better and morel profitable than planting too little and replanting The Soy Bean The complaint is sometimes made thit the soy beau tides not enrich the soil tto the same extent as doB the culture of toe cowpea Judging from tile chemical1 composition of the two crops It seems possible that when bothIcrops are reuioved from the soil the soy bean currIes away a greater man tity of fertility because the grain Is so much richer An nitrogen than the grain of the cowpea If however both crops am used for green manur ing their cliemicaNcomppaltion cannot produce a wide difference In soil Im provement The higherj nitrogen content of the soy bean seed is offset by heavier yields of green material in 2fle of the cowpea Indiana Bxpori went Station Sneeze Causes a Runaway Harrison Drury formerly ofVTccum sob Neb but now living near Xcujaha City met with a serious Injury He was rklhigon a hayrack with a couple of other men when one of them cd scaring the team and causing it to jump forward As DruryF ptoppod bnckward to keep from railing lip trip J ped on a chitin auif tell ou a pitchfork TIn tine of the fork pcnetrftted his backl It depend upon the pills you take DeWitts little Early Risers are the est plUs k nown for constipation nd tucki hcadnc he Sold by t he r ed j if Store A QfSPtRATE fiGHTER Courage and Dartog of Colonel James Bowie IMS DEATH W THE ALAMO Dramatic End of This Brave Generous and Determined SpiritThe Way- the Feprless Fighter Once Protected a Preacher In Texas r One line ummermornbngin 1S33 the year thnt Santa AnuS seized the presidency of the ae republic of Met ico a small party op horsemen crossed the Sabine river about sisty miles from its mouth and jntered Texas terJJJ ritory Most of them were clad buckskin and armed with rifle pisto and knife a rough determined look Ing crowd with two notable escep tlons one clem shaven dfirk skinned with a brigl restless eye that scab ued the woods constantly as if in search Of ar fenetriyi and the oilier n siim It mild ulnimercd man whose general appearance betokened the preach er These two were riding jn front talking earnestly of the coiivehtlon which had just been held at San Fe lipc de Austin and of the liossjbility Jlmt Texas might one day btcome nil Independent state Suddenly dome out in the party behind them started fsong itlva memorable chorus n other states reject us This fs the one that always takes us Froth that jingling rhyme some de rive the name Texas1 Certafu it tIs that this groat new laud took In and sheltered many a fugitive who Jeft his country for his countrys good That jjrlhce of pirates Lafitte had sail edaway from Galvestou ten sears be fore land his thousand freebooters were fcattered fo the Court winds but crowd of adventurers Worn all parts th world were pouring in with of the better class to swell the of Texas immigration lotThe little baud jogged on and Quails be the uinulcipdlity of San Augus then mere col lection of rude log with one or two adobe structures built by Spanish uilssiouarles Here the preachei ported a notice that the Rev Henry Stephenson of the Metho dist denomination would hold n meet lug in the eveuiug At theliour named the house was crowded to overflowing with rough desperate men all armed aud ready for any fun or tray that might arise on such a novel occasion The minister gavc out a hymn and it was sung with spirit Then catue the text but not another word would nil crowd hear They hooted and yelled shot off their pistols crowed and bray ed In derision The tumult Aas deafening Thl juiel little proacher stood his ground brijvelv thoiimth ilu bis heart wishing lie were yell out of It With tliffiqUlt his Ira velilig om11 nuion forced his yny to thc frout still carrying his rifle and a huge knife in his wltTbc wild cheer tat Urokf trout the crowd sounded in the ears or the preacher now thoroughly alarmed liki tlllIl bouls of a ffcli of wolves or the yells of Indians SriDgry for cnlps hut In slead of jHi p1fb upon him this strange titan wiih restless ovos flashing and l lung blabbr linlr streamiiii over his shoulders jumped oil ji lnnch and l ilirowitig life hat to till ground shout IIlll a stciitorluii voice Mou thisll uian has come to piWtch to you You hlnnlNllItl man who dhturb him shall light MyI name Is Jim Bowie l The effect was lunglcal1 With weI respectful attention the rough listened to the sermon juhied heartily In the closing hjiun und not u fev orsons clime up to shake1 hands Itli the little man and npblojIzifor the a rough reception they laid gIven him A mouth later at the first cuuip uiyetiug ever held in Texas some of them IH Vauij members of the chtirch antI IU 1SJS the conuirstouc of the first Trott estant house of worship in the republic was laid in San Augustine The mil n nhone timely aid proved soCeffective was Colonel lames Bowie nndntup tail fe In hii licit was the nOtl1E bowie knife hfnftl JilnT by his brother Herln P Bowie It was jnadej ora large file strong of admirable temper and gave its nmnp to n family of terrible weaiMjus not yet extinct Crockett niet Ruwie for the first that in the Altimo nuil he writes in hitsy SColonllhis famous knife Mull wish may be shot If tthe hare Vlfilit of It wasnt enough to give a iiizin tf n sqncjinilsll stomach the colic He fnWI was ad miring it inul iqld IK Colonel yon aught tkklet fellow ribs sv long time with hits ybef ore youd make hliii iHygh1 Brave generous dit tmrn1IiJHlen terpriFlne Isiiiicii Ijuwle mixht aidveu I ture forMts Iisrils Midl l was uatu llJtOfdosperute men were never brought together Hum rraJ rockett and tvienas tlwy took thlr Mnt stniul within i lite walls of tho Ate mo Sick and help less In ted ou flail lust terrible ilaylI Jim Bowie died fighting As n rau rom forwartl to kill him lu roufliN1l iliiiself Jiv n 90jreme effort cavRH lite ifrnHntit Uy the hair pUriinvd tliefHtal t kuife Into his b irr ttt fH Mcli dad i When the tory utkki lffKtli vijjifiM to bis mother Ui LoahiRHi 5lie siodLmu tse Jim never cied trouud lu uk tsickand with quiet turnedragain to her household duties ExtLane Tlr W avers Syrup and Corateitaeceisf ul treatment for blood and skin dlaea esf AAAAAIYVVVVVVVVVVVVi O o Nursing baby weo iCa 0 Its a heavy strain on mother O soII01IVfSomeJorm of nourishment lliatAvill IO be easily taken tip by mothers system 00 is neededS 0 0r 4 I 00 yScott Emttfoidn containsi the 0tat greatest possible amount of nourish 4 2nent in easily digested form tMother and baby are wonderfully 0 helped by its use 0 sALL MOOOOj I 40 1 J i A1JMIMSThATOWSSALAs Jri 1 Tuesday Jertttf21st onj 11- AT 1 X 1 OCLOCK PtM U I trc I t f mikbelow ets0n4Iflproperty consisting in part of the following items 1One blackwork mare 3 heifer calves one sow and 5 pigs one ISsow and 6 pip m J J and 8 irdIesnewberJ tmower one almost newjsc barrow quite a lot of other good farming implements and all other items pertaining to the Mtefo 2Also atsame time and place to settle a partnership between AHaltd J B Robert tson will sell two good rwork and broodmares ando e nice weanling colt Mrs Eff i t Robertson wilialso seUon coni tfrmmarejI 4ithapjiovedsecurity + t tfWith I interest from pate V vIn HAYONAdmr r t J I tr + 5S i s Sale I FQR TAXES By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and the County of Wash ington for theyearts indicated I or one of my deputies MpNDAY wllhmI Ioffer sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky the property de scribed below or so much thereof as will satisfy the tax and costs SPRINQFIELD PRECINCT NO 9 Catherine NaHy 20 acres pf land listed at 560 tax and cost 3378 r a Nan 47 acres of land listed at 1OOtax arM cost 9375 Dan Matting KEbLYnoPNol1 20 acres land listed j at SlO lax and cost 449 j S A Smith 27 acres of landt listed at S300 tax and cost SG30 Luther R White 25 acres of land listed at 100 tax and cost 287 1Christinaj 1 listed at 15P tax and costsS2G9 Sam Coleman one acre of land tGeorget listed at5p tax and cost 3lD Bettie Masons heirs one acre ofI land listed atSlOO tax and cost 204 landlliiteKELLYSHOP NO 11 COLORED 1t t George Lifsey 60 acres lapd listed t 300 tax and costs 8865 JS Osbourne S W C ITi jThisl j drugistsyour oney if Foleys Honey and Tar all to cure your cough or cold It f tops the cough heals the lung and prevents serious results from a cold Cures lla grippe coughs au prevent pneumonia and consumption Con tain no opiates The genuine is in a ellow package Refuse substitutes old by the Red Ctoss Drug Store C LYDIA DARRACH J Loxloy House Philadelphia Where Sho Played Eavesdropper One of thb favorite stories connected iIwith tho levolutloir Is the tale of Iydia Durpichs patriotism which story like others or similar ltuortbas ditscreditedby the discrluUnatUig 01111coulbejliiiIin jKjpulnr with all who know itlThe hiMHie vlht tv the fa mows euves dix pjIng on till rt of1the Quakeress Itt plpce nit m well known Those who Jiavt btUiJor rwttl the stiiryof Mrs Dnrrnch l ardly ued to Is1Idffittlock was the thorwughfare which runs S1 i a southwestern illrectiou from Dock nJ tlrcet to Second tt etThv ground w iiwii which the JoxlI houte tood w vy Mcqulrwl by Beiijumiu Loxley nInIJI to ciitpontur who owned n tlally n whole square in this iraeh fruurGtiugr Clymer In April 1750 antI nnd tiie queer little house was erected lil1H mediately It was a spoculmloju forhitthere Is nofhitur to show that this own er ever lived there Jf The hone grtjtied its rime n Its rthtu of dote which cuuuocUs Mrs Dnrrnch one with the place TfiP1 great prnirher WbltelicKI Is snid to have addressed at the multitudes from the UsLlrony onPI either his sixth or svwiith visit to this lug cpmifry naj orlJibe Revolution Did long since been 1J ver and moNt or tin patriots In thrlrD graves before the tale of Mrs Dnrfl rarhs bold adveniure nhlch Is hoJIov od hIedarmy from capture bj the Crltiijh l o ai- crtme known In the Ont number of Nc the ffntvoittuiejif the AmerboinQtinrfliteriy iflcpr Issued the ttale was told for the first time Thorp credited to VOardpris AuoeAllprps of the Anierlcimi ntiv The dntfcor tr thc story 1o tltOAi jIran Quarterly Review hioWecrijst bnvr liiirt ncposfttn MnJn oltQ raqnutcript for the publl story W s notIliv1 iii lii lforfc ruin the 811 ni i cMl ri rc t tr rsirj of the vttr 8P lhdsipi1u leillrer- I Jn HU IiT 1 CALL ON f I ti BiaiIke i ft 1HINSVRAJCEMANi If you have f Insurance to fee a ifryou have any real estate to sell 4call on v B E1 LaketI+ I THER iS ESTATE MA i I A lisJ of desirable Washington county farms fQr safe uNp troub1e to jt showpropeIty toprospecUvebuyers rt Address i B D4AKE- S SPRINGFIELD KY Ir 1vo SSSSSS rr- J oAT TOE BEGINNING OF THE Ii fOI New Year 7 j I Ibe tQcaJl attention tf thehouse fl i keepers of Sprinigfieid the fact thai Ir1 9 keep on hand a first class supplypf tfresh meats and respectfully ask la Jfjg share of your patrortage J The ChoicesMeatsOpll 1 it Beef roast and steak pork sausage Iambandoysters Prompt attentioni jt6 orders V v Della Carpenter- f z 1 STORIES OF iENF1YsOi- howing Some ofthe Odd Ways oF4he Famous Poet I In iho memoIrs of the lato wrjlfara AIIIII ltAm tiio EugJIsb pocn appear nis eIstsUng rniinfscinrs it Ten yson AlHmhnmg first sight or him as titt Tiickenhim where Tennyson ns then Mvinff lie Says Sooujrfiw n tnll brond shouldered swarthy nn slightly stooping with lloose tliak- air and iWiird lIe wore pocat5rt was obviously very nearsIghted ollow checks and the dark jNlio toa skIn gar him nifunhealtby nppihr o1IsrfRJImanner lie wns then about JQrtr but iOOHkfliUcir oWur In isse iUHtigitam vialigdTonoy 1ti lie intttrg higuio laiFi1f1Wit1 Wl rcbwntek We of VSTgblv ariiltHOft they were talking on tIlt docrti ti fEt3bnpptt at nil hnjp3vcry ttuiappr4 Th ason us TMnysou aflen HrU vipli t i for his hkirteUIar unhispiilinss yid- s mucruUiity ivgnrdlni tic idi-d t1tthity QCtnt 1Vn Uhf1r3 uuzits un pkofutrl1J1iiiiif bs cilt tt TNIUi1lOUi1iiur- eil YoU make istii utidtr iif eyes be said 5t iptiqtliei Itittll urhtthits tltzitasl- inghniu ti t1iT ttafl4eIh jof Ihoo1It mm of his IM yma Icu r t gruwled 4raont lfiy uae You say ft out of rlyjjlr Ahllnghiin IdiscribcsTcsysons fpii4 f hess tor strange nqtlcs suIb ylenip Ina round and fqtind like pfjteofi sed Jl 1l Is the only jiee Over saw WhtJ do tbp InOstii4dkrous tia wil houf any loss of digid4yS Feet of the Aiieii4 Srs4c A walk through th Bfmsb UDtSf aial5ii close eaUlhlut Ihi tIt S ixjriniiiIes at nncleutastthtrp Jtr tthey an all bad about W Wrt 11 DitkTlirower a ceebr M fMcla n liuh l1frtlrularly bad eIv415i1 o III flpleftt bunioii Joints Alf trMtitfyiV I7arii Apollo u4i M a ni 4t Si- nt uiost art schools reivri f Btbe for- tfr avprtgo Greek fflcBf iind Wit u must have lietir iiunoih Hi t tossleai countryththti5IiuiItsr J 1 1T iiitYi f rtc urSparkst 4b i8 rsiOM 1JltQ be urCflt1IIlIIIIdhhIT s Hr trWpnlJJQlp1I 1hl yt asy n T1zi bad the sIsst tchanged ror lIfi hIrc8li asIJsi- u1ui1arClsiagotribimI J 4Clever tYs T ani going pisri- 5irlion j Jlyhty lie Is old esw ftfntberr J Ir rtJe ts t bs- iloesnt FiCn r 6 cr4 ilitlMi LbuivIfle CoriiislJ jjif 4S 4U4 NlIt5lmptilsltit PeOPle btIieyes WffWusTbnt7riflt if ibsy- bvent of tlk1U they get teu- 1ater1xcbsue f t vF r t l d T J DB Jl1tBURTONJ t qIa4DEN1V 6EF4TIST TEETiEflRhCTE- DaJTHOUT RAIN v 1 I ItIklI l k ti 5 WRING11ED KYh- 11 bentILl Work Strictly 2 clIss j LFstL tll C JltiDO pyjfl awl Surgell o vt Office hours 8ig a triv f 1t 2 pmi 4 aces over Hay sPkgWrl ljd IIH Lamptonif t orrkt in Ora House lgi o p cbfflPfteie4KcsIdnc No38 WGRIQSBY J a ATTcRNEYAT LAWr Oce over Peoples Banltr iS ePrnNG11J D KYJ- J1 B ROBARDS M W Ei- RBARDS HYATT ogrtjsiciaiis f and SnrgeoB- SOftceoyerCvW 1f Hdgah s gro cery opposite Presbyterian iis church a Dr W W Ray PYSICIANANDURGEONbS E Office oVer HaVdon r Robert tons Drug Store v Phones 0ffice 115 1f Residence 17 Ib n JOHN Y r MAYS be JUIERAL IHtCTUR lJD liCENsED EMBALMER wA49N1GhT aIleRaIrodfollowing istbe time scheduleS pqpji jn effect on the Bdrdstown IktidSprinktield branch railroad- iNb 41 Laayes Lpnisyille at 430 pin Bardstown Junctiot u 22 pm BardstoWii 606 F pmisarrives at Springfaeld 705 p i No 421ves Springfield at 620 H m Bardstown 607 amtlBtrds o9f Junction 650 smvarrives at LouisYHle 74PamjNo 43tiLeaves Louisville at 820 am Bardstown Junction 19Oau1 flardfown 1100 am wrrivesviat Springrfield t 1280 pmB i To44 Leaves Springfield a 100 pm Bardstown 220 pm a Burdstown Junotion 485 pm R arrives at Louisville 545 pmu No 90 Sundays only Lea ved I It Sprinj4iield at715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville a85 am ytq 9AJ SdaysonLyIeavee Louisville at 6 pm BardstowlJS Junct ion 645 pmardtwo1U7O pzn 825iSm tKI- LLTHgCOUCH o ii ANt CUES THE LUNCS 1 jITHDr Kingsa Rej DkvvIIFOR CCU6HS OLSS Trial IIPiUCEII AtL THROftTANC lUtlG TROUBLES atrABUTBED ATISFAdOS s o xoN13BErUNUED I l Hindoo first Stcps In English A native m iid bcn nugl t at tvirtn- U scaliiiff L1ctof tbe proailsj 4irt tbe rfompoanS rlu 3 litoeiwrjHuirti- dfress dDU c pjpleti nit of Ifur IOJIt clothes TlMJ npbad otf tlieqweTlvu een lug COU08rCd hJll1tSftih Ilt IJc4fj1tlllbnt11tJitlloYld lilsUtupi t mon ti liKfi tlnjrliiumclf jvitO a v tImi etesuit of tlQlbes hfldLdIRg n rtstudl and Huls o rClI11 cl1irtUWiIa tJit bljuk iO IPItJr1lr f vpotBfa xyjatcb ai cbnlu Imwrtkgr- tault r i venla ppgUetlkHire wltfi n sljsvr bat nud1 Ptlcjc Ho ovct yppfe tla 1eiigtb ot wrItIi hh nr1r f l1e t hat On bPlitRrttu it tt t1rr1nvJ nt ed to leam Kiigfh lulJ1nsio1t pr4i m iBgryfiep tbougbt it t 10 4J1 hlut self In pnblbs ctjWlics umlItfnllhut Advorate I Tb DcuIt HandiKake It hi it aifflcilltutaitrrr tlf off vlM Afldsr TortW JI tritnt iito kU w1b r riu ei5ImtJJs Jt c r geitle flomircai r tIqi1 g ote yow ver If one di to do Itt tbcn iw- we1i re w rQlIjm quickly tot jue ac Uoit b swIftthitt brief LonOon Globe 1 rfiio R oorse 4 Ltb1131 hnr nfillefJn tlJ Itr q flIl n lltb betarI- t 11Otfl3are1ftlori J r ttH poUt Jf l Whfft ttneiliQl1 cuftiirxc- steteIIustoii Jl Iot 4 iltANi4kt lItaIU1iLeveri t1jisyp jjeitelied a Jhjg1ier Ihk1eynceJ I began using 11cu crhiripger of WE tttPraftlrtiw M jjphFjbpv kp ep rev toimic1 Ihttald tiowel workig 1st xightP If these pi is i J1p Ont you on triair r1o rwvl be refundecIatHp uon i lob r sons t ugtored J5 rfWN T iI J ttwl i local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and latest I AH About Yourself Friends 11an Acquaintances FOR SADE3 Ivorksliire boars giftuuauro guts OWaker i C lor o ij Jft 9e S xo- oierwrence s r Shaberippy tol 3 GraveaJ thRdIiBLioyd lJaki Iea1 rices for Fri fejdII t boPA1hNi trOwner cap have swine by 81 ting j oert r iand paring M OS1S1 lW simrn sJ 06 k Doufotgett e spoial n1o was clrqt S derscFrl a 1K rtprday Moftey saved moty znade I Bo iOn Christmas day tp has Mr and iMrs B F Neikirk a aOlI W F1isi his name arid WitS weighs eleven pounds goTbweabburwhat Brings oa caiarrh Get HjbitoQi outfit for 100 from 1i he Red Gross Dtufj Store and j catarrh will not bother iouatMoofy back if Hytmei failsTtb no ure the v orst of catarrhwcEiLOST WATCH Oo the Perry viilloofridgefaca gbldl watoJi Finder willt re1at ad by leaving sane CtE the NesvJead4ornce Mrsr G w TUO ERH1 Master Iiudley Sagsdalfe the also oung OI1otIrs Ragsdhle of this lace and a nephew of Hon D d heIt OlaYbtOOkiwasappoint of and y served as pjage in the last ssion ol the legislature llar Mr S IE Tho pson has rerit d the jSpringfi Id pbtel and will take Qhre as manager b u ry ist Mr Tnompspn well known by the traveling ten having proprietor of e W atonj beet the r liostelries heIlenas nfpoIular with he public Do riot dose jtjtbe stomach to- atarrh e and thrbat reathe intbeioio medicated ir to lie spot fr- ndkihs rhgrms SoldS r guaraite by Red cross piDrugStore RevA JP IryoQ Presiding Eldarof the Elijzabethtown Dis fcrict will hold tjie second quart ry meeting fj r the year for j prnigfie1dOhare at the Metho church Monday nigjiifc Jaiw13 and aflminlstdr the sacrament f the Lor Js suppe Everybodyfi uvittdclEdelenHayes a g George JMelen flfloUn fe tlije mireiage of their daushteivMiss Annie Edelen to 1of1 leu isIharrnig young omanII and has bostof friends jhi the county and tpwn She has ben booIlpr for John L Barber abbutf two years and has filUd thefplace lID a banner thHt has won the high Esteem of all who pgerJ Mr Hays 1S9 son of Mr Heojon Hays of Kelson oUbYfaI1cljt young nctJ it4rtand good busi IpieI wbtr Mr resiPf Sayes is now 1unployBd 7I f Report of GfadillfFotourh chool montjv be ginningi December 2j 1007 ndI lag 0aotnrber 2 1907 Aver averagpNl I tetnte a bend nce 7 verasre baieri on eftroUmeflt 8S 35- avarMge t sfanTding of class rtHulJ mg 6C1i speUing 65ariibhmettc f85 gpain far t5 gcogcphy 8S IJiW ii8 penmanship 80- arithuiigjmen1f 85 deport J1tJ fi tlijhesli average Ol1t Mary Noe 98 Class Rtta Batw 97 35 1elcherfjillpIe Remedy For iafirjDpe t3lirrtpIH coughs ar6 dangerous Ithep Jtrequ ntlB develop hrto pact rn 9 JJkFQ1eyts Jitmey and Tar not paptjtpp i1ie cough but heals and t strdugfehajs the lungs so that no 5eriI ou9 fesulta need be feared The euuinieFo11tys Honey anti Tar con tains noizE tnfuI drugs ands n a jellow pa4kajrer Defuse substitutes Sold by the iRed Cooss Drug Store J pnU3 get Immediate ireifef fr mI DrShQops Magic GiatmenU TOPICS0 t jDeathofj f1Mrf1 r 1 1thetovlespitedomkhCrc on Tuesday evening t 7ioclock Pneumonia was e immediate cause of her attr although she hnd bean in ebie heaitu sinre 1901 at which tI mehesuffereda strdkeof ap opexi and frotn which she had t folly recovered Mrs bad rs nmiden namjk was acaban and h was bpcri near One Springs in Btillitfc county years ago in May ni She married to Mr i Joseph A Shad t on May ln U iOGat Bardsiown and shortly after wards or in 1871 moved to Springfield where Mi Shader been in business almost con tlnuously since Mrs Sliader ia big htarted generous woman who delighledin doing od for others She was a devoted wife and mother and ind neighbor who always bada nd vordl for all She reared a large family to useful manhood d Vymanhood and there was one but vrho badp kindly ord of respecit jprlieij memory h fohs ahaughtrssnr ive Sfoftows John 0 Shader this 4 placfi Mrs George Greene of Louisville Mrs S Eii CJmi1ttsanp Misses Margaret ddie and Gertrude Shader JoiieJSpalding and Mr R arry ShaderMrd Shader has two broihers whol vein the West They ane nselm Macahan of Oklahoma ard Tyler Macahan of i9t1thnarq Mrs Shader had bne son Eddie to die in 1880 I The deceased was advcr t Iidt l Dominic this morning t Eat anything you lifefeahd when you lifte it but fAke a to1strengthent prevent 5O9abox nothing if it fails The Red GrosrU Store r ct i fECNAL1- i ida McClurn has ietnrned I 1ornpentj the holidays wlbhi her laruts k v 1HarryI Mrs W F Grigsby M bab ayerOurned from Chaplin and Bloomfielri after a weksvi ft ith friendsi Mr Pat Whalen ot Spring eldIIL a former Washington boy is visitin relatives here llbsS SOl ar Sf 00 boxies Oriole OtVsfor2c 1 box for 3c 12 boxes whcat 25e 1 bx R 1 lipix seerd i1tsc worth 20e for ISp box besh rec1Bftaelcur or The 1 box best figs 45Q 1 box t5entdaes lor iOc L ift Miss Emily Russell after sev = I eral eeks visit with her par ent lrv atd virs Ed M Rus sell returned to Louisvilla Monday r l ItMr Arthur Mudcl and bate of Port Scott Kan is yisiting 1l relatives here Mr Qthd Ratcji tt visitedat Wilmqre the past weeki- 1MrsRJQF Dana has gone l friends at Riley and Aliceton v JMrs M A Thacker ofij pkibviehas been here on a Visii to her father M rs J D BaJfcer site returned Sunday Mrs Kate Canter of Louis yile returned home yester day after a visit of several days to the family of1itson Mr John Canter i Dr George Mi Shaunty cf Louisvill was in town the first of the week Mrs Minnie Robertson of Louisville spelrtawealwittf the fami yjyfher fatherf Mr J D Barker Mr WH Turner of Mack yiie has moved with his family to Indiapapolis to live R 0 Canary was in Lebanon on Tuesday 1isAEtlen Gregory spent SUnd t night wjth Miss Mae Bell Gibbs Diiey returned to school at Beaumr nt college Har rodsbur Monday Messrs Will Robertson and llike Sinimt were in Bloomfield last Sunday Mr Prei Clark is Mere this week on business Mr W Pritchard has gone to MHrtiosville Ind to take treatment for rheumatism Mr andMrs George Greene of Louisville are heieto attend thq funeral of IrgJ A Shader Mr John Polin who bas been attending lawschool in Louis viltois at home ill with typhoid rf ver Mrs Whelan after a short visFtto her parents Mr and Mrs iBqri Simms returned 1to y her home at Bardstown Mon Eeo Simms lleft yesterday for F114M1lerSOflVille N Q where ha win ta y iindefinitelyfor the benefit of his health i Mr and MrsGeorgaL Vha- Itdnwere in Danville part of this week 1MG 0 Wharton was m Louisville Tuesday on business Dr Winifr a Bl3 the returneJ I to CleXeland Ohio last Satur dfty fefter speudinp the vacation with his aunt Mrs R A McB J roy1 Mijs A RShultz is in L ba non at the bedside of ber cousin Mrs J Bell Murray whose death is at any time Miss BarbaraKuhnof4 Mom phis Tenh visited her aunts Mrs Ben Simms and Miss Fannie Wail the past week s e J n Cj lrFFjd y and Saturday iI I Speciols 1 At McElroy Sliat- FOR ers L1 Prices nameid below are QASH ONLY t Havingradopted the cash we now wish to demonstrate the fact that it is to jroifr adv in age as I wellas ours REMEMBER WE QUA AN i EE our Goods to give satisfaction or money refunded a 1II Gran 2 Grntpuuts thtibrenkfafcbjedlSc best i t ersDr4b 2 I for ofBardstowu J Pius Mr expected system 1 jIj Corn 10 1jtna jIIPea Ltraol 10 vjoJ null Id 1005 R K Hean 2 for 5- cSnytersP B4npil 3 for 5 Pclws2snd3Ot ekm 25cnd 3Qc Puinpkix iff or2ffor 25c 3 lbs 20c aoffee lot 5f cI IIThII advantage of the prices and save money Come in and see us and we will do our best to make you IIa satisfied customer Yours Trulyit 9 MCELROY SHADER L = kC1 is Mr and Mrs Walt r Thomp j son have moyed to Indianapolis where they expect to make their home Is Mrs Margaret Peters spent a rrIf few days with Mrs Theresa Oloyd ai MackyHle the past week Mrs Charle Noa is very ill with pneumonia out is reported resting more comfortably to dav Mass Ellen Wathen spent Mon day in Lebanon witb friends t 1WLebanon spent Sunday Wittt and Mrs J S Ola ybrdoke 1 IIMr Isabel Medley an1i Nellie Simms returned to Nazaj reth to school Tuesday MrrHerman IJ Hayes of Louis ville was a visitor here lastdt SuqdaYJl Master S ith Noe celebrated his eleventh birthday Monday evening wjth a candy pulling at which twelve of his boy friends helped to make merry and have a sweet time Mrs C DGaes1 of Loiiis yule is visiting her brother MrIBL Davi dDiMrs Alexander L Jenkins U returned to Cincinnati cvlonday after spen line the holidays with JDuncanJ Mrs Kate Williams has returned borne from Fredericks town where she spent the holi dayswith liar m ther Thespcietv young men of townrgave a dance at the OperaS House last Thursday night Mrr iEd Young of Kansas City Mo wfio left this place about five years ago is hprb on a visit to relatives l Miss Isa Colvin has returned from a visit to Nels m county Miss Lucy Hiatt of Kansas City is bre on a visit to relati yes She is daughter of MiCAllen B Hyatt aformer resident I of this county D Miss Mabel Tucker entertain ed a few friends at flinch last Friday evening t Miss Stella Simms was hostess to a number of friends last Fri day eveningat her home near town Miss Willie Knctt entertained a few married couplesat euchre ii last Friday evening The pnjze a pretty pasta picture was won by Mr J Irvine Wimsatt Miss Bertha Miller of Npw i Hope is a guest of her sister Mrs W F Trusty Mrs Everett Buster returned to Burgin after two weeks visit with her parents Mr and Mrs I Y Mayes A surprise party was given Miss Francis Martin last Wed nesday evening by the young men of the town Abcut sixty guests were present and the New Year was pleasantly cole orated with merrymaking and song j Lebanon Caught i 1Il 1 The following special from Lebanon appeared in a Loiiis ville paper r At a meeting of the citizens of Lebanon and Marion county held at the City Ran this even ing to Consider the situatidn with referenceto night riders a large number of citizens volun teeied theii services and w re sworn aa Deputy Sheriffs to pa trOl the town and county roads at night until further noticed While no immediate danger is apprehended from a mob the people Lebanon do not intend to be caught napping anda1 though those who have volun teered their services are in sympathy with the tobacco raisers they do not intend to submit to the unlawful acts of the mob 1t Great excitement prevailed lire last night when it cas r6 po ted that a mob of bight riders froui Washington county t was on their way to this city The American Tobacco Company recently my vedi its branch house from Springfield to Lebanon tt arid iitis said that the members f if the American Society of Equity have warned the house here not to buy apy more tobacco rom that county Mnyofthe citizens of this place havebeen exp ctiDg a mol from Washington county any 1I night since the remoyal of the tobacco house here but last night they received a tip that me was headed this way at midnight M yor Thomas and County Judge Burton gave out tII news to which about forty citizens responded with double brr led sh tgnns and surrounded i the tobacco house Thy were determin dJand had iiI I = threatening mob alt mpted to1 destroy property they would re1 i iIseemswind ofl the resutance they would meet and postponed their proplertyinthecicysu plantt It seems to us thatour neigh bors are needlessly alarmed over the situation We dont believe hat there is now nor ever has been any danger of a mob from this placeattczsniLebanon4 QUARTERLY RRPORT do THE rt r Peoples DtpQMt Bank SPRJNGFIELD KY t the close of business on the 31st ay of December 1907 Ot7EcS Loans and Discounts i 22349582 Overdrafts secured 457227 Overdraffs unsecurtfd 000 1I1 Due from Trust Companies00027t17750anking House and Lot 500000 Other Real EstateK t 000 Mortgages u 1220000 S Bonds 000 Other Stock and Bonds 000 Specie 54457p Currency 109lo400 1030076 Exchange for Clearing 000 Other items carried as cash 000 Furniture and Fixtures 000 Fund to pay Taxes 000 Current Expenses lastquar ter j 000 5 Total L r 28SLS063 LiABILlSJES J Capital Stock paid iDnii cash 3 5000000 Undivided Fund profits ta 2300000i Due depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is41jthipaidl 1685061iIDeposits subject to check on which interest ispaulu Demand certificates ofvd c ich interest ITimi t I Sa which IinterestI o01al11si j Unpaid dividends L 00ITaxes due and unpaid Tv Capital Stock hot paid Total St580tt35 SUPPLEMENTARY i Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockhotder iScrsoq cpmpU1Y or I firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly Lf such in 4te ness exceeds 20 per cent of capitalstock actually paidi jiantt dctuUI amount of the surplus of the bank 00 How is indebtedness tated jn abotfe item 1 secured 00 Highest amount of indebtedness of an5fdirectpr or ollicer if amount ot suchrfBtl31nedttess exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 Howis same secured 0 f Does amount oI indebteilncs 9f any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or iirm the liability of the individual meat bers thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No tIf so state amount of such indebt edness f Amount of ast dividend 250000 Were all epenses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaringtirvidend and was not less than ten per centof netpthtits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yesi r STATE OF KENTUCKY Vss County of Washington I J 4 BoulwareCashier of Peoplea Deposit Barikj aBapklocatcd on Main street in the town of pringfied in said county being duly sworn Isays the foregoing report is in all respects a true statement of the condition of the said Batik at the close of business on the 31st tfaybf December 1907 to best of his knowledge and belief and further says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made in com pliance with an official notice received from the Seeretar of State designa tiug the 31st day of Denier 1907 as the day on which such report shall be made I J A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J ADouhart Cashier the 1st day of January WCllAS M McCHOKD votary Public Commission expires June 8lsUO G D ROBERTSON G L ID DON 1 H THURMAN Directors We Desire to Thank I Our friends for their very libsrall patrpnaga during the pasty ar and assure yon that dff the same is greatly apprc1at We expect to be better equipi ped than ever the coming yeUr Id serve our patronsand respectl t fully ask continuance Of that It 4fS patronage Respectfully i UNDy WcINTIRE9 b Ji Blithe stomach isron a striljel ruseftolv l1 teasllY i1 elltworlcV SOc a box Cures ari stomacb trouble or money re il funtfed The Red Oros pbu Story vjr t i When you want tbe best get De Witch Hazel SalyWitts pirboUzed IblQ 1 iiigoQ4or little or bff cutttIt bon or bcnUes nd U cspeciay recqm numtfed it r 1 ties Sold b the flel C ass Drunj Stor OI iEiii i Now Is Your Time tL i i 1- 4f TOGET J t i J BBARGAINSI S 1f i 4 ATTHEBIGTORESc t II We have lots ofH i9 Reilmailts Odds and Ends o + i Whi h accumulated during the rUh of buslnessandyou can buytbem at Very low prices Iv j There never Was a time when you could buy Ladies Cloaks and Suits ft t 1 It Aid lei and Boys Clothing i f f at such low prices as you cannowt this SIKn fr f I f ij Ace haetob many gopdsof all kindstWe mu st Reduce Stock i 1 v Our Loss is YourGain 4 3 1 It willwlIpayi you to call on us before makirigranypucchases allii I III Th6 Roberts u ClayDropkeCo Ft 5 Lm INCORPORATED I i Z k e= J rF uURNh1TUREI U Ei t 1rAl KBSbWt f i T wo ct i I No use jo go tot Lebanon feACampbell tean uptod te line is in afjI f oft r a few specials 7 t ir i l7E 1T Rockers inoa14 mahogany A4 twerp and weathered Ladies Toilet Tablet Music Cabinets in Mabofmny t rrisChaitsof all kind I ceom ine LethereV0 a I Chase Leather Hall Furniture Dining Room Furniture Side l Boards I Buffets MCW1 ets and chairs Chif fioners odd Dyeeiers Iron Beds from 250up Chairs from 275 Pet set up I I L i Anything pertaining to the Fur IIr 2Q4perfcheaperthariJ nt u II Mrs Lizit Campbell yw I FOR THE ClflLDRiEN Ah Aciiromatic LensAXfnny of tiifboys pad girls uo doubt bate riwd or heard of an aChrbijiatic itswlthtut Unawlns exactly what the tortri niCUStiis tue Cblcagp NeVL rneaip1 It tt tljftt transmits tight vithotttjrtfvfiljBg itiiito Its constituent 1corsJ vthe ii5 or te lwl15W color bay Ing a diiTorcat degree of rcf tangibility TVlfen a dlrwot ray Is tefracWd here ore it divides itselMijfo the colored ayn5wtihh decittto variously from tbte j Straight l1lH f the sluiiile ray and surrorttJi tho object viewed with a of thoc colors It was thought a toojf Utuc that tills detect could rlthUS be rerrfedled but bOUt 1750 a uian Ctl John IDoHund made an 1niprovI that acspnipllsfho the deslrdf- lwrsfipp ftc- drnct tq t114f f gHlsa lJQ iiheIe poweJ o d Cilhg Rbr nndbe made acWJIi lens of fllu glnssand tbacOinblM tlui of fie two gives ajy almost color t losrt lnase Ube Achromatic tens is trf 3 t itiup to astronomers nd alf o to Ub of tho mlcrpsC6p It fr p l3wI tr fMoc An keb iith- etl W dMaeMI tile wakf IJ tM I j omiet tbemaNCIt rrpq carry wik ttMart Ird s i 1rArtk iid a1ii fW er fr 1NJMlM kebsr w JIM hue fIl a ai aN iJ4t5tarmer Iu U lit w1teritMths el JatIW It The otNi eurTeati th bNf S rrqiIMR t SIdIbET aiw gdUSfl1 sIts n I- ametMd latt put t ka Ni tkattm ucoat ddd tNt tIIe th o1y ft nioTIte iNe o IIIat tllt mofItbato aaIw t1t eo1 alMNt keberE aov s rw1t it therefoe that xifttt feet above Ute sea tM eaflor bow that lii ioer end t about rn teetbelOw l Tr wr THE NEWSJE7DERTJA Single Recipe M Thia 111 I 4RMftL1LdTv71 t 6eIa 17 prteripion pe7 fnpt Extract Bfctffci one he c ad Isron- I 1I1rP tbrOeeGju and k t Moqpfttl oe after eh1 iiid atbidtmeonadeted by Mtbority who riei w york clai1t per Ike pteot priici4ptidnl ever to re1ie Backache t ak Ba d r 92 tJrisry diM ThIS lIIlxLure acts py on lib aiD ive t= oLtl Kney- str Eftobhnli i ad strain the VLai oib r waste natter fr f blppd which causes t peron who aiiffer withi ths fr ione aiY ao feel so io plaCe acacodece iIi li smpo Mixture yet osho hY triad It ythe J IrS 1Y surprisiflg tsi bain iffacML without aiigfrtsa t injury to ibe stomach or oihar fcrgftM Mix fiotaja and give it a trial 31 OMtaaaiy OQBftM bfoblY recom uaiaal IIiM the precriptiop el aH aanfeMtat abthoHty whose aartfarS repWioa it ik said was 1LlbTit A aVmggkfc bare at home when I akdt uul tht be could either Mppty tbt iofrtdkate or mix JM Jgjfenptioii for our readers s rM i it us barmles jr MANODEAN Tk liirfrht TKty dv a PtMfflful ef 8tMc rHo l tht Mriy part ef the nineteenth Mury jMirtMill WM tbe resort of MIjfi jsMpct Wk penoM especially fI wM eeRie up from the coun try ts L nicm jMylitii During one US1 it WB iBJtted by a band of a bwo Band it their occupation to JfMMt aM Mrfest the wont quiet do K1tWt pee iwpifclally nay whom they TheyfrBtM tt1ItMIowhom were iiW AITIIII7f5 Kfppel Craven kU a plot trldel then Tbtjr klred MewJoaa the famous gMrcad dreaeed hiui up as n diaL WJ1a a aboral hat and apron Jl aHur priat Ichter a short man s rfra a aaliSdfe aged lady d d as tile icaa wife and one y a4af Ifcty irafa acated at Vatfxball SB a Viiyil lcfiiaayvpaarttaai tewatcb the Jkewatfa Itjiras not iog before the W tii4 co trled pair attract tW apttaai tbe gang who as aited tlwai irittr every kind of coarse yaHhiry aW ia alt all of which they b1qyaesly Uit pta JGot the persecutors fiaalaa balier by impunity stepped iia U that deaa awt a airted an orang- ia4o aiaafa Oa tllStkoe dean rising aSM a aMek qufet lone Really t w =tllI8 I aara barae a great deal aatt 1 aaaat put a stop to this With lawt alax aat wept ODe way and his r caat aaatkcr sad followed by his t wVelteaprant Into the middle Af The pt4 alttlag out la all directions TOtei trtta aataaMhment and terror aaaae fad aid tried to show a a bit the aaadliac they got from the prigr agMerf was too severe for t iMpt to tit Jeag a AM tfK tlaw Lard Alraoley and his W Warirtlto rar0 fa the boxes were tt at V dfllfht Go It Mr DiMtf ee Mrs Dean An r vaa etaaTatopTiraa tbas put to the an ucrLUa4ete t ft 1 l me ratJlllMiltGerIDH trials Indicate that aafNJrator reoMvaa from Iot milk Jonly the dirt and slime th vt i the strainer but tIN jrpa pr aocti a of the bacteria As IN jsally care4 for and handled A a aa4 way iBic dirt aad dandruff s owfa dr tkat fet jato the Sk IIicajnot ways lw caught In y laHiair bat If pMiit through It to r i7wMta1ft allme which remains aaMrator bowl The German faaia MfteaMthat mwt of tbf bacteria ItI ib I yak ef a aM ft Aftar afll 4W tai jot aa extravagant jMrtaa te pay for a yaod ram if the buy r baa half iltUiied ewes from ps haw bWOld pake the gfeat ai peaatW atap a efa e ey A gopl JHI i atoaiy a ttoe wade the for aaa eT anylr aai his flock In tw thfa aeaapaa and the breeder priaa fat aaatlair to tbe head of thn 1MYIMI1ad explol n a ghaep Breed H II I by Dr q iI 1IMtWIl to ralbJ ratiOns srWb aaw a little Nto eitI mid teekiag hi awetlte to aa CoQowa Eqelr part pow 4eiM daafeoal bakUg odagl cer t aa4 e aaBoe silt wlA enlf I rtot 1ii t powitorad jtatlaa aaL He elaiaia that it tile grata ea oD wtta thta wWitiwi will I aaawar th pwpoaa fIt aome ofP tbe l Wga prte 4aaadlcl aJ ataek fo ta i FetFt iOne t Mtyi frfo4 fee layaag Ma A wv ti lUilWllii te tI tha wa ter tbat aaaatay iaaalaUh Jaiare been ioftod to aatfea ar tfta oate al Iow Piaparlaa For the Cuff Loot to the eowa about tehttheir tMUarado nat became aMk1feroriab sad tf mg9 o give them faa mediate attaaata1j0r a valuable cow mar W lest cr laanllite relief from PIcr IILJ Magic Ointmen1 The Cause of Many I athsI1IMiIIkV most daturerousbecauseso decen lIdi by thenrt diS east pnennionia heaijt failure ot apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble is allowed to ad vaiice tliekidneypoisoii ed blood will at CIt me vital organs caujizig cntarni ot the bladder or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result froafa derangement of the kidneys and a cure is obtained quickest by a proper treatment of tlje kidneys Ifyou ore feel lag badly you can make no mistake by taking Dr Kilmers SwainpRoot the greatkidney liver aitct bl elder remedy It corrects inability to lipld urine and scalding pain in and overcomes passingsfit ityof being compelled to go the day and to get up many times during the night TIle mild and tlie extraordinary effect of SwamjjRoot iis oou realized wonderfullCaresSwampRoot is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis covery and a book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kil mer Binghamton NY When writing mention reading this generous offer in this paper Dont make any nanieSwanipRoot eyeryboUle HINTS FOR FARMERS About Sheep Dont keep your sheep house as close and warm as a dairy barn says Farm Journal A sheep barn should open to the south and the sheep should be gIven pleatianbrIKeep the pens dry and well littered Feed with perfect regularity If not ted regularly sheep fret and lose In conditionIf fodder is let in the racks clean it out before putting in a fresh supply Give all stubs and hay from the sheep racks to the colts Keep salt in a box In each pen Sheep eat lots of salt Be sure that you are not wintering a lot of ticks Ticks will make sheep poorKeep the pens level Fill up hollow and uneven places No other animals should ever be al lowed In the sheep yards The sheep cannot defend themselves and are liable to be injured in many ways Water should always be within reach and be fresh and pure Give the sheep a variety of food- Roots are a necessity in the ration Never Drench Cattle Drenching cattle is a dangerous practice If a cows head be raised as high as possible and her mouth kept open by the drenching boftle or horna poi tion of the liquid is very apt to pass down the windpipe into the lungs sometimes causing Instant death by smothering at other tInes causing death to follow in a few days from congestion or inflammation of the lungs Give all cattle their medicine hypo- dermically or In teed If they refuse feed give it dry on the tongue The proper method of giving a cow medicine Is to stand on the right side of the cow placing the left arm around the nose and at the same time open Ing her mouth and with a spoon in the right hand place the medicine which should be in a powdered form buck on tbe tongue SUe can then swallow with saftDr David Roberts In Wisconsin state Veterinarian Scratches and Grease Heel The best nosslble remedy for scratches grease heel or mud fever Is prevention and prevention pays a big Interest on the investment It it does Involve some trouble and time If the horses cannot be groomed all over do nott neglect the feet ankles and fetlocks If they are kept clean the horse rni get along very well If its body is not curried thoroughly every day But it ought to be when in winter quarters and is ever the better for It To pre vent the foot dlseasesnnmed a Hes and a promise at cleaning time will ot do Thorough cleaning must be the rule If exemption from disease is desired v Change of Diet Good For Horses When horses are not thrifty jt maybe attributed to sameness of diet A jjlnt of linseed meal three times a week will loosen the hide und the animal will soon show the directs ot such 01 addition to its food If the bowels are moved too freely by the linseed mel reduce the supply Linseed meal Is harmless anti no danger will result from Its use but it should not be fed too freely to mores with foals Car rots should also be given In connec tion wlib lInseed meal And last but nat least dont forget a constant and thorough use of the currycomb and brushFarm Progress Blemishes From Codling Moth Apples in Tyhlch codling moth larvae have been killed elope to the surface are but slightly blemIshed and keep in told storage almost as wen as do spec linens absolutely without blemish John W Lloyd r Wood In Farm Implements aietal bus to some extent taken tbe place of wood in farm implements but surprisingly large quantities of hard xbod are still used Recent re ports from 167 manufacturers show the ua of 212013000 feet of lumber Annually by far the larger part of which is hard wood Since In 1903 there were 642 jpptiac4 lug estnbllsh ments ijtfll TJnited Stales the quan tltys4Sd must really be Very great flltfrd wood will undoubtedly be used In this Industry as long as it Is available SCarofWhere vegetables are stored In pltaj tare should le taken to havethe cote- rliOf partb or Utter sufficiently deep Wk5 the Qoldest wcdtbci cprnes r TsL fc treatmk ts acltjln iiiW Request By Drl ir JUdl BSgji ge tests are wNg to the i JWithont a peenqri coet4be jfr iifiiSift pi the scientific pi liji ii Hon known to the- druggists tTerjnth re as Dr Shoppg Catarrh Remedy Sold by the Re 4ross Drug Store DID DUCK DECOY Philadephan Goes Hunting With a Phonograph BAGS BOAT LOADED F BIRDS rngerTlvus Nimrcd Makes Wounded Bird Speak Into Machine Then Turns Megaphone to the Sky and Hordes of Honkers Answer Jt has been left for a Philadelphia tenderfoot to teach former President Grover leveIand and the world in general that the best way to bunt wild ducks and geese is with a pbonograpfL Ace Gopdnlll champion bird shooter of the Indian river Delaware breakwater country and sometime guide to Mr Cleveland came into Georgetown to re loud his shells with powder and sho lie gve an account of the latest achievement of Mr Edisons wonder fulI invention Couple o days aGosard Ace a j pink faced little whippersnapper elm versInto my shack up at th bed o th breakwater an unloads a brand new two dollar an a half fowlln piece a THE CAME IN SWARMS sliver dinner pall some ridin legglns an a queer lookln box with a horn thing strapped t its side Youre Goodnlll he says t me In his best ribbon counter soprano Im 4gernon Plnekney Bourke conpccted as floorwalker with th1 biggest depart meat stor in Phlladelphy Ive come dut here t shoot ducks he says an hereby engage your services It cannot be I answers This Is a wild country an in scdurin th hot toms an precipjous hills I often risk death possum my bazardjous perfes slon of guide Yet life Is still too precious fer me V trust it with you an your gun in th same boat But Algernon Insists post contuma cious an finally when he offers 15 a day with grub an sperlts t boot say my prayers an we starts tip th bayou I never seen ducks an geese so scarceful Algernon Plnckney dont even have one excuse all day t shoot me by mistake Second day its likewise till just dusk one lone homeless bJ ckwing staggers over th boat shed think that pore duck was llmpln along bout three ona half knots an hour jest able t keep steerageway ten feet er so top th water Algernon Plnckney lets fly hotS barrels straight fer my head I ducks in time brings jny ownv piece t bear an wings th hungry blackwing so he tails Into th water We rows up an Im fixln 1 put th lonesome critter outn his mis cry when Algernon Pinckney says Oh desist Whatferl1 says Cant you see its sufferln Slli show you says Algernon an hedcags his box with th horn tied on from under his sent an In a minute has a whole dumbed phonygraft rig ged out with th horn polntin at me an th wounded duck He sets th cylinder thing tnrnln ZCow Good nlll he says squeeze th duck so bell bark siiucezes nn the pore duck honks an th phonygraft takes in all th cries All right says Algernon pres eptly when Id squeezed th bird dumb an limp Th records full says Al gernon You can kill hltn now I puts th weqry bhickwiug out o trouble an Algernon FjiicUney re verses his machine Now me vISe guyde says bewell get some duck shootln An lie plnts his blAmed machine at tb morass off th portside sticks it hitb prow an starts It gain ntIIevery onct In awhile an youd thin flocks was holdin high jinks Yon oughter sten th live duties an gecso take Algernon Pluikneya jionygraft bait They come In mvunus thrt cloud ed th river There was a thousand birds In gunshot In no time I jgot ISV In threequarters of an hour Even Plnckney shot down twenty nn think he flied every other charge at me or Inter th bottom o th boat Well we shot till our ammunition give out an the cylinder got weak from overwork An olj auf way In y meets it Jpirrm locator who looter jis over an gets our story o th phour graft detfjy An I1 see by th papers that he drafted n Mil fer the assembly forbid afu1nv tuor phonygrafts hell sot t countryFWise inca say nothing In dangcroi ImesSelden FOLEY S INEYfTARN0 H The original LAXATIVE cough remedy tungtrollCooa for everybody Sold everywhere Tha ganulna rOLEYS HONEY and TAR is lYallowpacka e R fuaubstitutea lorilybyFoley RED CROSS DRUG STORE DIDNT ASL ENOUGH iThe Lawyer Should Have Probed Hii Witness a Little Deeper- A small but distinguished company of English lawyers Sat talking over ojd times Among them was Mr S who told the following story IW8S retained lie said by an ex soldier to sue for the recover of 35 which he lied lent to a friend The dttendnntplai4tiffl You lent him the money Mr J asked I did sir It was your own money 4It was sir 1Wben did you lend b +r mbenaIIn July Where did you get sir 1ezirnedit sir You earned It eh When did you earn itj v During the Boer war sir be said in a very humble tone You earned it during the Boer warPrny what was your occupation during the war Mr L inquired Fighting sir the man replied modestly Oh lIghtIng Mr J said some what taken down smiled triumphantly Mr J wak very angry Well we went to the jury and I of course had the last to say I sailed away to gloryJ spoke of the war of the lives which It cost us of the awful battles which helped to build up the glory of our nation of the self denial and bravery ot our men who left home anff wife and children and father and mother and everything that was dear to them and went forth to the fight I worked up the jury and got a verdict for the cull amount As we were quitting the courtroom Mr J said S your war speech gained you the Verdict If you hadnt discovered through my cross examination that the man had fought in the Boer war you would have been beaten My friend I replied if you bad only asked the man which side he fought on you might be going home with a Verdict My client served un dee the Boer flogU THE SHREWMOUSE Superstitions About a Harmless Little Animal The shrew or shrewmouse as It Is commonly called is found in nearly all paris of tbe world It is distinguished by an elongated pointed muzzled small eyes plantigrade six toed feet and glands that secrete a musky fluid Al together It closely resembles a mouse but itt Is really not related to the mouse family When at home It fe either under a pile of rubbish or Inn hole which it has burrowed in the earth It Is noc tqrnnl in its habits but perfectly harm less Yet at niio time it was much disliked and persi cutetl because It was thought to III n dangerous miscbieyous animal Among the Italians the notion was prevalpr hint tbb bite of asbrew was exfreni r poisonous The French and the English believed hEat if a shrew ran over an animals foot tbe animal felt great pain and eventually became paralyzed hence If a horse a cow or a goat became a little stiff in its limbs tbe foolish people at once de dared it shrew struck and the poor shrews had to suffer In consequence Ot course the shrew struck animal had to have something to cure itso an ash tree was selected and a deep hole was bored into its trunk Then a shrew was captured put alive Into the hole the hole was securely plugged and the Innocent little animal was left to die of starvation The Ignorant believed that after such an act the ash tree had power to cure shrew struck animals and whenever an animal became Inactive or a little numb In Its limbs its owner hurried to the shrew ash cut a switch from It and switched the shrew struck beast The smarting caused by the switching naturally made the helpless animal move about as much as It ppsslbly could and in a short time It was nrnnminpod SIred Racing In Australia Recognized Before the adjournment of the board of review of tile National Trotting as sociation a message waS sent to the Victorian Breeders and Owners Trot ting Horse Association of Australia ac cepting the suggestion that that asso elation be recognized In this couptry and that reciprocal relations be estab lished Majy horses are shipped from California lo Australia and ft Is to place a safeguard on those horses that the arrangement is made Candied Applet Put a cupful of brown sugar with a little water on to boll and when it threads dip sound lnrtnpplesI ip the candy and cover thickly Put a stick In the apple to hold by It Does The Business Mr E E Chamberlin of Clinton Maine says of Buck lens Arnica Salve does the business I bave used it for chapped hands and itcur Them Applied it to an old sore and it healed it without leaving a scar behind 25c at Haydon Robertson s drug store l OIUDIO manure When the manure Is exposed to the action of the elements and the ItfacVi Ings allowed to drain away it rapidly decreases in value Experiments con dueled to determine the facts have in dicated that horse manure thrown Into a loose pile and subjected to the action of the elements will ilose nearly onehalf of it2 vavaLo foriL iug con stituents in the course of six months tad that any kind of manure even In i compact mutes when so placed that watqr flIng upon it quickly runs hrough and ore sustainn conslderable ass tlcugh less than tHe former case ays n writer In American Cultivator horcfre after having made all the vood stable manure practicable pro act It In ome vnf from formeufatlon sad Reaching and supplemeut it with oommerciai fertilizers after It Isnp plied to the soil Humus In Orchard Soil partllesfilpacity The humus Is essential for the growth of tie baneflclal bacteria of the soil One of the most impor tant parts tlut a cover crop plays is Its ability to change chemically the compounds In the soil nnd put them In an Available form for the trees The cover rron JTfltli rs deesf5 find turns over 10 iLd trees the plant rood whir It has stoiwl s a I S Home Treatment J2O FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Washing Silk Waists To wash white or dainty cSlored silk waists only one should be wash ed at a time take a bowl of warm not hotwater and add sufficient soap Jelly to make a lather Lay In the i waist und If much soiled allow It toII soak for twenty minutes except In the case of a dainty color which may run Wash by squeezing not rubbing through the hands then remove and place In a second bowl of warm water and soap jelly turning ihe whist on J the wrong side Squeeze through tins bath but do not wring the garment Then rinse thoroughly In warinjwator to remove all traces of soap otherwise the white silk might turn yellow when Ironed Finally put through cold water and the silk will be an ivory color If a pure white tinge Is desired add a few drops of bluing to secure a cream sliade put a teacupful pf cold tea in the last rinsing waterISinpje Butter Tst There Is a simple test by which any housekeeper can be reasonably whether she has real butter certnlnI vated article or oleomargarine Put a sample of the doubtful butter about the size of a small chestnut into nn ordinary tablespooli Hold tthis over a flame gas kerosene or alcohol stir ring the butter with a splinter pf wood or a match as it melts Bring to as brisk a bolt as possible and after this has begun stir thorough ly two or three times at Intervals espe daIly Just before the boiling ceases Oleomargarine and renovated butter boll noisily with a good deal of splut terlng They produce no foam or very little Genuine butter usually boils with less noise and produces an abundance of foam It is the difference in regard to the foam Tvblch Is most marked Candied Cranberries 0 Here are directions for making cnn died cranberries to takethe IJlnceln1 cakes confections r decorations of the more expensive cherries Use for this purpose tbe large berries half as much sugar as berries and half as much water as sugar Put the berries in a deep agate pr porcelain dish pu the sugar on top Hke a crust and the water on top of that Cook very slow ly When they break into a boil covei Just a few inomentsrnot long or the skins will burst then uncover and cook until tender Take up carefully and spread on piled plates to dry Improved Kettle Very often a little Improvement here or there will add 50 per cent to the value of an article A little attach ment which a Pennsylvania Inventor LID HIJCOED TO KETTLE has added to cooking vessel Improves their usefulness considerably It il shown in the accompanying illustralS Hon attached to the lid of n stead of the lid lifting oil freely It is hinged to the top of the lkettle When tJrIIdlst permanently attaching the lid to the kettle there is no danger of the lid being mislaid as Is often the case Sewing Hinti The wrong hills is the cause of the twisting jo often experienced In rank ing folds or hemming bins ruffles Be fore ctttnp test the cloth by foldlug itt on th plas One bins will twist When pijllfd at the ends while the her sri ot Vkou itull spool of glazed cotton put ou the sewing machine the first icr line an unpleasant trick of spring g orE like l spiral wire Prevent this slightly inqlstetilug the spooj a Wor h RcmeniDering To rotnoff bioodshtlus from cloth nafmjti1 vlih IfdrOSone and aftor taniliuir tifi tie While wash In warm water r Windows u ay be k6pt free froni Ice and poI f bUlI y rubbing the glass with a aiibuge dipped ItualcohQi To remove Iron iusit jfroni linen apply muriatic acid rybblns until tIme stains disappear then rnse thoroughly Us FounteroctncdI j To Mend Underwear To mend knit underwear turn wrong side out and whip together closely all rents and worn places stretch carefully and add u patch of som old knit goods over tbe whole whipped portion Then darn down on right side wiLl darning cotton or woolen sari Thl insures a nire looking and serviceable darn ParsxysmselCouhlnyjeld Cure It allays the Inflatn roation stops thu cough and heals the lacerated sum face Piios Cure can be de pcndcdupontouivcniostbcn cGcial results in oil coughs colds bronchitis and affections Brits faithful use ticbeen- Ptrmaaeotly consumptive Cared You knJetroublereason why you shoukl nott be able to relIeve or cure your suffering as thousands of other women haWdone by proper use of the Cardul Home Treatment Begin by takingj WIne ofCarduithe wellknown female tonic For sale at all drugstores Toe Mocrhdof Archibald I T writes 011ouradvfcI1I IfIWRITE US A LETTER BLINDfOLDED MOOSE Gunless Indian Killed Three Big IAnimals In Canadaj CAUGHT ONE WITH BLANKET Second He Captured With His Coat Stunned Third With Paddle Then Drove All Three From Lake and Die patched Them on Shore l A Canadian hunter speaking through tin Philadelphia Press tells a remark able story of an Indian who found three moose swimming In a lake and killed them all single handed though he had no firearms He paddled as fast as he could alongside one of them and threw his blanket over the anl HE PADDLED UP TO TUB NEAREST MOOSE mals head Leaving this one to swim about he gave chase to another came Up to him threw his coat over its head and left him to swim about too He then gave chase to the third but if it had not been for a fair wind he never would have caught hip As it washe came up to him only when within fifty yards of the shore The moose was tired and dldtipt make much headway The Indian struck him yn the nose with his paddle and stunned him for a moment He then gave him c rap on the head and fin ished hlm after a few more blows But it rpquires very skillful paddling to kill a moose In tb water and this hunter could not have done It so easily if the poor animal had not been tired out with swimming across a broad lake After he bad dragged this one Into shallow water lie turned to look for the others They were swimming round and round In the middle of the lake for they could not see vrhlch way to go After resting for awhile the In han paddled up to the nearest moose and turned him toward shore always keeping a little behind and changing from one side to the other according as the moose wandered from a straigh line When hie blldlrhen him near laud he paddled up to him and served him as be had done the first tied lilt carcass to the canoe and towed him Into shallow water He then went after the third which was still swimming but very weak He got him with difficulty near the shore and dispatched him in the same manner t Negress Wins at White Beauty Show Edna Mason a mulatto girl won the first prize at a beauty show held iiea charity bazaar In Tpylorstoycn Pa and the admirers of her white competitors threiltened to expel the entire colored population from the neighborhood Edna eighteen years old possessed of strikingly regular features timid with a clear light brown complexion came from Louisiana two years ago Her grandparents were slaves and she ws lyought up in a southern family of wealth She was educated In a southern industrial school andt spent two years abroad as the maid Ip tiR family in which she had been brought up She Is a musician ot some promise and possesses a sweet well modulated voice fJJ Snake Nats fish by Tall While dragging a pond near Redding Ridge Conn itf a search for small fish for built Ruben Warren of Bridgeport saw a trout weighing about a pound motionless In ai pool near tIle hore He waded out toward the dsh which did not move Bending over quickly he grabbed It close uf toward the gills and ofi raising It from Jbo water he was astonished to find n wa ter snake uieasuhlg four feet fast to tile trouts tall Waneft took the fish mind snake ashore killed thecreptnu and carried them to Bfldg port where he line plated them ou exhibition at the rooms of Fish and Game club- Woman Kills Bulldog With Sword Mrs Roy Wilson wife of a Chicago Ipsurauce broker seeing her husband Ill the mercy of nu Infuriated bulldog tiE her home selrfc a sword ran the animal through and pinioned iIt tgt1I1lStt wall dead Wilson t 1wifej1 once They were resuscitated by neighbors who were attracted by affray Sfr tbe1Jj Promptlp Proved ShC Men anti women cont bxrjuclg 4I ed by jhe same standard For In jf ttance t iran Is known by the cbm 1I pony be keeps h t He And t woman by tfce servants II fIle cant teep Judge IJ IIWrttetodayforafTeeCOWofv 4 tLoiiisviSie is Booming produciogitnct ttobaccosupiesLouisville 1mtboofte1agestwfactorlesin tIrurhuttJIMksystem 1fhbeInwantofagocdcsLcnInabosi hthiejTAN1 STRATTON USIRESS COLLEGE LOUISVILLE 7 ri= ii oooooooocxg The Safest and OwckestW- aytoTransferMoney frj ISBY Long Distance Telephone 8 For Rates to Local Manager Camherland tOi 8 8cc Telephone fTelegraph bcompIJgJV INCORPORATED 9oOOOGOoGo roOd For SAVlnI ir Curb iort SloaISLu1rfleU unsurpaedII tpain ljquickly 5very little rubbing otd- does not leave a blemjsjy v AmdnHsepHc remedy for thrush v fistula ahd any abscess PRICE 2545O j 4JOO rc Sloan 1reoj e ry5enrEarl Slocn Sotan Mas U6X Vie SPORTING WORLD iII j i English rbringr members of the National Sporting flu1 or London who are willing to wage amount that he can whlpanr featherweight world TJiJs wonder Is Jim Drlscoll who ta considered the cleverest boxer that f I ilU UBISOOLIi England has produced since tbeflqys of Charley Mitchell and who claims r the foatbervjelght championship O- fEOglantLDrlscoii has beaten Jern Bowkerjtjwjccv andfisohls backers pracUcalty cliaeed Owen Moran out of JEngland Harness Racing Jgart of Educatioit- Encourage gpQt Iean hossrtI Ing nth cut ofltwlivulgdr shows and you will Jjave ljgter attendance all11 ground sold Norman J Golrnan for mer lieutenant governor of Missouri at the convention of the American A8 Bociation of Fairs and Expositions Ifl liGotlColmancoutl iiK1 SjJnSjJ j j others of high moral tone will vltncas contestrrt good fair 1gt1 gMt edualtlonal iustltnfiotu I hind no bos cjUloa la complblfil without U At butegehe inertly getst i1te11herally I 5ltheJ6yJudy these thinjja lathe moriIjuuitiror tlje rn dessert give hlmjQm1r lean horse ra 08IIJlngJl v vjsffrlcs Latest Orlllon f f J keJIfrom tIlt rIU g He says that to but one chicof0r Wul tQ eUWjjfJhW rlng and that only lu the W Wf again Leeninlng pennllfss He lWlST that tho a pti Iflt Ia wmWU 2 day front bts heck dQ vu ftiut too that j rassnu vo nrrfem 1 to iuht tti tic t DOYOUJO THESE PACTS ABOUT LOUIS VILLE 330000 nieei hI radius of only 6 mftel ItLschsjii WOWin the manulacturIej of Jessie tan oec rh t Jtrt HOMES Its ctty property valuation k MERCIAL SCHOOL Enroll et tbisvbNI KY f apply that thaw ev1t i tV 1 scqr or li on Addre5 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