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1 Rogers Pastor Ser j lees first and fourth Sunday Sunday chobl 930 am r Praternalrderiiy p Misoinc LODGE Spriugid lodg t ft3 JfIeeUt ratand third Honda 1 ekemth r Vw ihi artbtR IA CWpter No S Js et4 YeryHcol1d TtieidaT cI ld Council koS2 mceUoi r iscrteiirtkMonday tI fTJmYACAuJteet tci2H V HUn v it a ch Mi t loddForI IndigestionI Sr ftuanitt Ctvpta lSslag s4Ms t a ks bIIIe II7ssssbsssMtrsYkkMat IIwwIuIeiM4 y 1tfr I al Jf 1 1M 7 i e DIg WbatYeuEa 3ws1 ChcaJ V tIi r v t T 1 w Y VIE NEWS= LEAER f t t amffli OBSERVATINsl 1 Apple Pie i jr EvesIn the kitctien of Paradis once j Was tried ajidjaerrojus and flustered idshe There is uothingat aU for dessertI And Adam is tired of custard hile dope1es she looked in the- gardeji around An apple tree Eve did espy e she Just the thiri glll g lhera yAndJI pared qUflrter dcutthem in sliceSquitethin T Xined apie tinwith light flaky paste flThenwithin j V And sugar and nutmeg tx taste rtop trust she added then baked anhour Taking care to save all the fru peelings they make good Icilybut this time poor Eve Must in Some way have hurt Adams feeling Because as she pasSed her husband t1i pie The first onah said JAftet you madam I Evemust have left in a yee apple tore r I For t ltsthck in the thr atOfPO 0 r Adam r Times ij RAND JURY The grand 9f jury of the of dourt has finished Malterm and adiourned 1ts thework ofthat U dy is the finding of fifteen indictments for various offenses vnonp of very great importance only two for lpny The pubh had been led expect some sensafeions from e grand jury in eonhection1 with Vfashington couptys only ght rilers ontrage thb bur- ngof those tobacco pbgsheads Valley HU1 and Jt Bookers iHst fall It was known that evi nceon that subjectrmipht have obtained by a liUle 4nvesti ajon but for some reason which does not appeaif plain the invpatigation was no1 made or it was made it yie dedno re its It is to be hoped that this apparent oversight ojt the part the authorities wijll haveno hart results Ins rne cases whele pffeBses against the law overlooked by the uthorities the offenders and thqse who are inclined to cdinimit similar acts are made bold to lollojw put their wles impulses the fact TioweVer that the tobacco night riding disturbances iin this coun were limited to those two gmall raids may hav k prompted fihegrand jury to become chari table towards the offenders who ave evidently determined to e good and not attempt to repeat e act i NVESTiGATINQ THE ROADS X The grand jury investi gated the conditionjbf the roads And went after those who thej laim are responsiblei r for their ndiUoD The j nry reports that they found that the roads espe cially in the northern part the county to be 1a erybadt condition and that little or work has been don on them in certain llocalities A n indictment as returned again t the County Road Superintendent for tbe alleged failure of u deputy U keep up the uadsiTbe jur5- macie other recommendations and wound up its eport as fpj lows That undettbe advic and direction of he Cummon wealths Attorney ce are barred from returning indict men for any of the indica ted by the anttiboye Thai- onless by this report to the court ot the coi dltions exist lug as stated above we havodone some service to the county we- will admit that our nyestigations ofthe turnpike situations as per instructions of the court hav been a practipalfa lure va fIDICULOUS We notic 4tha the Commissioner gricnltuirei for Kentucky send out estimates and figures in all seriousneis on the Burley tobac cO crop fur thitprsentvear H s911HFromfqH reports re riCjBivedfrom near ly all the conn Aeii i li Jh I t nown as the comEwhat dis ltricj the crop willjbe raised this year all olr t k Kentucky will be not more tin 5000 000 pounds and the greater pat of this will be grown in counties which are outside the Burjey district proper Thees timsitef are that about 1 per cent of the usual cop m the Burley district will be planted this year but m some other counties of i Kentucky Burley tobacco is grpwn iin small quantities and thisi will run up the total The tota acreage will be according to the Commissioners informa tioni4 about 5000 acres although it isi believed that this will be too higb The total acreage last was about 135000 acres As tobacco will average in agoodc yeapabout 1000 pounds to the acre itis estimated that with 5 j OOOii acres planted and a good yeir for tobacco as tho present season promises the totallcropt1 in Kentucky will be about 5000 OpOjipounds This information cominjg from the source it des will be regarded as serious if not W official Yet to any one at all FiLve million pounds of Burley for the state of Kentucky If it that is all the Commissioner can- o find we would advise him to take Lknottier look Washington counn ty we venture to say alone will w furnish onerbalf of the amount ana Marion will come pretty near furnishing the balance This county produced between fdur and five millions of pounds last yetJrand a liberal estimate for the reduction this year is 50 perill cent Commissioner Rankin ha- e e IIIfrom the night riderstv TnlnJcsltSayadUiSlife g ijester r Nelson pf Naples Maine sa yin a recent letters I have useda Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and i think It saved my life I have found it a reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no more be without a bottle thanI would be r Without ioodi For nearly forty ye rsjNew Discovery has stood at the fieid of throat and lung remedies Asa preventive of pneumonia and healer of weak lungs it has no equaltSold tinker guarantee at Haydon 0DertsonsTrraI bottle free Ict He Took a Walk jWednesday night young man driving a spanking horse and btiggy stopped at the home ofa MrRobertTeateron the Dry Branch pike and asked to stay all night He was put to bed but in the middle of the night thje family heard him leavej Njext morning he had t tujrned and Mr Teater fearing jb + had malle way with himself l ade a futile search of the ice huse and other places to find jhis body Then it dawnei on h rn that the man might have iNmpedh Salt River that flows pear bysoMr Teater came to town and informed the sheriff 6ll his suspicions and also about the horseat his home Lea vinE the sheriffs office Mr Teater ran on the man on the street The fellow said his name was Lawson 01aand explained his disappearance tby stating that after he retired ncttlad concluded to get up and walk to John Morgaris five dmles stay the re mainder of thenight Lawson ays he lives near the Washing ion counysJiueHarrodsburg Herald TheTobacco Crop in Bourbon l ll r White in Bourbon last Sunday we saw one crop of tobacso tsi A Hair fineehair dressing Something to make he hair more manage able to keep it from being splittingebf at the ends Something too thessame time a regular hairfood VelWednalrwillbestrong ewill remain where it belongs on the head not on the combt The beat kind of tefltiaaomlal Sold for over sixty years csd byJ Ayer Co Ixiwell Kan Alto BinuJ oturer of lSrA 9 SAiSAPARILUL ljeJ9c s say it iis on the farm where theI first crop of tobacco ever T in Bourbon saw the sun Some where near fifty years ago iPerrv Wornall Esq living on theiCfon3 thiana and Earis pike bn ea r EwaHs crossrt1ds experimented with a crop that brought him out in debt It was before the White Burley discovery and the plants grew so rank that they lookedw us as large as half gfown fruit trees He had had no experience in the business and of course the crcp was badly handled People came for miles to see it and onc Sundays hundreds gathered about the patch to view and dis uss the new crop Th ground hdd been used for a stable lot for many years and the soillwa rich enough to grow anything that could be grqwn x anywhere on he earth It was quite a num ber of years after the first at tempt before another crop was grown and strange enqtgh as- e say that the present crop is within a few hundred feet of h- erstCarlisle Mercury If one feels dnll and spiritless iiil the spring or early summer theycall Spring Fever But there is nb fever usually It is the after effect f our winter habits The nerves arb mostly at fault Tired worn on leave us languid lifeless and ithoutsplrit or atIbiton A few oses ofDr Shoops Restorative will jtheseRestorative course wont bring you back to full health in a day or two ut it will do eriough iff 48 hours ojthatthe iis reach 1ingeverywhere are advising its use asaf splendii and prompt general tonic t gives more vim and more spirit io he spoonful than any other known nerve or constitutional tonic It harpens a failing appetite sJds di estion freeS sluggish livers and kidneys and brings new life strength nd ambition Test it arfew days and be convinced Red Cross Drug Store Night Riders Burn Barn Paducah Ky June5A telephone message from Lyon counI ty says a barn belongingto fNt E Hayden who Besides about Jour miles south of Kuttawa was resulting in a loss of2l 00 Haydep did not belong to thej associa tipnl and iit is said he had been Criticising night riding seIverely JAn anonymous letter similar tthat received by Coun ty Attorney W L Krone war lso received by County Judge Crumba gh He was tod to desist Although soldiers are atEddy ville and Kuttawa the night ii ders are active and bold in their threats The citizens are greatly alarmed Ten more soldiers have arrived here f Grand family Medicine- It gives me pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr Frank Conlanof No 436 Houston St New York Itagrand iamily medicine for dyspepsia and liyer complications while for lame back and weak kidneys it cannot be tod highly recommended Elec tric Bitters regulate the digestive functionSj purify the blood and im part renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes Sold under guarantee at Hay don AiRobertsons drug storc 50c Cut Worm Death Bait In India the formula used by the government for poisoning cut worms is four pounds of white arsenic worth at a drug store about twelve cents a pound sixlgallons of water used to moisten igbty pounds of fine chopped straw Small quantities ar dropped at the bases of plants The Best Pills Ever Sold HAfter doctoring 15 years for- chronic Indigestion and spending- over two huridred dollars nothing has done me as much good as Dr ringfs- New Life PiHs I consider them the- best pills ever sold writes iB F Ayscue oi Ingleside N C Sounder guarantee at Haydon Rob erions drugstore 26c Is Fixed for Them iCharlos 0 Deginan of Mason- county who had his tobacco- p1ants destroyed has secured plants from Lewis county ha olanted six acres of tobacco an- is still setting out plants TUG has secured a cannon which he has mounted on wheels in hi fisld and gays he will protect hi tobacco patch at any cost Thi is the only tobacco planted i that county DISPUTE SETTLED Between Washington and true Counties Over Ii Birthplace of Lin cdIi rNjt w that the Federal Govern rnet t l h spla efits scaF bf ap 1ham Lincoln by appropriating 50 000 to the Lincoln Farm As socmtton fund Washington coujrity is mad at tieriieighbor- Jjffch county claims that Abraham Lincoln was born within its own confines on February J2 1808 vand that if the centenial is held in the other on February 12 1909 history win beout raged and grave injustice done the generations of future Ameri cans which will come to worship at the shrine ot the First American From the revered McGuffys Reader to the more elaborat textbooks of the present day school cbildrjen are taught that jn Hardin what is now Larue county Kentucky tbe great Lincoln tirst saw the light through the flapping canvas and rags that sheltered the half faced camp from the wind of j Rolling Fork The student reads that at the age of7 tbe emancipator that was tobe jjourned with his father Shiftl- eSsi Torm Lincoln and his family to the Indiana wilderness where he practiced law read Ibooks by firelight kept store fought bled and came away l1the Blackhawk War was sent ttcthe Legislature to Congress aiift made of his defeat for Uni ted States Senator tile stepping tone to the chair in the White Houce If one tellsM this storyin Wash ingtpn county Kentucky there are many old women and old men who willJopk askance during ttoe erlypart of the narrative and say that jt is well enough luring the later portions They nbt deny that Abrum went from Hardin to Indiana and jfrom Indiana to Illinois nor will they deny that he made a ladder of his defeats to mount to the Presidency WHAT THEYLL DECLARE But from W F Booker Coun ty Clerk of Washington who lives at Springfield to W F Neikirk State lire Marshal they will declare that Abraham Lincoln was born just outside of Springfield and that he spent his baby days in tbe boundaries of Washington county a quarter of the way across the statefroth- the usurping Larue and Hodgen vill whicbi they say has mon uments farm associations and graveled boulevards through its false claim Dead but a few years there lived an old man named Hardes ty just outside of Springfield who the of Thomas was at wedding Lincoln and Nancy Hanks in Washingtoncounty and who his friends and his children say told often how he went over to see the infant Lincoln as he lay lip the cabin of his fnther Ode old woman still lives in Washing ton county who has sworn tliat she saw the Lincoln marrbge and rem mbered perfectly when their child was born Whether drnot this was braham she is not sure and there is the only flaw in the reasoning Washington county If there was nother child a boy tins was the one the patriarchs ot Washington county remember as an infantr in uIIthe cabin near Springfield If there was no jplder son it was the future President whom the y saw on the raw Winter morning ftrt808 And ten miles out of Spring field near th home ofu Shifless Torm Lincoln arid Nancy Hanks Lincoln is a little grave with the wppden headstone and the lletters cjkrved nearly a hun dred vearslagdtyrtide backwoods fingers Whrether this is the resting place of the olderr brother of Abraham Lincoln of not is the djsputed question but the old people of Washington county swear that they remember when the inscription told hat a girl was buried theje and that this girl wasa sisterof Abra ham Lmcon who had died after he was born and before his ram ily struck out across the early nineteenth ceptury Kentucky wilderness tto Hardin county In that portion which is now Larue THEIR MARRIAGE LICENSE One thing is certaintld Squire R M Thompson now dead had the license ofii Shifless Torm Liri Qlnand Nancy Hanks framed ard hanging in hisresidence and he W hq jour nova to see Clerk Booker can be shown picture of that License even now with the date of Washington county upon it And the testimony and the handT writing of the Rev Jesse T Head of Hairodsburg is still on the faded certificate to show that he married he pair in Wasfns ton county I t The missing link in the hain seems to be the recordof the birth ofthe boy baby cn the old books of Washington pounty But these were Sll destroyed in a great fire about wartimes and for that reason alone Washing ton is unable to prove or dis prove finally that she heard the treat Presidents first dries for the moon and wails for his mammyAnd the appropriation of 50000 last week Hudg lville LaRue county gets centennial ville to the farm the statue in LOTOTOIOl J I TTHE C IS UW If I Who Will Be President 1 To form your opinions and keep in touch with the pro ssof the campaign you will need first class news tpapers We havemade a special arrangement whereby 1 you can get the I b 11 OR i Louisville Times liIM NOW UNTIL DECEMBER 1 1908 f 1 AND orrbe NewsLeader t Y For One Year for d O2OO 1 t NeisLeader one year and Daily Herald Iffr to NOY4151forlJ5t i4 This gives you a live metropolitan paper through subcripd4 w heffx back numbers can be sent 5 c Thin special campaign offe Is in effect only during t rest i the public square and the iffI place oil the mipsof those who revere the native places of the great But Washington county will never quite be content And Washington county ill look pityingly at Theodore Roo velt when he speaks of the native forests of Abraham Lincoln and of the first wade in the waters of ROiling Pokr The President WIll be the cnief speaker at the ceremdnies this fall when the Lincoln farm in LaRue county bought bythe yolu ntary c o nt r ibn ioftls of Americans will bex turned qver to Uncle Sam to be preserved as a national parkCincinnati Enquirer Nature has provided the stomach with certain naiuraLfludsfchov i as the digestives juicesr audit iis through these juices fhat the food we eat Is acted upon in uch away as to produce th rich red blood that flow thrOugh the veinc four body and thereby makes us sfronjr healthy and robust and it Is the weakening of these digestives juices that distroys health It iin cur own fault iiwe dis troy out own health and yet it ir sa easyforauv one to put the stomach out of order Wheu you need to take something take it promptly but take something you know is reliable Something like Kodol For Dyspepsia and rndigestion Kpdol is pleasant to take it is reliable and sgumnteed to give relief H i sold by the Red Gross Drug Store 4 KentuckyJFair Date or The foloviing Are the dates fixed for lipldinsr the Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as tar as reported Stanfor July 223 days GeoVgetownt July 285 jays Winchester Augnst4 4 days Dativille4ugnst53 days Lexington August 10 5 days Uniontown August 11 frdays Burkesville Augustil 4 days I Broadhpfld August 14daySp- iiflgfie1cAugqst l24days Shepherdsville August 18 4 days C- rLawrenceburg August adays a Carroll Gallatin OwenTri Countv Pair Bauders August 194 days- Vanceburg Augustl0 4 days Eyjngr Augaot 208 days ShelbyViLlei August 25 ldays London August 2578 days Elizabethtown August 25 8 days Burlington August 4 days Germantown Aug 26r 4 days dY1fSQmer Hardinsburg Sept 1 =S vdays Bardstown Sept 24 days Fern Creek Sept 24 aYF Monticell Sept 84 days BTodgenville Septa= days GlasgoiWj Sept 94day- YOIINever Car Tella Just exautly ihs Cause of your rliea mattsm but you knovf you have it Do you know that Ballards Snow Diniment will cure it relieves the pain reduces the swelling and lim betS the joints and muscles so that youvrilLbe aa jiotlve and well as yoa ever were Price 256 SOc and S100 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store For Mercer Tobocco Men Harrodcburg KyAta melt ingof the Mercer County Board of the Society ot EquityChair mfn A G Kyle was ordered to turn over to the local banks checks for 12000 received iin payment for Mercer county pool ed tobaccd sola and delivejptd More than onehalf of the Mer car county pooled crop has been sold for immediate delivery It will be turned over as quickly Ja it can be handled and about 75 000 more will be dumped into the coffers of the Mercer growers The demand for the Mercer pooled crop hrs been so strong i t ar deny many offers in orAwr te equalize Other counties 5 L Health Coffees is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet prddwc This cleverCoffee substitute wat fe cently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine WIS Not a grain jf real coffee in It either Br Shooji7 Health Coffee is made from are toasted grains with malt nuts etc RealJy Itwoulafoolan axprtwho might drink itforcorreeN 2Q o 3 minutes telious bOiliNg Made im a miiiute says the doctor Sold by KfeElroyaShader GotOLeIebm 1kCsupbst1 t the furnitur IMA for baaBMittei and lawn and porch cfiairiaM settees c W J2 1riij t i4 1s MJpfir PRLFTRII3TY situa1ti Dressing KeptucIFy ttefMPAIGN immmiiiiiMiaMiiiiillil anys t1ctWinchester 1 Scrcityef 11 A wen knw etttfe WJIeiref ii thesthte says of Jfo Iih Thereisa crdty otiii1 tii i Kentucky as well ii ofi Cttlprod tK111 west and this W prettily We l spoqsible tot tin htst ryriaa tft r HLoioPbeef Mid ST Petal + ff mond u Lest yew WMp ti fnancial paaie eta 1fiJfttl t ued Mr Bates KiteiTle ste k large cattle raisL tl t f hurried their caW k ss 4 Hod sold themrSa ul Iprice in order totemSi money before tIMer SMSt f Consequently the w si was jarsl t ty well Drained of ij eaUUjitjiek Corn was fed aii ixw Ur i get these cattle ready fee m ibet and now there is a Iit corn in nnny of MM r5states RIght sow I cr that fteed corn in Ksasa Nebraska is selling at i awl L s 350 per bushel not per bor l mind you but perbtUlIeIi aII1is uaprecedeated Xf lwent tbwesndrouhiiyssaI il ago rut up tne price AJ iUii sJr figure corp is to high k leed k cattle and the graec MtMUe are not ready for market JPTii iW JJcorn is of course BOttba4 Usjik Fr here still at 93 roHd f4 aMrJf 6rel 1armerdreardiIasbsQ5yaS zliable to feed to cattU il M sequent j very few are reiSx lir foarket but are i tifca JaV r t nedlin gits Thesis are bier caCte fattened in KwiUkiy tfe t i in former years PrjesCwsjitte to ways up yneri4 t J cattle being quotwLai 1ll f65Q per huadfei igtapM ffgaged I nuriber si4Iery in Madiaoa and adyjiihig counties at tbeee price GfriMN fis m reabDdantba I vn sawit in this feetie a tWirj will have ft tendency 4 iIf fthe sitaatioH If 1ICI4 MrthsJ L fact cattle and beef w mMJ b higher than they are IdwjSot f look forauydscrsaeIabbiptke of beef until after the rrM iccattlel reach Ii Mrke iiftiM conditionsiin tbe ureei tifteewith the finaBcial sitH PPtef Zmay liaye tbe elect of Ic eyiat ifup the prig 1 r ickkiMika5a1relMuI jv Tom MoOre el Rvt1 2 rCochran Gfc writs I iic f sore come tie iMttfi efo y JI t and could find Iothlflf tlwit rti iheal it until I applied BKkkkVAr jir C Nnica Salve M tbaahaMp1csi bOx won thedaj for c by ajhict iir a if V perfect cure1 sold uir lJsii In t4k ivif h Itee at Hayefon octstore J- MuIeRaisgPir A Saa i5fe r A gntleniaawbo wijsast SItion to know ws taMitj1 JfiiiiV J morning about iMrMiRllfK mule on ihe slarMjst the ys ii markaWT aigb yn ltwiHjHmm f are bringing tM HMfeOfs LIC JourMl Reasi5tbsLbhsr fwere so taw ttttlec otfsMd SS0C tsalel is mow IF Li St Los X f where pIM U1 pObY fIiftcftnb fottiriti lt l1 siblt to p rciMM aay- load A ilpif would ixiMUM iiI MppIIyto 1 of uk i bbiME W asked itM ooikt aiTfI F for thii state of affair Ib s UL the United State w i IImore mules to Jorsjiini sa I than was me b dtoi isthe tort of UM fliMtr y j toted tftati 40000 tiM1t wen 1 the P fI n canal sid M Wf wk Ip vy thard many of this anttte 4b J every jttr aad b to 1IW1 r plied frot the TJaitoi Tha This ooptfaisl JWMUM r wb t c will opiitibmWIdrt JI j will kesg th4 yto otVisisiBii ssj- to tk lop + HHIl i = coos and tIIe 11iJprlees frmsn sflvths lla aw urhT m ft otftc joqinrtf ft b5bd tbWit S sl tbsj giyemoeerI EkgSijthe u lpIMrLu t StoMffc IMfrrt f A ii tks siaer this Iu t 1y be V JOI t u w MSIS 5 e uhoM bs Tsf at W yrstdcTiiliitliT do lI irXdLThs paJr t1t J = tyJoe 4iJLEais- yitea 1551kwSt1I i iti1Istaks IU pkaat te t ke ft to old here by thi Red oaPhanMcy A JIlUt 0UT I 4T-a = kY J J L LDAVISON JI IIi LJ J 21Jl Th i ATrJI1RU 11M 1 rr p t I CI1 g ye irs aethSI3iS t4 cR1 F aNaQK 1 acwli4tte km rtekctIoiI tuCgrUlct iJt- f rtk Creis4oa1l DtstrJcbl fA to the aof the t trU1 Ti1UJVwe uir wrthociaed to ano nce A C a ci Is4 for tJ awml for Shhrit 6f Washington ybjctPto the acUo of the I ttprtr eptiMR1chUdI R D CUtpM111WUl MsrilU nand ITawre antfcorlMd MarutUBUS- t Java as candidate c SkerWt fI Wuos ccMMitv subject to the aetiss of the pemocratic party iJ B It dkin Sa Eale PisiiI nnByros Otpe L MJiLii Henry Watteraoa has rcIruela Nebraska on- J iarUnlfctt I Jtr Bryan and to 1Wk r the poiiiical situation t drte argipi 4ini jn tt e 1rtjr in gcntral and IvILf iIa ICtfticky in par TIe Courier Journal riis ib Mr Watt rilon- TLat caure proof that thtft f will W TOT iff hi to apeak of at tie liwdiKtoii convention and iif the wMHM of Mr Bryan and 1 IMr attirsoa art carried out Ffl Mbfirja Kiituckf except t iiatiMttUMCfV We shall 5a if tk iittwoc of tiaeae two great lilik t zit sia far enough to T lwalallofftbeold soteei opened I bjtbf Btikfcart and anti Beck nam flhtiathe state last x inter 4oding to tIie Ereping I 11r jw e tor is the rep r ft1Qf MiJ Water2- onMrfryiookas S to Mr Wat I Jl tiriK irt6 biks the place of the laU iffejio foriat of ArkansaS MtiiseloM and confidentiall ad J iwari Xt thi ia the same lrwaon i Mun 1896 tel igraftaW tolht CourierJournal to ppOM Bryan1saying No hAiihonorJ7tWK hun compromised EYDilK tIF IMWATTEaSON in neditorL al in the ComrierJour makes istro g appeal to the istate con yention for the selection of Col b iSaldeman as iof the t delegates from the state at large to th ionalco v ti n Mr- II Watteriapn says Ihe asks it as a persotrec9gnttlojl of the r Courier Journals work oii behalf r Coor thep rty It remains to be I I seen whether the Beckhamvfac tion cjair so easily forget arid for JIve c J Dr W W Durham dharged with night riding was tried ar d acquid2This would seem to hear out the prediction that it iis next topsib1etoItrinr about aiiBSctkMi pf any night rider Iill dO n harm and pibly i t ii w e good to keep qn iryiog lSer ahold be no let up in the iijtbe authorities to put a odirage GEN P WAT HARDIN who has bM8 dead to the world of polities t yiiIIC4I Kii was laid on the shelf by H the mptoriou Music Hall conven wtioi w ich J idpmiiated William Goebei ihas come to life again He tate a spch before he i Deiaocralic convention of Meicef oointjr Iaatweek and preached jj u 1qrrnoiiy t It is a oonced by Adjt Gen P P Io4ia toQ that vie dis tarbaise la the tobaecoijistrict are pra 4c4lly over and the umber ol1 Itilitiamen in active l aJr T oefii gradually beiaireIi r rI C tj r ir OUt dWashiigon bhai ifleerge B OV4II7OWII1 be Uvaemdl Y Il1ri aW Thsftforeee VitelPrrsi I it S cretary has a l atlOllfr wlt and bk 1Ijdfi ta tnded1y a4d arsb to iMcketh fi p ii cuts istcMIhl taUf big osssn hwltt nt aas i1t k I i y f iIwi itIsW1tLto ry id IIt tCPNs DrtiJ 4c Mackville Toii Wilson of Pet t Grove was ly townJ Wneedy i Mrf Sse HyataOMrs Joe B4ftfcop of Sjringl eld were her Friday 1Jr lfT BarnettWisihBouisi iIle3i1day Trf Pt1I1n has returned from a vitife to his Brs ants il Mrs JanQee Danville ll10theriaMMrq d Ear i4ilOOII a Ss- eMrak G rson aLho Uterjr ilL R Bflatchetf Lebanon was the gqestof Dr and Mrs W R Thompspn Saturday Mrs J So Peter was in Ear rodsburg Saturday Lexingtonthisweek I returne9tol visit td her parents Mr and Mrs J N Mowles Walter J Matheriy who has at1Bowreturnedboae boaellB Hatchett e here Sat urday t k SpringthoSweeney Sunday Ed Sallee of fiarrodsburg was here Monday sjnd Tuesday Mrs Bettie Peter has returned from a months visit to her un cle Dr Preston Peter at Olm stAd Ky j James Isbam an4 B M Shew maker were in Corqishville last day Elmer Hume left Wednesday for Bowling Gredn Mammoth av and N shviletexpfcting to be gone about a week Hugh Horn ofJ Barr dSQorg with Ms sisspent Monday nigqt terUrsB M Shewmaker The Childrens jExercises will beheld at the Mho hst church Sunday night Mss Eva Hatcheltt of Harrods burg is visiting relatives here Quite a number from this place attended Childrens Day exer clsestBruerspbapel Sunday I j1Messrsj1 Hatcheit and Will Russeuof pringtield attended the suppe giv n by the ladies of the resb terian cEurch Friday nights Misses Josephine Moss and Bessie Swope of Bryantsville ate visiting their aunt Mrs J B Peter iIi Wm Lear has returnedlfrom months visit tcj his daughters Mrs Walter Thompson andMiss Zula Lear at Indianapolis Ind Miss Grace HjajtctieU cf Har rodsburg spenujlQnday nfcht at the home of her brother W P Hatchett James JJppersQn wife and daughtersT Misses Lena and Lou Clay and James Graves and wife of Springfield tJendedthe exer cises at the Christian church Sunday night r Apan wio is in urrfect healthj so- he can do an honest days work when riecessary has much for which he should betbankfu1 Mr L C Rod gets qf Brancbton Pa writesi that that hwas not on y unable to work bhthe douidntktoQp over to tie his own shoes Six bottlds of Foleys Kidney Cure made n new man of him He says StJqcess lj Koleys Kidney Cure1 Sold by th i Red Cross Drug Store y Hilly Valley rMr WIT Hines preached at Htebord ZackBarnit has the best corn In tais neighborhood hogstr Mrs KatevHagan visited her parents Iast wek Bro Williams preached at Hillsboro Sand ly to a Jlarge con gregation x vis1tingfriendshereI j Mrs Mary Bines has relumed to her home af er a pleasant visit here l win Cure Consumption A A Ferran Finch Arkwrites Foliifs Honey and Tar i tlJ beatf preparation for coughs colls an iuig trouble II know that 1it has pared consumptica in t e first stageR You never heart of any one using Foleys Hojhey and Tjtr and not facing CroasDri2ii Fair Viewv t Mr FredCf eatham wife and daughter visited Mr and Mrs QJlie Keeling of FairtieldTues dIy fr1IndMrsJ N H Oliver were in Springfield Wfdnesday Mrs LTza aid Mrs Ed Moore and two childrenl visited the home ofMr Ben Pile TUesday Mrs Mitchel is visiting her jf nddauihtr Mrs Hrbert1 Eddleman familydiridGrfgsby Fnid iw R v BO tgjfss and wife are 4p ndinga week at the home of ttr JsTrt4xMr itelInSaturdjinffhday otilLi J Jtead thrtie dauhtersosa Jot i Mary and Teresa Mrs Will Sweeney and twoI diujzhterd LoueBahand Bessie May Mr and Mrs Vandave tree of Obapin dined atthe- Mr home of F Mi Carney Saturday Mr John Oliver of Arkansas li visiting Tils brother Mr J 33 H Oliver of Mooresville Mr Sam Yx fnand Mrs Fanny Lyddane attended C-hUrCh1atwith with Mr JaHardesty jj Mrs Ruth Randolph of Louis villepis visiting hersisler MrsI J E Stevenson 4 Vital Pint j Uhe toost delicate part of a baby il its bowels Every ailment that it suffers with att cksthe bowels al soendangerngin most cases the life l Baby1lixinCaes derangements of the stomach or bowels Sold by the RedtCJross Drug S orcrlTick Creek r The musical givenjDy MiHes Ida and Maggie Lawrehceaur day night WAS well attended and greatly enjoyed by all present John Tobin bought a calfof Mrs Mary Taylor for 115 George Bugg bought a sow from Mrs Maggie Mobley for c8 win Stumpf Sam Rowe John attendedCross Roads Saturday night Mrs Mary Taylor lost a vain able milch cow Jast week George Buggt traded bbrs6s with Geo Goode receiving 15 difference Mandeville and Wm Lawrence nQDIastWedn Ben Haydon gave a fishing party last Tuesday in Honor of B D Lake and Ben P Simms Springfield There was nothing lacking to make it a success John Tobin b6ighta calf from J Jl Yaste of Canary f r15T- hechildrensexercises at the Christian church at M ckvill Sunday was well attended from this place Leo Haydon anA family spent a fw days with his father last week Mrs Mahala Hall and laugh terLucy spent one day last weeKwith Mrs 7 E Anderson What has become of the Thorn Hill and Hardins Chapel correspond nts We would lute to hear from them occasionally Owen Wilkerson of Texas spent Saturday and Sunday with his uncle Daniel Wilkerson A Lesson in Health i HealtBy kidneys filter the impurir ties from thii moo J and uiileas they dojtbis goof health ig impossible Foleys Klddey Cure makes sonnp kidneys and will positively cure all forms of kidney and blddderj disease It strengthens the whole system Sold by thelted Cioss Pharmacy iI1 i Sends Regrets f Tjie Cmirier Journal in givini an account of the reuhiOp of the Loufsville Girls High Schoo alumnae contains the following One of the most iinreresting letters received byProf Barthol ouiewin response to the invitations sent out by him was re ceived yesterday from Venice Italy and was from Mrs Selina etter Royle the noted actress arMwifeof Edwin Milton Royle the equally fntaous playwright and actor Mrs Royle who re tired from the stage sey eral yeas ago and who pow with her husband and interesting family of two littlel girls indkvs herlicSrae fn sunny Italy responded to the letter uf invitation in a wrist gra cious manner While she will be unable to be present at the exercises she asked that l guodvishates of this year as well as to thgse bff former years who may be prejsent tomorrow The letter may be read at the reunion Mrs Royle i iia sister of Mrs J L Wharton of this pace 1 xv iiR1ievessourstonac- bra1itaJooftheheartDigests Cr I dig liM what you es NOTICE Notice is hereby given to the Taxpayers of the Qty of Springfield Ky that City Taxes are npw due and payj a leThe books are now in thehands of L B Gain City Treasurer at the first Na t itional Bank You are re yourItaxes Jo the City Treasurer on or before July 1 1908 Oil that date a penalty of two ip o sent will be addedas 6vi ded by ordinanc- eS JOHN W LEWIS M- ayoriiiiii iou Will Need an Oil Stove days Wick StoYe comparison I cuuLuvu TYJLJL LL Ifire was quick concentrated heat of t- heNEWPERHCHON Wick Blue Flame OB CootStove directly boil the kettle or the bread and none is diffused about the room to overheat it Thus using the II Perfection tJ is kitchen Made in and fully warranted If not with your dealer out nearest agency Jtoato Xamp aseveryQDe enoughforor cottage bright enough for every occasion If tot with your dealer write our nearest agency Wf COMPANY IW aIc A MUTUAL SURPRISE My ear Daughter have long felt haw jnuch my home arid children needed k mothers love and care I have been willing in this respectt as In every other coolbuttherlght person loflll so Important a po yAfindinglierthat I could desire either as a companion or a mother to my children She Jasmost kind and excellent lady and I trust that youwill be prepared to efctend to her that respect and affecllon Ihat are her due She has one son who Is away at school which will be pleasant for yous you Have no brother Ve shall be home Thursday Your affectionate father HOWARD LESLIE PSY9u were very wise In not gaging yourself consulting me to ihe y jung map you mention Aj young girl like you doesnt know what love is tlve years hence will be time enough for you to think of such a thing This was the Letter that Anne Leslie iI theIwith the glad anticipations to yhlcb her newborn love had given rise For a time she sat speechless with mger and amazement The idea of her father ever marrying again had neve once entered her mind Why should he Was she not there for hfu And when she IcokeCPhOU7l ere sue should leave in ItolitttkeAud to think That her poor mother who had been hardly two years In her grave should beo soon forgotten If she thought that her adored jCliarlcs Edward would eyer be so sureLibjitl IBut thc postscript was the unkind est cut of niL The slIghting manner In which her father alluded to the young man whose name she had written to him fulKCharles EdwardFitz Hen y StnUbs was more wounding thnn he harshest Invective AntI to presume to think Jhnt ahe mew nothing of love who jhadcxperl nced it in sweetness and power Full of these indignant thoughts Vune sat down and penned an epistle her adored Charles Edward detail ing Tlevance and ending with the leclaruiion that she would nevcl nev r submit to be domineered over by n Uepniothcrt and that lie wouldcvcr be rue to the tired and only her Ifc Tjie next mall broughta reply slat ngV together with many protestations jf uuJying affection that he could Irmly sympathize with her feelings ln view of her fathers niarrliyje hailng just received tthe Intelligence that his mother was to take another hltsbaud Sue had given 1m one stepfather when he was a boand he would never submit to the r lie of another He be there on Thursday tto tn1theregcther to some happy place where cruel faiicrs and stepCuthers were un known Charles Edward was as good as his word Promptly ou the following Thursday be made his appearance at the house of the father of his adored Anne Scarcely were the first rapturous greetings over when the sound of carriage wheels was heard Anne turned pale i Theyjiave corner she cried start- Ing to her Let cm cetII hope when I am here V- As lie said this curiosity impelled him to turn his eyes to tho window Good heavens he ejaculated as they fell upon n lady who was alighting fronts carriage Why It looks like But no It cant lie Mr Leslie led his wife up to where his daughtc1 was standing As Mrs Leslie turned from the constrained greeting of her new daughter her eyes ftl upon the young man back of her who stood staring at her in spcjticliiess nmnzement Why iinrjes- IIhrnin1har PAINbLI esusaaInpesasnsadieprove U ho hM tea a liSle ablettnUe5 Dr IHoP ItaeJcctll eoxN W pisipe sway MkilTMt thoulk lsrsyktlom M IKT a headache Webbed iswurs MeUblooS klabloocl w That ssrsy ii a erta1nty forDr5hooa it In alnuW 84 the MeMaunnawnJ 1ood JpainSager and eat It IK PaL aM swelL you Of eoowe U doM iVg pMswaBWsNaa U4 immiHy rnoaaMii Dr Shoops Headache IRED When want and the kitchen ire Make cooking a bur denthen is the tun t to try aNewPeriectiojr Blue Flame Oil Cook MarvelOus how this stove does avay with kitchen dit061forts how cool it keeps the rogm ii with 24 t 41 harming The goes to bake New comfort three sizes write The STANBAMB without Iovef would UI never th ughtor seeing you nerer nor I you Who Is this inquired Mr Leslie looking in bewilderment from one to thei other fltt is Charles Edward that I wrote you About said Anne blushing It Is my son Charles said Mrs Leslie Charles this Is your stept tat er JAnd my future fatherinlaw lj trujst responde Charles Edwar4 ay he jShbdk hands with his mothers new hnshnna iWIl see about that my boy said ntotherIsThe four passed a very pleasant evening Charles Edward voted his stepfather to be one of the nicest men he level met and Anne thought no lady could be mare agreeable than her new mqther Charles Edward retained at home n eekand then went backtb school taking with him the assurance that if he studied diligently antI both he anil Antie were of the same mind at thr en1 of the yearno opposition would be made tp their marriage V Voices In Germany Heard In Denmark Valdemar Poulson the Danish in ventor whose wireless telephone system is proving so successful recently carried on l conversation between Wynburg Denmark and Welsensee Germany n distance of 25Q miles bear lag the voices of his assistants cfcarly as they talked Iinto the transmitter r wlrtlesratU8 for Jwlls telegraph instru meffts tfwrites the messages received automatically and it is claimed thai tle Te od is perfect Popular Mecbar Ics f A NEW GHAFT One of the latest types of swindu hat has been perpetrated on some ef ihS unsuspecting farmers of a wester i locality was worked in this wise There has been a good deal of talk tbout bovine tuberculosis In the state cd7fromhanitonn1havIngbearingspecting the dairy cows representing himself to be a state dairy Inspector ncrosslagldemned a dozen animals us afflicted with tuberculosis but told the farmer on leaving Iot to say anything about it but to sell them fof whatever he could gettor shipment out qf the- shte Two qrthree days after this fakir No 2 Informed on the quiet of what bad bcert done came along to the fdrmers place and afeked Itlitf ha1 any tows for sale The farmer ezplaincdmatters and thought himself lucky ttd get 20 apiece for the 8up poscdly diseased animals Wjefi he Iparucd a few days later thaj4lIe whole business was a take tpu and simple the dictionary wasKcnttfcly inadequate to furnish words Which would express his feelings Vjfhctuer the victim of tits game Infa recovered hig prujwrty we have not learned It is a pretty good thlngHp LIve looking glib talking stranger ther un less his identity can be yond a doubt ISed SCHQLAsmatured by Secretary James Wilson ofv the department of agriculture there will be established shortly in his department at Sashlngto a denatured alcohol school This will hiduda small but complete distilling outfit in chiding rats worma nglncs and other necessary apparatus while it will be the aim of speialbit howitnil visitors at Washington who may be Interested In the subject Dr HWWitey Nchref chemist of the department hIk been assigned to the job which means that the work will be thoroughly done Secretary Wilson Is desirousotest bUs bing a similar school qxpositlontothis will be carrIed ut provided favor able congressional action can be secured CANNED PRUNES Those who have had opportunity to pick the full ripened prune oBf the tree1 state that it possesses a delicious qual ity and flavor Which are wantini4pthe dry product of commerce In tills con teWbothprunes in some experiments which have been lately conducted In the can Blng of thjft fresh prune as done so extensively with apricots peara and peaches Some of this canned product was sent to the Philippine Islands re turned to the factory which put it up and found to be In perfect condition This keeping quality of the prune when pst up fresh is a matter which seems to hay been Iis cpMkleralle foubt New however thAt the point kar been defieraisecl It Ja quite likely that prunes will be extesIYeiRemf 5 Pride of Washington OR Springfield Choice Manufactured by IIJ W Jarbo Co ESPWe pay highest market price for grain fIf you wants toe Best FLOtJR ask your grocer for 1 Daily taper lu the larger cities re port au unXisua exodus of young people to ihb country Its a wholesome tiiInequalityhas made It well nigh Impossible tor the granger to get satisfactory labor at any price while soft handed clerks smndllpcollarshaeunrollOO hind mahogany counters on a salary of 739 a week Under no circumstances should the unsophisticated country girl go to a large city on a tempting offer of high wages unless the position she has In view has been certified to by a person of her acqualntanc ln whoDJ e hfJsI absolute confidehce In an too cases girls are wont to view maoyI fers as bona fide only to find by bitter experience that they were traps set by unprincipled or Immoral schemers lure them to Jhe city toII Boot crops potatoes turnips bagas and the like do especially well In sections where there Is an abun dance of moisture and where moderate temperatures prevail while corn can get along with sonic less moisture and needs an abundance qf heat to produce the largest and best crops it1s forth reasons mentioned that Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and Canada pro duce the best root crops while the states south of these to thegulf of Mexico lead in the production of corn While haylna seemingly hard and tough bark trees especially the fruit bearing kind are exceedingly suscepti blel to damage by lirt JJhis Ia due to the fact that the life liyer of the tree the light yellow cainbjuui layer Ia Just beneath the outside bark and ing so near the surface iseasily aCfe t ed by an extreme of heat One learns the truth of thlstohhJ sorroW at times when a fire gels away from him whciv burning lltt r In the garden or who a flre Is accidentally started In the grass In the orchard f For years past fumes of tobacco have been used for the purpoeof fu inlgratlou In greenand hot houses But dueto the fact that this is not always effective wlthjili kiuila of Insects other Ins6cflcldes have been experimented with and hydrocyanic a idas ban been found to be very effective One of the drawbacks with this Is that In addition to exterminating InscctJuVir will also Inflict Injury on the plants IP allowed to remalnin the Inclosure too long It Ila likewise a deadly lpoison and great cure lIsa to be exercised in theuseotl To get rid of the aphids or green lice which attack the rgsebushes In house or garden tbtjre is nothing better than l tdbacco Infusion which is made by addJug hot water to tobacco at the rate of four gallons to a pound of shouldethere should be added to iIt an ounce and a halt of whale oil soap or three ounces of soft soap this should be sprayed on the larger busbes but the smaller potted plants may be dipped In It The treatments should bdpven- once a week untllthu lice disappear The patrons of a well known cats logue house have been havIng a good deal of trouble of late because the cOp cern In question made use of patent In the manufacture of their cheap cream separators that belonged to another firm A decision handed down by the United States clnjuit cinij4iot only eujolusthe catalogue hotjf torn selling any nJbre of these xinachlncs but the indlvlduaj pupcmTscr front using them Wbethetv ne supply Louse Is going to make this loss good to iui- flatrors Is noti yet stated hilt It Ls hardftl ItkelyS Thegrape fruit which Is of the col j oj4ta lemon aid of the shape of an J range though considerably larger Itrultterqd much nsntfo grapes on their stem This fruit not at its best until ItiIsJr little of It Is shipped to eastern mar relittleprime condition being picked from thutreeS befom it Is really fit If you will make inquiry it will be a revelation to you bow mariy suc cumb to kidney or bladder troubles patliKiuey Cure will cure Itn tyer ds appdints StoreX Sold by the R Cross Drug A Fil CTICAL OFFICIAL The Xcw Vctk coamilssionet agil ltv v tit uirH tob a parson why views JIs Jio ii scth g rcti in 1U1il1lun rury llht Dur g las sear he hut UK h lpriJ Inspect dat j herds In fovtvUve out of sjxt otib counties Undluit OiS dairy cows out of a total of 23 Inspected nffcctej With tuberculosis He Inspected 23 j milk receiving stations 144 of wlitb be reported in au insanitary couditl u The department of will b be Is head not ouiy attended lo Hit nbjve work but found employment t fur i43 slnrlo men aad evcutfive fiuilHJs as hired lielp Data Jlurcll by Uh caiiimlS sioacr showol that there JJUTS fanns In tiny state ail that of tbl number 271 were ror Hale or rrnt ifSIr TTIrIII FIIISg WItItIa ss ria Ihalgilk liver aa re bewsIwbm yea SOt naat le Mt asS J9V 155e seisd Tak Lai PIIII II Tbev aas the liver week sad t tItIIMcIMIte au sTag ww 5s fras a N4I 25 D m CMt My 25 CMfe- Itofc WUS t M StLMK Pbr1 kM thibW Haydon Jt Rbb rlson 11 d + + f I iii ii 4 0 s 1R SHOLTZ J W I SHETZ S IUEDBLrt t 1Ji GLIi Hardware Stoves and tin ware 2 t Tools vea tineLoget p I I HakeHoes etc the marketJj III yehavejustrecetvedanewsupplyof ilCooking Stoves andy Ranges i which emS lVit Prizes 6 ple I I Agehts the celebrated eIPfiFtFECTION OIL STOVES v Ho Lawn Mowers rf I Water Coolers We make a epecialityTrf Plumbing anct t4 Roofing Contracts r J I IAt t Ice Cream Soda j I day Fresh an4d ndCandJeSr Meals wand Lunches V J v v y r most any time A1IkiasofSoftoDrinks S rf t c I 1 FOR CiNDY vi1iESjCome and see our liner i I KATIE HERfLEIN ind Bro if 11f t 1H 1- h c1oak I Suits Waists Skirts kpartaeiis Silk aM YdY- aJe 7 2 LMeI atRe45dN- I 1JAIqI WaGeeil OI Defiei- Miss Faralihiass IrtJr Py Jk7 calea- ass Siuswaie tMrtu tIua17M1nnArh i1bsN Carpets Draperies and Furniturt FOR MAIL ORDER CUSTOMERS ONLY se dbidsM loSer eJalUbWeek I6O Suit Cashes for 15 l A suitcase tb ifc will stand hard abuse It is madeiof xjmlt lfon Alligator It is well constpicted with brslocks and will wea atisfiictoriy A Great lariain I 5819 4 Waxit u FRiE- w Maisasic W ti taw wlis aa5445 s The r e JIZ I IcA i cot JOHN I Dark bay 15 3 hands tine stylev speed and action e lwe years old This colt is a SOIl of the great Onward Bilver for many owned by JiLDrqier cl Bardstown and winner of the Trans ivania stake at Lexing ton and with a record of a mile in 20 t and two miles in 428i OnwardsSilver was sold for 21000 and was t ken to 111 Onward Silver is aftson ofUn ward 1141 record 2 25fand tha sire of nine perf irmera with recodsof from UC5i to 2 10aIKl the sire of the dams of 18 with records of 2 H and b lier OB wa4d Is a son of Gebrg Willed 2221 ajid OUt of Sylviaa MaTd by A rdelnlslreof KftntucltT Union 2071 v Golf John 1sdaiia Katz Kite Handler sir d by Nabottj 188 son of Walshiglim blho Wilkes Kate H Bdl ya lr dam was Helen aII1of Ottcet 228 by Metropolitan on i HamWetciriian IQaai faleth4rt- o Rienna ortaj daw rf Bi 2UrndrPrI Mt t Ri l na Victris91a for A8Ot st McFerraviaje i Second dim- dn Ntll A t pf Worr223 rmoiLSire of GitII rITfri We haisd1e the very bs snd of and jvricty1 1 r 1 V5 i GadiTIsf 1J jt iSpad i 1 5IWe z on j v for n t IGard3Sf J Berfleins IYoccang r S at r t r L el J Vie did o 2 v DGSUb4t IIir1mmiflgs iMe-1l jJ s Me ==y l TsINssMI 1 1- 3a F fJIIIM 1nIMI sM ra a- IuitaoS ltwaIMeaoSa T iITX 7 a ip 1 = fJIIiIII I rMT p a Demorest1I MXI AL r 22anddafIL1Qf lailtanW better also sireo1 the darn ot S Gambata Wilkes 19i1 sire ol Eyelet 2001f Giaiaette 204 Lottie pn 1 2 54 sad svyJhe otlierg better tsa2Kjc fI Third da Mideohy- f 7 t G arrafd Ct F hnl will ajhCol preentseanda at j 2 15 Ti Iic5TT lUlU liii-I 7 a Mac1 Jack 1IJ Wrboo andmnc1PLbjOkW lo 3 Parrotts Jack be tylJJack be by QiftwJbir WCod lit woutpf skiJiittbGv n ernor asiid yr dsy old Blidfc Hawk JBelrWillMi not ftwr t brdir R lliT t J r 4r Fir 1J o Pra b4b st art inyHM to caU at 1mr ti sullen B iol Spri vSfrii On Vptrij leIaaa4 P TyiU ay aiook Cprt WiU t tOIl aecideni hwlIqtpoINIiW bbs i l Lain rWid sfteei t J otrS eIroirs l 5 f LH r r r DRG tBURTON c SDhT ENTWI TBETH EXTHACTED NtNOuf PAIN j c l B Ms iu nu0XX Iatftll Wit stricti- e t J Jtj1i J 0 MUD- f1ku I UN1 f J J9bora S toga 1D 4 2 Itp2r PMI CNBiow 8Tft fiaydojtfs Drugstore lKtjn M Dt act 1ItIa Iseo y HHe L y ftaiucNs 38 4 WF GUQSBYe AfTQftNeXilT Mlr LAW PRI ritDXY e to HW HYAtT DiJttSPAULDINB J t5oirov Red Cro Drue S pre rQBpt boars ByttIQa + m toM2 ID 4 to 5 pm- Spu1dI 2 104 kndpTn v 11tlt night t JfIiN t MAYES UIFAiL miCTOR r AID tlCEISEDEMBAlMER TELEptHoNE DAY 19 NII1T 74 ffitBBFIELDI ID Aliens i C t rConfectionery The place to fet Soft J8 DrimIJIIce Cream and Soda Water ir JL J 4 1 y The bandifreshestof CaSdiesariit Fruits t r i v a1wayzoikJ4c Main Street next fc Wat iiicnJotel o vtLeorij Allen i J E Se1bypBreeder Col J r Duroc iersyi1ogs I 1Dbpokingo derji now crSprmj tpigskI RtF Dt1 Sijnfi 1d K- y6clEiace To Stop o We iivife our 1Kafbmfton and- 1e1onl coi1tLy Jri4nd wben jn 0LousiUe and lojokinR for a place to stop jQcail on us 8t have several ict1yFirishBOOis whicn we Wjll let for 16aeJslj for a ibof t orldng stay at t8lonc bjerate lLoLe4 oi 1e N rthet coi tier of Se7enth and Market Ste Iiflejwnwatt JphniEdeUh 1 1B08D SAYS I Hes the man to see when la needof the folloNf imf Grain Craole 4 CarrUf Tnmminf r OaflrstcTas 11 1 i arof l1 deJCriptlo1asl rid specialty f food work li j L 4w WLWardof Djrertlrir JiL wr4S Ti kiJlo certify M tlhare airt Orteo LajaiiT Fniit Syrnfi for 1fttoEs aU i a cei4tMt a 4bt ti iduIJ p MN1Jt t1ttl i tiuit i wLtbpertI ellj j tou rderHIce11 4- Cr aw1to r stOor a ea offer of ttineaialdeTiiMlmonths and Kewa Lesder o r year Ior t 11L I TOWNSLocal fn1ro firiiV iHappenings of Interest t FrMlie t and testiL It k I AIiAttY lrIJPrl JH1 ttAiwfllc Lqj Papkii Fci Mc1tri 4Shaders 8ALTwosts single rnOIIe set do bibblrptsa1 GS4LYON- Sweet j cider digeeta coy kola and all other soft drinl s at JAIShadtrs i If you nEed may ki d of ma chinerj or engines I Mm Jcs 1 NffBorn on Ane 7ttf to Mjs er q Loyd HayiOn1a r daugti t r jby carriages 50 perce t ot forrtne next 80 days aft L echooan Campbell j itRmissionary l lecture at the omB1zllwil netxt Tuesday It xTb aDuclllJJ the sti ong tea of Bourne Bond of Louisville Id wilt plaj two games here o 1 u1i 17 and 18 The Louisville daily4 Beiall nd the NewsLeader tone yeir for 175 Offer good fora urn ed time only II IbIt 11CORNidreg bashels white c rpfor sat a k In any quantitrBra t f d No 3 Sprih fieldj Ky Come and ficker OIIIaOIIIOIIIf b ross drugstore It g ves relief in five minutes J b Former Sufferer i Just received atLeachman furniture store aiot f nice wicker torchtj chairs hpeia1prcefofast j 1II Ron SALEA firstclass Jer sey mi1i cow Guarntee1 to be a good one andallnght X A B WALKER r Id No 1 Springfield Ky r r The ladt s of the Christian will give a raspberry supper st the Coprt I1 ouse this Thursday jeveniog frcm 4 to 10 t clock Proceeds for the bene fit ot the church uWANTEDToLumber will py highest rices ijeor sale Oak and Beach Flooring Wrrte iCo Ken tucky Hardwood Flooring CoaBeech Sct1 or JYoodlaad AvsLouisville Ky There is no excuse for one not- eeplng posted on uhe news vents We make son e remark i ably cheap offers of tie Louis ville daily papers in connection witlxthe FewsLeadeij See ad n the first page of thi issue TherwilI tJEi anothr game or call this Thursday l afternoon between the Spnngfieljis and the Louisville Sluggers The two lernms are evenly mattched and an jntlreting game iis lnitioipa tedi Admision 25 ceAts Game callecl at 3 oclock tr o L A swarm of bees topk posses sion of a switch lox at the top of a telepnone pole on Walnu street and proceededto make their home in it After consid erable trouble the warm was transferred to a hive which was raised to the top of the pole A Lawn Fete IS to pe iveaat the Grundy sprphans Home on n11Your Chi11s- Eyesight t IYou are responsible for the It w 10for3 when He reads or looks at apicture book does he hold itw too near or too far These Jittle thlngstrrow faster than the child and in many casescanlt inAtiec J We Especially Insist tn You I 1 kIgig tile Ciei In AJCI1 gtYfCf r WehiCk fiit t JSSLLF 5 F CLHKIJIE jI A4 S 1 Pluge i it tW1k TOPIGSI neit Priejay afternoon and even ing from to 10 pm The pro- SctJed 0f the evening are to be used towardsliuying a wagonelte for tbe phildren Befreshmenis served Admission 25c Every bodywelcome L6st at The Walton flotel an overcoat with aair of pew kid gloves in pocket Finder please return to ci MJRiCB L Artbe liedCrosj drug store a 0 cent box of Mi onastomach tablets is waiting for every weak stomach in BpI I gfield Money refunded if Mi ona falls jyA Jobnsonrthe cigar man- facturer has emolbved Mr E Caddis an experbcigar ma Iker who Is to have charge of the practicall work of the factory macufacItfGllen Lify Lakes No 1 and the C M Chord An attractive program has been arranged for the commence Catberinejwni day June 15th The alumnae anquet which will take place- ftcr the commencement will be feature o the entertaipment isM Wl Hyatt willl actaa toasimasters the banquet fIori J N Saunders of Stan ord has been invited by Spring field Masonic Lodge to Confer the degrees on a class of fiv- andidates Monday night June 5th Mr Saunders js said toe one ofth best m the state in giving these degrees All mem erg of Springfield Lodge are requested to be present Visit iMlsons are welcomed changedoas had charge about a year re- ires nd is succeeded byMr Hamiltpn Robertson Mr Robertson has had considerable experience in the hotel business and will doubtless prove a popu lar man in a popular pIaceMr Rice and his Tivife have made many friends in Springfield hoI WiU to litveregret see them Th May Fa rifCh pleroft the tJnited Daughters of the Confederacy was entertained by Mrs yF Grigsby qn last Sat rday An in erestinp program OarrieDurrettand Lee in a well prepared paper and Miss Nellie Green read an ble account of thife of Jeffer on Davis Mrs Oscar Walker read a very entertaining paper on local reminiscenses DeWltts Little Early Rizers the fa bythe II I 0o 0 2 Mo HI iI iTeeth ex Itractied without f PAIN orIDANGER ieNo charges j when plates iare wanted S Ir Abb WORK Done in this office is firstclass I in every respect ahd just as ad iivertlsed I I I it 1YSTALLARDDaSSprfnifleld S S Sff Democratic Convention The Democrats ofWashington county held a convention at the Court House here on last Satur tray afternoon for the purpose of awing delegate to the Sta convention which meets it Lex ington this week T Scott Mayes was chosen chairman and- y J Sbarpa Secretary Reso lutions were offered and adopted instructing the delegates to cast the vote of Washington county as the niajoritv of those present decided The resolutions en dorsqd Ron William Jennings Bryan for President anacom mended Hon Ben Johnson for his ecord in the National Con gress Hon T gcott Mayes was urged to become candidate for delegate from the Fourth Congressional district to the goodDemocrats tywho desired to do were authorized to go as delegates Drowned in Salt River- A special from Taylorsvil tells of the drowning of a young man in Salt river as follows Ely Siiyderan insurance II agent of Bloomfield was dr 0d m Salt river When he wI ted to cross the stream at Fore mans ford This is at all times a dangerous ford but it lSes peciallvso when the river is as full as it isat present Mr Sny rfer drove into the streamv and hishorse became unmanageable him from thethrowing buggy ETjscnes for help were heard by j women who live near the ford They saw Jim when he was thrown from the buggy and stood helplessly watching him ag he struggled the swift stream un til he sank about two hundred yards bel wTh river was dragged and the body was J found Sunday Mr Snyderwas the son of the late Glay borne 8nyder a prominent citizen of Nelson county The young man t was about thirtyfive years of age Heis survived by a widow and two small children It The deceased was knovn at this place he havingbeen in this county on business He was connected by marriage with Dr wT Stallard of this place isJ sister having married Dr StalrI lards brother For Rent j JA grocery room formerly occupied by Irvine McEIroy and office formerly occupied by W KIR9bertson RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER L- BCANDYI More pf that good candy coming We have been out of it bra few days but we now haveafne and fresh supply on the way Yes it is the RBD SAND BRAND that kind we sell at only lOc per Ib You cat buy as good elsewhere for 2Qc per lb This shipment has some special pieces in it too They are Lemo lade Props ire boxes and Korea Nut Bon B nsand Princess Strawberries Both delicious and they cost you only lOc per lb Some Specials FOR SATURDAY JUNE 13 1908 JLEMONS per dozen 15c PINE APPLE CHUNKS 2 cans for 15CrK CAULIFLOWER 1 can for 18c t SUGARrlT pounds for 100 CBOCOLATE8caks for IQc APPLE BUTTER 35c can for 30c SOAPS 0 bars 8 D and K W for25c1Lenox7for25c EARS WhIteHorse 1 can foi 25c EIOJJ Jibs beat for 25c COFFEE a 4ib can for 25c We stHl buyXeggs payjng the highest miarket prices v Come In to see us Sat urday and eteqme of the bargains we offer ryitonce and see if it doesnt payl McELROYSH1DER v 811J3d WO waNY uai 71 r I II I Z tjto 0 zC Iz c oC otrJ co C 2 C II- IiI Iia C t E BARGAIN SKIRT h AND WAIST SALE 11 Beginning June 15th to the andUiderwearj = 11 ALL MILLINERY 11 Ill Willbe cleared out atless than cost 1f1 V JUNE 15 to 20 = WILLJA MS IIp- r IWI Death of T M Lanham lL MrTM Lanbam awellI known and Popular citizen oT the county died in Louisville last Saturday atthe Gray Street Infirmary of intestinal tubercu llosis He had been in failing Ihealth for several months und wfcs taken tq Louisville about tthree weeks ago to undergo an operation He failed to be bene ifitted by the operation and his death followed His remains were brought to this place for burial The funeral took place I on StloseMrs j who had many friends in the county where he wasborn and reared Up until five orsix years iago he lived on a farm in the St Atthatltime IIIbSSII i to the asylum Their oldest ageIJ an inmate of the asylum Four othersmaller children are being cared for by relatives j The deceased was a man of the highestsense of integrity and commanded tile respect of alf with whom he was thrown in contact lie is survived by two sisters and a brother His broth er is Mr Miles Lanham of Au bnrn Illinois PERSONAL V tMissspents Tuesday in Lebanon v0 l Mr Ark Thompson of Leba non was in town Sunday Mrs AR hultz visite rela tives in Lebanon this reek Mrs pR Litsey is visiting her parents in the country Mrs G F Boslev is visiting hersister Mrs C A Green Hon John W LeWis is inJJ Frankfort on Legal business Mrs G IP Carpenter of De tt catur Ala is visiting relatives here IAMis Brown is visiting her Brother Mr Meyer at ThTn vine V Rickets Buulware has returned from a visit to relatives in Henry county Mrs Howard B McElroy en tertained the 500 club Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs Wiggmlon of FaIrfield are visiting rots M w Hyatt Miss Catherine Spalding and Mr Will Hagan were in town Sunday Wallace Duncan who has beenI taking a cotirae laf State College isat hom r Mr and Mrs TM Begley of Texas neighborhood ale in Lou Isville this week Mr Wpodson Moss of Win Chester was here on business li Saturday night t Mr and Mrs WrsF Grigsby are yisltins triends at Maple Hill and atSloomneld Mrs OElipa Boswell of Gravel Switch iis here visiting her son Mr James Boswell bOOrIai Robert MayeS has returned home from State College to spend the vacation Mrs J H McClure has re turned from Vine Grove where she visited relatives MrsBQlJeKayfishas returned to Indianapolis after a few weeks i visit with relativesi J Mr SamE Jones and jEfrtil of Parson Kan is visit ling his mother herek Mr Sam Anderson and little s n drove through the country to Louisville this week iMrsj Jennie Redding spent Monday wivh Mrs Fred Hagan Misses Carrie and LidaOI m cuts of Lebanon spent Monday with Misarpre EdelenIMrs Pius children are guestat the B Fc Simms home this week Misses Annie Mayes and Eleanor Duncan Visited friends in lebanon last week Mr and Mrs Robert CravohF of LouisvilleVe visiting their aunt Mrs W K Marks Mrs Matt C May esiwill enter ainat euchre this afternoon iin honor of Mrs C P Bosleg Miss Mae Bell Gibbs has returned from Bardstown where she visited iss Sara Wilson Mrf Proctor Shewmaker of Princ ton Ind is here on ii countyrMr and Mrs Henry Barker of Louisville visited Mr and Mrs j A Johnson this week IMrJobnR Barber and little grandson Hamilton Barber were in Louisville one day llast week Miss Flaget Simms and guest Mss Eula Wathen are visiting Mrs W P Spaldtngof Lebanon Mrs JanieWilJitthasreturned from Louisville where she visited her son Mr Irvine Wimsett ROVeAlaMrs WD Jlaybrooke the past week s Mr Damon La ham ofLpuis ville came out to attend the fun ral of Ris uncle Mike Liar ham MFss Pearj Clay brooke has re turl1edfrom Lexiagjn Where he visitedher sister Mrs J D Turner MrS Jennie Eubanksand Mrs John Siler of Lancaster were guests of Mrs Jce F Pettus last weelr ir Mr and Mrs Medley and daughters Misses Margaret and Altbaire ere in Louisville Tuesday Miss Mary Lampton and Mrs Byron Croake are attending the Baptist association in Ljuisville his week t Pro t S D Kesner who served ds teacher in the Springfield Graded School has returned to Stanford Dr and Mrs M W Hyatt and sons visited at the home of Mr and Mrs J D Motchat Bloom field llast week Hoed Cunningham Wathen Simms and Shaker Roberton attended the ball game at Bards town Tuesday Rev W H Williams is in Louisville this week to attend the meeting of the Central Bap Mst AssoOlationfft Frank Latbam of this place accompanied Mf1tfHesLanbanl to Auburn 111 where he will remain for sometime Mr Mifes Lanham of Aubfirn Ill was called to this placa the Drst oftDeweelc by the detth of his brother Mike Lanham 1 Major LWbartbnis spe d ing theTveekt at home taking a rest from his duties as government storekeeper guager v Miss Fannia Smith of Bloom field was here the first of the week Sue was accompanied borne by Mjss Mabel Price Miss Hadgie Brown entertain ed the 500 Club Tuesday a ter noonMrs W E Leachman wqn t1eprize1 a Christy picturet J Mrsjf C A Green gave a euchre Monday afternoon ifl honoripl her sister lrs O F Bosley who ishetguettbis week i a Mr and Mrs Ruei Footer returned yesterday and are at UomiT from the present at Mrs Amanda FosteVshomtfon Gr n illy Avenue v rMr George EVM dlef came in from Owensboro SaturdayJ Mr Medley Says thai his distil haye closed downftera very sjsfu1season a C Royle NQrm nwQo iben Visiting her parents j fr and Mrs Henrj L ftchmaBV iiristiiiig er sister Mrs Aich Hays in LoaisviliiB rMr J IReglnald Clements a former Spritgleld boy who has been living in Kouisvr le for k r SpeciaiIH 1 I LiILi i This stockcontajns sornrnkhtY hiCi I ISilk and 5ateeif Petticoats Silk and LLingerie Waistst Voile anil Pah IamrSHirtsTi Stylisht Jackets f I Splendid line ofMpsJin I IIUnderwear Kimonas j rand DresSf J 1n rappers t i I I jII i I Df us l i I III iIh ii I c d i 1 tt I IIY I Ladies SulImerVet9c Each v t 4711 Soap 15c J 1JI r Talcum iSo IiMelnensI H000Ier c9tton 5c 1 4iFISee the bargains we are ff Clothing and hoes 1ii1 I a f llobertsouOlybroftkc CojI III It I INCORPQJIATLD i JJ Iit I4 4 I LADIESImI YdEAR J i1 i A0 1 I We have just reivdbeautu1 i Iine of LadiesShirt Vyaistsa fine as t sortmentat RightPricesa I t SHIRT WA1ST iJ iI iAt 75c to 6OO jt Indies Shirt Waist Suits well rimmd tc iJand of good style 3 to 6 TfiM 1IIt goods were bOlght l te andatprjces which wilhenahle us to dispose of therrij II iISpecialI Drivei For he next 10 days we v111 make a t special drive on Lawns and WhIteI Goods We hiave some beautiful plrti K trrisandinvitean inspection i f GR0HDY fi McIBTlKE if V A A AA A A A AM A A A II several years was here oae day laret week He is now practicing law in Louiville Miss Florence Lyne who his been aguesfe of Miss Francis Martin several weekg returned to Lexington Tuesday j accom paniedby Miss Martin who will Ispendal week at that place Miss EmUy Collier Bird oT St John Wpod of London Eng1 arrived Monday ito visit her sister Mrs Ed4 RnssfeU Her niece MissOatherinq Rdseflmet Miss Bird in liouisville Miss BirdSnactnotseeii her sister bffoi or twenty three years 4lr W B Spears left Monday Ififtirmin am Aiotteedof erte Veterans Mc SrTMIis 84 years old andt t futureto 8Iytga here will be lew older and none moreaotive 1penjjr t1joldcirirads thin 11 ke those ioOtIIi the Hele iatii9n totfc pemecralgc eon Vtatton at Lexington Wrs the following Judge IB Thurnfcn t T S Hayes WCMcChodW R Selecman J R Gore LsrbBarns JSJ Bbrfrt rH 1 GJaybroolce BL Ieejr 7J W ACl emtet JJft Gj 0 Berto i NLcfrom LpiYiUe M lW4jiJr Jtwhere he apfeanT betof s ff StateBordof JKnoelee Mii At 11stand the eLar r k 1 state cecHlc e to pra ii tjitbo Dr b4aMcing yeas he has Aerec for eeee aptrecl IB Ke tackf 1 iiittd ini twaie 31 k t tbMh will hays odCeIS Is reeringS tN1- L Cream V t H1 s iiii WtllIElllt w oe v AM sa WMII1 PUSR SUIT av LaIst cJJIIJSaow MO 5RED CROSS DRUG STORE rT a f 7 r TW TL to1Wife SU C tsePsrfc c J ARsi Fyhv Y W Mrs JMuIcaski of Evanstont III j iids1oit S and ltGtfdfPJ I Rejj trltJFth toe tb lorse j vktek M IiUkXu1ukJatp d iisr 4 Hwto with wIre harnessed C Jr tsie x Mlcaskl is 1 I T rMni oN and her appearance aa 4t twltel tlj Uavlly laden cart arousAl iu iiafay of th J town MM irouutu Ws harnes ed to the wupt a1 JtjriMi Iad b ep5a horse with byr71 1A xos pro flptly to the hus tj i i and Glddap y ML III iHWf t seed ta mind the ntten tte vHikji ibtlatttacted It was learn 4 tiiai the wOnin had been drawing Hi Cftiiia the abarb8 Of the city for t dayttI Mto tktty proiWr where she created k t aeenaaton MnAeiiki explained to questioners 1 that Wi iorse had died sevetal weeks f orI t LLSleepsi Over Bis Coffin FacE of an Eccentric Ciricinnati Millionaine Who Is Always iflrl piOr Deatfi Caskets jn Bedroom of 2or One For r Himself and one Forfe L t 1Iw4id you Utelto sJeep over j 7 o1catn every ghtThe ai Mire pjMwoa will shuddJer at the mezj 4tog4it of sjach proposition It k jjMt eyery one w cares to have tt kte ejrujcofflu kept in the house where I be is iftfeg and in fact there are but few ipfcecould be to even con r Mer each a thing Ebra husband and wile tokave wooden overcoats for tfctHwelves which they keep In their 1home ready to receive them when the last summons comes seems extraor ilmary Thattheyshoutd keep the 0tiertheir beds and sleep over bpnttpatciLr03 aYetCkrIe C Breuer and his wife rKrI GtorgKLee Breuer residents of CtecfeaAtis ifashlonable l CUt toa andSreputfed to be worth 1000 J fit bIo are doing all these things and to 1 tfetek agteing of it At the first men WOMAN TO XIi h raisedVbut the of the house stood firm In his resolution it out and now she thinks no more of the Itinderthe bedS than she would tth y shirt waist boxes Mouths ago Mr Breuer fearing thai j Idea4b might oyertakei him and lila wife i wlthoulpreparations having been made for K aye4he to nwcll known handtrf tri J vheavy solid mahogany lined with cop 11 erJthrongliourflud especiallyprepareiT L fOf heiBJRtlcal scalIng 4 ThesS two caskets althpush Uvu Ini rappearauce are said to have ost In 1neighborhood of 500 each it re- quiredvMgreutf deal of Jabor midex ij pense tp mahufactuie them The copper lining is nearly three quarters oran inch thick so as to a inritkstaBd the corroding elements ia fl WithdPStr peechless After a silence of flf teen years Isaac Hollar or RcksvilleiiEa waffinovcd to 1ri talk to his wife a few days ago Mr Hollar lad taken a vow uever to speak to Mrs after ri quarrel in which he declared that she had enoudt talk to do rOt both and that nny conic elTortou blspart would be ciowdinff the family ifecle So for fifteen years be kept silent rte wes riiovcd to chanjre his mia tiJ a ja tresslng had r j happened lo nls wlfe While she was t In an excited frame pC mind and rS L ensrazefl in jremmding hhn ot his shw t SIX eter iAA1l tl a we mIJfn terIa tiarnc yeariiaye appeared bo fort t ftionisKiliiUlitary author tics r at to phrtigjfpaio In tho drnw 4 lag oCbijoft compuisory service in BKt anoy The case which Is probably I j PFthe most record la ox plainMl by IHc fact tlmt tn thOI1ttI iJ petJr k tQ tvo vets ot trlplcts J lb same year the flt set being born h Jiuary and tbo socoud tltlrlog tbr ttr ItijIoOwJntt T f1i1JA ago and that he Jvjasjtoo poor to b vaI nev one lIesaId Ii WaS compene Jl nothing for hlin to lo except to have his lyife draw the crt She waits pa husbandIclothingMany toIIwas wilting tto subsfttute for afiorse there was no law otop her horSeII askedirknUniyI harIlessIwhen it Is filled ri h junk arid It Is Impossible for me t draw it without the harness 7 Has Tjso f brought suburb carried r1 on proper embalming U r Breuer belle es the bodies of his vife and hlms lf will remain in th ii natural state or many the com is made Mr Brqj er arranged t with the udertatler for be- cnibalming and cviry detail of lie burial even to tl e depositing of be deed for the burla Jrcttingthe c n traIt fort the tlggf oftbe gurves d the bull ng ofajnwsslve nionumept which now bohr iewn out ot gi n Ite Not only we e the arlangem ti for all this fully in u lint the bill as demanded and palr1 full Mr Bee r took the receipts inil locked them in a safety ieposii ijox For several mon hs the casketSw re allowed to remain In the care of he undertaker But oiiie weeks ago jirouer conceived the Idea that It 0ivouldand so hp had them taKeo to his palatial I home in Clifton Ft re t THE WAS FitiGHTENED DBA master fere order they were placed fnier the beds In the sleeping room wlure they probably jyiH remain until those for whoiuithey were made are ready to become occur Hjtiits of theiri and be taken to their last resting placev Rut few knew ofHhe removal of the coflitts from the tmbrtnkors to the Clifton heaTh until a serv tnt sent on an errand to the house peered into the bedroom and saw the caskets under the beds The woman was frightened half to death and Old not muster up v bitoge enough to tell her friends of what she saw until sev era weeks afterward Mr Breuer makes no pretense of se clay about his fuuernl arrangements nlthmtgh he gays himself he does not igxplict to dleTfor a few years yet W4iy shouldnt I be iTrepnreU said he 9I UE living well Jiow and want to be assured that Tit be buried right vie nI aui death Im not going tobe yut awjuy in a flimsy cofflur Wife Hubbv Talks Now Hollar Ou1Xacr accident Amtirkrp remarkable + centuries Having residence neighbors comings her tongue suddenly bqcaniij pttraliicd so that In a second she be n111e steeeb1eS111 Hollar at irstcould not believe it was true It ioemed too good Then when lie sawthat there was no chauci fa comeback he ndtlissecl a few rc marks to Mrs IIoIhJlie rOil to heights of oratory njuljn an irapas rioncd manner he made up for nil the golden opportunities he 1had neglected Ail his criffc could do Avaa tj make mo 1tlouS Up to today she has not io- fiiiiitPd her pccch anti SU Hollar is 11IiSSr rnmyjne ig lat nuisance in Paris theaters the theater committee bf the municipal council has decided to recommend drastic action The cow mittee proposes thatJfLyry spectator shall have the righfbrOjuet the pq lice officer on duty In tjhethcaf- or the removal of any h t wfiiSr pi cuts an uuobstiuctcd i1ew5of tl1 stngc It te tcaror refnes ttocon ilr ttbiofltter lUatrrJtT er tf cloT id- t = = 1S0 i t tIM+ Oc f r fI+ j HL 4rt 1 A fW r thinS 2L A auB jij dteitract srffi i MMniisflMo nrocn hrood t Scotfr Einuts7ot t 44riiirb 5Ldayneight 5 we AND IGo Kentuckys First Distillery Tbe farm of Stephen A Eitchie along the Beech Pork iiver4isi considered historic ground in Kentucky for here in the early days of the Century was erected the first sour mash distillery known in this c 11itryIt was built and the first whisky wqs made in it byilohtr Eitohie t Scotchman who djecTiV Nelso county in 12 at anadyai ced age Ritciiie was one of the pioneers of the ailatean Indianfighter and an origina occupant of f Linns fort He was the first man to leave the fort andlui1cj an independent building t 1he bouse is ab ut two miles fixui the spot Vtbere Linr 1S Tort stood and bout 200 yards from the hbjise are theruins of the distillery The rdistillery was eighteen feet square pne story high with pun heob floor and was Constructed ol cedar logs whItwere in a1m stperfts- tateot prejservation at thp lime iit Vas torn 3ownn recent years j5this structure tile meal was mashed ami went through the necessary fermentation li after which there beer was arried over to the stjll in buckets and the proqess of distillatilnn com pleted To the left of the distillery tire tJ be seen the ruins of the ur tiace where the still was located The water necessary for the manufacture tf the whisky was furnished by a nevcjrfailing spring of ice cold water which ippburejd from ilie rocks a short distance train the distillery 0By John Bitchies method of didnotliquor but notVithstandlngthis- fact nouerh wffs made to enable RUchiie to make at least one trip a year to Memphis or New Or= Ileans with a supply of the bever age He would form a company anion his neighbors and load ing aflatboat with his product whicti was incased infold Ash ion ed woodenhooped barrels where a ready market would be found fbiit With the proceeds ourdothsaries which would be transput ted back to Kentucky by means of ox team John Ritchie liesI today in an unmarked ravein Nelson coun ty Sis secret however has never beep forgotten and its practicaj appliCation goes on In a magnificent scale in the old Commonwealth Bardstown Standard Weak Wornenshould try Dr Shoops hcalingantistoI MvMymany valuable hints to women and it is tree Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wigh to mail it Ask the Doctor in strictest confidence any questions you wish answered Dr Shoops Night Cure is sold by The Red CJross Drng Store t Small Pox in Marion j A few cases of small pox in tile Bradfordville precincttha8 been carefully quarantined by our worthy County Judge and no alarm is teL because of them Last Saturday two persons by the name of Way man parsed through Lebanon suffering from the disease having leTs some point ir Kansas to escape a pest house aridi we it to their friends somewher in the neighborhood oLMajLt M Dyes As they did not seem to have any rcru pies agput traveling it public conveyances while in such condi tion Judge Burton thought they might likely desire to visit the show which exhibited here yes terday and as a caution for the heal h of others he had them qukruiitiued No alAjin seems to be felt now of it spreading Marion Leader Bighead Is of two kinds conceitand the bit head that comes from a sick head ache Does your head ever feel like a gourd and your brain led loose tact sors You cart cure it in no tithe by acting on your liver with Ballards Herbiue Isnt it Iwocpi trying for he aosolute arid certain relief youll DrugStore LVClass Postoffice In the annual readjustment off Ppsmaster ssalary at Washing tor Lebanon was iaUed from 1000 to 2000 thus makng it a secpnd class oflice This is Sue to the excellent business management Postmaster B T Contty and the steadily increas tag business under his manage merit During hi administration the busiuessof the cftice has in J I creased iBO per cent gratultte him on tle hope that there will 0IIraises in his salary L adr1 J Deafness Cant be Cured by local applications asjthey cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There Is only one way to cure deaf ness nd that isbV constitutional jemedtes Deafness is caned by an inflamed condition of the macojis lin Tug of thee Eustachian Tube When this tubepB inflafled you have a rum hung soundof itnperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the result and unless the inflatna tion can be taken out and this tube re etoredto iits noruial condition bear- Ing will be distroyed forever nine cases utoftenare caused by Catarrh which Is notoinfl but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surface We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by cataitb that cannot be ured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for cir culars free F J CHENEY Co Toledo O Soldby Druggists 7jc Take Halls Family ills for consti pation- Another Mysterious Rain f A correspondent writing toI TfaeTimesirom SliccHock says Another example of rain rail itjgjn onq particular spot and that when the sky was perfectly clear has been witnessed in the Slick Rock country Are days ago Mrs J H Chism wassur pHsed to notice quite a shower Of rain falling in front of her kitcheh door and not a sign of a cloud visible though the rain Was sufficient to bavS vetamanI in his shirt sleeves When her husband came in at noon Mrs Chisir called his attention to the fact Unwilling to believe any thing supernatural was causing this phenomena they sift about to discover the nitural ause of it They observed that rain was falling just beneath avers rank grape vine and upon exI aminiug the grapavinefoud itj infested with a vast number qf little striped bugs about thelsize but hardly the shape of light ning bugs from which this rain was continually I lIi gSince then quite a number of their neighbors hive witnessed iit and all are willing to testify to the above facts It is thoughtjthis little buiraws the sap rom the grapevineand thisiis what forms the rain Now they would like to know if the Glasgow Junction rain which so puzzled the people of that place a few months ago could have been explained in this natural A YGlasgw Ti fsI Cure Hemorrifaqcs of the Lungs everal years since Tny lungs were so badly affected that I had many hemorrhages writes A Ake of Wood Ind I took treat men with several physicians without any benefit I then started to take Follys Honey and Tar and my tlungs are now as sound as a bull tt I r omm tid itin advanced stages of lung trouble Foieys poney fnd Tar stops the cough and heals the ungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Oioss Drug Store The Deadly Rattler Messrs W g and C 0 Mat son while looking oyer some timber land on what is known as the Tucker farm near Brad fords yulel Tuesday m rning of this week killed a veryMarge rattle snake The Messrs Matron were in about four feetof the deadly reptile when Mr C 0 Matson first spied it while be waslnathe act of llghfing favorite lpeI The snake was nicely coiled and rattling at a furious rate and Mr Matson recognized that the snake was in a position to do business and from his rattling Billing Mr C C deferred the matter jf filling his pJpe BIrd held the cnakewhile Mr WG killed it by bruising is head The snake was a little over four feet long with a good body twelve rattles and a button indicating a sojourn in those knobs or elsewhere frfifteen year The snake was pesened by the Messrs Matson to Mr Chas JCohert who will place him in cohpl andjassign him a pace n his large and select piivate museum fSOn ascending the knob on an opposite side frc m where this snake was klled and before they had met irnwithii tlreae gpntre orIfoot llong andquit1small It was nofrpld enough to have a rattle butrthere was ntj mistaking its identity It escaped however asit was soon lost in the under growth To the average denizen of town the Tucicerfarm seems Id bo agoqd place to keep off of Lebanon Leader DWs41vl Ww P11 IknM 3M t ItIBuilds Force a 32t Bring Fancy Price Glasgow Ky The mule supply in this section is this scarcest known and thefw that are being sold are bringing a remarkably high price In St Louis where ordinarily plenty of mutes can be round it is almost impossible to purchase any andI it is claimed by those who know that the reason is that theUnitedI Stats iis shipping alll the mules to foreign markets Qyer 40000 otthese animals afe ufeed in Panama canall And as Ihe tbeII is hard many of thisiiumber every year a d have to be re pIm the United States It is beiieyed tHat ihis continued demand which will go on far several years will keep the price of mules up and as a result the farmers everywhere vedeI cided to turn their attention to this iindustry j To stop any pain anywhere in 20 minutes simply take jjust one of Dr Shoopg Pink Pain Tablets Pain means congestion blood pressure away from pain centers After that pain is gob Headache Neuralgia painful periods with women etc ge t instantjielp 20 Tablets 25c Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Care of Live Stock A recommended remedy for mange on calves and cows Is to apply a partt flour sulphur andufour parts vaselhie to bald patcues once a day It has been found that poultry with deep angular breastbones have to be fed longer to make them look well and will therefore eat a great deal more feed than tile one with the plump breastbone The bull should be fed good nouri IsWng food but not of a fattening na ture There should be some sort of froughage mongwith the corn oats or bran he gets He should be thrifty but not fat active but not sluggish Sheep on the Farm There are but few farmers who could pot keep at least a few sheep The tni ial expense of fencing having been Overcome the keeping of a flock of from eighteen to twentyfour ewes would cost very little and the farmer would soon realize that he had a good investment Of course there are difficulties as occnsiootiHII year with another the flock master can count on a very fair interest on his in vestment Green Food For Hens Grassis an essential portion of the ration for liens and if they are con fined and cannot have access to green 0foddlengths for them reducing the con centrated foods lu order not only to avoid overfeeding but to afford the hens that which is appropriate for the purpose of egg production as grass contains a large share of nitrogen and mineralI matter The best grtiss for hens Is white clover Kale is an excellent substi tute and young plants of all kinds In eluding the tender weeds are highly relished Tillage Versus Sod Mulch In a recent fruit growers conven lois Professor Hedrlck read u paper on Tillage Versus the Sod 1lrcl1ln vhich tillage lied decidedly the better otit All the points lnthis paper seeined to prove that with rare excep planrorchllr r reap the largest returns Most of the persons who adopt the sod mulch plo caPetforget the inulcjj but In ipany cases they also take the easy way in other orchnrdprnctlcesc Oiling the Harness Pays t OIling harness Is a task that farmers generally put off too long It Is jJust the work for stormy weather One iluart pf neatsfoot oil wlll be sufficient for double hiimess Wash the harness well with soap and water nail bang in a warm room overnight to dry Next day It will be In good condition to re ceive the oil Atfd a little lampblack to the oil to color it Apply with rag or brush rubbing It well into the leather and hang In a vann roonlover night Next day rub well with a dry cloth and ft will be ready for use Harness thus treated Is much easier tto Jjjtndlc Mud far loss liable to cause pills to ti l1olgIIl1ndliiear much longer S rilhln the memory of ian nil tile iiuiuioH nccixdlfpd IP Catholic courts have boon obliged to sacrlHce theIr Jtcards anti unistacbcs Those accred Itcdl to lufideT countries on the other hand van allow their facial hair to de velop at leisitre This Is why M Tucci the new nuncio at Brussels who was magnificently bearded at Constantino nia vijilhmonti faced at Brussels t KILLTHICOUCHI WITH Dr kingsI j Now Discovery ij FOR T11CAlDAUlTHROATANDlUNGTROUBUEIGt111UJl OR MONEY BEPUNDED 1 r r H j1Whatcureyou ycxrsa t i iBut one medicine will not cure every kInd of sckress hecIue thf1igmedicInes act on dIfferent parts of the body One medicine foe to the Hvtir Sft another to the spine of Car9u1t 77 irVIne thewomany organs So that L Oarduihas H ft womanly disease TiVfc1 1 Mra War Tumor of BarIarIIIOll nites I dndtqrS tth J olirl1lrYltbout roflef My back and head Would hurt mandlI suffered1 took Wine of Cardui and nov I mfI JOOd 1HaIth SoIdf8l COO1Wi61Mar 1i JtIIIL a1oo I WRITE USA LETTER = r 5 JIf 4It A tag from a 10cent piece tjrill count FULl vale f tI1A tag from a 5cait piece will count HALF vale 1 if I rlIiS f 45j I Ir4 Ir4ioBAcco 7 jit t t iiwr tfC r f i4 l1 i4 with valuable 1 tagsJ1 1 IIllIll rIj T It It fJ1 T 0 Save your tags from 5OLD STATESMANGRANCER TWJSTM- MtorWtrkiMM SaIIIr PrMt Hirti SfiN Ivy JTi H 3ar Huds OWHwiwty JjM Jl Ig Fit r v i t 6McBV OMNMli Tll ttT ri w 12d TsumuujJ l l ait r t i SCouponsfrorn iS MANS PRIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKHC PIcNIC Tintr tF OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL Iml SiMklm GILT EDQE ira tai Itr1IstYeIow Strips from BUSTER t r T r r P Tags frorxtthe above brands are good fiXthe folio win MiItsuseM presents as shown by catalog L i i Vfr + 011 t ltJ Gold Cut Buttons 50 Tags Tagsif Tags QtnUemans h200 Tags wtJrr tBestMany mercHants have supplied themselves with patents with wfcidi to redeem tags If you canhorhave your tags redeemed at hone write Jr 15 x vI 5 us for catalog L1 Ii r4 IP PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COH ML A New and Terrible Cannon Recently a new Invention has been Introduced lu the manufacture of can foils Increasing their range and re sistance to explosion It was first u edIr on a Jarge scale in other countries but It is nevertheless the invpntlou of M Schultz captain of French artillery a canrion of steel wire and is con 1111Is thus Two hundred l0l1 elghty of steel wire of quatlranfni tar cross section three millimeters wide and one inllljnieter thick are called about a number of longitudinal steel bars which constitute the tore of the cannon The wire Ila heated so that when It cools and shrinks It err cts a pressure which holds the pieces forming the bore very firmly The ad vantage of such cannons Is that they are stronger they offer a greater re s stance to circumferential strain and can be constructed at halt the price of others A perforating projectile frW a piece of this kind c4n plrce particu larly hard steel plate equal In thick ness to Its caliber Thus a shell tram one of these cannons pierced a plate twenty centimeters thlck reenforced by an oak mattress thirty centimeters and found Intact burled 240 meters In the earth Where shall we stop in this Cdeath dealing process George Orpsrorv in eopolitantMjiaithe Clover in Hog Raising The Iowa experiment station has furnished some interesting figures which are entitled ttp a careful exam ination One lot of ten pigs averaging sixty j ounds In weight at the cgtu nlnp of the test were put ou clover pas ture July 24 and allowed the run of that pastury uutll November 134 pe riod of sixteen weeks They were fed corn lIn connection with the clover and consumed 410 pounds per 100 pounds ofgain An ace of clover pasture under those con dltloas produced 4QO pounds of pork during the sixteen week period men tioned a pretty good in Ca rot of clover Timothy pasture unde 1 similar conditions produced 278 pounds of pork per acre The ten pigs on thW pasture con sumed 451 pbuljids of corn per lOg pounds of giin The bulletin in which this experiment Is recorded states that the bogs oh tlover pasture wade 87 per ccitt more rapitl gains than those feel expensive concentratest t inconncctiou With corn In the dry lot and that they produced 30 per ceut more rapid gain J than the lot on timothy pasture fed corn asa grain ration One was tins suhcrcd a gool denim past years as a result of Ivy poisoning writes that a very tUraple arid tre tlvp cure is the application to the affected part lot a paste uinde by niobtenlng freiri ban Tood ucs with Water Our Crlcl tatc tluu this seluJiu faili I fto Ivo imccdiato relief Where an individual pupil in the town or country school becomes a source of more injury tq the Industry and government of the school which he attends than he derives in benefit reducational advantages which 1rromlhe It Is time that he was his walking papers audtold to get out Specific instructions sent out with al most every cream separator put on tub market aro to the effc ct that the ma chine should be thoroughly washed and scalded each times jt Is used Wlinn It is considered that in extreme cases slovenly patrons do not clean their separators otcuer than once a week itj Is not surpriHfjfg that the use Of theJ separator In some localities is not TQ suiting In a materially iznproveJ dairy product k t When yOuti appetite is ppr ase Mona stomach tablets The Red Ocoss Drug Store sells them at 50 cents a box Money returned if they dki not 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JaOtIlbI J 11t11 V r J 2 = IILI I r ilTHEJIST INKEN1UcYI tjvThis reptltaUo him bo 1 tabiished byJThs LOow U i flerafd ilPftilit11l wfc all the time Dtrmf Uiisv t JPresidea tial year yoa w ta metropoI tin daily wppr JitIdditton to J1j ur lR mm psjssi mdyon can Ittlr ibb4 niby orderinf TtMi Hra4d ii kcpnjieciipn with ibe I Hv tLEADER The HuhF sstoi corrspondojtts iaiIsrdtijroughollt 1be OCMIkt ep cBUy in Washink D C s able it to give fllju4 acc r i I rpotti of the eomdiUoo am develop i We b Y lIpil sJubhinjr si rangementa jrilhvtJMieB U4 t t3OU tI 1r sunurThn LOiJTille Ri1IdirS c S hpewItvsWIdm ejr ad BJ ddr ire prompt a45t4 tHersmf k adwilZ ra very short ilme MriHL he i weakesiedkjdnsys aadLI t tfarisingi frofc JMllMrtwti or pf M bldcr They are r i PB i J gPharmacyi i j fA 1 i jp AtsWgj- 4J i J craysst5cout frie1O rNi p abtpktiriz ae Yo cAM ak4OOperp1P6OOper wWk- atiples i ur r t l+ R5JMpl1 f t t ALa ai k 2 sftea tioibtake iaps4M t an1nfati a post hsltk Tte eIt 3Lhat ttt child ha It1 uoariikt I bsAd l abytarvv actlalb nWkiWa CreaM VersBlr f eatfef the worms iJod CMJiUf the child sure and safe Pric 25 Qcnwrv Sold by thfeKed Ort pulStor