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TtoaI A Qkapter No teiezy eHl Tieeday t llit riijrfteld Co mcil JoS2 meet or ser t41trtk tOtan olTwt MAC xaiKS Meet UlVq iieC- WKodol For Indigestion itwf Boarmatte Ct a tt iMrrMtfeKg7 i CsT ktWhatYout LJlTOO1r r 7T jr i wT I 77JJ31 F NEW =jJ3ADER 0 Iiififii OBSERVATIONSSqt IfDI14I1NIYWIUY Imottjust your flit JttLle alittlej itfvI- tftwill j help o eheart aijlilti j Lie alittleblt ttoatlook shocked andsay Imwrdng Tkurto sing so bold at songr tIt may kelp lift the load along If you use yaur honest wit Awl know when to lie a Jilt Stay trw a jolly skit Lie a little bit wjSayyouveLiaUttieblt a Say to Worry not athome BeAd old Longf ace forth to iroam Jiakejyour laughter lightasf bain Bveu when ycure troublehi j Truth wont help the hurt of t Better lie a little bit 11Give uc friends the benefltj Lie a lfttle bit Pralse their plans their pluck rid grit Lie a little bitt t Let them feel their faults are few Tell them theyre a jolly crew Do them good to think Its t Sonic day you ll be glad tft Tkoiit first you lied a fife j Maude E S Hyiners DAD QUESTION The good road question isoneirtrich it appears will be with us always and that is as lr should be for the wore it is kept before the public mind the quicker will ProbIfmthe state has had to deal with publlictravel Tfce result of these efforts has been far from satis ifying In someoontiesit is1 jfcrne where the money appropriations have been large or where the system of i oad working has been effective the rpads are kept in a fairly good condition On the Whole however it bas been dearly demonstrated that the resources of the various Bounties are inadequate to meet tHereqTilrenfeuts tIt beebt- hneOerthen that we must haye aid either from the state or from the ntional overnment in order to keep in condition our county roads and to build additionall andIprogresAt the next November election the people of Kentucky are to vote on the question of a coristi tutional amendment which will permit thestate to make appro priations to aid road improvement Iu order tq get a share of any national appropriation for pads iit will be necessary for the 7state to be In a position t cd bpera tbenationalhgovernment an4 it is understood hath Koyertiment will extend aid only tc those states which have made appropriations It should be gratifying to the mass of the people who JiVe in the rural districts of the country to llearn that much attention is beinjf given thein alter of good cnigressIrit d authorities time has arriyed when this roadvquestion will be given the attention from our national lawmakers which it de- serveS Millions upjn millio s- ufdpUar8areappropriated an nually for the improvement of uur waterways but the county roads over which 90 per cent of the interpalcommerceofth country is mQveaare being given slight attention by our law iscomingfhoweverwhenthisgleat tion will come in for its share of Kfntuckysl1ouldQef any appropriation which is to he made 1 A I IpOticeCommissioner of Agnculturas Burleyiobaccbtuclsy of lye goingshepress L a given out as an official estimate tad is official Of course the conntrycanwt or tbeiinaccuracies creepttforeason tUoua could ninenttSCtOl estimateIappears Jin crop of Burley for Kentucky ist 7Mr Iis given at about 135 jnHlkw ponndi Allowing for l i pattingdowjiNight Kiders intimidation tlnd for other cayses it is not reason ble to coun oil such a wholesale reduction We venture to say that we can pick two counties which will be bult two buj of a score of ptnsrs in which condi proiducemillion pounds We tated latt week that Washington counjy would produce this year ahalfr of that amount or 2500000 Since then we have hadestimates from reliable tobacco men who place the crop of Washington jcouniiy this year provided tlttj season is yorable at 3000000i pounds c 1nEvIoport issued from the same Kentucky Agricultural lDeprtDlent in 1904 or un er a previous ad ministration The Commissioner of Agriculture Mr Hubert Vree Jand at that time issudda le port on the tobacco crop of the State giving the figures by coira ties qswas not an estimate but purported to be reliable fig tires as gathered from theassess ors books of the various counties The crop of Washington county for theyear 1903 was given at 129150 pounds or abput what is grown on five good allYyear ld1atNews Leader at the time called attention to the blunder and re cevedaee call downh from the Commissioner who laid the re sponsibility on the county assess or from whom the figures are ob twined we iJfcnt krlow from what source Mr Rankin gets hisS estimates but he should find a more reliable one or re train from publishing such esti 1idiculousb1it may doharmIS THinkf IIii Sayad His lifev Si Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine says in a recent letter I have used Dr Kings New Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it caved my life 1 have found ita reliable remedy for throat and lung complaints and would no mor be without a bottle than I would be without ltrod For hearly forty years New Discovery has stood at the head of throat and lung remedies As A preventive of pneumonia and bealeruif weak llungs it ha jio equal Sold under guarantee at Haydpn Robertsons drug store 50c andlOO Trial bottle freex That 50OQP ff The Lincoln Farm Association will not spedd a red cent of Un cle dams cash on the touseum at the Lincoln farm if the ses of tbat bodjutadjouruedis the only recourse t6 the pockets of the old man The general impression is to the effect tllat the sum of 50000 tCongresstbai4 almuseumrat the Lincoln birthplace to house the iog cabin arid other relics of the war president but this is ainistake A bill au inprizing that amount for the above impose did pass the Senate but when it Breached the House Committee on Library it was buried in the rush of busi ness iu ttIme closing days of the session and was not resurrectHl- in time for that body to ratify the action of the upper House The intention of Congress was evidently good but aif fact is not going to pay any of the bills incurred iid the building of the museumThose who fathered the bill dial1 in their power to get through both houses and they deserve Credit for their untiring energy on behalf of the proposed appropriation bu t Congress which spent over a billion dollars of the peoplesl money didnt nave time to deote to such a apprOpriating500Q jf ihe birthplace ofr thenationsv- arprcs1dent I the Best Pills Ever Sold After doctoring IS years Jar chronic indigestion and spending over two hnndretHlbllars nothmgJias iCingsNwbest pills ever sold writes B F Ayacue ot Ingleside N CSoldwider guarantee at Haydon Rob ertsons drug store 26c Recording tor PijecUon f Mrs Callie YatesJ of color who livesOIL Water S1 eettha portion which tis familiarly known as rt down on GrraysdnV objpcts51 her daughter receiving the allentions Qf Mr Lpsh Smith She is very0strenuops in heriobjectibnsj or at s least has strjequous methods 6f recording them liavlng taken a few shots wltha istOat Mi Smith last Sunday evening as a mark of her displeasure We are not advised of the nature of Mrs Yatesobjectiongbut they seem to fee verypositive It thrb because of the joutbfulness of her d11ugb tar or maybe for other reasons she objects to her off sptings beau However thatj may be should the manner of MrS Yates in objecting to her daughters beau become general with mothers having marriage able daughter or those of sparking age it wilf make bea veryhardtocatCh The qharge of shooting without wounding was regtstered opI the record book of the sweating box an institution the expanses of which Mrs Yates has more than once kept out of the 15 ceritsper month class On an examination Before Judge Thom as she was held over to await the action of the grand jury Leba non Leader Young Man is Drowned Deatfej invaded the party corn posed of young men fro a Cyn thiana who were ili this city last Wednesday and Thursday en route to Mammoth Cave Asr told in the last sue of the En terprise the youn men w re traveling through the country in two surveys and a large wagon j and carried with them a complete camping outfit They camped on the Spaldine place nearly opposite the Mueller Wahen Kobert distillery I while in Lebanon anSI lefts Thursday afternoon to continue their journey Saturday morn ing onE1of the party was drQwn led while in bathing in Green following dispatch rivertTtle Journal Sun Cynthiana Ky June 6News was received here thjs afternoon announcing that Roy McllvaiT a memper of a party of young men who left here Monday for Mammoth Cave was drowned while bathinjg in Green riyer Particulars could not be learned The yog neu Vore io charge of Pro Tobby V the Smiths tIassical school There were twentythree young men in the party when they left Cynttyana Lebanon Enterprise r When your appetite is poor use Miona stomach tablets The Red Cross Drug Store sells them at 50 cents a box Money returned if they do not create good natural appetite No Need to Worry People Sometimes forget things tbathappehed only a year agoIDldfYou ever see such a backward spring II has been a common expression of Tate Yes and so have you Last year the spring was backward and discouraging But little corn was planted until the Matter part of May and much of it in June Even under ihese circumstances Ia very good crop was raised and only a small per cent of it was lost It dont pay farmers or anyone else to worry oyer what cannot be foreseen or prevented There isa big come out m aj kinds of vegetation when suftl cient sunshine and moisture ure fu nfshed There is time yet to plant corn Late gardens ought to be better than those planted early Things will come out all right It dont py to worry Ex J r MflS BARBERS WILL PROBATED r 11aswi11lj of Mrs Cecilia Barber wajs pjohated in the tEtolinty vJoiirt Monday The ocumentjs very long and dis poses of a large estate After the payment of debts fuui rat expenses ard cost of ad ministration 3000 is given to St Josephs ch rchBatdstown 500 to the Fred ricktown Cath tOtoSprilgfieldt masses for deceased and her late bus band Pf Barber 1500 is given to Rev C J Obonnell for kindness shown her and her husband 500 is given to St Vincents OrphanAsvrum 300 toIlS t Jos ephs Orphan Asylum The sum of 700 is given in trust to the pastor of bt Josephs church to be expended for the benefit of the poor pedplo of Bards QwI and 300 the proceeds to be used in keeping Jot inc mj etery The principal dvis Sare Niece Katie Lancaster 3000 nle eSallie Lancaster 3000 nieCe Rcse Mitchell 3000 Man sell Mitchell 500 Lettie Hamilton 500 brother Baker Smith 500 John Lancaster 200 broth er William Smitn 500 Garnett Dudley 3yO Mrs Sallie Vigiini 33333f Edith Viglini 333 38 Paul ne Viglini 33338 Pierre Vigljnf 300 Jack McGhord friend JJOO in trust jfur Emma Bean 100 Amelia Bald win daughter 1000 Lee Baldwin grandson 15000 Barber Bald win grandson 4000 Mary C CardweH granddaughter 2000 Nannie Baldwin granddaughter 1000 Sallie B Udwin grand daughter 1000 Louise baldwin BaldIWiogrands soji grandson 15 OOPS Barber grandscn 6000 yancy Barber grandst n 7000 John Lily Barber grandscn 7000 children of John rber by second marriage ea b12 00 to each of children of grandsons P S Yancy Kfent G and Job n L Barber 2iOOO E arry and Richard Smith nephew eachlv codicil dated May 7 9Q4bresidence prop erty was given by codicil dated Jqb 2 1903 to Kent C Barber to be cl arged 2000 for shine on his dev je Mrs Sallie Burtle a friend GO Any alance remaining after payment of specific devises iisto bef dm ed pr9 rata to John R Barber children and grAndchil dren escept that Kent C Barber is not t share in such disttibu lion Nume rous items of personal proper 7 were given to yariou relativ and friends By c icil dated April 7 1900 the cU vises to St Josephs church for 3000 and 700 in first paragraph and dovises to Mrs Sj Hie Viglini Edith au line an 1 Pierre Viglini are revoked ind by same codicil Mar garet V ickliffe is devised 300 Polly Holmes coloredservant was given house and lot on Shep herdsville pike provided she continued with testatrix ULtil her deitb and Nancy Barber color ed lwas given house add lot iin Bardstown for life with reiriaiu der to P S Barber colored and also gave 100 additional toGep Lancaster By codicil dated Jan 21 1897 Lena Barber was substituted as devise in place of Ps Barber The original will is dated Jan uary 21 1897 and is witnessed by W J Dalmazzo John B Well er and W C McChbrd Several codicils were made later W C McChdrd was a medas executor and by codicilj ialedj March 6 1906 John Mly Barer was made joint executor Bardstown Standard i Why Take AlcoholAreJyou thin pale easily tired lack your usual vigor and t strength Then your digestion must be poor your blood thin yournerves weak You need a tonic and alterative xttneed Aye Sarsaparilla the only SarsaariUaentire1y- freeirorn alcohol We believe your doctor would endorse these statements or we would not make them bk rum ami ndout FoUowhis advice Jf CACOL1IMQJS4ee- osMotye44rdodorw3IcsrtInhitatIy ktcrcMe your confidence in Aye IWakk family laxative Liver pilk All vegetable Ask your doctor about UK Recovered His Diamond Ring It woudsem from reporjts that have been circulated since the day the Robinson circus ex ihowbadbunch ol thieyesever brought 10 Lebanon No less than a half dozen people have spoken of b ing robbed upon the circus tellinghwfate and said nothing about it Gambling devises of every d oeriptidn were bperatrd in the side show tent and at none of them did the player hav a any chance whatever to win One young inan stated to an Enterprise representative that he won 1860 onet of the machines through a misplay of t ie operator but was refused the money upon the grounds thatHt was playeder stating that it must be padort- he matter would be reported to the authorities The operator 10amlnIquietly left the tent Hehad scarcely reached the outside be fore Ihere were three men who wished to cpmpromise tle mat- ttten The L bandn man stated tbat 18 would settJe his claim ndthis was paid to him tugeth er withthreecirc1S1ickets About the most important rob bery reported was that of a diamond ring belonging loMr James Phillips soIl of Mr Jo6 C Phillips Mr Phillips placed his ring on the lavatory in a local barber shop while he washed Ibis hands and whnbe reached to replace It it was missing 4An investigation was stlled and it mOl1neart1ePhillips was using it was one of thp meiwith the circus An un successful effort was made to re rthenextr Shelbyvlle where the show was exhibiting were noticed oft theft They too were unsuccessful The mtter was placed 1inThompson who went toLou1 ville Friday the day the show was in that city and succeeded I in recovering the ring which is valued at 160 None of the gambling devices operated while la Lebanon were operated the day the circus exhibited in LOUISA 1villeLebanonNature has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known as the digestives juices audit is tbroogK these juicefe That the food we eat is acted upon tn such a way as to pro duce thO rich red blood that flows through the veinc of our body and thereby makes us strong healthy and robliat and it is the weakening of these digestives juices that distroys health It is our QWH fault if we dis troy out own health anAyet it is so ezty for any onelo put the stomach out of order Wheu you need to take something take Itprom0il but keI reUablCSom9thing and Indigestion Kodol is pleasant to take it is reliable and is guranteed CdiCrossCdi Memphis BinDingham June 10With the selection of Memphis as the place for the next reunion and the election of Gen Clement A Evans of Georgia as Cqmraan derinChief to succeed the late Gen Stephen D Lee the United Confederate Veterans adjourned their Annual convention late this afternoon Tbe selection oE the place of meeting aroused great rivalry between Mempnis and Atlanta these two cities being the only ones put in nomination Strong speeches were made for each place but when Virginia dame over to the side of Memphis tthe Atlanta supporters realized that the fight was lost jf Gen Clement A Evans the liewQoDnnnderi Chef is ft man of pleasant uddress and one 9f the post loved in thejrmyr He is ri fiat rye of Georgia hnd uorn of North Carolina and Virginia RevolutIOnary parentage Georgjatawtice of law at nineteen years of age He was elected Judge 61 the County Court at twp ytw and State Senator at twtotfit 1JeCvll war c 5aiiMnc d i fteLwas frenator wid although he was exempt pfom mil f t r CALEB POWERS v 154 l 8 GOvernor WUIsQil on Siturdavtast issued a parsa Powers und to Jim Howard wpo Jeb UllDCc if Ipat eight eight years charged with the 6rhSeof prlil 4p W fettmurder Sena or William Goebelv Powers 4Wlljilri j12teitiaryu murder t t f Both men were released Saturday morning1 Pwrs 11t 1r v hs ome at BoLrbouryIU where he says he will enss la i tpractice of la Howardis InLooIsvilJ and haest ci7iJ and children He hasnot decided on lii plan for bis fvbri aGov A7illson set out his teasons for grantiag th psriss a i very t xlnustive review of the case v He stated tbi tlM had MM v r fuly goneover the records of the trijis and has of the eridence and it wa his opinion that Powers warn 1i1so ib4 rJ Mrr i thp charge of consptricy to murder Senator GofeW aW iHwrt 11I1ir JM 1 i 7 1tJived that Jim Howard had nothing Whatever to do wittrUie MfcM i iIresponfired the fatal shot v itary service joined a company In hisri county in January 1861 and began his military career He was first elected Major of the Thirty that Georgia Regiment and came apidly A Grirfd faihlly Mellclie taIt gives me pleasure good word for Electric Bitters VritesMr Frank Conlan of No 436 Houston St New York hIts 3 grand tamily medicine for dyspepsia ahd liVer complications wh lefor e back and canpot top highly recommended Elec Bitters regulate the digestive functions purify the blood and Impart renewed vigor and vitality to the weak and debilitated of both sexes pold tinder guarantee at Hay donk Robertsons drug storc SOc LEBANON LOCALS From The Leader Two guns boomed out upOn the early morning air Tuesday morning at one oclock iSubse quent d evelopel have not explained the cause ot the dis charges At the time the reports were beard they were supposed to be from the barbette guns bf the Cruiser Hagau pff the Park but the supposition lacks e MrJohn M Hooker has sold his farm containing 120 acres situated on the sort line pike tivOjimles from town toM Ear f4100D Possession will be given Withju thirty days Mr Hpcker will have alsalei of hia household goods eosoofl af er which he and his estimable miJy will re mWe to Oakland Cal t yhere tbey expect tomake tlieit future bomeTbet have a hqst of friends who will regret yery roach to see them gb butwin wish them well hit Golden rGate State 5 Mr James BunneHiispu chased a half irtepstIn the tinning i business Hir M L Hei4 zer at Cimpbfeilsvillejind will re novehis family to tbt plica the first of next week Mr Bunv nell is a moat excellent citizen a good business man capioj and thrifty and whik We tEis4- to see him and his good family leave us we besp Jc much suc cess for them in thfir new home o 1 About every gtItWWi zio known to games of clme wtt iet up Wd operaUdafcth c1rcs grounds of Kobinson CQ last r SJBSCRI7J0 l 1 f It i WMimVlv TAi reyip1 promotion liam weakkidneyslt confirmation Hourigan Consideration show day SOCM ell opr b1 f j j fc Sunday scbcbl j pi j iffaIDTI1f vices if asyorasi tfct blmg nd tbJIItsaveed liquor i iWhile there ire ftw Tisiip tharr pablag ers cn L more foalisK tbw iryif 1 ymm athist ow gsii I 5 knows it 7 A i Keunedvaaxtyegk i W tis the one thatekiMrea +fcew A 1 ttotakeae1ttrtesarlyagH1 v at ji nSagie gar It is dikeseat tttmW othersast does not WHMJtf lib b R 1JoatbeotherJaaitfreel7on e rwMly crf iJat d- ts15rfcy k drives the coldOlltf the ijitMI iItTi sold bjv the td CNIInnAMJ 12 J HARMONYINT J4 jf1Bia I 1 ti The Democratic CoarMMmn i ffhichcloedst LxJfto JM Thursday was ji h jaib yflMiiv No resoiutiof were pu 1 demning anydne or 1 vk anyone afar M SttJt r twer concerned TJMM 1fJ 7 endorsenent of the 1 r 4 f1UnitJVli mlgucnI Byq 4 untnUaously iiMtrcI kr l the chQice 01t Uis eoa I P eiIIINL wM a delegate t sre wtaoLfor him wiMljrkepibi MO shut In beboJietof inaindlBf tb cJOYNlOL y BMftlMiii t jilowtd h M toVh ityr tc- aMiiate fo pMj 1p i iiidiirfr1dsCIit t t j he WM invincibie M Ik 4 t r gates did not taks kiad j 1 trand thoigt that T had iQOgh hoooni Mi 4 ielecUoRwod jMttt 1 help the partjs Bkksa Jwithdrew MM whW th Qoftvci tiotti wet rharadftf tbseii f 1ToL OwIy 8ulq ll an rom th o4WM taIIImOIdJ tIn oed 4o 1IIIJtR l1- w 1ai ka tbs pi1 4 ifasdiSaM to a oIIftJ ICrry aad Pstjutsr SW htH ii J gmwJ CC Miyo Top aay pain ajw1aiIates slply tabMopg P1ukt YIM aIa MIIlaway irow paia ceaten is row Eadac tfiUli with wOlMlletC get Instant help Tablets 28c Sold by Red clio 11W Store i I I THE RM4EA00 =yyat c ICY t rB iJ Jifern 1 M P H r4Qf WtLi imthorti d to Janwwoce ONJ N 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NIoone1ment Wa S StgrsMhjssrtriljAt and he JSw Cl Wlc with open arms f int 0 the harmojjy1 party Butt r what they didlo BoWi4aiwhoj only a M 1l months ago 1a jj thechamPi aid leader of theJ 1 1 temptraiice overilent laiaaj J ISII- him chIrgstanbei tock a back atItnSwho hadl beei hM Wtfereat enemies in thdj 1 t eaddieaBd riding easy To bep sure reppft waalnaiped as one of i the delegate to the national j i oc Tdmfcwlilifrthai was in line t withlirmonI p rogramj hich cbareterjied the whqlei jroeeed i j j The BtiHikrfc h National joni toordeTuMar Biirrows 1aa eltxjted temporarj Mir fj n4 delivered the open InffieWrti Aster the appointtf aqt2ft Jbe ranous the corefl1otr COJamiltee1 e t rtedta t jipofi It now api pMta iad tfm44f anyother namej ot Uwa1ft1dllrQ prnt JT to the eeei iiittott atxl bis nomiij 4k1t m exitedt on te fir- J lIM TlfeJM great unccr la4ity Mr the Boaaination for IIS r of j bMlr f1cudittat ItC rDsfthr CirnLitf r 8iire iali of ihoM iiodS i Smkub4i ar W pi4kiH I ueiic l 1 Mt Itfeottb l iti fie yr0 r f tee r iIMroa will a rcvsIid kqw 4cR k to kley r 11w trosI toe tor Ita4 eat U aoINtuJ iii Kidissy ciieI Itir 4 1rJdJ t i MOOR 11LLK Tbt farmer are busy harfest iag tfceh wbe tbig week Mta 4Magge Smith waiin Jttar TOwn Monday r- Mr Ben Cull and family Jof High GroVe visited hrs father M t B Mi4a5yWood1aWvih jiMfi 1 visiting her daughter Mrs HtrherJbEddleminI this week jMriSJohn and Jeff pf Simmsvisited bdr le1tsMr and Mrs Jtfr Smith Saturday arid unday Mr Ed Bo littand family base ftUirned to their home in e rds tein I The death angel visited the Ome of Mr Jeff Smith last Fri day evenihg ani took his littleo granddaughter Marguarite 3obnli tSbe was tIle daughter ot fllr Ed Boblitt ot Bardstovnwaiid cams out to visit her grand ifenta and was takenseriousyo1 apd never reovered so sheMwas ablt to be npoYed home was a patient sufferer mrvef corn plaining She was sick eight SLIf she had lived until been9j1erchild with a sweat disposition iaud made friends wherever she w Sthomer death a father and mother two sisters and four brothers We extend our ympahy to th bereaved family Jl POiNtAVjt most delicate patt of a bab-yi11i bowels Every ailment that isuffers with attacks the bowels all 50 endangering in most cases the life ef the infant Melees Baby ilI1ir CSres vdiarrhbea dysentery andall deransrements of the stomach or bowels Sold by the Red Oross Drpg Store Sl Prathers Creek As we have been silent Jfor three weeks we will give you some happenings Our apology to some of your readers Jor our sfeemingf negligencetoobusy Thes golden harvest Will be heFe the latter1 partCf the week- priccounti grpuncTand of a very bort hEad Corn is making goQd for late lpfltntingtheir corn thinned by harvest but many will be late this year The Tlqli Creek correspondent enjoythe1ettersvlJry 5tsee them regularly Mrs Cordie Pulliam and tV6 sons Arthur and Raymond ofI toit j rince G H Christ rson C LBradyot Springfield was hoy ing cattle and llambs inj vthls suction last week Prack Shewmjitej of Indfana is visiting relatives here Mefldames Nannie Christerson nd Gordle Pulliam visited Mrs G T Males Thursday of last week WestMercerMrs Jean Barker has returned frpma visit to her rtaufthteriij Mrs Tom Mayes at Biadfords quopleijc celebration at Lebanon and enjoyed k yery much Henry Noel was called to Rose Pill last w elc on account of thV death of his JjroLor John Nt eii and whioh leayfcs the fdrnjera familyltheof that dread disease consump duri Mr Nel has the heanfeit sympathy df 1he entire communi iyv in ills bereavement Wt oft times think how family ties are broken and the members cross lug the iver one by one sboulcf f oe a reminder of the uncertainty sparedfthkind p cause It would be a solemn ipomentr for me to realizpj that I had neither father nor mdther sister or brother But thw6 e7er look to the timewhei heni jwill be great gather ngoi God s peopleI Ifi4n11 and spiritless iri thes flggarly summer they c it fglgplJrever But there Is no fever uaually It is the after effect of Our winter habits The nerves are mostly at fault Tired wprnout lner res leave us languId lifeless and fewcloser absolutely and Quickly chdnge all of these depressing symptoms The Restorative of course youbackor two t11ln 119urstoiatreachings eyrywher are aavlsing its use safple dilandprompt cItfgve otany other known erve or coHstitutlofial tonic It sharpens failing appetite ids di1 gwtion frees idkileysan4brlnga strengthaiaddaysand be co vinced Red Cross Druff Store f Tike-k The dMifFridryDfPMiSiNeIlrH14onWM well aueaded aniQcUQ1triug I Mrs John Taylor fcom Battltj visited ber daughter Mrs Carter Hal a 1WiIa4aat week Mr Abner III ton was in your towiVon busiiiesiltstij Saturday Mrs CirrI 9rrowo Liouis AUceHardouI Chas Hall sold a hog to Irvine aysof Mackville for 5 Miss Edna Cockraa anti Ota K Bott9ms of Mackville were the pleasant gueastsQf Miss annia Hilton Saturday and- undaty3 nMrsbur tdwn was visiting S T i WectpesdylMrs Carter Hall spent a pleas a ot day Friday with Mrs Mahala J 3i1 Otis Milton and wife spent J s SdmyWill Gravqsajpd Lloyd Walker f Mackville were visiting Ab er Hilton Saturday night Mrs Maggie Mbbley is sick ith fever at this writing HendrpnfrxfFenwck spent Sunday5with rs Maggie MoberlySMr Wm Lawrence is sufferSingl from a badly mashed foot Mandeviile Lawrehce attendea tthe ball gaole at Perry ville Sat urday but our home team got aefeatedS spentSJyidBngg Oscar Lanham of Canary att tended the party at Mr Ed jBradys Frid ay night win Cure Coisimptlon A A Ferrari Fincb Ark writes Folujs Honey and Tar is the best reparation or coughs colds an urig tr ube I kuow hJti bas- curd consumption the first stagefi You never heart of any one using Foleys Honeyand Tar and not being sstirfled sold by the Red Cro s Drug Store 1Fair View Mr and Mrs John Htfrdesty spent a part of last week with their son and daughter Mr Jas Hardesty and Mrs J W Hays familyMrsFson Miss Annie Tones and sister Miss Pearl and Ora Carney dined at the Home ofMr PresfonLMoore Thursday 4 Mr E A Smothers and fami lly dfPolr visited his daughter MrS L D Carney Sunday ghterOraSaturday and Sunday were ac compinied home by Mrs Molli j Raw bins and daughter Mattie Mae Mrs Mathew Truax and two children spent a par ofr last week at the homejbf Mrs Jas Truay lMiss Ad Cheitham visItedj her sister Mrs Note Gutsinger last we lf Mn FW Carney and sa Dale were in Lexiogiop Sunday Ie BigliNd Is of two kinds conceit and the bit head that comes froni a sick heai aChf1lUoes jour head ever feel JJe a gourd aiid your brain feel loose ana sors You can cure It in no tune by acting on four1ierwitJ1 Ballardl- r s Herbiue injt it worth trying fc the aosolute thm certain relief you Ii get Sold by the Red Cross Prug toreS t KIRKLANDS Mss Alma Satiiley who has been lingering with that dread lul disease consumption Is in a dangferous condition Mr J C SaltcHy sold his lambs to Mr TTD Graham at 5cOutspepOuudMr and family ffr AshbrookeT visited relativeS 3 at this place Saturday daySMr Roy Robmsorji of this place was driving 10 church last Saturday night and whel he got there his buggy axle broke aridj his horse became frightened n4 began to kick and run but didn t do any serious damage before soppeoplecaugntbnI- s to The Knights of the MaccabeE- gay a fish supper at Dugans fprvtheII5EcowdChaplin Tent No 121 The farmers aFe gettingTead y for their harvest andIt looks favorable now i Crops aro look ing flue in this scctione isSsinging schocYithetist aturd inJuyat the Mb Pleasant church end will also organize a Sunday Schoolthe same day Majiy people of this place at- tendEd church at Bethel last Sunday Miss Vena Drury en tertained a large crud at her home on last Weduesdav night Mr Bert Gash and Norman Ovtr street of Ktrfcjcoodl was there and on the foliowmsr night Miss Ber has Gregory had a moon light party Mr Oscar Brown and sister Miss Dora visited relatives at Pairfield from Thursday until SaturdaySMr Roscoe Mitchell asthet guest of Miss Pearl Bsasley list Sunday Mr W H Sattorlvr is on the sick list this week f regulard 5L Schoolh ule Saturday aid Sun day Mr Edgar Yegrhi opened upbi51l b8 Ihop forth HUOn at this place Miss Artie Year was atth ome after a wteks jrtay af SS 5Misseiaccepted company from Law renceburg j last Saturday night landSiundayi T A man who is iip perfect health soThe cando tn honest days work s tihouldcers Brancbton Pa writes that that he was not only unable to work bat be cojildnt ktoop over to tie his owl shoe Six bottles of Foley s i Kidney Cnre Dade a new man of himI Hesays Sucess tooleYt Kidney- ureC Sold by the Red Cross Drug tore YIM Never CaR Tell Just e autly the cause of your rhea matism bu you know you have it Do you know that Mallards Snow Dlniment will cure it relieves the pain reduces the swelling and lim bers the joints and muscles so that you will be an active and well us you ver were Price 25c SOc and IOOn old by the Red Cross Drug Storel IVjackvJIIec Mrs Pearl Clark of Indianap olis Ind j spent a few days last s l hief Mesdames Ress Cloyd and Springfield Miss Ev Hastchett haarreburn ed to her home in Harrodsburg after a weeks visit to relatives here Mr Matt Mayes and M- rffughNoef Springfield were in town Tuesday Mr Hankley arid wife of Junction City were here Sunday MrsW T Barnette was in TexasTuesdaI Mr Tom Dunn was in Bar rddsburg SaturdaytMiss Elmer Hume returned Wednesday from Bowling Greeq JMIss is MaggieMae siaterMidrens exercises at the MEchurch Sunday evening JS McElroy of Springfield was injown hdpnday on business Mr and Mrs Paul oft Louisville yisited Delaneyt MrsQ W Camden Thursday and Friday lIarrodeburgroctor Shewmaker of Indi anapolis is visiting hrs mother Mrs Prank Shewmaker Misses Eva and Grace Hatch ett Ura Yuncy and Beuah Thompson and Messrs Joe Thompson Hugh Horn Ed Sal HUmespTuesday t Miss Farnsworth and Mr An dew McFatrjdge of Harrod burg spent Sunday with and Mrs W W Willham MrI Mr Colvin of Litsey i spending a few days with his cousin Oliver Kayes Misses Bryant and Burke olI Bryo ntsville are visitingMrs J M toinitjhr Miss Flora Brittori and Btni BrittondB arrodsbu g are vis thug thIr uncle Ed rtlon- U TheDistrictfschok will be pla vd at the school I uTIHing on Saturday night June 27th Pro ceeds fqr the benefit 0 the Pres- byverian chuich Aubrey Tumey wa i m Har rodsburg Satut day Miss Lucretia town y and Mr Herman Chum ly of Harrods burg visited Miss Ma ge IshaiL Sunday afternoon Springfieldwith Mr and Mrs G 3 Ficker e son v Quite a nutriber from tht place attended the union Sut day school convention at Brunera chapel Friday HriggsWycofftendedthe entertainment given by thejModerii Woodmen at Cor nisijfille Saturday niglit r Edwjn Parks and brolher off Pauvillo were in town Wednesday FT Miller of Willisbnrg was here Sunday Miand krs C W Camden were in Springfield Wednesday Messrs John A Sharp and Charlie Wright visited friends at Sal Visa Saturday and Sunday Mrs Bettie Canary of Canary spent last week with her sister Mr Lucy Sweeney Mrs neIl Kayes has returned to her home at Clayton Lad af ter a visit to friends h- erePAIN fata fa the bea 9 a HTWkM hM M I Ergi I S 2 eoxea blood prewure sway ItacectlJeMrmm U10UCklWJtllUIIIl tM tfou If you bns Madu Wi bleed jNarsIf Ie JfJ 1riIfOUJ8 L Ir mieiUcaboe4 ThiS IIeIJ a uwkii1 Dr W8t bWI II54554w 151W aM setIIt IW8It sad p5yOL k MieL b4004 pse Yfl1Mwps a 5sWSMSM I IHeadaciieadacbaTab1 SSS NovcPSl Notice iia Krey given to tTxprs of the City of- 1riajfwd JCy that City TuareMWi due and payS Ie The books are now w th hand oiL B Cain Cityi raiurr at thf First Na oflal Bank You are rtr qubfttfdto caU and pay your faia or Wore July 1 19d8 Qn tkat date a Pnalttof two 1p tr5ciwillbe added as provided by ordinanceth JOHN W LEWIS w yorIThb mariy friends throughout the county of Mr Peter Shehan a popularold citizen of the Maud oeIghborhoodjlearn hat his cndition does noli mprove Mr hehan has been onfirIedto his home for several M pbnths hMrnephejt Allen and Thorn JLOH Waters left Monday la buggy for a crosacountry tripl ihrqpgb the Blue Grass 1Pheo win go to Lawfehcebucg Lex iington Versailles Danville and otherpoIntsS BickkisArilci Salve WiNS Tom Moore ot Rural Route 1 Cpchran Ga wrItesl bad a bad sore come on the instep of iny foot and could find nothing that would healIt unULF applied BucklensAr nica Salve JLess thaniialf a 25 ceat box won the day for me by affecting a erfect cure sold under a guaran ee at Haydon Robertsons drUg- store Mak your stomach well and strong by usiag Mi ona Give realcure not Jthe temporary re liefl of pepsin which in the eud ruins the stomach The Red Cross Drug Store sells Mi o ba under guarantee Trouble Over r 1 v the repOrt domes froa Frankfort that atthe close of tHis we k unless there is another outbreak on the part of the lawless element of tobacco growers there willbsi fewer ftroops on duty Iin the state than at any time since Gov WilJsori ordered them outL The tobacco situation is greatly improved and tbe Adjutant Get eral is relieying the troops now on duty as rapidly as possible The Frankfort Journal says a fewguards will be kept on duty at the homes of Walker Duncan Riley Harrod the Kessler bro Stherfew in Henry countv b ut the Adjutatft General feels that the tobacco troubles are now almostt gttn end Ask The Red Cross Drug Store to explain how HyonjH cures catarrh without stomach nosing Money refunded if it fails Clover In Hog ffaislng The Iowa exi eriincnt station haa furnished some luterestlug figure which are rntltled to a careful exam nation One lot of ten pigs averaging sixty pounCs in weight at the begin nliig of the ttest were put ou clover pas ture July 14i and allowed the run of pcriThey were fed corn In connection In witty the clover and consumed 410 pounds pet 100 pounds of gain An acre ot clovwr pasture under those con dltions produced 400 pounds of pork durlug the sixteen week period IBCU Honed a pretty good argument ill faJ vor of dover Timothy pasture under j similar conditions produced 278 pounds oCvpork per tjcre i The ten pigs on this pasture con sumed 4C1 pounds of corn per 100 bpoundsthis experiment Is recorded states that the hogs on clover pasture made S i er cent more rapid gains than those fedi expensive concentrates In connection thejtJ 8 than the lot on timothy pasture fed com fs a grain ratfoa mw tn a little lak to tM ersof tU American Press HUBortetsin P adeuaI Prthet j American humor Modestly enough he said he could not write aiKceMful bu- MGr today because there Is no longer any demand for the humor that found lfeasloisalilI uation that appealed to people a gea ratio ago would Bet raise ismile tto day Th s the humor Was lang draw 9 eat but today there to a 4eiaftd fer IInj 8fJHmeral uaxrupb4iaytti r kbIC1s r neJIJpoorin children art homo HousewifeAre you very needy fN i JIlaamICouldnt isistsnfteay7No1 sevem v 7er tomorrow Cant you help a alan who wIlt to surprise hk litiU a Pride of Washington ISpringfleld Manufactured by JVr Jarboa r marketI B3fWe pay highest price for grliinrr If you want te Best FLOUI askyour3grocer J t There seemsto be something 1m ttoT j ninlne mind that i constitutional opposed to doing some kinds of worl iin an easy way To Illustrate fhereV many a hardworking mother who atfli adheres to the laborious oltl chopping bowl for the preparation Qt her has timber andmlnce meats ja goo ez grinder would dp lt In hale time and with halt the effort There are other good souls wiowaj patiently drudge away on patchwork byhand and view as absolute domesti sacrilege tbe calIngof a sewing ma chine into service for the doing of the same work f While the average run of cows inaj give a maximum yield of milk at seve r eight years of age these are erE queutly exceptions A Jersey cow be longing to the writer thatls thlrteej years old this spring is giving mon milk bya third than in any pteviou- eripd of lactation While condition might be responsible lnvpartthls wouli seem sufficient to account fo all the difference uoted Undoubted a large factor Is that this spring there was an Interval of nIne weeks betweei yearIthererfire lotoihThe pther day on a drive country we noted a hawk the llarg sized common kind wlUf wings outspread and almost motionless pnd sta tionary scanning the meadow beneaf him In search ql food While the ob Ject of the blrdfs keen vision was no- nI sight hejiad likely spotted a gophe- rq mouSe end was merely waiting to a good chance to pounce upon it frpa his position 6f vantage itathet that being cons9erefan enemy ortbe farmer these hawks together wltl many varieties of owls should te mon end more viewed ns reall friends of ihe farmer orchardist aiid gardener It is not surprising that residents the Mississippi valley and thoststate on the Atlantic seaboard mindful of the meteorological tantrums of the weather clerk which hare resulted I the formatIons Qf Ice half air Inch thick nights when apple peach cherry and plum ulosqns wensln full bloom sor o Jongs to hike out tolhe Pacific coast where a fellow can doff one suit of underclothing at night with a fair te gree of assurance that he wlll not need two or three thicknesses ofunderflan nels the next nomtntTbe variety pf weather above referred to Is line buHl Is rather hard on a fellows physlca thairuitWhercjja idecent amount of prellml nary road work and grading has been done roodS can be kept In fair shape If no other Implement Is used than broad tired wagons for fyullug produce to market These tend to rnasli lumps of dirt flU Up the ruts and pack the earth lown so that It wlll shed water In first class snape when It ruins A good many municipalities place o minimum butter fat limit of 3 per cent for all peddled milk 1t the dlgnltarleJ who framed these ordinances had to put up with milk that tested less than the above per cent In their coffee and on their oatmeal a good deal more vigor would be manifested In the prose cutlon of violators of the regulation A New York farmer reports success In the use of common stovepipe soot as a cure for scoursln calves An old method of preparing the d9So was to take a tabiesp fonful of soot mix It with the white and yolk pf an egg put It back In the shell and place the fillet shell Mr ac1c In the mouth of the af IUcted 1tlP Xnotber oro the scours is itf put ik small amount of formalin In themilk ration I If the slugs start to work on the currant and gooseberry bushes they mar be dusted with powdered white hellebore or the same may be applied ns ft spray made by mixing one ounce of the chemical in two gallons of Tva ter Paris green Is also effective and may bd applied in the form of dust using one pound of the poison te twenty pounds of flour If the dust spray is used it is bept to apply It when the leavesi f One of the thoughts that come to a visitor to the Grand Canyon of the C 67 orado is of the enormous length jjf time that must have been consumed in the geological formation of the gJ gantlc shapes ntd depth of rock found in places there and the eptis of year following that were required in tho transformation of whatjis supposed to have been the bed of an mnTonse Jake into a river valley in which flowing water has cuta channel itf places 0000 feet deepSCenrftmncd Nro Now Free and The Law Cnt Teucti Him Reports received at Port Worth TeL from trainmen and passengers Sea the SomlernPrclflc stuto tlit Joln Acnv strong n ligro lmud sit Colunibu Tex Friday AprU 30 for Vlfe murder revived after being placed in the eonlnand when given to bfs brother at haler for burial was given medical attentlbn IIt la declared that Armstrong Isnow llarell If Armstrong Is living he will be the only living man who has paid the death penalty The fact that heaves pro Bounced dead at the hanging renders the state powerless to igain M torcf the death peaalty IJSUE KMNEYS AMI AtttM IACX Wars iH aIsrer tM tI s4s S- a =1 u TRM-H HIIWW Hlx sws tate sIb s4 uNuais U JaMnswS- Ma kr tNM E UWf 6 Otn tt LMk Ik 1JIW lfAW IfIwi ydonlt Riijrtsou- 1jiiLS i i aI k RSHutT tJV i I SHETZ mm Plurnmers Tinn rs and Dealer in IHardware iove aid Tin war very 1 i 1 t J n tW 1 have just1 received a new supply jof I r O t and fjv which we s ll atvpriae plfasa I 4 a Agents the celebrated fc4 PERFECTION OIL 5r YES f f44- I r f t I Refrigerators WatervCool rs r lmake a spebiality of Plumbing and teWet c 4rr ft I a i1Hi i t r At llet1eius i can g t lceiCre mod if t and Suhdkes every day Fresh and toothsorne Cakes V 1 And Jf xT most any time All kinds it oft Drinks O w 7 u l FOR NOVELTIES j 1 Comein4se our line H Iv KATiE BJo 10I I t T J Cloaks Suits Waistskprtaes Sffia iuH VaiTSto Ilisk DN- NWaIekws4r DNNi fLt ttSeuI WMkG4 UI cba aEaIt Iluwixe t aei1r1rI XM wsE Pie Carpets Drtptriosnd Fumitari a FOR MAli ONIN s lIllillt a WW1 ela1 TkI week 6QStrit Cases for 1 A suit case will abuse It is of imitation Alligator It wellconstructed wjUr bia andwill satisfactorily A GreeMzsff l IHtlIIw Wa 1 1- 4 l1- nFRE weI t ri 3M I4s akS7SSbSS4S rvsIt I e fiSts mff3r betffoventcd by a very slits pIe measwrp the material for whtehj the farmer especially finds convey Icntly at hond TIie preventive js notk lng more thin potato parings This tllsebvery Was wade by a wife wbo to utilize tho parinjja of potatoes by making fnci pf them She used them mixed with sett coal and found that mot only augmented heat but by some un known chemical process removed or destroyed the soot and lrnlerpaitjles from both the stovePiM chlmaey tine numerous exp rh eats Jt was found tliat the coselseo of the housewife were correctFr Prpf- P L V Tnr Chlnesflmlnisjier pf 1eaai k planningrcforraain the llyiK u4cpper currency of the empire obtains a revenue 1200 000 annually by taxing salt Austria makes nearly i00000b by a simitar tax Jacob Oraody Ceittr 1L As erected s to a shepherd dog that aartd tM life of wie of his cJiildrea Both thetlalt4 JLia ioM aml m United Stettj akobolk bevee cen tribute thin a fo rtkvjaliQHt2S per of the total wceJpa b tW treasury One f the BQwdeb 4esoentb c lvd a letter tr Gei- addrlssetl r to tleHejc totG Ti iorBoowIand the e11eLaa1 5eil- r hlncf In China all ht Uad bags te tN statel The aV s4gePWPt te K ta am cTho fcolt of thj ra fw T Hif ie go rich that a 8i are mtta la ei assupportu3S4O i1CNo- UJokuMe r of iInl4Si N 1L- bu auoxwn rckeW Tbs plows Jwirrowa 1aauJ WOOd and d1ita11tiretrSS handle the best nod n IWe i7qf Tola aI4 hSVf fJj g5tirnetgtj L r Jl f Garden ioo1 i j akHoeeSpaIes e4c J 1 t J j we bve tlje Qec prnPtow the nnrket t ia It tLJo IWe Cooking Stoves Ranges Irlrl f wjli to 1Ifor r denHQe6LaW11 Mowerst TiiI i You andGandje 5 u Mealjsv JLuncfites X1 at M OANDT rHRiLEINucj ORDER cUSTOMERS c- rs s that stand hai made JtocKS weir f JtD VL- gOOhtM sought her they After Italy st Sifer of JII1QBumetwoloc in pore ciut ff re Goc v 9JDJDress f TrfmmIn- t- ll J = SS- J 1 i- kt t4k SSLs tvwtNut 7 ieN i aPjarL 7 5y55- 5JPssie IfPlh J ati6 I5vf t- j flt 1 WCIvdstKl t j CMMf Bfowftsott esbtyfrr wa HtttU txacusr-We XJL hoSIwa lb 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OIecmPm as ii a 14N 3oJJf 4 1 LF1QRIQ8BY nOR NE- a AT LAW r Y XY f l Vl2TT DrJ SfALLDN CJIIee Y Bed Cross Dru- 3kc Ooshori Hyatt1toi 2t 4 to5 pm 8pu2 to f4 put ittidall Mght aYMAYfS fUIIkAf IItffEcmr 11 IDttCQSInnBALMER TElEPHONEa1DAY1 NLaHT74 ffBBGHBiD ttl CLA1JOIIs Ts of It COIifOOtiOUIy- C Th 1 foret Drinks 1cCreini and Soda Wr t The beat1Klfrhelt of f fandiesand FrUitsw yv alway oVhJUjd on 2 J Miinj Street nxt toWal- acHott11 r 4TLeon4 l 17iE Shelbyl te et D uroc Jersey Hogs V4t r I am booking orders now if Cl prin pilsi t R F Q1 Springfield Ky GQOi Place To iop f IIws l1ylt i Nelson H5otfhty tri nq when intt Louigvilt an4 llooking for a placetojitopl to can on us Wdj jivefeeVeral t Nicely Frnihe Rooms whicd wVwilt lit for lodgergfof stat reason t a abOrt or long l j ble ratesr v Located on thejtlorthwett cor Her of Seventh nttllrketSts1 Irrin Wfawatt i 4 JbhnEdtlen l I I 1 SXYS SZeg the main to see when needof the ioJlowimft 1 iraiii Cradhe IN ICpprP 1111Orcjt IsIllUtlIm BOND Scdrofall 4e riptiCnalllua- Apedalltjr of good work t IL w L W J ttodtZiwr1te rbi Vt ased Orbs LazaMe 7rit rpchrosic w cstipti M Jt Iiu proven f wtbost a 4qqiut ts e thoroughpract1 Ti4 t1tJ- ltftuble aIt wI pir t izCOi1NiStiSSa rIevmuc tf by the ft4 cr Du St 1 at osspdi1 pI rxMre4b i N nIJ miilor TOWNLciliippRias tttd lr adAccH 07jer11rds chesetc t Cbs11BrO For prMfttj apples and batftaMta cxNBf to GanpWll rOift tbi corner ts Let cidflHr difestajcpco ajl otbtr oft drinkVat J A b rs o If iCMI f 1y ii iblTh17 or iDe 8 N GW Jla k i fqrg t tfcQ rt ttJ1Dl Baby carriage 50 pfrent for tlM next 30 jjays at ch an Campbells f tSy Ifi you are dry step in to oonaer an4 get good drink of i NtxttoBeer aV Campbell Bros twillL have ten Jerseymilch s wall freeb for sale on County Court day wt ROPERS The ladies of the Mackville M church will serve din nerintip riigfield OctoberBcounty cot day hl1nDd1edbany quantity O L Brady trfJ Come anq get one of our nice wicker porch chairs A dollar nd a half if bile theydast- Leachmin O jCampbell Just received at Leachman f I furniture store a lot nice wicker porch chairs Special price of 150 while they last LECTURE Rev ItE C awr son Win deliver lecture at tliIourts House on the evening of 3ne 2dth Proceeds for thea benefit of the churchSThere jis no excuse for one not i keeping Xteaon the new vents Wejnake some remark ably cheap offers of the Lquis ule daily papers in connection iththe FewsLeader J3ee adj tb e first page of this issue 1p The time for Sunday Schoo1 t the Methodist church hiss been chaliged to 9Sdanith preaching service a 1030 1his Hl continue through thesupimer months N S M Campbell reporis Den viile unty court day as being Very dull only about 50 cattle on tne marc tSo yearling ste ts selling at 4c per pound mjlkN fbws from 25 to 63 per head horses on the drag sold one sorrel aged horse for 79jjj one old mare at 53Jv DrG T Burt received his state license to practice dentistry rpni the State Boardof Exami ners before which be appeared twoweeKs ago for examinatiou Dr Burton is a graduat dentist and has a regular diploma but as he has always practiced in the State of Texas hehad nfever been registered in Kentucky A fter complying with all of the tectmical requirements of the law and successfullyrpassing ia very rigid examination lr Buri ton haS been fully licensed to practice in Kentucky The lawn fete given at the Grundy Orphanage on last Fri dayefening wasa very ploasant affair and was well patronized by people from Springfield a- wefls from the surrounding neighborhood The refresh ments were Served in the shad C t WILL YOU i L7 BEORK 3 Oar custom era are our best ad vertisers Every pair of Glas- sres fitted byus sellsothers Every iay some one says 1 Jlrjr So and So Is so well pleased with her j1 lapses that I tkouKht Iwoulcoaietoyou- klfe are Maaan never satis M e waiit to add yon to our I chain 1OltYliis to fit your friends is the faturea r ctattDiftfoctsof tae Humu Eye thatt wtRirndy CHKIIIE RUSSELL Bprinrfeld Kr ij TnDlpsII III of the old forest trees which adore ihe yardancl anagreettble time was fnoyd by aH 7htat ndadC About O represents Qe procfeda which ifiU geuMf towards a fund to buy a wagon tte to cbuvey the orpnans to and from church at Springfiejd QerlyMeetmc The fbijrlh qfuarleriy meeting nlbe held at the Methodist Church in MackviUe on the first tiar lay and SurfdayV July 4 5 iBJAEevr Dr Robertson will Pr tb each day at 11 o locUV Nqllethhearing hiui Thosewho beard him at his last official visfj will need no urging to be present Let illbeat hana at toe open infc service Saturday morning Communion service at close of lSuncll t Death of a Little Girl Little Margaret Boblifi Vge 91 years the beloved daughter of rand MrsyEd Boblitt for nerlyof this place but now of- ardtown died at the hbme of her graylfatfier Mr Jeff Smith e = Maud on Jast Friday the 2tLi The child had been sick orse+ era1 weeks jhiaving been down while on a visit to the home of her grandfather and was unable to b taken home she was a suff rerfrom appariUi itis The luteraltpQk place atf Camp Ground on Sunday i Have Caught On fPHe three Springfield boys who left here two weeks ago I6I the Southwest appear to haye caught o n as the following from yhe Sunipublished atTucumca riti New Mexico would indicate says B ci Roberts H L Sqith nd W T Robertson all df- pringfi1d Kentucky arrived in Tucupicari last Saturday on the robIably speridbrthe summer here Mr Bobertson has been employed by the Tucumcari Base Ball Association He is said to be a crack pitcher and has already demonstrated some of Jiis work Mrr Spmh4 has been employed by the Sun Printing Cyorpany and is proving worthy f his splendid reconimetidationri Mrl Roberts has secured aT pjsition with the Nes and will begin work next Monday mOrhfrg Alesson in Health HcaltBy kidneys filter the Jtripuri theydQKdleys Kidney Cure makes sonnp kidneys and will positively sure all forms JfJdney and bladder disease 8yternSoldbythe reth ex tracted r1t- lioiA1N ot DAGE- e No cfiafges twhen platesf ffItr It vertised YSSTkLLARDDIS t 1 I Sprit1cIdZKyi II- MMlIM MM n St Catherine omiiienceriieni The eighbythaItcomi niencement of SfX tt6iaes took place June Mfttff in nb Baridgome new buildtagTecently completed QUire llarge u dtence assembled The exercises were interesting from ppehinxi to close showintheexcelIept training and discipline of the Sisters of St Catharines The musical part of the exer cises was particularly enjoyable and the young ladies plainly showed the effects of fine musical training A pleasing feature was the little drama entitled The Christians Under Trajan U inwhlch six young ladies played the parts Now that tie new building iiS completed tI1e sisters have the prospects of having a mucn 045 larger IUmber of ptiilS at Catherines next session TneLAntlsspciatiOnl convened after the commencement An elaborate bijncfuet xas served in courses Mrs l IW Hyatt the clever toastmistress presided In a graceful manner presenting some beautiful toasts responded to by MISS MaetpJgbe MisS1Helent 01StMrs Osqar Walker in a charming manner responded to The Broken ainJJis s Elise I Barrett ina response o Our Alumnae gave a bright and witty toast in her own sweet vivacious style The meeting was certainly mhenjoyed and Mother Mag dIne ad the other sisters with tile hospitality for which they are so justly noted extended a I tiearty welcome to all the cbil dren of St Catharines and long will the 1908 Jalqnfnal meeting b pleasantly remembered The followingI officers were elected Mrs Oscar Wujfter President Miss Elise Dutojeft ecretary Ms Burtle Vice President Miss Matwe Robrhsoji Treas Miss JPorgarty Toastmistress FERjBONAU 0 Mrs Byrrn Croake is in Louis villejVfrlliam H Wharton is in Chicago this weekSX r V Mr Kay Goodin of Ltbanop was here Monday Miss Bertha Haydon Jsj fIat ardstown this weekrI j5 R McWhorter spent Wednesday in Louisville RED7BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER IB N0I 40I I Is the number to call lor if you want bept in Groceries fruits Vegetables etl We are still offering special Satur d y Bargains Hfere they are for SATURDAY JUNE 20 1908 l peciats For Gash 11to 2 cans Chunk t Pine Apple a good value for L 25 1 can No 3 slicedPine Apple it is fine 30 1 dbzeh Lemons worth 20c 15 2 can Extra good C ru for only 15 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper Soaps 25 7 bars Lenox Soap eo 25 i can White Horse Pears good 25 17 lbs Granulated Sugar limit 1 worth to customer 100 White Horse R K JBeans per cap v v 10 1 Peanut gutter Oriole BrJands per jar 19 Oriole Oats one of the best per boxa 10 p 4 4is If you are unable1oallatouystore- Phoiie No 4 0 and your orders will re ceive prompt and Careful attention t YES ft batsbjpmeot of candy hs arrived and va now haye a nice and large 501knowi M ELROY SHIDER- t S1113d oJtMI NYff it If Mrr Beriiard hughes of Ray wi ckT spent Sunday here Mr and eira Warren Nally spent Sunday in Louisville lMrs Bevil of QJeveland Qhio is visiting Miss Lou Booker ItfigsFannie Smith of Blootn fletdh S visitiDg friends here Yi Ul Russell and Prentice Boii lityereipi Lebanon Tuesday f I Miss Nellie Simbas will return home tomorrow from Nazareth JMr J Rogers Gore and family Pwefe in Hodgen ville last week Misfe Nell Greene is visiting tMiis Rapier at Bardstown iMr Tommie Hamilton of Frederlckstown spent Sunday if sx here iMrs W D Claybrooke and Mrs Ragsd ale are all Nazareth tday Mr4 iqstcpan is conva lescnigfroman attack of typhoid fevect Mrs arid Mrs Wa ren Nalley spent unday lifi Louisville with frieids v SMissMary Lewis of Bards tOW tjl J guest of Miss Ella Shaunt C 5Mrs B Srnit1 of ads Jipwni ijAie gu st of Mrs Nan nie Simons jS Mii WOodje Matlingly of Bardstown was here one day last week tri Will Medley of Owens boro is here for a visit to his home folks Mr Leslie Gibbsbas adcepted a position with the People Deposit bijtik Mr Louis Kelly has been em ployed as clerk for GDi Robertson Son f Misses Ada Wood and ugenje Pash of BardstOwn spcntTues dJLVin town a MrsASallf BurileXf Bard town is at the home of of Mrs Ben Haydon Mis3 Rpxie Wakefield qfI Maud istthe guest of Miss An na Jay Simms Misses Marv Kirk and Mary 3alderfck of Lebanon were here ypstprday sMrslI1 D Tapp arid children spent Fjfiday with Mrs Caroth ers Bardstown MissElIaButler of Scotsbora At9viitedrJ1 Clay brooke last week r I 1 Mr G W g in f Fair field spent the first of the week with friendshere cvf Mrs NeTheThUrman1of Law rencebufg iis visitmg her dsfster Mrs CVL Grundy I Miss Eugenie OBryan spent a few days this week with rela tives in the country Mrs J R Claybroofte sril attending the gunday school con ve1ion atLbufevUle 7 Mf t Catherine Spalding of Leoan tsp nt SundaV with Miss Bertha Haydoh t MissAilco L gsdon andJMiss ODamels dt St Marys are vis iting Miss JSlargaretHaganv v Miss tella Stmms left this morninUrpisiti her sister Mis Pius Whalen pt Bardsto vn- v Mrj Kate Williams and daughter t MIss Mabel kre spendihg the week at Frederickatown i4PMiss Isabel Price has returned home after 4 visit to friends in Bloomtf ld andNew Haven i Mrs Goro of Hodgenville is ofIbergranthon J Rogers Oo e issrMary Logan Neal of Coyin ton will arrive here the ilrist of the week to visit friends MrMevers Smith of Honey Grove Texas spent Monday with his cousin Mrs F M Mar tin t Misses Ellen and Gage Greg oryareat home from a visit to their sister Ms Carlyle Q1ei land IMts Louise Haydon has re turned home after attending school at Stt Agnes Memphis Term- r r i ter4IJEmma visited at the Grundy Orphanage thisw eek- Misses AnnaTinonyand Nell ogeriy of Danvillef attended commencement at St Catherines Tue1aySMiss Alice McElroy wilIeave Monday fpr a weeks ataywltb Mrs E E Buster of near Har rods urlitr Mr R A Watson oj Ijpuii vllle Was here this week the guest ot Mr auMrs W E a LeacIlman Miss Annie Clarkaon has re t rned to hJr home near Sciences a 1 ct1 0 2 0 C Z 0 6rn 0jZ jZI I iiir f l I taIC L 0 G s t r T I For Mgnday CountyCourt Day- I ft Rdactionsi if belQWI rl I PORiGSHi ONLe y J iitt also in this a lot of 7 an t S For this day only offer Best at per r 5 cents Best r I3p r We will make ort other in our stock K It t I i Hall aftor aweeks visit to Mrs Tom OBryan Mrs Naomi Brown Daws came over with her uohn Browne from Lebanon to spend rNorman hus joined his wife and Baby for a visit at the W H I Leachman I home near tdton Mr J N Saundersof Stan ford was here on Mnday night to dosome work in the Masonic LddgtTof this place Misses Stella Simms and Miss Wathen are at tending the ex or cises atNazafe S today Mr Toni Eden of Louisville was bere visiting relaived He is just froui a severe surgical of tba ear Mrs tolm of Oak landj Cat is here on a visit to Mr Thompsons mother Mrs Sallie Hamilton at Fredericks town Mr John H Browne of riear Lebanon was in town Tuesday Mr Browne iisust frbm siegeof rheu Imatism Mrs G F Hambleton and two Ivttle sons of Hillsboro JOhio are here on avisit to Mra Ham bletons parents Mr Taylor Spalding s Mrs L H 1hurrnan and daughter Miss Rbdman and Mrs Margaret Bettis ae visiting MiS H D Rodman at She byville thiswweak I Miss Emma Adams who nder went ap at Gray Street Infirmary Louisville twp Weeks agois her speedy recovery 1s assured f Rev CK Crawford of was a guest of Rev Lawson on his return from Pleasant Grove church where fie is temporary pastor for the summer Messrs Andrew M G Leachman Robert Noa George C Tucker and lop b Bishop spent threedacs in camp- O Beech Jjork last week fishing TSTrV j3urns an old citizen of this county w ho has been making his home at Kinkead Ky years is here onll a visit to ihe family ot Mr Tom Mr Mortis Kirk of MaSon been visiting Mrs was llBd to his home Sunday account of the death of hisxjousin t Mrs Norris Lyman Barber who has jbeen a student at of Michigan is tbOmfor he Va cation ii4ia a fopdre cord at iwjhool a d carfied off some touch Misses Gertrude StocK Nell 4 i41r I J 2500 Suits for1850 a22 50 Spits foi700 1 4 20 OQ Suits for J600 yt5 jita for 115Q1I = J i10OOSults0t750 ii li 0tt 1 500 nlSor4 o i50 f 8Oti 1tJ p ilo tI 3d Pants fbr235 r for OO D Pants for L15 j 1 00 Y 4f y 1BOYSCLOilrlNG J 1 i 1ltIa 1 r7 iJi Boys 75 500 J 1 rl t Boys 50uitaoi 385 i 3 r Bpys90Suitgfo275I f J I Wewill Ready include = Made nlrts dSheWo Ladies J IIr we the Calicoes Sc yardI tHoosier Cotton Beached Cotton 8 K Speal Reduction articles r I GRtJDfMc1TIREl if IL p iOafaCherM thedayTuesdaYMr i FlagetXSimmsV commenceinent recovering operation Thompson recovering a prolonged andjMra operation much impraved and Loais yUle SundayjiighW Cunningliam Jobn forBeveral WheatleyS Icouutrdwbohas McLaughlin c riighVoii theVrJYerstty LmanJri the prizedTibnora j Iam S20ts 159 Pant1ot75 stUIJisfor 7- I i sake t IwS ftI 1 It 1FLOWp 1 C I 0 t t 0 OH Everything in ourLadies Ready I Q J toWear Deftartment r t f IIThissbpk cootairs sdme mighty nic rJJ SSteen PetticoatSi5lffi and 1 IIand xllT Voile and PaiI Skirtst 5tph1 h Jackets Ir I Splendid Iline of Mus1InI i 7 II Underwear Kintonast fi l riIDressI t r save Money in bWjn2t t 4- I j IYouan I Goods I 1- l Whiteb GOIIJ I jJvI in ji I d iI3 r 11 7 I I t tSP1JITI2S I I FPot i 1 Ftiday a1LSau4t i I Ladies Summer Y iitc Ech f lI 47llS apj5ca i I MenneisTalcusu15 t Is r 1 r V u r 5 4 See theiargains we are r offrIniln Clothing and Shofcs w I TheRobertsQllC1aybIosts4t J I tNCOKPOKATLO D W jI ii Burgees Nora Httrati Lucile Losson Messrs John Spaldwri Jesse Rapier Hatold Hurst ani iDrVR EL Grlnwello Brd v tpwn were Here Thursday t1 t Miss Pearl Claybrooke hw re turned frotI tat ColLate Lex ington wh9reshebasfiaiehd a Iwrmal cpurte Sht rcsiv1 a lltate certIficate which eatiUS ier to tech in aDr of tkajpr blie ch09tl ofenW k1 MrnclWr W p11cii5too- their daufhter wiMa4 SI 1 LuiaviL1eS thrm s iiMo- peatiOa k os Wr ibr tirio1 of a Wt rtUmM lt4yS j Col R It Wb1lR autiossV fT IJ Mc4J4R1d k Ms bociiivat F1 1- wrtiJeg th bui ib 0 obeia bdH if oclf to aHak ba a bie- frlend a = p r w w r r It kWJ JwrI ji F It joiur febor jw prcpiroas rulJjJir b Bay a food jfcr him jwia j it go s i ti b a No kns cker one iwboU ibow Ifcycw Mirth movit eitg JIyA gaboii Olt Hilp bivig t p8h07s y iiZtiJ t unpov u ut HUnd around i 1ik JI1u os4ver Dont tr Wt ratt1 fe4iflg iore be 4fj fellow has s little asara iess tba you W ikj a litit1ingyour t Ifat be s kaockr tieIf s41touartoyI1 Ii1N1DMI1 keep jour eakDOCkr f eyr c a doar i 11asek Non vet got 1 i g ever1 t w7siHssbethlaownNci er w l1f f up j 1PIraUTby i ici bs FT bsdown GtAp a kind r ord Civ ithIlItwOn L QHt1n4 you may w yorjlf tone dynb hytboiiind todtIt yeir lit without the dL abaySo dcmH be a k1 ekr Yo oanl afford it gTift taliftjr There iis notbinst t J i fl you want to th row a o4co siaibody throw t Itj I oiTJMll Of rqM Pont throw hrfefettp or ML Portbe7 y fcrv If jwi most kickp f tosrod hehind the barn ahdI bke a godi kick at youiself IIet borlfIOQ fHl that way youre 1 a tbItndkicking But i 1 + Jsbeit yoa do donjt be a t kiock V If bhca isa chance to boom hifciiKI om il Domlt be a kioekrJY erp x yur GetJjdla wit bothlwiMte TbM pull Bury yo lr bMtoiiit f Dou toma Jlawr rBi e your little hammer iIMtrti stranger drops iip tell biM t i la the r8ftonoartiv Itiii Dqnl gt mulish lI JP Dost rout B1 jolly Get h r pepaf11 Ite ileadejisy Help 1iAr CM Push your rfrftwl iiirith you Soon joiaH f awholiiirp6fMJon Be a fobdlejlow Non eyer hlpedhtme1f- t by Icfbuking other people down ItNoJiiiwijever got rich trying to nNtWp ple belIeve thsL he was t tbt lcood man on earth L J ofJipecw pe o1iI not yours Then I theyre teiide Keep off tue CorM All tenaM noValike Once lit a while you niany fin1 one r whO is very much alike Bnt aM differenti Youre not I nor1J shirt lin the wash Ifoa dont like their style letem3t 4 alIdf Dont knock Youll g 31i biedlo it Theres no ndofyo111n in minding your own busi olbetryOoyou better Better liaye others get Suck on you tbaa get stuck oh yourself Nobcgettuckn Icnocker r Do otyb Qte Be good AaericPrinterL t Mcaltkdbffee I really the closest JCe eI tltatibn reV yet produc TAI levtr Coffee f Q8tI ute was re t r cellar prsducea by Dr Shoop of K cirfe Wis Not a grain of real cefcfc Ita it either Dr hoops Hccltk reeis made from pure i eletUyho MiCktariftlcitfarcofee ifo2ffor30 H tc t liwuLbollin Made in a kwte iMje doctor Sold by Mr MKiroyJk Skader Ii NSi1y Total Eclipie RewdenUt of Kentucky will te ian opportunity Sun Idyioriing June 28 to witness al KWt aiJotal eclipse of the sun r and sijpild the weather be clear i on that4ittel mklday will seem 1iko fJ dukcJJ the evening 4 The eclipee will begin at Wash JBglon ltO t927 oclock in 1W oigdwillnd at li41 L iitiyj- 3 S 4 iLz I II E 04r j3LOWtTOU i oi MyeofXidreyi o B1aJterdi nl thatia1MK l boftri iit l t TksitEoot VIBT4gItI Dii oI j A1UIl 4 Mrja t f g r J I dyIt M UtlI flr 1 Scofff Emtitefon strenj thcns enfeebled a1rIg others by inCTtmsInf their flesh aihd- i veforce 43i It provides b by with the necetatLry fat and mineral food for healthy frbwtk ALL DRUGGISTS 5OOr AND sioo ii clock making the hours that itj1 win ha yisiblem Kentucky from 1027 oclock until 141 oclock The path of the eclipse will be Mexico City Tampa Pl and the Bermuda Islands on this cob tiaent and will cross the Allan Ocean and terminate some where in Western Africa The eclipse will be total in Southern Fljrida and about 75 per eqnt of total in the other sections vhere it wjll beat all visible pn this continent Deafness tail t bfcCure- bj IlocalI applications they canio1I teachthe disased port n of Therete only oneway to cure deaf- aess cult that is by constitutional 4emeditf8 Deafness is caned by an inflamed condition bJ the mucous lin Zogf tube Isinfldfied you have a rnm jblitfjgeannd of imperfect hearing and when ifris entirelyclod Deafness is the result and unless the inflama Hon can be taken out and thU tube re MQredtolog will be distroyed forever nine sesoutof ten are caused by Catarrh which Is notoinfl bat an inflamed coo ditio ofthe mucouS surface We will give One Hiwdred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by Ica DtarbHalls Catarrh Cure Send for clr culars free F 1 CHENEY CoToled O Sold by Druggists cL Tace Halls Family Pills for cqnsfi p flaiiotiKu Klux and Night Rider The June number pft Uncle Rf mus The Home Magazine con tainstwo Vrtirtes which 1na y seem at first glanc to treat a rather similar conditions the Sixth Installment of Mr John 0 Reeds storytf the Ku Klux KlTap of 1liicb he Jsone of the lk 4tidersKentpcky Tobacco War by Mr J dSlauiflertarteritythe likeness isvmerely injihe more or 1es pieturetjuefact of t 1heThe purpose of the KuJ1ux Klan was to rid thfe Sonthern States of an era of governmen tal corruotion agaipst aiiy future attempt at negro domination in a political way The Question of hite supiemacy wsts propound Gdin a very concrete fashion and was unhesitatingly answered by the Southerners of the seven ties they usefll force and trickery to overthrow a rotten rEgim furnishing another eximjplfe 6f tD j 2essedttory of the Anglo Sabcon race iillegal action for lthe purpose of protecting t esseatial eTegality There miiy be and doubtless are various opinions aslo the justification of the Ku Klux Klan S existence and operations But with regard to the Night riders while the expjanation for their existence is obvious enough the task of justifyingj i1is scarcely possible It every community bich suffered from the tactic of the trusts were toresept it in armed forced we should spoedilyji have a condition of anarchy The Kentucky ightriders are not making a particularly bold demonstration it is dora essen tially a dangerous and fool- ioneDoi h Marquis in Urtcle Re mjasfr The Home Magazine Jor June Cure Hemorrkiqes of the Lungs veralYears ince my lungs were so badly affected that I had many hepjprrhages writes A At Ake of WoOd Ind I took treat men wth several physicians witho t anybehefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and my lungs are now a sound as a ballett I rec ommend it in advauced stages of lung irouble Foieys Honey and Tafstopa the cough and heals the ungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refuse substitutes Sold by the Red Jtoss Drug Store IA JliihtRider incident it It The raid larmcath j entire State and an investigation was instituted by the authontfek troops were sent to thene ndxa special term of the grandi jury was called One or two indictmen1of Hopkjnsville and thesurround in g country were jn a state of tterror rthe first time in inyjlife rcarried a to church i siid Hopkinsvilkcitlzen nffE v ry i i igkie Major Bassett Superintendent of the Sundiy schopl took off his overcoat unstrapped his belt containing revolvers and fcatfcrid ges and laid it on a chair vfi thin easy reach A man whoseb ckwas scarred with the lashes of a whip was asked if he knewwno beat him Iknd he answered that he did What are you gohigto do Zi be was Sfeked N thinghe repled And take it from eif tbej beat you dOnt say anything about it either You would be astounded if I should tell you wheTisi responsi ble for my conditionFtom- Night Rider Against Trust by J Slaughter Carter in Uncle Remuss The Home Magazine r J neJWeakVometfshould tryDr Shbops pNight Cure These soothing healing jntfseptlc suppositories go direct to tile seat of these weaknesses Mv y Book No 4 for Women contains many valuable hints to women and it is free Ask Dr Shoop Racine Wis to mai1itrAskthe potQrln questionsyCuNight Cure is sold by The Refl Cross rngStore I Wit Kentucky Fair Des The following are the dates xd for holding the Kentucky Pairs ipir1908ae tar as reported wStanfordtj Georgetown July 285 days Vmchester4 Augost4 4 days Dauville August 53 clayS Lexington August 105 days Uniontown Augnst115 days Burkesyille August 14days Broadhead August 12 i days SpringfieldAugust 124 days Shepherdsville August 18 days t v tthvrenceburg August 18 ays J Cairoll GaIlatinOcven Trl County Fair Safiders August 443 Vanceburg August1O4 days Ewingi Augunt 20 3 days mShelbyvilleXiondon August 25 3 days Elizabethtown7 August 25 3days7 Burlington August 26 4 days Gecmantown AugT 26 4 days ysSaardinsburg Sept 13 dys Birdstown Sept 2 4 dais Fern Croekpt244yt 1Hodgenvilte j Glasgow Sept 94dayst Stomach troublesaievcr common in the summer time and you should ootonly be very careful about what you eat just nov but more than this you should be careful not toallow your toraach to betorae disordered and whet the stomach goes wrong take Kodol ThU lai the best known preparation tbiit1s offere to the people today for Liont l digests all fdcds4 It is peasant to take Its pleasant to take ft iIs old here by theKedCfO Pnarmic yt FACTS NFEW LINES Italy leads the nations of the worldl In the matter of theaters The bone frime of the average whale weighs About fortyfive tons The exposition being arranged for 1912 at Tokyo vTllI cover 29i2 acres Ethlppfuchariots of war cpconvenience of motorists owpl te photographic outfits are fur nished with all the essential chemic als in tabloid form l bVtvcecnorlgluallytenly divJg lug to thirty feet ntncost of 10000 000 playpterior Its sudden leu otllsUPPIXlhgl0001QOO IncludesoperntlngexpensesandJInterest Niagara nlfs Is so beautiful underI strong Illumination that a permanent installation of a series of batterlcx SthI teds8YSPOPllurOutsld of asfla popula tion of or over vis Tucufnnn 1i A Way of Pattinir It NHonpld did jou say shei was T teoklnsr askance at the strongniindaC fiaughter I TTiventytwo IGraciodsI Sjage Philadelphia North Americanll Dangeroq LalCM jbeThey say that salb 1akaI cinsldere4 tar more ngerou a 1an on the sea Hei guess thItstrIg ie heart r more engaeuntjIn a csaai IJItinona Hmsh1 C l SPORTING WORLD McQuillan a Crack Pitcher In Pitcher McQuillan Maoager Mat ray of the PhiladelphIa NAtional leofpe club has out of thQ greatest pltchlfig finds of the season In tie last few games he lisa demonstrated that lie li capable of holdfug his own wltk many of the big llagU slab artists fall the Phillies secured him fromLastI Jersey City leam of the piTCHEit MQUILLKX OF THE I HII ADEI PHIJL NATIONALS lleague with which he made a treat record Manager Murray thinks that with a little more experience in fast company McQullIen will be one of the best twirlers in the National league He has a fine assortment of curves knows how to mix them up and has good control ottlebIlU I A Queer Baseball Ruling gUsfipireing in arecent game between the Old c ago White Sox and Detroit which practically puts the squeeze play out of existence When Dougherty started tosteal home in the third Inning Sieves standing on the rubber ready to elher the baIl to the plate and as soon as Pat started Payne ran up in front of Davis and caught the ball preventing George taking a swing al it Fielder Jones declared he bad been Interfered with but OLoughllnY rul ling was that as long as Slever had not started to wind up his delivery he had a rlgbt to throw the baU Jo the plate to stop a runner the sam as be had to throw to first or tny oth er base Ruling 31 of the playing rule describes a fcilr ball as any ball gleL livered to the plate while the pitcher is standing on the rubber and the ball Is over the pltte Any fair ball mustt be called r strike An unfairly de livered ball Is a bali that Is delivered l to the jlat which does not come ov the plate and the umpire must call Iit a ball According to the ruling made by OLoughlln the sqUeeH lay is pracllQaIlykllled becajuse the runner ight start before the pltcher VlndR retdYtuI 1 English Tennis Player Coming There seeing to be eyry probability thatjin English lawn tennis team wil play in America during the summer This team will not only take part In the regular American championship tottrnfTment but will play against the American team the fjrst time in the contest for the Davis cup won last year by a team from Australia The winners of the match wIll go to Aw- etralia in an effort to recapture th 1c p T le American JaS8OClaUon does not think it worth while for bpth the English and American teams to make the long journey to Australia anil therefore proposed that the English send a team to America to play the t olngotoformer holders of the cup are not ex pected to compete this year the most likely English players being kWgore Frank Rlsley and S It Smith Miller a Clsssy High Jumper Indiana university which produced ez oy Samse the worlds champlbQ pole vaulter of two years ago chor tllng that it has another athletet InlIne for high athletic honors this time in tthe high jump John ililler is the student who Is credited with good per formances and his recent jump of 0 feet 2 Inches broke his previous state record and gave his college mates vi s ions representation on tbe Olypiplc t eamthls summer t British Marathon to Duncan The preliminary Marathon to tho Olympic games was run recently over n course of 22 wiles 1420 yards be teen rpark and Wcmblv London Sixtyeight started and Dud an of the Hal ford harriers won In2 tOUt 11 niiniitcs 4 secoufts The flnaljl wlll be rui July 24 orer a course threV miles longojr DEBT SOMETIMES JUSTIFIABLE enterprise4iersynd i IngIntoamoqt pending somewhat upon tile o ncap the o mayfferthedtspoa11lonwho whether he will or tlP1s bound to share a porton of the responsibility as tolncurrlngtheadylce otedetermlqatloocarnestness 1ypther ttypo are lIkely to fare better alsothosel to borrow 1L THFTWIthi vanceInrlRglcultutIst dthriftyimmigrants from the couHtri s ot protttsatleaks1nthelaqdThlaHe8nJ1Jnbredbabltmany generations is one that tH fupal1dnatural resources is very slow to learn t rI = J r fRr rlil les 111jS L IlB i i Two Unusual Styli The larger hat f fa straw in I color with roses it on the outside but to pink around the corner The stems and foliage ex tend the brim and mingle With the bows of rose and ODD OP BOS 8reen ribbon The other hat is white- no the outside with a turned pver brim faced with red brown straw The roses arq placed flat masses a each side and are pink Suits suits seen this season have been built up In Stch tweeds of coarse weaves and having1 bold nark Slings such as wide effects of liking for this material In dcgft cream color and brown stripes half an Inch In width Cream color and old blue or Ss are also smart A pretty Utile suit in cream and brown stripes was cut with good linK and the stripes were The coat hung almost trot the and was finished with patch and collar jind buttons of onion colored velvet Another ex rcellent white is made with a au of heavy otto man silk fastened with three large butt yousi covered with black silk By a strange freak of auto crabs have beau added Jo the ranks of the tailored models and horse hairs and tuscans of the 11tttrimmed types intended for use with the of street Some ot the daintiest of hats are in wh te and light colored and tuscan as to furnish the jfor bonnets after and Other de Blghs made famous by otd world pic tures 1 t Cerise which was used at first in modest t dares from hats of every hue A black wtth certee wings for instance is rather t a weird but more than somfe the other alliances such as black sad white with burnt and with red Net Quits Clear A well known of Boston wag once to some friends with to the of ohms loglcni jIn Ideufe in the form of written when he ob served that there are times when fbi method a trifle too sugges tive uFpr Instance said the nce heard a In New Hn np ihlrq make ills usual as The funeral of tit late ansi much tmunted sexton taken place on tesdny rit 3 oclock services will be held lUilll on s fi olclocb of There Is a disease fit this country most because so deceD Uve Many sudden deaths are caused by it heart disi ease lheart failure ot ore often the result of kid lucy disease It trouble ii allowed ed blood wilt att Bladder troubles almost result fIom a of the and a cure is by a proper great liver and Root relued It corrects to hold ttriiife pain in it and 6ejt night the effect oj is soon realized IE stands the for its cures of the most cases Root is totkC and is sold by all iir and size bottles You may have a bottle of this new dis covery and a book that tells all about iit both sent free by mail Address Dr Kil Root Dr and Ute i I j i sufienng is the lot of allI the ofNO to do so any more to a 1104colicoiany TalwWinefor all Womanly ills It can do and isUrs Sallie H Blair of City Tears writes 1I hadteen from teoiIamonths and had PJIt r tNow J think IIam about welL At alt they he l to take WIiii 01 aiTry It I WRITfiiJS A LETTER rv TffCfffGff GRADE ioHNaCMlnfJJLIfMOFJffE5OfJffAx Of THE Cdtawua BRANCHES iCLfDlNtiTEtEBIlAPHYAfJE TAUGHT IIU1lTlfVL TAL6Uf WSOISUl OOXKEEP1NG GRADUATES SICURI POSITJONSc9clOWRlttJfOw ADDiEs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY BOWtIHG UU PIf WOMAN AND FASHION nature thatching shading oufbver changeable ABBA50EMBST bright Fetching Walking walkingIextremely Jstrlpe strongIottgreen combinations particularly cleverly handled straight shoulders pockets m2Ietln andgy strlpcs cutaway coatVwItb abbreviated waistcoat Millinery NeweV millinery leghorns elaborately handsomest costumes Bridesmaids developed horsehairs expected foundation Romney quantities suddenly brazenly Bhp4 trimmed entirely combination scarcely striking millinery effects Copenhagen clergyman talking eferencc desirability coherence statements becomes speakerIi snlniatpr Sunday meriting tnuquncutneuts fojInwX WedI afternoon Thariksirlvlug chajtel Tnurwlay morning iIIppincotts The CaUse Many Sudden Deaths prevailing dangerous pneuiiionia apoplexy kidney tliekidiieypoiso ortIiretheuiselvibeakaha8derangement kidneys obtained quickest reeltngtskingDr Kilniers Swamp kidney inability bladder theI scalding passing beingIcompejTiieJiuslroiid extraordinary SwampRoot highest wonderful distressing Svanij pleasant druggists fiftycelit onedollar sample wonderful Wlienwrltinn auyIKilmers Swarnpltoof veryDbotbottleI dreat women who neglect hIth theirmanly organs reason thtn other disease negleCt rspr UJro your never harm certain todo goOd Johnson sufred womanly foutdociora couldnol RauMlt HrUreliable tsIIrlO DotUu BYMAlL widespread 0 j 4Tlsis4 simple and very good It could made at home for carried put 00I Copenhagen blue linen with yoke moot jriK COPENHAGEN BLVB 3IKEX white eyelet embroidery The esti mated cost would be as follows Eight yards linen 50 cents a yard Threefourths yard of eyelet rn- brolderyl50Buttons f 50 1 11ToOtal J5OODeep Plain Yoke In New Fcocks Many of the late French gowns show deep plain yokes with high collars all in one piece Many of these yokes entirely of plain chiffon tucked a areI tie others are of net null others of one 1lortyoke extends In deep point clear in the back to the girdle while there is a shirt V in the front Itrese zobes art for evening wqnr- end the yokes ate eithetunlIncd ortmany are sd llneil wljh flesh colored chiffon or otheh thm material astosuggest the flesh beneath They sre charnslng in filmy gowns and as jqool evimtIng wea- raSomo of these iutfe Dutch necks and doUbtlessthese will l1e 1Qreseep with the arrlvaj ofsummer but just now the high transparent fitted collar istthe favorite The highest amount path fore Honor j license In the state of ilussachusettg where local option prevails is 2731 It will be paid by the oWners ot tcroft inn to the to not MIddteton CEsvx courity which went wetforthe first time In Its history at the annual town meeting in March In Colombia South America bat the miners are women In hydraulic min 1lug theywork tiftlo their waists In wa IitbIgotd fields of Colombia would to a great extenj be undeveloped The tfagej paid range from 1C to 25 cenjs per day 11tmaniesthe last five years there has been a re sOdoloj1subjectsof books relating to sucEi maUers has e more than doubled jn the last fifteen years 0 Rico lies bctn reaped by machinery In Slam for the first time this season Tile machine Js said to cover aboutt Ctroliodto eftcct an enonioiis saving iii time but reaps the grain without damage lugit 1 Wild beUAts and snakes continue to Ik111 vast numbers of people In Indlne During the hist year the beasts hare slain 2000 Pcajth by snake bites sri reported to 1228r4 atf against 21707 In 1900 The greater mortality is sup posed to bo uue to heavy foods which Idrove the snakes into houses and home stead 7 A mild tnil sub tarial lokius two Plory tdue built out of cd ties k one ot the curIosities tllroadI Manchester K Hfj1O families oc cupy id It Is built in masonry style the ties being built up like blocks of stone It Is sufficiently lighted thentbeing seventeen or eighteen regular sized windows Jqnr1Ibj has had to upend a deal of money libel actions He once admitted In Ilh that ho had spent over 200000 said the late Sir Prank tock wood I must thank you Mr Lat chero on behalf of the prof esslqn Go onand prOsper Needless to say tbersT star roars of Uuxhtcrjn court Pwr MfflcII lsoften tnoufrht to be repsstale for an infants loss In w Ight or Ic poor hjealth The ciutsQis generaP1 hatthe child has wormit They UallYl toe nourishment in the food and aby starves actualtvstarveiWlsIteS Cretp yer 3lfqgeeip the worst ad sourlshes ihe Child suri aad8af iprice 26 Dent Sold by th e lfd Cros rug tore ti t Advice Write t d describe y for afree ceyy of valuable 6tN r iMtraM ioskrwosa issdJkdS Mki La5 h4vlyrr aMoe Th stating ae aM Iesly willie C ISUIIa 5 aau II THE CAMPAIGN IS P 4 li Who Will Be President i To form yJuif opinions and keep f in toBch w1th progress ofthe cainpajn you wilrineed flre claiapui ipaper We have m aje a spepial arrahgeoient wHftrtky you erf n get the r4 t f liiiDailytV i OR t tt 3 4o i It LI Louisville Times ftyrf rp EROMNOWUNTILDEcEMR Ii 1 AND i Ia n The NewsLeader 1 J J i J4ForOneYerfoc Qn1y rJOO i IiIiN s16ad6t on jar Daily lleJ1 i1r T tot 110Y1 F Ot 11fTh J- This gives yona live metropoittan paer ihcough b4 campaign and the ecUoii Order t9 day aii b1cripL tioa will start with issue 6f day order iU receiyedf iNpi hack numbers dan be sent r if s This speciall campaign offer iis inlffect oly duriteg June July and ugust and no 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