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bHIeI It 7A J ItsWhatYo Eait L r c i q t J I L = 1r jl I 1 I JF Our itttBrothers Back Jn the murky aeons Whlck Craded our primal race Back wke s cayemen hairy v Foufhttwlth beasts fcr place rv Back whek lifeWas nothing Butmlfhtof the strongerbreed Waa boris that avf4l something Which Maker Kentucky bleed fWe ate no outlaw people tWe iwaortnath and right Ih ttAurbitter brothers Who secretly ridejij night Are hatkisg1ickto ages Pea weath tie hand of Time With Are and lash and bullet J Their trinity o crime To our bbovedcouatry r Weve given of bur best Breckinridge Clay and Lincoln rWeJ3 tef and the rest j f eVe builded with oCr sistdrs jrTo make Columbia trst WeTve sent braye men to battle A tyrants Mnd to burst- Still areiour mountain warriors Quiet the feud sleepson Bat here on the Bluegrass bor erIFlames amarchys redd aw T l Tea1ght is still wiCh dread1 j A SUKKOSS sharp from the darkness j A sen or father dead s Our bread is ewith l Skame sits beside our hearthstones Qtu garb a sackcloth pall thearts aredeathdrum throbbing li Our foreheads touch the dust TJ j l y4t purge jith patent fingers rFrdm our mothers breast the blottA in AJs I as ate and Passion As old as parjparent Cain L BOTHERS SEE l TThe- gYie w lof outsiders of the blcco diatr1ctsof thisState arell always interesting We reprob duce ao editorial puplishei in a t paper wiiich is edited by Prof j O B Grant who will be remem bered as principal of the Highs t Schoollst this place jse veraly ears follows Thenight rideri troubles in Kentucky are wel known to pearly jevery one but J the conditions which led to these troubles are not generally well defined Tobacco raising is a great industry in Kentucky and like nearly everything else of great money value in this coun trya trust was formed some years ago which controlled tht i prices Thus the farmers had to tell to the trust at trust prices or not at all Then the legislature enactcdlaws against iitt ut left the farmers frey to enter into combinations for their owr of Ecuity to regulate their crops and to sell them through an authorized agency but within this society there was formed another society whose aims were myste claUs It was secret and the members took oaths to compel farmers to obey itsorders These ire the night riders They kill burn barae destroy crops and commit other outrages against those who don t heed theji warnings They are no people This second society was formed oecause they did not agree with the purposes of the Society of Equity and were determined that they would have their own way about ihe raising and sale of tobacco A farmer pot of this nystejious crowd gets an un signed note saying thut he must not plant tobacco If he does plant tobacco his barn may b burned be may be whipped or even killed The farmers com biried to fight tbe trust and ire now the victims of terrible war among themselves and the trust haS not suffered in the least It is a state of affairs the end of which cannot be seen r I1 11m 77E N13WS LEAp13RT IOBSERVATIONS l00Meti1 sOrwater IAreas reachingGod brotherslAre rEDWINCARIilliEIiTSEY GreenupIll grpwers areneigbIbtn tloftl opiniOQ on the Kentucky dog law aBd has decided that iit is oooetiiutkHial and can be enfor eed It is fortunate that the II8ettledtiii sberUfs and officials all kinds of trouble The do tax had been collected for the put year oFtlvoi butrthe aheriffsaffer tey bad collected the in6nej couldimd no one who was auv tipfized to receive it Every thing was waiting on the out cortfe f the test suit of the Jog law Fariners who have los sheep by do sand who uiidCr- the operation of tfye dog Tawfr wereto be reimbursed from the dpgtax fut1dwilI now ba paidi The sheriff of Washington doutf iyt we understand collected aboujf 1600 in dog taxes last year and turned the amouiitf in to ttIe joeparjment at FrankfPrV b tovih Im with instt ifctipris tohOlduri til the constitutionality l1f the a 3g law was fiDally det1rMne- dIIe surplus from7the dbg txfund left over afterjall sheep c aims have Ieen satisfied is toI bs appltIto41scbcjoit fund of the rejeUv counties a nd- Washingtoi county should re ceive quite a sum left from that source as the claims for lost sheep are comparatively lights There arejfew Iquestfohs Jh the State that have been made as much of ah issue as the dog taxI law It has been said that it partially responsible for the de feat of tiieiDemPcratic state UckI et last year and there wr- etrenuonsatteapts to have the law repealed during the last ses sion pf thfe legislature It stood the test hp ever anrVsiill stands on our Statute books His abadllaWj time will teiljs has not been given a fair Itlt yet In any case the will hyp to abide by it unti11s tepealed and that may never be s A GraRdTamily Medicine v It givesme pleasure to speak a good word for Electric Bitters writes Mr IVank Conlanof No43 6 Bouston Sty New Yorlk Its a rand iamiiyme4lclne foX dyspepsia and iiyer complications while forI lame back and weak kid yalt cannot e too highly recpmmehled ijleC trlc Bitters rilaeth digestive functions purify the blood and im part renjBwed vigor and vvitality to he weak and debilitated of both exes Sold under rant eat Hay don Hobertsons drug store 50c I ierae on NigHt Riders l FankfqrKySevaral4igbt riders may have been wounded and a bodyjof them was repulsed by the Soldiers in ah atack wjiich was madeon tbe home of Louis Kinuey Bracken county last night in an attempt thai was made to kdnapKinney wboJ is an importanitiss against the night riders The soldiers wbo were on guard at Klnney house fired several volleys at the riders and itis believed that several were wounded and crrried off by their comrades Thejnews pf the clash between the soldiers and the nightriders camp tb Frankfort this afternoon in a report from Maj Webb who is in ctarge of the soldiers now on iduty iu Brackeucciuntv Maj Webb said in his report that Ii band of men went to Kinneys house about midnight last night and attempted to take him from his home They never had a chanceto carry out their iutentions as the soldiers who hayebeen guarding Kymeys homer in anticipation of an fettack on him promptly began shooting as soon as they saw the night riders who fledi Maj Webb says he has reasoti to believe that the bullets fired by the soldiers found human marks Louis Kinney is a brother of the prosecuting attorncvy in Rracken county and has made a determined effort to bring to justice the men who have been raiding in BracKen county Kin ney says that he will tell the next grand jury the namesof many men who have been oni djbeliev KinIrnight TalllnK Hair Ayrttfek Vteer vronpt MboM tfce enu that cutte fkttng Kir K itourMiM tee hair tea resteretthcm to health The haIe1hVmt eet grovri more nvUfy 1IIJngredents Wattersonian Broadside i i Wl begin to think there must lbe something really formidable abut tfche Chicago ticket arid tthtstate of mental perturbation intoj which Mr Wttenfion has beet thrown iby the r promulgation DbsL lie beUevethat this brpadsi eof verbosity is gibing to ovei whelm the Republican party or was he merely trying to shoivthe delegates otbe Sunday School Contention how much h 3 knows aboutthe Bible Per aps the indefatigable Mr rpbinwanted to prove that heaall ready sufficiently famthar with Scripture not to need any assis tanc8 lrom thatsource- Or perhaps he got bOhcon ventions mixed the Republican at Chicago and the Sunday school workers in Louisyifcle The great heat Pi the last few days is enough tOEexcuse getting t things mixed and anyway MajfeeHenry isa great mixer We are trying to discover spmesatisfactory and charitable teasonand rhodomontade of yesterday can be exp1ainedandforgjsenL A campaign with Bryan ing forty eleven speeches d ilyI tbd consuming several dictionII t atMafise Henry is going to add to imTagonyby writing editorials and printing them in double aol umn measure in which are t quoted sources of all kinds from the Books of Moses down to the jDenver platform we feel inclined to quitright now It will not be netiessary for us I to dp anything for Bryan will oe buried so deeply beneath hisE Wfl eloquence and the reamsol copy from the Wattersonqulll- thatbe will never be heard from on the night of electtonLouisi- lIe l Herald tnlnkslt Siyad His life Lester M Nelson of Naples Maine aysina recent letter HI haverised Dr Kings New Discovery many tears for toughs awl coldsr and I think it ayed my life I have found it ai reliable remedy for throat and lung o complaints and would no more be without a bottle than 1 would bell without lood For nearly forty years New Discovery has stood at tbeE hedd of throat ajid lung remedies Asa incentive 0fJ pneumonia and- 3efer ofweak llungs ithas no equal old under uarantee at joberj Trialbottle free former MeeFejurruI Death As the Si1toca distressing accident Wesley Soiitherland farmer residing nearthe Marion and Bpyje county line metdeath J in fearful form llast Vriday at upon He bad beenatsinh- e fields and wnenthedinner hour arrived he vas calledto the house by his wi eOny a short wbJle later while Mrs Sbutoer lamt was busy aboutth- e9hehcardtherattlefh hlcwsSt ii so the pufeide and going toth window she saw a mule pass rapidly 1Y dragging the pros trate form of herhQsbapdA t J thebarn where the mule stop ned the unfortunate man WtsS extricated from the chains but life was exiincV He hhd been dragged for something like hall a mile and when an examination was made it was fopid that hfr neck had been broken and his head and body badly cut and bruised He was a son of Owen SotUherlTand and was 3X yeai of age He is suryivfd by his wife to whom hewas married about two yt ars ago It is thought the accident wascaued byMr Southerland getting hIs foot caught in the chin as he at teoipted to get on the mule and that the animal became frighten and ran to the barn The be djjed wife has the sympatbyApf overeerypnc1t1tb community I tht trHgic4atIi f her husband Lot aiion Eutei p ue Dandruff Ayets KakViger Jt M promptly destroys Iht aena that OMM daaaft It removes even trace of daadnrff kicK ud keeps the sQlI deaa sad to healthy cendHtea Does not Color the HalI i WeAvich ybtt to poriUvriy aw 4tettectly imdentand thatAYer VJor does sot aKecttH cob of the hair eveR to the erIId grec Pmoniwkh the wkkettor the1ktUt sod aost kp Meodkkmayseltfre Iy wlllau ovl8 JoeIooIr StiItthw ct QuWii S CM rM Cc1 Sage Mcsl1 Water Perfume Sow H6forJ to your doctor Ask hIM what he thlMs oruJJO Am ooXIun LOWIIIMJS f TAFJ AND SHERMAN yIW te Tick t Which win Carry the Repqblican J11 Banner this fall i William Howard Taft Secre tavy of War and the choice of- PrsidentRoosev lfor theposi tion was nbminafed for the presidency late Thursday afternoon on the first ballot The wildest enthusiasm followed J Each iithe Different candi dates was placed in nomination Senator Burton presenting the name of Mr Taft wheti tne vote was taken it assooiiseen- that the big secretary wpq d wino the first ballot and theother candidates quickly moved to make the nomination unaiunious Thiswas done The convention adjourned until Friday morning at tel oclock With Congressman James S Sherman of New York chosen asvice pfesidentall candidate and runninglnaw of Secretary Taft the Republican National Con ven tiori of 1908 parsed into history I The final session lasted less than t wo hours adjournment without delay bein taken ati47 oclock t Before ihe convention ass rn- t 1edit was practicallyi certain that the vi presidency would gqttoMr Sherman A larg number of Stites had indorsed his candidacy m caucus and it spread like Wildfire The New York delegation solidly stdrd back of MrS6rmanand when the voting began there was a rush delegates to fall into line victory being assured to the New York Representative long be fore the roll had been ialf omI pl ted Speaker Cannon appeared un expectedly upbn the floor of the convention and by unanimous privilege t speech for Mr ShermajT who had been placed in nomination by Timothy WbPdrnff chairman of the New York delegation Mr Cannon was uproar ously tt greeted as he stepped totbe J convention platform and his 1 earnest tribute to Mr Sherman one 11of his floor leaders in the i ower House of Congress was enthusiastically applauded Following the speechof Speaker CannPn seccnding the Sherman nomination Senator Lodge recognized Gov Wilson whspoke for Kentucky Me endorsed thft IsFew York nomina ion and said that Taft and Sbert man could noli4 fail to be the best before the convention The delegates who like Will- S noIlvwled for him as sogn as he rose They realized that a man wild had been talked of forj yice residenjb and mighttbve been nominated by hisp vttiState was going to pour a little more oil on the waters of Republican harrapny Willson strjingly endorsed Sherman and when he sat down Jie was almost deafened by heI Vpar of approbation from New York him and the othe States Jill over the hall II I Nature has provided the stpmach with certain natural fluids known as the digestiveajuices and ids through these juices fht vhe food we eat is tcted upon in such a way as to proI duce th rich rd blood that flown through the yelntf of oiir body andj hereby makeS uatrong healthy au robust and it ISthe weakening these digestives juices that distroy health It U pbr own fault if we 41sJ troy out own health andy t it is so easy for any neo put the stomach OUL of order Wheuyou need to tak something take Iit promptly but tak something you know is reliable Something like Kodol ForDyspepSia and Indigestion Kodol is pleasant to takext is reliable and Uguranteed to give relief It i sold by the Red dross Drug Store Woman Farmer A LaRue county woman farm er has demonstrated the fact thatrher sex is noj only equal to man in many walks of life but that in some instances she excels Mrs Eliza Gaddie who owns a farm west of town and has for many years seen a ter the details of its management this week won the proud distinction of theLouIs1vll1of lambs that haye been seen in Louisville in many years jl Mrs addle sold forty thrilambs to the local socipf 1 s Hubbard Bros Patterson Monday Who shipped them to tho Bourbon stock yards in Louis ville The younfitej averaged eighty pounds and were of the finest quality A letter from the tirra in Louisville to the localj stock dealers stated that the shipmenttwas the finest that had been received vn Louisyille mmany yearsatfdaskedi where fi they were raised The Louisville firm was of the opinion that such superior stock could not be raised in this sec tioq of Kentucky Mrs Gaddie is the widow of the late George G Gaddie and one of LaRue countys nxoatI practical women having a thor ugh knowledge of every detail of lli farm work and her suCcess at sheep raising is only one in1 stance in many iin farm work at ihicb stie ha succeeded so ad lirablyJ Cuunty Hera d I t The BcstTIIts Ever SOJdo After doctoring 15 years for hrpnic indigestion and spending iver two hundred dollars nothing has lone incas much good as Lr Kings I fewIWe Pills I consider them the lest pwr ver sold writes R F ysue 111 lgIesidj N c SoldJ nder arant eat Haydon Rob rtsoi drug store i Greens Nebraska IIndians During 1905 and 1906 Greens febraska Indians played 874 ames through sixteen states iin rhey won 316 of these and lost mly 58 In tthe two years they hpt out their opponents 87 jimesTbisis the best record mown to baseball Greent reat r dtelm will play the Of Jardstown club at Bardstown l Cy on July 1st and 2nd u If one feels dnll and sphltless b he spring or ehf1y summer tney call m t SprIngs Fever Bt there Is rn ever usually It ii ftie after effectI I if our winter habits Jthe nerves ajre cfnostlyicrres leave uslanguid lifeless and rithout spirit lor ambition A few j loses of Pr Shoops Restorative will in bsolutely and quickly change all of hese depressing symptoms The Restorative of course wont brinf you bakJ nt it will do enough in 48 hours toii atisfy you that the remedy is reachs ngihatutlred spot Druggistsp Everywhere are advising its use as a splendU and prompt general tonic a gives wore vim and more spirit to- ghe spoonful than any other known icrve or constitutional tonic It i harpens a failing appetite feids di estion frees sluggish livers andii tldneys and brings new life strength tnd ambition Test it a few days ant e convinced Red Cross Dtog Store Died ffn Louisville l =Allen Kendrick Gregory a wellknowJi livestock broker and rather0f Judge Jas P Gregory I lied at his home 1521 Coral ave auej in CI ftonat 115 oclock yesterday morning of ursemic poisoning after an illness of t several months Death was ex ipectetii Sregpry was surrounded by tile members of hiSf family Mr Gregory was 6Tyears old i native PI Boyle county and a member of a pioneer Kentucy R Family He was reared on8 farm and when the Civil WarE broke outhe jjoined the Confed R arate army Shortly after his Bnlisiment he was forced to re turn hcmeonacrountofhis health In 1875 he moved to Louisvillei and entered the tjive stock brokerage business forming the firm of A Kv Gregory Son When stricken by iiHnea- otwo and a half years ago he re tired from business His wift died three years goMt Greg l ory was a member of the Ohris tian church Fe is Survived by six children Judge James P gregory DE vGregory Missil Dlfa Gregory Mrs L A Rubk tnoR BWilhoyt Courier Journal Mr Gregory was a relative Ofl Me rsJ P Gregory and Lu cien Gregory of this couty Vit1I LOiRE The most delicate part of a baby ia WB bowels Every ailment that it sqffera with attacks the bowels at endangering in mostcaMi itlte life ot tile infant MtGees Bafey iUxirr allderanbowels Sold btIi Red Cross Drug r Store r r The Rtttiiwiy To cure dygpiIAFlrst give way IchanzdIasoen7rMiLV n As Good as Eveiv r he home club had very little trpudie defeating the Bourne k Bond team of Louisville in two games last Monday andTuesday byjbhe score 10 to 7 and 15 to b Bourne 5ond were touted to begood team before their arrival jbut thiey didnt quite cpme up to expectations as the scoreS will indicate Geprge Colvin was placed on4I the slab for Bardstown in the first game andthe i hepitcbed ball showed that Be is as good as ever Calvin should have hiYa shui out but for errors by theoutfleld at critical sfageslei- mristiin of the tuns The in field accorded him almost perfect sup porL throughout the game Bardstown St ndardf I KennedvIL pisto take as it tastes near1as sugar ItIs d1t r tfromJ thtrsas it does not constipate butsotr the other hand it acts gently y tlYrWly on the bowels and thereby it drives thecpld out of the system t sold by he Red Cfoss Pharmacy 7 II Not Liable The insoTflace companies jwiiich po idles bf fusurauce onJI the tobacco destroyedt by night riders in Ruiselivill won a signal victory In the opinion just of haded down byJudge Sandidge the Log n Gtrcut Court at P Russell vi lIe w b ich j exempts them from liability The companiess which were represented by Attorney Bernard Flextier and Charles H Sheild Louisville refused to pgythet1 losses en the round that hey d were i exemptfid from payment e tlar that clause in the policy which excuses them from nay eat of a loss that Is caused di Is rectly or indirectly by riot n hey insisted that thalosses Jn a uesiun werq caused by rlotsThe plaintiffs on the pjthef a hand contended that the clause H ques ion did uot excuse the tJ companies from payment ofag lOSS by fire caused by a riot ut merejf a loss caused by the the rioters other than a fire loss uch as a destruction of the rupertyby means other than by fire Ir The case was elaborately ar ued abput two iveeks ago and iin his opinion Judge Sandidge sustains every contentionpf thtinsurance companies and holds that it would fie doing violence K to the policy and to the intention of the parties to take an yiisw other thaI thatcontended for by the companies The losses at RusSllvilie amount tosoIIiethingOYt 20000 The companies had outstanding policies throughout the State aggregating 100000 which the decisipn effects Simie lar questions are pending ina Louisville at Hopkinsville and a in ptner parts the St teTithes r 0bHealth Coffee is really the closest tl Coffee Imitation ever yet produc fhls clever Coffee substitute was reftcently produced by Dr Shoop of tiacinecoffet in it ettleDi Shoops f Coffee is made from pure h foastetgrainslWlth m ItnutselcJJeallj It wOl iufoRl an axpertwhoimlghit drink for coffee i minutes teftous boiling Made in a byucE1royit Fall Under Twii ff c While engaged in thfeilanger tis practice oi jumping on sea II oil trains for pastime Samuel Crews aged 17 years son of Mr and Mrs Walter W Crews fBatt tb with a frightful accident in the yards below the Njdepot Tucsdaf I iifternoon about sixi oclockl With iwO of his friends fbot1tbsame age Crews bad been playinpfonthetfaihsswitchinifiB jibe yards for several mihujfce An Enterprise reprecenUtivt pass dwhhtn only a few feet otl the threa boys shortly before E the accident and at that time i they were riding on the pilot ot a engine A few minute laterCk when a frighttrj bond SKHUfe came into the yard jfoMjiBfj bnibravertempted Aboard it Hegrabbad the ha1doiithe sdeOf 1butw 7unab1e to Hc1 scarI ptp 5 too in r Vd fell to Jiil ground I1tntat iMuner M IM dtgettoriqu tet a dklaiiCar 4L A I i I r lBSlpR17 1 PH J r i 11 I1T- L Il 41 f ti Li j ewhjIehj iwo frisdsJoio1with horror TWi Irao stopped afferr it had rwi 4 t distance and tilcboy was picked up bJhfIlpanwnsand CY IAlii r fB i J rJIe was mrrinitn teM T ta physician nai S found upon ximtttattoa thai cir whfsei dial not JMMI iir i boYs limb lilof Jiis right foot wssfrspss His face waibly cii aad bruised sad hiia btcfc p afftHy L ifljQr5djtwU54tIthat he right foow MlkaWi he ampitated Jafi ibis will ol nee rt tbateeiiurg phi sielan says unleo phiMt a aUiIItQLJe1IOI1dZ r Ji lsrPrias 4 jL WICIRC m JI A AF iraaFcA iprepartjo4 us troai1e rtii ItJtiIi i cured coHsumptt akl tkiirttTrt aK t You eTer heart of 5117 o j AFetirfiedGW bf Jfct 3gi cW s Urg Sk r r oOfH Ofl fij 1tf I Sp FA V t 4 Frankfort K lr i Wltsr 11 that the Barley Thhtiku tlniiiirj todiy clpMdl a d aiMairlM Sk 7000 hbgbheaaa of the l fli t grade tQbwSco in 1the poot lbi Cice being 16 oeata jf rPhe nameof thfjwrch not wade known bat i s c l all war s l4 to Poe a sale ut thisbigvlo4of Il this high water pris IflT t he distribution of trtilMHa L f1120Q00 to thmiisygvsw rs lrlJghtad J 4I r 1 oftwo kInde ieltaait tW t fead thzteoa fram a akk liSftiiL lache Does your Iwail eye MM me I gourd ami yWiIII i l Mt W 4 or 1GN ca4Llr5e itiaJNt IUbJ 2ctlsgea Yd9Ir Myti wtQ Jkth Ji rb4m Isnt4k kyi hi aosolte aHcel ha yIt Jet void by Ie Tadc1N a lOre u 1ei 0 Fifty GtUa Yws e7 f LebconKGoy sad ProOKiiMt hay a t11 r br ted the fttl1 1il1tj f he r WarrIaL A a ioaUiw f r ception wag teadttred MMM al t e MHtlc TesipI in th edy by Murioo CoiiimaMkry Jfe 114 T r v ovKDc lJj UM OM Pa 2tJ Eminent Ooaar erf Jaaika f CoMinaadery aMd LbtpI L7 4lmost distiBf iiiabtd eiti sptoted and Joy d lay UM waaai rJcommunity 11e ractpkloav I which laat 4ifrdi7ld 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Ie JfbTtse to anoece MhllQNuacteT a tUt rWWottaa o CoagreM fNiIfI Utkcf tt ltk GofT Mi4al ttitrictt r11Ir 1 r Mart y t apy v i FOB SHERIFF 3S Un atttfcorized to MMMMKCC AO nirtnlT uri tnfltfTIT for the iwwii t4cs eaen fWuIWIrt i 1Jt ftN 1ot1ie actOll of the mUCrt7 putIeBkhard Bottttt Raw D CawpWll Wilt 5wTHt JMkten andHttbertylrf la prSWcsiire anthorbed to announce S J Ajte oo a a candidate for Sheriff d Wajhinftoa county ubjecttothe Jwttocratfc party CectIa Edficvao Sam Hale ygtiiH Powefl IMl ByioaCr ake f A DWFATCH from Chicago ay s j Ir i JahL1 roreti M prNl 1 lfilM palled IliiW Workers an- stf JUirtrtoaHtii aifrbt f f out a jp M tobIlecnijftttate to rlitical1ao and IB the SS 0 th b Wln bicoee in stSC L Dspsrtant Of the Nitioe grSr al QhJfl sdrst The Utttr WuI4drsd to John 0 Hard el1 l 1iIc Ilrs4Iiy of the Political tIC Aetiost crnaittee of the CttJC itf l o FfcUratfon of Labor and was J 4laSi L 4 ll s tI I leiiyt oaaiidarr ior the Dgrno stki itt rorG yernbr f Ji UjJi In la 1etIe1Mtb Jtj iwu a irte tath is 119 A 4 macb at poliVjcwinV aridei t oalU atWatio to bis recent ill M hbbIO lot his de b e1tsUot take any tiv part do tejlteopaiac oftvpaTgn Mitch sU WbMiaUOD as a prqb 4 Il aW e osawe for vide president 1 J o 1kk wiU Bryan WelDC tws iktout ff r Ja Repesitative James S 1ir1fN5w York1tbeRe G I155one fr Vkf1 X Prki fM fiff riir iroaa gall ti r rWM kk Wto Clvo Jid iMiIalr It is possible c 4 HwtaM tt opinatoo may be neces dtI i M Vt been sumoned S Sj fr oo crYo lc 1I1 pient iiC frra sa aptempeptur w r range bweeft 102 and 103 de grst whtit his heart action is- disqaWiac The physiciansi hopthat an op cation may be avowted aad jlr Sherman leP grapped secretary Taf t that hit xpeted b mipfc him 1ttWasbj i1bgte nxWedndayS J JspjEltnL Jutereit jg be i Binti in the possible choice ojf1 UMI Democratic National POYJ4ati9of a candidate for t a vice prsflidtnt Gov Jobnsop of Mmnesota llooms up as the stroci fsttman for the place al tbojis claims that ho could BQt uSocft the nomtnativ and him fred have not yet given up bopft thit be tiitsachaiice against idry t fottbf head oC the ticketi a Tlk Oommonwelths Aitor 1t1 J Marshall county tt TSitmation among the h44wLie41 he secured ptr Si tlieclsebefore a q DuoontkI from MeIt n conaty Seyeral acr vSa4iiing Doriesi have ISMNd bf home juries h5Ifiibd 1ANica Salve WiisS ZIre1 t5 Rural Route 1 coci1as1wiIte L had a bad ii ltep of my foot Ji l ftM TtotWag that would MsstlI Jl allied Bwkleas Ar Lza a1las t It tf MI u itpay or be W atctIa 1HIMct k4 tder a a1 tbkt i k B toes tUf SS Fif YMW t ft ti vl 1 Qlfverifmf f t t5- cJ4dMPL1IJL t I KriiiMoor bars rHd p W H FT wftbsJ1 Leonten- lihi 1bbin Srg Kt IJiIte 5014r eted M tliI iwi eIJI S O1it Soday IrhoraiIaitaI fris4 uaYi Jet bay bfl11- lrOBila jftoSa and Mary Pju t Iit e spending the week with tiwsir gra dpareaU at Chaplin ira JBJis Moprejand Preston Mooft id family din d at the of Mr BaariMocre Sunday TOe whQ juttendpd the dedi ctio Beldat the Pair Mount cijurch frOBi Hooresville rere1 Herbert Bddl0man and fami Xd wfIof1etrJDou Gull George M oul Palmer Cheatham aa1 Willie Garney Matti- eIkitiL F M Carney and two J l1Jl1 IfTH will wake inquiry will be revelation to you how many SHC tokidaey or bladder troubles oe lorm or another If the pati F01eyxwiey 8 iake Sold hjr the Red droes Dnlg 1iJtre Antipch r =The4vRL OJmstaiwilE each t Antioch church on the Fourth Sunday at 11 oclocka mDQnt fail to hear him Mr Myrtie Sweazywho has been III lor some time is better Bro Grundy Dennis of Bbarpsville was the guest of A Moore Saturday Misees Elizabeth and Edith HardenOlljeBest athirn Springs We are always pleased to read newsy correspondence from Kfrklandr Mrnd Mrs G Wtmrong gave the yoqng people a social JHriday night which was eatly enjoyed by alt present preachantoalar8congregaon SundayJAMoorest atuday afternoon with bis phonograph Frank Bowen of Sharpsville attended church at Fairview JIFrank Sweaty has returned orneafter 5a weeks stay at French Lick Ind 1 A LCSSM m Health impurltiesfroin teythisFoleys Kidnay sonnplridlleyallIt forws f kidney and bladder systemMOdbytheRedejt 1I1 rDied on the 19th inst Mrs SliturdayintermentathristianH meteryMr and Mrs fames Isham HarrodsburgTuesdayR was here Saturday Dr W T Barnette and wife rotlCbIiLanas Foster of Wijlisbofg SundayMisses Raybourne iPIiLouisville this week MrsJ M Smith visited her mother Bryantsville the latter art of last week Lexingon i New York spent Saturday and Sunday with their undej J B Peter H i Mrs JjJB Piw5Idfla- rodshurgiastTueay t MisS tBrvantrandJ3udte1av returned to their homes in Bry an isfilje after spending a week jf wlth MrsjL M Smith I Gliton Lieachmaniof Spfing field was here Sunday t IJMrs AG Tmey and granddaughter Missi Ain Bell Rileyllleft last wjek to Visit in Indianapolis Messrs Joe and John Wycoff we er in Springfield Monday M s Royalty and Miss Rose Shewroaker of Cojnishville spentSunday with their mohr- Qrs Uriah ShewmakerI I Mi ses Bessie Hwr pe and Jo s phine Moss of Brvantsyille hhvv returned to their homes af tr 5endine several days with II Mrs J B Petert Miss Marin Isham was in Hatro lsburg Friday Those from a distance at1 end ing the funeral of Mrs G H Hickerson were Mr anti Mrs Dick May 1of Kirkwood Mr sftid Mrs James Seay of Har rodsburg Mrs Green of Dan ville Mr and Mrs Hat Eth rington of Willisburg and Mrs Dick Baker of SpringfieldS J M Smith was in Burgin Saturday Mt andj Mrs Walter Foley of Springfield wer here Sunday Minor U tt9m nnc1Harv y Sweeney were In Willisburg Sat urdaySr TnInk It Sayaddl1is 1life Lester MfNelsonqftTaples Maine says in recentjetter I have used Dr Kings JTew Discovery many years for coughs and colds and I think it saved my lfer have fund it a reliable remedv for throat and llung complaints and would no more be without a bottl than I would be fortylyet head of throat and lung remedies Asa preventive of pneumonia and Sows All Sold EditQINews Leader 1 canrreport very great success tinImy sales of DurocJersey Spring pgsafact that I attri bute largely to my ad in your mvcropofIof my sales a 5monthsold gilt to Mr PitM Howard who is getting together a fine young herd of Durocs will make him as fine a brood sow as there is to be found anywhere I have sold out of sow pigs but have a few choice tIes left Please change my ad td that effect Yours truly Y JE SBELBY rf d 9o1 Springfield Ky- Deltt1s Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will in a very B crt time strengthen the weakened kidneys and allay troub1 arising fjrom inflammation of ttt bladder They are recommendcu everywhere Sold by the Red Cro s Pharmacy it 44tt AT iOOunllillghaffl Dulloall- sI I lI For one weekl ty iUf Hope Cotton ll2c j i Hoosier Cotton 5c1 r t Prints 5c d ChecK Ginghams 6c 94 Brownjfteeting 20c i 10 4 Brown Sheetin =All C WashGoods Special Prices on Mens and V omen sLow1 Shdes in Tans and I Patent f J 3carollandupJCarets equalISOl 1 up i i Clothing V v 11-1- Ware offering our Men Youths t and Childrens C10tentirestoctQf reduced prices Ii Call and see ut we will save you money on anything you neein the Dry Gioo iJtne Cunningham uncan jj- a 444+ 44i Death of Mrs Arnold At 5 oc oclc on this njoraiagpf June 18 1966 the death aaftil passed over the threshold f- MrJ C Arm Id of EasUrn B ylet and hiscmpanionquietly- ell asleep n his cold embrace b abet 1lonritiedtbat fem be given for she left a representative m a little girl byaD hour old Mary C Arnold nee Coyle daughler of Mr Henry Ooyle ort Springfield was born June 27j 1871 was arried January 31t1886 seven children were born to this uni n six living Sne professed kith in Christ and jjjoined Befch Grove Baptist church in August 1887 two I years later j Ined the Wesley Chapel cbirch Sister Mary l I ivadI a consistent life Her thaIhomebyI were 1hid to rert in what is known as the Carpenter grave yard Sie lleaves a husbandf childrentitfithr toother four brothers arid four sisters and t many friends to mourn their loss To them we extend oure sympathy t A FRIEND Natun a has provided the stomach with certain natural fluids known aIthe digestives juiced audit is tbrbdgh these juices fhat the fpod we eat isI Dieted upon in such a way as to pro duce th rich red bl Jod that flows through the veinc of i our body and thereby makesus strong healthy and robust and it isI the weakening of these digestives juices that dia troys health It iKciir own fault if we dis troy out own health and yet it is so easy for any one to put the stomacb out of order Wheii you need to take something take it promptly but take something you k owis reliable Something like Kodbl For Dyspepsia and Indigestion Kodol is pleasant to take it is reliable and iisguranteed to give relief If i sold by the Red Cross Drag Store PublicSale I will sell at public auction at my residencer on Main street in Springfield at 1 oclock pm SATURDAY July 119 1908 the followir g- Household and kitchen furniture a lot if tine ferns A set of carpenter and carri age tools 1 firstclass black smiths drill 2 new handmade buggies new and second hand wheels shatts single trees splies Tims etc about 200 ft firstclass lumber 3Cor buggy work carriage trim mings ofaU kinds carriage paints 1 new single shovel plow 1 large grindstone grain cradles Terms made known on dayof 1a1esums under lO cash WH BOND Health Teell is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produc TJiiscleveri Qoffee substitute was re c htly produced by rOShoop of Racine Wis Not a grain of real coffet in it either Dr Snoops Health Coffee is made from pure toasted grains with malt nuts etc ealJy it would fool an axpertwho mlgh drink itfor coffee No 20 or 30 r minutes tedious boiling Made Jn a niuutesays the doctor Sold b McElroy Shader Tho Vote Was aieurto An exM Pwho nbontesifxlL a highland constituencysome year go tells the following anecdote- Once after a long and fatiguingf lays canvass I tackled a dissent ng minister who was very keen upon the subject of getting the QishopsQutof the hbiise of lords and in pursuance of his favorite hobby he asked me Wellsir what are you prepared to bishopsI fatigued by my days work and I testily mut bred Ojh hang the bi hops The ninistcr bowed and replied yell sir you go rather beyond mt there 1 canna undertake to goal s together that lengtbwith you Tmt- VOii I I sltilj baa ntv v w Jlijr cjw- firamp laaam can you nell t poor n1 nWithaWlfo and eleren children It home- Housewife Are you very needy Needy is no word for it maam siicouldnt see ike little ones suffer co I left them to ask the assistance of the charitable ffJid you leave home today2 fiNo maami It will be seven years tomorrow Cant you helIman who wants to surprise his littl ones To rsmsay tnc ibig hat nuisance in Paris theaters the theater committee lot the municipal council has decldofl V to recommend drastic action The COQ mittee proposes thatt every spectator shall have the right jto request the po lice officer on duty In the theater to ca for the removal of any hit which pre vents an unobstructed flew of the stage If the wearer refuses to com ply the officer may brder her to leave nat Armr Stampedes WarUmvm Workmen who began to tear out the UIrf t our rnroob11hUngllat ljlrs lUll Erie streets Jersey City wce Iwntuf lit to be erected ere o llted o susppnd operations by avamj a II Otts which ran out ot noeks sad cor t boattfttoHt1 s QE tw MI I ra h NOTICEP Notice is hereby given to the Taxpayers of the City of Sprinffield Ky that City axi are now due and pay able The books are now in the hands of LB Cain City Treasurer at the First Na 1tionalBank ourlweon or before July 1 1908 i On that date a penalty of two per cent will be added asI provided by ordinance Ii JOHN WLEWIS Mayor One wad fins aiitrcrea ahYISoulugI t I l past years as a result of writes that a very simple and effective f cure Is the application to the affectedt of a paste made by triolsteulhg hardwood ashes with water IOfur friend jitates that this seldom taUsc td4give Immediate relletIWhere an Individual pupil In the town or country school becomes a source of moreinjury to the Industry and government of the School which l he attends thai he derives Inj benefit from the educational advantages which are Available It Is tUne that he was handed his walking papers and told to get out Specific Instructions sent out Avlth al most every cream separator put on the market arq to the effect that the ma chine should be thoroughly washed and sdalded each time It Is used When It is considered that In extreme cases slovenly patrons do not clean t1ulrI separators opener than once a week It Is not surprising that the use of the separator In some localities Is not re sulting in a materially Improved dairy producv f IiIs estimated that he dairymen orI the state Of Iowa alone lose annually 30000000 5s a result of keeping unprofitable cows In their dairy herds and through not giving the cream that Is produced the care which will produce the highest grade of butter tip to 1873 not more than 25000 was Invested In orange groves In Call fornla As a result of the introduction of the navel orange In that year the Industry has developed until tOday there Is Invested in the culture of this same navell orange 100000000 In Cal ifornia alone It t iIs generally agreed that while the dairy type of steer will never make as good quality of be tas the strictly beef type lie will make more rapid gains than will the other this because he comes from a type of cows whose digestive and assimilative powers are abnormally developed A lady friend who has tried it states that horseradish can be ground very nicely in the ordinary meat gnlndexS The roots are washed and ranch as Is deslrable and then puT through the mill the Job being just as well done and attended with many less tears than in the old way While social standing and thejosses slon of money may bo factors In determining the amount or happiness that a young married couple will have ap they go through life It after all depends more largely upon themselves how much of happiness or misery jwlH be theirs They cnn make their itt thin one or the other largely as choose theI The fellows who went Into the egg deal extensively last cummer and Tali buying eggs nt a good stiff price and whose corner this spring was knocked to smash by old Biddy with the fresh product before they had bdosted the price to the desired level have learned somewhat of conservatism and are not bidding so fiercely on this years stocky of eggs The financial flurry too may have bad some part tu preventing the speculators from realizing on their ex pectations Lemons oranges nnd grape fruit when obtained ripe are not only del- I ious and greatly relished by tha iteraget wholesome food products their mild acids belug a much needed tonic an cleanser of the system Thousands of dollars have been spent byCallfom fruit growers this spring Ina generi advertising of the merits of these fruits along the Hues mentioned udun doubtedly the sales have been greatly Increased as a result As showing the ruthless and almost complete destruction of the white pine forests of northern Michigan ahd Wis cousin a Michigan editor recently told a representative of the American For t estrj association that he had ridden In a canoe on the Au Sable river rIght through the heart of what was the white pine region and not until th end of the second day was an expert on forest trees able to point out at a long ItUsfance a single white pine the flr they had encountered during the eutii trio v r When C014 starck laeaJ AH articles that are heavy or that art wanted to be very stiff or where a Tery hot Iroa can be u dare better starched with cold water starch PAIN 1 Vftki lath kMiMta Mmrbwe kM M SIUINt nIB II W wuaetkIaIe1M1IIMl17 At 10 71 ploy M has creiled a JMtIe I8kt na IItbwlIe4 Dr hoos BMUtoek XaMetr cox r Wood preMcn away from Mite ejoten Ki tg ct U cHannlng lt iiiicly d Uf SifuL Ge tobIdIr7 K urtiy HMMM U Wood otro MTBHl Te jMftdMlM Hl ttood Wi MIaM pthd wttk woa atas essi U yen are lse Isi Sku MrTtuIot bIo04 rha 17 eer1aJMr Dr JI 1ab1et lit u4 tH ta1tletaaIJQIJ S t KWMrtBnlM t It Ctt TiUt4 tnesad aIn WI ex ere it doM Its eon Ia4ltwlMflJlaaSealsWsiM ttDrtI Shoops Headache TabletsRED CROSS DRUG STORE J ride ofWashington OR Springfield Choice Manuiactured by JII Jarboe PQ- uBy We pay highest market price for grain Ifv you want the Bes FLOUR- ask your grocer for I Daily papev in the larger Clues rt Ior an nuurLal exodus of young pep to thts coimtry Its a wholesome movement and will tend to adjust tjr ne4uahityin tbo supply of labor whlct has made it Wen nigh Impossible foi the granger to get flntfsfactory laboi atfttuy price while soft handed clerk In creased trousers and standup Collar ba uhio1lellboJts of dry goo be hlul mahogany counters on a salary o 739 I week TJiider nfo circumstances should the u ophlaticotedcouDtrgirl go to r large city pn a tempting offer of high wa os unless the position she Ms II view las been certified to by a perso hatIcases girls are won to view these of ers as boon fide only to find by blttei exiferlence that tfieywero traps et bj unprincipled or Immoral schemers ti ump them to the d Yi 1ro6t1 SIdareeSI 1 temperatures prevail while oora cai get along with some less moisture anc neids an abundance of heat to product th4 largest and bOr5t crops It Is fo tlio rcitsous mentioned that Michigan Wisconsin Minnesota and Canada pro flace the best root crops wbllt th states south of these to the gait o Mexico lead In the productlpn of corn While having a seemingly hard ant tough bath trees espetiy5the frnll bearing kind are exceedingly if cepU ble tod mage by fire Tlnsla diet the fact that the life layer of theret the light yellow cambium iliiyerv Ih just beneath the outside bark and f1E lug so near the surface is pa lly affect ed by an extreme of heat One learns the truth of this to bLs sorrow rit tIm when a fire gets awiy from liLa wh2n burning Jitter In the garden or when a fire is accidentally started In the grass In the ptcharJ For years past funies of tobacco have been used for the purpose of fu migration In green and hot houses But due to the fact that this is not always effective with nil kinds of Insects other Insecticides have been experimented with and hydrocyanic acid gas hao been found to be very effective One of the drawbacks with thlsils that In addltloirto exterminating insect life it will also Inflict Injury On the plants It allowed to remain In die lnclosur too long It IIs likewise a deadly poison and great care has to beexerclsed in the use of It To get rid tff the aphids or green lieu which attack the rosebushes In house or garden there Is nothing better than tobacco Infusion which is made by adding hot water to tobacco at the rate of four gallons to a pound qf tobacco waste or stems This should be allowed to stand until cold when there should be added to l4 an ounCo anda halt of whale oil soap or three ounces of soft soap This shouldl be sprayed on the larger bushes but the smaller potted plants may be dipped In It The treatments should be given once a week until the lice disappear The patrons of a well known catav logue house have been having a good deal of trouble of late because the con cern In question made use of patentst ui the manufacture of their cheap cream separators that belonged to an other firm A decision handed down by the United States circuit court not Only enjoins the catalogue house from selling any moreyof these machines fromjis going tor make thU lloss good to U patrons is not as Vet stated but It1 hardly likely The grape fruit which Is of the col or 9fta lemon and of the shape of an orange though considerably larger gets Its name from the fact that th fruit as borne on the trees is clue tercd much as are grapes on the tr stem This fruit Is not at Its best until- r Ittreally ripe fsodI tots and for the further fact that fio IJtdprime the trees before it Is really lit Condemned Negro Now Free and the Law Cant Touch Him Reports received at Fort Worth Tex from trainmen and passengers on the Southern Pacific state that Johp Armstrong a negro hnuged at Columbus Tex Friday April 10 for wife mur der revived after being placed In ti coffin and when given to his brother at Scaley for burial was given medical attention lCIt Is declared that Armtroug Is no living and that friends and relatives tro keeping the matter qulot fearing 8ttbe state will again step In reIt Armstrong Is living he will be the tIsoiiiylivingliwmiUy ihie fct that ho Wt18 pr nourccd dead at the hanging renders the state powerless to again ec force the death penalty VIOlin the mcmoTy cf man nil tnu nuncios accredited to Catholic courts have been obliged to sacrifice tLelr beards and mustnclus Those acete- Ited to Infidel countries on the otIs hnm1 cnn allow their facial hair to de This Is why Af TllPCl yelop at leisure the new nuncio lit Brussels who waR magnificently benrdrd nt ConstnutluL olA wOIb smooth tea1 WNENYNAXEALLIHHINWN 4AM HI UTer twerk aM- a Ita JI aN IJ 1I1t Jew wea H togi Ii oon Takt LtsPlllslJMr will AJI w WcI Me pWL PliisSt s MM sSiesa ZI DtMICllt ORIyZlCfW ss4w hIM L UMC a ffn tuIrwilt rMi W Haydon It Rdb rUo a- I c Mot StovesCoed Kitchen 1 cUw This in iitself is Mro4 rfulbut thaa thl f Perfection n Oil Stove doci perfectly eveiy thing that hay stoye can do It ir an ideal- allround cookstove Made in three sizes ftand fully warranted If not with your dealer write our nearest l J1 makand hand- Ing redw w to light Yogmda4wFsc- t NEW PI Wick Blue IOil llyouitag- encyrRfULampasvbiatsa1strong ItrOftInowtDdillmlrooJftwtkOncdsahsrwriteouranretagalcy r arAaaMrANy 4S 1v4- S pocao41isS AR Iip-J =SHULTZ i W SIIIILTZ RIEDEL Plummers Tinriers and Dealers In Hardware Stqyes and t I I vanity r7JMj1I11I1 timetog- GardenTo1s 11I- ake r Spssr re have treceived new supply Cookinl5tovcst andttanngti i IitcI which will li at rilKwp aa I t IAgents for the celOrated i PERFECTION OIL STOVE Garde Hoes Law Mvte- I Refrigerators Water Coeiss Wfe speciality PlMpibin and Tin Roofing Contracts i T cir OO Hertteins fdtoto IAt trj iS yoycangetlcePrarYSodas- andSunda day Fresh and toothsome Cakes Candie Meas and jJT1d15I c I j at most any Time All kipcls bfSoft Drinks l FOR CAN NOk1ErL1JES It t Come see our line KATlE1iEltlUlf sado f1j wet In tny cayTh6 city otStLGul iinot ajcounty It Is an udep iiiknt muukl pallty4oulpncd with all the JHcbIMrI- W f county and jclty neyerttHMMit U has f- l1tre own circwjf MeflidiAil Leowtsi owi firawiywT 1 fe inii CultafurH1 itig eesr of Louis UatU 1876 St LcHi IrQ the county eatbf 8t j4J4 wMwrt but la that year the vlty ira ei4i ly separated front the coUnty so that It la now as IudeIiendentUbd1Y1ISt the state Clayton few mtte wfBt of the city is now th+ eowtk6llJlH tbipra of St iquls county St Lowls Jtefmt SliCS Ct eraeCW1ti aplfatt and her maintenance Is small whIte a rHnUvel1 rat1fePtl of tier food goes io prt Mi a persistent milker 6tte a prp ia ImUker and ordinarily dry met than six or eight yceb ia a yeor ilie iiiiiibas an cxtrenjely idng VW of fulnesB In the dairy fhyrs v the proabiull work of tbe 5v4rgt cp The Jersey produces untIl tted ya old ilnny af prpttaWe wba eitdtteel id tweutyou rcuso jij Wwiaiv 00ended with n gupaw iW his aenousnos tW wartKwr droppwl hits cap nut be1agItt4 a4iosl- gited lip pkkeEl IiJ pa ffl tI poi LOsthf1fI Itt ew up ttearl1rrlgbt lRJ kiiie5i 5hbi r 1Jed 4oiohI laps d U L thoniM on a JILtbS wlngs kll tss4t 5WW- baeket a WaWetla ill thu te ioioio tte MdG S g I oIi Oi soy thin coo t tmaton i d hs uw oc non throuahjt Therefore whea wiihthe i irior J tjnw we andIe tnfY lo Too No 1f floes fr eorWe have the bst rMrOn lb i l I L josb a T s we g 1 1 iT make a of l ig I ii SI bvery and IiY ad its ek St a ratio not ec 41sUdiU t lie S w till ftI j r utSSine exikIulItloEL t beIn5 trran fW t812at I4o Wilt cio aren TM fcrmy trf Teruli king o WW pin couslsteO or MW MO aSS aM- eharIo4itwst M Fcc the eouv JC ioisbcoisi4cte p1ograpIe ta ave I ftiished wihta sIt di Sttt ebkasIetaWokLfkesS The epthdteLIawVsuioW- t Montriol s Qse hg5sU- phe f4tt IW t 5tIkMr Je tWrtjr font at S t d 5i- Aesolig the cudius Ll1 1s- iy peninnula In tie te utfly wIMbSe a iodio Ie ea4s i t aid 1 Mgwhigs f The average eio ftI ioVlvg IMi oM gasIonn e wtio butI en thin IMwt ttntt1t15Th1 fIteMfmt Irls t D 55U TrSEi ltllREMEDY Til OWLOKNt FATE TOl- CsSio5IDOO5VEY I tllt1Uelmeot C- oREDORUTORE MO 0 r 1 VIp rJ DRG T4 j IIDINT DINYISTii ini EXTRACTED I 1 I IrIt PkIGVILD IY In DtM Wk Strictly r JtiftI 8 Ii L ICJ CAiUDD i t kt said kriAi off Io 8 IU a r 1bp1m CMtee drer tttyftonfl Jrugetoe itfl11 mtnn M D 1 it ner iiiisIiaM I aac He aa r FGRIGSBYd cA17oNEY TLAW lj I rs k rfd ipIwrILp Dr M W HYATT and DI JIrPAULDING cc44 041K Red Cross 11iIiRJ Mo4 L oceboiar1 ByttlOted o- 1 4 w5 Pao r si1uL4ng 2 to 4 pm andll nb M iaiiittffc j vIlUEUiE MOB of It1HILIB EMMIHE8 1 1EPHONEsopAY19 NIQHT 74 I 1I8Dt1Ulnfi1111slosld Aiit1 nsh price r =CQnf6 ionery Ns o r TV paCftOet Soft Drirtki IceCrism and Soda t WILtst ft tt TlMrUrt and freshest of ably ville tdtoflfes and Fruits on with falw nbJ4 r T rMainr Sfr et next to Wat t owHoleJt v All Leon AllenreI IIShelby of ar ef1M ourOC Jersey logs to S ly brIAFew CkeYwkES 1 l RFD 1 Springfield Kyr ki had aool Place iTG Stop rWe invite our Washington mdtoJ t 1NeIIO county trienda when in Iiouisvjlle and looking for a r t place to stop t9calrQnas We lave several J i 1 Nicely PlrIiked RoiisF whicn we will let for lodgers for 1iabortor long stay at reason ole rates fLocated on the North west eor neof Seventh and MarketStiS 1Irvine Wimtatt w JcinEdm1 W I BOUD FSAYS Hets tie an to see when in f aeedpf the fbllowimg 1 i Grain Cradle Carriage Trimmings i I Ora first class fL iLd i i t J t IJGGIII A specialty of good work JI f Wi arKtY al I write T Ii Jf1tlhQ nsed Ortno JUnrtiTetFrutt 8jr p for chronic otttJJMjio4 utf it haiyrovea withiia d wbt o ke thcoofK prkctta l MIMJJ tr tbW my O ft I l iittbythi CziDiRtft Loot M our speI pti offer or thi L fteTI ax month and NewsLeader one year for ft TQWNLocal0 H i Happenings of Interact I Pruhe t and ttlAI1AutYurss1T Frlesds 111tc m fnrrmjSw tcklw digests coco kola i lIiieroft drinks at J A1 bade t l If you need aykind of ma- ebii ry or engines see N G IfaiJuuj r Ifaby carriages 50 per cent Tor the n itag taysat j LttcUsian Jb CampbeiPs jf r j Mr Tunes Grigsby a former r torbi countyzIdmtI- maieviUe ILl last week JtpCbiltiatnin Sprkrgfield October 26S loounty covert day CORN F1R SALE Five hun white corn for sale any quantity C L Brady in Nq 3 Springfieldr Ky Come and get one of our nice i wicker porch chairs A dollar on a half While they last Leachman Dampbell marriage license was gran by the county clerk Tuesday Mr Robert Isbam apd Miss Mirtie Hurm nThey live near mckvill Justreceivldat Leachman Campbells furniture store a lot j nice wicker porch chairs Special pric of 1 50 while they rnLrMeIrsBld 150 cattle that had beelio at Ithe Mattingly Moore tillery at JBardstowu T eyb ayeraged 1160 pqunds and the paid was6 a hundred Dont forget the baseball games atEJigh School park this afternoon at 3 oclock arid toM or w at the same hour The L of Luisville vs the Spring fields There js no excuse for one nut keeping posted on thenes events We make some remark cbeiotferi of the Louis a daily papers in connection the ewsLeader Seead the first pagE o1this issue Having decided to leave Springfield it becomes necessary form to close up my business persons indebted to me are questd tp call and settle W IL BOND f Mr John R Smith formerly this ply e but now ot Bloom field was vorybadly injured on lastjSaturdy by having a horse fall on him His leg was bad bruised but 110 btnes were oken CleCves Hall and Leslie Jen ns ofr the Polin neighborhood a difficulty last week and Hail cut Jenkins severely with a knife Hall Is being tried before Magistrate Nimrod Hendren day Mr T J Settle of tbis county waS n1arried on the 16th to Miss Sara Davis of Louisville They mv gcjneona trip to Niagara alls and on their return will ieeule at Mr Settles home near Maud this co ntyI s LosTOn ihe streets prinaeId f oft the High School baseball pak a purse jqntaming a twenti dollar bill ind a small key Al liberal re ward will be paid for its return to the NewsLeader office County Attorney T S Mayes and Squire Nimroh Hendren went to Lawrencebiirg today to meet a committee of the Fiscal n C r ttTile Ease Iiiand3 Comfort an Eye Glass rides J V the nose depends on its adjust y Hient rather than OE the kind y of frame There is a knack in Ibe1idblf and adjusting frames to A hat i only mastered I J bye of practicalt experience w bttiteirc itructioah athdr idl wgh kubwlcd e of acial con 5 a twin We Make eah pair of 3 A elteach Indi idual nose 1 T bestLYiktca bai We Nyr Sacrifice Qu1ioPriceC- AllERiRE 5 iDSSBLC Springfield JECv r- iiurluo I I Court of A dersbn county to ar range about the building of abridge whhh crosses the line between the two counties Father H unesy lost a valuable driving horse this week by being ove heated The hot weather has been very severe on horses and sever iiot aes- ofheate prbsiraiidn hayjebin J tl eprted nepf thtJinh- eare hrs belorging tMJ- ohn Y Ma es came near dying from the beajt on last Saturday Those wbqare fond of a good lecture should not fail to heir tRev ii Lawson at the Court House on Friday night June 29 His subject is Lifes Morning H The lecture abounds humor aid patHos and those wbo assured of an ttendJare and Ins are now sale Prce25c Work has been actively begun onvthe macadamizing of the road through Hill sboro The county soine time ago appropriated 2J500 for the work and the citI- zens along the read agreed to donate a like amount mmoney and work Tile road ihen tine jshed wjll be a valuable improve ment totthat section of the county It will also greatly facilitate the work of the rural maij carrier over that route Mondaywas thedu tlest county courtday and the smallest crowd was seenon he streets that can recalled in the memory of the oldest inhabitant There was very little business and no livestock sales or trading at all An explanation of the quiet day isl found in the fact that the farImI ers are all ezcejdi gly busy at home Owing to the late spring they got behind with all farm work and ure now compelled to put in their pest licks to makeup for lost time Messrs Bdblitt Bishop lost valuable l fcyery horse through a peculiar accident on last Sunday They had hired the horse to Mr David JLitsey wjio drove with his wife and baby out to the homeof Mr W H Leachman to spend he daV After arriyJng at the place Mr Litsly unhitched the horse and turned iitj but in the yard to graze The animal began to rpn and play ana ran over an old site walk stumbled and fell breaking its fore leg below the knee The fracture was a very bad one and the horse Was after wards destroyed rllredl of Living jl Alex Miller ah fold colored ma11rbftbe WilHsburg neighbor hood who age was given lat = t S E in iti Zt 411Iilj 1Mj T lOFUA SI IJ 1f All Hats io BeJlelfed out aiSllsbtKart 1 tiHz cost J o J It NlrW SKIRTS t f A Jfew new yoilei Skirts newest styles and suitable fortli rI f f W1JLIAMS 4 If fe i fiHir e DAGGER out tracted withjj No charges when plates are wanted i ALL WORK i Done in this office is firstclass fr in every respect and just as ad g vertised Ii j ysTiLtARD1D D S ISprlnStleld Ky 104 years committed Suicide last Friday by taking Paris Gleenjj The old fellew had that he was tired of living but no one thought tnat he seriO contemplated taking his uslyI Re had been uiteu neighborhood J character for many years and wasikiiown to a great many1f atVVilliS1burg BaseB1V Two good ball jgamas are promisFd the local public for this afternoon and tomprrow The strong L N team of Louisville will be here to cross bits with the local nine and close contests are promised The Springfield team has been strengthened and now the boys are capable of putting up a first class article of ball The two games played last week with the Bourne Bond club of Louisville were liSterest ing The local boys had an off day in the first contest and owing to rocky fielding were badly de feated They redeemed them selves the following day however by defeating the men from Lou isville by the score of 15 to 11 Young Goode of the Texas neighborhood did the twirling for Springfield The games for this afternoon and to morrow will be called at 3 oclock Admission 25c ladies 15 ceuts3 t r waLost Eleven Yea s Mrs Charles Robertson r4ov bred a valuable solitaire diamond ring last week after it had been lost for eleven years At about that time Mrs Robertson was on a yiaitvtoi the home of heir father and mother Mr and Mrs J Will Thompson in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood She had RED BAND BRAND CANDY lOc PER UB I11III 0I UAllTYlI- s II what counts in everything and that is what you get when you buy TABLE SUPPLIES from us as it is our aim to furnish ypu the BEST at all tines giving you the lowest prices possible Remember or go xls please the most critical We are pffering some Specials For Cash i SATURDAY JUNE 27 f08r r PINE APPLE j Here is omething we want you to try The White Horse Label Guarant es the quality and No3 can the quahtltj For a trial 25c wor h 30c PEANUT BUTTER v Fine for Sandwhiches Jake Fillers and Icings and for Fudge Its the C rioleBrand and sells atiOc per jar l v SICKLES i rio A large Jottle of Sweet or sour that formerly Sold for 30c 25t Being th e Monarchflrandis sufficient guarantiee of the quality PEARSfWhite Horse Brand and have the taste and flavor of the fresh pear A good 30c value for only 25C 4 t APPLE BUTTE II- If you want a change in sweets try a can of Monarch Apple Bh tter its fine A 35ccan for 30c or a 60c can M uOcf BARGAINS EXTRAORDINARY 17 lbs granulated Sugar limit 1 worth tocustpmer 1 00 a cakes oc German Sweet Chocolate 10 2 cans xtra good corn eo 15 1 dozen fine Messina Lemons 15 t LMcELROr 4 SHADER 811rnd WO QNVHH UNVil U3l 1 removed her ring and placed tII in thcpectcetof her apron Mrs Robertson was called into the front yard and shortly after returning to the house misled her ring The yard was thdrpufchly searched and raked but no trace oif the 1isstngjewel onla be found Mrs Robertson bad long ago given her ring up as los when she was astonished One day last week by having it re stored to her by MI Jphn Den nis who is the present owner of the old Thombson place Mr Dennis found the ring in the gar witrIis wasIMSi IQd People Marry oKed78sndiMrsyears two wellknown ld peo pie pf the Pottsville tieighbor hood are to be married at that place tQdayctl Uncle John Icame to town Tuesday anclob tained license after making oh SelpcmantooldIIenough The wedding will Iplace at the home of the bride and Rev R L P rdom will be the officiating minister This is the grooms second matrimoniald venture and the brides third timef There is quite a romance attached to the lives ot theseS twp old people Away bacfr about sixty years ago or when the blushing bride of 77 was a SPopethe neighborhood paid his court to herwho was then Miss Saran Ann Campbell The young Miss had ordered her lover toII go see Pa But alas for the fick leness of the maiden heart for at while John was obtaifling the consent of stern parents the girl C had made other arrangements and John soon woke up to the stein fact that Sarah Ann Had gone witha handaomer manv Her first husband was Sam Burns while her second ventures s with Richard Elliott thf g3id citizens in their aay in tbetl Pottsville neighborhood Death of Mrs Hickerson Xf Mrs Miranda Hick rson wife of Mr G II Hickerson diedat her home at Mackville onthe 19th ater a llong illness of cancer Mrs Hick rso was atdaughter of Mr J Iff Mayes deceased and was woman of fine character being devoted wife arid mother and a consistent Christian She js surylved by her hjusband atid one son Roland T HicK rs n ThaJuneral took place at Willisburg Christian chqrch ion Saturday PERONA W P Hays of Bloomfield was in town Monday Miss Nellie Simms spent Mon jj day in Lebanon j jDr W V Stallardl spent Sun JJday in Louisville I Miss Lizzie Bosley is a guest of Miss Lucy Brown 4Mr J Lynn Bush spent Monday at Bloomfield Will Greene of La Grange is here on visit to his parents Miss Alice McBIroy entertain Hd Saturday afternooo at SOC Miss Julia Cooper was a guest at the home of WE Leachm an ihiseek 4 tMisses Evelyn and Virginia J Royalty arespendingth e week at Maud Mrs Sallle Burtle J of Bards town spent a few days with Mis Hay don Mr and Mrs Arch Hayes are visiting Mr and Mrs W H Leach n I Mr George Gl6ments of Chicago is visiting relatiyes in thecbunty Miss Bruce and Miais Mitchell j off Perry ville are guests of Mrs ji H Hopper Miss Hallie and Mr Will I I 1 IM xJ 0Z 0 J I r ii- S r SpecialI 1 W f I SALt4ICI L 8 I vG I E 1 i I 2 531U t On next Saturday we will make the Spciai tRijI ow Jf v r rf J f IIFOR GSHs4L4 v tv X l f r 1JeBoys will include in this Sale aal of Ladies ikJr IWeReady=Made SKirts andShirt Waiti Ci Forthis day only we otfer Bet Calicoe at 5PYwt t 1Hoosier Cotton 5 cents Best Bleached GottoL Vve ilN Special Reduction on other articles ourrt r t GBDNDT MCINTi11E4TZ Ia I4riHouston of Maud spent Tutis ay in town Messrs John F and Hen F were jn Louisville a few days this week Mes rsLeo BLlydbn and Irvin McElroy yere at Patham yester4y Miss Viola Brown visilin her sister MJs Mcla key of Bloomfield l Mr and Mrs Joe F ettus and children are visiting relatives Preachers valleT l Messrs HM Gry dy and A McElroy left vesterday for Chicago on business Mr W H riill ofI Jeanette La has retuned bome after a ist to friejidshere P S yBarber h as returned Ind where he at school ten months Mrs William Fmch and chil den of rexingtoqare guests Mrs Lucien Gregory Profi George Colvji and wife and children are visiting Erpffj Col vin s parents at Fairfield Miss Lizzie Olliver bas gone to Shepherdsville to make a visit to her aunt Mrs Mattie Paris Mrs Alice Wayne has return td home after spending ten in school at Lexington Mrs Walter Reidell has return ed home from Louisville where she visited relatives the past week Mrs Joe S Jlaybrooke ra turned from Bardstown Tuesday after several weeks visit with her motherr Mr and Mrs John L Barber and family re pending the week- at Mr Alex Hamiltons at Fid erl itStoWn Miss Prances Martin returned Lexington Tuesday after a visit of two weeks with Miss Florence Lyne Mr Mattie Jones and dabgh ter Mrs Mary Bonta of St Louis are visiting Mrs Ball at Mackville BI Mr Winfield Scott Golvin the civil war veteran and veeran school teacher of the county was in town Monday r Mrs Agnes Noel and Miss Irma Slaughter of Owenton were guests of Mrs Barry hader the past week W T iJeacbman was OQ tre streets yesterday for thefirsa time itt Several Weeks saver attack of typhoid t Mrs J Al Tong istDi Robert McChbrds inlratf aiit Lebanoa and awtitti- on 2Jra forTdayjMri Martin Elder of Tj v 8 yule Ga and MissrVRiig Cooper of Lebanon wer4 fu itii of Mrs John F Simms tke latter Ipart of last week f 1 J f ft 1 t7 4al4 W 25 00 Suits f rJiSroi 1ft5084a tir rL A i tf 200Q Suits for lIGrOQ 15 OO Sms for L ijLIo i j1i 1000 Suits for 17 50 t 5OOPantsfor40O I4fdi1S h 4t11 1II 3 00 Pants for 2 35 2OPuta J 150 Pants for l45T 1 00l Pamte ftp t t 4t BX3YS CLplPH JNGI f it t ijl = J1y Boys 500 Suite lot p cstt t irir Boya 400H3 s- JQI t 4 9 l also lot the f 1 v make in i t NeRe Japer months from r I si1atjTj1I 1 r ILO W pRIIcEIEve- rything s tt f tr i vi On in euriadte Ready i I torVfear Department V h cqntains some rhighty vAcm J Ii IIThisstock 1 IISiIKandSateenPettkotsSiIkid Lils i l 1 I ws I Splendid line of Muslin 1 I Underwear vKtapts J I WrappersandDress i 0 t5 lii 1 g f IIigsacq t tfcs j iJ k J r 4 can save Money iin buyir4tm rf IIYou I White Goods IGoods t j1 z I d r et I sEoiAI1s For IWay aM4 Sir J LadMM SwnMfrViMt fciEMk t + 4711 Soil il5c w- v 4 I l L M dnnt Taicwni liec1 Sethe b rain J a i ClothingandShoes j L- BI 2 I The RobortonMiaybrMkk- I t WCORPOiUikD i dd w i t = U 7 L MrtdlP Boeley has returned from Nash iiI Twn where lies attended a reunion of thia tu tents of Vandrbilt Unite rtltf or whloh Mraowl a anem bet tlr 1tiiiabs tyille cse ut to aps 4iday and Sutfay wttim M ate hoisat tiekMlMi rf heir parenk Kn Mr 2rebl W ItIhiAUorneyr ITUliMi and Hifh CrotflweIC of JDktort mod Ohrlee tab NIlivIil =10 Os old s- cier othce sad ohIIdrn wswMK- o a v LL8rq Jj- MoIo7 jf stsertatU DiIld k t TJDlveesl7 YUOAe V V THN9WSLEbE 7 WiAHec jd tadisgth her =WttA Coy 1 ftiMr down a Mfi lkkf WosiMuieaiyjy T1 eatk the Wiaitrees I dtckthesky r TweArcady i foiyiitirwtisj j 1 kki s lip that MftsI1e AsPlii4o i r ch snLe illkit ir ji FDreTew Itt tofIer lilac gown rsNhofcgLo4 r IIdwalk with her f WsPityUhs g it I yet would lont I ii tw0 rf I l thet 1 tbebligtr es 1Iffl iDc tlVleteI knows YittiiiljatIO love Alix Tho- rnWwnouMyDr Shops c XtIttre T tlJiDgl1ea1 JI- ttIec PIteri jf o dir cttO lbs flii wsskteL Mv irMBi o4 for Wo3nen contains lt1N iMAttat9WQII1eJ1 ami- dbkt WkJie pr Shoop Racine Wj t1Mi11t Ask the Doctor iin itrct ieeetay qnestfontf t 74awered Dr Shoops by Tkte Crosse = S f Rfif Ito Save Others J Irtkiihas ben received by lirfc Hanni ltOatdweH of tfcevdtf rOf anarrow e fcap from 44itwbic litr pti Lieut S OMI ardfrUoltbCIt Ar nti h4 recently during the xLjIUeWYr ii the vicinity tY rifrt Howard Maryland wIKlteis Ipcted To the oeiI tJK1 foresIht ot Lieut- I IdI1L is givn credit for sv i ftlivt of several men The BtdttpCH Sun say s nAvfop the preoce of mind of rMt S Creed Cardwell OoriiUry Corps stationed apt tisS Howard the steam Iww papt WS Gregg the liip prtCiht f enemys ileetj fir Ifcrt Howard Sturdy night ifithave been blown tto pieces apI s liveft of hlts dozen men ki Asiiirat a two footcan ao Ju firing ofrockln s lititatApdeai scattering IJM SUvlvin all directions and Wariug b t the astercabin jf th 11 I I r Al rescuing two men at the peril tlI bus own life from lie bSdrd draft tiieut Oardwefl drstxor4isti to tha press reports ralg that several hundred po iiitofjhlck funpowder of a a MBWedlT explosive character whtro stored in the aftei eablti mtffht expkd at any Uhsrrid io the cabin an4 attiitirisk of being blown into atoiM sailedi The powder and pilkd it from thcrft into the wakMfv t Wiien the tfewsxof his gallaw act foame known he was ccm piuleited ipto airiiidee Lieut Cariwell Irkile stationed t San Fraileteoo during the cyclone ff lfred sucH distinctive service tfcathe was promoted and sent kflfift Howard where he now tlttiojamand as di tri tqr iwBKWter Louisville Evening S t1IIf IPosts kafIes ti jjitute4 Fby k s1l actoae they cannot reacit tfca KMtec4 port ion oftbear v I TiMifJl wif wa f to cure leaf I MW IM 5Wt is for coBStlt tionil j M4MK Deafness is caused by an- iaiajgiii condiUoof tte jnacous lin Vff the TiMtachUn Tube When thit t4tbe ta imtafled yomhavea rum of iBperfect hearing ancbliajirid 1I wlilt cHtircly glowed Deafness It tItea1t and i lelil te inflama itDbe take Ut and this tube re 4er lto Ite normal coiditien hear i4f3WM tllttrojei foreyerj nine 4Ito tenare caused by Catarrh wkbkIna b taninflamea con kbssIi UCQrtH surface W VmiEtfeO RUB red Dollarf tsycseeefDeafe wf Caused by caBet be cured by iiJtarr Cure Send for cir 1i j t tit ir JfftJi CHKNEY Go 1Plj0ojDruggiata 7k ktFaallyt Pi1l for Consti r f NwPa4Jw f Tfc 1Ww party rale prohibiting TI1LtYi7 UtoNEYGURE AMLt CURE YOU at ipbjr case of Kidney or Bliiddcr diswee tbafis not by4 t reich f medi STkm1tt oc Do aOtikhsvfiBrighfs Dis- EDihdmsa There ii- fl 1 1111 I d by 4elayI 1Oc JPTUT1 JJ fED RQSS DRUG S3QRE idiiI1IijIItIITJ IIJIIIJIIluIIIrnIu iTiiiiiiii The effect of maUria lasts a long time iII You catch cold easily or come run i ww downhcaueoftheaftereffectoniaIaria i Strenj then yourself with Scott f Emtifofon itbuildsnwb1oo4anc1toneup your nenrous a system ALL DRUGGISTS I SOc AND 91 DO H com mitte rnen from holding pf6c or officehoIdbrsbecom1g4- umznttteemen was published in t orrecUy iotbe aniWw Japers By the omission q1the words after this date itf was conclu dcdthat all efur sell mew bersot thSte Central and SteExecut1I Corn Diitees now holding office would either have to resign from the cptamittees or resign their offices After Jihis date givean entirely diff erent meaning to the llaw and in no wiVe effects the committees as cbpsiit theLexington con vention It simply means that it any of them become eandjda tes for office or are appointed to office inthe future they must then resign fro or the committees ETown News CMFC Hemirriuqea lIthe ins Several years tince my lungs were so badly affected that 1 had jaany hemorrhages writes A 4ke of Wood Inch I took treat men with several physician without any benefit I then started to take Foleys Honey and Tar and toy lunge are now all sound as a bullett I rec omti end it in advanced stages of lung trouble Fx iey8 Honey nd Tar stops the cough and heals the ungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refuse substitntes Sold by the Red Qioss Dug Store The Rooseyelt Dam in Arizona The Rooseyeli dam will eclipse in magnitude of cubic contents all Qf the damsat present under construction by the Reclamation Service It will contain 330000 cubic yar Js of masoniy or over six times more than the Pathfin der and nearly five times 11S much as the Sh osbone dam Its height will be 280 feet from foundation length on top 630 fet or including spillway bridges 108Q feet and its thick nes at the base 165 feet In plan although built in the form of an arch this structure differs from the Shoshone and Pathfin der dams in being of the gravity type wherin mass alone is fuST cient to secure stability The resulting reservoir will be- ijte largest artificially formed lake iatbeworla body of wa ter twentyfive miles long in places over twpjniles wide with A stoage capacity of 1300000 s rfet and a maximum depth of over 22a feet fThe dam rind reservoir are the mam features of the Salt River project for tha irrigation of lands in the Salt River valley in the vicinity of Phoenix Ariz Prom II The Governments Great Stor age Dams by Henri V Lem enfifer in tbt American Review of Reviews for June Stomach troubles are very common in the summer time and Von should not only be very careful about what you eat just now but more than thfs you should be carefal not to allow your stomach to become disordered and when tho stomach goes wrong take KodoL This Is the bet known preparation that is offered to the people today for dyspepsia ot indigestion or any stomach trouble Kodol digests all foods It is pleasant to take It is pleasant to take It is old here by the RedCross Pharmacy Old Time Lies In digging a well on the lo i now owned by Mrs Pius Whelan On B odwtay and whi6h was j owned by one Peor e Barnes ivery curiOus occuraace came to liffht in ibe shape x f a largeS frog with sharp horns d dina blue stone rock sdme twtnty feet below the surface When the rock was blasted hs toadslrp hopped away as if nothing had gQured but upon lnvei tigatipnit was discor red that the frog had no eyes was of ja green color and aftor exposure InjconvLA physician of Bardstown piaced the frog ir alcohol but afr the expiration of two months time it was found that the frog had soldified and was now a hai d rock and a puzzle to all scientific men Q re and elsewhere The hardenedXrcgwas sent to Cin Cinnati where tt ttitHcted much attention and became the subjtct j of muck fliscussidmi It is now io the city of New YorK in the czreOtcornniitee tPbY 8i wioaYeceiving a large Janlf I M its exhibition to th6 curioblt rWilliam He venhl1 deceased wlo was born atanjearly day in one of tbecarsof Nelson count land who lied in 172 nea- rBrditotn l 1used 10 tell miny Indian storiep afew of which may interest my readers A jlcrribe puc Isnmeht as he was informed had been inflicted up out an unfortu ate Indian woman injthis locality who was accused ocaiJsing th death of her own child by witci craft The woman ss bound to a stick of woo- dplantedin th middle of an lw mense anth litand her body stripped ofall its clothing wis smeared from head to foot with bear grt ase The ants at tafa ted by tlie grease smarmed all over the u fortunate Creature and eventually devoured herto the joy and delight of a Sur rounding ore wd oft unfeeling Icdians JUardatown Standard You Never Can Tell Just exautly ih cause of your rheu matism bui yoi know you havej it Ub you know that Ballards Sow Diniment will c ire it relieves the pain reduces t ic swelling and jim bers the joints und muscles so that yojn will be as a jtive and well a ypa evjer were Pr ce 2So SOc and 8100 SoJd by tbeRed Cross Trugv Store Kentucky Fair Dates he following are the dates ft ed for hplaing the Kentucky Pairs for 1908 asiaras reported Stanford Jilly 223 days jGeorgetowp July 28 5 days jWirichesteri August44 days Danville August5 3 days Lexington August 105 days Dniontbwnj August 115 days Burkesyille August 11 4 days Brbadhead Auust124 days Springfield August 124 days Shepherdsville August 18 4 lays Lawrenceburg AugusV18 dtys IarrollGallatin OweD Tri Gountv Fairanders August 14days Vanceburg Augustio4 days TEwing Augunt 20S days Shelbyville August25 days Loudon August 253 days Elizabethtpwn August 25 SdaykSBurlihgtonj August 24 days Germantown Aug 264 days MOrgantown Aug 27a days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Sardinsburg Sept 13 days Bardstown Sppt 24 days Fern Greek pt24 days Mbnticell Sept 84 days Hodgenvilie Sept 8 3 days GlasgowSept94days Ask the Red Gross drug store 10 explainJ how Hyoraei cures catarrh without stomach dosing Money refunded if it fails Clover In Hog Raising The Iowa experiment station has furnished some Interesting figures which are entitled to a careful exam tination One lot of tcn P18 averaging sixty pounds Ilii weight at the begin ningof the test iwerciput on clover pas ture July 24 and aUowecl the run of that pasture uutll oveniber 1311 pe rind of sixteen weeks They were fed corn In connection with tljcvlover apd consumed 410 pounds per poUnds of gain An acreof clover pasture under those con ditions produced 400 pounds of pork during the sixteen week period men tioned a pretty good argument In fa vor of clover Timothy pasture under similar conditions produced 2 pounds Iot lpork per acre tten pigs on this pasture con r1be 451 pounds of corn per lOP pounds of gain The bulletin In which this eqemnlt Is recorded state that the los on clovpr pasture made 87 pfer sent more rapM gains than those feU expeualvo concentrates In connection with cWu In thj dry lot and that they produced 30 pert cent more rapid gains than the llot qn timothy pasture fed corn as a grain ration Michigan Training table Following a movement ont epai1 ef soma of tbe fraternity men to give the football sqifud training table lux urles the athletjc board of control at the University jof Michigan passed a resolution to theffctthnt they would not countenance any violations of the conference rule frregarding the aboil Uon of trainlngtublcs at training quar tern Killed 1jy a Pitched Sail Henri Pllon jwos struck over the Heart by a pltclied bull in a baseljaU game at ilontrjial recently and died passedtoghpl1OerI theballdropped deau Miles In Training Eustace Miles the exBrltiifh court tennis champion has already started allt1fgh11flaiuio and try tq rcjfdni hk tennig ka ftls A Nw ani TerriWo fajjnp Recently a sew Invention hac be Introduced in the manufacture of can Dons increasing thel Taugtr and re ji L ejstance t explosion It was first used oil a large scale In other countries but It is nevertheless the Invention of 11 I Schultz captain of French artillery It IS n cannon of steel wire and Is cou strucjed thus Two hundred and eight kilometers of steel wire bf quadraugu1 lar cross section tthree millimeters tCt very vantage of such cannons Is that they are stronger they offer a greater re sistance to clr mferentlal strain and can be constructed at half the price of others A perforating projectile from a piece of this kind can pierce particu larly hard steel plate equal In thick ness fa Its caliber Thus a shell from one at these Cautions pierced a plate twenty centimeters thick reenforced by anj oak mattress thirty centimeters and found Intact burled 240 meter In the earth Where shall we stop It this death dealing processGeor Pwrnrv in Metropolitan Magazine MaBttrv Aid to Frvlt Tree A Pennsylvanian states that he bus never used commercial fertilizers In an apple orchard It the ground Is too poor to produce apples nothing is bet ter than barnyard manure whfch an swers every purpose for a mulch or for enriching the ground In ipldntlng an apple orchard the ground should be farmed every year for about ten years growing such crops as potatoes truck etc so that the ground will get manure as often as the crops will require itand that will be sufficient for the growth bf the apple trees and fruit After that time the land may be seed ed down and occasionally farmed and uiauu iiieiently to keep the land tlle cond1tte oipcc iwv uiu wiensey boscamf fresh there has been living in the writ ers home Before that for a couple of mouths It was just existIng A plentiful sowing of beets or man gel wurtzels this spring will furnish a nourishing end succulentratlonfor the milk cows next fall and winter and out that they will greatly enjoyi A slow rain of from onehalf to threequarters of an inch which soaks Into the ground as It falls does more real good than the three Inches whlvL comes down in buckets full Intht average thunderstorm The thing that makes the burpak a hard tree to transplant is also rejsppn sible for its standing more drought than many other varieties of treesa tap root which goes down deep until IItl strikes A stratum of permanent mole ture The broad gauge patriotic citizen Ifr be does not have a heavy load aboard will drive his team liithe center of the newly graded road It Is very natural i to leave this preliminary travel on a 1new road foy the next fellow who comes along The blue grass pasture furnishes ai almost Ide41 lllud properly balanced ra tion for stock This is Indicated not only by the relish with which they eat rthe grass but tbeg09dIit does thenr la the matter of growth or in milk or meat production it Is questionable whether It pays to try to veal ancdlf that can only be fed a sklramllk ration during tie first three or four weeks After thIs timte the but mnyIbe In part substituted by shelled corn and boiled flaxseed meal Unlike most other members of the clover family alsike does well on wet soil It should be sowed In late summer or early taU when the ground can be worked tor the best advantage and havejbe1seed in the sol1 reItbedalryIthis statement that the members of the dairy herd have been tested and that only those that are paying their board bill are on hand I1t Is due to the children in the home but particularly to tbe good wife whose view of the outdoor world is Boi often circumscribed bf It thatthI Somelthlbut that Is out back of tbe barn Some one has said that tbe forest of the country are one of natures say hips banks Accepting this statement l as substantially correct It Is fair to state that a whole lot of bank wreck- tag is going on in the suicidal audjthort- sighted forest policy which is being followed by the commercial interests of the country IIn the mammoth wheatfields of the Pacific coast stdtes harvesting opera tions are done on a scale to correspond tA machine Called the header had hauled by from twenty to sixty head of horses or ah Immense gasoline trac tloti engine aid cutting dlwath four teen feet In width beads thrashes cleans and sacks the grain In one cess t IDrl ery few ebemles tthe rose bed be able to do It harm If it IB given a thorough spraying every morn lug with the garden hose with the wa ter under good pressure Sprayed isrt otherIprosecute their work being uncere moniously knocked off by the force of the water Inasmuch as dirt Is the common thelessmilkingtimekinds will the milk be The most Care tbttIteats of the cow ps well Asthe hands t1hcsemilk and make possible a first claw butter product White a good many fakes and awls ties are worked upon folks who are latlrclr unoffercdIszad nett Mtme I ya 1tJ1J MiuuruJuuer strong iHumlimtlbh that a permanent Iustnllatiou 6 tta series of batteries costing 40000 is to be effected says Ponulur Mecbanks Outside of Buenos Aires there are populatJ1I A H Bad tIrtS kttrrign iiL LETTER c 1 ir t r 111 L lTD 1ADE rtJIIR SCllfKJli 8 4 iz OJ CoMMERoz lNCLUU 7ERgpflyj TA URXDEAUTIlfULaTllO N E IMooXKEFPIN BY GRADUATES SECURE PQSITIONScAIIDdOUR1IAL8PftE WRIT BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNIVERSITv GRluiRy J AhFrtlltzrThere Is dj great deal of waste aboat he farmhoufse vhtch Is often overlook jd That Is the taste of wood ashes During the winter there accumulate i great deal of ashes which la allowed io lie out In the back lot or where It Is f Bb bcncfl to the soil Ashes makes valuable fertilizer and not a particle ihonld gb to waste Besides other ele Tjents they contain a great dent of potash It Is a good practice to throw the ashes upon the manure heap as Cast as they accumulate In this way thiS are mixed wIth the manure and Jvd early stages of the fermentation of he manure wilt render many particle f ashes available for the needs of th jlnnts before the manure Is even aj tiled Formalin ForGrain Smut A solution of onehalf pound of f malln to thirty gallons of water Iii made The seed grain b spread on a clean tiara floor oron tarpaulin and thoroughly dampened with the disin fectant It ft then covered for seerd hours and either sown at qnce or more conveniently dried oft by shoveling jver once or twice and sown when cir inmstances are most favorable Care should be takento prevent ppuK zy and other animals from eating any it the treated grain Alfalfa a1 a Dairy Feed For a dairy cow alfalfa comes the nearest to belfig ja perfectly balanced eatioB at any kind of hav talUhU yi th wrong riac Ssay spluttered the victim In the chair w what brand of ttooth soap Is that you fare usingiS xplalnedthoiThtbeh rejoined the victim ddont piit any mmore of it In uiy mmouthrSt Louis PostDispatch 1otly Enjoyed It Borus struggling author That last book oImine agreeably surprised you did It I ani glad to hear that Naggus llterary edltorYeiJl ex pected to devote an entire evening to reading It It put me to sleep in five minutes old fellow Chicago Tribune Jungle Talk The MonkeyIm going to move to eity next week 1the AperWhat areyou going to do you get there Monkey Act as cashier for an organ grinder Chicago News ansbut Crazy You are sure you are of sound mind Inow they asked the asylum inmate Doesnt fcbe fact that Im crazy to get out prove 111 was his answer h1IJreedomPhlladelpbla Tn Sympathizer GTlumer seems to feel a great sympathy for any one who Is Ill Huh His Idea of sympathy Is to get some poor invalid Inn corner andItell bID how miserable hes lIoojiug tPhiladelphia Press Past Control She is so afraid of being thought un duly ejitliuslastlc that she boasts of no being struck by any thing1 Well last summer she came very near being strackby lightning BaHU wore Auicrlean Appetizer For Hcrses til appetlzei recommended by DrO D Suiead for addition to grain ration of horses which seem u little out of tmdltlon and lacking In ap ctlte ia nude as follows Equal partH pow lored charcoal baking soda ginger id cuuhuou salt with onehalf part of nclered ghtlnn root He clalm tbat gralu tjillou with this addition will iver tlh puri ot of some of the ih pHpod uicillclual stock foods 11t nmaiis BiTe Kltoy Turtle aid Merer Suptct itF- revaleBcr ef Kidney D1eaaeIMost do not jog increase and remarkable prevalency tells ofkid dieaseLWhilekidneydis orders are the most common diseases that pre vail they are tent sician almost patieat theltstI ea oNl1inaThere is comfort iu the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism bladder11audand scalding pain in passing itor bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer aid overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and Roet1istressing cases If you need a medicine you should have Ute best Sold by drug gletsisi fiftycent and onedoUarMusJYou may hAVII a a 7book all aboatltbothsentfreebymail C6 Biug w wuen sfl Jw5MS writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember thetname Dr Kilmers SwampRoot t the address Binghamton NY a i 7 ibutl only offemale disease but unless cQred it will cause dangerous troubks tust of tthe poisons thus allowed to remain in the system to 4 E If you suffer in this way get a bottle of CarduiMrs v JI wftgrtd for lowtMo 14 VMM WMk hiiiii irkritycauDg great pda Ai last I tried CaiW arid now I sin cured At all uIIn lths 1 I WRITE US A DIOD FrIl1Hz 8INOH usSons IWL low ADDRESS t people I 1Thend alfalfa came as matter of study This Is the conclusion which George B Ellis secretary of the state board of agriculture says tradition justifies When the chinch bug played havoc In the wheat of Missouri the farmers looked about for1 some crop whlct would resist the Incursions of this pestilent Insect They found thatfqr some reason the chinch bug did not b wou d not Hve upon flax hence they planted iflax and fpr time southwest Missouri had many fields of flar The castor bean was found by the runner to be the only green thing jvhlcu tile grasshopper did not eat hence flelir upon Held of castor beans wereplant od and to this day may be seen In this section of Missouri more than anywhere else In the state fields of this product Japanese clover eanie from the southward and year by juiar It Is pushing IIts way farther up the pzarla and down their northern slppeJ It growa with little or no care Alfalfa t the most profitable bay crop Is to be found In nearly every section of Mis souri where ten leafs ego llttloor hont was kno n Columbia Herald t trsnhsAntrnalsS In tlieMalay archlnclacro Is a reptili much like the mythical dragon it has false ribs that extend the loose skin and fortu its wings There are also atrogwltJispreadlngfeet that mpkes a parachute wbkU onables it ta tilt from tree to tree and a flying lunar that can spread out Its whole body like an umbrella land leap and ya hundred feet at a time from the top of one tree to another Conundrums Why are well fed chickens like sue cessfull farmers Because they are blessed with full crops If your nose was twelve inches long what would It be A foot Why is the letter It like the face of Hamlets father IMs more in sorron than In anger 0Whyis Ireland like a bottle of wInes Because It has a Cork hi it The Oceans Depth Expert bydrograpbers say +hat Itt deepest parts the oceaqs waters are so dense that a sunken treaded would never reach the bottom The ppIe Cure Mark Twain In the course of the recent Pilgrims dinner in New TCork talked of his pet aversion Christian ScienceChristian ScIeiifiCi ttbe said reminds me of the apple cure for drunkenness In Hannibal in my boyhood the apple cure Vas very highly es teemed remember ohcd hearing the Hannibal towfi druukard expatlate on the apple cure You believe llii it tbeJdo you Hank a listener asked Believe lii It How can I help bellevln In It the drunkard said ex egl1tII tHow He Got ilia WelI1 suppose a man must his trials in this world And you have yours suppose Certainly Didnt yoirknow t was marrIed Chicago Post 4n Effort to Define What your Idea of a smart seU Thcte are different kinds of smarl lets answered Miss Cayenne emL merely bad company in DCtbCfnre flusybody Beaks docsrf know bet own ii jud I Pejjuaps not but she kiiows every Indy clsus Harpers Wcekfv t Ktuzu tirozig SIt ISa natural thfii toaska man when Introduced to bun what state ht anie from Tile fact is howeYer tntKansai Is getting to have tlblg na the born pdpuhttlan Wheiithb first Census was Jalcea Jh 18CO there were livingInthan there were wBo had boon 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