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oo930a1iI j 1 Vratsraalrd ri MAX L0DGZ Sjiriof feM lodg t NtSO meet fira aai tkird JCoada I tcli iomtk I v 4 WaakiHgioaRA Ckapter7No5 eets4ery secod 1ueslay 1 Sprisf ekl ConHcil No 52 Meets 01 ierY foittbMoaday t tf Kxiexts of Txx MACAKKMf Meet l z n tiiil t tUiV ineacbK Kod 1For 1v IndigestionL Hr Awrtmitt Cupu = tiiIf 1 zrMt = = Jn DIWhtYoUEa t 1kk 3 t jJPW8S WBffl ITOftE 1 i w r w4 1r w o lifE NI3S= 4EADI3R t iimii II OBSERVATIONS I HN1IIMMH Dont Stop My Paper 1ItTbe recent ruling of the postofflce department has caused the following trueflld poem to start bn the rounds again i Dot stopB paper printer X1lameflyet1Y9u And dollarkardt got But tug a little harder Iswhatluieantodo jI Aadscrape the dimes together Enough for mea you t ii cant afford to drop it j tod it doesnt pay 0fHowever others may I hate to ask ray neighbors To give me theirs onvloan They dont just say but Ieatiit Why dont you have your nh You cant tell howwe miss it If It by oily fate Should happen not to reach us Or come a little late Then all is Iin a hubbub And things go all awry And printer if youre married You know the reason why Then take it kindly printer If pay be somewhat slow For cash is not so plenty And wants not few you know But I must have my paper Cost what itmay tome Id rather dock my sugar And do without my tea Say printer dont you stop it Unless you want my frown FQr heres your years subscription jAndj And regularly on And let it bring us often Its welcome benison Exchangei 1OLIT1CALAthou appears to be a good deal of talk and quiet work among candidates for ccunty offices on the Democratic side of the fence at least Two Sheriffs tickets are already and in the field forth Democratic nomination andj although no active canvass has been opened the several candi dates are busy patching up f quiethatt arasthellimportant llast year will not be made an is Tr s tayThecampaignhings ap peairs to have developed into a bugaboo at which the cindi ate shy It is no llonger con sidered necessary that a ipan should be a riproaring jDrbhibi tionist before he may qualify as a candidate for office in this county On the contrary it is said that some Of the Democratic leaders iare making overtures to certain popular local politicians who were rather classed figantis Jn the local option fight to become candidates so as to even things up and heal ove the old sores w In Iinissue a news item of a proposed new business enterprise fo Springfield which is worthy of attention and it appears to us now of the hearty endorsemert Qf every business man of th town Since the withdrawal of the American Tobacco Go from this place the business of the town have felt its loss quite ma terially The paying out of several hundred thousands ofA dollars to the farmers of the county in one season was an item wortb ftriving for The weekly pay rcl for the employ ees of the local warehouse while n it large was an l mby no means to be despised The es tUblishing of the loose leaf ma ket here will be of more import It ice to the local business inte est than was the American To bvcco Co for the reason that their pay roll for employes wi be severalI times as large on acs cotof the redrying and stern ming operations which it is pr posed to carry on If Sprin field fails to secure the enterprise it will go to some neighboring town and the people of tiiis town and county have certainly had a practical illustraticn of the vil results of hat in the ewe of th American Tobacco Co Which moved fromthisplace iqliebanoo The merchants df that place Dot only received the e1ltof the employes payroll but rniaela of the money paid to a1theWashington county fares for their tob bco finds its way into the cash drawers of the Xiebaion merchauts Every town is benefitted by manufa tunes and they are worthustriv ing for The Remedy That Does iDr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing others savslPa It is curing me 0f Cthtrii lung trouble ot long standing that other treatments relieved only tem porarily New Discovery is doing me so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a reSpnable length of time will restore me to perfect health This renowned cough and cou remedy and throat and lung heajx is sold atHaydon Robertsons drug store 50candSlOO Tria bottle free A GreatLand Openings A number of exceptional op portunities are now binpr offered by the Oovernmen for enter prising and intelligent farmers tpsecure choice farms on a dozen or more large irrigation projects which are nearing completion Owing to the rapid narrowing unoccupiedpublic these opportunities will ever occur again It is probable there fore that the West w 11 see one of the greatest infiuxes of home seekers in 1908 that has been witnessed in many years The great fertility and wonder ful crop yields from irrigated lands and the favorable terms the Government offers settlers warrants the belief that before the year closes not a singe farm will be without its entryman These farms are llocated iin Ndrth Dakotaj Montana Wyoming and Nevada J A letter addressed toTbe Sta tistican iLL S Heclamatian Ser vice Washington D C will ecure full information concernin2 the location soil Crop possibili ties and terms of disposal Starved to Death is wfiat could be truthfully said of iahy children who die They have worms poor little things they dont know itand you dont realize it If your child iU cross fr tful pasty complexionod and loses weight lor no ipparentreason give it Whites Cream Vermifuge you will be surprised at the results and how quickly it pick up sold by Red Cross Dru Store Mr Cec illji Barbers Will Contested An apbealLuit was tiled in the Nelson Circuit Court tpday by Mrs Amelia Baldwin seeking to set aside the will of Mrs Cecelia Barbar recently proba tell in the County Court The estate devised under the wil1iis TUlrwriting that is attacked is dated January 21 1897 and six codicils were afterwards added The grounds of the contest are that thef testatrix was not of sound mind or disposing memory at the thre several codicils nd ii is further alleged that the executton off said will and the several codicils thee exercise of undue inmjternce or fraud The amount involved iis out the largest involved in nYit ever filed in the Nelson Circ t Court The attorneys represent ting t1 e contestant are GeoS and John A Fulton Kelly k Cherry and E E McKay The Executors are W C McChord kina John D Barber of Spring field Bardstown Standard BeatrThe best of all teachers is experi OitrNorth Carolina lays ft find Electric Bitters doesfall thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney llretried it ijnd find it a most excellent medicine Mr Harden is right its rortgIn down conditions too for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at TJaydon Robe ts ns drugstore SOc Premiums at Ky State Fair i The preliminary premium list for the Kentucky State Pair has just been issued It presents the largest and best classification ev er offered by this institution In nearly every department the classes httve bee 4i nSf ed and the prizes are larger than ever before The total bum 6er pi lasses is 1326whi h is i571ii excess of last years list Tbex following is the totall amount of prizes offered for each of the seyeral departmentst Horses 5500 mues 454 jack stock 510 beef cattle 4200 dairy cattle 1900 swme 1782 sheep and goats 1225 poultry 0andand melons 380 field seed and grain 525 tobacco 820 horti cul ure27plants anfQflowers 250 womans dtpartment 700 collie dogs 200 speed depart ment 6000 There is more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few y bearsFor agroat many years doctorspro ita lIpcal disease and pre local remedies and by con stntly falling tp cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable ci nce has proyen catarrh to be a cphJHitutional diseare and therefore r Mlire censtitntional treatment rtalls Catarrn Cure manufactured hi EtJ CheaeyCot Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on th- esilarketItls taken internally in doses from lb drops to a tsponfuLhIt acts directly on the cons surfaces of the s stemThey J offer one hundred dollars for any case lfOtCirCUlarsand pation Ky Stock Goes to Brazil Mr Benjamin unnicult Di l Escola Agricola of Lay1 rectprfaijl accompanied by Dr Andrade and Senor Ach iillts Mories visited Giliner Bros stock farm this week and pur- chasedl a fine bullcalf by C Brit iisher and a female by Acrobats B au for shipment to BrdI purChasedbyville and some horse stock at Lexington They express them serves as delighted with KenI tucky and Kentucky live stock Giltner Bros also sold and shipped a high class saddle mare and gelding to N J Hiltabrand of Losant III George Washington of Cedar Hill T nn alsO bought from this firm a saddle mare for hist wife this being his second purchase within this month Par mers Home Journal Best the Words ffordsIIt gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Buckleis Arnica Salve says S W Jenkins of Chapel HillI N C lam conv need its tha best salve the world aflbrds It cured a felon on my thumb and it never fails to heal eveiry sore burn or wound to which its applied 25c at Haydon Robertsons drug store Tax Rate Increased A special meeting of the citys council was held last Friday tafternooning the tax rate for the present year The mayor and all of the councilmen except Messrs A Kelley and Maurice Doody w represent After ome diussioitit was decided to fix 95 cents on eacl100 of taxable fpropertyLast year the rate was 75 cents The rate of 95cents is tobe dividB ed 30 per cent tb a fund payment of the water bonds andI 1perent to tbe general ex peqbe fund The total assessed va1ufI all property in Lebanon listed r taxation ths year is lj9l3255v Clormore thari las year It is un derstood thdMhe city will expend qalte a large sum this year itt iimproving the streets Lebanon Enterprise 0Just Exajjllv Riqht I have used Dr Kings New Lite PIUs foa several years and find them just exactly right says Mr A A elton of jarriivllle N Y NewI Life Pills relevq without the least jaiscomfort stremedy for cousti patioIbUioU5n a malaria 25 I at Haydon if Robertsbnsi drug store The Beit It Easy TO cure dyspepsia First give away lour chafingjdishl Spmervllle Journal Springfield residents should use Hyomei at this season and h1cureare so prevalent Sold by tlr g Red Cross Drug Store OndE r gjmrantee BLOil MARKET A Proposition to Establishl Such a Market For Springfield J Mr AP Gooding Jr of Lexington WhoJ has been buying and handling Idpse tobacco at Lexington for tthe past yeaor5O so is here with a proposition whlcty if carriedout Win mean m 0uchthe county and to th6 busines iinterests of Springfield Mr Goodingis an independent uyer and rehandler of tobacco afad as such carried on extensive operations at Lexington last seasonw here he received and rehandled tobaccofrom a number of counties of the Burley growing district including Washington county Mr Gooding says that Ih e bought abont 300000 pounds of Washington county tobacco tollLj e paid must have been good or tie would not have secured so much of it when the long haul across the country considered What Mr Gooding proposes I and the object of his visit here is to secure if possible by a leas ffOJa term of years the new warohouso and redrying plant of the1 Washington County Burley War idea is to J houseUoIA market att ayJbeI large or small lots and in an hape Mr Gocding says that he will be pepard tor dry and prize tobacco and put it in shape forf the export trade It iis also proposed to esttolish a stemming department and it is calculated that when the establishment is iin full operation employment will be afforded for between 306 and20d hands Thus the con cern will prove of great benefit to ther business interess of Springfield as well as tQ the tobacco growers of the county Mr Gooding had an informal meeting with some of the direc 0to tors of the warehouse company here Saturday but owing tu the a1 dseucenothing dtfinite was i dope A meeting will be arranged for iicnear date in the future at whichIp the plans will be more fully disfS cussetlIThe questiqri which will arise with members of whati known as the poolers or theBurley Tobaccot3omety is will the es tablishing of the warehouse in terfe e with their plans and prin ciples Mr Goodng says notthat his company will take crec of pooled toba co redry it and JI store it at a much less expense than is beiog paid to the L aisj vile warehouses nowIOne thing which should be par ticularly emphasized is the factt that the warehouse will be used t fof which there will be present buy ers from other points and representing various interests from the American Tobacco Company to the small independent manu ffacturer Mr Goodings com pany willbeabuyerinopencoin petition with other buyers and i the biggest offer gets the tobac co of course Farmers mayr t bring their tbbacQO in and pffer on t the market and if the price isi not satisfactory he may refuse Iit and take his crop home and take iit elsewhere or fora reasouable fee he may have it prized and stored in the warehouse untill such a time as he concludes to dispose of it The loose leaf market idea has proven popular wherever it has been tried At Lexington last ii year this was the most popular method of marketing tobacco for fartaers and Mr Goodings company handled several million pounds of the weeds Mr Good t iing thinks that Springfield willi be an admirable point for the i location of a loose lleaf market I There will be nothing similar tot it nearer t1 Lexington on one i el1oni central point for a large tobacco growing dIstrict and the estftb lishiag uf the warehouse here should attract tobacco fromrt several adjoining counties A o onferencebetween the full oard of Directors of the Wash iington County Warehouse oso and Mr Gooding and one of his associates in the enterprise will be held Jn a few days at which doneli A Contented Woman i is always found iin the same hona b With BallJird Sdow Wniraent It keeps eyery member of the family free from aches and pains it heal 3 cats burns and scalds and cures rheu matism neuralgia lumbago and tti muscular soreness and stitf est25c and S100 per bottle Sold by Re IaCross Drugstore JTwov bcA horse attached tnrrthe ice wag n of George Wi Austin Co the ice man started to hia feeding ground hbout noon Monday having been temporarily left in front of the cold storage house of that firm near the de1I pot with no one in charge of him The horse was not scared at thaI time of his leaving but was evi d ently much frightened before h e got through with his opera tim He left his station at at moderate pace but whether it was fnom the natural momentum j obtained beciuse of an uncheck ttgotainly skeered as he dashed up d epot street towards the Merkley t place where turning at a sharp angle he plunged into Mrsan Bettie Abells yard tearing aa hole in her house carryingaway two pannalsof fence between the Jj yard and garden uprooting a gopd size tree and scattering thpI wagon about in various places in the yard and garden of the AbelL t p remises The horse es apEd without much injury but the c wagon like everything it came In contact with fared badly The horse of Messrs John B iJ parlilewagon hooked to him also made a aash the same day hut it was mlamethe horse of tie ice wagona Lebanon Herald A Golden WedIgwmeans that man and wife have lived a good old age and consequently have kept healthy The best way to keep healthy is to see tbatyour llyer oes its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to do this is to keep Ballards Herbine in the house and take it when ver your liver gets inactive 50 centSer btorebottle Sold by Red Crosi Drng A Rainbow Sundae 1 Out in a local option town ini Missouri they have invented anew i drink called a Rainbo Sundae Twodrinksofitcau8I ed two men to have long funeralIl processions last Thursday a nd two more are in jjail charged with their murder with fair prospects f having funeral processions 0Gtneir own by the hemp route Prom reports this drink is even more deadly than Kentuckys famous pawpav beer that is dispensed in some of the moun tain counties of the State fleUI W Williams Testifies Rev It Wi Williams Huntington- W Va testifies as follows ThisIlto certify that I used Folevs Kidnev tR fiemedyicldneytronble and am free to say t that Foleys Kidney Remedy wiildo nil that you claim forit Alfalfa Success 11I Mr David L Sims an active i a nd progress Ye farnier of the l Bohon section v bile in town Saturday told us of his alfalfa crop and as his experience mayI j be of great value to tjhose who contemplate growing alfalfa we give it for the benefit of our readers He bought one bushel of seed paying I160 for it and j when the time was due tosow it t he prepared his ground by a i thorough breaking and harrow inK and then sowed it in oats andl immediately sowedalfalfa Both grew beautifully the oats pre v Tentinglin the ground Qf CQurse be enR the data last season whentbeyl l were ready and now cut w l magnificent crop of alfaU ant cIt i will get two more cutting thlijt dyearThe cattle and hors will quit i anyotherfeedr I th7111 J 4 1SUBSC1jplION tand in addition 1is hibk t food for chickens that can be g i ivenAs the lifo xof alfalfa iis easily from 30 to 4 years and n Ituverymot its our common red clovor iit would be the very thing for the farmers especfaljy on the westernside of the county wherer ijhe Iatd is rolling Mr Evell Gabbatt has had a few acres of alfalfa for several years and is also greatly pleased with It Harrodsburg Herald Delay incommencing treatment fo alight irjegii1arityr that could have been cured quickly by FoleysKdney Remedy niayresultlnaserlous kidney 0IIseas Foleys Kidney jleraedy uilds up the worn out tissues an J s these organs Commence taking It today HaydonKo ertson LEBANON LOCALSfFrom The Falcdn Fire yesterday morning de strayed the stables of John Ren ner and Lee Lynch which though on separate lots were built together Loss about 300 The stables were practically deI streyed before the ajarni was turned in and the fire depart Dent of which all Lebatdn i itIjustlyproud responded with its usual promptness but the prop erty was destroyed before they arriyed lhe most dangerous habit o1 boys aid young men arouse Lebanon is that of jumping on i d off a moving train ThertV 17Satenance prohibiting t iaDdsub ctmg the offender to a fine not to exceed 10 for eacbpffense We are glad to note that Acting Gtief Carmney is breaking up this dangerous practice The tenant cabin valued att 150on the farm of Mr I Wise 3nTuesday morning It was occu cliedhis mfamilye ryto a5 year old child the A onths old baby would hays urned o death The mother was way from home and the childV ren were asleep In the pabin liheas about ready to fall In and bravely dragged the baby out The functlnoftbe kidneys is to strain out the impurities of t e blood which is constantly passing through them Eoleys Kidney Remqdv makefe the kidneys healthy They win train out all waste matter from thtf ood Take Foley Kidney ReIledy and it will make you well KIRKLAND Sl Mrs Rebecca McMapi who has been employ edaa housekeep e 1rSurNmonths past is atthu home of he daughter in Pairfield for a shor visit after which she will go to Teiyiesse to permanently reside Mr Robinson was the guest ol Miss Gertrude Sagacer Sunday Oscai Brown and Miss Annit tIrahaipat Bpthel unday SiA Robmsbn is punting turtles n Sulphurereek Callie Gritton and family were the guests of Jobn Satterly Sun day Neal Satterly was the guest oiI Miss Bertha Gregory Sunday Foleyt Orino F xatlveltbe new laxative stimnlares but does dot irri tate It is the best laxative Guaran eeaor your money back Haydon Robertson Wants n Rest r yirgili Smith a Kentucky love smitten ydutb paidfbr the fol lowing notice in his JIleJlper JHereaftert it wil not be neces sary to publish my visits to seImy sFeetheart each weekT e xpectt0 coikie whenever Providence permits and unless other wise state lake it for granted that T am witjb herbI do this to give the peaplea rest andtosi I this space in the paper for pay 1 ing ad or something new u r Todd County Times j t Health Coffee liireally thelclostit C 3offeeh1 clever Coffee Substitute A centiy pr auced by Br Sfcoijxt 1aclueCQeJ it either DrShoops Health C joffiinadej graiti3h malt nuts ttc fleaf- ltwotiIdfooi an zertWk0 Itf tirink Ifc for Coffee No aOwri ates tedloui boiling Made ia a VJjMcElroyj 4 v4 EX PRESIDENT ttot CLEvLa 1ri tDI UnxpcdIy4SM f Home i NewJer i t LaitW 1itGrover CteytUni sospiidentoftht Uaito SaatT8f40 oclock this iojiL fhishomt H WesUaa Ia quiet eoll f fcewBr wIrsbk illived fNsince his reiirtMw f hrt twelve yemrs ago y5li f i Whendeatb which was rdenl cameSchamber UnCieveliindOthei l ft J of Ntfw York MhCMtfaial i famjly physician if ill plfl k rlendi Dr Gtorg E Idf wood altol of Nsw Yertcjswd 1Dr John M CftraoeiMMftf et tPrinceton Jti1I Anomcialt MmHlKiYMij and signed bj the tkrs phjtfi L cians t in jducec9ailments o lpngMaa ia as cause of deitb i l Stephen Gron C r Ifaiiwice president of tt tfclfcif t 3tatej was born in CSMI ri r E ssFx county N J 1fttr I 1837 Onthe pW U Wkwas of English orifia MOM f s Oleveland emigrated trea1vich county of lsicrtkr IS- gndini635tndtUML tfurn MS8whwhW701 He wag tne fotBder of iM i amily io Amerfcal X Mr Cteyeland Mtii MV jf tbe Rev Richard FiUtyGlmii tland a Pre byteriaa liiA r who married Anni OHtal tdaughter of a Balti Dor sr= t hant ef Irish birth Mr Clevelxfld received wi ai 4 Jj tdem c edacaUon ted wet tnBuffalo in I5I fie b 4 M j J erk in a law office and wW rfi1 h itte4 to the bar in 1817 Bt was Assistant JLJistricst SSipriej V of Erie county from iflflNMvaM1 Sheriff of Erie eon ty 187PI On the expiration cf OM tif is Sheriff Mr Citvflfteit M l shedi law office and ii 1881 be fI was elected Mayor of BriMf His vetoes of extravsgantp t priationicled to hfe noatWs nd election uGoycrnorp H w York on the Democratic ttefcct 1 he following ear i f Jnl884h6wM e4cta Prill a rr 4 lentl ltbe UOliec1St4 James G Blaie RSpbi rIn 1886 uth D oocr l iijaee Mr Cleveland WM Mi ft t j of Bfnjamim Harrtooii Rt rtHiU rf llican Mr Clevtilad r4aM be IIiI aw practice in New York b 4 ik J1902 he was again o ate4Ji Pesidentaad d fWd Beo Mi 4THarrison who had been mauI u ate4 for aseooodtansi JAttheexpHratioflof ktosecaa = termtMr Cievetend looarip kia T residenceatPri jX J J Mr Olevekad waa friWt June 1 l88 to Muss Pre 4- olom t of Btaart f ttt ugs took plies at lia rlousa fi fJr4 2 YII AIireSct 117J attended by tbe sIhM ptict bUrpe cialist could not ke ewrM ach or bawd trOtlW aMy dIs4ea your baby if yo jfiri HMtqtV EWxir Cjuei 4iarrW 1tand all ra fatoltk 1 JCI1 jr howell Prlc 25 eeate M4 M t I oW by Red CrwDr f 1 or i i GaNBHayVEhJ t iiI Gw N B Hajtf la fete M vass for the BemoenrtM u1iou for Ooisflor ciiirgii MM V tJt- if i AgMiaizsratos wn egligae fl a1loi t Globe Priutit CMDfMuajr wI HiryugNfor printing some ck 4baaJwf which he Mud oo M Jwfcf Dtiitod for 1OW M a s rSoMpeopIi ad5o to 4 fiM of GM Haj CowrioCA tiii t iviMr 0ti4gsieit aga U2y f rIa ottor 1 chrf fe heai7 iiD TM zs U 1 UM monef for ttM ate ft k t Wtoi t Otto Bj iftfr be wdpIR11Od Oo ie M t u w p 7 w 71 jIcWtAMor 3PIuRI CLY 4RIW4LV EY k 2 LDAVIWN Jr fuiJui4YLi tI4 f csvitii Yit T ut I1J1Iefto nl104al e 1 bM rJQaNSONis a MiWate 1Iii Tpi Ctas fro tlPow tk CwfrMtio al District lfIJ totheac a of the ocI Prty KCifc SHERIFF We are authorised to announce A C IjLssicd1date forthe norni 4at for tteriff of Wwliingtoa Bubjtct to tAe ctiomof the ikpszt T JeJMttiuJUchard f Baa D CMpbcll Will tflawkrt and Hubert Virgin t We aft aUtlior1iedtO unooJ1ceS caathdte for lillerii w COW1tYiu bject to the the ctaticparty 2st HR EddHe an Sam Hale O i Powell aadByroaCroake f JTaftand Their Party r I ILL an qiacof course tlwi HM tt policies ba liW lttiiicifarpo iRpubh9n op i psas1W jfcid that these have bN pwscfil1 rn tMe councils o- frioo4ere of both houses of Coefr M As the iireJimi iwry workS piinding a candidate llT jMropt M at the Chicago Con viont the i 4ictkn between pf r witefrj led by the oavat admiiistration andS t DtftitionilrlEJ bf t eiflie BOT jjwrply accentuated Bit ww alfp cleat that the par 1r risbdthe vast lIJa = jotitJjpC republican yot3rs Mr Tiiflrength aara candiE 4dsWWMdae above all else tog tlbc knowif4ge that Mr Boo e v ltwaa4yocating his selection f and to the further knowledge ttMtj u a great member of tbe Booftttelt administration Mr Ttathorwighiy known bothp u to bit viewsand also as to bitTtaiatkablequalifiRalionsfbr the aPras4ey401for of the Republican partyn thifi campaign is Mr Taft him self AS endorsed and guaranteed by Mr Roosevelt Mr Bryan and this gupporter wilt doubtless jjsbow grat deftness and skill iin eriticiigthe r 80lutioPsts 1a4optd at Chicago and Win ppiat opt what can be made to appear serjoua inconsistencies But when all this is done there yirif jmain the g eat fact that Mr Tjfl was easily nominatedI on thrfirft ballot securing 702 y vqs jnaeonventiou numbering 9Aof8lec es Furthermorp this nomination was acquiesced i in by the remaining members I the confention nearly all oJf + whom ould gladly have voted ttSor Mr T aftoa the firtbal1ot ifi they had not been bound by in structions to cast their votes for tae socalled favorite sons of their own States Thus many of theNew York delegates who voted fpr Hughes openly stated tJbriF Desired to vote for delegation3mNr the nomination Almost the same thiHg might be said of the Penngjlvania vote which wa cast for Senator Knox the I1U- vinow vote wbichlby way oJ compliment waS announced for Speakep Cannon and the Indi ana vote which was accorded to yicePreaidentF irbanks Even the Wisconsin vote which was j t Senator Li Foljettei was cast by men who were jrarmy cordial to Mr Taft In snort the dirt fereace between the socalled reactionarie and the majli bodrji tfee convention did not Lk ejQdugh to create any i gaia8t the winning SiUite ciiJlJJI1dhertnytbeJccepted Idida of his party as any aarCOtId pOftsibible be Seldom 1 it eris any American party ih la ffaer CABdidate or one 1poII wboae choice U had better IFi resO Mr s 1fcongratulationJ Frooi iTqe ErbfrMS f the 1 World fi UM American Review of Raiifor July t JCf idj Jaxat Cough Syrup jUubwlS aBdthere tcoW f o the system T M thi NeUdtal1ays Inftama and Jt11 krfiatioB ChUdren 4e Ito IMby Red CieiPharrnacy jiiJ FaVie V 1 spentlciacrwitLLcryMr1PPt Cfct tbaMs three tUHbraMMin sit tpeiMimc the wskwtthhsr j MWHayssisiiRobTt and Klmo II hif1bOS Ud twod BsidX 1 Lff Y lLi Jwi fe Jimmie XJhesser Bonnie rdeay and wife Mrs J EL eTytusoL George Moulai r aiid Hril Charlie inurham etJlrm i iMiif LUcy Ann Moore and GlaiKt earn y arlon the sick lisV l J 8 LizzieOhver lleft Sunday oring trr visit her auntf Mrs atDeatfvillJ3 begunfchrefrhihg JSTancvHinedi WaH Sunday fake Kimbcrlin of Louisville via ting his sister j Mrs Herbert JSddleman yEpnlof bFairfiedof aLGeorge Moul attended Chil drens Day exercises at Willfe burg Sunday nglit Bert Barber of Elton Wis says 1 have only taken four doses of your Kidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any others medicine has ever done I am stilj taking the plls as I want a perfect 81Kfdney81 Red Cross Pharmacy laTickThe weather remains dry and hot GnolerEfc rs playing havoc with hogs Charles Hall sold agto Wm Lawrence for 3 Otis Milton bought a mare of Robert Milton of Canaryfor 90 Win Lawrence bought two hogs of Silas Montgomery for ml nLieHaydonMisses Tobin Monday Mrs Maggie Mj bley sold one acre of land to Garter Hall for 20 Wm Rowe and family of Tex s John Best of ftileys and J Anderson and wile were tne uests of Mrs Rachel Anderson Sunday Mrs Maggie Mohley Charles Hall and Glen Lawrence are sick George Thomas Kimberlam off Texas spent Saturday with Ben Haydon jroI Mrs Carrie Marrow has re- urned to tier eiin Louisvil jter a two weens stay willu Mis lice Haydon daugbiterI Thursday 1IiItonguests of Miss Lucy Hall Wed nesday + Mandeville Law rehce attendedI the baseball game at Mackviile Saturday Mrs Bessie Cpjffey of Texan visiting her fathersJ N Anderson G T Stumphj and ifeof StumphSunday Miss Magg q Yankey of Simms and Mrs Georgia Anderr son and daughter of Fenwickj spent Anderson Friday with Mrs William a We are glad that our corres pondence is so pleasing totfie j Pratbers Creek correspondent and hasten to observe that his i t 3c a toll and up IIe apprlatedregularly I Misses iPannie Reed and Susie Adiis nefecbtaiJd are yis tinsf Miss Mattie Tobin i Mr and MrS Henry Stump and daughter Addie of Sunny 3ide spent Su nday at S T Stumpbs Miss Georgia Oc nougher of La 5jindW L Aude rson visi 1ed his aunt Mrs Nancy Lewis at Dix yille Saturday and Sunday Carter Hall and family attended I church in Mackville Sunday Geortte BugganJ Heed Taylor were visitors in Bethel Sunday Albert Ruddand Miss Ella Ta- in visited Mrs Katie Buckmtfn tSirninsSunday- dWin Stumph of this place an Miss Ela M hitebouse and John Rasseh and wife of Texds went to High Bridge Sunday Get my Book No 4 for Women tJ It will give weak women many valuable suggestibns of relief and wil cUy confidential medical Advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The book No 4 tells all about Dr Shobps Night Cure and how these soothing healing antisep tic suppositories can be successfully to correct these weaknesses for the book The Night Cure is sold by The Red Cross Drug Store i WillisbJlraII Miss Elizabeth Shirley has re staywithjlndi Miss Shirjey Vas called there on ccount of adeth in Mr Nelse Shir levs family Miss Mattie Brown hs gone yShePV j merit of the medical school while there- atMjss May me Merritt is home for a two week s vacation positioJ1jiththe at Slmpsonville Ky She beentherel8 months We are very much pleased to have her in our midst The Childrens xerCises at thft Christian churcfi at this place was wellattended on h Sunday night There was h immense crowd present and it being very warm and the dis talkingJpudctl but those that took such an ac live part in training so many childen certainly deserve a great deal of credit on their part as well as the childrenl The exercises were good a much enjoyed by those who could see and hear them A neat little sum was realized and the funds will go to the missionary work Mr Carl Walls was in Bloom field lastSupday Mrs X W Shirley is mu improved at ins writing which we are glad to report MrT E Wilson and sb Robert and JerOme of Pleasi Grove were in Our midst l Sunday Dr Richard R Bards of Har rodsburg will locate at t i7npartnershpHyatt Dr RoBards wi 1 b welcomed here and we wish him success = tSpecialT Pricei1- i J AT i fr fEl CullBillgm Du cans x3 C r f 1 y 1tt f 1 1ii i t Prints 5ca y r I Check Ginghams 6c I tJ 94Brown Sheeting 20c 1 Vj 1IQ4 Brown Sheeting HLiiwrisand Silk Mulls and t d Goods SpecialPrices at reduced on Mens prices Washiiand Womens Low i ShoesjnTansand Patent WallPaper 1 i CapetsL + Ingrain Carpets 35c up I Clothing1t eWe are offering our entire stock of Mens Youths i t and Childrens Clothing at greatly reduced prices Call and sere usv we will save you money on tanything you need in the Dry Good line Cunningham Duncan tc H E li l f I will sell at public auction at my resIdenceS on Main street in pmrSATURDAY July 11 1908 the following Ejfcusehold and kitchen furn ture a lotof tine ferns A set of carpenter and carri uge toels 1 firstclass black s Iimiths2 new handmade buggies new and second hand wheels shatts single trees spokes rims etc about 200 It first class lumber forf buggy work carriage trimmings of all kinds carriage paints 1 new single shovel plow 1 llargej grindstone grain cradles Terms made known on day of Rsalesums under 10 cash hW H BONDT Maokville Hb Mrs Tames Isham and daugh toterturodsburgMessrs Toe Wycoff and Harvey Sweeney were in Card well Monday on business Dr J B RcBards of Har rodsburg was in town Wednes day Messrs Elmer Hume and JtWMatherly are in Georgetown this week attending the State convention of the Baptist Young Peoples Union Mr Sam Derr of Harrodsburg t visited friends here last week Miss Ora Yancey returned home Sunday af er a week visit with friends In Harrodsburg Mr Hopper cashier of Cor nishville Bank was in town S taturdaYiI tMrof Harrodsburg were here Mon day Miss Rose Shewmaker and Mr Pete VaUarsdallofPornis frr yule were here Saturday a SundayaRaybotfrnehJ several days visit with relatives in Louisville returned Wednesday Miss Ethel Turner of Indian apolis Ind is visiting hei parents Mr and Mrs Hartford saccompanihome ied ings otdt the home uf Mr G F Hickerson Mr and Mrs J Di Sweeney ngThursdayMr and Mrs R R Isham SliturdayhKey Cole and wife were in Bariodsburg Thursday DaughternTS were tonIMonday ItMr Goqding LL xington- arid Mr Joe Claybrooke of Springfield werA in town Suns day afternoon Mr J B Lester of Perryvi lie was in townSaturday ndMrapdMrsfield Mr Wm Lear spent several dGeorgei Mrs GeorEe Warren and daughter Miss Addie of Perry yule visited relatives here Sun day Mr H E Case and famihe visited relat vfes at llatter part of last week Dr Johnson of Louisville was heie last week e O4Oloyd O yv M 1rin J Springfield Monday Mr Ed Sallee of Harr ds burg was here Sunday Mr BD Lake was in twn Thursday Quite a number from this place attended childrens exer cises at Willisburjr Christain church Sunday evening Miss Lucile Brown who has been visiting her grandmother Mrs Eliza Brown for the past monthreturned to her home at Seymour Ind Thuisday mMisbrodsbixgMiss Margie Isham MrW J Matherly and mother were in Perry villeThurs dayMrs dOSpringfieldJ Slt1l1dlSl SpringiltTuesday Mr Moreland D rrof Willis burg was here Saturdy Miss Una Arnold has returned to her home at Maud after a two weeks visit with relatives here The ladies of the Christian church will give an ice cream Schoolbuildinnb July 4th The entertainment given at lastSatnrdaytend idk T4he sum realized l about 28 betnIIIIII Hewitt With Hazel Salve for cuts burns bruises and scratches Itt is especially rood for piles Recom meaded and sold by Red Grose Pb ar macy A a PAIN isSNO bitpiMb sIw = J4== tviPAIUIJII JI awarla1 blood sblood BlLkU yoiiar IISSSILSSIIMFTCIt s1IIOoC ib1sod piiuuvs m wy 1 eertaIMr rDr s IIaD4t1Mwa 1 ==r UtM i w aul pals Wf i 4eei ksWood YouRitwIMN I iiwsu ie plyCooa 101W M UTN4 Dr Shopps Headache TabletsRED CROSS DRUG STORE Coming Back Will Robertson and Hugh Lee S Timithoberts left here a month ago for the Suuthwest are expectedl dayThe boys had been aatucurneari New Mexico and all tbelUstrong r SnitLo resist and they ustd their reo rn trip tickets Cliff Roberts has determined to stick it out a Dndpleased and has no notion ofreIturning Will Rubertson was working in a hardware store vandJ pitching for a baseball club on the side Jakey Smith hadSjob in the office of the Tucumcav ri iSunii t Desperate Fight A difficulty occurred atbe de- s pot at Lebanon Monday night betweenJ A Hardysty Jr and DeHaiei Fardesty proprietors of the Hardesiy Hotel and J ID Bobbitt an J Virgil Bobbitt pro prietors of the Bobbitt RotE It is said that some bitterness had been brewing between them soHcidat the jLouisyilie nd Nashville station Last Monday night they came togeth er and bad an oldfashion fi ght Vigil Bobbitt ran to his hotel secured a pistol and began firing at John Hardesty The Hardesty boys grappled with tI ieD man with the gun Two shots were fired one takingjeffect iin John Hardestys bana and thej tother in the qrm The wounds are not dangerous Virgil Bob faceinMust Pay Face Policy Fire insurance companies must pay the face value of the policies they carry on household goo daiand other property if they acc pt the premium on policies This atpointPraikfort Friday in the case ott Jeff Cook against the Fire In surtnce Company of Piladelphia Cook had his furniture insured tO8200S but F L Johnson o ptnerCook lived testified that Cook id not Have but 25 worth of eyIrea a of the Court of Appeals which was to the effect that if the premium on a policy had been collected the company must pay the polio and a jjudgment was entered in Cooks favor A Notice J t On account of the high prices a we are compelled to pay for feed we have decided to adopt a jstridtly cash system in our busiii ness After this date nothing will be booked rWHARTONi TAPP l Notice q Iwill allow no trespassing on y farm Hunters and blackII erryplckers must keep off CONRAD HERTLEIN Meat RducedS5 ofIjj f 5rents roast 8 and 10 cents per pound L T BROWN MOOFs7ILLESf 4 T D Swpenpy began threshc i IfJj horselttphWoodlawn1Sunday tMissGreenbrier and Sherwood Week ey and family of Valley Hill j sp nt Sunday with Jas Weskley and family it1Irnldi fedd Sweeney made a huslnesst trip to Louisville Tuesday JapeiB Mcntgoincry aid wifel 5 1 7 of W 1MrsIvisitingFe LIMark visitedSUnday andlfDe 45Isonnniley visited Misses Annie and Eu ni urSatdayThere will be no preadhlngat Mt Zion until the Fourth Sun dd y JnJn1yS x j QUARTERLY BIJPORT OP T 1fBanklSPRINGFIELD KY the close of bnsiness on the 30th dayoJune 1908 ii1 ans and Overdrafts Overdrafts NationalIDie from Banks f 555s262O11- from State L Banks Bankers 921111 Due from Trust t 3547230BankingOther Real Estate 000 1050000U0t0Specie1442910Exchange Other items carried as cash CFurnitureand Fixtures 000 F C iiter131342620ICapital Stock paid In in cash S 5000000 Surplus Fundm 2300000 Undivided profits 240227 Due depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 19432498 Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 Demand certificates of deposit on which interest spatd00ime ton which interest is paid 43J69895 23802393 S whichintereVi Certified Checks JX D IcueDue Trust Companies 000 Cashiers Checks outst nd- lng 00c Bills rediscounted OO h Unpaid dlvidends 000- i 0001CapitaiTotal J3134262C- SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stopkholderr person company or firm including In the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Iindividual members thereof directly or Indirectly if suqh indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock o a cfHow is indebtedness stated in ahoy Itemi 1 secured 00 Highest amount of indebtedness any director or officer if amount ofI such indobtedness exceeds 10 percent 00tHow is same secured 00 Does amount of indebtedness of any personbcompanyor firm including jj firmlthehers thereof exceed 30 per cent of aidup capital and actual surplus o If so state amount of such indebtedness Amountof i last dividend 250000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes dedpcted therefrom before declaring dividend and was not les than 10 per cent of net profits of theI bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Y esgSTATE OF KENTUCKY SSoCounty of Washington YJSPeoplesDepositcember 23 1889 located on Mali 1retsaysthetrue statement of the condition of the said Bank at the close of business thebestfurtner says that the business ofsai locationandthatpliancel with an otticial notice received ignattatday on which such report shall be made J A BOULWARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me 1stICHAS M McCjHORDjNvP Washington CoKy- ConiIIJissionexpire Jannuary 8t 1910 S J ANDERSON GD ROBERTSON H R TnOMSON Dlrectbrs r 3SJ JSTThe Carroll County Board of1 Control fthe Barley Tobacco t ociety yesterday look charge oflI 2000000 pounds of rop of 1906 which had been htoredthe tobacco was in prime condi te wl1rejhouses907 crop of the Sumsicbu ty to qld it until July 1 1909 I fPublicf in consummation Of the movia r ment looking towards the union of all the medical schools inl under the wing of the I State Universuy was made hut ot1he iiFJiiiii ARSHUkTD J wJtIEotL rSLI SHIILTZRLEDELV f r i iIt IP varwtrNow GardhToo1 1trWehave just received a new supply ot ililWI Cooking Stoves ant Ranges I t f II which jtt will sll atprhesrtople id 1 f 1iJ I Agents for 1 PERFECTION OIL STOVES f i7I IMowisI r u speciality of Plumbing arid iii 1IJWWe S 1inI ift j I At Hertleins f You Can Ice Cream SodJ c j and Sundaes everyday Fresh 4nd toothsome cakes and Candies r Meals ard uiichtes z St ft tt I aIat most any tirneA1LkindsI of dft Drinks t J aL ANDY NOVEiLTtES 02 I- S1QR Come and see our line KATIE HERfLEIN WJ OO 5 by ttr William H Wathen dean of thit school and Dr L8 Mer Murtryj president of the Louis vilie Hospita pc liege of Medi ineSAcing on Mexicos requpstI thatthe United St eerit1 avor to prevent violations of the neutrality Jlaws PresidentRooae velt direcjed Secretary Taft to have United States troops sen 1to the Texas border The Mex ican Government maintains that the uprising has not eached thei dignitv of a revolution and thatt Offenders will be prosecutedI merely as ommon criminals r I A Terrtfis TuraiU Most marvelous of nfl the gtortes or reat falls Js the account o Cirles TVoolcots terrific tumble trom lielgtit f no less tnau 8000 feet It was and he was making a pars chato fiesce t The parachute refused to open till within 100 or 300 feet from tbo groanoU Then It spread out suddenly and split The unfortunate man rushed bofei ankles and both tues b rote Jiis rIhtth1b nud hip ed his spinal roluuih and suffered other jInjuries ret otter a yearfn a hospital l bo recovered attlclentljr to write an accotJtof hat was probabljr thV iwst f uearfiiIecldentv ivedZrSjpiJM Mercury Ucrcnry oo a table or floor Is somovrbat hard to collect unleMt Special precantions are taken wiai to itittcndQnc7 to divide into nIl bujes vbicb roll aWay at the siigltet totroh If a wet ring ii taade are lted thUled mercury by the aid otVlafc Wtle of other Blmiiar mesas UrJU Iff f nud that the globule of metjcary cannot cross the ring TIM nercury eai tbfea be collected Ja a small siierel s mdrf from a pico of tkia card c cysa a5ctordinary en veloi e f Race if LtfSThere woutdnt be so very taCk tat In llvlnp if there Were not a kwrdkrr wo to jump over in this race of life bere always bars beta Obetaclea iwilI there always will bf ukLjt te ot M use to repine over tlw Mft cbest r Union 5 ri Our NsI1iheiSlundny Scbool TacberW1ydk1 the Lord command us to love 8tr selgh 11tittJc MaOb I gua it wai nothera way of felling M to love e4r enemies Netr OrlcatM TIIM1DitIrat No man fe aobler bon tlwn another ianlcss he K born with better ablllUee more amiable aipt1lteuca laud Cuffed Humanity MMraSotirrauff who thought she ted mlssiou torlook after RtiffeVtiglMH mauityls nwrrled Iiiats5 fep surprised t to leara that ahe kad gtvra her tn toilu IKtp She hasnt 11erkihtd Iis JN to Lo suffuring auaiinlty bereilfttr Bouston Post 5 Wehaudle tbe vy b4orands 5L1 4To1sand hay a i I f is eIi jtt q l tine iOgt r Iff f tt it r hkes Brie Spdes etc on the market iV 5 u t ot I fr the celebrated f p make get f I and dislocat spilled u jjH JOMgF MSt HCBrrHis Top 111 With Him H Mvts JJict1 rn farmer walJ appllltcz pJtetrJKJ massae to ji crt lkerse nfineU knezDI ring the tptervali of rest he talked fana talk T There Ate tenants be said wbp trl entbmove carry their farins J tkOUH Q r FS5the worlds best jrnu cs tvt- WJMre you 01 I wopl4 reqatre tweiity or Abirty ocrcf f UMtfQ keep oe tam sI 11the iTeach farr will kef hte ea a qnartref aa acre Iff be hose to cHltiratr tKMty or thfrty acre he ir6uidMNac a iIlloee His secret llN In the perfection tv 1 lwhltJahe riffs tte top siLl Wlwt Jwith fertnizla ai waterIng sad clia lInc h t tef sett J the Mackewt a lchestioIl o earth Ills tep ioU is t ihe Freck fana f what her votes v lf Ito tto a pFjm4OiaL AM irb i he r c ut he twitractfi that oa the HrmtMu t IUonorl tar lease he say carry fS t Inches ot the toy sell with j tr him ttWhen yon see a French taresmiSlag johe Bfflallcar carries his bon i Jhold poods and In litye It er e1it eMr i f oaoas 4rays his top soil lumbers o ht Ihiad York Pwsc t ew Vv TV SVSTHE MODEM HATtt iI irJ I 1Fert Dfeti Fr hHjitJ Pairt Cf1f W Tbe jilze tbe style a aiaciaeatalijr the cost of wowen hftai says p writer the fllmUu tnte p onteeN lllie tM te peci wiQ JaR m ftofer ttat theylMij LtiIeMadr sdered from Uif hyftapfe pqCnt e rkw litUe aalf csa bs food witbttM J t- atsh of our sta aev so tthem when tlewed Arowisi Aenf o reasou are sstbinkb itesi X 6i alfare faalty fr n the aAy M1 lpolpt aC leif aW a wUsr haowtedf f the defects of the BMM IiIt wo kl c ua to the trNaT1aillel a ty tf hart theaded men Yu order to AssMMttntt dM1bi1ti shctftI beSav4ed it rretUJ hlcl byt11b was pei wbss t ha fays qf tlh cut 1k1Ibha 4iU evtly1 itwoe while toiiwr tde a bat varlflttwl klutfs of hfttrtw a p4 t f tlrteel inijiutes S K f7 htOC tttallied lu the crows MrfBouM aiid tbfap ncorded as faJhr Th 1iiH r111Ittuia t TT4Nt lir 81 the ht Wk ts Mt sai ta tftH blae 1MtA4 JiS i ad tOO 114es respcttve4y I ij y WfflSCmmYet v Jr= will IEMERY J =N 1SP L c r A DR IL T BUR TON NlDiT DENTIT TEtrH EXTRACTED rtouT PAIN a c J JAM tM Wock tricll Firitda k fi jii CMUDL dit u4 trgtet oi 1II1iiQlI mt mito 2 pap Ottoes oyoc Haydoas Drugstore 1 t JLtamptO M D J 1 Mice feOtert Ntuse ir cN 1 1IccNa1 YfrJ GRieSBY ORNEYATLAW Li H irPOPiSI hak Ii pNFIzr4 KY T Drv N W HYATT Dr J M 8PAULDING Officer dYer Red CrouJJrue- Jfcqrt Office hours HyaflO30 2Ijto12 m 4to ripm Spuldng 2 04 pmt and all 9nght fJOHN Y MAYS FUHEBJHyiHETOii HIBllCElSEDEMBIilHERT1LEPHONE DAY1S NIGHT 74 SPRMBFEtDD a- ILAi1eni J j tanfecttoneFy r thei place to get Soft Drihki Ice Cream and Soda Water V r The Jbcst and fre heit of Candiessand Fruits T always on hand Main Street next to Wal onHoteLf r Leon Allen JJE Shelby rederotf o Diiroc Jersey logst fceYounoars i R rj Springfield 1ty firf Place To Stop i NWe invite our Washington and Nelson county triends when in Xfbuisville arid looking for a place to stop to call on us We aye several KicelI Firnisbed Rooms whicn we will let f 5r lodgers for a short of long stay at reason bte rates Located on the Northwest cor ner Seventh and Market Sts Irvine Wimsatlt ftf John Edelen pride of Washington I OR Sprjngfieid Choice Manufactured by J W Jarboe Sr C60- B3TWe pay highest market price fprt grain i Jf ycJu want the Best PLOUR ask your grocer for DON T NEGLECT I YOUR KIDNEYS 1 WIM tMr 01 Oft bekusms 1 1ydI Luis KidisyIj 1 1 I tiI ILLMlA ISi4PIN sMW O 1LH 6t Ro JkSf Look at oar tiwetftl aVlf iJ Ui i a 1wLadr OM or l If mlNU itlLocal Happening The FtMhest and Latest II t 11 AI1AatYsuiiJrjr1eisAcquatacs lrTn1f Tha Walton Hotel udder tTu management of A Ham will ell meal ticket reasonable rates WAUEDIwnt to buy ctockewes OscAR WtLKV Marriage BoUteiSpringfieidEy Hceose aiVIsjUed rday by 1iI county clerk to Chalie rneand Mr Ollis They both liveiln the Moran of color was con in police court 6f selling yand was fin d 2o vith trimming He is now ser time on the rock pile HmRobertson of Walton will serve speciallfor next Sunday The which contains all ot the of the season is pub in this issue aviD decided to leave field it becomes necessary me to close up my business persons indebted to me are to call and settle is no excuse WHOND for one no n pasted on the nevis We make some remark cheau offers of the Louis daily papers in connection the NewsLeader See ad first page ofthis issue First National Bank of fie1d at the close of busi June 30 had its usual 5 per semiannual dividend Its for the six months were 7500 and 700 was added the undivided profits The shows a degree of pros for the season of the year t is quite commendable publish in this issue theJ semfannukl statement or Peoples Deposit Bank which a prosperous condition popular institution The shows net earnings of 7 per cent nd is altogeth the best midyer statement lIf issued by the bank THt should be gratifying stockholders CWparton Secretary of Springfield Graded School s issued his annual rt showibg the receipts and rsemen s for the year The received from taxes 4r 801 from poll tax 42150 from other sources eWugh the total receipts to 7 37 The disbursements were leaving cash balance ttreasury of 274 the biggest shipment l mhs ever sent from this was shipped from here on last f There were about lambs in the lot and they twelve cars They were for Jersey City and were by the several live firms doing business in the The lambs were bought at about5 12 cents are requested to announce there will be a game of base at High School park on next day afternoon between the JrVof this place the team from the Grundy An admission fee cents will be charged and entire proceeds will be do to the orphans These put up a firstclass of bHand the game LCTh draw a crowd especially I Telillof Eyes Dot a matter of guess work is IJ a matter of trying on readymade glasses It isascience governed by principles whIch none but a person who has studied the Anatomy of the Eye can understand no guess work Eye In our methods of testing HV ed1fl Springfield KvV i l Uft1UUtft IUIUU1 i as the proceeds are to be devoted1 Ho a Wortly cause r 4 i v j A llarge audience enjoyed a tdeiightful lecture at the Cbiirj rr Rouse onilast Friday evening by Rev B E C Lawson Mr Lawsons subject was Lifes Morning and he handled the subject inV a masterful way pict turing the beauties as well as the practical side of life His talk abounded in huthoroas well as patheti sketches 1tr Barn Burns T A large stock and tobacco barn Belonging to Mrs Maggie Bar was burned on last Sunday night at about midnight About 20 Olator some work gear ndj other articles were consumed in the fire The loss Is estimated at750w1th no insuranceVhei fire was of unknown origin Mrs Barnet was inclined to think it was the work of incendiaries and s iittt5 Springfield foi officers to toweout and investigate State Fire Marshal Wi F Neikirk who happened to be here over Sunday and Deputy Sheriff San Anderson1 went out investigate hut repor d that they could find qclevidente to justify the claim that the fiVe was the work of in cendiireg Marshal Nb i kIrk said that he believed the fire originated from an accident or through the carelessness of spmeri x ne smoking in the barn Base ballJ The H Waltons which is thrI new name for the local basebal team played tyo games last week with the L N club Qf Louisyille and lost both gamgsl The home boys had a streak of bad luck which aided materially in the losing of the games The first game resulted in a score 0114 to 11 in favorof the Louisville team and the secona was a score ef 6 to 5 in favor of the same team 6ibbs pitched the first gameand Goode officiated iin ther secDbd for the Waltons and Ie- it r Said to the credit of thee I twirlers that they were not re sponsible for the loss of either game and both pitched good ball which i ordinarily would have finii won George Colvin pitched a great game for Bardstown on last Fri day against the Bowling Green club holding them down to one scratch hit Colvin also pitched the last half of the game ion Sat i urday andhelped Bardstown win again j On Monday the Valtons playc ed the College Boys 11at High School park The foraer won but the score was so large thatlIi S 1I I 1 cto Ig Q OiJ ec II- ii + TOPICS Beechbrid offwbeat 6iIIij X liViVillliijhl 3 4 ffi r I3I W4M IOTELVI 3jL HaMRobertsn Manager k1L1VV E t7 n d VYx ljJqyien t Ic t SUJ jy iJ 5th 19O8 i fh jI l tj J Wa4Lr 41ht1Iam l vf lJa3 1Ia t iFried ChIcknLaided Tenderloiu Bepf Fried Young Duck c Sliced TqirioeV nowflake PotatoesV Asparagus Tips TosiUdf ezs HomemadtCorn Bread e VflVTItIfaJVSZVi =Waukesha Puading Brandy Sa ceMixedPlckles VVVSV rrTVString Beans Homemade Light readButtered Beets l eo Fr esh Butter Milk Anchovy B tterCeamOhese ia 45 vJK firick IcefCream A isorted bakes j eo Y lvs Ice Tea Coffee ce Milk a fIf t mfX tjt1 3 Teeth extracted with tout PAIN or DANGER No charges CI when platesV Iareis LWORKVDone in this office is firstclass I in every tespect and just as ad vertlsedV WYSTALLARDDDSlD II Springfield ii Kyii we have been unable to get reli able figures on it v There will be a double header played here on Saturday between be home team and the Camp bellsvilles The batteries for Jampbellsville will be Wjlliams WOOd and Sanders while Roberj sdny Goode and Brown willdq the Work for Springfield At Wills Probated an adjourned session of the Washington county court on last Monday three wills were admit ted to probate before Judge Lit ey as fojlows T M Lanham will dated May nrproperty in trust for hin four children to be used lor their edu cation and maintenance The property consists of aV farm in the St Rose neighborhood H C Tsham will dated May II 1908 He bequeaths to his wife Mat tie Ishama childs share in his property both real and personal andtbe balance he directs shall be equally divided between his four children A unique document was the wijl of Elec Miller the old col- red man of Willisbufg said to have teen 104 years oldapac count of whose suicide appeared in our last issue This will w s rTRY LADIECLUB TEA IPS THE BEST 4TH OF JULY PECIALSj Saturday being July 4we will again offer you another lot Special Bargains You had better celebrate by laying In a supply OfV GROCERIES these money saving prices For Cash You Can Buy 17 Ibs granplated Sugar limtl worth to customer 1 00 2 cans extra good qdrn J 15- 3 boxes Oriole Oats regular tOe value 25 2 cakes 5c German Sweet Chocolate i 40 1 bottle Vanilla regular p5c value for r 25 1 4i lb can Blended Coffee for IN 00 1 25c can I C Baking Powder A on BIbs bulk Soda J 10 Hot Weather Specials I VVVVVV t 1 dozen fine Messina Lemons vvm 15 i Ib can Toadies Club Teanone better 04 25 2 cans Chunk fine Apple u rrr 2i 1 can Sliced Pine Apple regular 3c valuG I 25 3 dozen Heinzs Sweet Pickles 25V t tWShf Day Specials 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper rioaps i 25 6 bars Naptha Soap o 25 7 bars Lenox Soap 25 6 lbs Lump Starch 25 MCELROY SHADEE isaa SHI sal V3JL eaio SHIOVI AHI I I I I 0 ffin ffit cto trJ tr ctn 11- 1p 1I 1 fOJthe wriiten June 18th or therday br old felldw swallowed the deadly dose of laris Green whi Ii was to end his earthly ca ree The will directs that his doc tors bill and funeral expen ses be first paid To his wifeV Ma tie Miller he gives the sum OI- c ne dollar and to his daugh ter Mary Jane Miller he gives a lice amount The balance of his property he bequeaths to Sid Pol n The will states that the tent re estate consists of one marIand edit and four dollars In fin ibe Central Bank of ifilltsI ca811I FERSONAI 5fIMr C L Price spent Sunday iniUoomtield Mrr J F Greene was in Lou isviHe TuesdayV4 iss Susie Penn will entertain at iichre this afternoon Mr W L Smith of Louis villp was here list week Miss Bess Smith has returned fro n Sacred HeartAcademgo Mrs John Offuit of Bloom tie is visiting relatives here Mr G C Wharton spent sevr era daysin Bloom fiefd la tweek i Miss Isa Colyin of Fairfield is vith her sister MrsP DVv Ta pV t f r ndMrs J M Carruth ny of iardstowo ares visiting Mrs T D Tapp j I JVenard BakerJw sin Harrods I bu g last Saturday to attend a tro tiflgVraceV Hiss Regina Larihe tn of Louis vile is visiting her sister Mrs T A Hardesty lMrs John B Hill and childrW l of Lebanon visited relatives he e last week 1 J B1 Mudd and little gn ndson ef Loifisville were he relastweekfrs Jones of Shep bei dsville is visiting Mrs Jennie Ta boti his week Hiss Peake of Louisville andSMi s Nannie Trehern are guests of diss Evelyn Royalty j Cgooddec the baseball game at Bards tovn on Saturday lastdj llr Sam Jones of Parsons Kai who is visiting his mother at hs place is quite sick IissvFlorence Unsel returned to ler home in Louisville after- aa v sit with Mrs L D Baker hlissthl week with her Misj essrsI A 0 McElroy and H IIMhfrrTa Isl Miry Weisen and three dai ighters of Louisville are the gu sts of Mrs W E Leachman rJ J McCabe after spend in Sunday and Monday with his family returned to Louisville lissLydia McElroy will arrived ho ae Friday from Atoka Okla ho oa for several weeks vaca T If S froL and Mrs J A Vaught of Bardstown spent a fe II days at the S R Gray home last We ak at dessrs Sylvester Russell and W W Spalding of Lebanon fi WVemin town Monday on busiCI uefs JMri Andrew Yankey has re M WbereJGIh IN LebanrtJEstnncan iVV 1 r S Special f SALUjII 0 H I I I nextSaturday we will make thespi1t odiipns named below if IIS FOR cPsH NT Jyft will also inqlude in this dale lot of EacJjes IWeReady= Made SKirfe arid Shiii WaistsV I j For VhViday only otfer the Best Calicoes at 5c per kHoosier Cotton 5 cents Best Bleached Cottqn 1Sc- I iVve will make on other articles in o- GRDNDI skSI RrMeIN TIRE J I 31 jf1 r I Mr Robert oe took his little sORobertto Louisville yes terday to undeigo a surgicali Ioperation Miss Laura Lay ofCdrimh yillVhei f aunt Mrs Amanda Foster thb latter part f last weekVMr W P Lawrence fornierlj off this place but how a citzen f Harrodsburg was here on business last weekV Miss Leili Waters of Louis ill is visit ng at the home of her Uncle T H Waters Miss Fannie Dawson and Vliss e1Ql1wereLeachman last week f Mr Erastus Burton and bride of Yazoo City Miss are hereon a visit to Mr Burtons mother Mrs Sallie Epperson DraV John and Richard Ro Bards of Harrodsburg weie here last Friday Dr Rrchard has located at WiUisburg Master Joseph Skey and Diana Thompson of Jorbin are visiting at the home dt their uncle Mr Willard Thompson Mr and Mrs G Noe and MryvM Campbell Columbus Ohio are visiting Mr and Mrs C VanArsdale in the county Father Mackin of New Haven is visiting his relatives in Marion county and spent with Rev F Hennessy Misses Elizabeth and Annie JaSbacIcoar here1Tjiesday Mrs Finley Scruggs BI1dson f Oklahoma City areexpectedj erC the latter part of the week toe visit herx parents Mr and rsVC it McElroy f MrsV John W Lewis enter- amed twelyie guests at four and euchre last Friday afty noon Mrs HB McElroy captured the prlzea cu tiiass nappy Will Lenc man went out to the horne of 3 B Ledchman in the pleasant Grove neighbor hood yesterday to spend a few ays while he regains his strength Prof George Coivin and Mrs CplVin and Mr and Mrs Eras tus Burton of Greenville Miss spent yestf rday and to day as guests of Mrs J M Carru the riIBar stown The following compJsedj j Ftshingoupl ot days iCapIngjV oil Rolling TBork lat eekH45o- ss JRj 0 li Rod and arlAid Wtktonos MissesAnnie J Simms Mary Haydon Flaget Simms anSI Eula Wathen Messrs RIcharl1y Peters and floojllun JFrank rgtme at 1EV i 1 OOSutt for1850 2fXf 8 Ufortl1 jr-r 1tY 2000 Suitsfor16O0 1500 Sailf siis- fir jJ ffi gj51000SuztgforV50 L 7 t5 00 Pants for 40QJi U5OPit for 3J0- fo Pants fo25 C2501ia bOO I 50 B ants fo r p115 tO Pants 1oi 71 if t to s4iIij- BOYIS CLOTHINIG f IJ I Boys750 suits for500 iL 1Iys5 OO Snits or 5 f t k 7 B01s4 0SUl fQri J L Tr1r 2 ti ttt I a i4 I5 J w S we yatd 8 Special Reduction j i t 0 J I A onn Sun ay P I f i 1 VSV r EjSiaIY1h1 j I 4 I LOWPBICES 0 l On Everything in our Ladies Ret i l jjjj I J toWear Department x f t tl11This stock contains some mighty iIke Sateen PetticoatsSUk iid IIand Waists VbileandPaft X Tt Skirts Stylish JXJetS I Splendid line off JWtBJta 4r IV jlt1lfl I 5 Underwear Kimonos v ct l 1J4 Wrap ers and Dress Wt I v1 MO Sacques Jf jt can t save Money in buyingfhm ft i v iwft ttIIYou i I I I II iiS- PEOIATS n 1 j4 r I u ij lH 1ci For FrIday and Sttijidq r LadiciStimmer jV t9CEa k I 4711 Soap lSc vMen ensTaIcm15c riVV See the bagains1we are offrlng In- A Clothing and Shoes 1n d I The EobertsouO1aybiodke Gi- I i 1 fi t VINOGRPOAVTD J t iiiIf i iDr Clarence Mudd accoaapa nied toe little child ot irTt Will Siit ms to Louisville Ilist Prirlay and fiad a surgical opera j performed atSi Jjbfljphif Infirmary f for throat troqblt The child has et riJtdirif1 is doing urcelyV MrsNJ Whariott 3 dauhter Miss Ka hiIietat pTOr Hi v 1t1J4 a Mb- IIlast Thursday inSIXVprize a buuDi PJnt plat61JasWoo W Jjrs JiO McBJlrov On ridajr morniil VV ri Mr wao- etsI rJtvt- VHaC Vs it 7 4jf r- Liatha4 h it AiCti 1bM 1 mJ SI CN1 Ibtr1I wSV 11 IftOclolr iMmIIss ta14Jf DipI Lh rI ti w r THWSLD 7 P44- FonhMIJ 4 0111 It Hljfiritlrin with Jti sadden Mb oflorsr PNsidiafll Gioy- ac it tdsy jst etaAI oft shIwLio was lCpU8ryiofbbPoNoLoi u tiaJua w a under boe fell rsd ftmr years pM dk idissdden d aL11 of Mr yI ce ian year wi Ma1 Ia a W lo Pxwiec t TI4 Raerdb of Jaau ar Mr AlJord igge W it w e a yottby bwiseU it the iui t shdWztetoa1yaurivin fiX PvIL2t at dinner and further sdUt fen ibfc Ifee invitation he wktaftsjfcto taeJade the members ot MrQevdaMs outAI JbiriaiteieUKMr Al i 11 MrtMsvehi d iis K ktft i and hs body of such bftftil tfft i wbes be quits it ue r was iqtiirirHoJd11At r r a up9e lUW maof I CkveUnd was trifle re tat following the sth Mr CtoYeiand Jflany re 4- Wc J cUelb iocidtnt Louis vilJfe f TW aitHos Jake Moore iMs tfONkBi T G orfa says of Xe tiel YDlRaIE C DeWitt Qet cago11LDcSkIkave iore tkawtyarfroa- V IEipia About eighteen months 50Ih fttymtij mh worse that I ceU at d1ceet a crust of corn WM jiA coad iMt ritJl asytMig HOI y itswadi IJH t 1Ib5iin fact 1sdti niy indthat I coVild not Uvi a efcort time when a friend 4WuM TMO MBaded Koiol Iconq i tstrjittop1easekan4wast-p bitter iicpM say Tnow welghmore- ikaa T rjWiim ay life ind am in beHeriMkk tH for many r ears K1 kep a DOt econta4t lyi M4wrt4 tlri liepiiifr that humat JttTu1te 1NtM HYORr very truly J k C Meoi Atlanta Aug LI 19044 KiM tyRedGroea Pharma jtj tIi if ForNightRiding 5 f 1mf 140 t 1fmany Dr- Eamlp Champion was today latiMtd to a year in peniten r Uary f r nigbtridjng He was Scotyk4a of baring in a raid on Bir lijihajBu tbs Bounty in Aini 1a tbid wbich killed ThbL tuna negrO and tt m Ibrbfbis family I Tbejiry deliberated all night t Tin were for ten years and two wire for acquittal Ev n 1 GoMMtmwealtbs Attorney John Liovett wbp BMMJe a masterly plea QiritIM tidid not ex p ctnrtKethana burg jury The jury came frbaxJBadacab as two Marshlft county juries had failed iocpnflct Dr Champion is a leading cit iseai ol Ly ori county and proved i a goodjalibi that he was attejid 7I jug a jaitientat the hour of the raid Mri Lovett has secured store oiiivictidns of night riders r than aif other States attornpy Dkpiiicb from Bentton RevelatioN IiI a r veTatlon to pe plethe se yereeaMc of lsng trouble that have Iwed by Fancys Honey ad Tar It mot o iy Jitop tke cough but heals sad stissgt keas tue lungs L M Zgg1Aj Xe oer Iowa writes II The doctor A idl1ad consumption awilrHttO better until I took Fo ly Hofcey and Tar It stopped the IteaierThaires sad paikyIn my lungs a 4 tkfiaresow as sqflnd aa bHilef Haydwi rA Robertson 4 I 1 H t Body Fotind t jir The WKlf of Qarey Carter whol WM dnHrnad m KeBtucky river It p laicr at Look No 5 a rttrOQe a full account of If frhisb WaS published in The DHiocnit at the tlmW8t found Way a bort distance be bT lJetr tt Jlock by a boy named WillJMiir whilet fishing The i body WM jcembved from the wa- tr wwlfcHU to be badly decum 5Ss pOMdOriie Jeeh being all eaten ifro Urns fae llr Artsc iii company with rirmt rmr t HOIEYiffAR F1 Ti1IN1S f tAXJicmjb rmudyJ 45U5S5j cold woat sad J= 0II 1MJ ettw SIT v a TAItIi f 5VWpIdIIsd Sf55Mj5 OItIeLS I IkktsSI I51ytlnr YieiblesiPt that babys tiny bone I ar jiot forming rapidly enough I 1r SMIY hnV Scoffs Emulsion nouri he babys eotire system Stknulatet and make bone Exactly wliat baby needs DRUOClSTSr Mk AMD teSIALL OMOOMOOOOaOa two companions started to row roTyIono to Lock No 5fabout mornibgofMarch8rd len from the hard rams at tbat s a onand the boat was caught In th swift current and carried over the lock Just before the boatwent over the dam Carter jumped into the river and noth lug more was seen of him until his body was found Wednesday His companions clung to the boat and reached the shorn saer ly Carters body had been in the water about four months HarrodsburKDemoclat Heat prostrates the nerves In the summer one needs a tonic to offset the customaryhot weatherlierve and Strength depresion You will feel better within 48hours after b eginning to take such a remedy as Dr Shoops Restorative Its prompt action in restoring the weakened nerves is surprising Of course you wont get entirely strong ina few days but each day you can actually feel the improvement That tired lifeless j spiritless feeling will quickly depart when using the Restorative Dr Shoops Restorative will sharpen a falling appetitei it aids digestions it will strengthen the weakened Kid neys and Heart by simply rebuilding rganshC10SfltlKentucky Fair Dates The follpVing are the dates KentuckyfStanford Jply 223 days Georgetown July 28 5 days Winchester August44 days Dauville1 August 53 days Lexington August 10 L5 days daysBurkesville Broadhead August 124 days j Springfield August 12 4 days Shepherdsville August 18 4 days Lawrenceburg Angnafr 18 days Carroll Gallatin Owen Tri County Fair Sanders August 19r4 days Vanceburg AugustlO4 days EwingfAugupt 203 days Shelbyville August 254days Loudon August 253 days Elizabethtownu August 25 3 days Burlington August 264 days Germantown Aug 264dBY Morgantown Aug 278 days Somerset Sept 1 4 days Sardiijsburgi Sept 13 days Bardsfown Sept24 days Fern Creek Sept 24 days Monticell Sept 84 days Hodgenville Sept 8 3days Glasgow Sept 94 days Pain will depart in exactly 20 minutes if o eof Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Painanywhere Remember Pain always means con gestlon blood pressure nothing else Headache is blood pressure toothache is blood pressure on the sensitive nerve Dr Shops Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tablets quickly and safely doax this blood pressure away from pain centers Painfu1 periods with woman get Instant relief 20 Tablets 2oc Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Did You Know That TY pe setting is one ofthe sun t plestparts of the printing business We know tbat part thor oughlyandtaddition we know how to choose and combine type of the right style inks of the best arid most appropriate coors and stock best suited to the work in hand a i Let us apply our knowledgetcS your printinga ter will have charge of the work you leave with us We yj1ll take your ideas if you havia any about the stock and the iinksand all the details and incorporat them with his skillinthe craft and the result will please you and be a credit to u Some printers still use old style material and machinery wiTh good effect What we use is Sue best for each jjob we handle We iiow how to produce good work and insure you the best rej sults of our best efforts Relieve indigestion jn fW- eminutestljats the rcodolMio na stom ach tabiets 50 ceu tsJ box at the Red Cross Drug Store c f gd IipI Ciut18 1lM ANY ONE CAN HYPNOTIZE i4t It Clnnot8eAccompJjshedWltIa Of course whoever wants to hypno tlzeIu tact no one but a physician ought to do Itmust leam the technique and apply It patiently and skillfully And certakily there are Individ nnl differences Not every one can be Geei Jy hypnotized With not a few the inlilbltion goes no further than the Inability to open the eyes while only one out of four enters Into strong hypnotic hallucinations Further nQt every dne is well prepared to awaken that confidence which Is essential and that feeling ot repose which guides one over to the dreamy state The look the voice the gestures the phrases the behavior of certain persons make them poor hypnotlzerSr however well they may understand the tricks But In prldclple everybody can hypnotize and can be hypnotized justas In principle everybody can love and can be loved nun no special mysterious power needed to fail Inloe or to awaken 1pve Yet while thus every one can exert hypnotic Influence no one can do It by a mere glance All the stories of a secret influence by whlch one mans will gets hold of another mans mind mermerlctheorlesj hypnotist e mind of the subject The old mystical view of unscientific superstition reach ed Its climax In the prcviijcat belle that a man could exert secret Influence from a distance without the vlctims knowledge of the source of the uncan ny distortion of his mind According to this belief every heinous crlrar might be committed under that cover The distant hypnotizer could inflict pain and suffering on his enemy and could misuse the Innocent us instru schlmesProiescki1ugol t to CleanC rfSet USe two ounces each of salsoda and borax and one cake of white soap dis solved Ina large bucketful of boiling soft water Let stand until cool then add two ounces of sulphuric ether Scrub the dusted carpet on the floor with the warm fluid and wipe dry with a clean cloth This will destroy moths and clean and brighten the carpet Finger Nail Lotiontf The finest of manicure acids is made by putting a teaspoonful of lemon juice in a cupful of warm water This removes most stains trom the fingers and ualls land loosens the cuticle more sat isfactorily than can be done by the use of a sharp instrument MaJes Windows Shine Into onehalf pint bottle put two ta blespoons f whiting and fill the bottle with ammonia Shake well Take a soft cotton cloth and rub on windows Let stand five minutes then polish with a flannel cloth tad the wfnd6w will shine To Polish Mirrors To make a mirror brilliant rub with a ball of soft paper slightly dampened with wood alcohol Spi inkle with a little whiting and polish With tissue papery w rai8iig at His Own Funeral At a funeral recently held in Pe occurIIl startling and sea sational In character After the liw sad rites had been conducted by n gentleman of the cloth over the re n aims of the deceased a phonogrniib was brought forth and placed on tt casket and the ussomblpd mourner and their jfriends licard the voice of th dead man singing one of his favorite hjmnp llils paradox of a man sing Ing at his owa funeral Is believed to hi the first on record and the Innovation pens up a new possibility und if the flustoin grows deed men may soon M eachinj their own ftuiova nrmen A WJa Lawyer Fprtner Senator John M Tburstoft af was representing die NebfaskaJWho trial In one of the the other day to reply to the argument of counsel for lib government on a point pf law Jfl Deliberate and Impressive manner the ittorney began a forceful presentation to the court Before he had falrljr launched his counter attack however be was Interrupted by the presiding Justice who said that he was about to decide tie question in favor of Senator Tburston In that case remarked Mr Thurston resuming his seat at wee I wUl make no speech to the court for tear of changing your Jbea H89Plnlon tWomen the Greaser Dreamers At Vienna doctor has published tho 1o1tiwing turd Thirteen luenoiit of a hundred US against thirtythree vomcn dream dur ing tholr sleep The number of tniii wJio dreatn freiiueiitly isper cent that of women is 451JCr cent Au a general rule It nay be said that tin weaker sex hits twice as ninch tendency to drfamliiK as tire opposite sex The cerebral i bononciion iimler ccn sideratlou is absolutely unknown to per cent and Hpllocynf dream only very rarely IIt seems idle to add that be saiiiK doctor noted what Is perfectly well known that almost all ourtlreams art suggested more or less directly by tin Incidents of the mntorial life of everr dnv Bostoir AdvrI1rn Not Quite Clear A welt known clergyman of Boston eis once talking to some friends with tference to the desirability of chron JlogienJ pherence In Ideas In the form of WTlttenjpitntements when he ob served 4uabthcrQ Are times when this t suggesLiveFor Instance said the spc krilnee heard n mInister InJ ew Hamp j shIre make his uZi suiillny morning sflnouncements1 A ol owct The tuneaflj J teantllnuchj tawentcllsextontfk lJnce SVed ftesday mf oruoon i t3pljlock Thanksgiving services will be held In this chapel on Thursday morning at U cockLIppincott1 OPPORTUNITIES IN THE EAT In a conversation which the writer kad recently with A former resident If the state of New York but who is at Ulilt1Stateswith real estate property selling at present prices In the eastern states opportunltjtherewilling to take up the fruit and dairy business or farming on a small scale than in any other part of the country In reply to the question if It were not possible to make goo4 money on the farms referred to he cited the case of the old home far of thirtyseven acres In New York state eighteen acres of which were some twentyfive yeara ago set to orchard During the Vast ten years this tract of ground hap given a return equal to 10 per cerit on a valuation of 1000 per acre So much confidence has this gentleman in the possibilities tof be found in eastern states thai he btit a few weeks ago turned down a flattering offer ota professorship in a leading agricultural college of the country togo back home and buy more land adjoining the home farm for tbe purpose of putting out more apple trees Of course it goes without saying that many portions of the section pf the country referred to are not suited to orchard growing but oppprtunityfora substitute and while the returns would hardy be as large as In the case referred to It is fair to assume that there would be a safe margin of profit A PROMISING NEW APPLE C G Patten of Charles City In who is today recognized as one ol the lead b g horticulturists of the country and who won the Wilder medal at the Jamestown exposition for displaying jthe largest number of valuable varle ties of apples originated by an exhib- Itor has on his grounds a few trees ofr a new winter variety the Silas Wilson an apple of excellent quality of which he has great hopes as a hardy variety one that will be hardy in trunk and limb and particularly suited to climatic conditions found Iu the northern cen tral states The apple In question 188 seedling of the Ben Davis being produced from apples grown In an orchard In which rows of the Jonathan utter nated with the Ben Davis In appearance the new apple is more like Itmale than Its female parent Is a trifle smaller than the Davis and has a quail ry which is but slightly Inferior to the Jonathan which Is recognized as the standard of excellence among apple growers Mr Patten Is propagating the SPas Wilson as rapidly as possible and hopeto be able to put the young trees on the market In the not distant future With a fine quality and the much desired red color ability tb stand the severe winters of the northern states is the only requisite needed to make the new apple a bon to all north cm apple growers DEEP PLANTING OF CORN Where the torn land Is loose and mellow and the planter wheels sink to a considerable depth It is a very easy matter to got tbe seed corn In deeper tthan Is really Intended When the weather Is dry and this looseness of toll continues until the seed has germi nated apd has come out of the ground Its being put In deep does not matter much but If hfioyy rains come on the planter tracks fill up and the earth packs down before the corn comes through the ground apretty serious condition exists and one that Is quite likely to materially reduce the stand Because of the possibility that such conditions may ensue It Is well to see to it that the corn is planted so that it will not lteUlOre than three inches deep after the field has been given a thorough dragging and the planter tracks have been leveled up A REASON FOR FANCY PRICES It Is well forthe eastern fruit grower to keep in mind that while the Mood river valtey apples fetch about twi or three times the price of the best New York fruit the grower gives the orchard in which these apples are grown a care and attention that is nearly commensurate with the price Ills orchard Is often less than t acres and seldom more than twenty and this tract of land he gives almost continuous cultivation and spraying At pcklng time the fruit is all hand- pIcked in the exrfct meaning 6f the term and each Individual apple IIs wrapped as carefully as ate the lemons and oranges of California The exer cls of every possible precaution cou pled with the marketing of only the most perfect fruit Insures a top notch price which gives a generous reward for the seasons work HOW FAR APART In setting out the trees t bout the honTe where their mlsslod iInthat of ornament and shade rather than for windbreak purposes It Is a rulte nat ural mistake to put them too near gether as It Is difficult to imi glue bow wide they will spread with tt e growth of a dozen years The elms s ould not be set closer than thirty feet as Is true also of the hard and soft maple while the ash box elder hack jerry and similar small and slow growing varie ties may be planted at a dl stance of twentyfive feett from each other Of eourse the trees of any of th se vane tieumay be set twice as thlcfc as it It Intended they should finally stand In whlchcasethe thinning should be done bcfpre the trees have become dwarfed or malformed as a result ofj growing too close together Ii PcniyMost learning parlor tricks to work on their friends Here fIs one that any boy can perform This one Is called the dMolvlut penny Go to some glazier and bav him cut out a circular piece of glass exactly the size of a penny Hide this glass penny up your sleeve Fllln tumbler with water and ask for n handkerchief and a penny Take the handkerchief shake it In the air This action helps you bring the glass out of your sleeve Into your eovIerhidden then pretend to shove the real penny up under tbehluidkercbief In steed you drop It down your sleeve and push the glass one up Let some one hold the handkerchief with this in It while you push the tumbler of water under the loose ends of the handker chief Tell the person to llet go the penny and the glass falls into the turn bIer Make a few passes over the tumbler and then remove the handkerchief te let the spectators see the pen has been dissolved Then on yoae way back to the table let the peaay te yw r sleeve slip into your Mad am j ct 4 to take it from the tumbler i V4P orIPflssdiui I L Shadow344 II xnenatiwttettfaroa draKiiigpak 1tookWoccarduj LETTER 2S6j jflldMn JTnYM JlWJ il 0pffA41ffi-LOF 1z CoNirziwzni BRINC1IS INCLUDING EOIDNYA TAUSYZ REAUIITUL il5sN llfOOXKEEP1NG BY MAIL GRADUATES SECURE POSITIOHS IMDcJOUR PI l 1 JOWfADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNWERSfly Baww dRul R f =1Danqeroua Water Water the tamest of liquids is loved 47 many Some love to bathe and ii1i4 in its refreshing depths others IbosomI nlsl1 + employment to thousands Yet It is pricjre dangerous under certain con ditions than dynamite More earth and fore rock are broken and crushed In Pce day by water than all tbe gUn- cotton gunpowder and dynamite do In a yetr These explosives are under hu man control but water can be har nessed by man and still be beyond manfe controlSIt runs into the ground freezes ex pands and splits the soil into little plcce Finding a crack I a hug rock It repeats the same process tore log asunder If frozen Jn the pores of a tree It often explodes with a report Ike a gunshot and the force of a dyna site bomb Trick With an Eggshell He a Is a good trick to be done whfi aa e npty eggshell Rip put the hot torn pt the pocket in your coat Drop the eggshell Into the pocket so that It goes on through Into the lining lAc cider tally lean against the table while talk ig and smash the eggshell The audi Dee willl hear It and think you have broken the egg in your pocket The turn the pocket wrong side out and h9w them that there is nothing then atall Yo can have still more fun with this trick by dropping four or five empty eggshells In the pocket Take wlJhItis to turn the pocket wrong side outand sho the spectators that it Is perfectly emp y and free from crushed eggs The Hague Thj capital of Holland as all chile dren know Is cane The Hague but do tl ey know how it came to be calledl by t at name The Dutch form is S Gra enhaag which means the counts ked or grove It appears to owe its origi i to the fact that it was formerly the unting seat of the counts of Hol land and was situated In a wood The Hag le Is the residence of the court and of tl e states general and Is often used o lien of the country Itself Sone Qne has said that the forest of tie country are one of natures say statepentIttlghted forest policy which is being 1tereststIn the mammoth wbeatfields of the Pacific coast states harvesting opera tions are done a scale to correspond jL machine called the header and hauled by from twenty to sixty head of horses or an Immense gasoline traction engine aad cutting a wath fourteen feet in width heaCn thrashes cleans and sacks the grain In one process t Very few enemies of the rose bed will be able to do it harm If It given a thorough spraying every morn- Ing with the garden hose with the water under good pressure Sprayed as often as this the lice slugs and other posts are not gjvn time enough to prosecute their work being oinccre monlously knocked off by the force of the water Inasmuch as dirt Is the cotnmoa tbflesstime the freer from genus of various tlnds will the milk be The most care Tul dairymen not only see that the tack uujd sides are brushed curcfull lefore milking buttbnt the udder and eats of the cow us well as the hands f the operator arc carefully washed flese precautions slmpjy mean clea ilk und make possible a first claw tt 1 r r Ihisails RaTe Kiiiej Tnikle aid HeYer Sispect it Prevalcscr of Kidney Most people do not re DlaeuGIfag increase and of kid cy orders are the most common diseases that prevail they are almost the last- recognized by tent themteltet efectwhilethcoriginaldiep What To Do There Is comfort in the knowledge sa often expressed that Dr Lumens SwampRoot the Jreat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain ii the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it of bad rjbeerrjj times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of Sw PRoet is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need 3 medicine you should have the best Sold by druggists in fiftycent and one ollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all- aboutitbothsentfree by math Address Dr Kilttter CoBiug disease- Vhilckfdneydis physicians 11wrltingnname Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ai1dressJI3izighamton N v 1 itn f =j W 4sMakedlorderyour womanly The rllht rem forou vbss xTm tiiihiin t ibicbchs bervc apel ltfrgusr furncoui tc I T j 4r Wine Of CardMi fS i1 1 kri R H Lason cSpoft AJt irrtto I Ktfeted fc imate froth sa tfyetWlrti idoctors they dldno good so I Thay lake iriirsaand fPbetter than In 20 yearaSokl by aHreltaW faiita is 100bctie Try It l ji WRITE US A Thffi Wpit l i Vie SPORTING WORLD McQuHlen a Crack Pitcher hI Pitcher McQullJcn Manager MUP rM7 of the Philadelphia National league hub has one of the greatest pitching finds of the season In the last few guinea he has demonstrated that be li capable of holding lila own with mans of the big league slab artists Last fall the Phillies secured him from the Jersey City team of the Eaalers PJTOHEB MQDILLKN oP THE PHILADK- IIHIA NATIONALS league with rhlch he made a veal record Manager Murray thinks that with a little more experience In faa company McQuIllen will be one of tin best twlrlers Jn the National league He has a fine assortment of curves knows bow to mix them up and ka good control of the balk A Queer iaseball Rulimfl Umpire Silk QLougblln niade a ru lag In a recent game between the CIA cagb White So and Detroit which practically puts the squeeze play ow ef existence When Dougherty started to steal home in the thIrd Inning Slcver was Btandon the rubber ready tc deliver the ball to the plate and ai soon as Pat started Payne ran up in front of Davis arid caught the buii preventing George taking a swing al It Fielder Jones declared be had been interfere witK but OLonghluis rm tag WM that as long as Sierer bad not started towthd up his deliverj ke bail a Tight to brow the ball tr the ftete to stop a Vunner the same as lie had to throw to first or any other base Ruling 31 of the playing ruK describes a fair ball as any ball nYered o the plate while the pltche Ii standing on the rubber arid the bah II over the plate Any fair ball must be called a strike An unfairly de livered ball te a ball that is delivered to the plh1cb 4oesnot come over the plate and the umpire must call U a ball According to the ruling mud by OLcoghlln the squeeze play practically kllltxl because the runuot might start before the pitcher wind ap Although he is on the rubber rendj a deliver the ball English Tennis Playeru Coming Xkerc seems to be every jtrubabiilts ifiat an Enfcllsh ittwu teuulu team yil pUy in America during the summer ThU team will not onjy take part in the regular American cbutupjonsbip tournament but will play against tht American t aui beJJrstUme in the coutcst for the Davis cup won last year by a The winners of tcawtornIOltrnlt1 Ana tralia In e the cup Tbe American association does not think it worth whlle for both the English and American teams to make the long journey to Australia and therefore proposed that the English send a team to America toplaythe American team the winners only going to Austialii Tic Uohorty brothers former holcV rs f tLrU an not cx pe too to c mpofe t isi year the most Ukely English players being A W Gore Frank Rlsley and S JI Smith Miller a Classy High Jumper Indiana university which produced Leroy Stinu ethl worlds chauipfoa pole vaulter of two years ugols chor tllng that It has another athlete In line for high athletic honors this time In the high jump John Miller Is the student who is credited with good per formances and his recent jump of tf feet 2 Inches broke his previous state record add gave his college mates vi sions of representation on thQ OlymPIc team this summer oQWart All nations are endeavoring to check bllwhltevictims each year Foleys Honej and Tar cures coughs and colds per fectly and you are in no danger of consumption Do not risk your health by taking see unknown preparation when Foleys Honey and Tar is safe and certain in tesuItSyHajd nn Robertson Write tUsy ftr afntcwy of ft Mt Ae HwtaM Book fcc W 1f Jf r iavked yours ana rY1riIf lie RtaaAtvlsMy 1M co tl t j i THE CAMPAIGN m- f JJIWho Wilt Be President Ft 1ll j r i Jt 1 To form yjur opinions and keep in touch with tW l progress of th campaign you will need first class news 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