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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i JRt ni r I J N 1 t 1 IrI MEY1Xd- xv plo 27 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 9 1908 100f ptf +U r iJLfTRUSTYf DENTISTI Olk ver BtwaliorHr atN pdc l1IWOtkJIifltd 1 SPINGFIKLD Iq CJ Y PD1GtIEt4lZ eOttatj sat sf wJ catYtu k1a isM ot ueltttOit f9 it fro IXwiyUl c Mi JEMucditowK branck oi LQIilksd Naikyille adil Irittd acrkult1 l di8trkt1 1 tsiegrpk an4 tetpHt L BkIItam OKW M e4ee Ao r il1slwbsr yaMs PoatiOd 1OO pepaiMi of- t1 15 pepcssetatzyei eeCrPl lotIo I B JtfcaiMi Brdtow Ky Upr MttiT in Kentucky Leffif tJWO f W aHcChprd Jl fe c tativei SUte Senate Hp J li mpDattavtle Kr =r Rty Ulrscty 1 COURTtyrcvitCtturt foiirtk M 11Jokt1y iadOct Mr L itiari JJt11gta fti 1I4ka Common w ltk At eca y rJ QtAN9 Clerk IfG teU1Miatir CO MM I QUARTER COURT Quarterly Court la held om tile third oHday la each month Kllo lAte Judje- COUNTY COURT County Cuiirt meet pa the fpartk tforttay bt tick EMUtBItfit eyJttde W J Broker ConatY Clerk TS Mares Qwfaty Attorney GsgeCat1eit Jailer SJda y oSboura Skerit1 8aA rICiHI Berbctd1 Dick eanj Et Mast is IIIII James F Moore Oa t Ssrveyor Jft F OBryaa Assessor W T SitckeliJep ty jRobert Woe rJeaaarer J 3t M6tro ery Ooroier f j W Bush spt ef ComoIf Hoko iir P O SpriBKfiiW CITY OUT Ja R Nee Police Judge JokI Grace Marshal Y a wiF GrJgb1 City Attorney USTIC COURT Jntlce Courts are held iaJakaary Jaly April and Oetobor GJiurqh Directory METHODIST CHURCH RevGW4OIJ Pastor Set ylceathePLrfld Third Sundays rIseaclionthit11zrnad73O p JIl Suaday Schowi ev ry Siiaday atl LE- ii Grayer ueIng everY Wednesday sight 1 CATHOLICCHURCH V XevP F Heaaewty Pastor Sex yice Yery S aday at 8 and 10 oclock am Serylces at St Rose1 same boars j 1pSBTTERIA1OHURCHRev SrOh1ig very SaHday at 11 am tri at 7 p JSmaday ckQpl every 9w iay lot 10 aa Prayer aoeetlu r rTklrHa sysning at oclock I BAPTIST CHURCH ReYWm Harrisoa Wilfiams Pastor Freichiaf eT ry SHay at 11LJp 4ad 74tpfR SaadaySckool eyerr Sidayit93O am Prayer me tia rery TafiiaY eyeaiae at 745 pck ck CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WP Refers Pastor Ser vices urge and fourth Sunday Sunday chooLf3Oai V L Frmttrnal Orders XiC OHJtsrllel4t bag1 a SOetsirstasstthirdMeada ftack meik I v Wiakmjte R A CtHtpWr No 57 otHt yery ssesiid TseMay1 SpriairleUC Cwiacil JJo 52 meets or ic T ortkM4ay usRTtQf TaX IACAXeet f i iaaachc IodolFor IJIigestiOA hr urne Cpir f1 s bssdsst k Me rs S = StiithSwii- L o q u W TORE 7 i = I II 1 HUrti JIi 14 DomtyPu knowyoure hurtiri bizness said the red fox to thw hoiind When fastead of steepin peaceful you coaie snOopin sniffin round Whats the good of all your barkin Whats the use of all this fuss What were chIckens eyer made lor if they cereiitHiade forus Cam tyou seeyoure hurtinblzness sAl the South Sea savage chief To the fearleSs misslonarf who Was sitting on the reef VI have seven white men captured that want to sellas meat What were white folks ever made for if they werent mae to tU Dont you know youre hurtin biz ness said the rbbrlffthejaIl While the stubborn sheriff listened to his almost tearful tale T1 While you foolishly confine me where no getaways are made Uant you see youre hdrtln biz ness said thedevil to the man Who waspteadi1y progressing on the liveandlet plan You are keepin men from fallin who if sorely pressed might fall Why ifall men done as you do would have no lob at all1 t Chicago RecordHerald IQFdd TIlE NEWS LEADI3R OBSERVATIONS 1liIF jimmiesdont OOD RQADSA movement Wastaite4 Eminence on tOIretOI Meq from all over Kentucky gtb rrd at that place and the first good roads congress was c1earlYidernonstratediy shown that the cause of good roads for Kentucky has caught on and will receive the attention whichit deserves ftorn the citi zens of the State Gov Willsoa andother representative citizens were present anti took a hand in tile movement A temporary organization was formed and within a few days Oow Willson will issue a call to every county in the state to send delegates to a meeting to be heIfatLouisville on September 04th for the pui pose of forming a stateorganizationWash ngton county should join heartily in prepared1tocomes to help the thing along forCertainly the people of this county are fully alive to the great value Qf good roads to the community That state and federal aid is necessary for tbe maintenance of good roads in the counties has become a recog nized fact With that end in view the question ofa constitu tional amendment wifl be sub mitted to the voters of the s ate at the election this fall There are three amendments to tho Constitution which ifpassed by the vote of the people should result hi good roads The first of these amendments allows a county to become indebted for 5 lper cent of the assessed valuation of its furnishing property f thereby a meaps of obtaining twq and a bItttimes the present amount of money that canbe spent The second of ihe amend ments raises the limit of he State and county taxation from 50 cents on the 100 to 70 cents the tbirdj amendment gives State aid to roadbuilders AIL three- of these things are impossible inder the present Constitution The Constitution must be altered in this respect Of these propo sitions the lastmeDtionedsbould- at least meet with the approva or every citizen That the state- should lend aid to the cdunties- in the building of roads will be a popular movement What male- si more Important ihat this amendment should carry is the- fact that there is ja likelihood piI the U S Government passing measures making apprOpriltlons- rot aidingi in building country raidsj but Before any state tny1- ovail itself of such aid it will be cifturj Sot the state govern neat to be in a positionalso to caotribut to the vari ius coun kHia the oftd building opera Mi ps The people certanly- lze tb value of good roads t Jbt SU e and to a county and 1 lfep ia stand ready tohllp flgIAl good roadr VpYementsj r J to1IIor the Society for th Prevention of Cruelty to Animals here in Springfield and Wash ingtoh county The average man is strangely careless of the comfort or even safety of a dumb brute and evenT though he may be ifs owner will often abuse itI until its life pays the jits owners ignorance fOrfeitforl ence The cruel treatment of horses is egpecially noticeable this hot weather and reports of the deaths ot horses which have been overworked are not mire qLuent In nine cases out of ten where the cause of these deaths is investigated it will be fountl that it was due to the earless ness or cruelty of the wner or driver who had urged the poor brpie beyond its strength It iis not an infrecfuenfr sight io see rb6rseslame or with great sores on them bein worked valonpr on roads or on f4rms In some com muriities where a Humane So qiety has a representative the owners of such animals would- b arrested and prosecuted There are laws against such treatment of dumb animals but the average citizen or even a civil ofiBcerhesitates to prosecute his neighbor unless it becomes his especial duty to dqso The Remedy ThatDoes IrKind New Discovery isihe remedy that does the healing others promise but Jalto perform j says NTS E B Ilierson of Auburn Centre j Pa u It is curing me of throat and lung troubeot long standing that other treatments relieved only tern pprarily NewDiscovery is doing me o much good that I feel confident itsI continued use for a resonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This renowned sough and coti remedy and throat and lung heal eJ is sold at Haydon Robertsons drug tore SOc and J6o Trial bottlefree ANewMoves- eems =It the Democrats are making a new move in regard to jthe colored voter They are giving them a special inyitatfon to come over apd vote with them This certainly carries put the saying that a drowning man catches at a straw The Democrats it seems have at last found out that cussing the colored voter does no good and now they will try the begging actbut it will avail them noth ing This will dp you no good Mr Democrat for the colored man has not forgotten tbe hard things you have said abqut him in the past and will voteasbe has been taugtftTthe Republican ticket Columbia Spectator There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and dhtil the last few Yearswas supposed io be incurable For a groat many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local rrmedleiand by con stantly failing tcf cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proyen catarrh to bea constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrn Cure manufactured by FT Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market t is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a ttaspoonful It acts directly on the blocd and mu cous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any ease it fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address PJCHENEY CO Toledo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for Consti patton Will Leave IebanonI George G Hail district mana gerofthe Cumberland Tele phoneCuIuanywhlchownsthe jplantin this ciiy washereiWed nesday and announced to members of the city council that bs company would not be a bidder Iforthe telephone franchise W hicR Tsto be offered for sae Mo day Mr Hallstated that the company he represents did not wish the city authorities to think that it was acting alrbitrai ly ta the matter He said that they had a uniform schedule of resi and that the franchise which is to be sold here did not allow these ratS and for that reason they did not wish it We newer dispose fa plant to an other company whenwe leave a fandwearef ttearing down our plant here next week if the city cbuncilso directs A few weeks ago the compiny was ordered to leave Harrodsburg unless iifc would p1antwithJoutj int was taken down and theftp and poles removed from reedIthatiif the company would rebuild and this was done Mr Hall stated that taking down and re building the plant cost the com Ipany 9000 and themanagement announced that inth9 future when plants were dismantled they would not again be rebuilt Mr Prank M Edwards who has been the manager of the local plant for seyeral years past has resigned his position apd the place has been filled by JKLr Olyde E Norton of Louisville fMTn Edwards friends will be glad to learn that it is his intention to remain in Lebanon En terprise Starvpd fp Death is wh3t could be truthfully said of uany children who die They have worms popr little thIngB t heT dont know it and you dont realize iL If your child iia cross fretful pasty complexioned and loses weight lor no apparent reason give Whites Cream Vermifuge you i11be surprised at the results and how quickly It pick qp Sold by Red Cross prU Store Kidnapped by RjdeJsI Hpkinsville KjSome of the soldiers who had been stationed in Trig county came here last night and left it is believed for Cobb Caldwell vounty where it is likely a permanent camp will be established The latest deprEda ions n Wes tern Kentucky are reported to have taken place in toe territory between Cerulean Springs and Cobb There is a persistent rumor that a yoAins1 farmer neaV the Caldwellcounty line n pstaken out of his house on the night of May 17 by night riders and has not been heard from since One theory is that hewas murdered as he had ijeen previously threat ened A barn in the same neigh borhood was destroyed by fire while the owner was away L is reported that the people of Cobb are much opposed to hay ing stationed there and that they will refus6 to sell tHe camp supplies A Contented Woman is always found in the same house with BallardS Snow Liniment It keeps every member of the family free from aches and pains iit beals cuts burns and scalds and cures rheu matism neuralgia lumbago and al muscular soreness and stiffaess 2Sc 50c and 100 rbottle told by Red Cross Drug StoreI The Defeat of Carmack Senator Carmack of Tennessee is undOubtedly one of the greatest speakers not the very greatest in the South In the Senate of the United States he had no superior on the Demo cratic side yet he had been defeated for the nomination fcr Governor bya man of ordinary ability after a joint discussion coyeririg over half the counties If the contest had been VEl tirely upon the merits of the two men Carmack would hive been over whelmlngly nominated but Sen ator Carmack was running as the advocate of Slate wide prohib tion as against local option as advjpcated bybis opponent THlstells tlOstory of his defeat Tfiepeopla of the Stftith believe in local option they believe in the right of every community to de cide whether there shall be censed saloons but they do not believe in prohibition The defeat of Oarmack emphasizes this fact and while it is inpoFense a re buke to lemperence legislation it is a blow tomakirig it a ppHtical issue EtownrNews JIr anU Be Beat J The best df a teachersJfl experi ence e M Harden Pf Silver Oity North Carolina lays i find Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kiclney troubles itcanjtJbe beat llhave tri d it and fifld i1a most excellent medicine Mr Harden is rlghti its the bestS ofapmedicinesalsQ for weakqess llame back and alt run dowff conditions Besttop for hiIl and malaria Sold under guarantee at HaydQn Roijeitsons dreg store SOc f osMitCsOrFet OINhaCIdS a LEBANDN LOCALS From The1LeadZ A special term of Gircmit Court wilLconvene here Monday todis POSB of the folloving cases T LJ payne vs L Nj Ben Key nolds vs Royer WhelI Co Mrs Louise Mattfogly vs Mrs Joe H Johnson etc Clarence Shipp Vs CaV onJ ShippKat9 Gard ner vs Richard Gardner Laura Russell ys Lela Raley etc and other cases tthat are agreed on The Burks Spring Distilling Co near Loretto has commenced their operations in blackbeny wine They expect to manufacture this season 250 to BOO barrels of wine This enterprising comoany pays to the pickers Jof berries from l200to 1500 a season thus furnishing food and raiment for a large nunjber of poor people besides supplying the market with a most pure and wholesome wine It is easy tc understand whatan advantage such an establish ment s to any community but it is almost impossible toesti plate its blessings tq the poor people whose labor it remunerates Black berries are very plentiful this season and the market price is 25 cents per water bucket Mr Fred Mann and his wife who livefn the nelghb rood of Bradfordsville while driviris through Lebanon last Sunday evening had their horse to fan at the sjuth intersection of Main and Market streets breaking shaffc arid either causing Mrs Mann to jump out or fall out the jartf which for an instant knocked her almost breaths which caused her tp become qjpite hysterical l for a while creating somewhat of a scene The young woman was soon reassured how agaiaThemarried and the young woman is the daughter of our townsman W BM user 67 tIre revenue service land Mr Mann is a son of Mr Jessie Mann of the Bradfordsville precinct Health Coffee iis really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was recently produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis Nota grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Shoops Health Coffee is made rrom purcjtoasted grains with malt nuts etc Really it would fooll an expertwho might drinkrit for Coffee No 20 or min utes tedious boiling Made in a minute isaJs the doctor Sold by McElroy Shader In a Dream Sulliyan Ind Willis Pratt n ffarmer Jiving near Parmersburg is today 25000 richer than he was yesterday owing to an in vention which jbe pictured in a r dream Some time ago Pratt dreamed three nights in succession about the coDslruction of an improved churn and he set to work and modeled one after the one pictur ed in his drfeam As soon as the model was cum pjeted he obtained a patent Last week a churn company of Chicago asked Pratt to place a price on his invention which he did puting tbe figure so high that he haa little hope of the company accepting the price Contrary to his expectations he received a reply that the com pany would accept the offer and that it would send a representative mined lately to close the deal W R Ward of Dyersburg Tenn writes This is tocertIfythzft1 have used Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic uonstipatiou and it has proven without a doubt to be a thorough practical remedy for this Iroabljfc an it is with pleasure offer my conscientious referen eJSoJd lby tbV ted Cross Drug Store Fakft Fight With Night Riders Augusta KyCounty Tu4g6 Bradford an County Attorney Kinney have adjourned the inqulrythatwasIcalled to probe Into the alleged atte ipting kidnapping of Lewis Kinney and the battle thatfoll l iiders1ndsoldierB JJideyl soldiers who w ere stationed at Le aJcbIQenJ cloth with the blood spread it a i over the bushes then fired their guns a number of times and showed Kidney the evidence i blithe battle with the rders The Coyington soldiers admitted the deception practiced on Kin ney saying they wanted to scare him A Golden Wcdiiinp means that man apd wife have lived to a good old age and consequently j have kept healthy The best way to keep healthyls to see hat your liver does its duty 365 days out of 36 Tbe pnlyjvay to do thisjs eepBaliards Herbine in the house and takest when ver your liver gets lnactlve 50 cents DrngJStore Bardstown Base Ball Brdstownjs base ball wild if tope is to judge from the entbu siasm shown by the lansP George Colin of this place vhp has been helping the BardsiownJ club has proven a popular favor ite The following is from the Standard last week The rooters were c t the game the next slay in full force m tab t disheartened by the defeat of the day before George Colvin was also there and the visitors wereaware of heI fact as George look particujajr pains to keep hemmindlul of his pres ence throughout tfie game George pitched the game of his life and when the smoke cleared away in the ninth te score stod f6J to I in favor of Bardstown TJhe home boys had very Httre trouble llosing Toreys shoots abd curves Mitchel and S Fijk lton taking an especial liking to them Bard t wn outclassed lthe visitors in every department- of the game I The bird game proved acinch foi the home boys Ballard Jewell vas put in to pitch this game with Sawyer forjiis oPpo- nent The Visitors made twd runs on errors in the first iinning Jewell was taken out and the iron man Colvin was substituted and Bowling Green gave up t3soon as he stepped in the box Bardstown commenced doing things tio Sawyer in the third inning and he was jerked out and Goosetree was substituted but was wild and Chapman was put in fe proved as easy as Sawyer but pitched the game out Mitchell and 8 Fulton showed up well In the batting list that afternoon and it was due mostly to theirhjts that Bards town made as many scores as they dill Everybody went home happy George Col vin got the glad hand from all sides He can play in our league any time Bardstown continued its winning streak yesterday by taking the first oldie two games from the Indians by the score of 6 to 3 It is a victory tbatj anyt ttm cm bfiproudjpf as very few teams have been successful with tne Indians t so far this year This males the third game they h velostout of thlrt3 live played in Kentucky George Colvin was on the slab tot Bardstown and outside of the second iuntng he had every thing his own w yThe visitors only got three hits off of him and be deserved a shut out errors letting in all scores Rev tI W Williams Testifies Rev IiW Williams Huntington W Va testifies as follows This is to certify that I used Foleys Kidney Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free to say that Foleya Kidney Remedy will do rJi that you claim for UI v BittenTiy Snake o J Shtpherdsville KyAb Har din a young farmer of this caunty while handling baylnI his barn this mOrning wtfs bitten three times on the hand and arm by a cppperhead nake which as in the hay Silt and vinegat ere applied to the wound and the arm was tightly bound to 3t6p ttirculaition and spread of poison IJardin was then brought here where Jrs Shafer and Ridgway attended him He iis resting quietlyi at 1isOOIyor EIItf j Ae uws pU Shooting oh Traini In a desppratejpattle on n ex cursion train of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad between EA Daubs specialagent for j the railroad and three mgrces j near Ch icagy Static Ky Sun dy Daubsjsvas shot in the hand noltlvel yesterdayDetectives DuctsingeriMontgomry and Ernest OBannon chftrgeft witht jlhe shooting j Daubs wei Called to qufejrjtr d surbanee whip was raised in the negro compartment of the excursion train near Lebanon IJ placedOBnuonI ing 10 take him to Lebanon Near Chicago however it is al lfcod the negrosuddenly turned UPOT Daubs while he was off hi guird and dealt him a studding blow in the face IB a moment severalother negroes leaped towards fjuij officer who tried to draw his revoiy r Thi3tnb negroes wrested from his grasp and onoof them placed it against hisabdomcnwhj1e thp other two held hjs shoufkF4tho re Vulver was discharged Daub managed to free his right hanc and received he buflet there the ball tearing away the thumb A second bullet iit seems tore its way through toe iindex finger ol the right hand Aftera desperate struggle Daubs managed tolrnpck there folverfrom the hands of the peg rb and to gain possession of it al it ell to the IlCi rThe neg rjjes lied to the rear of tha coach and leaped from the moving train After Daubs bad had Jbis injuries dressed he came to Louisville where with the aid of the detective he sutfceedea in locating Montgomery and OBannon at their home 2805 Twelfth street Both showedt t tf f f i k several bruisesOourierJour- n l Pain vwill depart in exactly 20 minutes if one of Dr ShoopsPlnk anyWhereRemember gestion blood pressurejnothing else Headache Is blood pressure toothache is blood pressure on thc sensitive nerve Dr Shoops Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tablets quickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from pain centers Painful periods with woman get in stant relief 20 Tablets 2oc Sold by Red Cross Drug Stor f Locked In With RnU Ji 4 Reading PaLoc ked in a P nnstveet moving picture theater last night twelveyearold Edward Fredericks was attacked by rats and hal the most thrilling experience of his career Visit ingtheth ater early in the evQn iijg young Fredericks secureda ccrnef seatjwhefejhe feji fsleep At 11 oclock the theater was closed the sleeping boy ain t observed Toward morningI Fredericks was awakeued by r puiluig and hauling at his feet and noon teaiifcad that rats by the hundreds were after him The toes had already been chewed out of hihes and the rats teeth had hrceratedh1eet Be started to fight the rodanti off andaccordiog to hU story the fight lasted several Jiour durine which his cries arid thi squealing of the rats could 1Je beard several oorsawy lit nobody appeared to rescue iiai At 5 oclock in themorning he pounded against the doorarnd finally a passerby heard tii JI and helped him crawl over tb top of a moving piciiu re machin box and to liberty V This Is what Hon 3ake Moore State Warden pf Georgia say ot XJ dol For Dyspepsia ECpeWt j Co hcagoI1lDearSir1I aft olIeredmore than twertyears fre indigestion About eighteen moRts ago thad grownsO Mttcftwbrse ttat 1 could JIOl digL a crust i conr bread and ijpald Not reUim auiytW pr on mystoll1ach I Ost t5 lbsiisIt- I made up DIY ind that I coId a ItvebHt a short tiiaei aeta ft4sd lCfmll1c recomefl 4t X5s 1 c vsented tP try it to plIeue IM d w better n8o ay 3 oiIght- han J ever tabIy SDd a better helt th ssy yrs KPdPl QidlIt IW a iii4soass t1 lxa iiWrttWi 4it 1t r ted1sra yer pWitYJake M- s1rlc4 old byJedCfi Imac- y f 5e cMjti t SUiScRjp7cjq kL t t r AI a 4Ljru SEits E A 111 Jt itLastSupay aa 7 izent of Bilker HiHg Ii14twiiness the prtii M M of OM rSall and jQit M pate L4obacurinc his mifyI Ife tIt stead of befsg lorcMr iw Mi il with the iwleteiiitf bt ftcjUiii ifJand the occbTII1l kiah SallM nipe i1o bsau l themselves ialiicd YflMi iiv7 11 Spirit of ttfal fffaif MM siok I cNbo cO1siu44 8iiii4ii Luna to stawd tiirwM lif r chawed lJpthotlrJIi w lThrowing aside thwr iiAil Jf JglaMi as a thing W IftOe 9itfrzquesce iBe Stilt MwiI1battle rra1011 4a u ththa t Ttad willie tho bir t 1 hestra warbled e rnrnhit rJ j nit s bve llit o f fKJf jrt pionee1s r whohvlor J slept m thei old cmscy Jjs r across the street rrafe the a M iblagcr and where UM Mrt wf j i the elms seemed ta wtIwHMi lwishl the blue sky prtriMiiMl Tern l t bailee deftly felled rJarkHr t the gr und with tbft baU MMlOf ibu gywhipaWProci t gnaw off a xoodly portiwa kim tihini while HeaekUk lfrt JlLt bimseIIy kicidigtbJ prlilte man iu the abdomen 1tiwo it umber lens Wileit tiio jel s arrived on the gro Wta a Mitwas histittftdior bbMpIt1S ladows chit that JMkOilmi i bitten Oft by Sills bwi4kst success All partiR gsvs ip I the neargh for the iMiMof a rows anafonay wl6Mi W llee madl the stateweift tib l2iMiu it 1 did Ilot know whirtbeV iNi tlrf excitement he bd1awalbwW 144 or not At UM feitl IfwAtrlflern Oo flarow pcetabsatotry apearadb R MIt l that the partiea bd IIatk1use to celibrate wMib ifJIW ogttles of beer udit sssMss the Sa1le brothers ik3s j with the beer wfafcii Mi effect of readerin tpi a bdisieroui that Barw ori ijthem off tbe prei MIfmade the mistake oC fIiafthem toffee gat weE mfy texpressed their aprerjShis hospitality in UM MMMMT above stated TgSills wW eats Vem nVew ia iiil 3 tyEve dollars and fftMjaii zJ in the workbptog ibi ByJ tor the swift use of hk p dUi we i FTpdontsSallee boys then eharftd MM J Elarlow hadsOit thi UiV J they lhad dritak fl aenc did o si tlland HarkTwuw IIsiss iLv S lleeii tiurlikiirte whoa t U1illip pl in the lava bel pa B ainrIUl tthontayear afaTiiir w W iife bred by twa4ti lt UarrOdsbur fsid j r i t x1 L jooJ Delay in eoNNI Jttl fcr- a slight Irreg rity ftjtot MpM IlM rr beem ccsdqaisky b filifi Mhj- Reaw f tJy iayrsslt kl vvta J 4I feys XMi i buiM up the wor i i f1 atre ftk M these t I iu 5 takig it1Q aSmVusNs i tj Ham23C i 4 i1 r Pr BijtM dird hjsS t Ky with a vfefr to Mid- ki44 sq Itr Jib adriWI1IlI ewoU b I1M ultjr in 11 lit i WsrOsassas a rtW 110 JPMMTB iriib ebift t siid dciUdNlil tllLt Mrnt wifchont all 11 J P tthe Upis =OtiRto wtn byuyof llITl No sjsIkJII sat tj fri the 11att 81SSI tl 1ttihto g7 hsr ebfIbeisi aoi olr 1 t i pIt piffle famiUiauL4J iin- UM Tllanr bM ted tvyNI4ebe u pohdOichiktr n Md j I f 1 iiiii tA a It to arSiIsuEi W ysOa1 bs c rtd IbT MtfV t 1 osly tss = roMIsltIii Ietn I4ton RIbdcppwpRR1 gt io ksts atlV 4 wIHoaej Ud Tar ab1timII 1I1jUiiJ Kay toa klRpb rtaoDAJit lifE iVSLADER M J Y ATJ lQ IpJQ 2a ii DAvIsoN Jr YlV rIs j I p Co i We W aoRCC li J f1JJNSO caaS4at Jar iHellitti0evto T oagrewr from this a fVmrtk OoBfrcMiMial Iftitiict aDII veton Party 7oLkaIpT J Ware MrthortoeJLto mwwunce A C f t1sM acMdidate for the aoml tioatatymct to the actioeeltAe Deputies Richard ThttIfenttt Snden andHalMtrtYirf i We are mathodaed to aaewmce S J AttU candidate forSheriff mi WMhhytoo county wibject tb th- eadIoaeCthe Democratic party Eddkinan Sam Hale fIGgtThweUr Tbraiw count j school district takpak8fyt a1 ba12 siias n ttxxrpf governing f tiw palate tchools of tbc county irHfc wiicb trtry citizen hdald fvilfeiit ail In the lrt Ubei th law provide that M tkotoi for choolwoaMl bebekl in ta2h district ofr haiim Auiat 1bIelectiont is to hoS1M 1 manneM ot ttMB fiffulaf flections of other ocial The electkxi shall be by balUUftd iit stall be the duty olthe regular election cdmmis 3otw t j ffe of the Ilection In order iat become candidate for the piece of school trustee itt shall be necee ary for8uch cand Sdate tb tile a petition with the 1 cowity clferk atleast ten days be lore ibe day of eection The pe ttion fittrt b5 signed byat leas tea persoM eligible to vote att seitil eleciKMi A feature about tlM new scbooyaw jis that it does 1 sway jrHh the seperate school dietficts and seperate trustees iorco4eirjsdschopl8 The Colored r difttricfcr will be of the samE boundary as the white districts ti but otie 1 set 04off trustees will jfOYer bottf the colored and the j white jehopls The law makes BO diatiBCtiop however as to thj qpalificatipfis of the trustees A cod ed stan is as much entitl= ed9 act as trustee as a white Mav provided he is regularly Totedor and elected Thus it inay be possible under this new law fora colored trustee to preside over 4 white school district dl to apP9iDtwCher Fortunate JYb ever the 1law does not per 1 mit tlie jip pointment of colored i teachets for white schools This pir wise legslti tors at Frankfort f failed to prcvide for GOd oit4s i each school district iti- r the county there will be aboul 50 of these districts shoud see to it that a gOd thin nominatf Me foj trustee In order to d1 xthi5itcis nece try that bis peLt wi tcJled with the counter rI tbt81ectHni held on saturday August first Pttitions must be filednot lattr- tit v July 2fst and those inte elated an the schools should at t f ttetijhtlp the matter 5 AJJ 1 in heie night rider outrages it is often the oratdrs who o Ue bei Jiiechief The fellow who for pol itical purposes gos Jfiitt ijaA 07 incendiary speeches iiHCitMi acertain elemeniS to corn Mitaets of lawlesenesB isi moire jpriity and should be punish 3d gore qiuckly than the nig hi rile s tkeneelves The foTlo v iac diepatch from Padncah iisfcj 4147f fair examine of the situaticm It saysr With the withdraira bCitiie soidiers from the west of t TMD Mieerirer in Kentucky Hifhtz ritieca have been stirred by ecaAet to defDoastrations tOt v tipero ot mtinidttingvht ss foi th Cgowea1h- r tbm 2OOsboti wire W1itcMl tie homMof Fnk- Wil1i Dyerim Ij fT IOiIWe iLl TbH5tiried r J ht ridrs t ias bers of Jhe 1 1 httJi cj Pel r= t f Js iin progress and oine of the speakers hive madeuo a tempt to cooceat their sympathy with lawlessnessl Ii probable that more oIdierswi1Ibe sent into tKr disturbed districts and patrols along the Tennessee river Win be resumed The sight riders trials willlbe crfllpd it the August term of thedircuit Cfcari The Democratic IJational Con ntion to nominate a candidate for President and for VicePres ident is on at Denver After e lecting Theo Bell of California temporary chairman the conven n adjourned out of respect to the memory of Grover Cleveland e iimpression seems to be gaining ground that the ticket wiltbe Bryan and GrayWi Bert Barberof sayEbaveyour theyhavtdonemedicine has ever ddne Jw still ing the pJls as I want a perfect cure Mr Barberrpfers to DeWiits Kidney And Bladder Pills Sold bvlI Red Cross Pharmacy KImN5i I jMrTarpen Sbettoo wbilo at Sa IStterJysppened to a serious accidentlls horse off ftv r0eme turned the wagon over oti r Shelton injuring him quite dangerouslMr Callte Barnett bought a DruryPrice attendednew- church at airraount on June 21 Rev H L Omstead filled bis AntiochJcrowd neatIforthebenefit ccJlbes1Champion Leatbcrsiij service over their drparted Sir FairViewcemeterv une2BthTbcrowdpresent rttheMr Homer Grow of Dugans ville and Miss Ida Dake were homeofRevSup day IMissesI rahamofjnight Mr Joe Robinson inisj ocHbouseMr Grant Kays bean hisii singing school U MtPlesant church onlastSatuiday evening Mr W W Gritton while drivr nlawonto a lIelostl Somep 0 pIe in trying to pass him on the road frightened the colt caflslng 2500 Suits 4i7 50 It 20dp 13 50 1250 8 SO 650 philds 4 00 50rcc 3 13 2 700 500 500 300J 300aor it to impale itself en a picket fanseMr f andfamUylvjsited I1 family Sunday i Mrs Lucy Grider died at the home of her daughter Mrs Hat din Monroe on June 2a9tb af ier a long illness of heart trouble Shei was78YEasofage and her m aden name was Beasley She was first marnejd to Mr Gtorgef Gritton and hersprond husband l w fasgeiher with vwo daughters v Mival Mrs Jim Robinson and serjVICtGrantand the remains vere lad iin Bethel cemetery of reaved the community family have the sy torestI On Che same day Mrs Grant Scrckhamdied at her home after Ia short illness of heart dropsy She is survived by her husband The funeral was conducted at Antioch church by Rev TG wJustIej Itayb used Dr Kings New Lif themIj aarrisville w LifePills releve without the leatd- iscomfort Best remedy for cousti biliousness and malaria 25c atHaydon Robertsons driig store Maokville spentThulsdayj friendsf in Harrodsburg t 5MrLebanon spent Tuesday mlthe home of Dr Thompson MrToeWjcotJwas in Springy field Friday 1 spentThursdKimberlin of Texas frJ A Cftldwell of Adair Co was here last week Mrs 1 B Pelef and Mi s Sallie Peter visited Mrs Peters mother Mrs Bauer at Bryanta VyuleDLW T Barnette and Mr Tom Dunn weie at Taham Thursday Mrs Bettie Peter was called to Hariodsburg Tharsddy on ac count of the of her friend Miss Myrtle Philipps spendingtheB Peter Mrs Isham was in Har rodBburgvWedriesdey wasinIarrodsfurKMr and Mrs Orceneth Petert attended the funeral of N rs Srrogginlat Antioch Tuesday Mr Harrison Steele of H iiif rodsburgk is visiting relatives here this week Mr flim Sharp of Salvisa is visiting his brother Mr John A Sharp i Mr Walter Raybourne was in Springfield Friday MrWi J Mat erly was in VednesdayRev ofrTrixas was in town Friday Mr J M Smith cashier ofr the Farmers Bank was in Danville j Friday and Saturday I Miss Annie Rabourne uff Oaklandj Californa is visiting + rspI p cial i rricesSl 1iOASHi I 1 i i MENSUIT 15 00 io 00 4R n y t Suits Pants Pants 190i areI Dennis paticin illness James 225Quts i5ot t1000ce CHILDSSIJIT SfOO Childs Suits 3 00 350 v 2 5p PANTS 6i0 Pants 450 f400 Pants 275 f Hope Cotton 71 Hoosier Cotton 4I2c C licos 4c Check Ginghams 94 Brown sheeting 20cIO4 Brown 5cJ isheeting 22c Table Oil Cloth14c12 12c and 15c Lawns IOcIOc7 I 2c 50c Silk MUlls Lawns 4Qc 36 i Percales 6C1 ini iiAll ill Papb att Half prices I i 4T 00 Lace Jurtaids 3cof 6 J 250 300Icc150c t ic 98 1500 jiB oirpetSino Mattings at Reduced Pite I Jspnc ate less than manuf ctur1 i fJ1j andare for cash only J i Cl1Jp DinKha 11 Ehincan 4- iJ VI 1 RayfbvUrnebvUrneMiss Mittie Eiatt and Miss Lillie Sweeney ware in Harrois burg Saturday MG H Hickerson and son Ronald are visiting relatiyes in Harrddsburg and Danville this wek Mr f E Harmon was in Peryville Sunday andlfamily of Wtterloo Iowa are vMtingMrs Leach manJs mother rs D C Thompson Mr and Mrs James Cregor Lof Perry ville were here Sunday lf Mr Tom Peter and wile of llI visitinghisMiss Lillie CbcAnougher of PerryvUle jis spending this week Ia t the home of her uncle Mr TohNora Cheatham and Miss IMiss Noel of Willisburg at tho jJsupper gtvetibyih lladies of the Christian church dil1urdaymgbtJi Mrs Charlie Coyle of Stewartj as in town M nday Mr Sam Derr has returned to his home in Harrodsburg after a hefejMr r have mbyed into ihe Hick rson property which is located on Perryville street Mrs Hart Bthrington off Willisburg attenaedHr G H Hickersans sale Saturday after noon Kenheoys Laxative Cough Syrilaacts gently upon the bowels and there by drives the cold out of the system rn at the same time it allays inflaraa tion and stops irritation Children llike it Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy TickCreekV yther iiight was well attended Those juRuddt Rev T J Mattson of Liexing ton and Mr Jake Hiatt of Pen wicki spent Friday withRM Anderson Chas Hall sold a sow and five shoats to O B Shewmaker for 15 Sam Rowe and sister Maryjt spent Saturday and Sunday in Perry ville Harrison Gamble bought a bourse of Robert Milton of Cana ry for 25 Mandville Lawrence and Miss Lucy Hall attended church at Mackville Sunday Carter Hall s Id a calito Irvine Ma vs for 10 Mr Albert Rudd from near Saturdarvnightwith S T Stump visited bis daughter Mrs J 0 Mil to Sunday I Mr George Goode and wife and daughter of Stewart spent FJBuggtpButferj Ray Hall and family spenJj Sunday with Henry Lawrence George Bugg sold a calf to Irving MaySjOf Mackville for lo Miss Ella Tobin is very sicjk with flux at this writing Mi and Mrs E yin And 12F spent Sunday with Mrs R P Lanham Malcom Stumph and H Stht TayloV spent Saturday ni with James Holderman at Texas Mr Jeptha Wilson returi ted from Frankfort last Tues a and we hope he will examine his goose bone and see when it is going to rain A Millionaires Baby atteuded by the highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of stomach or bowel trouble any quicker than your baby if you give it McGees Baby dysentarY11and Sold by Red Cross Drug Storea Fair ViewV LissLauraLityofted at the home of Mr Fred Cheatham MQnday MrsTJ Carney was called lo see her father Mr John Sympson who is very ill Mrs F M Carney and sister Mrs Mollie Hawkins dined with Mrs J E Stevenson Tiiesdpy brotherMrTathanVSprings ryTruaxentertained by Miss Eva Cheat ham Friday 1 LPttle1BishOp Humphrey Ora Car ey Messrs Jimmie Humphrey and Ciaud Kays dined at Mr Minor Par ishs Sunday GeorgeMoulMrs MaitiePinkston were the guests of Mr and Mrs Bert Uheatbam RaysspeptSturday yule Mr and Mrs Sanford Yocum Mattie HomanlEsa Ryan iand brother visited at the home of Ed 5Tocum Sunday Opba Carey is visiting rela tivesinLouisvilleV Use TieWitts Little Early tiarapleasant little pills that are easy toI take Sold by Red Cross Pbtraacy i JI PAIN IIIJas117 U WOo4Y1 mlrUDr SpXMJelM1eetIt IIcMfQL hIT1 1M Weo4 1Iloo4H7 peieaiMVM Its blood bIo04 MInl7 k a r1aW1 aBdaMta IT = tl tat red s I rweuJNIB 70s OeraeK4oaiItioouag JIJa1ta1M tMer18ll7r a Dr Shoops Headache Tabletsfo foREDpaVValley Hill Valley Hill has been dead for quite asbile hut has nowjavak ened to the realization that yousu readers woud more than ever appreciate a few lines The rain that has so long been nee ed has at last come ti gua sunshine to the crops and they are looking better ciMrlittle granddaughter Virginia Foster spent tht day with their da atughterJST dausdayThe good meeing whichhas so faithfully been conducted at byBrotHert week Mr Tom Reed sold to Arthur Eddleman a cow and calf for 85 Mr Sam Mudd and Miss Mat tie w reup calling on Miss Elizabeth Smith Sunday evening expertblI rlepicks1Jshigh Mr Thomas A Grundy who Iis so kind and generous of heart buildtg ill Gentlemen if you will be so kind as Thomas A aye will soon have a beautiful church in out little village Brother Rogers of Springfield delivered a very interesting sermon to the Audience assembled at Valley Hill school house Sunday lastDvisitingMissMiss Mattie Mulligan was visiting Miss Mattie Mudi the past week Mr 1 L Janes jis visiting Ihis old home while his wife isvisit iing her son Mr Arthur Vance oCincinnati SMissthe meeting Mooresvllle The faihful old darkey Aunt ViagC Wright passed away last Monday evening There will be preaching at Ithe byBrotberAll are invited to be present Willie May Reed daughter Mr Tom Reed is quite sick Pfrtyltts Witch Hazel S Ive is ood for cuts burns braises andscratches It is especially Itood for pile Recom mended and sold by Red Cross Phar maor Brays mythical Vicar It jls curious to reflect that there areI scattered about the world many scores of places whose chief claim to ills UnctIon consists in their association with some famous ditty or other BmyInlyfheIs that though Fuller In his Worthies of England asserts tltat the cleric 1Ilsobealmpnparish registers has failed to subsitan tlatC the story London Musical Home Journal A Strenuous Task tour honor said the witness 1cnnt you order a recessV j VAYes sir Ive stood on this stand and toM the whole truth two hours on a stretch and Im tectotally wore outt I never told the truth that long before not in all my llfelAtlanta ConsUI ttution Hopeslieyourtut SbeI17elmt mean n word of- tItt lie Are you sure of that SbeOjialnly He does It Just to tormentI mqther Chicago News An yewltnI acelIdebUDskedcourt Judge recent 4Ve waa the Veply my uncle He Is not here because he is blind don Telegraph V LonI 1Makesn Golde Inquired i011lyn mlllloH Myduss gloomily replied Well every million counts New YSUQ FOLEYS HONEWARFFs nilginalLAXATIVE Ysl For cotfgha colds throat and Isttroubles No opiates Noa lcohplic Good for everybody Sold every wilerc The gimuln iayuweItyFe4eYSold by Baydon fcRdbert on 1V1 Public Sale th my Ihousehold iture a lot of tine fernsIA set of carpenter and carri e tools lfirst class black sglitbs drill 2 new bandmade bug iesjnew and second hand wheels shafts singletrees spokes rims etc- out200 ft firstclass lumber r buggy work carriage trim carriageiuts1 new single shovel plow 1 large grindstone graIn radles Terms made known on day of jsale for sums ver10 All ms under 10 cash W H BOND QUARTERLY REPORT OFTHE Peoples Depositf Bank SPRINGFIELD KY the close of business on the 30th of June 1908 eESot7e Es 24128268Overdrafts 674212Overdrafts 000DueDue Banks frorn Banks TrutIDue from Companies 0003547230 Banking House and Dot 500000 000t1050000UOther Stock and Bonds tS 000 Specie 512510 Currency 930400 1442910 Exchange for Clearings 000 ciO items carried as cash 000 000V000IIquarter 000 TotaIV3134262C LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cashu 5000000 Surplus Fund 2300000 profits 240227 ue depositors as follows Deposits subject to check jionpaid 19432498 Deposits subject to check D cemandposit on which interest Ispald J 00 Time certificates of deposit on which interest is 1436989523802393Savings interest is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 Due National Banks 00 Due State Banks Bankers 000 000Cashiersing 000 Bills fedlscounteC 000 00TaxesJ gCapi4Ig fe Total 31342620 SUPPLEMENTARYfHighest amount of indebtedness of stockholderpersoncompaoyorfirm company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly jif such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid hhand actual mont- of the surplus or the bank 00l aboreitI Hlghcst amount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such indobtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 How lis same secured 00 lDo s amount of indebtedaesspf at finincludingthethe liability of the individual mem bers thereof exceed 30 per cent surplusetIfso state amount of sncb indebt t edness Amount of last dividend 250000 Were all expenses losses interest and taxes dedpcted therefrom before declaring dividend and wa not less than 10 per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund declareYesSTATE OF KENTUCKY f ss County of Washington j PeoplesDeposit Iicemberstreet in the town of Springlield- ssaid county being duly sworn sa the foregoing g report is in all respects a true statement of the condition off the said Bank at the close of business Ion the 30th day of June 1908to the best of hB knowledge and belief dud urtner says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at tne Idea tion named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In com pliance with an otUcial notice received from the Secretary of State desIgn theII sh1erIY nitj day jfJuly 1908V CHAS M McCHORDj N P Washington Co Ky Commission expires Janhuary 8 191 S ANDERSON G D ROBERTSON HR TH MPSONjj The function of oE strain out Uie npurities of te blood which Is conslftntly pasing through them Foleys JCidnay ReIned makes kidneys healthy They will theJboedaudit Will make yoawPlL Foleys l Orlno Baxatwe the ne- I wI llaxative stimulates but does dot irriI TuaranteedBobertSonJV t tM MwEMAIt o w jjjV I 1 I IPlurnmersi 1 I I t tithetogtL 1 1fj d O4lS BoesSpadeste 1- w befd gardeirPlo marketVI have just received new supply of i IIWe Cooking Stoves And Ranges t tI I which we will saU at pe4se t i in restI Agents for the VJ rJ PERFECTION OIL STOVES v Garden Hoes Mowers 4 IRfrigratQrsI Water Coolers a speciality of Plumbing and TiM J IawWe i c IIIAt WetoiVi1 J l llt You can get Ice Cream S Ja4 and Sundaes every day FjTejs and toothsome Cakes and CandiesVJ l Meals and Lunches 1 I mbst any Him6 All kinds ofpftt Prinks V r i IO 4 FOR CANDY 0Come and see our I KATIE HERI14INad Br 1ittICt r IiiTheI Liensln Stone This quaint equivalent of the German term neldkopf is applied by ra vt elers to an effigy carved in stiutj and fixed In a nlchfc In the second story Of n house In the Helllgengclatstnis III Berlin not fair from the mperor 8I pakur The neidkopt represeuts a hideous harpy faced woman with suakelike curls and tongue protruding hi mocking derision One day tome 200 years asp the llegend runs Frederick William of Prussia more familiarly known as Old Fritz was walking bout the sreeLiof the city in the uncbnventlon nl way ne affected when he chanced to look througb a wludow anti observed a hunchbacked r goldsmith hard at shopYTile result of his Interylew was i Ordirtr a golcj table service for ti rojral household an order that mat t Latrlhisshop to see how the work was advandlIng uud on one of these e observed a woman In the window of the opposite house contorting her face In the most Vldcous grimaies ni idhpointing with derisive finger at ti e crippled workman To the kings query as to what ailed the old woman the golds ilth replied It Is envy slrev She Is the wire of a rival goldsmith and ever since yonr majesty so raelously gave me this order she ana her daughter have rcr vlicd me Frederick William paternal in pun Ishmcnt as w Uus iii reward at i gnvestightedtthe house In whIch the shrew lived toberllusfre was little likelihood of the fssaly moving an Idea that seemed greatly to please his majesty His next raove was to consult a sculptor wh Jm lie commanded to make the butt of a with tile most shrewisli Xaa tlppellke face be could imagine The king then bought and renovated se house In which the hunchback bad hUi workshop presented It to him tad caused the bust to be placed plcu OUsly Jibove the workroom iadow Thus whenever the envious wosa II nerosstbo street looked fortk from ker casement the first object on whlqh kpr eyes fell was thjtf JmCended portrait of her amiable self For more titan a hundred years 1M netdkoptspiteful head as OM would say In English IA proM proralntnce a reproach to tM en vtoa woman and her descendants It after ward mysteriously disappeared but In 1840 or thereabouts was tQtifKl IK iifnFrederJck William IV boaght the 1Hi4lt for it largo price and had It replaced 1todaSct 1C1 tfxetM j Wby Clara said a wkftir t kw little dnnphten rUo wueryI2Watt- e you crfliig nboutrJ Ccuute sobbed ta silsu Hf Mttaried to minks dolly a blmHMl cad It ccom d oat InblioatM 1 J ptM1i iasMtsINcl1oyow thluk M tiiI hw 1Irykdeil VOwIng QIWVStIiII7t ett1tHPklIp6l 2ed a lye hrdlele very be orasda of Tools and hy a varitT OWISt h T r IF j j Garden t i J rr- Iake k 1 OJ have the ri the fJ IWSV a Lawn at NOVEIJi CIO line woman vlxea stood jint AftTiS1 BLUiOiRS APrlci8fteMtc TItM asid EveEitjyVt Among the most amasioc WMit J by artists Is a landscape by 3wMrti iihien a rainbow ia dep4ete r fcfcWWLiI ctbe sun This all almost am much humorous uDMtltlJl ltali JUt tirclesw did tile stlip of Clt taM the great French iartl t whs1 lu Mi J portriilt of Queea Victoria paks4s4 krlbboDot the 0Netl tie O n r tlMi wrong color j A picture of idaa aod J5re Jattli C garden of EdJhuB taU valkrjr of tIN era 4a Jsbiee re re tMt 8st couple aa watckiiig a pre uss J tenko IM the famous gaiieeIe af Antirery art certaha picture of old jmans ta which Ute jaabltW IdMi ta M r markable as tW teckrttatAi st 1a nOM picture of hMTeD the arcise Ire are armed withl bows nil ariww Mi eIn a celebrated palntfo The Mur doer ot tile 1unocsits tM uarIIrepresetitecl as taking lace M ii ciif f Holland Tile prw vt tlw cfcH ren are taut bvrgkent the Uimmii solders are Dgtck jpeiISP arM l with mnsfcets ad1 the i eiirtHfn t r iInand boboa lied BOML 6 t lfri SOMNJtSUltsIL k jf ffiiiISeme ef the Curiiuc Tlini Derte fcj a falcsoYManx YCA13SJIO aftbe iBordeaux attpsted tkf pat of a gVecretJaltJ vho H hit LlttJup during tb R jtt is ast h t aom amhullcni andr taSJpf jpiis 1iInki and paper eewpoab jMid irrtti ltag his sermosaa Wis IIIt Iod 1IiIIt 4P1order to tCer1aIRV 4SaalBbiJitt mat use ci II y t archbishop Mid plex fit DewMMewi HBder ikkr ckta io pst ItjUte ppr np90 wkkili be Wee wrttifi bat he ceatfnspd t wrttMs being IB the laet kuiaieiil Itretd4rssia 1UIhW I J his employ t Mt e iIbtinc subst1stcd took Ismt r s4 It wltbowt apNremtkr u1afHenc r Another MmiMMtNMbt Whil liti IKleetl 3HMg to Ik cellar b1 It was IIk dart Hdw ws fr Ike cn without wIktiis thit ytb s H witloet s i4Its a 4p 1VviM but If lie Mpiumi toswb Ip ttilt cellar be tod pest dlCraMy frepla ills way Mt sfrctajiftt VVVVf wHrrrream t yrjujgjeviAiv It tfIjEDYri iL c r i4sWV I L IiiRoSs DRU8 STORE c eS lvrIw r v j ixiDR G 1 III IflIIII aiTIOUT PAINI I I w r 1p- pWOPIILD XY Alt tWi Strictly sey I t DRJ C MUDfM UI S1rtNt iJc zOobo ibfito2 pm Offioesoy iy4o1iiDrug4ore arid i1ILoniieqOSc kr IN All r wwcHe 1l the1j wrF GBiGSBY v thAITOIt hIIk wwGrxD xYSp D iw HYATTAl reDriJ J orn over IU4 Qrow lJrUR 43ors ehoryttlO3O- i s1t6 i2 iii l to 5 pm veils Spiaknf 2 J04 pin and all Also night iOiNY iAYI1FU- NEJA good 1JItiEcToabo r AIJlCEISE EMHAME the rEEPHONE a4 DAYiJLHIQliT 74 IPHIIGFJELDIY r late t n ns Sj tip I Confectionery da iTM to Itt Sbft will iI2Dria4 Tiofi co TJwt1itM and freshest of Candies and Fruits are last always oil hand at5pMa Stret next to ce on H leL Leon Allen shJShe1byJ qe doref Bwroc Jersey Hogs eJ Afew ChktYuco RPD1 Springfield Ky M G ofGiv V WiSlnyitft pur Wa hjnftor and Nfelsdnl ounty Iriends when ino Loiiwvill and looking for a f 1 place to stop to can on us- v Wtaye vllralt Micely irid Room t irhicn we will tet fpr lodgeTrsfQrS a sfcort or big stay at reasonL bte rate IkKjatedonthtNprthwestcor uer of Seventh and MarketS- tIryineWirnsatt I John F1hn S m Pride off Washington I OR srid Choke Hamatactured by jW Jrtx c Cot l3rrW p3r highest market tril r g4Ii1t If CaRt the Best FLOUR ra k ypttr Bracer for l = DowINEoLEOT- YOUR KIDNEYS Wh a b or JMIrt a u J4 r1 1 Lass KUMy Aid- It w p 4 Ma bIS L UM ft OC M UN Ms +1 IiSHay Robsrbo LTSI as osr pecil oqI ISo1i 4t 01 N riHwH i iWNwpfiti 11 Local Happenings Interest TIit Freshest and Latest I 41IAitYrrfFftld aid 1 ItcL Cn 7TrIT TTWTTT T pWantt to bUyA good Jer Milk Qpw T D Tapp Aunt Fannie Clements well known old colored women died t btrv hom below town on ouday i When jyoa want a nice picturet zca11atLechthn Camp 1lg and select tHe molding leave your order Bcacbician Campbell the- rmthr men are now well uip to make picture frames l izeaand styles Paring the Springfieldair JL ladies of the Presbyterian church will served nner in the aiDing booth under the ainpiteater- S i HaYirfc decided to Jleave- nringfi1dit becomes necessary r me to close up my business i l persons indebted to me are quete to call and settle WHBQND I hav a line of new style thii fihnet and others it new assortment of hair goods Extra gpu1fs 200 quality puffs150ff Williams I t Mr Qeorge 0V Begemann ught of J F Epperson a lot t 187x419 feet in the east end of town Price 300 Mr Begemann contemplates erecting dwell ag on the property i Afrs Borders widow of the Mi tthias Borders aged 62 year died at her home back of Ros Snriday of a conyplica n of diseases The funeral tookpljiceat St Rose on Many The embers of the childrens brigade of the Methodist church serve ice cream and sherbert the parsonage yard next iesd4 evening July 14 beginS DIng at v5 oclock Everyon rdia9yinvitedSchcI l for the year 190 no due July BOth is tn of After tb- the5lfrcent dajv grace l penalty will bIadded There will be someon my office at all tipes to re ive payments of taxes 10 Wharton Collector Miss Catherine F Russell has received two documents of which e iis quite proud One iis a rtifiate of membership in the American Association of Opti ciacs while the other is a mem bership lO the Kentucky Optical Association Miss Russell is a well eiuipped and thoroughl- ympent optician Messrs H M ONan and FS Martin and Rogers Martin Bobby Shultz spent a couple dsjys and nights on Beech River lushing last week and re turn etj home with the nest lot f fih and the best or we speak after having sampled themfwe have seen this season The fish Were all caught on a rot line Dr J MT Shehan and Miss ydi Lee Houston of the Maud neigh borhood this county caused quite a surprise to their friends by gpipg id Louisville on Tuesday find getting married Dr thertpopular physicians In this seciipn while his bride who Iis the Daughter of Mr Dave Hous on hts many admirers Dr md Mrs Shehan will return to incirj home at Maud cI 7 c 9lieul I nsnng of Eyes 1 J Lj nbt a matter of guess work i p r iis it a matter of trying on d readymade glasses It Is a 7 Jience governed Iby principles 3 who3se Eye can understandno guess ijork ia our methods of testing c tfe Eye C g i ft pur WorK J is Guaranteed If A1flEIJNE RUSSELL Sprigiii Ky QJi r4r4rLYf4c4 fldi iJ LaI I 0IMr JV H Bind and family will move to Louisville next week to make their home Mr Bond advertises a sale of all of his property to take place on next Saturday at his residence and workshop on Main street Mrs Elizabeth Graham is bay ing erected on lier loton Grundy Avenue a neat six room cottage or bungalow which she expects to be able to occupy by August first Base Ball The local base ball public has been well entertained during the past week with games On the Fourth of July the team from Campbellsville furnished the en tertainment in a double header in which they came out victori us iin both games The local ine put pa good game in each instance but nptquite goodlen ough to win The score was close in both games the visitors winnirg lY a narrow margin Robertson and Shult2 did the pitching in the first game while Goode occupied the slab iin tne second round On Monday the strong Fox Ridge team catue in or a series of four games which proved the most interesting of the season The firstgame was clo e and interesting from start to 1finish It required eleven innijfes no decide the game tile visitors tinially winning out by the narrow margin of7 to 6 The game on Tuesday resulted in a victory for the home boys by a score of 12 to 3J Will Robertson did thetwirling fJr the Wai tons and held the visitors safgat all uneL1 The two teamt are engaged Jn a double header as we go to press i Is Well Known Here IThe CourierJournal of Tuef day contains an account of the life of a remarkable pld llady vrho celebrated her 100th birthday on Tuesday July 7th Mrs Elizabeth Mourning is well remembered by the plaer inhabi tants of Springfield She was born in Taylor county and there lived and married and reared a llage family Three of her sons were at different times citizens of Springfield and it wets at the homes of tttipse son that Mrs Mourning spent much of her time and made man friends in the town by whom she is yet remembered One ol her sons Mr Henry Mourning was a merchant inSpringfild inabout t87C He was associated in the dry goodsbusiness with Messrs W H Leachman and Andrew Cunningham and later on embarked in the grocery business He married Miss Mary Bevil of this place who is now the wife I I IscI t I i I JPIC3il 1i iIiiI THEII WALTONHOTEL-9JiA Hm PobertsonMnagerS J t t J I J4 V5 g Menu 1 4 S SIJNMY JULY 12 19O fr I t Water f U t ift 1 Tatham f EriedGhlckeh Ji 1 Cold Country Ham I 1 if1Roast Spring IxLmbM1nt Sauce v SlicedTpmatbes l t ame4 Cauliflower shoT Potatoes I j PeasonToastI r Sr Mix d Pickles California Peacff Blackberry Roll Apple Sauce vt fr i r siftr Cream Bread IIICoIf MuffinsSlicedFresh Butler Milk I Cucumber with o ionsIIBrick Jce Cream Assorted Cakes Ice Tea Cafe Noir Ice Milk I iiri iiJ i1iTeeth ex tracted With8 out PAIN or IDANGERt i i Abb WORK 3 Done in this office is firstclass 8 in every respect and just as ad vertisedilYSTALLARDDDSS 1 Springfield v KV s c MM ft of Major Lisle df Lebanon Dr Mourning another son practiced mediCine in Springfield fora number of years and Mr Thomas Mourning stilf another son taught school here in later years All three of these sons are nO1 dead Mrs Mourning and hei daughter Miss Dannie Mourn in have been making their homE fur number of years withMr Garland Mourning in Louisville who is connected with the J M Rot inspnNorton Dry Goods Co Quite a number of her Springfield friends received cards an nouncing thecelebratiori of thi 100th anniyersary ofMrs Mourn ings birth Card Aswe could not Very wel handle the crowd last Saturday we would suegest that as maul as can please come on othe aays than Saturday dtiringthi sale as we can assure you beite service However we nll endeavor to take care of youan day you will4 favor us with yow presence Resp I- The Robertson Claybrooke Co- Incorporated fiodol For IndiestioiR- elieves sour stomack palpitation ofthe heart Digests what you Iat TRY LADIEb CLUB TEAJ ITSTHEBEST A PENNYJ Saved on this and that iis what it takes to make the Bank Account grow fat Had you thought of this Well here is a chance to save a few pennies StartNow We offer for Saiui day JJuly l 11 1908 CASH SPECIALS t W k1 dozen fine Messina Lemons i 15-fv Cleans extra good corn 15 3 boxes Oriol Oats regular lOc value v 25 1 lb can Ladies Club Tea nonebetter 25 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper Hoapsj 25 7 bars Lenox Soap H t ti 25 17 lbs grahulatedSugar only S 1 worth to custbmer 1 00 2 cans 15c Chunk Pine Apple v i ll t 25 1 can Sliced Pine Apple regiSlar SOc value v 25 J 1 4 Ib can Blended Coffee foro jiKo 100 3 dozen Heinzs Sweet Pickles I 25 1can 35c V t t 30Asparagus v 1 25c can IC Baking Powder vJliy + i 20 6 Ibs Lump Starohyf i vkrv ri 25 3 Ibs bulk Sodau JVv 10 r = I Purina Chicken FeeI IIWordedabcJut something to feed yoi r chickens try a 25c package of our cl icken feed Its a Specially prepared well balana td feed that keeps them healthy and develops tim quickly rReady to feed MCELROY SRI WEBI L isaa 3Hi SJLI vai a013S31 1 ii a P 1RWNAL IMr and Mrs YF Neikirk and son George are speeding the week atGriffip Springs Mrs James Allen visited at the home 6i Dr Ray the first of the tfeek Miss Sue Ray has returned from Battle Creek Mich County Clerk W P Booker and John Kelly went to Tatham Springs On londny for a weeks stay Mis3 Lanka Butler or Hunts yule Ala iaa guest of her sister Mrs W D Claybrooke Tom Ed len of Louisville came out this week and went onto I Tatham Springs for a short stay Kajbe Wqodbridge If IMiss n is visiting Mrs B EC Lawson SMr Stith Thompson of In dianapohs spent a few days here with relatives William Seveney ofr IMrs is visi ing relatives here Mrs Sallie Tyler of Bloomfield is a gpest of her sister Mrs JR Durrett Mrs Or BJ Hawkins of Law renceburg iis visiting her parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy- Mrs Margaret Bettis returned weeksrvisit with Mrs H D RodmAn of Shelby ville Mrs C C Mr Chord at The Seelbach and Mrs T S Wright of West 1r1 Mrs T A Hardesty accompa nied her sister MissJRjegma Lanham te Louisville for avisit toiler mother Mrs E A Lan ham Mr J mes Wharton of Grind Rapids Mich is visiting his parents Major and Mrs J L VhartonS Mr Charles Cooper of Louis yille is visiting relatives here Mis Ella Duncan and Miss Jennie Redding of Lebanon left lajjt Thursday for Chautau qua N Y where they will spend a month Mrs James Duncan of Louisville is visiting Miss SueDuncan Mrs WL W Ray spent last i hsii Miss Ella haunt began teaching school at Hunters SLit tion last Monday Mrs Joe Pettus returned from Lancaster Monday Miss Elaget Simms jis visiting rejtatives in Owensboro q Miss Eula Wathen leftTues 1day for her home at Ba dstown Junction after an extended visitt with Miss Flaget Simras Mrs Fred Hagatt and Mrs 0 i thiweek with Mrs JohnBiown and it1 Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon Mrs John F Simms Mrs Janie Willett and Mrs Nannie Simms are at Tatham Springs J Mr ppuis Guthrie of Early Times spentSunday here N L Linebaugh 0 f ma City was a guest o f 1I1FridaI 6ns to Monday the Misses Lee from Mr Tom Peters and wife df Indianapolis Indl returned 11- hoiMO Monday after visiting Mrs III Lud Peters oij Mack llle Mr and Mrs W K Robertson are at Taiham Springs Mr Shaker Robertson lii 1 rn nc ntrJ c t II TrS f JULYII iJi 31Lc f l I l Now going on at theBIG STORE and will continue j t until August 1st Dont wait until it is too late to come + in here and get sjomeoff the i I GREATEST BIRfifilfeE- ver rL 8 t 1ri A If 1i offered to the people of W I joining counties ShingtI11andIIi J 1 1 I 40000 MerchjMii regardless barfcins offered to thepeople of Washington and adjoining counties Our o I4 I larger or better assorted at this season the yearS WI Aot Item will be Included from the Different Departmental Dress Goods White Goods Wash abricSj Laces Embt0141iiNG IIEvery Ian Underwear Sheeings Table Lnen Npldtl Tuwsia pr perie esHuadY Weal GarinentsuIts Skirta JICStSSPetticoats Mushn lid rwear Ktmonas Wrappets Silk Waists birtrWaisls Men and Boys Glotbng Carpats and Rl1s of allklIJ1rJtP4JI I Mattings Curtains WlOdp g Shtldes Curtain p ie tcyI iS r I EXTRA SPECtALf4fi I J t Saturday 2500 yds Embroiderier that sold iJ l 11Fidayand price 3 Spools Thread lOc 50tSfdApron Giqgharn 6e 1 Dress Goods and Silk Departme- ntS 5 wool VoUe 40 In wide Copenhagen Bfue andGray 75cTalue s n price per yd leII assorted lot Novelty Suitings 1suitsOne pc black all wool Voile 42 in SlOO value t ac t One pc black allwooll Venitiau750ci value w 4L 25c I One pc yd wide black Taffeta Silk 8125 value 98c t One pc all wool Cream Albatross 36 in wide J 50c value 39c ZWasb IGoodBeautiful 1m par taL5Jc Dress Ging J harnsCNovelyGinghams125C= Yd wide Percale lOc value 7c Yd w4d4 Percale loc value 10c I Ladies Snit Department j All Dress Skirts 25 per cent off SpringJackets at cost Silk and Batine Petticoats at cost WrapII Mens and Boys odd Pan at bargain prices t ilsale cots this ev never Belts Shirt Lace rf 12 Ladies From You During one Suits Jot white value Hhfvalue regular I Hearth gf are sea parSMtnS Satiii alcfKtd Shoes ingoo4 cotIorLabl Is cthi250tOlD sale 189 Twenty four pairs Mens Buckle Plow LU plrs Kid Oxfords vQrtlt175 tQiF250 gQln sale I Patent KId at SIXty Vici in style and tupt dale lasts at coMa oidand White at A of UVeG W will at pairs Boys to szes 13 worih S150 we I 49 INCORPORATbD itiiiO tin yherehe is isitipgMr and Mrs James Cheschier Mrs Ruby Lampton Smith today for where she will spendthe summer with her uncle Mary Lampton returned from Louisville Monday after a weeis Mr and Mrs J A BOJlware are atTathitm spriuri Miss manlre turned from Shelbyville Tues Mrs Mattie and hilp dren of Kansas City are visit- Ing her sister Mrs B C Van ArsdaleS Mr T Campbell of Cleveland Oaiovisited relatives here last week Mr and Mrs Lapsley E wing 6f Louisville areguests of arid Mrs Gregory Mrs Sam Dorsev of EdiBLJbtirg Tad is visiting relatives here Mies Katherine Llttny of Stan visiting MrsBettie How Miss Mabel WUlianis will haVJB as her guest the latter prtPf the week Miss tuilePaiiOGf iWorth of HighGrade yfr d for Jof UMM ckf Ic tosecurfsome of the biggest j of Tickings Lad I One Mr OOrJfrOOOO Y I We Quote Some Each IIDeparbitent To give You An Idea of the Wqnderul Bargans Can Get This Sale Wa have a lot of Suits bt 3i kind that sold 810 taSJS We wijl IIfO1 them at I 250 to498 Suit See If your IIthe 1sln tht 10tmd get best of your UeIBoys new goods at cost Spmfe few halt price OO of and Boys lOne at half price toes SboNat2tto Twenty six go jl1li Childrens Canvass Oxfords Sixteen Rodman Glover Lucien Dont Prices Bargain Mens the euchre club last Thursday in of Mrs Mary Wuni of Louisville The prize ful Christy picture was won by Miss Alethaire Medley v Tb guest of h nOr Mr WeIsenwli presented with beautiful embroidered centrepiece Miss Margaret Moore of Lou is of Miss Margaret Spalding Miss Margaret Robertson accimpauied ReV Rogers Monday and wilt spend two Louisville t Miss Ollie White of 0411r4 Ills visiting her anntiMrs iJames Keeling Mr and Mrs Edgar Marliny of Louisville are visiting Mrai Mrtins parents Mrt and Mrs Henry man 1 Get my Book No for Womenij1 Jt will give weak women many ala pble suggestions of stwi with- strIctly Eonfldentlal iiiedcalavkel nt1reTj1 e1PmplYwtl Dr BacineV isThe tell alt about Pr Shoppa IJi1ght Cure these sooBiingt eallHjaulU j icsupposiiortes can be awccetrfully applied to befrect these zkaes- Wrltejor theVfe0oltv The flight Curt is sold TheiRed Or Dfur att th4j UepEtMeM II 1 J 60inch Table Dama4orL3k j64inch white Table D iukf Sfc t IIe 2IncfrwhiteTableDaaak1L1IS oJllki5White Napkin 85c value sale price SdozPine Linen Napkins SJIfTalIM f Mk price doz = =Hemmed 12x26 each 4c HemmedlSx32Towel 5ackrjIcHemmed x42 Towel eaek ju Mfe t t rarjetDeprtCM i itGranitearpCarpets per yd Jit fUnion Ingrain 33carpetsperldool Eslled C 4Oc zloAll wool Ingrain Carpets per yd fI W Mattings 15c grade 1tI Mattgular2Ocicrass Mattings gular 40c gra4I29x12 Brussels Ruf l3JUraae1OS 9x12 Brussells Bufsl850 trade ltOO 1i9x12 tugs 22561 e6Rugs at cut idea t IIClttWI BtpsrtM5 i I AU 92500 2250 and MOote ex cept backs and blvei All 81800 and 1508 Miits I2OS All 1250 and JWOftJHat IJO I These thi oail styles ifWe have some carriedo enhalf priot L c Lot of Men Fm SUrte it- Iitthacot R t I I 1 5SSixty Calf style and this at i Mn his ai1 j gb t pairs Mens OXfordsworth2to250 now I 1149 prs AiI and Patent Oxfords good ffhalf price Jew paTr 1 99c Shoes iiis 2 5 w rth 12 to go at 1 THE ROBERT ONCL YBROOKECOl i tt IrS left ueinida Tenn MIss visitS T1H1 ayeveningL John i fordJis f at9fl7tft1 honor a beauti a hand isville a guest Littlt weeks in V is r Leach 4 retief e Skoofi 4 aad- how t w by t BIe t i k Towels 2 l Sultana j I Velvet j i JIS if- I e t ti 2 t I TatKam WU r I I All UMWiWI wII serrei on the tsbkM- WalkaHo4sLwrJs1jwill t SA BAMR Ickf Fe iii 4 l Tee1i aM W IIIiL ti ij- tql If11 Oro sQaow qLs1 b JIWi jII Fr Iqch7to r= i tir i ios cpoet oth pufr waaNxe Bp lM te pq t we bare d ekt a strid1rlli Ii t1 kI will VibiiWiiio mjiL L dll Z tf UaMwoW 1 rtlbrrp pkIS i oft COWtADafttIN anEi Driven bio ttd QMcksands J 1iI ui Wy to Tourirt df Itew tw Mttfcaui Cowboy pI WI Aw Fie is lIIur 1tj J 1 fJllltai rIJir ss a rsts 1Ia-pktMI1 f brbDp t2 4e nto qurIt otW r i trtMi fte hJsn took III t aI aM WaC- tIIIi dth ea army cap t1f iry Main litIb nnb b4- V Ai h ue d 1fWr rHbIH teU- sf7 t iscosda o Mt rt1 ar SI kfrk IIya 1IiIt 1iH IT WA SHORE FULL HATE UMM ijaueaglel featk K jwCcCittlM JTK beaaet He ra jabiAtc by MI the off slile MM kpicr w the chest and gUiia MmfU dC bear claws tram his neck je iLat thejasi ta up tnIght1 rivalcM md atartea4g joay on a slow iwt alt a he starts he begins to sing I hta featii ttwast a wild mourn i fttl ntt e a chamt alHlac up and inrm ia iog watt iffciKJW Mto the edge jhe dont a4sa Miake mo stop It harts his fctte ttjlMMitate bat the pony saiffs IfcNpr aa dii aad awJaggpff The Injun woi4 arMMtd aad puts It to tk p yiMHc wtth his heels The 4 va wm b baby im fcer arms for wkew 4Mi a t home teW a s iry la court in New T that yen the cal lAlI here It was In brief tIIiK beet and desert ed by b rJowsi bf befj who stolen an IMC of years MM said she fled to this cou try fifitluk c who was a was young At thte jHM b4z brother whom she MHl si In her life was an etc i army and when ai I land be was In a Sfc 1ift i took rooms In Grand MrHt iw York aad music ua Until Jate death Then tile a house on the east we to take At MW day 4 I jtfor MM a pSM g I the tilt rafl tIc Wild nnkhie Idol The brittle JrW of Frank c light Ii ki iaiI aear the a the was met at the Withr S tam ttieuts they tossed df rt rely bla Xk J lu Tm er with ido again defeat hu aMsrI QVOr I y snorts Yawi tJbea o4 It k a good jump as Jo and teMtts pony ti ffeet from tue high teat pony give a bIg M u4e a lot jpirfllnjr inbrt and ills M voder The rider to now ia idnptokIiWiItThe around In his sad dl and uses sunken back as a till pulls up4 It Is a hard for them sands bates to let go their grip B tat last the sa ds gtve a gulp and the Injun stands uj on the PQny knee deep In the quick sands Gated sees his now when Im oft a pro tlonged It was shore fnll of hate OP It looks like the sands git a fresh grip pn that pony as lie sinks and the Injun Is drawn down fast first his waist then his and then his neck Did you notice how the sun drops when It Is half sunk Thats way that Injun go toward the last A ripple fibe Kilo washes up to hlsj mouth He hands out last yell at us starts death chant a note or then there aint no Bache but just a nifty war bOnneh1oaUngBltly he them for a Soiiie where down In them theres a brave with the cows r ii i i eJIal1d Rbs Sister Fi 1 WMM RIfu6e Russia Terrible of Brothers DaYfty in CourtSeekst For Her Deserted Babe OlgaAIO Roasian refugee piia sought temporary the k ftbocked w8csd wedded had AviBg8 iaWoMff father nfttaMtot wkeasae very faiiifce StwteB leftSfec native fp4 taught Mapiagefl gfrInted aa4hgirn lodgers ttfMfcMee appeared i1ititWbip Gamecock I aUKs Lessen Possession Hennery Battling pysstsslou Brigham eKtaMte4mentt iloggoHan HtHBda gamecock met lWIend rIly daeicudiid rjWii memory h1rdt occurred jjKtf beunery Captain lSittKlseeper ttk govenirncnt I iiiliiVTW flo hesltatfM tnvade gntheeocknd pkeasant Connecticut domestic akrJwever jjgNJfeVlkerspurs flecrat aii IYleet hfttShtrt1t equIpef1th obM1so tUrluel liWM IroadsidesI jitelns jumps enough ahdEacbe out Ddbyt thepotiys purchase himself Btnfggle sometimes tapering shoulders allever asudden bubbles tworand iropfea feathers souvenir quicksands mighty njunkeeplng company L From Tells Story Home chll4ren aIye eialmf lapper looking young man whp rented n room and almost immediately began to pays court to his young landlady When he displayed n and told her he wnaa deserter from the Russian army ta avoid being sent to the Siberian mines her sympathy was his When he askedher to marry him she consented The soldIer gave name as Constantine Pabl ff and tojd Mlsg Saramoff that he kuowl brother welL They were married In the Greek chiirch Six weeks afterward the al leged Pablo disappeared and with Win went the savings of his wife Then she went through hla papers and discovered that she hud been married to IiePown brother For weeks after thLs she was Insanir frotH grief nnd ihamp A warrant was issusd forthe broth ers arrest a i tic Bird ln Battle For of a at Cap I 4 4 Tlain Ffanl V Place oru rtwbeaI n by roorter on the l l1L Jt f h 1 faci the one his uniform ills her Joncntdown1mlIn the flrst fcv minutes the fight was fairly even but by the eecoiuPrqund iho pheasant Avaa makhis most ofthc iay Thdir In tho1 tilled the wildbbVd pecked out the vothprs eyitr and from that moment It was all up with the rjaaiccock Btagssring jn hill bluidness ind delIvering fhjllc blows the doaics tic bird was R pitiful sight nud those who watched tiis buttle were glad when with a Ipc ftrcrful stroke thecon queror SevciCd the what ilpe of thc vanquished 11nct nded the struggle JfelloiviJix tlll1all the hens cltidted ooyly tim chiciUt peeped Papa i4 sic victor mil the pheiuniir with n rlordly nfr took possession of Ills new domain IteurlzedMjikRecently nt the Iowa experiment station twenty pigs were fed for a time w tuberculosis cows milk that had not becu pasteurized The twenty pigs tedI wr the raw tuberculosis milk nil died of tHberculosisr and fwo of the other pigs Iliad of the same dlscnse That show jd that pasteurizlnjfthe milk gave 80 ifer cent of the protection J 4 I k 4f IM dakrf amount of nourish k JtIJ Sofl Emvtrton is wfwnourisb 4 Jlnnr IIiU 4L jJL l A Wood and m ck I Iut IaT8Iaoo AND StOO I ii s ooso++o f difMarchj Thrpulh Fire SX iliousanil Hindqs and a select few Eogljsh officials have t recently witnessed in the neigh I borhood of Madras a remarkable religious ceremony the principle actors being Sipivrastas a sect o BrahminiTThe estJvall was called he maich through fire1 and it is appropriate y enough named The procaeditgs were in honor of Brahma fend Vishnu the gods offire and watar Preparations f0r the qoreraony hail been goinsj on fur a mon h A trench twenlythree feet long jnd nineteen feet deep was dug ad in it a fire was kindled A- tsiiisfortyr fanatics who were to demonstrate tlvlr asbestos nature slowly parched around j the furnace bearing the cujious Idols The Soiyrastas WI3 r e cro bed in jellpw tunics and without hesitation entered the tire trench sinking ahymn ifie refrain of wbich was vfGpvindi GoriudaP After walking this artificial Gehenna three times they emerged apparently none the worse bayeestablifor sanctity amjong their peupie London Globe j 0Heat postrate the nerves In the i offsetiStrength depreon You will feel better within 48 Kours after beginning to take such a rejnedy as Dr Shoops Restorative ItS prompt action in i restoring the Weakened nerves is t surprising Of course you wont get entirely strong in a few days but each day you cn actually fee the amprovementr That tired lifeless SPiritless1 willl quickly depart when using the Restorative 1Dr Snoops Restorative will sharpen a tailing appetite it aids digestion it will strengthen the weakened Kid neys and Heart jby simply rebuilding the worn out nerives that these organs pepe 1q upon Test it Jew days ana be convinced Sold by Red Cross DrugStore Kentucky Fair Dates 1i The JfpllovMjng are the dates fixed for holding tbe Kentucky Fairs for 1908 as tar as reported Stanford ny 23qays Georgetown July 28 5days TVmchester August44 days Danville August 5 3 days 105daysjUQIQntownAu2ust i Burkesvilh Augustll 4 days Broadhead August 12 4 days Springfield August 124 days Sbepherdsvilie August 18 ysi August 18 days Carroll Gallatin Owed Tri County Fait Sanders August 194days VdbceburgAugustlo4 days r Ewing Auguot 203 days Shelbyville August25 days London August 253 days Birzibethtown August 25 3 days Burlington August 264 days ysiprgantown Somerset Sept l 4duy8 rdinsburgsePt 13 days Bardstown Sept 24ayFern Creek Sept 24 days Monticell Sept 84 days Hodgenvilie Sept 83 days Glasgowept94days Best the Wirds ftffirds It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica Salve says J w Jenkins of Chapel Hill NC lam convinced its tha best- salve the world affords It cured a felon on my thumb xand it never fails to heal orIwotndto which it is applied 25c at BTaydon Robertsons drug store TreetWhitewashing fruit trees Is a good practice Lime Is a wholesome agent to defend trees as well ag other things from noxious Insects and some other lihi r Before whitewashing tbp loose bar should be rubbed or scraped ofr tshlngtwill not only be helpful In promoting the growth of the tree but will dlposet of the larvae or eggs of insects which prey upon Jt J of tTbeJIt it beneficial In correctIngbe and aids in the bone development III the animal The elements which go bone building animals are imparted to them when they arc enabled to get charcoal and It Is quite as IniportaHt ns salt Charcoal will also tend to pro vent worms in hogs and cattle A Roundabout Reply Darling said u yojing b9sbnnd dietc tblng1wasthI littleIuiriiiac eIlHeNo Im Jsaving tbose formrfrlerils Sheryoii dear self sacrific ing unselfish wan I VTlijpii a man borrows trouble th in iM stiOntst np the principal IKansas City Star g PEOPLE FTfIEDAY Dean of the Senate The recent victory of Senator Wil liam Bi Allison over G vel110rAB Cummins Inlbe lows primaries as sures the veteran statesmap of rer election for a seventh successive term In the United States senate Senator Allisons career has been a very long one When his present term of office expires In March next he will be one day over eighty years of age and will have served In the national legislature fortyfour years thirtysix of them continuously In the senate He entered congress as representative WILLIAM BOYD AZEISOX In the third year of the civil war and was a member of the house for eight yelLrsSSenator Allison is a native of Ohio and a lawyer by profession He was a delegate to the convention that nominated Lincoln and has himself been a leading candidate for nomination aa president of the United States at several national Republican conventions The Domestic Minister Rev Dr Edward Everett Hale has a new title says the Washington Her aid The venerable ehaplalii of the senate called at the state department recently to see Secretary Root H had forgotten that It was diplomatic day at the department When he approached the secretarys door the col ored messenger standing outside said Are you a foreign minister No said the doctor 1 ama domestic minister He passed on in without further question Whenever he appears now at the state department the messenger sa lutes him as Mr Domestic Minister and flings the door wide open Wash Ington Star One on the Conductor This story is told on Oscar Hammer stein Recently as he was going down town OIl a Broadway car The streetcar conductor one of the kind who act like stockholders stood over the opera manager and a vled Did I get your fare Hammerstein was In deep thought and without raising his head quietly replied I guess you did I didnt see you ring it up for the company The conductor found business on the rear platform and the passengers en joyed a hearty laughNey York Times t Fahiily of Lawyers Like all of the family father and sons Charles P aft btother of the Republican standard bearer began his business career as a lawyer In his day Alphonso Taitwas a noted jurist and was further kupwn tofamcl having served in Grants cabinet as attorney general and secretary of war It is Interesting to say the least ttnt Atpbonsos most imous son William H Tuft should have followed in his fathers footsteps to the extent of be coming a federal judge and later to CHABLE3 P TA1T have held In Roosevelts cabinet the Identical portfolio held by his sire in Grants PT1toentercured control of the Cincinnati Times which was later consolidated with the prosperelOtherwell rind it is said that biB fortune runs hyo eight figures Chnrlbs P Taft is popularly credited with foster ling and financing the political asplra Uons of his brother the Republican rnnOIdatc fpr president of the United States S I Keep uown Weeds If the ground Is cultivated often enough no weeds can grow and if the ground for a crop is carefully pre pared before putting In the seed by deep plowing and frequent harrowing the cultivation require after the plants are up need not be more than one Inch deep If this Is done after every rain there can be no weeds and they will become fewer every year while the cultivation will prevent loss ot moisture lu the soil by aordIng loose covering of dry earth White Diarrhea of Hen For white diarrhea ot fowls a tea- spOonful of castor oil followed by live grains of rhubarb and en grains offcarbonate of soda or a grain of During the attack and for a little time after Its abatement the bird should be fed on soft foqd and have no green vegetables IraLyoutig chicks halt a tehspooufuliOjpoUve oil is preferable to castor oIL i 4 boiled rice should be fed Anierican Cultivator I At J the Waist 1 r iJF oS ML Of THE S JfOW j uivantages of Clipping The of clipping the farm horses ate found not only In the great er Comfiort and ease with which they will do heir work but also in the fact that whpu the days work over they will dry off very quickly thus being n condition in which the dust and filth from the days work may be brushed off and the rose made perfectly clean for a good nights rest Not ojily are there greater comfort and a tetter physical ondtUon In the case of the clipped horse but there IIs less danger from scalded shoulders and from h the clipped horse always being dry at night is iii less danger from colds will work more easily and keep In good condition on en on pii less feed to pay the cost of machine and the trouble of clipping which a very simple operation and may be done by any farmer of ordi nary skjlll and a good machine should In ton an ordinary farm a score of year fteally the only difficult part of the wholel work Is in piak1pgup ones mind toj do ItAmerican Cultivator a Sheep flocl Tot average farmer there is no better jiay to get a first class flock than by always keeping the best ewe and breeding to a ram of quality In the course of a few years the best shbep In the flock will beof very notlceaple quality while the poorest stock will be as good as the best of flocks trom which the best have ben so dofteach year Many a man has taken even the scrub varleTtes of sheep and by using a pure bred tam and keeping the best from his progeny has in a fe v years built up a flock of vIr- tually pure bred sheep It is only in the sections of country where little at tentlon Ja paid to sheep rolngtaf men wpud think of letting go or the best ewes for any reasonable prlre Molasses For Horses The Louisiana experiment station reports thus on the use of cane molasses for horses In spite of many reports favorable to the use of molasses for horses the writer Is not irfclined 4o recommend to northern farmers its In discriminate use in place of the cereals and their byproducts As an appetizer und tonic for horses out of condition as a colic preventive and for Improv ing the palatablllty of rations two to three pounds dally of molasses un doubtedly would prove productive of satisfactory results Bath a Month Apparently the people of Persia are not great believers In the old maxim Cleanliness is next to godliness for baths are only taken once a month by the people when they go to the public baths and make amends so to speak for the Infrequency of their ablutions by spending a whole day getting clean ed and trimmed At the baths they are washed shaved dye their hair and nails get shampooed and spend the rest of the day eating bunsand drink lag sherbet There are fixed days for men and women and on bath days a man goes about the streets shouting Hamum Bath dayl After the bath the ladles have their hair plaited In a number Qf thin plaits which are not opened and combed out until the next bath day comes round Thought Only of the Dynamite Some grim stories are told of Lord Kitchener says the United States Ga sette and we have read one which although we cannot vouch for this truth tins n decided Kitchener flavor bout Jt young subaltern who was n charge of some works that were in nurse of couKtructlon In the Punjab sail the misfortune to lose OU1tnnI ire workmen through an accident vlib dJnnniltelKwirful of n repel and from headquarters he tctejrranb r to the commander In chief Regret report killing of twelvi laborers by untniiu ncTldcnt Buck Is suld to vt coino thi laconic wcss geDoI- U want any more druamUet Hire KMjnjt TnilU iii Never Suspect It Prevftlencr of KIdaer Disease M9st people do not realize the atarmIIne increase and remarkable of kidney disease VVhUektdneydjs drders are the most common disease that prevail they are almost theJast- recogntz d by patient and phy sicians icAo content tkemielcet flrilIinaldiuaTh is comfort in the knowledge es often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wIsh m caring rheumatism pain in tire back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water arid scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use pf liquor wine beer and overcomes that unpleasant OfI cessity of being compelled to go dtiring the day and to get up many times daring the night The mild and the extraCKdin efIccto sWRHlis soon realized It stands the highest 1for its wonderful cureS bf the most dis tres ing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best SOld b7drug gists in fiftyceMt and cmeidollat sizes You mVhavea MMple bottle and a book thatt tells bymail Address D- rXilmerCo Jug katoa N Y Whiii IIpaHtw- riting Btentipn tlJilil paper and dont J make say mistake but remember the name Dr Xil iers and the address Binghamton N Y i = i 7W T I Pains at the waist back front or side are iearIy sur of fmaletroubleSome other Scnsare heedache rest1nessrtspagis may allayed the Systa tracedand the functions regulated by the tise Qf Wine of Cardiiii q 1 1 iItr F Mrs Annie Hamilton of WIs writes saved the 0 from the grave after three 3 doctors had failed t1eIp me It is a gOocLrnicineand 1 recommend it to all suffering women For sale at Jl drnists UITEUSA LETTER mPi L J TDJHIGD GRADE THE COMMERCIAL BRANCHES fycLuoaf 71E9ilIftIYYJ TAuuolFAunm l SOISII1IlEEPIlIGBYIWL 5RADUATES SECUREmTE DDRESs BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS PSTIONsCIJbJeuprvE advantages Is meSspIlIaiU1 jitartlnf lambs A if II A ibuuik re all- aboatitbethsentfre SwampRoot proof womanly Stetsonville CardtW inI1b SCIJQ TIME ATj THE POLES It Is Practically Any Hour of the Day You Please Those who are conversant with the use of globes know that all the mend tans of longitude starting from the equator converge toward and meet at the poles They know too that longi tude signifies time und that difference of longitude is difference In time They know very well that when It is noon in London it Is about 7 oclock In the morning in Boston and that when it Is noon In San Francisco It is about a quarter past 3 In the af teruoon In New York Now as the meridian bf London ex tends to the north pole It necessarily ensues that when it Isinoon In the English capital It must arso be noon at the north pole In a similar manner when it is noon at Boston or hi San Francis co or at Pekin or any other place situated In the northern hemisphere it follows that it must jiTsi bo noon at the pole because nil the meridians of those places unite at the nQrth pole Therefore it Is noon all day long at the Pjj3 ottimedas correct to say that ltJs a place where there Ja a preponderance of time for it Is practically any time of day during the wo1e tFentyfbur hours or Indec through the year In fact a resident ntfhc north pole could make It any time of day he might choose to elect with the con sciousness that It would be the right time A POETS DIELr t lyrons Strenuou Efforts is Keep Himself From Getting Fat I You mention Brownings idea that starvation was the cure for nil the ills of the flesh his own at Jany rate says a correspondent Browning was not the only poet with peculiar views on the subject One of Byrons chief fears was that of becoming fat and to avoid It be often resorted to extr or dlnary systems of diet At Athens he lived mainly on rice and vinegar jand water Later he confined himself to sir biscuits a day and tea lit 1816 hd had so restricted his diet that be was obliged to keep down hunger by chew lug mastic and tobacco Don Juan jtfas written on gin rind water n Byron It has been pointed out was one of those foredoomed by their con stitutions to fatness in middle life whether they eat much br little rind his victory over nature in this respect for he succeeded in reducing himself by theso violent uithpdsbaS been quoted as one of the mpst remarkable achievements of the human will eon sidering all the circumstances It must have been hitter to him to see such a man as Beau B uminel who ate and drank freely and took no exercise re taming without an effort all the elo gance of figure that was his greatest gift No wonder Byrons was thV po etry of gloornLpndon News A Tailors Advertlsenfent 1734 This is to give Notice to all Gentlemen and others That they may haw good Druggets Supithle and Dnro Suits made well mid fashionable fbr the first size Meh at 3 lOsa suit and the larger size at 4 Cloth Serge torn monty called by the Name of German Serge suits for 4 and 4 lOs Livery suits for 4 and4 lOs Colored and black Cloth suits for 5 and lOs At the Two Golden Ballsn great Hart streettthe upper end of Bow street CoyeutGarden Also norsetncus great Coats to be sold ready made nt 20s rulnJGownsCuJlhuullcoboth bags rpady made at IGs each blue nockiers ready made Superfine btnrk Cloth at 15s per Yard1Il4gs Journal 1734 Tea Tabl Etiquette A hundred years or more ago there uJn quaint ten tahlt etiquette U was considered a ljok of courtesy to take much cream or sugar In ones tea Etiquette demanded that the tea shpiild be tasted from tin spoon and that the hostess should then Inquire Is your tea agreeable Modern women would be shocked by a fashionable lady of those days who cook d her tea with her breath yet Young rote of a certap bewildering Lady Bitty Hr twfl red lips aJortpd zephyrs blow To cnl the Ilhen und Inflame thV beau Vhlvonj Mte liiKei and a thumb con till1n To Ut the vup arid nuke the worth tare A City and Its Press In some respects a modern city re pembfpa a vast commercial house In couimerco ndvertlseuieht Is the secret of success and till must successful Coadjutors of the municipality In t cpe velopment anti p nint ofn ctlplhdare the newspaper And here Berlin te lacking HP prosH on nt hopelessly low level ln ovi rlslied without enter prise nnder Jfhiv thiituh of the nuthqrt ties In Luniliiti NVw York nnd Paris the press tins nvoltt lf dtQr ftDg riclty London Oiitlipk Ilbe War Ajiliist C StJtAll nations are endeavorinjir to check the ravages of consumption the white plague that claims so many victnns each year Foleys HQMJ and Tar cures coughs andcold per fectly aodyou are in no dallIer ooHSHMption Do not rl V your health by taking Mite unknpwh preparation rhea JFoley s H oney and Tar k safe- id certaiti in results Haydpn Jobertson 7 i Writ vIccIescrlJ today brafree fIIyMpe Book f We Jfyes Md M Wt rtwItltdles Mvl5eiy Dejt The MeIdH c 0II T s h 5 r iti THECAMPAiNKif- f C O Who Will Be President tiS l I LTo form yjur 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