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WT J r 1A1fUsp IN 1 t1i i i t v II1J4l xv K ks i t SPRINGFIELD COUNTY KENTUCKY 16 1908 fOO PER YEAZ d i IjiF TRUSTY t jPRACTICAL DENTiSTI O c OTee B To Barber J bleiPdc t workguanteed8PRINIELD Kt- II y pmZt4iCO4t17 att 4WasMsat4Q C4fy1Itsa tk iQiy u HI- 1f i Irx 1tfa ak of NlsiMjttita4lct Taks ts1rapk ad te1ioe 1 IIItPE oMcet1or1illi1Ibtt t 17Qoj ttiow f a oty l3 M priij4itLYeU Cgrer r Hon Bee JakiMMHi Brdto Ky iattiye M Keatttcky L ff- itiCjAwt r Iy YiC iCcChdrd Jtefrt tatiye 1Stne5HilateHoa r v ft ntoDSlisVUe KT flutty jlracley CIRCUIT cOURT Ckenit CpWrt begi llOtl tilt fewrtk- ii 1ia T Kar y fay adOcto wbi IIL Tkras JiiJSs It 14 DtiIo1owt1tk At- ey jft AToc Clerk- M GLea taaaaKa at OIS5- II QUAXTZVY cqURT Qaniiily Coastis MoetkiXd 4a1is eakJIIOtlt1l 3J4qLitsey Jg COUNTY COUR CLnt7 Cut eet onrtiefoartb 7i t4ckth vi Woheri ctc1erayeCoitzity tosii- 1 gcreCatLett3aIlar 4de 1 qOeaesker gam ABderfM Dick I1aai Herbert Eddk lt1I Mutccs l1ie Jat f Xoore County Smrreyoi t P Oryan i Awessor w T ik1lellDetr obertNeaTreaSarer JMjiUtttro egOcOHt Japt Jta of ComOri sl POprbIfl5ld Mi CITY COURT 4aas RMoe outc Jdge JeGraceIKatshaliI w TGdgabyCity Attorney i JUSTICE COURT Jntlc Comrt are held Is Janmary rlf dpril UDdOctob t 4 Church 01rctory H6QISl CHURCH TG W Lyb2astOr Sex ykeso the First ina Tiird Sunday Inackonth at11a m anti 739 p m S day School every Snmday at 10 atGrayer ielng every Wedmesday aigkt T J h CATHOLic CHURCH R aessay Pastor Ser- Tle irUYeer Sjma Jar at 8 and lfl oclocl a 21 Srvlckat St Ro e sa Be hours t 2 v iJPJUISBTTERIAN CHURCH yB E C taw8on Pastor PriMMJWal everSti1lldatat 11 Lm iM4 i pit da1ICbootev- lrtIliiLyt IQ t JI Prayer eeti e TkrldaY syslng at 7 OJocl BAPTIST CHURCH Rer W HwtiiOB WiJUam Pastor PreacBiHt every Sunday at 1J aa ax4 745 pm Sunday School even- SKiadayat930 a a Prayer leetinj tieryTJ eyentng at745OCJOcl CHRISTIAN CRUnCH V rW F Rogers Pastor Ser lr vfceafirst arid fourth Sunday Sunday school 9 uam 0 OrderrI LXSONic rODG8 Spriugfleid lodgi s l SO aaeets first and third Moada ach month Wa hiHgtoHR A Chapter NoS eets cv ryaecoJ1d Tuesday S rHefield Council Ho 52 meets or ley srtkMOnda nGKTS9f THK MACAaZ5Meet V HUt i V ineachme KoJ Forf 1Indigestion thiarantee CjpiIa twsihlrs rtlft b4114 7M sas sst1j i kMI c bSS 1ss wW rSIssI yc sy rr7 ik PM NSM s 4c at t r N 4 DgJstaWhatYouEAM 55fb Mcfrt Tib- DRUfiames STORE iT = j L JULY 1 i iI 1fr MH Re ultleftsl Noise The oratons la silyer tones Thfcirgmdeot vofce raise To teirjto shreds some candidate And 1ganotheifs prats 4c But when election day appears The Xeliiwli will be heard D cidiQje the momentous case 1 Who do toot say a word Upon acpraer of the street The talking ones hold swayc The peopelisten for awhile uTt ljiJia They might as well Attempt to prove The moon is made of cheese The voters listen to the chaff And vote just as they pleasef The orators are full of noise And loaded to the guards With factsthat prove the rich prevail Becausethey stack the cards The weary voter stands around And listens more or lessjBut when he comes to cast his vote He takes another guess In a republic spouting is A portion of the scheme It gives the persons b ttl dupjA chance to let off steam But noise is not tbebar e on which The greater numbers float The candidate who wins isjhe Who has the silent vote ExI InEW SGHQOL county school law makes a number of very radical changes in the government otI the common sjchuols of the coun ty and ttieie will doubtless bet some confusion to arise b foreii the people Ijecame familiar with tBe workings of the new Jew There is a changein the manner of electing trustees and a change in the duties oftha trustees The Jaw provides that one trustee be leced for each school and that the election shairbeljy secret ballott much after the election of otlier county officials It does away to wonnten voting as it was permitted in the elecI tiqn of school trustees under the old11t as thel1 provides that only maw citizens over twenty one years of age be permitted to vote for the trustee in his school distiict The work of dividing the county into school districts has been about comple ted There will be in alt about fifty school districts in the counr tyand consequently there will be an ejection of a like number of trustees The county is djvi ded into six educational districts and these districts are subdivided into school districts Graded schools are exempt from the operations of the law The iew law appears tQbean improvement over the old but like all new llaws iit needs to be tried out before its merits canObe de termined fi tbe of Kentucky Tennessee and In liana to form an almagation of these and thus form a gigantic combine of all of the tobacco growers or ani tions The latest meeting of the promoters of this combine was b 1dat the home of Felix Gr Ewing general manager of the Planters Protective Association at Springfield Tenn Adispateh rom that place mentioned moner those ptespnt The Hon Felix G Ewing the Hon Charles H Port and tbe BonY loeL H Port representing the 3 jl Agriculture of Kentucky andr Mr Clarenc Lebus and Miss Alice Lloyd of the Burley divis ion oLthe Society of Equity Th presence fall of these tobacco men including Miss Loyd is explaine4v They each represented one of the several but what interestt C RankIn at the meeting is nott nade clear by the dispatch Per haps it is at those meetings that Mr RanKin g6is his figures On the tobacco CrPp which be sends outms reports and in which he estimate this years crop of Burley tobaccoj Kentucky at from five to seven million pounds ww v tlm 1E NEWS 4EADI3R T IEIlYua lit9 rE3ir 1wThe1n- ew AEseveraHobacco Organizations organizations jlM organizations worlhyOommissidner lYAii FAIRS There strong rivalry ndcousid erable feling being indulgedl iin between the managers of the kk Danfille Fair and the promoters of the Fair at Harrod burg Both events are announced for the same date and as neithfer will give in the chances 4re bright for a warm contest whjen the time comes to bldfor the crpwd and fcr he attractiqnsi The Secretary of the Mercer County Fiiir AssociatiDA pub Jishes a lpng card in the Bar rodsburg Herald it which td tells of a deep darft plot on the part of the Danville Fair people to destroy the Perry ville lair By refusing to oncede a date the Harrodsburd fair people claim that the iceasofthe Danville fair thought to force Hacrodsburg to set the date of its fair on August 12th pr the same da eoftbe Perryvilleand of the Springfield fairs Secre tary Ensminger in his card says To force Harrodsburg into a conflict with Perry illeon this side after Springfield had been bolstered up to hold the same date on the other ivpuld have accomplished the desired result and at the same time 1lfCithe inlPPerr ville and regain their favor and SOppolltWe dont beleive that as Tar as the officers of the Springfield Fair are concerned they are guilty of being bolstered up It is unfortu nate thatthe dates oft e Spring field and of the Perryville fairs should conflict ttutit was one of those unfrtunate coincidents Springfields date was set early in Ithe season and the Fair con paiy ssimply held to it W- uifuseto beleive that the officers of the Washington County Fair were bolstered up There is more Catarrh in this section of he country than allother diseases put toother and until the last few year was supposed 10 be incurable For pgroat many years doctors pronounced ita local disease and prescribed local remediesandbV constantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Sckncehas proyen catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requiresi constitutional treatment Halls Qatarm Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only constitutional cure on the market It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a ttaspoonful It acts directly on the blotd and mu cous surfaces of the system They offer one hundred dollars for any case itJ fails to cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address F J CHENEY CO To ileBo Ohio Sold by Druggists 75c Take Halls Familyrills for Obnsti pal ol1 Fine Crop of Burley Fayette county can boast of the largest and finestcrop of to bacco hi the entire White Burley belt of Kentucky It belongs to VH S Halley who altogether baLabout eighty adres of weed forty on thE Pepper place near Lexington and about an equal amount on hisfarm near Paynes Depot The plants have all been set out and are growing beauti fully Only by employing arm ed guards who patrol his tobacco fiel4s all night however has he been abletp bring about his crop Dr valley has just had his growing tobacco with the guards on patrol duty photogiaped which will appear soon in the magazine supplement of the CourierJournal When the crop isready to cut Dr Halley will not take any chances by storing his tobacco in barns on his farm but he will itisstated have it cut and hauled immedi aely to the city and pi ced in storage there where itcan be under police and fire protection Harrodsburg Herald f wIt Cant Be Beat iThe bstpf all teachers Is experi 1eJ1ce C M Harden of Silver City ElectricIBitters does all thats claimed for it For Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles it cant be beatI have ried lt p nd find it a most excellent medicine Mr Harden is right its the best of all medicines also for weaknesslame runLn nettoo for chills and malaria Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drugstore Ocif Blowing Viper oTwosmall children Kf Mr James Cooper wto Jives near- S Or gori are lying at the point of death as a result beach one being bitten oth the leg by a snake of the blowing viper species on last Saturday Q ing It was after nightfall that alranwere heard by their father to scream He ran to theni arfdV saw tbe snaRe wbjch was an unusually large one glide off into thes weeds but was unable to chiJ1drentbateaChjonet epf i the two children drank almost a quart and sent atobcfffot physician The legs upon whcb the children were bitten are each swollen to almost the size of the j childs body and have turned black The attending physician says it will take five days to determine whether the children will recover W have known in the wes many families to keep a bottle of turpentine for snakebitesand iitlis said that when the mouth ofa bottle of turpentine is turned over a fresh snake bite the poiscin may be seen as it js drawn from the wound to pass up through the turpentine and settle at the top It is almost a good rule not to let a person go to sleep for many hours after being bitten bya poisonous snake as the poison is more active when the patient is sleeping Harrodsburg Herald This is what Hon Jake Moore State Warden of Georgia says of Ko dol For Dyspepsia E C DeW tt Co Chicago Deal SirarI have suffered more than tvrenty years from indigestion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my stomach I llost 25 lbs5 in fact I made up my mind that I could not live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kodol I con sented to try it to please him and was better in one day I now yreigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better heilththan for many years ltdol did it I keep a qoltle constaiit ly and write this hoping that human ity mgy be benefited Yours very truly Jake Cj Moore Atlanta Aug 10 190 Said by Red Cross Pharmacy Jersey Farms The island of Jersey is about eight miles long and six miles wide about the s ze of Staten Island New York Harbor Rocky cliffs bound its coast The Soil is not very fertile but its productiveness is increased riCUI1turetints more than three to the landtwhich rentarloffarms vary from three to thirty acres and herds exceeding a dozen cbws are very rare Lands and grass are so valuable that cattle are never allowed to roam at large but are alHetber ed and are moved several tmes a day Very little grain is fed but In addition to grass and hay the 6attle get plenty of roots chiefly parsnips Ex Delay in commencing treatment for a slight irregularity that could have been cured quickly by disease Remedy may Foleya result in aFolevsKidneyI builds up the worn out tissues and atrengthens these organs Commence taking it today Haydon Roertsp- uWOVaught Prclf W p Vaughty son of Mr and Mrs E Po Vaught of Harrods6prg has been elected principal of tho Graded SchoOl I at Yersailles For the past year Mr Vaught has been teaching in the Baptist College at Bards town He formerly taught a private schooll at Varsailles and then became principal of the graded school at Huntsville r nnHe was elected over bout twentyfive other applicants as the pin6ploftheVersiiIles schoo Mr Vausht is now in Chau tauqua N Y where he will inpedagCgysome time in August He is a coJegebrtd man and educator Qf fine ability Harrodsburg DemocratIProf Vanghtv married Miss Florence Gray daughter of S R Gray of this place and is well j known Sprfngfield On MIt Csik CurOI- t Fer uu C 1T SUES FOR DIVORCE L l Mrs Margaret R Crosby Sues Dr D A Crosby for Divorce A case of more than ordinary interest was tiled in the circuit courtrbn last Friday by John W Lewis as attorney for Margaret R Crosby who seeks a legal separation from her husband Dr DA Cr byDfCrosbyjs physicianslif1 practice iii the Texas neighbor jhood where he lives Both DrI and Mrs Crosby have a large circle of friends throughout the county V The petition in part is as fol lowsITbej plaintiff states that she was married td the defendant D A Crosby in the year 1898 and that they have lived together continuously as man and wife until tlreSth day of July 1908 at which time defendant without atiy fault art her part separated from left and aban don d her and stated to her that jhe will not 1live with her anymore and never intends to live with her ant refuses to and has not siptc + said time lived with jher Defendant has stated to jher repeatedly tbat he did not love her and was in love with and preferred another woman and her society and association and company to that of plaintiff and has neglectedl plaintiff and has refused to aOcontnypl iin tiff and tostay with her and tpgiye her the attention consideration affection and companionship to Defenloantthat thejv were rn ismatd and has gonrwith said W9raan in the presence of plaintiff leaving her alon Deiendant has habitu ally behaved towards her for not less than six months in such cruelIanJ inhuman manner as to indicate settled ave sion to her and to destroy permanently her peace arid happiness Plaintiff says that she has always treated defendant inakmd and affec tionate imanner and has ever been to him a faithful dutiful kind and affectioriatei wife up to the timej def ndant put her away and abandoned her as aforesaid Therefore she brings this suit and prays fjr a divorce from the bonds of matrimony and to be restored to her maIden name Margaret B Robertson and aUother generall special and prperreief It istsaid that Dr Crosby will not doiitest the suit and thattthe terms of the separation have been mutually agreed on Boto Dr and Mrs Crosby are natives of Shelby county and haye been liviD gj here about ten years The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the he U g others promise but fall to perform says Mrs E H Pies l1of Auburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and luntrjoiibie ot long standing that other treatments relieved only tern porarily New Discover tt is doing me itsIhealth tI This renowned c ugh and coil remedy and throat and lung hjsalexis sold at Hadon Roberjtsons drugstore SOc and 100 Trial bottle free Gets Judgment for 1000 4 1J1 The suit oftf L Payne ai gaiiisfthe Loilisville Nashville Railroad Co for 5OOQ damage occupied the time of circuit court for the firstthree daT s of the special sesfon which began Monday wih Judge H Thurman presiding The case has been tried four tim hereto fore and on one of thesn occa ions the plaintiff secured a jugd ment for 1500 Afterwards the coqrt of appeals revcrsed the judgment on the grounds that it was excessive The fifth trial was com Dieted Wednesday after noon tha jury taking the matter under consideration at 9 oclock yesterday morning After delib erating the whole of yesterday the jury late in the afternoon returned a verdict in favor of Paynejlejt haod4he alleged in attempting to alight from a passenger train at Jhedepot He lamed that affcef getting off the train a i I which was in motion he ran into an obstruction near the track which threw him to the ground his left hand falling across the trackfThe suit of Ben Reynols al minor against the Boyer Wheel inIjuriesy tained while at work at defend ants jlant was called for trial wcrjc1Ifinished until late in the after noon after whichi court adjourn ed until Saturday tnorningJ Lebanon EntaiBnse Health Coffee ia really the cloaest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced This clever Coffee Substitute was re cently produced by Dr Shopp of Racine Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr Snoops Health Coffee is made rrom rpiire tasted Fea1lyitdrink it for Coffee No 2Q 30 min utes tedious boiling Jadeina minute jsays the doqtor Sold bj McElroYShaderj Night Riders On t Warpath In Ohio RipleyO July 10 Ugiuce the sodiers have lleft this vicinity the night riders have again be come active Charles Seipelt a farmer on Pigby Ridge was visited by about ten men but he opened fire and drove thejn away Some time ago Seipelt was taken from his home bya band of night riders and coin 1 pelled tc witness tbEY scraping of histtobacco bedg Last night about 10 oclock Seipelt uent to the well to get a drink of water Several men arose from the weeds and one said uWe wam you4 Not me Replied Seipelt as he retreated to the hous at the sametime drawing his revblver As the men approached Set pelt opened flrerHe fired four shots and the crown fled down the hilt Seipelt followed but could not get sight of the nand to tire again Ode of the men called backutNe will get you yet Seipelt telephoned to Marshal Dan Miller of Ripley wbohui rigd to toe scene with a posse of tobacco growers and made a search for the riders The men had horses hidden m aclump of woods some distance from Sei pelts home Seipelt does no know whether he Wounded any of the riders v Pain will tdepart in exactly 20 minutes if one of Dr Shoops Pink Pain Tablets is taken Pajn anywhere Remember pain always means con- g stion blood pressure nothing else Headache is blood pressure toothache is blood pressure on the sensitive nerve Dr Shoopjs Headache Tablets also called Pink Pain Tablets qui kyandsafely coax this blood pressure away from pain centers Painful periods wits woman get in stant relief 20 Tablets 2cSold iby Red Cross Drug 8torrY nO renewed tha Water Could you do onieihtng for a poor old sailor uskod n vniidcrer nt the rear door of a suburban hjouse one morning rotvntiy Poor1d snllorU echoed the house wife who bad opened tUe door Yes Ill ollowed tbe water for twenty years Well said the lady ns she slammed thejdoor In the face of her unwelcome visitor ail Ive got to say Is you cer fnlnly dont look as though you bad ever caught ItLondon Answers 1AIexandrIa Egypt AH corresnoUdvnts with Egypt In nfl parts of the world should be warned that It Is necessary to put the word Egypt onn1l communications ad dressed to All al drln as a great deal of trouble undo annoyance has been caused owing to communications ad dressed to the Egyptian city being tie livered to Scotland Canada New South Wales Cape Colony ItalyMho United States of America and other countries where towns of the sameTndme exist Egyptian Gazette Alexandria 1The Berliner On the theory that might goes before right the Berliner fights his way past old ladles and tiretl woraeulnto crowded tram CUtS antfl ruthlessly jostles from his path the passerby in the streets with an obstinate Insolence that goads the visitor accustomed tithe higher civilization of otber apltate to Impotent fpry Berlin Ct London Oatlook 0 A Good CarrIa t Never neglect togo thrpaglj f Bomo daily exercises which will keepfithe tnuscloa In order the bead erect tbV shoulders well thrown back Carriage stands you In good stead even involdi age Not Particular as te Wtajioni The waiter girl knew a thing c two Kbout table cttqcttev so scqrnfully nabe saKl ibenlfedIcustom to isorve a k1fc NQr remarked The prise Tfhpn UHug pie an M r JudgeC B Butner Dead LastToesdaj afternooli at two oclock Judge G B Butner died at his home in Tyrone this county ofe complication of diseases About four months ago jbiswife was horrfbiy herInouehoJdthi raIcefveawife Judge Butne has never been really well and those who saw jhinr in attendance at the last term of the circuit court re marked upon hjs failinjrheaith The Judge would have been eightyfour years oM had he ived until August of this year He was born in Washington county Kentucky and in earls nunhood taught schrol and studied law lie was elected and served as county attorney f that county a number 0- 13aIrs liter removing toHar rodsburp where be took up tht practice and then came to Lavw encebufg some twenty year 19He practiced here for j number 6f years shevn daally his age forced him to r tire fron active practice Soofe two d three years agJb was ipl ctec Police Judge of Tyrone arid wass serving in that capacity Whet ne died Daring the llater year of his life ana whil onth bench he did much to make th little citypf Tyrone one that iV noted for peace and good order In his career as police judge nt Knew no favorites rich and pool Were the same to him and the lawyers who practiced before him as well as persons accued of minor offeoses unanimously awaygavtbem Judge Butner was a self made wan What he did helccom pushed through his own effdrtis H sear4y education was obtained ulJatdedlBnclbis life throughout was oneTfre from censure In many resjiectS ftef Waskvi iqu character In the couduct 01 his casesJth6 fpllow dahft rulos of the older members of the bar He was possessed of a fine vein of humor and laetfer tiledto get some fun out of thei cases tred by h s lftprin which he was copnset The interment took place in the Lawrenceburg cemetery pn Wednesday afternoon Ander son News StaVed tto Death is what could be truthfully s1d pf uanj children who die They have worms poor little Jthings tke v dont know It and you dont realize it If your child iis cross fretful pasty cumple1oned1and loses weigntior no a parentreaon give ltWhite8 cream Vpmifuge you willi be surprised att the results and how quickly it pick up Sold by Red Cross Dru toreft Another Klrlf When Jphuny Hobbs loft his hone up among tho Sievty Hampshire hills to visit his grandmother in Worcester Mass be was cautioned by his mother that be wonldiflnd things In the city strangely different from those at home e3rJYltttrnoongrandmother who lived most simply told hUn to run out to the pantry nod jet n bowl ofinljlr which she had left there for a hungry boy A moment later she followed him and to her amazement beheld her grandson bravely at work on a bowl of spearmint tear which she had forget fully put in the plac where she had told him td find the mljb IThychtf sh crIed seizing the bowl from poor Johnny dont yon know this Isnt milk 1I knew It wasnt like HHlbpry milk stammered Johnny with 4 final gulp but thought maybe It was the kind folks had In Worcester A Musical Spider The extraordinary uiuslcal Bcnsltlve ness of spiders has several times been proved Every pue tins heard of Pel llssons spider Cuiier pf thunfbr ItIit brutally Gretrjv the opaipaisiv speilks of n aTorlhi sptdIwhWbdN alabg its thnadJMJiBbk fiiB soon nsbe played ttnis at Brusseb Rti yistarges- piderissut trom llersirtcfii pint form niidllieu tot m Ijae gay three concerts tit Jbe jteiue hall and on each occ nlon the spider 8pp refParis IlerVe Sailing Clulw JytbeWifnownestobllsbed In tbi year liQ Til r ml8 were uH und from that pw4d until early In the nlneiet tk c atti rTAcUtlng developed btItlowJr IIs J1812 hit Cowes Vaclit club WM fota- da4Ijb some nftyflve yacktaae- Siovethatt 1nte f jtitthg association haY mphJt groijr Is nurn aa4 strtntlza1I over Esre I14J lea- Zew York Anerlcaa o i ibriit should i3e like J kett qtmlile teAubrtTfIt Vera t 1 SUI3SRJPflOM l 1OO41EhR tfV WASHiNGTON tktitHJadge III h f Bryan and Kir J iDenver July 11 31IaPJ4 Kern William Jenomgs Bryr 1r1 of Hfebraskar for r Wt John WKrllar Indintfor Vicei President Thir ie the J ticket that the Drsocrabs Q1II Jcountry have eIeedjd to oppose Tat t andvShrtaifr Jlj j The nomination of Xta ciHt esterday afternoon at tlM titf iA the Cession of Ute National y Democratic UoiyenlkH aid t though Charles A TpwAe Qti lNew Xork OarkJQloe rGeorgia and Archibfl T tl lJit If Connecticut were placed fa tnomination all were th1rYJlL and Kern was chosen by aoela i j jtjOJrnfdshortly after the nOmlhati9JilI The menQjbers f the steering f fcpmmttee got their he ipft Aether and communicated w th Mr Brvan asu was theg ieral- ruiments of the dIejEta otiillaf the nominee to Mlet ihe i uaflhhe dediredjto be rith his ntH tick kFinally just beti t ore the convention was called order the 3ta ement wtsmadt I hit Kern bad beefl d cided ilp on as the most aVaiiable eiimdii 4 ate und that jhe would receive hesupport of tha nHjoritjy for he plate Tbeu this announce u nt was wii hdrawn aid It wa rated that theeerI liittLie tad concluded n tt piaIc Si iy recommendations feat ipf al tow the convention toskr ilii own course However tbt work jClad been done and whek Chairi ma v Clayton called the delegate ttlo prder it was a ferefpwj con 11fclusion that the lodjaB maa would be thacandidate 4 t t1 There were few eiiii fcie J tures to the final seseioaofeCht on7ention QJlie jamspe wd jL d fprallargtrpirfc of the tiie and he was orteofc the most poraii nejjt figure oa the floor TS iwas t p dpabt that hs1couIt iH haclthenolnnation f lh Vft v f j Presidency he desirgJTN George Fred WiUiami fo lltlpf tfjchasetts declared tsJ i tate bad plannd to yql frOllie James of Kentucky b r X is that gentlema h4t tectiiiid t JKernThe greater nunabero i3 e 1rdelegAtes are today letiyiBcI Dja tyer but many otr them jfilf4a r1 main for a few days ki JIIIii sights or to makeaJ IrIttiJ tsurrothtdiugciosaiijf y SAGINeIvics 4 n4r aMy4 to a good old aye a V iMHittj v have kept kealtJjy Tie eet tT to kasp atbJf I w see tli4 yor 74L JIoesits duty365 lays oaoTWsonly way to otkIl tohRal I a bln inUic hitver your Jtr r getslsacth N fz per bottl SollllJytee cStore nj Kentucky Fair ID The Jollqwiagir5hS4isbfixed for holdim tbKstscky I Fairs tor 1908 aitarasrIpirisa iif Stanford ul1t ft3 dapi + G 28 I dsi L t W rlCetowEIr sb44sjs 4 jJ 5 I Lexington AiiitlO5 4 TT0K atowfir Anl15dBurkesville Aigti4sa t l rBidAisjI2 i8priigeW J Agi4i2y ISbepbrcLviII Aat 1 j 4 daysr i Lawrenceburg Atle i 11 days 3r Carroll GaUtiOu rrt r4JCoiajit Falrs 1 19a 1 AuM1O4 iiy trbI ci 0 Aiigit Iaii Z Sb51bvi1lerAIM4 Loue AgM 4 L 1r 2 E1izThsthtoa aL is 8days c BurJiiltP 4 GarjsAu elM- orgtown Aig V38 14 d ttaN ilot rti tpI 144 Biiown S 24 A r Pm t 8pt44 dam Moitticellr fii 84jsHodgeitvill Ssp J 4prG4ow pi4tW mmrntIL 1fLa- ev r I7l II ijta WVEEsM certify that r Illif t YkWart J ht FejsWjRsdy em f- liti IsI s ltit rPLT T jilt NfWSLfADER t T Um TBATTK9MDAT L LDY13OH Jrpsftt I THURSDAY JIJIrfY If i Ji A W are OOrIaedO asQ4- ac t Jk K JOflSOs a cAndidatej ytIctbos tO Cont th1anI it Jte iMtk Co rreefcibal District Jlaeycttoa to tie action of tke pDrtic trty 4 P JRIFFhWe areUtorIaedto announce A C thXJhIfluufor8herUr of Washington cijttothe action of the faticNrlY Dep tiesRichard thUaeetitaaiMkri JtodHufertVirgin ye t We are a thOti1d to announce S J Aaaenea as a candidate for Sheriff WakIttosicoitysubject tothe a iI fi adioaor the Democratic party 4 j ij tDepM ttK Wdle aBf Sam Bale GMirrePMrellaMcBYIOR CrQake t H O account fthe fight be Cumberland Tele the pbot dp aid tbs city council l ijbeeiT at Lebamon iid cut oft l Ire all communication by tele t i pJxi with tta oaUide world TW Cumberland peoplb refused V to bid on the franchise which wa sold at public sale for the rfMoii that the rates fixed b 4 tbi frattcWae did not alrEE1witb ti tb jbedule ol the company i tiT lepqoDe people announce that they wllf remove all poles WirHalid their entire plant w tLebanon and will not re I iMtatc them It the city count cirbf Lebanon is wise it wD ake the advice of those towns VV wnich bave had the same ex perLfrnce with the CumberlandJ Telephone Co and will corn I t pro t mise the matter acd retain the r service Their rates maj appear a little high but the giyifi a service that no other telephoneJ compay is in ajflQS1t J tiom togive 4 11Ijp I fettinf iifi itefwork A big tear itU12oc Ly people of Louisville plunged through w broken bndg eSday night and all were more or severely injured It jii tJuiht that Eichard Menefed one of the victims will die The bridge through which the ma chine lEplunged4 between Spencer and Bulltt tcointie and was left open vcittv put any danger signals It was tA aregular death trap second only Chp effectiveness to the automo bile itself AgriIrculture from reports received r from various states producing tobacco has compiled an estmate of the acreage and condition of the growing crop on July 1st I The acreage for Kentucky iiF placed jat 73 as against 88 fQr 1907 The condition for this year is 80 against 78 last year- f t Goy WilVson has declined to it allah ttra session for the pURge of itbe county unit bill aid so wrote to the secretary of 1i ctbtrljexington Methodist confer ie ce which recently passed re rI J solations jsking him to convene theGeneral Assembly 4S f ACosteltetWornilS kialway found in the same house e wHh Ballard4 Snow Liniment It k p eVtiy member of the family J w free from aches and pains it beaU 554a cat iHtrB andscalds and cnres rheu II MitUm scuralgla lumbago and aj ikuBciilar preness and stiff jess 25c 58e a d 1100 frbottle Sold byRed Cross Draff Store MOOIC1SSV1LIE J f MrJtff Swtith bnughta gis- WumbuliJfheatIMr Aek Moores hue wa- 23 4e 4rof d by fire Tuesday the iamily being aay from boai fer7 ttug wai buretPtp- Cer Pi lrscs holding priret 44ntthi pPC 7 Le ki pcwiuiliL Yocuurs 9vot ad haii large Crowds trery night Ibe Meeting will- ob tin until Svinday night rSiveral from here attended lM1WMCabesty MM Lion SE4s7evte IJiag- 4 IIV Jss Cl1 Jr anfatui r iiDwa viit d h 1 CullI 8urdaj tW p4eitiS t r4 2fX f SS W the peppie lhave put up a good many of them as other fruit is very scare Mr Ed Moor s two children bye been ill of scarlet fever but are O8te bettert at this writing VMu Fannyft Boblitt of Bard3 w is visiting her grand resits Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith kbit week The peope are buying their winterj coal for 12t cents per ArthurEdlemaD Mr nuiman Weikly and j Springfleldlwnwere in town Sunday eve nin Mrs George Mullican and little StrinKtownarevistingher lisMr Ed Sweeney has reD vpd his thresher to Nelson cdunty is week Just exactly Right 4I have used Dr Kings New LIfe Pills fo several years and find theta just exactly right says Mr A A Felton of 3arrisville N Y New Life Pills releve without the lleast discomfort Best remedy for cousti pation biliousness and malaria 25c ai Haydon fc Robertsons drug store Foley Orino laxative the new laxative stimulates but does dot irri tate It is the best laxative Guaran te RHaydonMertson Valley Hill i littliillagev i wiHtryyou sickthishOllflSbeenmuch improved lt this writing Miss Elizabeth Smith spent MissMattieMeeting is still beingi carried Jfi n at Mooresville by Bro Pink ston t ston MilsElizaJethi meetingl eveningMr seemstovery nicely with his threshing toa whiStletrom l Wheatleyvisftedhi ElIzaMuddSuuday i dcallingonpopular t young lanies Sunda- vening ofLouisville r dMrsofSprinf daughter Mrs Baker Balllard Little Ray Pilps visited his ofWobdawn Ken eoys Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and thereby drjves the cold out of the system and at the same time it allays in ama don Cbildrenlikeitr 1250 8 50 jts4 OO 450u 3 3 i 2i I 700 Pants 500 500 Pants 300 US40 Womens SOd 350 225 i 1 Fair View with Miss Jennie Logsilon as teacher SSAda OheI ham iis visiting her sister Mrs Ed Moore r fai her Mr John Kay s Mr John Oliver hasQonetcr visit relatives in g on his way to his home in Arkansas Mrs Mollie HHwkins and daughter Mattie May visited relatives at Woodlawn last week Mr Joe Bishop is but on his f sarmMr Ed Mucras baby has scar llet fever There was a large crowd tto vitrjoss the decoration pf the Burton Coleman of Lqnisvilje iis visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Hays Miss Lucy Ann Moore and Mrs P J Uull and little daughter attended Quarterlymeetin- held at Camp Ground The function of the kidneys is to strain out the impurities of tfe bloodl wjiich is constantly passing through them Foleys Kidney Remed makes the kidneys healthy They will strain out all wastd matter from Ui b ood Take Foleys Kidney Remedy and it will make yon vPll W R Ward of DyersburgTenn writes This is to certify that I have used Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup for chronic constipation and it has proven without a doubt to be a practical remedy forthlfl trouble an it is with pleasure I offer my conscientious reference tf Sold by the Rod Cross Drug Store Maokville t Mr Johnie Hinas pfIndianap oils is here on a visit to his brc ther Mr CW Oder Dr Hyatt of Willisburg was hire Friday MrsJ B Peter and Miss SalIie Peter re Ul ned lust MOn day ajfter a weeks vjsit WiUi relatives In Bryautsvilie Mises Eva dnd Orace Hatchett t of Harrodsburg spent several days last week with relatives here Miss Mae I3ayd n has return- Ed after a monhs visit with relatives in Louisville and Indi aapolis t Messrs Chas and John Boiier Mrs J B Peer Mr Johnson of Lebanon was in tonMondayS Mr and Mra Chesnutof Dan vilje were here Monday Mr Nat Tnompson of Pleasant Grove was intown Monday Mr Tom Peter and wife of returned home last Monday after spending a few days with his sister Mrs Jas JIWiss Jennie Adams the matron of the Grundy Orphahage passed through tcwn Saturday e1 route to Harr dsbaTg t 1MrJamcsHydoh and chil dren of Indianapolis are viaitu 0MrsStS1 f- I i4 44 41 4c i P I lceSlileA i MENSSUiTSS + 50x 2250 tl1500 10 00 J4 1000 8 50 SUCHILDS SUITS b5UChiIdS 190i 1lIKaysotLouisviJ1p tethekry Saturdayi Indianapolis Suits1500c r 500 Childs Suits3 50 X350 2 00 w Ih PANTSJJ 1 a 600 Pants 4sd 400 Pants 275 4 zcUHope Cotton 7c Hoosier Cotton 4 III2c Calicos 4c Check Ginghams 5c 94 Brown sheeting 20c 104 Brown i sheeting 22c Table Oil Cloth I4c12 k2c and 15c Lawns lOc IOc Lawns7112q 50c Silk MuJJs 40c 36 m Percales 6c t1 Paper at Half Prices I OxfordS thorough +54OO Lace Ourtaus OO 22525Q X tv3 X1 50 599 1 LOomi tl 68 l ii1t Carpets ana Mattings at Reduceddiit S ii t The Pcw arelIth an manufp prices and attffir ca h only turersi l 444ItI i4 i tAr Miss Margie were inSpinga Ifitld shopping Friday af ernpon Cishere I1Mr Dick Ha chett ani wife o Lebanon were the guests of Dr and Mrs W R Thompson Sunday Mr Ed Sallee of Harrods burg washer Sun1ay Mrs W T Barnett and Mrs W W Wilhum were in Earrodf burg Thursday and Friday j Mr Prank Call visited his son Joknnie Call in Louisville last kweek Miss Addle Keeling of Spring fleld and Miss White of Illinois t EMr Harrodsburg spent Slturday ThBMiss Vesta Campbell of Perryville is visiting relatives near ton Mp Jim Peter was in Spring tieLi Saturday Mr Charlie Trent and Mr Taylor of WiHi burg were in Own Saturday night Mr Loyd Walker was in Springtield Wednethdayde Miss Ollie Catlett of Spring field attended the party given att the h the of Mr John Rainey oiUSaturday evening V Mr Will Sweeney who has been quite ill of typhoid fever hOlIeMondayfather Mr Marioji Sweeney InTheJohn Raney was quite a success there being about J 504 aenLdance There was quite a ber present froon adjoining coun sThe yard was beautifully lighted with Japanese lanterns and everybody reported a very pleaSanttimea A Millionaires Baby itteudedby tIe highest priced baby specialist could not be cured of tom ichor bowel truble aiiy quicker tha your baby if yu give it McGees Baby Blixir Cures diarrhoea dysentary ind all derang etnents of the stomach jr bowels Pri e 25 cents and 60cents ipld by Red C oss Drug Store teUsepleasant littl pills that are easy to take Soidby Red Cross Pharmacy Tatham WaterH All thefwtterI that will be served on the tables at The Walton Ho el af er July 3rd r will be TaLli am Water A HAM ROBERTSON Manager DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve isigoodi scratchestespecially good forpii s Recotn meJded and sold by Red Cross PhI Jiacv For Rent The house and lot on Main Cross Sk now occupied by I 1b Smock Apply 10 Miss Fannie Wall BetBirber f Bton Wig sa YSt HI lutvo only taken four doses of your Sidney and Bladder Pills and they have done for me more than any other medicine has done I ain still taking the plleter I want a perfect curesMr refers to De Witts Kidney hud Bladder Pills byIRed Cross Pharmacy oticetOn account of the high prices we are compelled to payfor feed we have decided to adopt a strictly cash system in our busi ness After this date nothing kwilibeWHARTON TAPP iaNotice I I will allow no trespassing on my farm Hunters and black berry pickers must keap off- CONRAD HERTLEIN A Revelation SItse vere cases of Jung trouble tthat have been cured by Foley Honey and Tar It not only storm the cough but heali JRugglpsJ 5tThe doctors said I had consumption awd I got no better until I took Fo leys Honey and Tar It topped the hemorrhages and pain in my lungs aid th y are now as sound asab llietIHaydon Robertsonto InfuultrItnrtdlnnele1l- maiden Winds iwd points with tlhe IUilutIthoo slilr dlRsectcd nppCnllI1lctohNmenb1 t She Is a very singular girl spake the one ipanlonuButil hertnulttot be pluraIigonaute Where Pat Made a MUtmke OhVsobbdd Mrs Casey some Inll 1blstroldtbWell phy do y0 cry aslced tliet frond Mrs iltirrityPOh walled the Ittfpar fbriril t fake th pants oft Qrstrauilrft a i 55J WIiIPRream Vermifuge TIE WWKTEE8 WORMR JITHI ENUINK PftCMNO B- YBallardf5now Liniment CO eT LOUIS MO RED CROSS DRUG STORE L E Ief Famous Murderer A SCUOLARt4DASCOUN andI The Hero of Bulwer Novel Hoods Poem Was Really Criminal Who Abandon d Children and Knew No Re Eugene Arnm the scholar hangedI r r who inspired two of the pieces of English literature poem and Bulwers novel was Aug 17SG Arnm was born In 1704 fourteenIshire By the time he was iyears old he was regarded in borhood as a prodigy of learning tame for piety and gentleness wasIscholar spread and as a result he vited to Knaresborough to open school In J734 There a strange de Telopment took place In Arums char ac wjthdrinkinga Ihe opposite of himself among them Daniel Clark who kept a little cob biers shop and Richard Houseman a flu dresser In 1745 Clark married a woman with small fortune of 1000 Immediately he and his companions devised a scheme rob her and her friends Clark was to obtain all the goods he could on credit and hand them over to A ram and Houseman who were to de- I posit them In a safe place Then after securing the plunder Clark was to de camp leaving his wife to shift for her self and the property was to be soltj and divided a nong the three men Clark went about procuring a wide variety of articles on credit He pre nded he was about to gife a great w teddingttankards salvers spoons etc Trpni whoever would lend them As fast ns the dlfferent articles were obtained lark accompanied by Aram andtdnseinan carried them to a place called St Roberts cave When Clark had borrowed about everything valuable his acquaintances had to lend the plotters lecidEXilt was ttime for him to disappear So in the early looming of Feb S 1745 be Arum and Houseman went to the cave to divide the spoils before Clark left Aram and Clark had quarreled good deal during the progress of predatory operations At the entrance to the cave the quarrel was renewed and A pramdown tremendous blows on his1 head and cliest ClarlNfell dead Houseman terrified at the sight and as he said afraid of meeting the same f tatenot8hon particle of remorse or fear He gathered up the booty anti carried It to his house where be bured ltart ot- it in the garden He buried Clarks oodyIn the afte noon he went for House man and titreatOnedhiw If he disclosed the murder and made him believe be was equally guilty In taw Clarks disappearance was not no icedt toy a tiny or two Then the pee pie from whom hehnd borrowed Jjctfelry and plate begun to make In quirlcs Suspicion was directed to A rum In some way The village au tthorfties searched Ills house and found a bundle containing battered platet hOlt clothing stained with blood Notwlth Branding this no action seems to have been taken by the authorities nor was It suspected that Clark bnsl been mur dered The neighbors began to Jeer at tthe learned schoolmaster hQwever and Aram suddenly left his wife and chil dren and walked to London For fourteen years his family heard nothing of him He spent the greater part of the time wandering about from placei to place at lust finding a situa Horf ns usher in a school at Lynn Irt June 17GS a horse dealer who had nown film in ICnaresborough met him in the Lynn market Aram denied his Identity By a singular coincidence lmost the day the borse dealer accost ed the now gray haired schoolteacher a skeleton was found by some work men digging u pit In Thistle hUlln ICnaresborough A country town has a keen rccollec lion of everything that haf occurred to disturb it and Immediately the din appearance of Clark fourteen years before was remembered Houseman still alive got drunk first and then Joined the crowd of villagers looking nt the exhumed skeleton uClnrku ho said with drunken gravity was never hurled hereiThe latter stilt too dninkl to realize tthe gravity of ah position muttefed ir Slfi a tton was exhumed I did not kill him gasped Housel J i terrifiedmUguJultlriartIlousCanan Amm WJicn the oJBcers took him a way from the school the pupils cried alwItnessal down complete a masterly attack on circumstantial evidence showing the Intellectual power of the nun ham tempt Iforeat fuHiile According t to Itiicustom of the time his hotly Imaged In lining and It swung Jinaresborotigh forest uiitili77S Years infer when the details t his crime were dim ala iemarkablb career rnetedHood anti Buhvir and thus thiS 1Jscur tnlsntnd perverted man be Cinie u put u English literature ixchnne Eczema is Curable ZEMO it scicatifc preparation for et tBal use Stops itching instantly and destroys the germs that cause skin dJseaei Eczen quickly yields and is persHSMtly cured by this remarkable Sedicinif pic L W ROM Med Co ltLoui Mo a J I I j iii SIOiVeisityjIhe e u I a I TheSte University Lexington Kentucky offei the following cois lnamely AgrIcultural Mechanical Engineering Civil Enginrmg Electric Eineering Mining Engineering I oftheLwwiuckextendsand a Department of to a Bachelors degree also a Departmenttol i dvaKworkpleted agAQgyj T a Bachelors degree in this subject when com itories retainedrYapJ3mifeirecfivefree ldeIUe in the dormlight traveling expenses if theY remain ten consecutive I InOIl tha or one collegiate yearS f 1The Ilaboratories and museum are large el1equipped 1modem1 E1Ich department has s styear wa 1O78 I ofassistants1Young women find an excellent borne with Hoard andllodging in arsoHall which is well quipped with all the modern convenienei bath roc MIh to YSicalCU Iureat 300 per week All courleof study injke Univertity are I1Eorp I maleTheEngineering Laboratory arid Edvcaton buildings affordample and commodious quarielS fottheo deprttheMs I which are rapidly increasing jn the number of matriculates regazdngcoursesFor catalogues methods of I1courses lAMES K PATTERSON Ph k L LD President 7 m or to D 9 FRAZEE Business Agent p i IIf i Fall iII1i Term Begins Sept 10 1 08li I THE HUMANTONG1JEI It la Very Inquisitive With a Strong j Will of Ita Own The curiosity of the t0111 does not treebibtonguet within Its limits Is the most curious of nil Let thedfntlst iiiuke u change In the mouth Kt him rciuovo a tooth or re place AVIth his juiiiUrublc arilllce out that has long beuu absent let hlni change the form of a tootb by round llug off a corner or building up a cavity and see what the tongue will do It wlllSearcb out that place taking care ful and minute accouut of the change Then It will linger near the place If It Is called to other duties It comes back as soon as they are discharged and feels the plate all over a rummaged Ill as If It chUUiodtt explored and It makes nodlfferencj that these re eattted investigations presently cause annoyance to Its supposed master tin man The tpngue In nothing wore than In this matter proves that It Is an unruly member and will not be con trolIetl It seems to have an original will and consciousness of It own and nothing will serve It except the fullest satisfac t itseiijutabout the Btrange change Boston Transcript CANES IN SPAINit Some of the Natives Have a Small Arsenal of Them Every Spaniard tins a sUck the well to do own several and the glided youth often has a small arsenal of them The term arsenal in this cast Is used positively and as the Porto RIcans lltfo theSpaniardsI have quite a craze for sword canes am dagger cans aud they make the with remarkable skill The blades of the fleer ereclmens come from famous smiths in Toledo and other Spanish cities and are formal frbtn the Urest steel Some are dm ascened and others are Inlaid with sli ver iud gold some Jiavevorked upon them the name of the owner and oth ers the name ofuputrou saint The assortment of walking sticks In the shops In the larger towns Is very varied toTbeyhnve In sticks and cants suited to different ages and pro fessions There tire sedate mahogany ebony and rosewood stlcksYor clergy men and pliyslrlatnj mind fanciful bauu boos with gleaming steel Inside men about town There are ronh oak en sticks for the Spanish Anglomanl acs ahd saucy little staves for those who ape the ntrlrp a of tho boulevard For travelers are coffee sticks thorns tea sticks leopard wood canes ObroulclaIWhy Clara valJ a mother to her littlel daughter wharas crying what ino you crylnguborty Ccause sobbtd the little miss I started to m make dolly a bbonnet rud Jtccomed out bbloomers- Picntvl Irtcn J e Nol lTrj yoti ii yu cod love him It he Avere rIch RclleI wouij try UarJorl Crowiiig od ot4fhit mirely n wasw t oftlnieriiIladoMhia Record FOLEYS HONEYAND TAR iiThe oijgjnalS LAXATIVE ough remedy lungtrG6 d f everybody SOTC everywhere The genuine FOLEYS HONEY and TAR isiim tYeIIowpkageRefasesubstituteaPrpard F Iy A Company ChloaglI l old by Haydon Bbertsont fR i ii i t SHULTZ J W RIEDEL I I Plummers Hardware I SHBLTZ Tinners RIEDRLII SIbestbrands Tools aU Garden Tols 1Sct garden PIwv 6 have received supply of t11t11We Cooking Stovese and Iaqgs 1 I which we will sell at prises to 1Jea IAgents for celebfeated rIPERFECTION STOVE A Hoes Lawn Mowers 11Gardep iatorsWaterPIUblijnif Coolers sjt l TinI1tiTh r At Hertleins c ft i Youcah eCr mSdas I Sundaes every day BJi eh toothsomeCakesand Candie j tiT Meals and Lunhs 01 ia most any tim95All kindLofSoft- Drinks j fFOR OAND OELTJES- Come ansee line TIE HER iLEINa11J lIS I ITwoI 1restanrnntl and ask for everything he wanted In doubtful FredcbV while Mr Cross would offer explanations that were tIn the nature of criticisms At Mr Smiths temper rose to explosive point Will you lie BaldIn tblif Interferclwithsimply wanted to point out that you were asking for a staircase when all you wanted was gpponr TJonjloji UQU tSExtreriJyPreIperei4 SII Mrs Brown Is your husbaBdi IMItt nesi growlrg Mrs Smlth404i dear t t yes Wilt last week his receipt irHlarge that liie bad to hvLilIcappolzltedtotake laud Leader rsoI We handle ithe very U of and have a v rfpty Now Js tKe time to gete 0- II t f f i t Ji iWe have the best o 1b mar Et V Ijust anew t the OIL 1 Zl etJ and and v 6ur j jast English a d PAIN l ta1eLosseb ooLs Dr Soqps Ue r TbSRED CROSS papa STOUt i f r a t tw i i 0 JRG T4 BURTON f ft iOCtT DKNTIVT TEETh CY1ilAcTEO- r Jt1Io Tj PAIN i81INGi41IJ 4in Pi 1 WOrk Strictly P Pint CS1 l TJ GMUEI I Whau Ili sirgiif hora8to9im I + pm over Haydon Brugstore ross III nptOn M DE filet II se J ofterboIe S Rea14 t iccNe 3s1 pvI ATTORNEY AT LAWS t HhrP4ota k 0IPtNQFItD Xc PMW HYATT JJpJ M SPA LD1NG oie over Red Cross Drug Stare Ofilce hours Hyatt 1030 l L1tc312 m 4o f pm Sptiiang to 4 pm and all night l JOIINYIIMAYES f WKL RHETOR AD UCESED IMBALMER 0 TELEPHONE DAY10 NIGHT 74 SWGEIE1U Il Jl 4 111 Eli eo s j ItGonfectoiiery Th1CC Qlet Softl DrinksJ Ice Cream and Soda rJ i Water i t iifhet ibest amt frshestof t f J c dies and Fruits v always on1and Minstreet next to Wal von Hotel1 I l J Leon Allenv J h rjE Shelby Breeder ot Hrw Jerse Hogs i H I jtj iwCho1ce Young bars 1 jrevvv iV RFJ Dl Springfield Ky I fiooi Place lo Stop weIn I our Wastngton and Nelson county Iriejids when in Loutsyille rrid lopking for a plaQe to stop to call on us We aveveal J Nicey FwnisM Rooms h cwe will let 1od ers for a abort or lon stay at reason 4rates Locat d on the Northwest cor nerpf Seventh andl Market Sts Wimsatt6 Iryinev Jokn Ed len2w Pride of Washington f OR1 Springfield Choice Manuiactured by J 2 Jarboe co BWeJIpay highest market phce for grain If you want the Best PLOUE ask your rocerfoi = DONT NEQLKOT YOUR KIDNEYS W ysr rtMt SLbz 1M Lmuss1idy w Ia IIat 1idIh1ta u4 MIsMs cIoIItaIM w ILIMC StlMh IN irIiiM nfl W Sc Rob rt oiJ a L I5 I tktooxpecaI Paw oflttr of the Loui illeTi es tfx mouths and News Leader one year lbr 1iTOWN0 tfHWirtfctotfrtW tfn t11Local Happenings of The Freshest and Latest a 1AI1AbutYiirss1T1 Friends J IAcquaintances 1If T M If T 1rrFfIfInu n nn Wanted to buyA good Jer sey MilkporT D Tapp rriOnJu1y 12th to Mr and MrsL TSBrown a twelye pound son Wh n you want a nice picture- ramecall at Leachman Camp bells and select the moldings and leayeycnir order Laacbaan Campbell the- urniture men are now well quipped to make picture mes1 All sizes and styles Taken upLOn my place a tare red sow Owrer can have ame by proving property and yjng charges jPTheice cream supper given by the ladies of the Methodist h netted 1750 The threatening weather presented a great many rom going who would have attended A large crowd of children and grown pnople as well were at St Rose yesterday spending the day at a picnic It was a union affair in which all of the Sunday schools of the town took part 1 WillibeconfSpringfield Lodge NQ s50 F AMj to a class of six All members are requested to be present and viitipg brothers are cordially welcomed School taxes for the year 1908 are not due July 30th is toe Jast day of grace After that the 5jpereent penalty will be addedr There will be someone at my office at all times to re cert payments Of taxes G 0 Wharton Collector Auctioneer SM Campbell reports a good crowd of people at Bardstown County Court on Monday Washington county be ing especially represented He reports the live stock market as being dull We call attention this week to the announcement of the annual picnic to be given at Fredericks town on August 8th under the auspices of Holy Trinity church These annual picnics arc always highly enjoyable and an especial ly good time is promised to all who attend this year v t f Mr JE Shelby is spending ff a the week amopg prpmine QJi ereY1ogsoJIndiana l adding some choice animals to his herd Mr Shelby is buildirs up a herd of Durocs that will compare favorably withjany in the country T P OBryan as administra tor of the estate of TM Lan ham had a sale of personal prop ertv of the deceased at the farm near town on Tuesday There was only a small amount of property to sell A mare and dolt sold for 130 nine small shcats brought 200 eachva sow 710 and oats in the shock sold at 190 a hundred bundles A Good show- Ciiorad6GrintsShowi which gave one performance here last week attracted a large crowd and all seemed well pleased and ware satisfied tibat they got a run for their money The show is not a big otie and the price is small but it isone of the best little shows ontberoad- LandMark Burnd The old toll eA e house one I Anythingm 5 1 fUrEyet y t tiMany people who cOme tb us for eye exr t amination imagine that there is some foreign e C subtsnce in ineir eyes Wecansometimeshard Jy convince them that h gritty ng irrittitini sandy 11thes ns are svmp and effects dmi to refractive errors which 4lecorrected by the use of proper Glasses Let Us Take tthe Grit Out CITiEIJRE RUSSELL jSpringfifeld Ky 4J rl c i I iiii- c mile frow tQwn on the Lebanon road and one of the old landmarks of the county was burned to the ground on last Saturday evening at about 5 oclock The house caught rom1aspark from the traction eogoinq belonglng to the threshing outfit of Rill Bros which was passing along the road Owing to the extreme dryness of the shingle roof the flames spread rapidly and were soon beyond control The house belonged to Mr Conrad Hertlein and was occupied by W odson Powell and his family who is a tenant on the BJertlein farm Mrs Powell and two smalt children were in the house at the time but did not know of tlie fire until the roof began to fall in Only a few pieces ot furni ture belonging to the Powell household were saved The house did duty asa toll gate for many years and since the tollgate system was abolished iu this county has been used by different pirties as a dwelling Mr Bientlein haS HVned the place about a year The loss on the building ws partially covered by insurance Hung Herself Mrs John Belm wife of a welUtqdo young farmror the Pleasant Run neighborhood com mitted suicide by hanging herself in the barn of her home on Mondav The Helms Jive on Lick Run and Mr Helm isa hard working young farnver His wife who was only about twentyfive years of age had rbgcome despondent and leftttanote saying l I hate to leaye you but 1 am in misery Tak goon care of my baby She s artjd away but came back and kissed her baby in the cradle goodbye She went to th j barn nearby climbed tOjthe loft with a rone tiFd it to a rafter adjusted it securely to her and swung into eternity About sunset her twelveyearold boy went totthe barn for some purpose and discovered his mothers dearie body He hurried back to the house and secured a knvfe cut the rope and rusher after his father in the field some distance away Besides her husband she lleaves six children Exciting Game One of the most interesting games in point of amusement Afforded to be seen this season w s pulled off at the ball park on Monday afternoon The con testants weie a nine composed crowd enjoyed the contest The f s realized for that gopd causa = == 1 1 1I I1Cl IJU I g Q 4- TOPIGSi aOllltbe Werelld eX1tradted brjDAIcER IN6when plates are yante d ALb WOKii Done in this office lSfirstclassC 1in every respect and just as ad gi 2 vertised f WI Y TALL RPD ills SSprln rldd ity- i1 V1 Space forbids us giving a detailed account pf the struggle but the game abounded in many stren uous plays That veteran of the diamond Oharhe Nee lined em out rwith much ofbis old time vigor Leo HaycJon did the twirling for the Business- Men and kept Postmaster Wa ters and the other heavy slug gers on the opposing team within safe bounds Bones Waters occupied the slab for the Post Office crowd and thinks he would have won the game had his lupport been stronger Among the features of the game was the fieldinsr of Deputy Sheriff Sam And 5oriwhb reached into the clouds and pulled down a high fly the b se running and short stop playing of Rural Carrier Frank Martin and the heavy work of Mack Ghntp1vho atone time was thetartir4 base lap of the Hae Weeds of the Valley Hill league when that team used to defeat all comets on Sunday afternoons at the old Sulphur Weil grounds After nine innings of play the score resulted Business Men 24 Post Office 14 The line up wasas follows POST OFFICE W A Waters centerfield 0 M McChord catcher Bones Waters pitcher Nalley third base Allen Waters first base Hall left field Simp Roberts second Martin short eikirk right field BUSINESS MENH e r tl e i nl catcher1 Haydon pitcher Charlie Noe first base Mck Grundy second base Howard McElroy third Garland Cunningham short Palmer McElroy center Sam Anderson right W Reidel left Another game the proceeds to be devoted to the same worthy object is announced for Friday afternoon fThis time aI picked nine oj the business men of the town wi11tacle tem made up of employees and exemployees of tbeLN railroad Cj A good game is promised Death of Mrs Kelly MrsMargaret Kelly ifeofr Mr D Carroll Kelly and one egteemedIwomea hom onlast Friday morning of hear trouble Her death carnE as a great shock to her friends and relatives Mrs Kelfy had tlen in delicate health for somet tite but she was not thought to be in any immediate danger She complained of a pain in her siae on Thursday night but her symptoms were not considered ITRY LADIES CLUB TEA ITS THE BEST ICEDI TEA Isa delicious and refreshing beverage provided you get the Right Tea forthe making You make no mistake however if you order LADIES CLUB which is scientifically blended from the choicest Tea and is highly valued for its purity and excel lent quality We have it put up in quarter and half pound tins whichsell at 25c and SOc Try one tin it will please you We are also offering a few specials for Saturday July 18 1908 17 lbs granu1atd Sugaioniy Lworthto stni r 1 00 2 cans 15c Chunk Pine Apple th 25 1 can Sliced PineApple regular 30c vllue 25 1 35e bottle Vom aorqtM 95 1 50c can Royal Baker Powder i vv ti 45 3 dozen Beinzs Sweet Pickles l 25 2 cans extra gooa corn 15 1 25c can I C Baking Powder v K 20 I i WASp nAY SPECIALS v 6 bats Big Deal or Red Wrapper Soaps 25S 6 bars Naptha 1oi v VV 7 25 7 bars Lenox Soap 25 6 Ibs Lump Starch 25 McELROY SHAPERtI- Ll 1S38 3111 Sill Val aniD S3IQKI AH1 I 1I 1 t o nc rr Itr tru IJ J II II I I alarming enough to cause aporeI hensi n The epd came sudden ly and Dainl sly at an early hour Friday phe deceased was about 35 years otjage and her maiden name w s Muffytt She having been bornandreared in this county She had ben married to Mr Kelly about sx teenyears and she leaves seven small children She was a faith ful Catholic and devotedto her household She was adndneighbor and a faithful friend Her death is the occasion of genuine sorrow among a large circle of friends The funeral took place on Saturday morning atSt Roe t r Notice to Water Consumers We desire lo call attention to thepatrons of the water works to violations of some of the rules which are being indulged in by somf3fUsers are reminded that the usft of hose for sprinkling purposes is limited to two hours per day No stationary sprinklers nor open endhose are allowed In no case will the use of hose be pemitted between the htfurs of 9 pm and 5 am It is absolutely necessary to stop all needltss waste of water and patrons are requested to observe thes rules strictly SjSringfiekJ Water and Electricl Light Co HVB McElroy Manager EFOJMAU Mrs T W Simms is veryill Miss MajbelI Price has i etu rued from Blpomtield Mrs Harry Sbader is visiting her sister in St Louis Mr AH Robertson was in Louisville Tuesday on business DrW V Stallard pentSun daywith relatives atTaylorsvi Je MrHenryMiddletonofL uis yule visited Mr JJ McCabe a rfw days I Messrs L 6 McCarty and Will C McChord spent Sank y Sin Lduisville Miss kitheriufi Spalding and Mr U Yr Bag 1n of Lebanon were hereSULd y GreensIl burg iis spending the week with Master Ray Thu rraan I Mr and Mrs E N Hundley of Lebarion spent Wednesday with Mrs A R Shultz Messrs J J Grace Robtrt Noe and J W Riedel were at T4tham Springs Sunday Mrs Nat Mulr apd little son of Bardstown were guests of f itends here Tuesday Miss Ellen Wathen iis visitingi her sisterinlaw Mrs Chap ze wa hen of Osvensboro Misses Ella and Fannie Thompson of Preachersville are visiting Mrs J F Pettus Miss Georgia Gray of Louis vill is spending the week with her cousin Mrs J L Wharton Mrs Fmiey Scruggsand son Charles arrived from Oklahoma City Friday for a visitiwith rel atives here Miss Lucile Payne who is the guest of Miss Mabel Williims will returnMo her home in Lou isville Friday Mrs John F Simms Mrr Janie Willett and Mrs Kannie Simm have teturned from Tat bam Springs MrI L Janes returned from Cincinnati last Saturday where she spent two weeks visitfnsr her SOOj Mr Arthur Icei After several weeks visit with her sister Mrs Torn Spalding i of Bardstown Miss Bertha lHay don has returned home Mr W F Booker Mr and Mrs W K Robertson Miss Beosie Roberts and John Kollty have returned from Tatham Misses Nellie Simms Naomi Rogers and Ernestine Knptt attended a reception given by Mrs ILen Mattjngly of Lebanon Mon ky v JudgelHThurman and T i Is Mayes were guns ts at theI jbjnquet given in honer of Hon Ifflen Johnson at Bardstown Tues day night 1 Mrand Mrs Leonard Baker Mr Sam Anderson Miss Margj aret Shader and Mrs JodieI Spalding attended the Kof C picnic at New Haven last T ues day IMessrs W W Spalding ndl Siam T Spaldiog Of pissed throughI here Tuesday i evening en route for Bardstown vhere they wieguests at the I Ben Johnson banquet Dr John M Spalding left last Week for the West JSe went1 j = J UWIi 0t 4 i iTd 0 I I GeII IICLEARANCE SALEII J going on at the BIG STORE and will continue IINow August 1st Bpnt wait until 1Ji is too late tto come t and get some of tk t J I nfiREATESTBS n Rl AIilQ 0 11- I 1Ii I I Ever offered to the ppeople of Washinoton tndd adI 1 joinino counties j I 40000 c HighGrade sale Dont miss this secure the people of Washington and counties Our stocks were 4 I er or better at this season the year 1 I Item vill be Included from the ii Departments l Dress Goods Wht Goqds t Wash Fabrws Laces GI yes IIEveryCorsets Bets 01n Underwear Table Lineii N pkips T i If TlckmgsDr p9rH Ladles Rady oweal Ga1lneqtsSUUitSklrt Jactetr Petticous Muslin Utd rwear Kijuonas Wrbprs Silk ShirJ Waists Lingerie Shirt WaistsJ Men and Boss Clotl1ngCprpatsand Rues of kindi all Paper Mattirgs Lace Curtains Windo v Shades Curtain P leg etc I t EXTRA SPECIAL r i r and Saturday 2500 ys EmbrOideri n sod rIIFriday35c at I l2price3 lOc Gingham forII IIDress Goods and Silk Department ol Voile 40 in wide Gopenfia gen Blue and Gray 75c value sale price per yd 25 f Oneassorted lot Novelty Suitings 85 ini wide nice for ladies and girls j suits 50c value sale price 29c t Ope pc black all wool Voile 42 in jSl00 valtfe ff VSc pc black all woll Venitiari 50c lue PC yd wide black Taffeta Silk 25c IIOiei value tCpc all wool Cream Albatross 36 vide 50c value 39c Wasb Goods Department dod line Dress Ginghams 7 cI Best Domestic Dress Ginghams tOe I Beautiful Imported 50c Dress Ging i hams r h 35c NoveltyGinghains 25c Value for I5c wide Percale lOc value Tc t Ivalut1OcIf t t WrapI 5 I Mens aiBoys odd Pants at bargain prices Neb go later Utah be as Mrs and and Mrs and ar rived for visit Mis Thompson J MammothCave regular t also at ten the to A nil JenkinsofChasays itthN the affords felon on my thumb and ever futld sore bum to which ItU Worthof Merchalidise offered for of Ito of biggest bargains ever to adjoining assorted of fferent Embroidtiie Shezings ul tbtSpools Thread Apron Yd experts Mammoth through drug3e A We Some f From Each- Department t I To Give You of the f WonderfulBargans t t Get During t This Sale t g JkJ J We witI close at 250 498 t ther Suit See if your J size iism Uje f t your life JJ uiiIleW goods g at cost SOme few halt t Price t BoysI Jltab Department If t Dajnascspr 35c j 64inch white Table Dam P3cIr priceIvalue i m Fine Linen S300 value sate j price doz 225- I 12x26 each = r 4c l8x32ToweLseach7c20 42 Towels each 12c t Li Department Granite alpetsi per yd 2Oc Sultana per yd 25 Union rnffram Carpets per yd 32C cot peryd AOc All wooliIn ts perrd 5Oe Oc flattings 20c and grades J5 Matfings regular 4Ocgrtde25t9xl2Brussells Rugs 81350gradeJlQOO 9x12 Brusselfe Rugs 1550 Velviet Rugs 8225 grade i500v Hearth Rugs at cut I AH2ojp ind 2000 Suits ex 1 cept bl a6ks and blues AU 1800 1200 All 512150 1000 150 r These fhis seasons best styles We have carriedoyersHalf rice I Lo Fine atIless than cost I SIXtI pairs Ms Satii Calf and iid Shgesn go dstyle toesand comfottable lastt 3 t 2 t25Q gom thIs sate at 139 Twenty four pairs Mens Hilckle PloW Shoed at 14t ifjItf Twenty sixj pvirs Men Kid s worth 175 to 2 SOgo in t i at1 2t Eighteen I pairsi Mens Patent KidOxfords wortth 2 to 250 pow go at j pairs F VIet and Patent Oxfords in good tylp and toe uptodate lasts wfll selaatcostWomens and Children White Canvass Qxfwas at haliprice A fewpair of Gents Shoes t s zes 13 to 2 worth vte will at 99c Sixteen pairs Boys boes sizej 2 to 5t worth 2 I goat SI 49 I I THE ROBERTSONCLAYBROOKE GO I i i ItNCOU OUA hD Iii rj frona here to Lincoln tie to on to wher he will employed physician at a large mining camp Roger Handy babe Lillan of Dennison Texas 0 Sumner Moore son Couiit of German Texas Monday a to H R jMrs C Mcelroy and other relativesi To Washington county excursion to Cave July 30th on morning train 725 the round from all stations This amounf will pay the railroad fare bord Cave hoteland long route trips the cave Tickets limited to days Words Afforils IBSt me nbounded ple sure Bucklens Ca irec JW pIlCL ulim conlnced salve world iRto to healleverr pr wound t edrHaydon Robertsons Iregardless cont chance some the Ioffered Quote i Prices An Idea 1L Can I iorSlQtoSlS them i to tieo st bargain of Boys Linen I OQinchiVhlte Table skB5c f I I I9Oc I Napkins I Hemmed Towels Hemmed Bemmed Carpet t Carpets t Fsltcd Carpets ainCarp Mattings regular iScgrade regular 25c grade 1200 prlqes aClothing 1 r2250 I 81500 nnd81OO SuIts suits are ome ofMns Shirts woth Oxfor hissae L40 Sixty Ladies Little S150 pI cqminend lotandget t it1Itr i11- E GRAND PICNICI it f FIl rT g= f Saturday August 8tti r rItIO = At PREDER1CKSTOWN KY i cl r I v The meinbersof Holy TtinHy churck at fcr deticks j0 1 town Kv wilt hold their usial picuic on the beautiful r f and shndy lawn serroundlog the churclc property That annual church affair now etjoys such a good reputation 0ld tfor tDt1oce t fungoodordiriinjine premlurn giveJ away that it is riot necessaty to insist on Jiatr Perfect Iorder will prevail and ill ba guaraoteed by rc B tent 1ii fmen and wU S Marshall v tB1 I the childrenthe handornestr1by willeta t0 premium All are welcome j = I p BNTY Tfi1iJAfr 40- 4Pfentycf I f ccill liarnlesrnksid plentyct gtd aic jFish P1nrlCan RlrriLf Fortuan4jztDr r L attractionst v l t tL coMi JJrruro L i j ff k oLmKIjETCUi MrtM KWMyi Mii Iim Hr 9x12 hUd 4M iioao Tz 7 i 1Rehev T THSDTJ I IiJtS on Runaway Horse t r f o ftf ijlr it oi1rad DtIays Rirrarkb F t of H I t f fJitiXi olfIJ 1iCevwdtewYorkStreetsat fl aiifttL 1 tIwRiofLjingHisLife 1iiJl iitt L4 York1r4t r k 1teM4 free the Mddle Si tIt t feir ayg sgo lalK1e 1h J1CX o lIiHA1f11t lung c me11u iar4 a rcvde1 thoroughfare t it ssIt 1lt bCkUe eIsed the lors- ett1 tofI h9rtfc okd ollt Wind by r t pfcMfctaf uHetriJI fi d browf ht it to f itMUttiU after aa exciting chase of ji iirijr a aH 1twamoeotkemost a eip weg in the f t lili Iti rtntTb p4wgtd from the Jt 1 naiwa to tape peo apartment hi IMM a4 it WM oiriy by the narrow fa fc 1iIttMt tH FOUC BMB escaped 1 U OVER TRUCK HORSE from being dashed into the areaway of 1t IUte beeOCkady was cantering down Fifth t ftT II o a bis way to dinrie from his Jt peet vbefi a shout and a surging of p c ffret crowd directed his attention to a Wf bay hone drawing a truck heading threat Thirtysixth street In the di rectSfHi e Madisoa arenue The bit of I the raaaway was dangling and the brl dte was banging its neck Tfce track Iras in charge of William Abrahams who was preparing to feed MiJttMe wbea the blast of an antomo 1a ncawed the big bay to leap 1ferwrd with big bead In the air The F ftraHe a grab for the breeching et iu4 MBafed to get a single hand hold I forget Says Dead Man ipcoW1diTaek1e Gryen takes deatk philosoph teally amd did not seem to miiid Missttom at all when he walked into hta bosie to attend preparations for his J OWE wake la Brooklyn the other day Green la a professional swimmer and- Uree with JlIfJ at 138 York street He was offlclajly entered as iUe4 HfK n the blotter at the Fulton street police station In 1th a group of young men standing Nr the street dock Green was his eight and a half L Mile swim u the last volunteer life MvlBg corps contest from the Battery UrCeaey Island John Ryan declared the swim was easy Jackie said he coHld beat Ryan from tbb the recreation pier and back 1ntotltHFiremen attached to Abram S Hewitt a fireboat whose dock 1s one bioclc away watched the contest f Green steadily drcwaway from his opt c c f r Mrs Mary Grill foUr years f tS nit place ChJca j yo was to her death when her F1 ji hair Inln wheel ta the twlne room of tlt IJra1 iworks and Blvje Island aye liuea Her scalp was from her kea l of the hot the young Lw womaii let down her hair A gust of r wlsd blew It the nts cIne she vas i I efore she could liersel sht wa er body was j Gklsv who were lher eiq c ff snc 1 There s1laud ou every fank o that te Itted for the of n crop JIauy of these farms by let f tig tJiIJ laud roW up to wood f Wlr to the owner L tiwut to or such land rr i It s eK to be to of I that tfce sup Hr te ce nrrjri kept In g Jod con i f la two lie was shaken loose and tossed middle of the street It was this that the shout nnd caused to d4jr the rowels into his horse and start oft ut to the teams ahead of him to make way He two big trucks as he turned Into Thirtysixth street The changing from a sharp trot to a of 3 avenue so that the truck turned on two x The maddened animal still m re ter rifted by the which its sides and legs its gait l mYSELF ON THE RUNAWAY elyover the the The block by block and at street jie was of the up he said to Good boy good boy nor and then for the first time he discov ered that to grab the bridle would be to rip oil the head piece of the His course was upon in an Loosening his feet from the he threw overon the truck hbrse it by the marie Just ts tlie animal up the stoop ot the house OGrady with his l1ft hand and the of the truck horse until it stodd stock still 1 It f stepmother Brooklyn Washington discussing Brooklyn ockito i When be left the pier on the return trip Jlyan was 00 feqt behind him up tile river came a tug ton float Green who is very deaf and could not her the t ot Ing of the was the boats Cries from the lea on the shore sUm a All this body was at the bottom of the river When Ryan the dock be said he had soon the boat strike Green But the deaf had to a small fender log close to the v was dazed to tbp Island bridge w iere Ue was ashore and Fifty in the Inuse and offered t Mrs Green when Jackie clothes and car fare this scen Youre dead Youre dead cried Sirs Green A flAb It Jackie i Hurled Death Hair ILRfYoungWomanj In Spinning and She Is Hor i r and Torn whirled became iHr Intcradtloual muvesfer torn Because weather against spinning fvofklugrjiil release Jerked upward fetidly mangled working beplde T Farmers Timber ticarly growIng JP Cwoe4 4S waste t Kofitly jTlJIoet1II1oet teJee LitIs minutes intblhe provoked n1fghty OGrady Hollister topspecalling fcraped runaway gallop swerved arundthecorner adlspn sharply wheels harness slapped Increased THREW policeman gained steadily Thirtyfirst abreast runaway Sidling alongside Hollister steady runaways simply harness instant stirrups himself runaway linged against Sorrento apartment reached forward nostrils ponent recreation attached whittle caught between watching Brooklyn moned policeman agreed reached Brooklyn swimmer clung tcrUe carried pulled revived jrvtljprell conuclcm having Borrowed entered Jackie forget answered t to by Catch Wheel iIfi ribly Mangled Scalp From Head tweutY C40West Eighteenth caught spinning JlcCdrmlck Western overhich oresproQt ctftirate pasture thehafids tlmbjBr dangling decIJed grasping squeezed Steaming Blackwqlls neighbors lied panic wtrbkeiu while others nt wlice1rft Cll at tl irlSlr orks e1t Or scer1I years She hud been recently tnarricr The Illnmah rreet police took cluinrc of tue boijy and removed It tunnu dertaklng cstallsHuicnt at 421 Wes Nineteenth street An Inquest was bald by Deputy Cor ncr Horsey anti a verdict of accideu ta death was returned Mrs GfUH lijslnnl appeare l at tLp Inquest ibrt was unable to testify on ncconnt of hIs crlcf 4 V Wafing a Retreat iWhatls necessary when yoU vlsi to beat n retreat ked nn old mlli tary man at Fort Washington II suppose youd have to retreatt faster than the other t tlowsj was tl o eJlbet1InJT1Pb1tJI1ehhti tJl It fKnlrf not t t t + t5 ConvUtcMits ne d a largeamount tof n t Y c 1 aiIydted frrn aMI tI L scciiJ Emulsfon is powerful cy IItIFlX ooncntrd 2 k1bone Wood1 and mwscle vrij ut I P anY tax oti tfciiifeifion ALJJftyoatT qcAD fIOO Os- i SL THE HINDOO FAKIR His Patience and ktll1In the Bag and Spear Trick The feat known as the bag and spear trick has been considered one of the1 t greatest ot the Hindoo magicians art IuthIs trick says a writer the Hlndoo sacktheliur1SIhishelplessout a sign of warning the fakir drives his spear through the centec of theI bagAfter withdrawing his weapon upon the polut of which no blood stain ap pears the fakir stands and gazes dreamily over the heeds of the specta tors The body within the bag bun ders about as It In mortal agony At last when the occupant la apparently dead the fakir again plunge his spear into the motionless body The same antics are repeated Then the fakir releases his attendant froni the brigand lfustepSoul without a scratch upon his body- Although the trick Is performed withi nil lli3 carelessness imaginable it cal for more patience skill and cxactneis than any of the So called black art achievements From the time the at ttendant enters the bag both fakir nnd assistant count every breath they take When a stated number of breaths have been taken the fakir makes his thrust and the occupant In the bag Is prepared to avoid It Then the count be gins again and at the proper time the spear Is driven through the bagn second time In order to evade the spear and make It appear to pass through his body the assistant doubles up in as small a form as possible His legs are drawn up close with the chin resting upon the kjiees and the arms folded round the lower limbs acros the shins When In this position at the fiftieth breath the spear posses under the attendants arms between the abdomen and the thighs The sllghtjj t miscalculation by either the fakir or his assistant would mean a serious If not a mortal woind for one and an unheard of disgrace for the other xThat fakir and attendant ae able so to train themselves to breathe in per fqct unison while giving one of these performances when the slijcst vane tlon in time by either would bo fatal Is certainly wonderful V SOUVENIR FANATICS Nothing Is Safe From Those Afflicted With the Craze In these enlightened days anything from the limb of a tree to a table nap kin is liable tobe carried away as r souvenir A western girl with a well defined ease of the souvenir habit sojourning In New York was dining at a fashion able cafe mid being prepossessed IP favor of tie cunning pewter cnfam pots with which the tables were sup plied calmly carried one away in her muff Can you imagine her self value tion when upon examIning her prize later on she discovered carved across the bottomvStolen from Ms A Plttsburg bachelor wandering Into u restaurant Came upon ft friend just seating himself with two ladles The bachelor was Invited tof join the party did so and at the end of the luncheon Insisted upon paying tile costs The bill being wrong he wentt to the cash- Iers desk to personally adjust the dis crepancy where he was Informed that the extra charges were tor spoons which the ladles had put in their hand bags And thutjwas the first time he lied ever mot tlieiiH presentationoneof the United States to a battle Inherserved aboard ship at which the serv ice was used Society came cnmussc from the town near which they were anchored and after the function was over there were not enough forks and spoons with which to lay the tables And yet these souvenir fanatics would draw their moral skirts aside for fet Of contamination with nl real thlef Bcrtha Reynolds MacDonald iin Bohe mlan Magazine He Didnt Care A Georgia man tells of the meeting of a negro literary society In thai state During the consideration of the business part of Urn clubs progrdmnu some one had proposed that the regular time of meeting be changed from Tuesday to Friday and this proposi tlourprovoked much disputation Final ly the president of the society be IngJnppealel to for his opinion that offlclnl declared with much gravity Membahs of de sclcty pussonally now pussonally I don care wblcfi night de scletyt meets but fo mysef I prefers ruesdayst Paul Pioneer Press s Fish Food and NationaUGreatness There Is not the smallest reason tto suppose that a meat eating nation would be superior either in Intellect or physique to n fish gating one We net a race were never stronger than when we fed on fish to such an extent that the careful guardian of the newly en tered apprentice commonly Inserted a clause In his Indentures stipulating that be wu not to bo required to eat salmon more than three days a we k London Globe Tho Pursuit of Pleasure We mile at the Ignorance of the age who cuts down tjo hve ia mlor to reach Itu fruits But the fact is that a blunder of this description made by every perSon who Is overeager and tmpat eat in the pursuit of pleasure Mans Dull Attire Britishers are constantly becoming duller and mote morose In the matter of thqjr clones Their Carelessness In this respct seems sometimes to1 amount to affectation Chambers Journ11 Heat istrattathe nerres In the summer one needs a tonic tb oilset the customaryhot weather jNerve and Strength jdepresion l2pu will feel beginningIto S restoring the weakened nerves is getIIe canactuallyfcetheiimpIov UicklYdepartiwhen Shoops Restorative Wjill sharpen failing appetite it aIds igestibnj it will strengthen the wakenedTKd rebundibgltheJ thattheseorgaq8Idependnponl ifI be convinced Sold by Red Crossjj Drugstore FOR THE CHILDREN Country Gams JAcontest pass cdrds orn inented with lxes and wasps flying about with the word Stings Write the questions A sting that Cures fatigue Answer Resting A stlngthnt cures hunger Feasting A sting that tldlesjour room Dust- Ing A stlng that cooks yoiir meat KQasilng A sting thatmakes you laugh zest lug A sting that foolish people indulge In Boastln A Sting that browns your bread ToastingSA Sting that spoils your tools Rust- Ing A sting that makes you read a book through Interesting A sting that tries Testing A sting that adapts Adjusting- A sting that shopkeepers dislike Trusting Philadelphia Lodger Theatrical Adjectives A game played by any number of persons one of whom leaves the room while the others ngreeon an adjective The one who went out now returns and asks each a question In order The questions must ail bs answered In a manner which sugge ts the adjective Thus If angry be the word selectedl each must Indicate by tone or gesture that he Is Inu rage ns htTnnswcrs If tedious is the adjective every oryi may contrive to answer with a tiresome story and so on The player from whose answer the adjective Is guessed then leaves the room while another word is chosen and becomes guesser ip his turn Beware of Umbrellas There is a sign in the zoological gar dens of Paris to the effect that no one looking at the animals must open an umbrella In tact the attendants will not let a person carry an umbrella Into any of the animal houses If they hap pentoseelt Twenty years ago a boy happened to raise an umbrella in the tiger house and the tigers went almost mad over it rand two of them broke the bars of their cages and pot opt The same thing also affects lions and elephants Why it does cant be explained but li you do it look out for a row Perhaps the beasts think that a thunder shower Is coming Postmen In Ceylon In the outlying districts of Ceylon the native runners who carry the night malls always go In couples as a safe JUard against attack Each carries a long spear to one end of which Is at tached a small bell with the object of clearing the way and attracting the at ttention of the people while the spear Itself is for the more practical purpose of defer se against the possible on slaught 4f wild animals In the days not Ipng ago when such dangers were mpre real than now some of the Jour neys these postmen made were full of adventure and furnished them with JUetrrrlends Kindness to Animals The followIng are six capital reasons why children should be kind to aol mals First Because it is a duty to be kind and not to treat anything Second Because they are dumb und cannot understandIThird Because they cannot always defend or help themselves and it Is right to help one unbther Fqurth Because they always like to be treated well and not unkindly Fifth Because they love you and rook to you to be kind to them Sixth Because they can feel pain and discomfortlike human folk f Fourth of July Game A floverpo Is filled with sand or earth A little stick with a flag is placed in it Every child playing has 3 remove a little sand from the pot with a stick without upsetting the flag crying ut ho same time Take care The one who upsets the flog pays a for feit It becomes an anxious matter when the sand has been removed several times Phosphorescence Many boys anti glrrs do not know what causes the phosphorescent tllght that they sometimes see in the break ers at the seashore It Is due as a rule to particles of decaying fish mat ter in the water or it may come from shoals of a certain kind of fishes which have the power of giving off the glow lust as fireflies have The Colt We Raised Here Is the colt we raised and air Ills worth you cant deny Bbneath the saddle without spur This colt will fairly fly Hes always gentle sate andy kind The whip wo do not uS And never with the check and blind A horse of ours abuse Before the Wagon KliTg Is uSe Along the dusty rolldJHe straightens Out each tug and line And never minds the toad For vale Oh not Wo raised him hereI He Is our pet and pride To all the boys that colt fs dearSills speed they each have tried Hes full jf life but true as steelIAnd not for sale We holt lIes our friend Ills dally weal i Ia more 10 us titan sold He loves the clover pastures there Where 1c can frolic free He loves this braclngvcountry air Tlio boys and wife and me jHesNo mistert sir shall raise an arm To etrlko this colt a blow No man nail ulimp his dally fare Or mudgp him rest and sleep When he Is old For him well care j This colt we raised to keep L Farm Journal Squelched Prosperous Ypung Actor returning tired titter petormllQcboys really thjnk Its time all good TragenunpaeerThe1nreJJtp The Senate landiThe press gallery of the senate does not look unlike a bandstand with Its elaborately decorated front and It Is tcthel young lady seated In the gallery oppo looking1ntntlyawhile Her curiosity got the better of Ihcr and going to the doorkeeper she Mister will you please tell me when the band begins to play The doorkeeper was amazed HNo baUd askIwill play miss said that gentleman d I withrhCSil ppIntinK to the press gaUpry Wash ington Uemldy I For WOo s EyeJ BY SWRITE jiow U HOLDING THE BABY I Introducing Nice Point In Baby Carriage Etiquette That fellow doesnt know Vie first thing aljout the etiquette of the baity carriage remarked one of a group of men at Thirtyfirst and Main streets The comment was made to all In a general way One of the group the man with a frayed collar and a look of patient resignation gazed anxiously at a couple about to board a car The mother was sparring In a desperate sort of way with one of those baby carriages whlch bop salesmen cnu open and close In a inlnutc and thu users In from OvetfcthlHy minutes opt wrong with that said the taan with tho frayed cbilar lJJf8 gottto hold the baby even If she does have to wrosllo with the carriage You dont think he ought to bold the baby and take care of the carriage too do you Well theres one tblng aria re JoJned the objectorthe man doesnt know a thing about baby carriage etiquette What you want to da It this if the baby weighs more than the car rlage Its the mans place to bold the baby If the carriage welbs wore he should band the baby to hls wife 4Oh piffle interpolated the man with the big black dgir Youre way oft What be ought tOdoia to hand the baby to his wife and the carriage to the conductor Kansas City Star POINTING TIE BONE Queer Superstition of the Native Blacks of Australia The native blacks ot Australia are steeped In black fellow will on no account go near the spot where another black has been burled Ho has a deep roofed aversion to one particular birdthe wagtail because be says him all day talk talk along a white feller tellum all about black feller and no opportunity is llost of hilling these little birds Many tribes bury their dead by sticking them up Into the forks of trees and there leaving them till the Cesh has fitter dropped or been taken leaving the bones clean These bpnos rro then taken down the larger ones burled and the smallest banded round rs keepsakes to those nearly related fothe deceased Should one black fel low wish the death of a rival or enemy be points the bone at him This means that he takes one of his late re lations bones from his dllly bag and points It In the presence of witnesses nt the man he wishes to get rid of aV the time pouring forth threats and curses Strange as it may seem the one pointed at wJH often languish and eventually die perhaps in a month perhaps in a year for no sooner is the bono pointed than be makes up bis mind to die and there is no sdvlng him London Standard Ttnnysoni Cure For Shyness It Is recorded In Tennysons Life that he used to recommend to a young er brother the thought of tIle stellar spaces swarming with constellations end traversed by planets at ineffable distances as a cure for shyness and a lady of my acquaintance used to endeavor as a girl to stay her falling heart on the thought of eternity at such moments It Is all in vain At the argent moment one cares very little about the stellar motions or the dim vistas of futurity and vfcry much in deed about the cut of ones coat and the glances of ones enemies and the doctrines of the church and the pros- Pects of ultimate salvation are things very light IP tile scales in comparison with the pcsslng necessities of the crisis and the desperate need to appear wholly uwjincerned Arthur 0 Beu ion in Putnams und Reader gTtutl iioer iii this wona tan be ojiliHin speaker about lilt dolnga Iarlylo V it F HIT Sipect1LPrealenc alanningof kid eydiseas most common diseases that pre vail they almost the last recognized by patient and phy sicians who con tent themselves with idoctonng the ejfectt while the orig mat disease undermines the system WiiatTo De There is comfort in the knowledge SO often expressed that Dr Kilmers pain in the back kidiieys liver ladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following rise of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up ninny times during the night The mijd arid the cxtraordhlnry effect of Swam Root is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should halve the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You mar have a sample bottle and a book that tells all Kilmer Co Bine are r hamtonNY wittn the1Dame J e Woments troubles very often occur regularly atacertaln tfrne every jonticause this may have been so all your lifeJIs irea n Why Jt ixgd c5O dnueMany thousands ofyromen who had zuffered fromtr b IimIar to due to disorder of the organs have found welcome M TSt lwonderfullyWine of CarduiMr- s iteota Forte of I t Ikupstgained 25 powds Hi Mt = USA LETTER THE HIOH TAuwizcEAUT1fVL ilSSONS iNOOXKEEPING MAILGRAOUT SECURE AIDCJQJJL3 ADDRESS BOWLING BUSINESS UVE1SIT4 BOWLIHG r Miavythlng snperrtltlonjA nMsiifs KHiey Vhilekidneydisorderi renedyfulfil1s aboutitbothsentfreebyniail etBeetI dontl previously womanly WRITE GREEN fJfJ f I ITHE DUCKINGSTOOLI Used to So PinisKed In IItLure ot a duckIng as practiced In England at the end of the eighteenth century When the scold had been prop rlj tried find convicted fehe was1 escorte by a crowd of her neighbors In fact by the whole village to the nearest pond and the greener and slimier tlie pond the Letter A long plank was produced at one end of which was tilt ducking stool and In this the scream Ing struggling Victim was securely pin lonedfThe chair end of the plank was thin pushed far over the edge of the pond and at a signal it was tilted oUep Infi the green ooze until the scold was completely Immersed When the dripping half lrowu d wo man was raised to tu sarface agaVii to the jeers and laughter of the on lookers It can IN Imagined Jbatburt- ongtie wagged to some purpose Aft1 er a second dose sha emerged nlori5 subdued and liner a ttbIrd or fourth she was as penitent a woinan ns tin village contained undi was allowtnl to proceed home a sadder and wiser wo man until the next time Ifludoll fit Bits DEFIED THE JUDGE A Fine For Voting That Susan p An thony Never Paid It has been so many years ago that most people have forgottv rtftat tIn late Susan J Anthony was tindIlor a years imprisonment for hayiiij dared to vote for General Grant for president said u Chicago judgqPMiss Anthony was as brave as sbn was Intellectual und asked to be lowed to sj eak a wofdl lhvher own b half Permission being glen she toU the court of the struggle she l dtl keeping a little newspaper going from whlcji she made her living Your hon or she said holding up her right hun L I am due my creditors not less than 1000 This money exp Hrtito live tu pay but I am willing this trw she wither from my body before pay h sico you have so unjustly assessed against me The court realized the beep SerIOU- Sness j of Miss Anthonys declaration and though she could have been ordered to jail for nonpayment of the fine his honor did not have the nerve to enforce the extreme penalty Miss Anthony lived for many years aftej Its Imposition but tlje flnX was never paid Baltimore American d Cobras Fatal Ble 1 One of the deadliest snakes In Indla Is the cobra which claims hundreds of Victims every year An English offi clal ones saw one bite a fowl arM be Ing curious to learn how long th4 veil om took to act be timed It with his watch The moment the cock was touched ft screamed but at once rap off tp its mates and began picking in lf nothing were wrong In thirty see onda the comb and wattles change from red to black In two minutes begun to staggerniitl tell dovn Inxo vulslons struggling violently until U tiled three ulnuten and a hal nfterlt had been bitten On plucking the fowl a wound not bigger than n pin prlck was found at the extreme end of thi wing Round this spot the color was very dark but the rest of the birds body excepting comb andf wattles was of a patural color The Bribe That Failed Among Father Dtfmpseys fetondyt nchtneyHeget thatwnYtl Father Dpnipxey trlol all manner of menus to get Delane to quit drinking At last he said 1e him Delaney my wan If youll stop drinking for six months Ill give you a check at the pmj of itiat time rorsro IIndeed If I liippod for six mouths I could write pnUl1 check fur lOQ answered Delaney and Father Damp soy Injelllng otll later added And inured ho could too for hes n No mechanic SL Louis PostDis patch A Rapid Rhymer In illustration of till working powers of George R Sims Hie drnmntlst arid poet It Is raid ttjint one night n new pletf WM KIH vd n ai It hUn thwtrr In Ilnudun Sinn KI it out and tbif rcttned to his office where he wrop a column rind a half of criticism In rhyme It wasP near the time for the paper to go to press when he begun and the Joy took the piece verse by verse from him to the composing room the boy walkjiig continuously from out to the other for an hour A Hint to the Old Man I hope you npptvfinti1 the fact sir that In marrying my daughter you ppnoroiwIrI do sir with ni tlUQIj andJbQpi jhe Inherits tbos qualities froin hpr latherr J War Against Censimpt9ii Ajllaattons ire endeavoring check the ravages ofcons1wptiontthe white plague that claims so many victims each year Foleys Honey t and Tar cures coughs and colds perfectly and you are in no danger of oousumptipn Do not risk your health by Ihelland cer ala In resists Haydr Robertson j 1vice trILlr f f f xi t I THE CAMP AIGN isop0 y t Who Will Bte PresidM t I ITo forna yjur opinions and keep in tp ch pith bJprojsreis1 of the campaign you will need first claa miws A papeisi lWebave marie a special arrangemen berebIi A you can jget the I Daily GaurierJournall tI t fIogF= Ii Louisyllle Times 6 U J F ROM NOWUNT1L DECEMBER 1jO8 i V NB The News Leader1r HS r For One Year for I IiiC Onjy 200 New sLeader one year alld f Daily HeraldI I I toJIOov115tlorlU5Nv This gives you 4 live metropolitan paper lhrogh bet campaign and thejilfecuon Order to dpy as sub cr1p- tionwili istat withi issue of day order is received No x hack pumbersctjn be sent durirgJune iceived at the reduced rate after August 31 udder mf l I circumstances Sentl your subscriptions orders to thisi X f paper NOTito the COEJORNrTIMES L4 4 A i QOOoIiO rooGor The Safest arid Quickest Way tot 1 2 2- k Transfer Mony i4a j IS BY L tJ LoigDistancel Te1epione i tf J f f For Rates apply toLocau4anager f0 Q ls Cumberland TeIepone INCQRPORATBD Te1egrip P Ciiigj7 Q r Q I oooo oooqoo OOQ O1t Who will be PRES1DENT7 f t Thisisa presidential iyear and jry man must read to keep posted n politics The COURIERJOURNAL HENRX WATTERSON Editor Js a Democratic Newspaper but it prints the news ai it develops One dollarl a year is the price of the Wee Il 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