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kimjrtQmItJL Ckapter NetS eetieVefy scoTieadar S r3sgel4 Cupci1 Jfoc52 eetget- kry tortktondayS KxicxT WITK MAC cucskect j vtO fiv ji eachjni- KodolI For- Indigestion Iurntte COR JLa ti4bbI aA IfJIMj 1 w k s se IL4 prsktoIhadm SS 1 Muli tuM a bc D4d 1 = t 1 U t u tlff Qat Toi i Digests WhatYMiEat11 A l IfaiuM tha Sitaafc Snrvf 4 WflT COChIsto IJ1 RED CROSS DRUG STORE r i T J L1 L1TIlE f NE l WS=LEADI3Rtk um m +rl LDBIERVATIONS I MMIHIteUUtt TaI Subscriber t Waal jrIm kind o ranlFf bout iit wayfe Butth ttharpaer means a heap toz YQuseettImnew tlost ourlittle DabrAnme aha was Adart Broke ez couldbtl Why when that editor comesout ani HiBlittlei praises Blameless ife hfs InffwaJ dktlf An speaksX him ez sl epin the diisies It Someho helped to take the away 1 reckon that thats lots Qf t folks wouldirither Some sprightly city daily from afar But in the hull wide world than aint nooiher t v Cantake jdur weeklys place wth meaai a t 14Ok Juqi TREATMENTT- Heprii1d Bade Ball Club ftnd sevejair hundr dccfans and numerous other good citizens of Kashmir Ion county who are not base ball fans went to liebanon lagti t week andattended the Proctor Knott Chautauqua As a result the ball eam members the several hundred nst and numercus other citizens are Ihjdignanr iiver the rough and unfair treat iment given Spring Meld ball olub for which the aianagemetit of the Cbautauqua Association is regarded as re sponsiblei It may be regarded as a small natter this question f fair treatment of a baseball lub but when the fact is con sidered than ufully twothirds of the people who attended the ch utauqua on the days Ihe ball games were scheduled were at tracted ahAost entirely bythe sire to witness a ball game yhe matter is not so irisignifieant after ill The Chautauqua rnnn ageinent arinouncea among the other attractipns a series of base ball games A prize of 100 was to be given ito the winner of the eries Among the conditions was that tte town furnishing a club to contest must furnish a eam complied of all home play ers Professionals and players hued from pther places were toe barred The Springfield club complied st icily with these con ditions Its team is made up of boys from licet best families inthe county some of them pupils of our graded school The boys played three games one against Camp bellsville which they 10E tand wo with Lebanon in which they vere victorious It was soon evident that the two competing clubs wera disregarding thecon t litions as jregards the employ neat of all Ijome players How jver the Springfields played the first gimps without pro 6est but wenthd lineup for JampbelIsvile was announced m Thursday the Springfield boys tealjzed they were np galost it good and strong hat arapbeHsville was after the gaine and that hundred dollars iIir means r1oulaNo less han four professional ball play rs old seasoned players who i e among the best in the state tiad belji engaged to help Camp bellsville fin frqm the Spring deld school boys The Camp beilsville players backed by a jig bunch ofC rooters tram 3ampbellsville and Lebanon vere evidenfly determined tO capture that finaI game at all lazards In addition to playing nred men the Campbellsville nanagement objected to George Jolvin playibg with the Spring fields but oh what grounds was ever made quite clear asCot yin is certainly a Springfield nan and is a member of the ipringfield ball club The Springfield boys after realizing l tk3autaiqa quBre deal and Insisted on those itecialii making an effort to enforce the conditions of the con st 1 retards to the placers lJItiI Cb utauqUwanaienrent tU DOth it jallowea the a nt which a thndpeopJ i a pKto see to be culled off Dn Obatawu a management iad iT 4 tb hundred dollars mib ibiir were tpgiveai a vwfa and Ud tolltctec18Qvral wre dollar extra gate moneyr I 4copunt of the game The- theji6Tvj0f Springfield base c- i I 1 ballfclub were out several dollars esch ior expanses and thaprpwd of ifooters who went from this place are sore at the treatment jof our boys but they win proba blv org et it Ly the time Leb ionpills off another attraction I and annoaiices another Wash ingon Cobhty Dav CJi HAtIP CtAiiKThere were quite a number of old ac qua n ances and several former j sctiool mates of Hqn Champ Lebanonrj on last Friday to hear that db hsIl lf I speech at the Chautauqua Champ Clark spent several years of his boyhood in Mackville this county His father whose name was Dr John H Clark was a dentist and traveled through the country dong dental work Clark Senior came to Mackville with his young son Champ and a daughterrfrom Versailles While at MacSville the boy and Vha1JThey attended school atMa k villeand semeof the older in h bitsnts of th place remember them quite well Dr Clark afterward moved to Missouri Where young Champ afterwards grew to occupy a seat in Coc gress The sister married a oldIhome in this county within re rent sears Health Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced ThLi clever Coffee Substitute was rd tcently produced 1 y Dr Shoop of Racinef Wis Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Dr ShoopsHealth Coffee fs made rrom pure toasted grains wijh malt huts etc Really would fool an exp ertwil 0 might lit it fqr Coffee No 20 or 36 min s tedious boiling Made in a minute Says the doctor Sold by McElroy Shader ftmy Book Jso 4 for Women will give weak women many valuable suggestions of rellefandwiths- trictly confidential l medical advice is entirely free Simply write Dr Shoop Racine Wis The bookNp 4 tells all about Dr Shoops Night Cure and how these soothing haling antisep tic suppositories can be successful aj i I to cortectthese Weaknesses VVrite for the book The Night Cure is sold by The RedCr6ss Drug Store To Pool the Hay Crop Lexington Ky To pool the hay crop of Kentucky an or an izaiion has been perfected here working along the lines of the American Society of Equity Th name jf the man at the he dof the body has not been- given out but Jtis said that a prominent Lexijigton man will assume charge as soon as affairs sLrighten themselves About twenty counties have subscribed controlling mst of the bay in Central Kentucky The Remedy That Does Dr Kings New Discovery is the remedy that does the healing oth rA promise but fail to perform says Mrs E R Pierson ofAuburn Centre Pa It is curing me of throat and lung troubteot Joiig stariding that other treatments relieved only tern porarily New Discovery isdoing ine so much good that I feel confident its continued use for a ifesonable length of time will restore me to perfect health This renowned cough and coU remedy jnd throat and lung- ealeiis sbld at Haydon Robertsons drug store SOc and 100 Triali bottle fret v v totrto r Death f iI Dick rihody vas sb tIndlnl edbr Clarence Mason aMdSj o cluck Monday afternoon Both parties ar0 negroes Hhody was xlPB way to workaxd had leeched the corner tf Sixth and Clay streets when Mason WhO was lii waiting at Vndylies bar ber shop with a single barr choke bore shot gun fired at Rhody strikthgi him full in the hreast when but ttbput fifteen fgetaway jRhddy oran towards Main about a 100 feet ndel1dead As he ran he hd folded on his breast and crying inreat pain Squire Goodman held an in quest and tht verdict was in ac cordance rith the abov6e facts The trouple ite said to have been caused by certain relations between Ehody and Masons wjfe Before the killing Mason burned his wifes clothes and pJerwIthJIobreast was slight however Ee then armed him self wits his gun and went W Vandykes parbif shop tp wait for his victim v The dead man did not bear the best reputation as to peace amoVg his Own vp6ople but he was as industrious and bard W tintta workhand as was iin the county After the shooting Mason walked up to Main treet withJJ gun in hand and when about in front of Middletons store Dfticer Ben nnettarrestd hioji and placed him m jail to await ex amitigtrial There is Jore Catarrhi this section of he country than all other diseases fewyearsFor a groat thaw years doctors pro nounced ita local dIsease and pre scribed local remedies and by Ion stantly failing to cure with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proyen catarrh tbbea constitutional diseafe and therefore requires constitutional treatment Halls Catarrn Cure manufactured by- F J Cheney 4 Co Toledo Ohio is the only cdnstitutional curd on the market It i taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a ttaspponful Jt acts directly on the blood and nfi icous surfaces 0f the system offer one hundred dollars for any t falls to cure Send for TheYj and testimonials rAddress F J CHENEY CO trt Take Halls Family Pillager Ocmsti pation I l I Potatoes Lit A press dispatch from tex ng ton states that much of the land in the Bluegrass region which has heretofore been plant 4 in Hurley tobacco is now occupied with Irish potato crops JLast year about 15000 acres wduld I t cover the entire potato crop of hat region This year 1j iis es timated that at lleast 50000 acres are in potatoes As ricu laiids pre susceptible of yielding fom 150 to 200 bushels par acret and as the labor and cost of pro uc iner a potato drop is many times less than tobacco it will be s ent alIucrops yielding from SlOO to 150 peer acre rUse DeWitts Little Early Riser pleasant little pills that are easy to t take Sold by Red Cross Pbarmacy 1sfIoiaECTIONA Voted For for School TYuslee Election August First i+Considerable Interest is being niaojifested in thE electronl of school trustees which is to be held ott SaturdaY August 1st There ateiin all 48 trustees to be elected afid consequently 48 voting paces The following a complete list f the candidates who have 1EduNo 2 H D Mndd No 3 Thoa Newton Np 4 vacant No 5 J R Williams No 6 W H Smith Net 7 J Rich Smith No 8 3 A Medley Educational Division No 2 Sub district Nb 3 S P Derringer No 2 v c ntNp 3 Mans field Crow A W Eddleman No 4 ofN Shehan No 5 vacant No 6l W B Barlow fNo 7MItMif rtinNQ 8 vacan Educational Divison No SubdistrictNo I T J Miller und J W Walls No 2v C W flardin No ai L T Scott No 4 A K Lsis No 5 vacant No 6 N W Deacon No 7 vacant No 8 W j Fowler No 9 S P Lewisi Educational Piviskfn No 4 Subdisirict No vacant No 2 yacautNo3t8 Pxeiman No 4J vacant No 5 Joe JBurk head No 6 ykcant No 7 Robt F Adams Education Division No 5 Subdistrict jtfo 1 Berry M Sbewmaker No 2 John A Gillespie No 3r James M Janes No 4 Leroy Re drNo 5 Daniel Molivoyaod l Prather No 6J H Hayes4 Noj 7lj V Isham No 6 l5 idley Bottoms No 9RO UllioU Educational Dlvision No 6 Subdistrict No 11vacant No 2 Ben Haydon JW Penwick uiidWT Phillipsi Not3 vacant No4 Charlie CJoyle No1 5 W LCoyle Now JR Durham NovJjHP Xankey INSTRUCTIONS Superintendent 4 W Bush has prepared the following in structions for ttte gudance of the election officers and the Voters at the elec bn 1i The electio i shall be held whIChIpolls sliM open tone and close at five oclock in the afternoon 2 The elect n officers consist of a Clerk a nd two Judges PpointealO elect one at their umber having the requisite qualification to serve instead IIbal1otnoII even The voter may vote for the name printed on the ballot j by making a cross mark in tbeI rU u square at tl1erlgtof ttie name IJvotedorT or he may WrIt- eaoftber name on the vacant linE below and mark as above In caf 6 there is no name printed on theballot jtis the privilege and duty of the voter to write some ones tiaraa on the Ballot and vote as directedabote DJ not fall to elect a trust ee If the election notices have net been posted hold the election as though proper notice had been 1postedmav be elected ani that the people may not be deprived of their right to choose a trustee Iofl resided inl the 8ubdiptricfsub district means school district asI now IbId oijfor sixty days rext ithelTi onJNewfr 1 5 Tne clerk of the el ctifn shall countersign the billot Ivotersi number and record on the b Hlott stubbo k of the Vutes The r judges pass on thequaliCcationi hEtballotlinj the close cf the polls issu alcertificate of llection to the suc cessful candidate replace the ballots in the bfjc lock It secure ly and return aUto the County Superintendent juri or before j jThedistrict hac been sent jbof the Chairman of the old Btoard ot TrusteesIwitha request that that office furnish the ejection office8 a copy ofI it jhi order that tim latter officers may determine the lgalvoing res t tofyoIt Cant Be Beat The best of a teachers lis experi ence C M Harden of silver Oitj North Carolina lays I find Electric Bitters does all thats claimed for it Foj Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles itcant be beat I have tried it ndJlnd it a most excellent fl rther weak ess lame b ckand all fun I down conditions Bestto for chills aranteelat in a Row Boatl Bowling Green Times Prdm Evansville to Mammoth Cave by canoe mere than twoI hundred miles of papdlin against the current traveling bv daylight only at night eachI ing the fragile barque and sleeping under the trees and the stars this has been the unique ex perience of Mt J Cooper of EvanSville Ind who reached this portyesterday Mr Cooper iiis a prominent member afan Evansville Boat Club ad some time ago conc ived the idea ofI uaking a trip by water tto Mammoth Cave in prjinitive Indian fashion Leaving Bvansville early laSt Saturday morning Mr n Cooper dipped his blacte into tbe Itaiiny waters of thaOhio anj paddied steadily upto the ruouMi of Green river then still ogain t the current he steered his fcoUrse until we mouth of Barren was reaclied Here Mr Cooper decided to end bis jjourbev at Bowling Green and yesterday afternoon r caneerlanding ana his two hundred mile watertrip came to an end after five gorioos days of life In the open cutting his course dayandJsleepofljThe canoe weighing bbt sixty eight pounds was sEnt back to Evansyille by boat and TM Copper completed h sjjonrney to jlhedave by rail This tIs what Ron Jake Moore State Warden of eorgiasays of lea dl For Dyspepsia E C IJeWtft Co vetsutri Indigestion About eighteen mout i thatILi could not digest a ctust of coth- breact4ncl could not regain aoythii on my stomach I lost 25 Ibsj in f p made up my mind that I couldnot Jiveiiut a short time when a fjljujt otmine Tecommcnded Kodol I con sent totry it to please him and was better in one day 7 now weigh mort than I overdid in my life and am in better heilth than for many veaTa Kodol did it 1 k epa pottle constAjit ly and write this hoping that h man ity mgy be benefited Yours very truly Jake C Moore AtJknta Aug 10 19JWJ1 Sld fy Red Cross Pharma ey j Presidential Elector The following speciali from CarlIsle Ky tells Qitbeho or stowed on a Washington CP boy George Wycoff is the son of Mr and MrsJohn Wy off of Mackville The iienl readsAG F Wycoff of Carlisle enjoys the distinction ol being the youngest mn ever chosen by his party as its nominee focprfs idential elector from the Ninth conjresssiphal distrfct aAd is ihe youngest noniinee in the State Mr Wycoff is a lawyer o marked ability and rare promise sad was very prominently men tIed as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in hisdistrict He is a toIccmpoingthe Ninth district Vhenaskeqwha he thought of the political situation Mr Wvcefisaidcclaindee1igb with the nomineesof the Denver convention and I confidently pect a Democratic victory in- N T31pber 1o A Gtllei WfeHtaf means thifc man anawifeThave lived to a good old age and cqnieqaently hayp kept fiealthy The best way to keep healthy ia to see tbatyour Hyer does its duty 365 days out of 365 The only way to dothis Is tokeepBallards Herblne in heouse and take itwhen cyr your liver gti inactive 50 cents Store prbortle Sold by Red Cross Dreg t stJ 3SCRIP7QN i l tIIt Jl R w if ANOt 4ffJ r FroE iThe Leader The trial in jhe tae of ce mottwealth against Virgil Bib itt for ntaljcToHSfy wauwiiaf John Aj ardeityv ooaiioc tllist SatuMay and oo rrrtwl Monday of this ire fc rea SIin Mr Bohbijtt being h ia werbef8te the grajid jir a the nexraession of the Msriou XJircuit Court in the sura f 250 bail the bond wsprDt4y F executed and Mr Soibit j iw ed from custody Jf J Hon Qllle iames who fia l cataloged to make au aneM I ii the Chaiitauqua TUi4ay w ingi did not show tip We ar trnot advised of the ca M ofiurt to kt phi etigtmtAnd in the absgcce a anjtbl g more ex lici haQpOSiiibtI fcH he entered into the ebgagfcmeai he did not Jioifrheiaai grea 1 k manassmL jpfople thinki liii and thallyceuriorCbtauqILj leclurter may notbe jnkcpi n if with his 1iLeas of a man yjwaved from him a ba tipiicii peVicePresidentof the Iffiiiii t States r7Jf C Mr Ben BeaveB6ff tha Sk Marysprecinct has broofhtwiil i in the Marionv eictil Ckxirt I t again t the Gumberlaiii T ii p ione Ciompao for daM1re 4ul ting fromfeburDllJc of 0rain lumber of hi when theLie I ester bllood mills brM t 7fsodie time ago and irhicfr Jr- higLithave t i b3enextingibt but for the inability toget Up telephoneexcbange in prdkH jte t give the alarm to the irs Sept ment The suit has for iUWtain he grounds rBp in bttiTtrtf i the Lancaster Company agii iithe telephone people aw mi wWcb cae alarge srdicts Jobtained by Lancaster i1 r uy M ajolity 0f t I 1lt Georgetown Sttheoplpn t J 75tacorj t if Jntene excttthent ham f 0 VIearayau d a larJ ftfa J of the copulation wa waUliira J the Cdurthoaw Iqriit M f8 r oclock i I ThfIghthas been waed foiII several weeks and the Hw 1 ance people do 1iOtttkiijPJ t Ja defeattJbut fi1orn all aJIof v tRere is to be aleralll1b oi he cotjnt I Sj tMany street fights wtr 0fe t today befort auyonftwiw l f1h t I r AkytIiJiM d i It Js ar velatlq to fitafJf Ibs iere cases of lung trouble that k o beeQnredy Pl yiaJJQtMra It not only stops the a kJtoiW r 7s jand strsBfihepp tM Ifta L t T UagglSf Kea e er Iowa irniM t The doctorsaaid had cjtwV t 7 and 1 got no bett c mitjl 1 took F J leys Honey sad Tat Jstoptkem crbafes and pals iis iuandjhyaresoassodiIUe tt Jr A RObertson t tHaydon r iILESigS r M THE FORTYSIXTH YEHRr r Ig tsTm r t 1t OF THE 1 I WASHINGTONH cCOUNTY P U 1 Ii- 11P- romises 1If J I to eclipse all other years as the good people of WasMn on jsj untv ad naighbprlng qpuri tzeswlll turn out andhave a neighborly reuniona kind of home comlnQ w ek1 gWednesday Thursday Friday and Sa1 llBlrt k S1 i j l 1 w IitAUGUST12i13p44 and 15 1908 tftS i i i itFour days of enjoyment and entertathipenti LAD1ES F E Ee First Day tCWiOkCH- Li Free the Second Day liberal premiur wIich ill attract some pf the bt stbles 9f C lnt IYT management sparedn painsto make this FaircompleteI ydatiractiVe t- I a single Day this year hachacS on application to theSecretary W S GIBB3 President THEO C CAMELL screiixy U 1 = U t W HU r T 1r TJJ NtWSLtADtR 3i9iiiP ay y vtyI PINGP1ELD KY f u LA s Jrl- V Ti L rtoor 1co AW yftiim Barjzijr to announce I JHCi i J W3S as a candidatg irtekctii5u vp0cfHgress from ths tbt FUt CQrU8tonal jstrlct theit f RIFF 0rteL iat ff8 of Washington r CQS ky wrtfect to the actlotudf the ThputesRichardirn D Caiupbefl wtll r eIt n rjndHubert Yirgin Iffeare i tKorize4 to ann ouri ccSL7AUdellGG a acandtdate for Shet11 tbI ctki oT the Democratic party HaleGv Iih nlf fefc rlderit seisins will ssno4 down arTd his outrages on- tIbeY tptie 4 disgraetoouibi ikfTfirlatest is contained iin 7 sptcial froinPaducahwhic1 ll yi IA prominent tobiccb man who Tarrj Vdd here frx m Lyon county lihis morning stai e3 that tbe hoi1eOr S HV B Bennett gmsl r r wa shtup1asil t eJSIJtLIXht b nigl td rsa9tLb tordered to leave that sectior Y cS l before the next term of Circuit Gpjartc6nvened or suffer death lhre werebotafeutwenty night rWeri in the baridV Bennettwas BiAe cifully whipped s9re rl1 aopthy gOtan4behas beetf f hounded by uihtierfi ever j WBce He hasJbeeii repeatedly srnedand has Welr 1 fT 1ping1ni the woods since he 1 WM wJ ppeai px jjyMMjLju tSVS7s Howard Taft was Jl norritnaTiI tiottfor resideiit of the Unitedit i1 a SlateSby the Republican p rty ati Cincinnati The exercises sfthehomeoftlICJi t candidate s brpther Charles P Taft SenatorjWarner of Miss L Q ri chairman pf the notification t VV corftmiitee made a britf speech vandJudeTaib in repJt spoke Stticranhour Sl l i Booseyclfe aid declaredjthat tIi e i duty of then Xt dmmistratjpn w l1d be to mplet the wqfjt begoii by the President tjr sr P eMarha15of Boneysucklei Harrison Cdhoin and V D Pu lJ b iamiof Thorn HU1 three of the 1r YUott romirient farnaers pil t Fralikhncountyt were arrestedf ji vw 4 6n warrante sWorn out by the Buiia5f Cbmfroi of the Burlcy Tobacco Bocietyj charging them t with buying ppoledi obacco and q 5itTissi said that there W llbEl otUfer arrests fbrihe ameoffence p The men were released onlpbiCt 45 bo deacl 9 S5f t 5rWRWardjof DjersTjftrfrt Teriifc i write AttTlJis is tocertff that have used6rlno Laxitive UISpf c becft a i trftahle am itiS with pleasure L offer Wi j yiBcqn ciehtious xeferehce SdiC 7 crt J DrugStore i tF5cho61l Election countyenpffe fedistri- cSWr required by llaw Inpr dei i bftheiejrh neesaiiIyben some changes t thej2fftW instances it- has been foUfidiTiecessary to abolish some districts both whiteand colored The 1uW rQvidedtl1aithe i byJutyeffective by August lf the dat of tBe chopleIectipnj 4 wd QJ ecpap lion of the Ichoo F iefetipiK TliIaw prur yIiI iliatrthff eledtioh shall be Iftildiat tiik qhd61 house afc which biilir ciJcirn are taught A S1 0rtaiall be 21 ears old at the Stiae of voting v od shall be a J utortbasob Q istric fur fXJty riays Tjexb before Au a 1MILsi dt set ortb first ctb6l jitction under the res 4 4w Now ibis Sixty days Y54 wi does iotapply toe =w hI been chnged r ditricr to tIk- rty of the L I ie a 4b e has- districtOtl1 M1 rhtr to YctL1n J ttb a4istiiet tawbcii he bts beau I joic1tu npUn the old dlstricfr 4hieli he reidec1 prior to the jjIn etchnge ffr IPo l1nsbrate obL Smith re- Ted in QhoI t tf tricfc No- ithi t to July 141JO8 bufidbv- I the change in th boundary hne pfvdistricjNp ialIC has been e aaduI1udediriii this or like conditicra John Smith shall hveHe right to vote in scltbot district No Oind 3Ebal1IrlistrJctNc5 l new dP S not apply to 1reSl Tnose districts that have failed to announcea candidate on time tto have the nani pdL ted on tl3 ballPt may and sboUlq elecb- usteeby a the yoier writtrig the name of someone on bisbalot and making va cross mark ibUje square to the rihtpf the nam voted for v The clerk shaiLnot write Jh me of any candsdate On the alIotf excefitiint case the votei lr cannot write it himself In that eventthe cleric iof the eection s 5dhalltkebal1ot as n quest a bvttie- vctterThis shaIl1 lbe doue in the pries nce ftb Judges of the eelection Ajvpjer may vi tetor the name pr srinteawrit some one e ses name onhis ballot and vote or it aa direolf d abpve None bt t males shalllm a1Ioed to vote f aOpGlose at flvesJcl 3ck in the fbiH nbOn w JBusu t iperintendent V Pain will depart In ex 1ctlrj0 minutes if one fof Dr Sboops Pinlt Pain Tablet4 taken Pain anywhere g 4cokestionHeadache Isbl od pressure toothache t btood pressure on f the jsensitive ie1ve Dr bjOops Headache Tablets alsq called Pinkaip Tablets quickly and safely coax this blood pressure away from pain centers Painful perjpdVvith woman get instant relief 2OTabIets2it Sold biRed 9rossDtigF5tqreS r Fair View L i ttM r and Mrs JasEaysjyasited yFrjdayi orseaastweek t l tQelaturdavt 5S f Hubert and Walker Matingly evmeSalurdiyaild Wrs John Reynolds end son M rslial have beet the guests of tier sister Mrs Fred Gheatham- Messrs ramps Truax FKML OaTney and Bert Cheatharn sot ta bunch pf seventysix hogs 60 Mr WiHettSvaturday L BV Carney Visited his 4ah er Sunday v Prof Durljain and wif ot- Texas f r5dayi1 A MrfaridMrs Bciggs dined l the home ol Mr Prestjon l Nippm Wednesday ti I Bert BVH er cf Elff nr WJrUa osoy4nKi1ney ey r have done for the tatirettan aayothor medicine has ever done i aM still akini the plls aa I want a perfect cure Irt Barber referstoTDeXVins Kidney and Bladder Pus Sold by 5RldSS it Mclnfire V7 tASwe have not seen antlert from this place for somU timeI I wiU send in at Jew itemsr Mrs Dicki Keen spentthe fir off the week with her mother Mrs Vic Smith l1ddaughterl SSREVOLViNG5- wip- ERLESS MILT RtErAKALBILC KANSAS CITY MO IIIIStFenceCheaper I J TK lowe t priced food ubItantial lawn and Pf tf s feuic IM Writ for kiandDAIBF4c54cyIM f Qf Sold by Jj rfi1pet 1u1 C fyMO ap tbepfeagantsfuests I l hll1thII gMn I J L Miss Ijiiv Watersrpf LoUisus usIl9eisJpsie Cusick gnestf5o f week T lMastEns Willie and Arthur spent Sunda7 with thtiI Cousin Mr Richard Field iiMessrs xul Keen and Ber nardrj Smith leavfi Thursday r J moth1cafe Mi Albert and Obtie Grasfs were called to Fenwick Sunday to see their unole Mr Edd Graves who s quite sick ISTh6seof JBUillSu1ClllY were 1isw ryRIC Ifooperand Leon Blaudfofdj VMiss Louise arid Mary Bet 7Montgomery continuelhe guest O ufgomery v iI Our school opens nextMon a will Miss Lu av Wheatley as teacher Miss 5pse Fields spent a few days Idst weak the uesfc of Mrs Robert Croak at Stritigtowh 3trainwhkh is Constantly passihgthrDUgh theip Foleys Kidney Kernel makes tthe kid neyrs healthy They will train out all yastt matter rm the b ood Take Foleys KIdno ReQ1e y dJt Wilt make yoa wf to ThPub1iclj Jotin G Klein for rinerlywitri Shultz Riedel is doing al kinds of r pa1r work roofing gpottering stoves tin granite ware etc Leave orders at the Boblitt House Rev JW Williams Testifies rev Ix WI Wllliaras Hontington W V a testifies as follows This iis to Certify that I us d Foleys KWnev Remedy for nervous exhaustion and kidney trouble and am free lo sdy that Foleys KidheyRomedy yill do a tthatyOd claim ort A New Featuref therr Fairs Tne Washington County Farpromises tto be the most Interest- ingi ever given by tbe Associa fion One of the leading features wilt bo the piano exhibit Mr 0 H Bphanorf will have a nice lline of pianos and organs on display iin Fibral Hall and will give at least one piano recital a day Tbre piano that will be used in this fecifal cao be played by any one Be sure to take ad vantage of these recitals as tlr piano certainly is one of th grfiat wonders of the century All pianos and organs will be sold for asmall payment Re inainoferin monthly pay merits or as may best suit the purchaser v G H BQHA NON Spiiiigfield1Ky Representing thel Monterie- gr1ehniMitCL rust tXacUy4litht itlhavq used Dr KinffsiNcw Life Pills ioa sevpral years and find them Just exactly ricltt11 sap 1MitA A Felton of iarrtSTiU NI Y Hc w Lifcl1fttt ralevc without the least discnifort Bestrcinedy for cousti patlon bilion ueas and malaria iXc at Haydori tfobortsoos drug btorc pargaiiis in Brood Sows Vt1 a need recentpttrchofferf for sale frocb myi herd of pnrocs a fQW pro ed Jnd trie lsavs safe v1ttf Pwlhesu I svill S llihJ f4ini rs price These FOWS are reirisnrHiIianl ere g x 4 inchyiduttis uUd wtU be soltJ cheap and on OKSJ fcerms I Sill have a few cbdiceyouiiig rOars for sAle f I E SriirhSRoute 1 7gpringfleldEiji lestt tfieVVords Affords I tOlrecommenD IiHil1JNstj1emba on uy thumb and it never fans to heal 6vcyi burn woundi9whic1r Ij25cHaydon iRobrfeons drug store- 455 fotice ffQn account othe high pricesJ we are compo11edto pay afor feed Ye have depided tiudb a Strictib cash system in our buii Aftttesjs thrs date nothing wfjbe booked tv 4 PP1rKod lFor Irigigestio Ro1iev stmrtamui onofthhDgest3wIuxyoas h Notice to Water Consumers thevarntwaste of watirflIiiave their water tout Users are rettl1nded that thee of bose for sprinkling purpose iis limited to two hours per dayT V No stationary sprinklers nor open end hose are allowed In no case will the use of hose be pemittedi between the hours of 9p m and 5 am It is absolutely necessaryjto stop all needless waste of waterS land patrons are requested to- bervetheseo xulek strictly Sprihgfield Waperi and Electric Light Co H Bv McElroiy Manager l Starved fforDeath thwhati manf children whjb die Ttity have 5orms3dont know It and roe dont realize it your child lscrJ8s fretful pasty complexioned and lloses v fight tor no apparent reasonrfgive itWhitesCreara VermlfuJeyou wilt besuprised at the results and how quickly it pick p Sold byiRed Cross Drugstore To Mammoth Cave T L dWashingtonsion to Mammoth Cave July 0th on regular morning train 725 the round trip from all stations ThisI amountwill pay the railroadI fare also board at Cava hotel and long route tripI through tcave Tickets llimited to ten days Delayin cormencingtrcatt u uffor IIa slight irregularity that could have been cures quickly by Folevs Kidney Remedy may result in serious kidney disease Foleys Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out tissues and atrengthens thesfe organs Cpmmencc taki ittoday IHaydon 4 Roerton Oath a Month Apparently the people of Persia ar not gzentbetlevers Iti the old maximi Cleanliness lIr1 next to godliness for byIgo baths and n1ip abionds so to speak for the lIfriiencv of tttebr ablutions by spendIigi whole day settIng cleaned and t5iuiiod At the baths they arO washdd shaved dye their hair and gej shampooed aiid spend the est of tbtiny eating buns and drink Iqg sherbet There are fixed days for men and women and on bath days a man goes about the streets shouting HamumJUnnth tfayl After the bath the ladies have their hair plaited in a number of thin plaits which are tb1nextbltThought Only ibf tim Dynamite Some grim stories are told iof Lord Kitchener says the United Stated Ga zette and we have rend one which slthongh we cannot vouchfor the truth otltt has a decided Iptchcupr flavor about ILA young subaltern vliowaii la tharge ot some works thut court rf onstri ction In the Punjab had the misfortune to lose sonic nn tive workmen through an accident with dynamite Icarfal ot a reprl uiand from Ueudqnarlors he telegraph ed to the conunader ill chief JlegVef to ropbrt WlHiiR of twelve laborers by dynnmllp accident Euck Is said to have COIIK the IqQtiif message Do vou Vlanf nnjt mnh iLvvtmLtoS jI A MiIIIdaiIesBby Attended by the highest priced babj statnrichn y ur baby ifyou give itMcGees Babv drscntarrandht or bo llItoPrlc 23centsau4O c6ht jsold by ted Cross Drug Store Michigan Training table Following n moo ont on the inri of onto of the fraternity ujdn to lvc the football squad training table lux urlos tiLe ntlilntlr hnhrilnf nntrrt at- thcUuhcl1fltj ot MlqblJtin pass resolution to the effect that they jouhl not countenance niiy violations ofj the conforonee rules regJirdlus the aboil Uon of training tables pt training runr ters SKIlled by a Pitched Ball HenrI PIon wits struck over the bonrt by a pitched ball in a basebaU cnnie at Montreal recently apd died idinostthrough the hniuls of another plny and struck Pilpn Sflloh caught the ball throw It to the shortstop aiid droppoddead Ir fIVMiles In Training Eustace Mllos the oxBritish court icnuls champion hug already started Iraiulng with the view of clujllotiglug Jay Gould of New York the champion lulOOg If Mr Gould does not go tc England Mr Mllce will cross tim A t L antle und try to regain his tennis l m rels His TltlB rnpn esid little June what d they el1iDnmuu who Vrltos comic operas epnapoyen j1onJIIOtltbe old man ansprcreVl ho Is usually called a plagiarist Los AuucleslTlpies neWlttS WltchiHazef Sirlve is goodI fdr cuts burns Bruises and scratchest 4t Is cspeciaflylod for plIes Tfecdtn tI1dedan sold by Red OfosS Pha r macro Wi JoieyB Orino Raxative the Jasative timulatesj Jbpt doe totirrli ate It is ths bet laxative G a 5teedoryourmonyback Robertson OneMinute Cizya Gy rjr rciMght CoMc ami Crowe a wWr3RSCream Vermifuge TIEWttWTEEl WORM REMEDY l TOt CHUDRENl FAVORITE TONICj tWAhr lIITATI- NL SNUIN PUPARENLY BallardSnow Liniment Co I eTLOUle MO RED CROSS DRUG STORE IX GREAT DAYS AT THE KENTUCKY KeiskerI The Special Days program announced with Fred W Pjesldeut of the Louisvjlle cial Club as general chairman Special Days committee Thejirst will be known as GpvernOIs Tft School Childrens Day It will whenIe dedtcatlon ofi the new Live Stock Pavilion which Is Seating completion and which finished will be by far thef exhibition hail In Amerfca It a building which will reflect credit not only to the management of the State Fair but to the state itself The cere l Oyernornumber of other distinguished speak eta will be present on that occasion School children will be admitted that day for 10 cents und Prbf H C AIc E K StatethicatfOnalmilD IJndeavorlngl of children ever seen on a fairground Inn single day Tuesday Sept 16th will be College Day and Fraternal Day Prof F Paul Anderson of the State tlnlyersity at Lexington is chairman and Charles B Norton cit Louisville vice chalrn n for that day On account of the very low railroad rateg a much larger- ttendance of college students than usual Is expected and Prof Anderson is actively working for large delega ions from all the various collegiate institutions in the state All the tnt ternal organizations Louisville andi other clUes and towns of the state are invited to join Ip an effort to make this one for the biggest days of the Fag Oil this day the Judging in all dephrtmqnts will begin Horse and cattle awards will be made in the new show pavilion while all other live stock poultry and other departmentsl will be judged in arenas especially prepared for that purpose Wednesday Sept 16th wIll be Lou isville Day and Southern Indiana Day Mayor James F Grinstead of Louts yule will be chairman and Jacob Best mayor of New Albany and ENFlynn mayor of Jeffersonville vice chairmen The mayors of all throe cities will issue a halfholiday procla mation In addition to the many at tractive horse rings jack stock Here ford and Angps Qattle Ayreshire catItle DurockJersey and Chester White Swine Hampshire Cotswold and bejjudgedThursday tendaiice of the week will be known asKontucky Day and Press Day On no single day or event in the year are so many KentucklanS from all sections of the state asscmbfed together Mr Tim Needham Villlamstowh Ky president of the Kentucky Press Asso elation is chairman for that day and has named for his associates a nunv ber of the most wideawake young newspaper inen of the state and If plans do notlmlscarrx it will prove a qulllpushel1JidhvernoJ lug of all persons interested In good roads in KQII lucky on this day at the State Fair Every city commercial club and fiscal court In the state will be invited to send delegates and itis expected to her6 organize a permanent Good Roads Association iii Kentucky The quMtldnj of securing the adoption by the peoplp In 1909 ot the Bosworth good roads 4nieninent to the Consti tution wilt be discussed With low railroad ratos and th State Fair at tractions It Is thdught a recordbreak lug crowd of good road advocates will be on hand Friday 5ept ISth has ben desig nt1hs Equity Day and Grange Day J Campbell Cantrlll of Georgetown Ky president of the Kentucky Branch AmerioanSpclGty of Equity has been hanifd as chairman and F P Wolcott- of Covlngton Ky Master of the Ken tucky State Grange xlce chairman Arrangements are being made for an Iinjmense parade of the members of the Society of Equity coiujvoscd of the many tobacco growers in both the dark patch and burfcy diStrJcts- t4rou1h the streets of Louisville that day This p3Vorful organization as slated by that noble baud of true and enlightened farmors known as the Pat rons of Husbaiidry are uniting their efforts and walking shoulder to shoUl- der in this move and propose to make It an ovont of farreaching importance and magnitude to the Kentucky farm er Misa Alice Loyd the daughter ofIthe Society of Equity will deliver anI address The judglng In all depart ment4 except horses will bo concluded this day and in the afternoon there will be a grand parade of all the wipners JiQrses mules Jacks and prizeS tie in the Livestock Pavilion with rib bonn attached and animals placed in the order the awards were made Saturday the last day Will be Ev SiOrybodysunder any other day will certainly ha included In thlllt Fairs TimeKeepers cf Progress Presldenjr McKinley in his ptecch map upon the grounds ot lastjniiffalo Exposition said am ng j tJt1uS Wnlrs and Expositions he t1znepfdqs which mark thepro J ITTS jjf nations and every fair great f tnall nus helped Insorcte onward ropcau LANES PILLS literiWss1ri11JxHELP THE LIVER go Its work aid em MuMfaUo eiitetongqe25 Dttet Cst Ny 25 CtftCs Mid kf CfIM ELMNE A M K LhM Jb tl 8Jtritil ttnydon 8c Robertson I r j Sl 1 i I Iff University1ILh8 1 I ci 5 I namel he State IniVers1ty Lexington Keiittcky ofFisri the f ig iw5 I EaineerinMiningLaw extends anda dyer fouryears and leads to a acheIors decree alto a srLsiS f nte4the 1i forworkad fa degree in thy suDect WHaCOllptI pleted The Academy for preparatory instruction ia retained l Connty appointees receive free tuthoi privi1eg of residence in tJt oiitoriesfueland light traveling expenses if they remain ten con4ecutiTi mthiJI aadmodern or one The collegiate year I The tP az requiredi bY Cncr1 w4tkliberalEach department has a specialist as its head with the necessary ttyeai n was I assistants l07It 5Yomg women findan excellejit borne with Board and lodging in Patt Hallwhich is well equipped with all the modern convenience bath oaf Ubfl for physica cu hire at 300 perwee AcouriMofstudy in theiUnivrsitr are 1 I open malesTheOMriac Laboratory and EH I departinsWswhichFor catalogues methods of obtaining appointment information C farduifof study and terms of admision apply to r IIcourses JAMES K PATTERSON Ph DlL L1D lresiden- tI to D O FRAZE E Business Agent 1lorI l t I 1goI0Il I i iiiiS- 5 STATE FAIR PROGRAM V 6peolal Prizes Superintendents of Departments c F The very handsome sum of 25000 supplemel tedbyspcclll prizes amount ling to 5000 will bq offered In premi kyStategrounds and in itsnew home the week of Sept 14 to 19 Inclusive In nearly every department the prize money has been materially increased over past years and as a consequence the most attractive and liberal classification ever presented by a fair south or the Ohio river Is Offered to prospective exhibitors In the horse department the prizes are 30 per cent greater and Iin themi1 a per c5 and st- poultr Amc two h theLjfor to be- iflcatic Depart the varlou tf the pair exhlbl value r In the- orered for an be its- Other j s Cup r Broa finest Montg Ball B est and a torso Erdba u t rlllbest registered stallion or mare n over tljree1 years of age and to be shown In hand a cup by Powhatan Stock Farm for the finest stallion mare or gelding a 50 cup by Srayser Bros of Lyndon Ky for roadster championship and a trophy by John M Sharp of t oujsvllle for the light harness championship the Dr Me Chord cu1tlvtn byW P hayes of Bjldomflnid Ky for senior herd of Jack stock and Amc rican Jack Breeders Association Special for Junior herd of Jickitoek the lump sum of 500 do njatod by the American Shofthcrn dat tje nreeders Association for prizes for horthorn cattlo and a like amount the American Hereford Association IliY prizes for Jhe IIiprefordkbreed 125 by the Louisville Tobacco prlzesIcup the American Jerk shire rescntctb Dotation for the best young pcshlrcs exhibited by a Kentucky breeder and numwcWH h1thealoner of Agrlfculture I i TLs Kerttudjcjl oreedcr of livestock iil pubIca Pl iU FairSFar cMalogiu envy blKnks orotl rhntormadoj write JVwninn Socrotary 320 Paul Jonci Building Louis yule Ky 5C FOLEYS HONEY AND TAR The original LAXATIVE cougli fewsdjfJ For coughs qolds throat and lunip troubles No opiates Nonalcoholic Grood for everybody Sold The tellMIn rOLEYS HONEY aYiUewpackage Kef useeVUWherej vPr Ml enI1 Fily Cnipiiy i i11ttsonii IuIuubiI i I A R SHULTZ Jf W ItUEDEL U- SHIJLUZ f RIEDEL tt tj Plummers Tin hers f and Dealerfl Jik 1 udVareStvesiahdo rinwari Q v I t t 4 n J e have just Hj new of I fi will sell SS for the OIL v + V fS Hoe4 f r A of and SS z I i can i l i J i cc iEy 5 f Come andl ief ij I= Funerals In to worten to theydoare yerj a funeral paseeg the coffin is carried upoa tIw by stel horses to the thV their desire for display All the mat turin bers of tho fntnlly frlOMda oY the follow on toot with inline fempty behind thcnk As deft1itof toi VAlkj Aftec the tbefpethe r boit Lotnet l j gla 4 r We the very 5and bave rIIII ariety Nqw tiitoget Gardenl7Q fi J JE 2f1ltakesHosales i 4t 4i1 e fWe the best kardiaitlo on the r tIreceived supply 1 toCooking Stoves aftd Range whichwe atprbestoplee IIiII Agents celebrae4 PERFECTION STOVES Garden lAm Hvw I Refrigerators v Watr Gpilab figiryfe make a speciality Plumbing Tin Roofing Contracts ITIIAt HertleillST1 You get tee CreamSoda Sundaes everyday FrePi toothsome Cakes and Candifei I ooftDrinksSMeas 1FOR OANDY NOVrED puciij 2 KATIE HER 1EIIt diir L Per According Boclalwagei irtimnte trlend tWltefli procession through thestreetg aytoiIowedtUofonror tccoxdujs meqUHof mourjierd nod rtrid decisejV cnfrlnges bet evldence respetl carriqM IOI handle ista jhave tiaIkM and rjijz IL- =Dr ShoopsS fleadach Tabt5J ItED CROsS DRUG STORE I r T I o DRG AftSIDEMT T DENTITIt TEETH EXTBACTED Lt PAINi 4boa h pftWiPgxYtiAll Dental iWork Strici1rr 4 ALI AtUDbIInr t at SIrk Ohoirs8to 9a m 11 s er BydOflrrugth rlM1pt MD gpkt II OKr 1Iae fuNsrIsRIL7 RISuce N j I 1 wFpQRIGsBY t ATTQNEYAT LAW IierPeo4 Ik 1 yv JWiJF ikLMWHYATT0 lDi 8PAULDING O oy t Red t3rp s Drue lf mc houra Hyatt 1030 f 12 m tQ5 pm 81udig r ttp 4 pm and all night1 tdINVMA riI- UlflItIJ utETot t iAUUCFIEOEM8ALMR R T11EPP4ONL DytPdIGHT74t RLDjG Aiits ffeotiOryPd OpLce to let Soft Dripk 1 keCrcm and Sodk SWa4rif isibe ajIcifrsshetoft lM r idies and Fruits S1ways on hand rI rMw eInext to Wai fI totHotiL I S1 i Leon Allen i E Shelbye keeerol fom Mm logsW t5 jA tktYjlnrs t f w R PD 1 Springfield Ky- W t b q6P1aceToP Stop J We fn itevpr Washington andtt Nelaojn iCdunty iriends when in Jxui3iyllie and looking for aJiplaceitb stop to call on us Wa1i avverall r i1ip J1yFiruish OOllSI wMcwe will let for lodgers for Iihort of Idgg stay aWeason bltraeLIf r llljtioektedi pn theNortkwestcort lI rScSeTeBfa 4 and IJTacKet Sts Irvin Wimwitt John Edelen h ja 1I 1r1D1 Washington k cR Spiinglield Choice e Manotactured by J44 Jar1ipe qp v Wpayhighest market jmc for granu If ju want tbeOtst FiLOlJR Iryour grocer for = b 00HT NEGLECT 1 YOUR KIDNEYS iI iI1 to u vm 1ttu M I imy Aid I I JfeL IIej r Haydoii alUltil offerottbeLOuiuviI1eTiaeJIJti OO PftI months and NeLeader jDf Jflt fiCO I t iil T9YNSSg 4i Local Happenings oT Interest The Ftktfld Latest I iI FriIP Jioat lorget the new Prodnce1 House on Main street Ward to buyA good Jer sej MilkjCdw TI Tiapp POB SLAsin6pigs j Rpbt Parrdtt Springfield gy vt J I have Jdriale 9000 bundlest off oftti r JWheatey j Springfield Ky gev4a Williams willI preaetivat Valley Hill Bchool I bpdttpe t Sunday evening aV4 oclock J 1ake y country produce to WHomaDget highestsprices When you want a nice picture f meca1IatLeachmanl Cain bflJI and select the molding andleaye ourorSer The new Produce House on Main Sretis tie plate to take your chickensandegsifyoi want the highest market prices Leachman Campbell the furniture men are npw well equipped to make picture frames 4 6ll1ehF0Rhouse on 0rundy Aye 5 rooms and bath metal roof 19ft about 60x420 t pG McElroy There win ben services at he methodiat church on next JSundayns Rev Lyou is at Qlen d Ieantracted meeting + The Springfield llege boys layed the Poortown team a ame of ball it High School ark on last Saturday afternoon which resulted in a victory lor the College Boys by a score ofl 12 to 10 I School taxes for the year 1908 are now due July 30th is toe last d yograce After that the 5per cent penalty will tbEe added TJierJ will be someone at my Officifati alLtimes to re ceive payments of taxes G 0 Wharton Cojlector Lay aside all business c resI andarrange ypur affairs so that you may take four days off be ginning Angust 12th That is the date of thk opening of the Washington county fair when everybody is expected to lura out and haye a good time Harry Shultz has srone toI sirchesterW Bincflesterb klanceRobertson another Springfield boy has signed with the same j club and has been doing some good pitching MrN Irving Adams w lives about three miles east of town and whose farm joins the one sold llast week byMr J F Epperson sold his farm Monday 11 tip Mr Hetiry Off ntt The farm ontains 140 acres and the price paid wa425Q per acre The Springfield Graded School will open the second Monday in September with the same corps of teachers employed as last year with the exception ol Prof Kesner who was teacher pf the eighth gl adeProfGearg Colvin will have charge off the eighth Jin addition to his usuall duties as principal l We call aLtenionihis week to advcrtisemeat of the Bosley farm sale which is to take place r CC C C here is I NothingA In which delaylss0I c1ngerotis as in eye trouble when you consider that you Can get along fairly well without any seqseexceptsikht ierstandii ij toitkeiiochancesWiLhit i C It ItCIf C OwksiessisUTeIIYoUWeM C We kaytkcPrperriH4IR r 1rRiNE MSSELL c SpriBgfleM Jv 2 nc c 1TOFiG8 J on August 18th This is one of the most desirable farms in this section It isl to be divided and i containingj fsal Nellie the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Jtenry Peterson died Saturjay morning at her home at Tens She was ibright child and her sweet and winning disposition endeared her allShe was eight years of age and diea of appendicitis The funeral took place on Monday at Bethlehem aud was con ducted by Rev B L Purdom Court Day Sales S M Campbell the auctioneer reports the iollowing sales rtf live stock on Tondaty yearling Iteersat 16 25 a head cow and call 41 cewSBOj oldOw and ca1f21cow and calf 2725 cow 27 sow and 9 pigs 1250 9 shoats at 2 46 each6shoats at 2 60 8 shoats at 32QJ a 4year old mare 138 mare and colt S130 mare and mule colt 85 1d mare 40msre 25 sorre- lorse83 TQliac q Warehouse Messrs A P Goodlngr Jr W L Petty of Lexington the gentlemen who are interested in the proposition to establish a lloose leaf tobacco market for Springfield are here this week Ibe gentlemen have opened negotiations with the Washing ton County Tobacco Warehouse Co with a view of leasing the warehouse and plant of that company MessrsOodingand Petty will ublI propositions to the Board of Directors which morningilextunderstand provide for the leas l propertyforterms sUGhas will guarantee to the stockholders very handsome returns on the investment Mr Petty is an exporter of Burley tobacco and be buys and handles t jneparinhet is necessary tQtpm it1 and it iis jproposed to establisb stemmery Ihere which will emyioy more than a hundred hands Mr Petty who came in yesterday has looked over the warehouse property and expresses hicpsejf as being greyly pleased with the plant Th propoitionoard of Directors are not yet thlttheagreeing A meeting of tIle stockholders of the Warehcuie Company has also been called tIt I I Ec th Jen Q Ec I iiWHHHH jj- Te ethex 1 tracted with Iout PAIN or DANGER No charges iwhen plates are wanted If a Abb WORK f is I Done inthis office Is lslr I adIiIffYSTALlARDDDSI s 1 Springfield Ky M for Friday and it is possitle that the stockholders will act iin the matter in case the directors fail tp agree Theadvatttages of a loose leaf tobacco market to a comnmnityl are t important to he IgnoredI and every effort should be mad by ail who have the prosperity of the town and county at heart to aid in tht movement to secure the enterprise These gentlemen are lookine for a location in this particular section of tHe state They are favorably im pressed with Springfield and will establisht thff enterprise here provided they can make desirable arrangements The people cf Springfield and thetttobacco growers of Washington county should nitetin the effort to se cure the establishing of thisen terprise It meatis much in a financial and business way for the town and county Other towns in this section we understand are anxious to have Ia chance at securing the business and it it is be hdped that the gentlemen who have the matter ttf decide will look to the best iin terests of the community Death of a Little Girl The death angle visited tht home of Mr Jesse Smith and took his little daughter Lillie Barnett age four years She was a bright little girl and loved by all who knew lIter She was sick onlyaiew days until the death ran le called her homt She leaves father mother three sisters and five brothers to mourn her death funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Walter and the remains were laid to rest in the old Hall ceme tcry The bereavEd family have the sympathy of the community A COUSIN Notice to Contractors J Bids will be received ty m e for covering with sbingks the bridge across the Beech on the Mt Zion turnpike between Mooresville ani Hays scales The bridge is 225 feet long with twelve foot rafters Specifica tions and further particulars will be furnished on application to the undersigned J p MA YES Road Supervisor t For Rent The house and llott on Main Cfioss St now occupied by Dr JI Smock Apply vto Miss Fannie Wall f TRY LADIES CLUB TEA ITS TUE B- ESTBARGAINS H If you are looking for Bargains in Gro ceries come to see us Saturday August tJ1 1908j We are offering for that the following Cash Specials t171bsgr nul ted Su ar lY1 woixner 1 ob 3 cakes German Sweet Chocolate 0 v r lOiu 1O 1cbottle Vanilla for W Sv 25 1 50c can Royall Baker Bowder jy vv 45 3 dozen Heiozs Sweet Pickles 4 25 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper soaps v 5 7 bars Lenox Soap 2 2 qans 15c Chunk Pine Apple rjlfvVvJ 25 1 can Sliced Pine Apple regular 30c valued c i f 25 2 cans extra good corn i ji Jr is3 cans IGc Tomatoes L 25 1 cake 25c bitter Chocolate V 20 FLOUR The Fair will soon be here If you ex pect to contest for the premiums on wanttoorIROYALbrands if you prefer them MCELROY SHADER llI JLS38 3H1 Sjll val amD S3IQV1 AMI f lrhe Walton ISflftINGFleleO KY A Him Rofcertsen Manager Dont stayat home and cook curing this hot weather Come and eat with us Meal tickets at special rates G1veusatxa1- We serve an Extra Dinner 11 and Supperon Sundays Dont miss them IIAll Water served in our dining room is T thain Wa tar This is a great treat S 1 When in town make your headquarters at Th0 Walton IMrtire at Crab Mrs W S townIat her home near Pr and Mrs JJ3 visitingIHaniman Pennare Mrs Caasells l45S R Mrs Leo CunningbamwsI ther mother at Mr Garland inLouisvJlle Monday Miss Willa Casell Hughes is visiting her aunt Mrs WW Kayi Mrs E E Buster returned to her home at I1arodsburg yes terday after a few days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jpbn Y Ma yes Mr W P Clements of Leba non was here yesterday Miss zulaNally is at Tatbam Springs arMrsFriday for Springfieldl Tenn Mrs Garland Tfibmpson and childranjiotj Louisville arevisi tig Mrs N P Thompson Cff Pleasant Grove- MissCjithariiieRusseiris com bining busines and pleasure athiswMrs Elmer Foster is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W T McMillian Mr Joe Price of Owensboro is visiting bis brother MrC Ltf Price y- loneyqfLouiSIvilJeiftj j Popet MrsJ B Hill andMrs Felix HamUtoii of Lebanon are guests of Mrs W Tk Leachman tpday 1 Profand Mrs W O Vaught after a yisitof several weeksit with Mr and Mrs S R Gray arenQwat Lake Chautauqua j 1LY i MiSs Flaget Simms will return frpin Owensborb Friday I Mrs Charles Ammftt of Elizaj beihtown is Visiting berbr therc Mr JL Allen Miss Kate Woodbridge who was a guest of Mrs R E CcILawson three weeks returned to her home at Henderson last I rdaylil Miss Hettie Rudd who has Bowlj1gGreen turn home at rdayI Mr Jamei Hughes of Bloom i field spent yesterday with his I sister MnvWl WRay Mr Yancey Barber of Bards town was here Tuesday 9 o Misses Lula and Ida Young visited friends in Lebanon last week and attended the Cha tautt qoao J Mrs A Gtand children and Mrs Mattiel Glover and i children who hav lLbeejn visiting t at the home of Mr S C Van j Afsdalfo have return d to Col urnh e bus Ohio Mrs Miry Weisen of Crescent HuKwho has been visiting her j sisterVyMrsr w E Leachman i and Mf Susie Penn left last I Saturday fQr a two weeks stay at French lisk Springs Jnd Mr and MrsXThea Campbell Mls3 Bessie Cainpbellj Hood Junnngham and Marshal Dun can attended the dan at Leba non Thursday night Miss Fannie loCkoi7odg- pnville j isa guest of her cdusin Pr S J Smock Miss Fannie Smith of Bluom fietd is visiting aSphe hom of Mr John Jl Barber Miss Omeali Irvine iof iqUii ville is visiting Miss Nell Greene a Miss Eleanor Duncan will re I I ffi n rc = t1 Oj cr ct1 = rni 1 c p r I2 i I1 DONT WAIT t D I J I The time is drawing near Remember our Greati j f I Clearance Sale closes August 1st This is the greatest II Feast of Bargains that Wasnington County people ever I f r had offered to them and we urge you to take adc i i8tageof same before it is too late r1V Prices Are Being Cut M Less Than Costtr1 r tion some articles from everydeprtrnent Tlieep t est cut is made in Clothing now is the timeto buy C ItI a suit or pair pants i I We have on hand a good selection of Carpets Matting 9x12 Rws ami L small Rugs which we close out for less than COST Jl6 i I SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY ANOSATURD tcd Hoosier Cotton 4c not over ID yards to a customer J i2500 Yards Embroidery at 12 price 25OOrds Lace atl2ics t I THE ROBE TBONCLAY5 fOOKEt l rI U CORP RAhD- t I iHIi c Iturn frpm Lebanon tolayafter spending ten days with Miss LouiSe McElroy Mrs J W Bptts of Owentoh iis expected by her parents Mr and MIs S R Gray the latter part df this weeki for avisitV Mrs H P Mcrhord of Leb aron is visiting tier parents Mr d Mrs W T McBlroy Mrs Henry Mckfee ofEUza bethtown is visiting Mrs Annie McElroy Missi Louise McAfee of Eliza bethtown and Miss Amatida Tat of Can 1ellsvilte who were guests xof Missed Fannie nd Annie McElroy haye reI turned ito tneirhdmes Mrs Matt Mayes basVeturnedj from Lebanon where she spent a weel with Mrs John B Mabon 4 Miss Mary Brownvof Louis ville is expected ho eSaturdayr to spend a monthwithher sisters j Mrs Mary Sweeney returned o Lduisyille this morning after severall weeks visit with friends here MisS Flaget Siinms who is visiting Mrst Thomas Medley 6f Owensborp was guest of honor fMIl is from ast Tuesdays Owens boro Messenger In honor of Miss Flaget Simms of Spring field one of the mqst delightful dances of the season was given oh MonthLy evening by Mrs ThomaslMedleyand Miss Yin centia Hill at the armory at the of Mulberry and third streets The music was furnish ed by Daniels orchestra A large crowd was in attendance StockhoFdersMeeting The stockholders of the Wash1 ington County Tobacco Ware house Company wiltmQetatthe Court House in Springfield Kyc Friday July lUst 1908 at 1I clock P Mfr itbe purpose f transacting important busi ness concerning the Warehouse c Company and of interest to all- obacco growers of Washington County Every tobacco grower of Wash ington County whether a stock holder in the Warehouse Com panyor not is directly interest d in the business proposed t5 bo transacted One object of the meeting i ito dbain the sent iment of all persons interested in tobacco on questions of utorel policy that must be deci the people Therefore all citi andiiJas F Gregory President 1I1 FAIR WN8E8 I c BY t ibytcrian Ghnrcht LADIEb ill be ser d eac3g gf t nihitheatreJ It I J1 L = 4 t 1t t t I IE IIIIAND PICNIC j t I Saturday August Sttt Jtjj- At b fREDERICKSTOWN l KY 1 III K 1 r II kThe members of Holy Trinity church at Frei rWi p i town KV vilI hOld their usuatpicuic on the bcMlifvl ll ryi and shady lawn serrounding the church property Tb 4 W annual church affair now enjoys such a good fep tk II li0 for jnro eDt fun good order and fine preraraigrom w I fl away that it is hot necessary to frf ist p hat rt JF order will prevail and 111 be guartnteed bycoxiapeNo4 0 IIIda TI S Marshall frii Brinx the children the ban sonMl bijtiriir iTW 4 t premium AIL are welcome 1tt Iti- ePWNTVTOJ3AT f Jf I 4 C Plenty Ci cool harmle adrinks and plenty1of rJfJ 7 1 Fish Pond Jjane Ra ki Wbeet of Fortune jfe ay t J attractions J 0 j THE cOntM1TTth iItA r f1 2 BOSLEYffARMFORSALEITEt I 4wi 140 Acre Tract 11256 Aci 1Ict i M Acre Tricti 4OAcTSTFICt kc 4 Oii1Tu sday August 18t1908 j At 2 oclKlf JIBI MI the prenibts t 3 4the farm belonging to the helr df Mrs Marrtt 1Itc sold to the hlAbest bidder In tracts ai iatcatM I This farm la located in Pleaiant RUB elfoI 11IaJ t and Washington county Use OB LebMf awJLTMUMi i turnpike B miles from JLebiHOH 7 mil from 4t imils from Texas Ithas Bwral JfreeteUYti a service with a cess to 3 churckes witktal 12 m oyer A roads tlThe 140 acre tract Is equipped with oaaif TMHL faMM WWarand modern stock barnj mortised tobacco bm and allMtioiHiffis outbuildings Th 125 tract kas nw box vi The other tracts are wIthout bQIk Ih Th1sfarmIsnearlyal1iiradl M a kinj anc fix ration Itis especially adapted to the gowThot 7v I Burley Tobaeea f thaving twice In last twelve years topped tM Lwifcvityc single hhd and average fOpentire crop aateaoJfurther l1pforination calll otI DC aMreittboth 1eethBsJcy ft I F D r 1 4444 t e4 4 3 E eftE Tee Cream Sr R Th Modern WocMknMi llitlj w v an Ilet Crc m Suyptr 11 f fAt Maud rq Ii WEDNESDAY NIGIf tFrom 5 to 10 pm Proceeds fer Wtoteiis al tnqltdy Cortlatty to M m IE EE aEaa TW f r I 7 THE MEllSLE 7 DSRt 7L4TTi c F v7t 1J bissiis n pr acrib Jrice TbIch t am aoM iu Ow Grind d pf oif OpkwUo iniftitff or oiM Ik1IS IWrijt bwte IaipiI Ed uot rc- disaoU LthO sellskr tO per re bet when n V Is to Mee Ck towiyrtfkm t M tWJf tlnd prodoeesirrmii tWt efIsvjflfaFujt Asoc qSaxL 4M end rscrs =hIgh prices M s 8OIDplVrl i sJ Bst 1 formatios 4 JfY leer 4 il esetern JUir r f1r of Ma but niece the 11Irs rpaa they nil rids t ic l lnn M pilegupsechn 4S t i ass =to offset ybo4 J4ere and M vf1wil feel t 1 Hti11IC w a rts y ai oopa fc to st1b IU prompt action fa I jjjj the weesgsd rvt tlI i yoet get Ia a few days but r jIIjII cen actually feel the BOTi That tired lifeless X i lfeellnf will qwkklj depart p l ktaVMtef tile Kei brative Dr tJ rf MOfi KettontiTe will sharpen a 11111 f appetite it aids digestion- 4 weannedXtdIp i Drplyreoo J 4 kt 4 iSt tattheeorgan5L ii tIoL fteW ty Rfddrpss re TT- S TSY1olio mg ire d I o1dintbentck3t PsrJ r i9O81es trasreported s liihhiiifart Jill 223 days llY Q4Mownju1y285days i r YrtAKiIt44 days- Divills1 I AthSdlf Jjfxtoftonj August 10 54ay j UtoffD Agust115 day- ilMAitl dayS l i4 j 4 dsIgeld Auguit 124dyfI IIbsbsdyi1t Asgut f 18 v o 44d7 r Xairrtmtbnrg August 18 Lr y sCarrel GaJi Owen Jri JustbLc pi ir cYa Mb iric AugaatlO4 days ffA JBwii AmfSMit 20B days I254dIY8fLo44ot i Aukt 253daa rt I1Isibthtowu Asgu f jc Sy1 2 f Bnrgton August 264 days ysJ Sooiaca t Sett 14 days 8 aarii ri irf Bspt 18 days BwiHitown Sept 24 days T t Fan Greek Sept 24 days MoiAioidi Sept 84d11Hpif yUlf Spt Qf days Gow Scpt94 daysIfr i 1t t A CMtevtci WfMM ig always + fowMlwth 3 saipe house rt v IW HH lallari Snow LinlMea ItIf 5kep sytry alfcr of the family oi tfre from aeeu and Pfcii It heals ct buci anneads a 1lreSrlte li r ttl r nsrtIgL1lainlago and al- it i Mnca1ar OCIS a4ItinueAL 25 c 5klQlJ fr hotle Sold by Red 1 Craw Dm f Store t 1 ik vJPsny 1ot iMgjfchins start by learmlng- l tricks to work on tbfelr frlejrtii J=JiS to o thatnujt boy can perform ftiI M la celled thehdiolviiig H HiyM Go to ipm glazier and bdr hiLa cut out a circular piece of glass Mlkctly tWsb a ekuy Hide tb b ttSl y tembJr with waterianU ask for a F IMkICCbkC1J penny- Take the handkerchief shake it h Mw air hto aUO WJps yoq brIng th fUagI out of 16 rlj8l6eve Into your h4 detttite h Mk rcBlef vto cov yr hui 4o keep the gkuw penny atSusSiSP 4 jfoil drafi it dowa your sleere ani jmrii iiM jtaM MMrip Let some onv hoU tht hawjkwchkf with this Inf ea tW P Mh the nmblr of water 7 tIiIioe o the handker 1 i tht jfer to let jo tie sear aM tb 8hl kite the tiix pi Iet JJfAte a Jtw piecr the taaiWer tcJl8DTe tM hawlkerchief tte st ipdMon e t piiny II iUi IM Lytbshwf Hp Into ypnr Mpd aad pretewJ t taiM koath tuaber f r PeI Mkrs j1i a minw irlllta TUb wi itIy4atnew if d itt04 iil with a a pk wJt ttpper k jV IM A LIVING TOMB j JJ was once third mate of the Water IIthIIj OM aikumu ibe was dischargtogaa VIer1VUfilttol eWefy consisted In keeping a watchful jye IpOIi1L1e stevedores at work In tWI boidv NtfwitSitandlng all my vigilance eMU and cases wcr onstnt1yefllL OB 6eck void of 1M iJeel censured by the chief officer Jar Mt keeping a sharper lookout This iaBed me much for I was confident tMgang thea at work were not the dspedatorLIAt Jut t received a hint from the epek that there was always plenty ofI fre lbtocklnr about In the forecastle and the inference 1 naturally drew was that he sailors mid effected njj ft M t te h61d by forcing a passage through the Bulkhead In the fore peal and wae nightly incursions up n the belcwjttwiuct and endeavor to catch some 4t the crew m flagrant dellcto 1 told the first mate the susplclons ifjvrBrtalued and he considered my rict ft ROOd pneiso shortly after I rIbatclwrI I groped my way forward for som- edJfIfucectambcllng on bands and kpeee over chests hales and boxes un Lt nutJ fpund my pro ress Impeded by macWneryklhatchway to the other on the starboard On tide the port side and5 amidships small cases of wine were stowed antM J could easily lift them I commenced gJ4altNdAt last on removing a good sizedl bale I found empty space before tac j and concluding bad arrived at the lRaln hatchway whence all the cargo been removed 1 faced about andl becan lowering myself by my h ndsl and feet to ther keelson hut a case iI gracped gave way and I was suddenly precipitated to the plank flooring the package fallldg upon my legs and holdI ling me down with Its weight which was considerable f The air was hot rand stifling and a peculiar sickening pdor hung upon It Afjer fumbling 19mf pocket for a match T sr ick tbe last due I had agnlost the Iron band of thecase Dl rectly It Ignited a sheet of white flame fitted around and In its pale weird lIght I saw a ghastly skeleton crouched In close proximity to where I Jay I uttered wild screams for help but only the echoes of voicemy own an swered and no other sound broke through the dread stillness save hurrying rush bf many feet as theJ of tatafed over andfiwayfrcW1me I could see nothing In the Intense darkness but as If lured by fascina tlbai I laueFd II the direction of the ghastly figure until my eyes were most out of their sockets I waS but a youngster and I could bear the hbrrl rtejfantasy no llonger My overstrained nerves relaxed anti I swooned How long I remained unconscious I cannot tell but when my senses re1 turned I heard a noise a short distance ahead of where I lay and saw a ray of yellow light gleam through the inter slices of some loosely stowed packages n my right Then a sound of a mans olce fell upon uy ear and by the torte of If I knew that a sailor namedi Qarstairs was In the vicinity of where 7 lay tsa good thing for us the mate thinks its the lumpers as broaches the cargo or wed never get a drop of this good liquor Say Bit cant we smujr voyagehomeCarstairs I callptl In n faint voice that sounded strangely unnatural even to myselfi Helpl Im Jammed up here BUt Bill did you hear thitr halt shrlekedthe terror stricken sailor TlJ4Summat nnatral anyhow Lets get out of this Joe I knew no good would ever come of this way of doing business replied his companion For mercys sake dont leave ime here to idle cried OrSsure said C rstalrs Wbatfs he art 2r down here Spying on Us I spor But If heVgot hurt Itsjbest we shou go and help hint Ihs not a bad sort and perhaps he wont split on us 1 was sorely brulc d but no bones wrp broken Thb sailors assisted along until I got unuer the main hate Way then they went up on deck s the forecastle and told the mate they thought some one was down the hold He thinking I had made a capture opened the hatch and I wns hoisted more dead than alive from the hold benpatlu I explained all to tbe mate qxcept the part relating lo the two sailors for I did not wish to get them Into troubles tney had aided me andnextday the remaIns of tbe unfortunate stowaway were broughtup on deck iTrom a paper fouud in tire pocket of is coat wft ascertained his name and tormer residence and afterward Jeavneil that the uniappyi man bad wlli d to Join hla sweethe rt in Australia but having no money top y for a passage lie had stowed himself away In the pump well whence no sound cotlid reach tile deck and so inet the terrlblle fate I have recorded There was no more cargo broached at night aboard the Water Nymph that trIp Literal There oIJn nina the glghtof whom ls good for soreeyes J ofyours1lNo be 1Is an oculist Balllinorv tlcr To Clean CarpdsI anditoraxsolvedl in a large bpckdtful of iolU soft water Let stand until cool then add two ounces of sulphuric etberj noorjtktiMj brighten the carpet To A pj waIseints id ftlsWf amount of nouris IwTtLrd1t1c muLcloiz is pMurjsJ1 swv 44MJdL1f4 1 t II It keVw bopie IiIodii ij I x any tM OAtLe or A LLDRuooirrs ooc AND tioc 15b PSYCHIC FORCES Their Existence Proved Yet Scientists Cannot Graf Thm- j I hate seen enough to make me be Lilj eve In JJollifers fourth dimension buMdotft Myjollnd Iso constructed thaf such wonders as we meet In seilncesproduce very little effect ofa nowIcorn of potatoes nut as for belief well that Is not a matter of tbe will but of evidence and the evidence Is not yft sufficient to bring me to any definite conclusion In fact hi the broiid dnyJ and especially the secqud day after 1 exInichet speaks of this curious recession ofbellef and admits his own inability to retain the conviction that at the ino inent of thepLeiionjonon wall complete Xft Rnnnpr is the sittIng over tItan in doubts come swarming back upon me be says 4The real world which surround us with Its prejudices Its rcern of habitual jjpihions holds us In so strong a grasp that we can ccnrcely free ourselves completely Certainty does not follow on demqn stration hut on haUt Maxwell says 9 believe In these phenomena but L see no need to at tribute them to any supernatural inter v ntion I am Incllqed to think the are produced by some forte within our selves Just what he means by that 1 cant precisely explain Its harder to understand than the spirit hypoth esis He goes on to say that while hir Iis certain that we are In the presence of an unknown force he ls convinced beIfounddlscovet a nore completeffcrmula Than t pursn he piiophesle3 Every natural ffact should be studied and If It be rent incorporated In the patrimony of knowledge He then adds with thItrue scientists humble Ticknowledg ment jof the Infinite n Rch of the Undls covered universe Our knowledge IIs very limited and our experience young Hainlln Garland in Everybodys Magazine a i A Terrific Tumsie Hosb marvelous of all the stories o great tails Js tlt accooln of Charley Voolcots terrific tumble tom a heigh of no Iess than 3 000 feet It was IV Venezuela and he was making a para chute descent The parachute refuse to open till within lOOor 200 feet froni tile ground Then It spread out sud denly and split The unfortunate mau crushed both ankles and both knect broke his fljlit thigh and hip dlslocat ed his spinal column arid suffered btbei injuries Yet after a year in a bo plta ho recovered sufilciently to write au account of hat was probably the most fearful accident mortal man ever sur bed Spilled Mercury Mercury Bpllled on a table or floor tis somewhat hard to collect unless specla precautions are taken owing to its tendency to divide into small globdies wh ch roll away at the slightest torch If a wet ring is made around the spilled mercury by the aid of a wash bpttleor other similar means it will be found that the globules of mercury cannot cross the ring The mercury can then be collected in 91maU shovell made from a piece of thin card or eyen an ordinaryenvelope Race of LIfeeThere wouldnt be so very much fun In living if there were not a hurdle or two to jnmnpVcr la this ice of life There always bate been obstacles and iflere tars wllltbe and it of no use to repine over themllanchestetI Union Our Neighbors Sundny School TeacberWhy did the Lord command us to love our neigh bora Little LolnOhl guess It was another way of telling us to love our snemies New Orleans TlmesDemo crat NO man Is nobler born than anothf unless he 1 born iwltb better abilities and more amiable disposition Seriecy Whitewashing Fruit Trees Whltewashluff fruit trees Is a pood practice Lime Is a wholesome agentt tilingsIdIlls Before whitewashing the loose bark should be rubbed or scraped off When thus applied the whitewashing jVromotlhghdisposerIIIor eggs qt insects hIcIt pitey upon it tJCharred Cobs For Pigs tThe pigs should have CCe sltcp vile of charred qobff or dry Wood Ushes qs it is beneficial In correctlug the acids arid aids in the bone development of theanimal The elements which go to bone building animals are huparted to them when they are Enabled to get charcoal and leIs quite as Impdrtaut as salt Charcoal wljl also tend to pro rent worms In hogs and cattle rr roiiowei the Water Could you do soncthfng for a poor ilo sailor asked a wanderer at the ear door of a suburban hduse out Doming recently Poor old sailorl echoed the bdusq wife who had opened the door Ycsm I followed tho water for twenty years Well saId the das she slamriied the door In the face of bpr unwplcorae visitor all Ive got to say Is you cer lllidJever caught It London Answers jf Alexandria Egypt All correspondents with Egypt in all parts of the world should he warned that It is necessary to put the word iIEgypt on all communications ad dressed to Alexandrfn as a great deal beenVdressecto the Egyptian dry being de livered to Scotland Canada Jsew South Wales Cape Colony Italy the United States of America and other countries whdre towns of the same mime exist Egyptian Gazette Alexandria SThe Berliner On the theory that might goeg boiforo right the Btrllner tights his way jiasi old ladles and tired women unto crowd ruthiossiyostIutrout nlolcncrtbntt capltalbtoLudoriOutlii iAsCarria someimwdet in order the head erect the shouttfers Well thrown back Carriage staatl4 you tojp4e5 itead vu ta old e Jf liIp FOR THE HOUSEWIFJE HeiihQlHiMsS When hoUlug milk put two table poonfuh of water in the pan first and let it polls Milk boiled in this way will never burn In the bottom of the in r oms which are seldom used are apt to be attacked by moths Salt sprinkled round the ledge and well under the carpet before it k put down will generally prevent their rjlT iges If salt is sprinkled over the range before frying Is commenced there will be no disagreeable odor If the fat spatters over Tbewblfot an egg dropped Into a pot of soup will gather to it nlltbp impuritiesi When it curdles remove it Prepared Mustard Mix a half cup of mustard a quarter up of confectioners sugar and a tea spoon level of salt Heat a pint of vinegar When hot pour about half of the liquid on ilry Ingredients slowly stirring constant y to keepfrom lump thg If t1 mustard is too thick add rnore of the hots vinegar until of the right consIstenc Pour into a jelly umbler or your mustard pot +prying Small Pieces When the wIn4l Ia blowing briskly and there is danger that little collars fine handkerchiefs and other small pieces are liable to lie torn oli the line put them In a plllowpase and hang the pttlowcase upiThe delicate little pieces will dry just as well and they will be lin perfect condition when you are ready to iron them J laFurnitura Polish One ounce of beeswax one ounce of Castile soap onehalf ounce of white wax one jglll of turpentine one gill of boiling the wax fine ly and Jurpentlne Then waterjhredin the boiling water and beat until quite will be of a creamy consistency 1Measures and Cuta ClothJ- JJven experttallor and dressmaker find Ifditficult to cut strips x f cloth of even width without ia slip occasionally which of coarse meanswastefcjoth- In a device patented by a California woman the cutting can be quickly and accurately done without the nec s aU pES THK BCrSSQRS slt of measuring As shown in the illustration the measuring is accom pUshed coincident with the cutting by the aid of a rule or scale which is attached to one of the blades of the scissors The rule extends at right angles to the scissors the operator guiding the scissors by means of thtv rule Save Soap and Time It Is a good plan to remove the grease from plates and dishes with crumpled newspaper before puttin them IntO the dishwater ttrbe paper can be burned afterward and the plan saves the unpleasantness of greasy water and sink while the washing takes far less tune and less soda and soap are required An Ironing Hint For an Ironing stand instead of uaitfe the comnion implement made of Iron which admits the air through the bet toni and consequently cools the iron quickly try this method Take a clean white brick and set It on the stove for half an hour before using as a stand for the iron This keeps the Iron hot fora long tline and retards radiation Caroof Hair at light The bdir should be loosely braided at night so as to give the air a chance to reach tb0 scalp The hair Is piled on the hoiul all day so that it is Im possible for any air to reach the scalp and It Is absolutely necessary for th hair to tic arranged at night so that the alf can roach all parts of tbescalp for the Hair vlf the scalp Is very dry It Is not tier larry to wash the head more than one 16 two months Apply this hair oil iiniifntnTiT roouilces scentless nnn toT oil two ounces eocoanut oil one ounce of oil of rQs emary oncuaLf drum of oil of juHjnlnc Mix oils with gen 41e heat Bottle Shako for five site utes Sect and Horseradish Sauce Boll the beets In salted water until very tender Skin and mash fine Sea nndpephqrsuit the palate Add a little vinegar or lemon Ulce stir well together and ser with cold moat Lemon Seer Ibrcc large llemons a pound of grin u hi ted sugar and a gallon of bolllnv writer When at blood heat add half yeji8t cake and stir well 1tfke In thi afternoon and bottle next jnornlqg Violet Ink the Cheapest Look here you a literary mav rInfc tanjt affoFd the extnvagance of violet The literary matt tore thoughtfully a pendent piece of leather from the sole of his shoe vipletinkj but black corrodes ii pen Ina week BJ1dwithon lataRnsselusively lii his office revealed this great truth to me during my brief cler Val career lnhiii oflicc Exchange guarathe on team rind twice a member of the All American team has been selected as t collegeiWatch Neal Ball Uenl Ball of the fcew York Amiri cairn Ix as pronlplug a shortstop ta liflj brokot into The big leaguer In ten te jrg J Your Passmg ShadowJ24 ppetIielid v = r u OF lifE 2ELE6ilqMr1q fL5ON OOIKEEP11 BY NALGMDUiTE POSIT N t BOWLiNG GREEN BUSINESSUNIVERSi3oWADDREss t Ancthcr Kind When Johnny Uobh4 left hU fiopit up among the New Hiiiup hirp hills tr visit his gniti mother In Vorferftir Mass he was cautionedr by bU runt lie that he would find things iu the elt strangely different fromtbose at home Johnny arrived in the early jof t i noon and IClIIJbfotp141 time hir grandmother fltho most simply toIdhIinirun out to the pantry rind get a bowl of milk which she bud left there for a hungry boy A moment later she followed War and to her amazement beheld her bowJoffully put In the place where she had told him to find the milk Why child she cried selling the bowPfrom youkpow11knew tt vasnt like HJllbury JUk1t stammered Johnny with a final gulp but thought maybe it was the kind folksbad JnWorceer SpiderThe sensitive ness bf spiders has several times beer proved Every one has beard of Pel llssons spider Consoler ol the unfortunate prisoner It perished because It vJoIInbrutally Gretry the compoier speaks of a favorite spider which aescendeu along Its thread upon lis piano as soon 1talsatspider Issue from the floor of the plat form and listen to the music He gave three concerts at the same bails and on each occasion the spider appeared Paris Revue Sailing ClulDIprobablytheknown as tile Boyal Cork Yacht club established In theyr 1720 The ves Eels were small and from that periOd until early in the nineteenth century yachting developed but slowly In 1812 the Cowes Yacht club was found ed with rowe flftyflve yachtsmen Since that date yachting associations i have rnpjdly grown in numbers and strength all over Europe and America rlewYork American J Roundabout Reply Darling said a young husband what would you do itl should die tell niel Please dont suggest such a thing was the reply I cant bear the thought of a stepfather for our little boy y4oUnselfish SheGeorge that one of those cl gars gave you on your birthday HefOI Im saving those for my friendsl SheYou dear self sacrific ing unselfish maul When a luau borrows trouble the In infest eats up the principal Kansas City Star ringer Nail Lotion The finest of manicure acids is made by putting a teaspoonful df lemon Jute 0 In a cupful of warm water This re moves most stains from the fingers andj units end loosens the cuticle more isfactorily than can be done by tire uw of a sharp Instrument Makes Windows ShineIInto onehalf pint bottle put two ta blespoons of wlilting and fill the bottle with ammonia Shake well Take a soft cotton cloth And rub on windows Let stand five minutes then polish with a flannel cloth and tho window will Not Particular as to Weapons Tho waiter girl knew a thing or twe about table etiquette so she Sniffed Bcorflfully as she said Its not our custom to serve jx knife with pie Nor remarked tho patron in sur prize Then brlng me an axU S Tleisids Hare Kidney TriiU6 nd Never Siipecl it- Prevalcncr of Kidney DIs Most people do not realize tk ing increase and remarkable wevaknc olcidrjeydisrsc kklneyUit orders are most common diseases that pre are almost the l recognized by patient and phy sicians tXemielTic j abstorinp The whjle the orig inal dttebte undermines the system What Tp Do Tliere is conifort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers remedyfulfills r in tire back kidieys liter blndder tl1urinaryplssageIt and schiding pain in pasSt1g if or bad effects following use of hqiior wine or beer overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often i nll1timefor itwonderful of the most dis Feyoulists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may sample anti a book that tells all abqut it both sent free bY1U1l Address Br Khmer oThii bantonNY When Wlnil the vail they last vdho content effeett pain and cures havea bottle I scUe5uC writiHg mention this paper and otitt J1IJ1keany1tlistnkebut remember th name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot aa the address Binghamton N V 5j c = J = J as Womens fcoybfec throb a cloud pyer tbeir 1S1Lhithshct rMakyourslntoj JTIU i maa njtxsla jiorder of which has caused youry nanly troubles The right imdy tar M Utesi you hm lHdsicBs b kac I DKVcxissp Gjattir pa1JJa it Wine OfIlira R H Lawaonr of Sprott Ala vrlkc I suffered vHfa f roaW trouUe for 1yrwjUi 4doctors tbeydlduo pxiIOJI took nsoteaniuL I have takfl 18 Httltnftinl l fH itm barthanjn20yeaTryit IJ WRITE US A LETTER fCoMMERcz BRAFICIYES ICLUDING TunmwZKIjZN SECURE lIfit lived shine with TO RESCUE HFHiti A BoW Plan That Was Matured In This Country ITWAS A BARING SCHEME TIe tnterprlso Was Knwn te the Ex ileof St Helena but Just Vs thetPreparations Were About Complete the Fallen ErrscrorDied enlnlithe last phase our coun try sustained a certain association with tb captlre nf Bt Helena says n writer In the Magazine of History The English felt that any danger of rescue Tiould origInate upon the wed era shore of the Atlantic Admiral Cockburn occupied the neighboring Island of lpceusion avow edly to prevent It fnlliug into the bands of Yankee rId rslrbe feeling In the United States against England was at that time quite bitter Napoleons landing at St Helena follOwed the hat- tIe of New Orleans only about seven months and the downfall of the revolutionary monarch aroused deep sym pathy throughout the onntryfBut the actual grounds for believing In tine existence of a rescue party aiicl rescue plans In the United States rest upon the movements of General Lallo mand and his associates This ofllcerK military record from the revolutionary days to Waterloo had been dlstlu gulshed by nbtabre feats of durIng His devotion to the emperor was loyal and persistent lurimd followed him until his embarkation from the shores of France and had tried In vttln to accompany him to St Helena He was condemned to death by the reaC- tiOnary tribunals of 1810 but Jiad suc ceeded In scaplrig and joining his brother at Philadelphia At this tIne our countrywas literal iy swarming with French military ref- ukeqmany of whom like Lallemandj were under capital sentence tot then conduct toward the Bourbons during the hundred days The Lalleinands proceeded ostenslbl to unite a number of these veterans Into a military colony which they called the Field of Asylum Our government granted them 100 000 iicrSon the banks of the Tomblg pee but as their own project required their establishment near the sea they sold the lands and with the proceeds settled on the Trinity river In Taiabout fifteen miles from its mouth The second In command was Baron RIgaud whose kindly feelings toward the ancient regime had been illustrated by publicly stamping the croSs of St it saybej Louis XVIlI court martial But the best knOwn of all this de voted band wfitt thQ famous pirate La flUe who had begun life asa Bor deaux blacksmith had killed his love rival liifa duel had become a noted ebrsab the terror of the Antlllean seas had been the effective ally of General Jackson in repulsing the Brit Ish at New Orleans iud at the time o the French settlement of old guards men in his vicinity was cstobllsbcdat Galveston This narrative does sot require a de the4oogrenadMexicans on their camp of their final removal to New Orleans AU the circumstances Indicate that It was not the Intention of the LitHe mantis to found an Agricultural colony buttp unite about 1000 old SoldIers for the deliverance of the great prisoner Tho location of thelr camp was most favorable for the scheme being near the sea in an unsettled country whrreetholr movements would not be watched and above alt being In proximity to requlrt4llntsoifet a model Its drtllC structod at CburliHtuii antI Wicon t for Us purpose lit tho most manner Q Intrepid captain named Bofsslere who navigated for pleasure bad ac cepted its command and this was the B1l1p flestlned to carry awdy Napoleon Bonapqrte while Lnfitte would land the guardsmen and engage the attest lion of theEnglish cruisers The enterprise wns known to the cr tlv im shown hyBertrands disj closuna Brtt wjun i er spnritlonjs5 iieee about uniptt tc tie news arrived oiUhi emperors derfth 10 grauu atwr in tills woria cnn bu a copious speaker iibout hit doipICariyle Head Orchards in Belgium The Belgians border their roadsides with apple and peartreeaof the cjder rind perry varieties and they draw a profitable revenue fromthelr elongated pnntatlonn Titus the 800000 roadside onnuqiincome12 cents per tree big anti Jlttle while they cost Including Contributions to a replanting sinking fund a 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