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BtlOam 4 L laL1irirn1 Orders M ATOXIC LODGK Spriugfleid iodgc c 50 awets first and third Monday s ethOxtbWashimjtoa If A Chapter No 57 fecUev rjf dTie jay priajr ifldl Council o 52 ffleett or ierttfiMtrtllJoild r JtXKJKMof TKK lACAaSKS Meet 41s ja Chsto K clI or ndigestio 2 Irai t- CiI Lt slisi tw4Ms ie a gss sts ra bo t17 lay itJiU 555 HM 1riUrjch JMMT Tnth ssssie Pitt st id ItwM wthU5ssIsid 4bkC so ths sth wb as s MS ks lhe ueuck Sw I dTf5 cIQsSDRUO STORE i r v r t T r jw 1 TUB NEWiEADEgTt 1 r Iiru S DR1tRusTyACT1CAL j J 0 r J l y Jump From Gar I Maurice Hansford ho came upon the tra n from Louisville kat Saturday nIghttQlfpf a grbat ch ace taken bv a prisoner 4Isy the njajam of Esteat fn charge of the sljenff of Pulaski c utityi trainjZiici but1epedana the sheriff had gone to thitl- 4te bring 1Jim back Thel piiiiOoerf w s liandcuuei fcnd wa bcciipyin the seat with theL albeI1ftthO being fatlguedwlt- 1it Jon journet perhaps dozed oiT prisoner noticing this miicje break for liberty when ihetrant slowed down at the VL erasing near Shelby yule nddlv d hAdfor4mpst through appatintlythe train and made good his escaper Etesssaid lobe six feet fiyo inches taU and weighs 175 pounds A reward of 50 is offered for hIsScaptureEar rodsburjj Herald Augltst1tirnetelIii on the nervesr TButthat spiritleS na amtitionfeet l Ingcan b easily and quickly altered y ida jfhajWs known by drgglSts everywhere as J n ShpQpfsBestora iWiiklii 48 bejrsafter beieihnihff hnprovemeptvlll iwtu J int1yr turn The kafp tii sucdy loll- ok41st ull Qu will realize and ffel yourjstreictk nd ambition as its etrn4r Otittide itifluences de press flrt the inside nerves then the om icfr Heart and Kidneys will fallfiIreQifve and see how quIckly health will be your agfain tSold by Red iCross DrugStr r Seripus Gutting Affray Adiffcul l y tookp1aceat Exie a Sunday in which Theo Pierce stabbjed Kuby Curry several tjmefirabout the tape and head eIconsiderable but did not reabh the flesh This affray wasi as we learn tne result of an old ieud that has existed be twren the younger members of the twjp families for several mpntHs Quite a number of citienIwere near the parties butt the cutting was done so quick that they did not have timb toj interfere It being the regular preaching day at Greasy Creek Church a large audience was present The cutting wa- sdonen the chtirch yard A d othe of the wounded man rea heji the combatants just in ime tjoSave bis brothers life and prevent futher injury to his bro ber by striking Pierde over ttiefhed As soon as the affair became known through the audi ence quite a good deal of ex ciieme nt was shown and islends totbeI respective parties bunched up ac djt looked as if a renewal of hostilities would take place The founded man was taken to the spring and afterwards a physician was sent fcr and the wounas dressed none of which cunsideredi is necessarily fatal althoughi the extreme hot- woatberisgreatlyto the diaad vantage of the wounded man This is the second or third vtime the congregation has been interrupt i by beligerants in the llast few months Green County Record She Likes j0li Thinqs Mrs i CiHE Smith of West Franklin Maine says I like gcod thingfj and have adopted Dr King New iife Pills aJo our family laxative medicine because they are g004 and do their work without making aluss aboutJJ These painless purifiers sold at Haydon fc Robertson driifr tore125c Tobacco Suit At Louisville the Monarch To bacco Company has filed suit agaiist the American Tobacco Jompany forfl million and nal dollars as damages The pei ion alleges that the Ameri can Tobacco Company through to operations has restrained uhe sale and manufacture of to bcco to such an extent that the Jtfoiiarch Company bas been crowded out of several iJrofita bl sellinr fields The Monarch Coapany Ulgesthat the dam agei thus sustained amounts to 06 OOOandss for triple- rehubursamentund r the puni tiv clause of the Sherman act 1 i i x CONDEMNED t j TIe Old Bridge on Bards towh Road Over Beech Forjc Unsafe for JTraveLj j l TbeoJd 3pr0udei bridge which rIJrl rI safe for travel and has been TbiswUIIIInec construction will be shared by IW sqingtonid lon counties as tle bridge is on the county line v Gotfhty 3qdge B Ii Litsey County Attorney T Scott M yEs and Road Supervisor J ft Mayes visited the bridge one dy1 last week and found the structure io a very delapidated condition and even worse than iit had been reported The p way tp the bridga has ben- boardedup and every night a redlantern jsi hung put1romthe Washington county approach to arh all travellers of the danger The Washington county authbri ties are taking no chances oni being party toau accident such fes the one which occurred re cently at the bridge on the same road which spans Salt River Ilkwill be remembered that an automobile containing a party of Louisville beople dashed through that bridge Vnd several of the patty were desperately injure and escaped death only byaj niiraclei This bridgei wjaspaiv tially down and theliuthbnfcFes had neglected to j jitoutanys- afe guards what vejto warn travelers The Beech Fork bridge wa3 built in 1848 and is ofitie old style wQoden covered variety It was not well constructed bowr eyer itfthe tirst place and was of a different and much less substantial make from most of these old wooden bridges many of them have been known to stand for 75 j ears aid still be well preserved A meeting of the Washington jt Fiscal court will be called short ly to consider the rebuilding of Washington countys half the bridge NelspA county it is un derstood will talfr al similar action I There is more Catarrh in this section ofbe country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years supposed io be incurable For a great many years doctors pro nounced it a local disease and prescribed local rerndlesand by con stantly falling to eure with localj treatment pronounced it incurable Scitcnce has proven catarrh to be aI constitutidnal disea e and therefore requires censfitutidnal treatment Halls Catarrn Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio isI the only constitutionaicure on the market It Is taken internally in dogesfrom 10 drops to a ttaspoonful It acts directly on the blocd and rauj ious surfaces of tile system They offer ope hundred dollars forany case it fans tQ cure Send circulars and testimonials Address P J CHENEY CO Toi ledo Ohio tSpld by Druggists 75c Take Halls Family pills for Consti patl n V I h Notice to Contractors Bids will be received by met for covering with shingles the bridge across the Beech on thE- M Zion turnpike between MooresyiJle awl Hays scales The bridge is 225 feet lung with twelve foot rafters Specifications and further particulars will be furnished on application to the undersigned JR MAYES t dRoad Supervisor Equity Meeting A dispatch from Winchester says of the tobacco meeliog being held at that place this week There is a strong oppo sition in many counties to the no crop in 190 idea which will barI advocated by the lciore rabid andI by the same token moro wealthy of the tobacco while the move to grOwss1eprices raised from ftft twenty cents to twenty and twentyfive cents will beaten itfs expec ted after a sharp struggle over whelmingly v The farmers ate sCaryof this proposition ana say if the society makes the increase it WIll queer it elf m the eyes of the entire world Thosa farmers who fiave raised a crop in 1908 however jnowilijnotil1f and bya liberal policy Dare the association for allmet troubles that have disgraced Kentucky and safeguard against any further outbreaks It is not known which side has the more influence andability Summer complaints and otter SerU IOU8 ailments common In hot weather can be traced to stomach nine times out of ten Keep the stomach fn good order right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in house alt time but especially during this month Take Kodol whenever vou feel that yon need it That is only time you neeto take Kodol Just when you need it then you will not be troubled with sour sbomadh beiching gas on stomach bloat lug dyspepsia and indigestion Sold by RedCross Drug Store Tick Creek Mr Stanza Bpiwell has sold his farm containing thirty acres to hiBtitther Mr John Boswell of Perry villet for 300 v Mr Mandyille Lawrdnce and Harry HaydPn attended services at the M E church at Mack ville Saturday night Mrs Mahaja Hall sold a eImilchcoV to William Sweeney ofMadkville for MtyBfrFaBuRK his wife and s0411v1s11 d thaughter Mrs J i er sSe art lasti- 4ia3TErl T 7Ofl dldl acow to Mi Frtnk Simnis of Springfield the price is ullknown rThese on the iick list this week Miss Ella Tobin and Heed Taylor ST Stumph and family din ed with J O Milton and wife Sui1dayI Wm Stumph Mandville and Wm Lawrence attendkdtherprc tracted meeting at liceton Sunday J E Anderson sold a cow and calf to Erastus pose of Mack yule for 125 Mr Jepcha Wilson visited relatives at this place last week Mrs Alice Haydon and dadgh tr Nellie visited Mrs HSLitsey last Friday inMr Ben Bugg gold leven lambsto Jphn eters off Mack yule for 5 cents per IIb aVers aging ICO pounds each Our district school io 2 is being taught by Miss Mae gie Smith of Fenwick with a goud attendance Mr G T Stumph and wife moving to Mr George Co canqughers farm knpWn as the Jeptha Wilson farmI Mr and Mrs J E Anderson visited Mr John Gillispie and family Sunday Mr and Mrs Alonza Boswqll spent Monday Withe latters mother Mrs Mary C Taylor Why James Lee jot Well Everybody in Zanesville Q knows Mrs Mary Lee of rural route q She writesMy husband jJameS Lee firmly believes he owes his lif jto use of Dr Kings Ne1 Discovery His lungs were sO severly affected that consumption seemed Inev table when a friend recommended New Discovery We tried it aid its use has restored him to perfect health Dr Kings New Discovery ts the King ForLcoughs and colds iit has no equal The first dose gives relief Try it Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robert sons drug store ffOc and SlOO Tria bottle free r Bargains in Brood Sows Owing to the fact tha1I need to make room for some recent purchases of brood sows 1 will offer for sale from my iherd of Dnrpcs a few prov ed and tried sows safe with pig These I willsell at fjtimers prices These sows registered ana good individuals and will be sold cheap and on easy terms still have a few choic0 young boar for sale J E SHEiieY Route 11 Springfifeld Ky No one is immune from kidney trouble sT just remember bat Foj leys Kidney Remedy will stop irregularities and cure any Mfe of i7j1otitrea Haydon Robertson k ANOTHER MEETING Of the Stockholders of the Washington County To bacco Warehouse CotCalled Another meeting of the 8tbck boldersof the Washington Coun ty Tobacco Warehouse Go has ben called for MonoTay August 17th Springfled The objtct of the meeting will be to coni skier propositions for the leasing of the Farehouse property for ctbel urposltof establishing a loose leaf tobacco market at this place It is nnderstooJ that there UIQSat least two and tprobably more propositions be considered and the chances Are favorable for the consuma tfpn of a deal with oneQftQe parties The meting is called wasapIpointed at a stockholders net ing held llastweek for the pprI pose of considering proposition 1 oking to the leasing of the warehouse 5 Mr W C McChrd went to Lexington Monday to fecnfer with some parties injregard to dlingSociety at Winch ter ItJiSi probable that Mr fcphordoc his return will have something of interest tto tell the stoc bold ers C wred oar fever lld Summer Ci A S Nusbaum Bateayille Indiana writes Lastyear suffered fort ree moots with a summer cold so distress- Ing that it Intersered with my 1u81I ness I had many of the symptoms of hay feyer1 and a doctors prescription did not reach my case and took several medicines tfbich seemed only to aggravate it Forvunately ineist ed upon haying Foleys Honey and Tat It qiiickly cured me My wife bas since naf d Foua Honey add Tar with the same success Sold by Hay don Robertson r Tobacco Statistics Total sales of leaf tobacco op the Louisville market from Jan- 14to JUly31 1908 were 84469 hhds against 82165 hhds sold during corresponding riod of last year Rejections Jan 1st to July 31 1908 Were 6514 hhds against 9947 hhds rejected during corresponding perio of last year Total receipts this year to close of July were 69621 hhds against fi9859 hhds re ceivtd during corresponding of last year Qf the total sales this year 5385 hhdSi were Burley and 31034 hhds dark tobacco Total stock a held at this mar tat on JulyS 1908 were 28156 hhds against 19003 hhds held at close of JUly1J907StOcks inrasfdquringJulY 181 bhds Excellent Health Aivlce Mrs MM DaVISon of 3J9 Glf ford Aye San Jose Cal saysuThe worth of Electric Bittersas a general family remedy headache bilious nes 3 an I torpor of the liver and bowels is so pronounced that I am prompted to say a word in its favor for the benefit of those seeking relief from such afflictions There is more health for the digestive organs in a bottle of Electric Bitters than in any other remedy I know of Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robert sons drug store Barn Burned J The barn on the farm of Kie Crossfield in the Ebenezervicfn ity was totally destroyed by five last Wednesday night and Mr Crossfield is sure that it was the work of night riders Last April Mr Crpssfield was notified by night riders to leave Kentucky or else his barn would be burned He received a menacing letter in which hd wt s ccus4d of taking his tobacco to Lexington after pooling it with the Society of Equity fle denied doing this saying that he was one of the first to pool his tobacco and deliyered it to the Harrddsburg warehouse of the society Nothing happened however until Wednesday night About 8 oclock Mr Ciiossfield went somejbarnelS the fire in the Jonand rushing t to the bra found ItIn a ma cvf 1rL Tbsr e WgttIt- pbe dOne tohecIc the fire lItbstructUrel with its con 1I tents of liai3 Corn andfarming implemontS was destrpSed Tber was no insurAnce Mr Crossdeld telephoned Thursday moriiibg Jo Lexington for Capt MnlHUin tc bring his famous blood hounda to the scene This WES done as soon pisfiible the qfficer and his man bunt drsreaching ther early the next jaabrning The dogs we talfen tothe barn but wjould not take a sentafter repeated effocts it was decided to abandon the place There is ho othe rclew and Mp Crossfield is at a Joss to know what teps io take uext The State fire Marshal may be calleiLupon to investig t theftre in an effort to ferret otp tbe guilt parties Farrpdsburja Bemocra ifoublet dqtihtedly lead to chronicxlyBpepsIa anreds you r t ke something for a sufficient time to strengthen tht stomach and give it a chVuue to get eUI Vou take Kodol in begin nine the pad attacks of Dyspepsia jfill be avoided btitIfy6i Qvtbe little attacks to ir ueheeded it will take Kodol a longer tima to put jour stomach in good condition again Get a bottleotiCOdortdday SoldN Sed Grosfl Dru Store v QJjamaweSuit iif 7 A suit has been flea against the DistillorysCoaperage Om pauj and ihef Louisville and N Shvm odCoijpanY b- Edwaid4 I he bthlnirti- ffseeks to recover the sum o- f8090for personl inju ies al leg d to have been received by thejegltgtinc jf isid tipmpanj An8l1tTbloading slack at the Bardstdwn depot and was struck on theIf head bya piece of barrel t niber yeh ich had bebu purchased by the Cooperate qCumpany ana Jocwas beingA noaded and rickec1 on the railroad rightrofway Tbe plaintiff alleges careless nesson the put of the oop9r age Company in the handling of the timber and negligence upon the part of the railroad company in Tailingito provide a safp passage way and grounds fort e loading of stock Nat W Halstead and P E Daugherty are attornefs sforblaintiff Bardstown Standard fir Sire feet iClhave found Bncklens Arjilca Salve to xbe the proper thing to use for sore feet as VpH as for healing burns sores cuts and all manner of abr3H onsuwrites Mr yil Stone of East Poland Maine It is the proper thing thing1 too for pilesl Try it Sold under guarantee at Haydon Robertsons drug store 25c l Arinoryfiji Chqrch MurrayKywitb a church for an armory night riders in this county considered them selves fully cons crated accord ing to the testimony here today of Will Ingram age eighteen years He said that Venter Ridge Church was where arms and masks were hidden and that he was forced to take the night rider oath under penalty of death Ingram ttestified in the case of the State against Jake l1Js in which the CommqnweaHh id rapidly completing its testimony He named Jasper Garland Kel seyKirk and others as younj men who hdd threatened him into joining jtelling him he was missing a lot of fun and Anally administering to him tha same blood curdling Oath which had been repeated all vrtbeStte Ingram had participated in the various raids finally con oIdenjithoritieshad he bulge on his band of Kirkseys Judge Cook xuled out this morning all testinjqny concern ing raids previous to that of Mose Tnorntou saying it was Incompetent This caused a lot of discussion and Wok all morri ing When the Stomach Heart or Kid ney nerves get weak then these organs always fail Doat drug the Stoma stimillate the Heato Kidneys That Is simply a makeshift Jet prescription Bnto Druggists everywhere ias Dr wboops Keatora tive The Restorjitiye Is prepared zpressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen these nerves build theta up with Dr ftkoopg KestoraUve tablets or Hguldand see how quickly help will COOM Sold Rfci rOM rtIdiA SAWTfJE LIGHT The Great fiyyay ti5Miles DistthwuP1a1n IySewHr L Therfh0 light from aittracpvrld- be plainly nforidlSihJof fi5T thiWIn1thizi6ubtryof hills Odllg appssjnedjtaliIe hut Isuch WAS the case on last Wedriesdaynight when the greair fire at Midway Ky was plainly seen by several jjsidenW of this county Mr Buford TSreikirlr lho HVfei about three mile eu of Springfield on the Perryvillf pike says that saw the iigL t frpni the fire plainly from fail housPr He was struck WiTh the sizei of the tire and ot the pecu hat blue tinge to the blaze Mr Pi ritT Hall who lives with his son1nlawMr John Holderman nbout two mirea north of town IsO saw The iigbfc distinctly Midway is In Woodford count and i8aU4easfr50 mifes distant jis tjife crowfliesv The fir j waat bccafuoned f- thsb y rnihgo an imme tl tillery and warehouse pltfiiff If which Over a raillfpji ffollArJf wrfftijy wbiskeyvag onsuiedtThe fire Xas an i ithensad spectacula cojnflagrAtin Bihc ing whiskey fiowed dOWna creek and set fire tobridges ami tree tIes for several miles Over Iw millioni gallons of whiskey which was contained in the government- warehotneswere destroyed Best the Wins 411hrs Itjfivesme uaboundedpleaur to recommend Bucklens Arnica lrt- sayLW ienklas t hapttmn N Or fitn convIncidltthl bttsalve the world jiftbrds Tt tured lfelon on my thumb and it never fails to heal eyery sore burn or wound to which it ised 2Sc An Addition to the Way Paul Mounet appeared at Havre re centjy as the missionary bishop Ik u 1k Duel As he lighted a cigar at the rigsan officer of the fire rs4e formed him that he must not oaoke the theater 4But it Is in theplay explalBe4 M Mounet 1 am smoking as I ga OB and then I throw thy cigar oa the stage VeryweIl repl161 the a er So ill Mounet made lila entree as usual but following him were two firemen one of them with a bucket of water and tjje otberk with a kttf sponge r The audience appreciating the situa U nroaredaIid applauded with de- lIght and M Mounet carefully deposited his cigar In bucket and wiped his fingers on the sponge before Pre ceedlng lYUh the dialogue They enforce the regulations 1uttl- ieater flres in Urance Sporta bC the Tunes Mounted Tra1nflattft When the first epgertra1n II- England took Its trial spin along the tracks of the Stockton and Darllagton railway In 1K25 a horseman bearing Ii red danger flag galloped along Just ahead of the engine to warn the crowis of spectators and to act al- part of what was Intended n tail way pageant On the New York Central railway In New York cUT Is found jest rnacb a flagman at the present day but laf duty Is only to warn persons not to act as part of a parade The dlertence In the general appearance ef each- and the flags they carry attest to this Every day a certain amount of kwlt k ing has tobe done on the tracks below Thirtieth street A dummy eaLae- bumIng hard coal Is nsdaMat It moves slowly along tenth avenae it fa preceded by a man on horseback car rying ired flag Popular MeclMBlea To Gei ror ThIs WrW plrltIiflooking l Nurse herald One day 1SavIskIa- blocks and Joying his hand geatly ell her kiiee nurse b thuuGod dayT No dear said his n rie this Is not Sunday It1a7k nicky f Im sorry lie said sadly allwent bacfc to his blocks The next day and the next In his m none manner he asked the same qn4r tlon and the nurse tearfully said to the cook That child te too good irtillS world On Sunday the question wall repeat ed and the hurse with a sob in her voice said Yes1 lambfe thleIs Ccs day Then where Is the fuauy jwp T he 4cmandedSucces8 Magaiuift I Salt ami SlekhtH Captain Dibble WK llveg a faraT near holla 1s iukis nInebx jcftr and says he never had a rItetlep- llin In nil his ute and but Httle ex a other kind of BfckncsM fle scceass for this b havlsg sailed Ifty ywiri m the salt seas He says sit ryou immune trrbtias H it as other Ilk to wuijjk tk body Is Mir The captain drlnkafreely of stilt irat r aad epdakeeait fir hIs Wi my sight He hi a welt peicy 4 ea and although fto k ar i saeta aast wiage map Atq hootic Fbleya KMaey ReawdT wll curt nyc QtkR3 or MaMcl trb3e- that is lot yettitae r ftck et M4 kIsSNo taeQIt 8s aior ay ck1IltGft wirM ynyytHfl WU Ciuliliuli than t i 1J t f SUBSCRIP71QN t 4 ff ti ir l J vifASHWGTON tu IIi 1t a11 scco t ire are of was for be sa the the the the the 3o are are the are ere VI by to No for SOc the by he the iwar 7 3 j J Atth PeM WrMu fj CatJia a in MVirfI 4 C if tt 711 anbalal e iit iii yesf WBIg Bill concedea ytji 71 INot worththebtLko isi 7 riMichigansBryan will wim in W iJitc rTaft has a mortgage os1Sit4 ls It oJl zLjJ IBryan will carry New Yerk 1 tt Tat wIlVjetLouIsia t l4 t lv1Bryan will IllIn4 raftis gtt j jlthe fayoiE Ia Georgia 4 Bryans Cofflaifcticmts clwi Marylandy s fartkeJiepest yi tIowa pines for thpeaky Jii Taft has set 4r an as 9 iit E tBryas baa 1ttOregas ssk r Bryan wil sweep P Yk aJni r f 4Veroat1aoa5refoM1 Arid tfexas is going Jar rafd 14 P4cktiai A IfM ts l4etJy Ptki l d + KOtte14etI1 eopla ki kldliey or erdiaeNer that a oih paiaful aid dasgorass I p KWaey Ready has j1jilHtQ sa1y ll4er1ypiezs1t EIs1t ttee urisary gIITastkva 4 Itise aetoaas t4p w4se ISk1 caMeice t lnt roel s Kitatj r Re ii 8lice 3541 evigws b Muckmaw ITo V l4Fj jI k 4Pnas4 who lilted twoecMinijj tia rhe n Hietrofbw viwiS IifiiNrfhiaman 4e sad with that verdici pSi ei upon felm be s4 o be allow r ed the obllyion which ui boy t deceiitcoveningfor hU wortMiia persocEaJity iSWKa6 eiire UI1s ssut r f 1PlIlorallYi 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3 rol an d IHliw 1Micii DK the KIErFairs lor li08s u tour JIMplMrY IeA J8 4tlay Lawreaeeburg A I ye i Carroll i GI id Govrtr yair yiiiders + 194dyg VaAO44E rF sSSbelbwe Aes4Losi j4 iLSElizbeI1ia A If r 11 Marilajkmi t Aa 2S4 Lvsys- G raawi 4I4days MOtTStOB S Idaira1 14 dis- attIbar 14 dsp B rdttown Sipl f4dmys Fern Creek IIeptJ4 4ayt Mo Uoll Bept 84 teys RdvUspL S34yL Qw1 S4t Weak 1 r N4a Wes k WIsf Dr asV1flhIht UwfIIIWL how tp141TII tpdcUrH hrlDf xjullr and tkI TbihIafree TA iwDr ttgop- Xacloe Wls ted Crow Drug Store r wJ 4 1M THE NEWSiLE 13D tR 1 4 JI IflMUPfRii 1 tV fii j IILI g on t 1t jDAVIWNJriw c t L t VOU8TIta 1 i i aut ii t f autvreei to NHMMHMCC t i BUa uicNONU1 C44tf J IeIecWCoa 1va tAk I rtM Oq rreMtooal Kstricttt ti jtM in the ctkm 1tof the n tiocrat1e Party ti ra j IOR vht We ire atht1d ti a ceAC1 A KiartMrftMVcafKBdftte foe the noml f r8erIf of WiAlMctoc y Mkjject to tkaCUo of the f ttpaKJcratlejpirty pwtle Richard vBofcittt IIaiD D Capbell Witt fUn ia aaade and Hubert Virfia Ware wrthort d to annotmcfc g J A jiiiiirti Mra candidate for Sheriff tI fII IJMtjrtMi a tj tobjf tto the J ictSi tT the Dt lpCTttc martjc ttMitUiL H IL MaUSMMCiiii Hlk w pl Creakeiii I 1A j oietfeelUCaDCl X t 81 sis DeXpteMed at- I tll1ipc1Jij tridfr1 i A dispatch frpm H ejj aJpa uCir hIB ok ibe opaing rIsab roo eallad lij I Jvt ariediIje a 1Mc1 thee to investi M rSPSrS Mtiac circuIstd aos1Maithatheand the b ki Atbriwy Dent JJ Ssth t Triggcounty = i11h4 ri and hssken1 JJ s sd it JS bandi d bbs Ifti witett outd k j4 tOprove te fact Ns tbttCoutI1i A1tor t flPt the lOvesti MEi M4 mentioe inut1ilDej IIS1 eM iebidl be 1 iblpertut wiUmet Since 1eI V eaiat oC JakeJBlIk Jsa enonu v tftai iKMBe crUicw of tb cour4 f l 4 hai lben Jkssrd a d it8 this i w ici Jip iioeirthe court to lay I 4 JrJ the WifeKeifpre the grand l TW Bursty obieco Society f e1er1gan jmpoitait Meeting i fttWiMciiMttr The reports in d cW tbt 4Q000 ho she id of tk lflQ8 poolEd crop 1i been 3 oid IMTMIC 12OOYboMT f4 ti Frsctkilly none fe1907 crop Jiasbten told It is timated that the crop Qf1Q08t will a o BttoglOfX0t 100 c JJ- J Bofsbafcdaand a resolution WJls1 1 paaieit rtfwMQf to allow f hose who have raisedi a crop in 1908 L over lb protcste of the EquitY- pOpJekJi pool these crops Thp JUio acUoa will probably cause l taiff r H niong ihe growers i ottiofWlio are entirely lade P4 3 o1Equitand thepooJsJ i I d The Republican Campaign Committee for Kentucky has j baen organiaed mnd eadquar ters bVbHtt established in k JjOHisviHe The Committee isi TPp 7ico po ed ot good ep4rieticed aaea in politicali work hatI strong Ugh will be made to 5 keep Kentucky in tbe Kepubli t U eollIlftthtgallJi t1Jjlitg Bryan was notifiedI r pl Tw atfmmatMWiTor president oe Tday at his nome at Lin t coll tH tzpreMed o surprise WilUateJ is getting used to 1big Oflailiated He may a s h iito iiDtUs beto g sbsd ala- oil ANteItedWMa- eksiway fOWH in th9 same hon f wMte urdaSJIOw LhiImii It Sh ef evf MMtber of the family lrt IKMB CMaM palngjlt beals ct burke aMIas4 cares rheii s aeIa1I4l luBQago and f MMe lar KHreiMH ai stifaeii iZSc Jf SftE a 4S4 pr bottle Sold by Re SOre Dns Store lTPrb eM7 fobwIIV Ray Of Hardin ccun fe Jjeoiilyi living grandson ojtr GS JaiMNi Ray tbejwfed KSfc nisy JMOiiWr Indian fighterI j J aiYPrfl nt thi War or 1Isi 2 j i p i U 1trcoiiiaJ iyine tMay 4n ue ol In4bargl whei k Dt the removal t fMbralli fi kML Vesdoii ibe RajfMir 9t orth of Hti riirTt t4i= 7Hil1 oer = 5uyfai1y held spta wa tbs MQ ut ft t atwtOOh1 f 4 xINTllCKTh DIGt ESf8IIOW EPT i4rl5 161iSia19Q STXIGDAYS1AILY 1AZS r 25OOO IN PREMIUMS b SB ibv AITAAo20 SIDiSflOWS Here iis the plice to display your live stock and firm proihcU Jo Jnett your friend and to cOmbine amusement wtth jnformation Show eyery day rain or shine in our new JWO OOO Jive Stock Pavilion Be one df the quarter of a mittforv r to visit this years Fair 5LOW RAILROAD RATES t F r imfermatiom mtvy fcl mlc v tla a lely J W NEWMAN Scr fary H JLoutavilfev Ky I meinbeji Of the lanaUy werepet iitotftd k bY 4he citizens of Harfodsbnig regarding tha re moval of Gen Ray s bOdy John 1 Ray oj Hardin cOunty and ba two sisters Mrs JPS- teeleE of Hariodsburg and Mrs Laura Coffmais of Sacra mentohave agreed to the rt mQvat oftbe remains oftbeir grandfather rr r M etliqfGO Riy will be removed In i low days It is the iintention of ifts people of Harrpf sburg to etition tbeJjeg islatntfa to pass a bill pfbvidipgj for tT etet110n p1 a suitable mon nitB trover tbia gravOof the ditinaiiibed Ifenuicklah Tia o1 vA 11IIiires Biy atted1 by tipe ilghest pr1ceThbab- ysieciaItst could fdtbecured SlE Btoiift achprliiwertronblei any quicHertiah your bby ifyoji give itMpGeea Baby JJliJeir Cures diarrhoea tiysentary Jairderaafements of the stomach or bow ifa PriC 25 cents and 60 cents vSoldbjJZfed Cross Drug Store i r JFair View V S Magi Gray spenB last r1 eeIwith nncle7Wallapei IV IMJand Mrt3 Jas Truak spent Chaplin Thursday with hr parents at1I 1RulettGryand pister Ehel attende tisundaiy schoul tNewl 1 oflIJEfev Hatcnetb win preach at jSlw 3t pet nextt Sunday Elli Rose atid Mary Truax wferg tie guests of Elizabeth Settles Sunday Mr JfB Steveos nan Mrs Knte 6 hjewmaker Visited Miss Jjqcy A nn Moore Thu rsday Miw Lizzie OlHv r vfoid fIJer ftttier apart of last week I hope to see you all att the fair JlthisrTk Hlflj ti Aviil ApDe dcits Molt yictims of appendicitis are thosewtio are hahltowleostlpated FoeS Orino Laxative cures chronic constipation by stinlulatlngthQ liver and bWels and restores the action of tSeibowela lroleybnaturalI Lfasstlve doet Hpt nauseate rand ds mild and pleasant to take Refuse substitutes Sold by ITt ydyn Rbberlson s WillisburstK t Rev Cole flhlahis regq lar Sundayviitb Jfdr Lawrence Trerit and wife spent a few days with their grandfather T J Trent last 1wek4 Rev StoutireachedinSpring fieldSunday Mrs Mary Reynolds spent laslweek with Mrs Wells Rev Sims and Stout from Broadhead are hQidinga meet If 1 ing at this places We have beet having large attendance good order and fine preaching Mr E w Smith is spending a few days at the hotel this week i Several rom herare going to attend the convention at Mau Tuesday Mr Leonard Bakerand wife visited W L Wells Sunday evening i t Served as toffee the new coffee sub stitu e known to grocers everywhere asDn Shops ealth Coffee will trick even a toffee expert Not a grain of real coffee fn it either Pure heathful toasted grains matt nuts etc have been so I verIt1il nde4as tQ vgiyie a won ErfuUy satisfying soffeev taste and1lavor And it 1- siimWqtetooHI e PNotedioi r9 to 36 minutes bpirigi McElroy Snader V J W RrWard of Dyersbur Tenti writes This is tdcjertify that Ihave used Ormo Laxative Fruit Syrupf or chronic Cit1 a ori Bt htis proven without a dQutitto be a thorough practical remedy for this tro jtQe art it Is with pleasure joffer my conscientious reference Sold ay IjeKBod Cross Drug Store I the Real Thinf The Colcni1DId you eboW naturally the soldiers sfbrmed the fortress in that military drama last uight vv i The Major Yes and Jt was due to theb long training ifpst otlhem have been bartostonnlBg forjyears Smart Set pr1 The Sharp Child V Edmund is the smartesj child I ever usaw boaste the fond mot er fle is as keen as a razor 4 i Yes spoke up grump grandpa anti he reminds me of a razor1 an what way Why he Tleeds strapping Chlcigo Sews I Why Ho Never Spoke Therekvns a mallIn our tovn and he wasivondrous wise beiievor spoke unto his wife of his jnothers cakes and pies The Isecret of his wisdom gucrs itlf you can but if you cant Lbeliold tthe was at bachelor mrfn A Test of QoodJam No Tommie dear youdonkgrt t any more lain Nexliilme when yon Gave been a very good child you get some more1 Say mother do you think It will keep so nJBrooklyn Life They Needed Change Dr uremI see you have ordered quite a number of your patients to llie country Theyiieeded change pre sume Dr Bigfee Awfully Hadnt a cent eftNew York Weekly Sure lOr It Do you think there Is any money In politics iqucrlcd the privileged friend You bet there Is replledthe can didate who also ran r fheres where a lot of mine IsDctrolt Tribune Domestic Politico Economy wages KjiickerDId Bridget refuse a cut inj cker Yessbe8uld l could- inUre 1iUSf for my poems JCew York Syn Xn Eager Parent Jack Is so brave heweit right into the library and said to father I want to marry yoU laughter And what did your father saYT IHe said Opod Which one Llppincotts I Soft Drink What The Doors Say We the practicing physicians of Blizabethtqwir take pleasure 14tecommending the uSe of the beverages manufactured by the Durham B tUt WedIchemicalI theT VV if W OConnor M D H Ford M D l 1 Jas R Grav bL D SL Tabb M DO r CMobJeyMD R Av Miller M D 1 in1IjFl8F1 D J E DeSpaln D 0t r Jer r Chair an J3oardof Health 1flI unable J I9r Dea1erI 1JgI 1 Next to Walton H tell POR THE H00 ij Wshl m k 1acesh04iW l4g J sk ibe well shitenJ te dust as pdj dIisolutlou of 4 tur lYiien ttiS lace iiItYaia brownish in jcolor the JJiSf plan Is to wash it hi soapsuds and then rinse ami stiffen it In deep blue water to which tt32 gumi vater has been added The deei blue water will help to re tore1hplaoe to its original black l The lace should be all rolled In an old cloth for ai short time and benIpinned out with the cloth bet and tbcsbeetuslt Imparts a blue stain whld it would be necessary to remove from the s eitOftWWn the lace Is quite dry iemove the ptns nail place a piece of tissue pP per over it IIron it with the paper between It and the Iron If the iron is placed directly ou the lace It will leave a sJC1S on it which Is not pretty and whldisemps It as 4lwashjd lace FopInflamed Eyelids Anything coin cruibg the eyes shouW never be ucJb2a aul v csjnas the eyelIdS become Inflartjtf ttrnfoavlng lotion nlio1 lie uod Two drams r glycerin and borax are beaten viin the white of one egg one wineglassful erf cold water fss ndded and The mixture is beatenI again This should be applied to the edges of the lids nightly AVhtnall soreness and inflammation have passed away and this will soon be the case as the preparation lg healing the lids niay oe touched njghtly with white of egg beaten with three times the quan tity of cold water This must be freshly mrfde lslInight The preparation Is stringent and should b applied as a film only and with the flnger tips In case any unpleasant tightness from accidental overuse shouldappenf It may be rem edled lby bathing iiieoldrLer A Table Conveiience Through the Jngcnntty oru Now iork resfaurant man corfi Ju thet cob may now he eaten without anuojjauco This man has devised a icombination corn holder which not only keeps tb earfroia rolling off ones phite but also enables the diner to manipulate by means tato at either etdun ayold fmearing the fingers Theihold COItCoIIIOLDEB er herewith ihtnvn consists of a trough a little louji and wider thanun ear of corn anti with slots in its end walls Two rods with knobs by which to hollI them are thrust Into the ends of the cob VhieatIng the corn thc jcph fqnu be held by tliese handles and when the oar laid down it can be placed In the trough without fear that It will roll off the plate and leaver track of sa1tedputtcr on the hostess snowy Hov to Insert Ribbon When drawing ribbon through bead Ing in a waist that bufaous in the back divide ribion in half and start In the center Clot of waist and draw ribbon each way This will leave both end even rind Ir half the work aud the ribbon will uobe so crushed For a cor set cover start in the center of the bask The neatest and quickest way U ralih the neclc of a childs dress Is to turn H seam on the wrong felde and face with imrrow tape or turn seam on right side nnd face with faucr finish Ing braid t Cleaning Velveteen To wash velveteen make a nice kY whrnT lather with a good brandof sop aud wash through Just asyou would a flannel The water should be removed bj pressure as twjstlnsj If likely to produce a shaded appear ance Afte the water is removed the velveteen saould be well shaken and huijg in front of the fire wIth the right side toward the hentl which wjy raise the pile as the water passes away When It Is dry place over a thick blan ket and Iron onthe wrong side Vis Calla Lilies Dent three eggs and a rounding cup ful of igar together add twothlrda cupfulof flour and cuehalf teaspoon ful pi lemon flavoring Drop in ten gpponfula ona buttered sheet allow 11111 plenty of room to spread In baking Bake in a moderate oven take up with a knife and roll at once into lily shape Bake bht four or five at a time because If the cakes cool even a nUll they will break Fill each with n little beaten and sweetened cream J Rerrledy For Coughing Often a severe spell of coughing cur be checked by drinking down at quickly as possible a glassful of cold water If upb is subject to spells of coughing at night try this remedy which It Is claimed never falls Wring a cloth out of strong carbolic acid water lust before getting Into bed and ling It over the head of the bed The whiff of odor from the cloth will prevent the cough IPresldentiaISuccellon the For ty ilnth congres the presi dential succession was fixed as follows In case of the death or removal of both president and vicepresident the secretary of state shall act as preift dent until the disability of the presi dent be removed or a president Is elected If there be no secretary of state the secretary of the treas Isbnll act as president And the sue cession passes in like manner to tho secretury of war tbeattorncy general the secretary of the navy and the sec retary of th Interior In the order here given Cultivate Your Power Do Dot prar for easy lives Pray tto be Stronger men po not pray for tusks equal to your powers Pray for pow ers equal to your tasks TITen the do ing of your work shall be no miracle But you shall miracle Every dr you shall wonder at yourself atthl richness of life which has come Ittynn by the graceofGobtlIlproohL ru EwIimi I i vHIlrE 8 ftrmifuge TXEWAIUNTEEI WORM REMEDY 1 TIlE CHILDIEW FAVORITE TONIC sgwac r TMI LNuIc BallardSi iow liniment Cdt i4LOUIVMO RED CROSS DRUGSTOREI HINTS FOR FARMERS Weeds That Sheep Eat The MInnesota station gives the analvscs of weeds which sheep eat readily and their protein contents t compareTi with alfalfa clover and timothy hn It wIllbea surprise to i many to se how high In protein these weeds are and It suggests the reason sheep flourish on them worthless as they are otherwise f Here are the analyses Lambs quarters 25G pro tein 5404 carbohydrates 196 fat purslane 2013 protein 5370 carbo hydriites 29 fatr pigweed 2054 pro tein 62Q carbohydrates I1I1I fat dandelion 2464 protein 5895 Tarbo nydrates 270 fat catnip 2225 pro telri 0307 carbohydrates 206 fat goldenrod 1163 protein 7603 bydfates 4JB5 fat mustard carboi tein 7550 carbohydrates 155 fat quack grasa1l21 protein 1912 car1lj O1lrtclcarboHydratestein 4176 carbohydrates 216 faU Soiling Crops A mixture of Kaffir corn andcow peas at the Pennsylvania station produced the largest yield of green substance per acre was relished by the covrs and was entirely satisfactory horn the standpoint 9r milk prod c tion Alfalfa produced the largest yteJdot air dry substance per acre and the cows seemed to hold up bettor In mlll production when on alfalfa than on any Bother crops tested Oats and peas proved satisfactory as a soil ing crop Rye produced the earliest soil Ing crop and gave a large yield of dry substanoeper acre but under ayer age conditions It ripens too quickly to be most satisfactory The different forage crops tested seemed to have ltf tletIf any effect Upon the composition of the milk Amerlcaa Cultivator Plans For New DairylliH i For the past two or thrK ycars the dairy division of the department of ag riculture has been mitstIgallon of all the ptjlp J flate bans In tbe united tatii1astudy of tbe best methods or po1etioi2 with reference to Convenience cheap ness in feeding and hauling of stock sanitation etc The result is that the division has a large number of plans suitable fOr building barns and stables ot varying costs so thatany one con templating building a barn can ob taiii by simply corresponding with the chief of the division a set of bulltllns plans which will probably Just about meet his needs Hops Sense Tumlug the work teaTns out to pas thire at night Is letter than keeping them shut up in a close poorly venti titled stable Everyfariijer musthave liorses Why not have the best then itiid mftliea nice little pjroflt on UieySlde from the cdlt v The time Ito sell ttile colt Is when a good price js offereii Itj good policy to have him ready to attract the good price though Begin tQ lladdle the little fellow when be sver young If you would keep him fronr getting wild Be Judicious about H though ntall times iHog Note TheTiog Hvllh large bones fs rapidly growing In favor IVery frequently the feeding amqunt to more thdu the pedigree Dipping hogs Is no louger a teiflous Job The modern tank slmpljJHes ItN An avenge litter of seveiioK clgljtr pigs will bfc pretty nearly sure profit A good way to save high priced is tojprovlde good alfalfa pasture comII miLe mu who nevqr has ilippod bogs is tie man who objects to it mo4 A good oar will do a great deal to pute ho r end of joiir farming pOllI solid footlujg KlmbalKs Dairy Farmer Silage For Beef Everywhere the feeding of Ullage to dairy cattl and beef cattle horses and hogs Is af reeling each yvar n ore and more atte tion The Ohio exiierjment station hat recently completed a test in which t was established that corn silage und sr the conditions of the ex periment iad n value of 463 tper ton In feeding for beef In view of this let any On not feeding silage consider what he Is losing when An acre of corn makes ten to fifteen tons of silage Green Food For Poultry The value of grggu fooct for poultry lies in the aid it renders the digestion of other f ods and in the effect of din tending or adding bulk to the ration II besides af ordlng various and valuable nutrients particularly protein which food constituent Is Indispensable In the Protelnlstbecii and muse enud any growing animal in order a thrive must have the re quired amount JIMashes For Poultry The feeling of mashes to poultry is not looket upon with so much favor at the present time us formerly says the Farmers Advocate However It gnashes are tole fed sklmuillk orbu t t rmllk vlll make a valuable addition toXlhc rnish Milk In auy form Is a valuable jsoarce of protein and the birds should be fed as liberally a possible ofnllk and Its products Poultry Hint Do not waste too much time trying to cure f wls afflicted with sonic dlsfi ease that you do not understand Bet ter kill t cm at oiW unless they art valuable exhibition s eclmens Keep your fowls clean and dry and there will not t e much danger Xrom disease ndtgnantPDlsclaimer Vanilla Beaue How add ttt solid gold ring of yours makes a bMcK tnark nrbund vbur finger Itazel NuttThe ring dldiifmafcp that raaVfc That thats dlifV fbfrnzo Trllmne Djr1reaTL irermeiin- PONbIoodCHat4bSIl4Ik3aer1earrrla i fr I 1 iip- IThe t State UUnjversityI l lJ I a LEXINGTON K t IT1 State Url rsityxingtoDtK tttck offers the foUpwinf course lEngneering 1 wltfdkfa degree a a rtnIentot lIIt I I Law and a Department of Education which last has ben estaWwheX iliHel oft Athe Normal School Persons who enterr this department prepare far advancedI iZwork in pedagogy andare granteda Bche1ors i cornpletedConnty appointe receivefree tuitioni privilege of residence intbe dorM iiIitories fuel and tiveiwOr1 t STht laboratories l + andmoderni ICongressII WU 10wiL 71 f f physical culture at 3too per week All coun sot stpdy in the uni pattIIi1i1f9r I to women on aentidral conditions with those applying to male 1 tThe completion of the Agricultural Mining EntincHnf Laboratory and Eckbuildings affordampleand cmmdd iOUS 4uarters for thgede erlcat9n are rapidly increasing in the number of matriculates 1icatalogqes nethodsof obtaining app iiitments iinformation r Irtof study and terms of admission apply to IIcourses JAMESK PATVERSON Ph Df U L D President or to DC FRAZEE Business Agent I rr t 5 i 1r EaIIi Terilif Bins Sept 10 1908to JhJi y ii ii iii IWOMENI A Feminla Fc6a Curd c Ftyor In Californias CsrJx Oajfc There were few ro3ea In tlqCnU f6fcllr mlii ns camiM In t eoljj days and t tie advent of ui enlgraut asoit with a woman Ip Ijtauspd furore 1S hrproved brlhl fo1liwii ladlUl from lll nllul ne of forlKirvru ator yjUivn Ml Nkwltrq Vuwuzr were stsSciirce Ut California at thai aop31tbewere called were scssuered along IV coyote diggings felt a distance of ubju fou r miles and when anything uiiusuaJ happuned the words Oh Joel wonhr bb puseUnlplJS lbcwhoJe line Wl1elt 1 saw the feminine raiment I the usual tlnim Ob Jfe and tbla called the atteutlob ot the miners ox Buckeye hills where l yas to hs clothesline which had attracted mi notice They gnlhured around on th3 hill nearly surrounding the covered wagon and Its cout lItsTbe rjish of the boys In the immediate vicinity see the wonderful sight attracted tb toj farther awaj and in less than ten min utes two or three ttU nsan I young men were anxiously watching the wagon clotheslIne and fascinating lingerie In alarm the man that belonged tq the woman inside stuck his head Iutot a small tent beside tJe wagon f assured htm that no harm was Iqtctjded but that wi wero very anxious to seethe lady who Wastthe owner of tbo othes This nirnud her c r10S1t1 i suQlcIentiy foMiiduve hex to pUll th curtain orlho tent aside so that her facecould be dUfcovered Lutnot fully seen VI then proposed llnt we make n donation to the Best ladyithat lied lion1 ored our camp with a visit I took from mj camp a buckskin bag used for thejiunose of carrying goldsaud invited the boys to contribute The earner forward with treat eagerno and pqtirj2d out of their sacks gUillI dust amounting to between 2000 and 53 000 I then proposed to jippojnt njL committee to wilt on the lady anal present it The motion was unnnlI moiisly Carried and one of the gentle men appointed on the committee suggested j myself us chairman I took the sack of gold ami went within aboutI thirty feet of the tent and gootl a speech as 1 could to induce thcj tbnt1iuUthat they had seeijno ladles for jsojH preseheellofand sweethearts at hcne I1 toll her j ouldltlonclaim It Her husband urged bet to be brave but whW she finally yen tured out about jiatf way the chec4 were so vocifenumftbat sho was scared and rajii back ISbe repeated this performance BCV curl times and llcpt moving slowly bhck tar euough to got her awayfroinI Itb little tent so ttlu boys cauld have- a good view of her I suppose half an Ihourt waS occupied wlt1i her riPraingI back and forth hnetthe boys jlooked on in admiration when 1 finally gaveI ther the hag with nil the good wishes of tu eanvj re riblpd it and1 ran Into thitfmun rabt Vlib iic l t OMU man hloWL r of the liisplring apparel Were It gone and we never heard of them In after life r FOLEYS i l HONEYANOTARI The original LAXATIVE cough remedyy lungtroublesGo ad for every body Sold everywhere The genuine If FOLEY HONEY and TAai4iar iYellow package RefusesubsUtute Prepared only by Folly A Company Chl agISold bj Ha don lofertson i o A- i V ii J RiilOrrt1tiRI J D L I iJ PlgmmersA Tinner sand Deler4t tHard war Stoves lQ i il ti1iwar11 tr handle a I tjiGarttle1ilTo TI y oestgrdenk1oS + J new 8Uppiyoft 4 IIwe Cooking Stoves and Range i rI 11 whichwewileatetopleAV I p Agents for tbece1e tedt i i PERFECTION OIL STOVES t f F Garden HOeiI t LlW Mowl i JRefrigerators WaterCo mWe a speciality Plumoing Roofing Contracts dfiI t 5 IIAt Her lein You can getIc CreamSoct and Sundaes every Fresh and I toothsome Cakes Candiest r Meall and Lunches 1 ifA ain OS any time All v kijdsofS tI I Drinks i + i kv H t J IFOR CANDYNOVEiBT f and see lineI t5 KATIE HERiUEINwrf fiwv 2 t nger Nail Tbefitast of manicuretadds Is raadffe by puiclng a tteaspoonful of lemon jJuice In a cupful of warm vnter This re moves mostf from the and halls end loosens the cuticle more saN Isfactorlly than can be done lly tie Use of a Instrument Makes Window Shin Into onehalf put two ta ble poons of whltiug and fill bottle with Shake TveTl Take isoft cotton cloth and bii wtndovcs Let stand five then polish will n cl6th and tvmdoift lfll t Itching Skki Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo AbqiiJ or external use Zemo MMU t and perm nentlycurci any of Itching5kiw9rSCJpQiAD- ruggists Write for sample EWa St Louis lifo Soldljy Hajdon Rorefejn 1 We the very bet brandC of JT ols and hasrel ywifljgrv Now is tljep Dto F f j 1 iU resBOO Spada etc j f We baythe Ol ihe thrkti L r t n f I have jusb received t i l I V make of day and j ft J Come our 0 LoUon starris fingers sharp pint bottle the qmmoula rub minutes lunQcl the gives rfi Mcd Co1 f get a TjJgjbie5lled FeawuThWM t r2=riDIPS Op fleI4tYi i T blrr RED CROSS DRUG STORE w i i i7 w r DG BUETOE- F11IDELT tNTITI 11EXTRACTED aiThoUT RAIN ae i ai Titasrn t ap ps RaftrnILD ry Aft D1 Work Strkt1 j 1trtIt f ki IJ DiJ niupi 9oa1k 8rtNYII llJ pa o vr E7dOn tMor- I IfMDj I OftC4Isst N Rkfttt a 1if vy GRIGSBY ATTOlnreY AT LjAW o owfw i hIkv p nwF ib XiT TT IW1ATT Dr JJ1 lt IPAIlL0pl o or Re4 CTOM Sriie 3bo e Oftee hp ri Hyatt IpJO I fi 1iJI 4w Spubi p 1 to 4p mIoDdl all 11gt T IJOlfty MAYS f FUltnifdT i f iliUE1SEDn EVLAL- MFRDAtr74 wttenaon 4 jES1byr kH4let ftt florae JercyyUogs iiI r Iti rIod Yg kas 7 I 1jsprhfildKY i r Place To StQPtt t IscMrWobingtofl and- F 4Joouty rjnd the iri k Lout 1 ind1ookinKt r a- plabeio stop to call oh us W n ave severall 11911 Fitiihed hsi J whicn 1tewili let foc lookers ipr sHort or ilong stay at reason tIerat ii Loca 9e the Northwest ner ofSev itt aW Marktt Sw J kVUtW1fltt- 3 hnEdknH Pride Washington t J V OR Springfield Cho Manatactured bY1 I J14Jaco5fWe Jpay highest mir et price for grain If ou want the Bet FLOUR askjrwr grocer for wAaEAaNwiYPSkWI t b 1IM IMIo are sMsdr wir fe d wea 1S H ycill tIIt Pills 1fIMr 1e cusa t ie- cIsJIIII Al K- yraSeW M tIe X tteas Cetf 0 ly25 CMts IMe fcrlpik LlkLllllt He r le M Jprs1e1i I H ydoI LLLcn1 rnLAW1FEICET1 rI I ai J 4coI uRi a 1 r m wnw of interest I TOWNLocaIt1appenIns Latest I ItFrlindsI ami Acquaintances J IFF FP1II FrF1 3 ciot forget the new ProdUce- r House on Main street 1 JeteTappIPORALLA sow and 6 gigs Elqbt arrott t Springfield Ky lihavra for sale 9 bundles o oti J E Wheat ey e1d Ity Talcefy r country produce to thbfproducQhOuseofC W Hom an Co on Main street andl get highest prices PatMingers for the early morning train 8hoiild l bear inr mind that they may tanINearly breakfast afr the Walton Hotel LoSTA white zephyr shawl between H MCy ahs residence aatown Finder leave at this bfllc atd receive reward lWheti you want a nice picture Je at Leaehman Camp lulls and select the molding sit1eayeyourorderThiiiew House pn Main street is tlje place to takeii your chickens and eggs if youI irantthe highest market prices Lachvan Campbell the furniture men are now vell1t quipped to make picture frames All sfiesand styles r t t RENTMY1hoand bath metal roof Ilot about i O xi420Jj Q McElroy g 7 Ieli D Baker and BohPn Lush twolocal horsemen attended the Hrrodsburg fair last week and wereiuccessful in capturing I several ribbons The young men of the town- will give their annual Fair Hop at tbe Opera House on Friday night Tn f affair will doubtlessa be1P to the usual standard of- xcellence of social entertaini ii menta I IT Rev W W Stout will preach ext Sunday at too Baptist t Gbjarc morriiing hii4 eveningi Rev Mfred Sdeman will preacti the following pn the following Sunday Jini McEenneya YQung nrgro B about town was triedand held hover to the grand jury by Judge Noeona charge of petty larceny urn stole a lot of vegetables from the pantry of the Walton Hotel q The picnic at Frederickstown which was tor have takea place t 00 kyy was postponed cfTh It will take OTxtWe4pesdaythe l jrbodj should make pleasVaVfm1Ci Dis d The lot the Bosley farmI will takepleon next Tuesday August 18th Ta anyone lookI ing for a firstclass farm this is a good opportunity For par ticulars we refer our readers toH the display advertisement in this issue The WaliJp ton County Insti tute for colored teachers is in session this week with a good Attendance Prof Fred Wi- lliamof Louisville who has acted in that capacity for several years is Institute Instructor and is making the proceedings bot i interesting and instructive The Washington County Chris chooICoriventidnftlet or r I I cGlasses cand Glasses co iI Some people seem to think I that if they only wear Glasses it will alrteht with i their Eyes There would t be just as much sense in 4 peerIbing the same medi d cine for every disease A We Give an Examination Tha i v en Leave No Defect- Undiscovered i C CATHKRM gUS SELL Springfield Kv to Ir C uTQPIQ3 J II- p I = 11 with a good crowd of enthu 1siastici schools in the county were rep resented by delegate vand offering thereby placing thn county on the bnnrJist j W S Gibbs bought of Joe Danvalletheirtpremium two jear old jennet Bhfe Grass JBell for 300 She was a 1nnerat the State Fair last fall and has nevor been beaten in her class Mr animaltofinish iing State Pair Mi r SR Gray has sold his farm three miles out on ttje Lela non pike to Mrs Jennie Goodloe of Lancaster The price paid was 60 per acre and the total amountwas 9990 This IS a well improved farm and one of co9ntryhomes was for years the bom of the late William Robertson Tom Hamilton a well known young man pf Frederickstown and a son of Mrs Sadie J Ham ilton met an unfortunate acci dent whie playing ball at High School part Young HamiHpu was a nimoerof the Fredericks own team which was engaged m a game of ball with a niueot this place and while stealing second base collided with another player and caught his leg in such a way as to break it The injured member was set by Pr Hamilton and the young man is ttngo1ilJs v lJascoud be- xpected tIA special meting of waslheMberesome action aboiiV building a l JforkIonand Squire JL Mudd were- ppbinted a committee to confer with the Nelson County author ities about contracting for the bridge 1he cmmitee iis given lull power ta act and the bridge will iae contracted Jorfond bult as soo a as practical Too Much Booze t Ben McElrov of color well known about town went to Satrdayigbv gestofrate Bens cargo amounted tot just four gallons and thre1 lMarsha1Johnl Benlupontrain and asked him to give anI of his load Ben told r SI10c1tedj was also locked up but ins I I I Ui 1U I WiWriI nTeeth ex tracted without PAIN or DAGERIeNo Barges yhen plates are wantedI ALL WORK IL 1 Done in this office is firstclass ft 1 in every respect and just as ad fj vertised i IYSTALLARDDDSfS i Springfield Ky MoM M separate cell On Tuesday after noon Bien was tried by a jury in Judge Noes court The charge was bringing liquor into a local option territory jfor the purpose of sale and the Jjury after hearing the evidence assessed a nne of50 ind ten days ftijail TTie Fair The Springfield Pair begun yesterc ay and tne opening was quite fivorable Yesterday was iLaa and the ladies were out ies1Day f rceThe display in Rail was one of the best inj the history of the fair the rings all being well filled The eare a large number of the best stables of horses In the state in attendance and the com petition promises to be lively Tomorrow will be school chil pupilsofcounty will be admitted free of charge The weather so far is favorable and eyetythingxpoints to one of most successful fairs in the histof the fairs 25 Reward 4bI will pay twentyfive dollars reward for any mf rmationjlead ing to the conviction of the thief or thieves who stole from my place bout 200 chickens The theft was committed on the nights 10f July 31st Aug 1st and Atfg V Mrs J I Martin 8crJAL liPEFt Miss Bertha M lier of Nw HOeis a eue t of herster MrsjYI P Trusty t V Mr J Irvine WimsatV of Louisvllls Came In Sunday to join his wife and children and to spend fair week at the home of his mother Mrs Willtjtt Mr Clelland Cunningham who has been attending law school at Clinton S C is here vj Uing his parentsI Mr and Mrs A H Robertson attended the funeral oT Mrs Richard Ed lenat Bardstown Sunday + tMrH M Grundy aocompa GrundylMatEarrodsburglasttek and took lID the laIr Mr Fuph Npe has gone to Columbia which place will De his rhaadquartersfoahis work for the Internatiobal Harvesting Machine Co He has recently TRY LADIES CLUB TEA ITS THE BEST 1THEFAIR I is on and everyone who can should gOIBut dont fail to see us when going for anything jou may need in our line We have everything you will need for your lunch in the way of French Sardines Salrnornand Canned Meats Pickles and Olives Peanut ButterfBox Crackers of llkindsLemons Oranges Bananas or any thing you tway need for your table at home in the way of fancy or stable groceries Everythingttie best at FaIr Prices particulatlyanxiouscan get better acquainted Drop in and get a ptund of that lOc candy and take home with you f r IrS SMACKIN GOODI f and in futureyou will know where to get the best can speciallyforboth Friday and Saturday And FDr Cash 17 lbs granulatedSugar f 00 18 Jbs Brown Sugar i i 00 3 cakes German Sweet Chocolate tx v 10 ii cake 25c Bakers Ohocolate r V4 20 il 35cbottle Vanilla for tn V 25 1 50c can Royal Baker Powder fTT 4J 1 bottle sweet or sour Pickles worth 30c fOr 25 1 bottle 30e Olives 25 1 bottle 20c Olives 16 6 bars Big Deal or Red Wrapper oaJsf 25 6 lbs Lump Starch 25 TiPPJTlCLLilUJ l JSUI U1S1 yalanlJ SIQV1 ALL O rnn rnt trI cr ctJ erni I II I I I ill 1iU fWaltonfU i ttA Ham Robertson t Manag- erSIff slayt home and S cook 4uritgthis hot weatjier Come anti 1ekt with us iy LHLMeal tickets at special iII rates Give us a trial 1I We servref an Extra Dinner andSupperonsundays I Dbntmjs them AH water served in our 18 I S dining room 4s TathamWa SIN IIIIIj I i been pr m tdlnd has been l made block manThis willI necessitate his moving his family away froth SpringfleldS Mrs Jennie Thompson of South Park and Mrs G W Hurst of Louisville are visiting MrsS J Hamilton atFeder ickstowh Mrs J P Harmon of Bowl ing Green 13 yisiting relatives j iin the county 1 Tbqmpsrelatives here tfhis weeU fMr J CbBB Greene of La giaiige was here Sunday night He came over Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr Edelen at Bardstown HHA MrAlbert Oambellbf ln dianapois S here visiting his parents Mr and Mrs s MhCampbell Miss Isa Colin of Fairfield Js visiting hersister Mrs T DV Tapp c Mr 1VR Carrothers pi- Bardstmvn was here yesterday attendrng our fair a9d represent insr the Kentucky State Fair JpJack JDaugtierty and wife Bardstown were here to attend the fair yesterday Rev William Mitcheiand little son are giiests atrtheS R Gray home this weep Misses Mary and Pansy Fin nov and Minnie and Sallis Brown of Louisville are visit iilg Mrs Byron Croake and Mrs JoS Yank y this week Mrs J 0 McElroyehb has been under treatment tDr McOhords infirmary for Several weeksreturned home Sunday Mrs Henry Lh Cbambeis who has b4en spending the month with Ijer brother Mr John Canter returned to Louisville yesterday Miss Ethel and Mr Joe Mc Claskey are spending thdweek with Miss Veola Brown t Mr Clark Bpswell of Louisville spent Saturday night at the homo of F M Martin He returned home Sunday morning accompahied by his stepdaughter Mss Laura May Browne Miss Fannie McElroy will have Miss Bird Lisb of belbyvii1e as her guest the latter part of tho week Mrs A L Jenkins of incinJ nati will visit her parents Mr and Mrs G D Durcan this week Mr and Mrs George Anderson of Danville will be guests of Mrs H M ONan this week for the fair IIMr and Mrs Everett Buster of riarroasburg are guests of andMrsMiss Catherine Spalding of Lebanon isvisitingMiss BertHa Haydon Mr and Mrs C G McChord and jMiss1 Margaret McCliord returned from Louisville yester day after spending several months in Louisville Miss May Pruitt Stucky of Louisville is MissrMcChords guest forthe week Miss Carrie Clements of Lebanon is visiting Miss Carrie Ede en Miss Mary GleasonJbas returned frcm Louisville T Mr and Mrs John F Simmg Mr and Mrs Irvuie Wimsattj Misses Mayme and Ernestine Knott Mrand Mrs Greg Edei left Messrs Hamilton and Geo Robertson attended the funeral of Mrs Richard Edelen at iBardstown Sufnday Miss Ruth Rays who has etm at Waco Texas three years hasI returned home for a months a i wmjRayLIMissJ Elizabeth Weatherst of Tatham Springs is with Miss Bessie Roberts Jpr the rfair Miss Jflargaret Wilson of Leb anonj is visiting Mrs Hugh Stiles i Mrs J B HoldeVmaD of Stanford is visiting Mrs John 1Missesi Cash have returned to Louis ville after a weeks visit with Miss Minnie Blaodford IMaigaret t Edelen has rIIrI gNSh pent Monday IrsI tertaing a house prty this week sJr1composedHughes Cincinnati AlineHan LogairJIanvihJe 1IDaDviUawkinslrin honor of her gueststbis evening Mr Shaker Robertson who has been visitinjfMr and VIra James Chtschlre ut Fort Scott Kan returned home yesterday Mrs JM Carruthers and Mrs McCoy of Bardstpwn are risitng Mrs T Di Tar Mrs Will C Rogers and dalghter Miss Annie spent j Monday with Mrs Fred Hagr Pain anywhere stopped in 20 min ShoopsPinkPaInon the 25 centbW Ask jbSitboctor or bruggisl about this formula4 Stops womanly pains headache where Write Dr Shoop painsanyII WIs for free trial to prove value ofAis Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Sold by Red CJroiS brugr Store t There are many imitations of Ve Wltts Gafbolized Witch Hazej Salve ratjust one original Noteing else Is just as crood Insist on DeWitts is cleansing cooling ad soothing isod by Vhe Red CrofsDnti Store li iCouldnt Show Her Alice tbe 4bandthe1countryryour Ignorance about things you see around the farm JVe laugh at the t4 country people when they come to the dry but when they get us out here they have the laugh on us So Sont ask Mr Jenkins any fool questions or run when a cow looks atyouu Oh indeed retoted Its wife in dlgnantlld like to have yovr un derstand that Im not sot green as you seem to think Im not afraid of cows and whats more I know how to milk too 4Youthe astonished George Where on earth did you learn i l Thats all right she replied slvjely ebutllIf you dont believe It eaJJJust come around to the barn after get back from your fishing trip th JGQJ places Ills attention was attracted kby ithe shimmer of a white dress at the fur end of the line And there seated on a stool beside a very restive boIvine undismayed by the switching of the animals constantiioccasional foot in the pall j prjbudly milking her cow with squeezer Llppincqtts Magazine iStaking Solace Why do people go to the country In the summer = II think its because they like to hear the man whO keeps the hotel taln answered Mr Slrlus Barker Its fa comfort to hear somebody Insisting even aiafmatt r ot business that the temperature Is a whole lot ower thta it Is In the cttyWashlngtonStar Remarkable Modesty Will you marry me Miss Tom mey asked Mr Colllngwood No Indped reptl d she wouldntl many thcHficst man on earth VOf course y6n wont TouIl never have an opportunttiiB thatJs lio reason why ypn sliouidnt niarryme Ietro1t Free Pressj Just Kidsi 1 Every bartender In dls ward call5 = my father by hs first name br yer go bragging abouiyer blame family ngluSt Louts Post Dispatch th Not Hii Fault I N Just saW Goodley coming bornee snldtthe first suburbanite and he was barreled sure enough What exclaimed thc other Why I nevcTliUCvv hlmto drinkt all Oh not But It seems he went HWinjralug down lu thereck and some u1l0 stole hIs clothes PhUadeplft In Press Ipia Fo1ey iJlethWlll cure tr ulanythat III liP t 1 sdthe rea l rsied cine No tneWltfQ can 04 more Haydon b Robertsons dru tore Jiemiani si1BIG Stbre t i and will contirHie until all i I Remnants Odds add E4z jjzfr rJ 2 1 are disposed of ta U = IIl J Ihas accumulated many RwnjMmts dF PTM Goodl tII J White Goods Wa FabricsjLtc JUbio cries Cottons alicoerpets liUttmf and i Odds and Ends of Mens and Boys Clodiin Ldi L Suits Skirts Waifti Glove CocMb Shoes flew I and Boys Hats arid Cap Shirts and Neckwear r which we will sell at t r I YOUR OWN PRICE I t WeUa1zoofforourrpdar tock of Men juri 1Boys Summer diiits and Odd Pant atcc tforbalance of season V iittQp EXTRA 8SPEGIALS I t0 rJt f ft Forr Friday aixFStwdyt I t t t JotofLadiesl2 ted 16 BtttoitLntk51kuc1 t CotithCJovs Jpri Lot of Torchph Laces 12 pnc fr 11 r LobofMensHatsl2pric S f f I Lotof MenV Waao b 31C i ftt I- Robrto C1aybrookoIj60flr1 t IIIINCOAPOJtAftD 1 J r ii i t ir4 444 CVID FARM- VFORSALEiYL f 0 r 140 icreTract 125 Acre TratZ 1 O6 Acre TUGt 40 Acre tract 3fA tItr 0n TuesdayAugustf8t9O8t 8 J Yl t t f M2c1k pMtIiepreises el the farm belonpisff tlse h IdOf Mri Margaret B alfJ4 will be sold to thehIghe1biderln tractia indicated ahoY 4 f xlThis farm Is locatedIs PJeasafat Run elfWwchoedj opt J and Washington county line onLebqtoft awi Texas tt i turnpIke 8 miles ft1llLeuo 7 miles fro SpdllCkW ladi r miles bmTexas It ra1 eepeliyeryaR4 f service ltbj access to 3 chwrckei within 2 2 RUes roads The I4a acre tract is equipped with keel i rodp koww ew and modern stock barn Hiorfftea tefeacce TNITH joA au aijwrjr i tsoutbuildings The 125 acre tract luw sew bex ko we a4i bar1The other tracts are with t ildfaHrV This farm Is Meanly all i frass l7i it a Mrt state o Hi t vation Itis especiallya4apte4tetkegrowthof ljt lWj f Burley Tobacco j w j1 tihaving tWIce in last twelvetyears taopeitheljwifaiTilleviarlkit r Sboth single hnd ad average fereatfre cw a i late as ie For further inforiatio call 0Ii or adreer 0 rfleece Bogf 11 I if lie ia rllp 2V i i 44444 4 oI otSS- SSS 4 H J 41t 1t1tt 1 f On account of Rain the J rj It i I t FFrederieKStoirPiplfd Ii i a Itf f t 1 fft4 i tWas POstponed t lfJ 0j t tTo Wllos4ay August teJ 0 j J f t We want ajl1 oar Mends to fetu i i there Two Tine PaDI f amslhandsomest bab4oy I rg1 l t tf0I THE Committeea I t upuI4 L1i Whir th Fun4e WtM Asan lustaiw ott bat flucky character et tlM rlj Mty- e following extrtet rrMi 11M Alky Y city record wty pve hrt itlng In tthe trsee ttMAfrift Baptist ch fca ir llei to tbflCouncil1 tAr perialssteat I ieiltifcj public snbscrlptioa p prM Ifc funds of the cWt4reJt wiw Kf1e 3 the fetltkML lMWI 4e- vetgatioa eithe rNiet tUt 1nipI tretbee- v1oa wbecdpdK to t At chard had be 4 lfiM uMs 1WSatlil I bqt- 1n4imL i PIlES WbiW No 1 kI4 5I + iT Tis sb4 Mid r tIaan l4et tar hrr Wnolf t=rthiik vi ttt iiSL1Wht1flht fl ai Fi4efli t Si4kIdI U bid rasr wt w a ft t w W Uf Jr ntfera A ntk iabs x 1 StTW mlltMaiUi Wlfp a tlmt wtt p lt dtg teat1uaL H t BdA xlfllfl I i I rV l r 1 ii T 1 1zDying Man Clears Mystery I 9litl 1t T ha li tiii fiti nf Prnrrr Family Whom HeiDeplfr t11It tI + 1Wu WW OUt by Yk9C Committee After a Chase l iwr tfct Pr isStcretKept Until Now tit it j vXlJktr ttrtrtylv rn the iecrett olF ttlwle tfb Btader lamHjr has been c ttwalf ifter th r ted from their i jitmitty tfce ICansiS Prairie they dls J f iiv ali1r rmvpeI that time many rumors of MwJ l r ffc away to Mexico to Can r 4M1i Galfenda tdQermliny aria itfcte ptec r have been fclrculat q r fiI c4ei St t1r nnlbilatlon b 1 ttM atMrtff a TJmfted States marshals I Mye MID toMt bl only to be dls MtttilT 4 i q a n Eraai Downer of Downers Ckyr araaaton of Pierce oWner irbo te athe Mttlemeht in 1833J sit story iyBj believing he Is on t jfe iiiOilxed aad Ithat It Is his duty to H ltrttifa tfct fewtk to the world A eoapct Htred into by the mem WwiittlMi ti fla c committee at tho ttpie M kept Ui HIM sealed all these 7W b jreaibjatJoH that If he did Sjjj jaM ak ue tritk B1Jg1itr never btt D THE BULLETS FROM ES f7 O a J kiojra Inthicedhfiitote11 hiw4hp had J Minted In tbtf extermination of the i family v r te Mr Don r lived at Independence cXti9 during the bloody reign of the B n4er On the flight of the Benders after t the murder of Dr Xork bwneran foaf Bother men constituted I viflljrace committee and themselesI pursuit Downer after telling ho hLs party got on the the Benders and finally sighted them says Th night wsdapc and we feared that xtbey might escape us but luck was tgjood We 1gbtcdthemrae lJltg i fast M they could over the vprairfft aad shouted to 4 them The rby ja nhie foot shark when they the ep11t his front fins the the boat and the fish Rsn i feig would of until In 4t Ite big book uto kie pile offish the story told by of ana saw Whl up ot the affair As evi The tell how they vere port with then sloop hilled tothe with fish Tyhen thy noticed great fish them and them still fact that Brace Jt school of was by his the lawn Kuacch his front flflfl1 of going fQ build one these tons house will be bunt can batch the and avoid It In winter Bond tells very bow Braces house was built V iiever liave dQne MOT men flo says houie was swung cwlfr the Jtonr Barrio the title iave agreed row race the Ju the for side of ifp0 the aig awl the TSe tree will be rowed and the ship at Mori moon had risen kut by hey rfd tng was but goo As soon we they fire and this our course was now them them trial Wo set our horses going speed and the bullets fast from both sides The bail light and 1ue rough going over the Jillly made but rwo were them When shot from the wagon struck one of our him UA later the old man who Was firing from the back the wag nn out thE dead and John and rim He was shot before he feet from the Kate had been but at this shef short arid sprang out cut one horses loose FAST BOTH for sajd toI IMtI gInjtyl- iOrwooer antI sped 3t One our siet iir fiorsc dbcfher We and weht ting tci help her it With of Bui my grief how r did fight She tooth and nail like tiger aut we had handle her like At Jnst she firmly tied baud and ovev the front of tlie safldle ot wb got jhack wagon we found jihat tile old wdmanwHbini had been by bullet gjj bark A1eOuoiPoai Jf y L Istoy oft Strange Behavior of a Big IrTfiexican J Waters as Related by Fisherman i Pursued whichl + abandoned thelrboat at hi on edgeoT S late therein eatout a trough greed It swallowed a Ihrown J Is Jl j teverdl fishermen iTazatlan r Ijjexico people who the d p t Indubitable thecqritl 1 flghermeh re turning o gunwales a purging TTapldly gainIng on although t a ft Prsued Porch Whole Nigl J Why lyin0 Crops Architecture i i Qespltethe George aiOU4er e revo1vnghouse t chltgjtuje compelled rwire to hotfoot It around ql Jeweler porch Chatham WilUamRel Jf Relmhns of llke rcontrap Braces so It swing around to Wesley In carpenter summer IIIIr simply sporgeJJowi t bolder 4narrledi yJtwlould dvirijest d Arrr3 Australian on to Eagllsb tuTntat chahy j SMraIgLtaat over champIon 4 bet shlpcgurse Thames champiooshlp rPJTUtney JJflglaM Challiihge between Jlakeoti Oefia frequently W l4 obscured cquilsnndthe anything as shouted opened on us determined no question of taking prlBoriers or giving a at breakneck flew prairie aiming ahnost Impossible overtaking rapidly party killing Instantly moment of Etched on Jplrie Jumped hadrun a wagonI lydriving stdjipeft thewaoii 9the FLEW SIi trallof beOiie litpQ l asvfiy on of party overtook dismounted toward htrbxpe no thought trouble sl fought n to a bucking broncho w toot and thrown onCroCtile ru u1thenloathe kijled a Nine Foott Fish i iibout 1008 feet away They hurried to the pier where Jn terror they scrambled out of the bont The shark for such the fish pit to be foll weil them nut inimeIat9ly mounted part way Into heboat where he began de Touring great quantities of fish In single inouthfulsJ The fisher ell hurriedly secured a shark hpolt whl jh tiyfliiew1it with the fish The shark after a monihful or twotO1r the hoolc Intolhto mouth aVongwlth i scyeiart swaliaiwe- tlJV crowd of people bad gathered iby thIs time and ntli hand lii piilllngthe monster In xvlifire hwas placed on exhibition t t it r r t t i I vt House Got n Married Mans Disfavor Out 8 as Another decides on the tupntable j t ill olf J1s i breeze a aS1 e rThe a a Sportsmap Tridce There a hundred 1 Ientn IIble which was turned from the dining robin Brace was Jtigieuious and cOnib1ned the dining rooin table with the wheel so that he could use thc wheel for a ttable at meal hours and for n wliee wliea he wanted fo turn the house nrouud Rut Brace found It Inconvenient lie would come home somewhat overMirouyht At times anti Mrs Brace Avhen she hcanl him com lug would tunilhe house around The rqst of tim jiigw he vonld spend chins lug the front stoop FJwHlIy he scnl for me and we plugged UI the turn table V iBrnce built a now house recently butthere wasnt any turning itt 4S iIi Coach w1l1aCIPifootball team next season succeedjn VLleutcuant Comm nde1 Joseph jRceves It It Is possible to obtain tin iOr erg of the deportmeut for him ttc jbe stationed at Aumipolis Enslgt JJouclas L IIovnrd captain of the team ot 1000 will iiPldtcoapn HMNMNMNM o That hacking cough continue J BcoMite yiWsyxem n exhausted and 0of 6TakeI x k a Mp d tbnnf y sys- texnuf 5A5 kco Cod lAyer OaarxlHypopkocphitesK i1tipripsrdthstJ it kMIjr totakeaml cty to dig lUc Ik Frm nQ i Grden i FOES OF THE APPLE t tome Little Known Pests Found In American Orchards One of the reasons why the applett leaf roller Archlps josa9cuna has re celvcd so little attention from the sci entlfic fruitgrowers Is because It hag1 uev r existed in numbers sufficient to be regarded as a positive qieiincc Now however It seems to be largely on the increase anti with the irospect ot lindfpg it added to the already too bug list of our apple tree pests It ITi weii to kuowMsomuthlug 6f It and what Is to bt esptrc Ed from It If It sbouldII ul1e tiiitifui Tliu lanae are active cylindrical pale greeu or reddish lirowu Ips xtr With a deep Unvti b jud nnd with the Qrct bojy dtvLibiiCyothumu and irst fr jufu of JvdrrH nlo te dl1r PBUIT IXJUUED BY ice liotLEK A few slender hairs arise from thY head and body When ready to beI conic pupae they draw the leaves tojgether and form u shelter in which the change takes place They jcas ure when full grown rather more than baIt an Inch Ibng The pupa IS light brown jid much shprtcr An oxamijle prcwvriir iiN cqhofaiii probably siewhjit tiunir en mertsures a torticthiofj nch In leuglli llliehead uds r wjhapOl- aiitenuiie arrse hiskle of- r prow shape front Jxurv outiyard 1he 1cJiwn1l Wen retiiru toward Ihe line 6u The ceiitnil tide when terminate with tb sec ud jialr of Icffa a ftliort distune nnterlhn to tln posterior margin or tie wlugcaseSi The thorsis docldedljr convex blI7e descending fo the ubdtmion which Is also arched and terminates in n nithcr fitbut lint spine with a couple of smitil curved hooks at Its end The abdomcii Is roughfcno3 iiboijt by a si ries of deu tljjlcs oi crclrsonlte ending on each slde near the spiracle C Adults ar prqvldediyitb broad frout wlngqppntrIngi lS ftabruptlycut ofTr JHETUSSOCK CATEUPIITjAR at the ends the anterior margin strongly arched at the baso and n ttLi Incurved near the tip The gear c rot the trout wings and body iIs alutaceus or leather color with an oblique dusky band beginning at tht middle of the anterior margin nnd er tending to the inner augJeof the wjug This murk may he ohiscure5l In old ex amples some trace of It Is goner ally presents It has given the species the Hiawe pbUque baudod leaf roller used In sore entomological writings The apex of the front wings Is occupied byi another dusky mark The outer half of the hind wiug Is pale yellOwthe tuner halt dusky XuluerQus other plants besides up pie areflttacked by thIs spctles among 3bem clover cotton strawberry rose plum birch bean hoiieriickli cherry mid others The species pfcurs from the Atlantic to tile PaCific ocean Another threatened evil is the tussock cuterjpHar which seems to be niuitlpljing rapidly In middle westt orchards It is a singular caterpillar with two tong tufts of blijclc hairs anis 11d r11dmale wingless1 J1 I The tussock RrpUliir became known to som rAiucrjcau orchnrdlsts for the first tlme luring the summer t th6mTorlclugnllpareutl conjunctionftIthitbet the leavis of fruit and shade desroylnjj la prefciu ovar7 vsop hilt ordlnnWI- yjdopsi1 but lIttle hiivut Tvo brooJj de J velop the first appearing In April and May the tlcPl1d it bout the first of August A mass of eggs observed In 1505 Wit placed on a privet hedge Aug to 5 r The eggs began hatchVig Aug 14 and all were out Aug 18 ThlhlrnC were giown and began pupating Sept 15 The first adult umcrgid III confinementt pt20 milt others continued to comu-tf forth i uutH Oct 2IQ 1893 larvae ii fcoufiiiciueut began to pupate Sept 5 and rllh1l1 puimtod Sept 11 Sept 13 adults bcgjiii to bmerge ami eOnS tmuei to come out until Sept 22 In the lletter part of September Sept Innd later the adults of the second brood emerge and place 1their eg4us about the trees The fuii il7motii wingless uud sifter cmerg iig deN notl leave her JookeKllk TUtusc J covered wUJi frolhy rniutcflnli nre placed upon the ottltI If tillS where tirpy rcntii cdu lug t tn twig or in jliarii nfi tUi tniitlw AVliuu lortycs an MIt1l1l1JiPmost invariably 8iiittIniof those basses 1 MUsJJObM JLwtE Simpljpfjiods That Will Yield Rich II Returns For mushroom growing a greenhouse Is not Deeded Any building whletf orotra t IIQ crop fjrop rain wiud ant1 4 rom iUUjMrv saO UWt niotrufe Z L fllor Hit fron 45 toI 50 degrees They are eaelly hurt by drip The air should be moist and gnotJbecause It Is easier to hliit a struc it WlrmIthe crop and ruin It Generally the first I beds pie prepaied In September Dr Octbbqr and the last In March fresbborse ietIngrain fe1l animals bedded Vith hay or straw Sawdust or shavings jurt not sultdble Shake out the coarsest straw aiid throw the material into a heap to tart heating It should be uito1cxzfttly jj 3iclt- he wet ncr at nil dry As icon as heating hula commenced fork ttr pi e over to prevent burning and r poit this three or four timbs er tvo days When the liiaior a cs a 3nrk Jirowu crblvM er ull- II Smells gather sweet L iia ivadylto fou Into bcUs These may beflfteeu to igiiceet 114tcell and of any sui i 61c width ivlrrtk k t iwn fir ly mid wait thtee tir four citty to nlj v roheatlLs T vU it i3 IIcf r aiid If uct Lr C cr or Ue gees insert spawn every ten or twelve Inches apart each way Place t spawn an Inch or two deep and cover the wholet bed with a light dressIng of loam say two inches ecpvto hold heat and moisture and form as firra rooting place for the crop Mushrooms dislike to be watered hence moisture should be preserved rather than sup plied An Unappreciated Plant Chives Is a vegetable not widely known In this coujitry It is native along the northern borders of tfe United States as well as in some parts of Europe where It Is P9pulnrTI1 tf plant belongs to the onion famIIViand Its leaves are used fOil seasoning In SOUPS salads etc andnre preferred to onions by many perrons because they are much ralldprnnd more tender Europeans use chfv s for seasoning scrambledieggs and similar dishes Theculturepf chives Is simple The ilant will grow In any prdlnliry gAr den soil It Is usually propvgatei by Division Qf the roots because It dops- not jeedlendl Tile roots or clumpjf of roots maj be purchased ntyuodera3 prices The clumps should be plant cd in beds about nine Inches apart In rows which are HA feet apart The planting may be done In either spring or autUmn The chives may afsd ko pJantcAl In tlie border orthe vegetai fe garden and makes an xtjellent ierma nent borden AlTa bordor plant the clumps shrduld be plaiited about six Inches apart The leilves will Tjroy thickly and form a dense green mat Pasture 4ln New England The pasture problem tthreUtunsthe futurq of Ntfw lKugluud tlalry farming rit ffll um Iatflrea ute siQij Imf dureljruunlng outlatnd are keeping fewer and fewer tuttle every yoijr Most of thin cannot De plowed ftiny reasonitlj osd under present con liQitions of farui labor nnd clearing luue1l4nnd culttvad for a few years there seems to l uo hope for them anti they gradually turn into wood lots thus reducing the dairy capacity of the farm ilany pastures are ulqlel sly Jnjured by turii g the stock out too early In the spring especially when It hits been cnteu close thp preceding year They tramp the soil too wet and gnaw thc young plants too Hose to the ground It s jnucii better to let the grass get a good start then put oiv the stock Ion enough to eat down the nliotherlUlsflureto be divided Inthis way they quickly become thju oil under ordhfuaVinIh ods It Is ni expensive way but per haps It Istt only way to manage without graz rig the land too cloje The Irish Potato J1 Tlppntatp Is u native of the ndes particularly f Guile and Peru and spinel writers els liii that it was found growing will sts far north as th Tbltec gorge in southern Colorado It probably wfts first Introduced IntoE1 rope by the Spaniards about the Si1d die of the sixteenth century In HSC It was taten t Euglaad1 from VIr frfula wher however It was prpb nWy fcrivcd from n Spanish source Its progress In Europe was siow ILOJ culture 6vpu lit Ireland not becoming general until the middle of the eighteenth century but It Is now a staple food In most temperate climates j Barefoot Dancers fOne of the strnngi sights of Xeullly iaysthoParTs Figaro 1s ho dally ratio of Isadoni Tiuucans pupils wlib hojie Home tiny to dslrice thcniselv Into wealth null fame The lwrcfot dancer compels her pupllt tto drc p in the old Grecian style stud the HIu girls with hair streaming umlcr little unn short skirts socks hocllcs Nboes fir sandals anti ample togas ns Hity ltrut along the street on their morning Ittontlol1IIi because of their rugged nppfnrnucc anti graceful carriage as much ns be cause of Ulllr strange costumes German Defense Costly The Gormnns have lustalltHr In the KnirppcaqI l a trifling sum of 70000 every shot Qf which costs 1orblue projectile sis for charge which expels the shell anti for the checkhig apparatus ThisIthe cannot Ore more than niiujtyfivo tI8ctsafthc1rwhich destroy the quality of tile steal and tho piece can no longer be 18itil without danger of bursting Cljlbag Journal A Singular incidence twentyonefpltnl London recently told tills story at a public dinner given hi hr hjunor Some years rigor In one of her yard v hipBJYla serving British warship Iu Chinese itI Quo jnorniug the boy told tier that he hndShad such n lhappy night us he hlulj dreamed that his brother was him nt hilt bcelMe When the nlet uHff0 came torejvjrt didsiid tluU tI haa hut a curlouH experience Whed looking along the wnrd during tho night she had Ugen astonished tto vex n sailor iu the ward besidelhe bdyj bed Kosoutlug Iinsloi f ie hail iagouo to tlio bed to iatiul e into titS matter when she found there wits uo body there ijwlcc nftorAvnrdi irJHg the night she jfiad seen tthe snionI parltloiu At last bjturucd down the gas nut vnjtcrcd ttu bsltloul5f some plants After that Biledid not see thp Mllbr jogam Chlcag News JJ fE t tidies 111 S J22 tItcolicCarduifor IlA ic u jH f 6 OUJErL J LFSOHS BMAILG1ADTES POSFLOSIOUfltmsii1iow D issBOWLING BIJSINESSrUN1VRS1TV aw it CI t s i T I E Give Ftsh For Answers I ibrt n coup tltlon With fishj to fout WI 1124r ht1tt fsii should belong iQ million nires Goiansh What fish should shine fellows Snntlsu What fish i noted for Its graceful motions Skate t Vt Ish would w4ti In wrestling nmtih Muswelc What fislp oirrles a vyfcapoi Sword fish What fist woulil be lor service In a Itiinljer yard SavRijut S7 What fish hits toe miiueoj ni Kipling chnrJictciV Shnd AVhat fish Iurthe mite yf aDlckensl character Cul life V f rWhat fishjIf given tto melancholy Biucfish WBat fiktiis one ljIa1t of t singers vqlc4 6a + 1A V ANMiat hls pot orloufjly dattLJFlouo derJr Wijdt s j te fishdoesu pilot dread Rock bars t Wbat fishl Is awholo wojld in itself eiobb 1 yvtfWhat flsli Is ifoLhonest Shark Wliafc fisli could serve in the navy Tbrpjsdo fish v What fish Is fault finding Oarpi What fish does not need to swim Plying fish 5SS Signaling Noon Most boys and girls know perhaps that the hour Cf noon itt signaled everyday lo every part of the country by tolegraph from the najvlU observatory at Washington The custom orlghiat tiilt Jf bfljeed at thcf Greenwich oborvatbrj hlElrgIhnd but bur sys tern is ah improvement on theirs says the Chicago News Greenwich signal is sent out nt noon ni dibcghtnfllgDuring these five minutes every tick- of HK observatory clock Is electric llyi trarisinltted except the twentyninth second of each minuter the last five seconds of the first four minutes and the Inst ten seconds of the fifth rain ute After this final break of ten sec onds the exact noon signal Is given The object of the series of signals is not only to badlcate more clearly the instant oiLnoori but to enable the thife various stations to regulate their clocks Diamonds Burn Like Coat The Jeweler nt closing time was putting lila diamonds in a huge safe nut why do yon bother to do that when two watchmen walk the shop nil night long on account of fire the Jeweler re plied Diamonds ire nothing but conklbontbe burn beautifully Their hardness njakes us think them Indestructible but as a matterf of fact a lIne of dlirrionds would be the briskest prettiest thing In the world ljut n handful of dinmotids on a Iiat4 anti set a light to them They will burn with a bui61gCllllUte flame till hothlng Is tcrtfhre will be no smoire no soot and at theend the piate will be aa clean ns though jus- ttvauetnot the slightoatt particle of nsli will remainere1 National Flowers The Is the emblem of gay Fmnce T Thje violet Is theiriaUpnar flower Athens 41lz J KiMir maple is tthe untfI em tbreiw ofCannda Th i shamrock Is emblematIc of the Emenld Isle lITin ji1itleuis the national emblem of Prusjija En funds national llOwor is the rose flit js eunbiethistho lily Gtiraanys emblem Is the corn flow r Thir leek is The cnibldm of Wales and he thistle oC ScotlanjL Th United States has uov national 1JJowi r tI JC use of Many Sudden Deaths There isa Htscase 1t coiint ry moetilaumgerous ica iwo dccciv tivp Mnnys niicii dcttths arc caused hy it henrt clisi 1leuutuuOluiSheart qtclltiency iliM se If kiwrtev trQuhttt is allowed towivaticci thekidimevipoisoutist l l tack lie vitalj organs causing cnLTvrrh of hsbreaBla kIer troiAles almost slwas rmtlt from i der8iiejiit5iitof the kidncvs and propertaeat bytitkiirgredtjkidney liver mid bladder rejucdy iIt =rrhctsiuabilltj to hold untie and bceldiiiKixiiu in jwsciiig itiIlllovtrcome that unplestaMt necessity of lacing toinpflletl to go often tlirouglt the tiny liiul get up fishy tines during the nighti The ittilil and the etraonjijmry i re4zscdItrrurrs of the mb tU lroMuig cases SuwupRbot isp4esaiitd1iikeant1j is sold by all JmgKist ijififyci lt and oncitouar size iiott1tfs You limy have a saiuplc IxAtlc of this wonderful ilcw1iI covry and a book thai telli jril about it l AddrtujiDrIi1 war Cov Jf Yt When wrifiu mention rending this generous offer in tins paper Dorr make any uiauzlerampRoot oneerybolOc aJ j LJGreat suffering Is the lot of all women who neglect The health of their wo j tlmanly No right kind Qf medicine Will cure Ta cannever do harm and is certain to dO gOOdMrs Salle I Blair of Jolpon teen months and had four docbrs City Tenn writes lhadznffd from Iromaajy raMtt fcr iIII lNow I think Ilam aboutweILall but thj Could not help me tmtll II btcaq to tMi Wins ci C reliablecirtw lsts In tlM Ivm or Ill WRITE US A LETTER t A LfP INBOOKEE1NG SECUREWRITE GREEN iR aniongjts a fieurdeys Mmngfl1lhis b tj bothfeeiitrapUjjjtmH JTfUKliRiHtpu 27rV SPORTING WORLD Thomas PiayingStar Ganje Baseball fans are beginning to won der how DUly Murray managed to low Roy Thomas to get away from the Philadelphia Nationals without so much as it picayune Roy Is hlttlng the bull bard and often and playing n sensational fielding game Since Tie be came a irember of the Pittsburgs Perhaps there Is sucht a thing asia ROY THOMAS JuItJtt FIKIipEUKJP Till Pitrznuip NTIO plhyer being too long with one team Thomas was n member of the Phillies for over ten years Hew g for several yeas one of the bating right fielders In the National league but last year lie fell off woefully bQth1iIsbiIttIrig arid fieldlug uiKllnaiijitJloughtyewa9 dll In J3rl tills seasob he TVnsreleased anuL was Immedlately slgned by the Pirates fa1 1KelleyMayJ1 Will IIkaKeHey succeed Kid Elber eMus manager of the Newt York Anforlcans nt the end of the present season A well known baseball man says he will and that he would be given the job immediately if he was not tied up by contract with the Toronto club of the Eastern league President Faj roll of the New York club has always been n wann friend of the recalcitrant Mike and would like nothing bette1 than to get him for manager of th Yankees At least that Is what the person iou the inside says Kelley has not been getting the Eastern league afire this scnsou but Farrell Thinks that behnalltpe qualifications of a successful lleader and I willing to take iatchancev r Americans New Outfielder 1ChicagO Mnttleks Pueblos last out theWestteraCharles A Conaiskey of the Chicago 2500jBesides being a great Outfielder Mat ticks Is hitting over 300 and has One of the greatest firms evr seen cut ting off ruIS at the plate frQm cen for field beitig an almost dally feature boyjandseason He1s young jut big an nrtrong NevO Race Track at Windsor woreeonstructlug k Ktnud atSWIndsbr across the river frpm Detroit The plnutjsto be used by those iio tlieiii vlrcuitlstrlngs who t owners are not able to send their horses to California which wllj be thf only field open to them uext winter now that Neiv Orleans has been closed Josejih Jumesr the miUIonulre pool room mini of Windsor Is bucking the project tIt fins received assurances which leave him to qxiHtt there will be nt least 500 horses ori hand for the racing at q To Switch dporling Seasons A moventiut Is elug sinrjed by lot tens to the SniII preus to chnngo the months of the teal ball nnd cricket tea sons Year xftir year the month of May Is coW stud wet nndlt Is Uierefore proposed to start the cricket season In June null run onto the end of Septeinber Thqj footbailseason be gins In September which l3a hot month In theold eoqutry anti ends In April It is rumored that the iMU C and tootJn l associations wilt come to gether dud make h sfvap of the two mOtlJ ttrtluys Came A Jovely nnitk playetl on tile saine S1rS1 squari from OUt to thlrtjvone lu reg ulftr order Provide each guest with aj slip of liiusHn or pjipor bearing the date of his birth The atiiu Is walk bllndfoldvil to the tnlendar und lIb your impor toiL Ti c ono pinning llila dne nearest to the saiUe date Ou the calendar wJut hut prize For instance If your IjirUulny la the 3dth of AprJ you vshbuld try to pin the paper as near as possible to the 30 on the cal endar 4 a Of j Docs your bAckachc Di you have sharp pains the siMa thesti1alLI of the back This is due usually to kidney trouble TakeipeWitts Kid ney and plrdder eJ1lslhcy will promptly relieme vteakvbajck b ckij yiandyi KENNEDYS LACg WE COUGH SYflftJF I6w lUSIL Iry Ytto ay for afree ray valuable 64i 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