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rJo day4n each Ji1onthiY Bfi liftsey Judge 1 r 9thOT tf oMty Cuiirtiimeets bni the four tb i Monay n etch m uth B JiiiUey Judge WTB6okert County Clisrjc TS Mayespounty Attorney t teorge atleit JU tSideyOsioutne Sheriff EebertddIcmaqI jJIDeputt Ja cs 1t Moore County Surveyor T P O JBryai Assessor s w Tfitlitc4eUt Deputy f itNoe Ireasurer 1J MotgoryCOrOItet Jsb 5upt9f Common frIebQI1L O Springfield JetTY QOURT tJaieirToi QracelMarshal W jKGHgBbjt City Attorneyo t JUSTICICOURTsJattceCOansare held in January JaJT April and Ootobor L t rch Directory t1I tHODI tiT RCB fs jrer G W IyOB Pastor Sex t riceroatttt Kr tana ThirdSuadavs 1t ei iioiithat 11 armand 730 p m b Snctal kool every Suna aUO loom Prayer mating every Wedmesday aigt CATflOLtCcHVRCi Rev PF Bennessay Pastor Ser k wery Sknday at 8 and 10 oclock 11w isSricea at St Rose same hours t PESBYTERIAOIURCB Itttv E C tjajrson Pasto- rre1IflYSY S day t11 Im aiHl t 1p Sunday school every ui1y 2Oyry P18 1t i ti TkIdY ne iDal7olIki lBAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wi Harriton Willjimlii t iaatqrdPreaching eyery Sunday at r o t 4ud 7lf pm Sunday School evii 8iuiday t930 a m Prayer ineetini J4 e1etY Y cV I at 745 pclock 1 rfUSTlAH CHURCH Revr WcF Rogers Pastpr Sr vices first tincl fourth Sunday und tchbol faQ Jw f l Fraternal A tdr V alA toN I4opc SprhgflIid ot1 o sojeet s18 fi1tbi uba Blae1tot lJ6 t 1aiijttnR A Wtter NoJf eet e o ef j f r h SprIIlc1d ounfil 152 Deettd 1obithMpnday I lefT TJT YfXxie jfeps ofTBEfM AC AaiBs Mcc t tVJt t I t c1tt KodolFor In4igestio Oor0iir nt Gocpoa rZsitiefajs4 year oneyi jry 4ad== eee4rd the iEbeOiMU b IS4 bM S tti Siaudi Sw l A GCfc CKMUMVOa IU T TIlE NEWTSLEADERL 8 lfti J L m Brave Woman Assistant State Fire Marshal Walter Terhune arrived home Mpttday from t trip tq Bracken county liwhere he wentifto luves tigiite thtf burning ot theseyeral Dwellings at Aueusta and foun- dhatthe fife started by accident He says that the state of affairs in Bracken county is fearful and about4sictv of Got Willsbns soldiers are scouring the county continuously i He says that people are afraid to open tn ir mouths that recently a party went to amans house to whip him and wen the nightriders seized their victim his wife jerk ed the mask from the face of ue of them who proved to bis their nearest neighbor but thai went along and gave the man ogging anyway Mr Terbune was toldl by a prominent citizen of Augusta that six or seven known to be nightriders could be pointed out on the street at any time but that the officers did not seem to care to molest them is a matis Jife is- otsafe if he opens hismduth- Last Tuesday in aletterto the de1nQqncedde1 in neglectingt to perform their duty to the people in regard to these outrages However the County Judge and County At torney cameback atthe G ver nor giving nim as good as he sent claiming to have done all intheir power to suppress the disorder which they claim is not near as bad as painted Harrodsburg Ferald Best the Words Words Itgives me unbounded pleasure to cecommend Bucklens Arnica abe says J WL Jenkins of Chapel Hill tlalvethetl fails to heal W TY sore burn or wound to which itised 25c Bargains in Brood Sows Owing to the fact that I need o make room for some recent purchases of brood sows I Will ffer fgrf sale from my jierdof Dnrocs a few proved and tried ews safe with pig These I Will sell at fanners prices These sows are registered ana pre good individuals and will be sold cheap and oa easy terms I iU have a few choice young boars for sale J E SHELBY Route 1 Springfield KYl FOR HORSESTEAUNG J L Tildentlaikarrestei by DeI tectiye on the Charof Horse Stealing ilden Clark who lives jn the Peep Greek neighborhood WHS ctiveiGl Dick Istiam on lust Priday pn a warrant from Marion county charging him with the crime of horse stealing The prisoner was taken to Lebanon and willj have his examining trial at that place today a1membertheiyesi which operated iqujte ex- te risi vely m Mercer Marion anid- Wjasblngton countie a year or so 4go Tie offense for which the prisoner was arrested was for stealing a horse from a Marion county citizen some six months ago At the time m ntionedvtwo horses which had been stolen were sofa at Stan foi d one Proed tojbe the property of aLincoln county farmer and the other was the missing Marion county 1 omtt 3et I 3eftoford It was while Gabhard was in custody thatt Olack wrote him a note which provQd the J Jl1into11containedevidence against the writer who cautioned Gabhard against talk way1DClark and with the assistance of Deputy Isharn maae the arrest l state Other members of ltjhe gang who are usp ctadarl aVfield Divine now serving a sentence in the penitefltiaryor- hghwn robbery Neb Clark a brother of Tijdeu Clark who is thought to have enflstediti the iregulararmy and a man by the name of Hungaie It wfll be remembered tbat about tWo years ago a horse bo1 longing to Mrs Mary L Durrett near Springfield waS stolen and afterwards found hear Harrods burg The Clarks were suspe ted of that offene at the time but therex was never enough evidence to justify an arrest lOtE1SDONUAR TCures Colds Prevents Pneumonia There ilepU1els We lamemb r seeing 6ncS upoti a timeya statement pub in the Lpuisvi il1 e jCouiiei which was rsigned by isjed yery respectable people that since lour option went into effect at Lebanon a drunken man was scarcely ever seen on our streets It is true that druuleninen can be SeE- mjuponoH streets most any day and especially on tlS true that four jmen were ten in one bunch last Friday and could have been s enbv any one1 buta cr- vmaniit is true that on Tuesday afternoon of this week one cguld have been seenwas seendust across from The Leaded office sitting in a chair na drunken sleep Who putuip the job you ask Why2 thisisi a dry town only to local option dosesof a quavt to a gallon Local option puYiip the job You bad a wellask who killed cock rbbin Lebanon Leader j August time tells on the nerves But that spiritless no ambition feel ingf can be eaJr aud qufckly altered by takihff whatx is known by druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Rdstora tive Within 48 hours after beginning 1to use the RestoraUvci improvement will be noticed Of course full health lwill not immediately return The gain however will surely follow Ana best Of U1I youw1h1ealizd afld feel your strenffth rand ambition as it is returning Outside iinfluences dl- 11retistirst tho inside nexves then the stomach Heart and Kidrtcys vvilt usually fall Strengthen these fart i RestorLIDrug Store SnagBipf Gslmon In AliI a 1wnr lu1thCl nW L4nt rI- vflst11ngbIntd nikL T1i4 lilttiPrInn WHlkeil nloiJK ihf IwiHfc carrying on ikik the oud of xyhicb was a JmrWodP steel hook Tossing tire end of tlxj pole intlr the stminv Jii turwriV It so thstt tho elbow rtwtijl fftn tlu Bottom Tlwii he gently drtW lift palj tHick forth awl wliiiv ti4v t Ufn rtsfi rtfce tlw ifhart hr kitw tJttttqlJI1llinc wne prtftr nblyfpJKIIK ovrthepoIf Iw I1f Ita ijtfiik Jerk droyo the wKtk uto the tlehssWu aMtik4uted it prrpn the oonk rhls Isv4Ijt1 tlIti4iiIg ntjtILl r et and Stream Went H Out A rnt12httiii pKlrof simps for 18 zud tittii1s th 4 Iuuiitr 1 ion dollar bill The sliwoittKkcr yww tto jsrtw r tic t doorttte the ItH hiiHitiHl nHtl then gives lil tni tnincr 7 vwR re After the hitter Its jiono liw Vrftbf rtishes in fwd dcrtHrM Ihrt the ti n dollar lj5 was couUtrrftfK Tlx ghoenwkerjjivos him fivt gudi f doUnr bills two dnSliir bill W 3i t chnhjv for It Flow much tilts ttu t shorrankor iCSf fOR CONGRESS rShort Sketch of Dr David W1 Idk th Republican Congressional i Npniinee for the Fourth District Wecpumishl herelviiHi a likens of r David ji Wv Gaddie Hpis thai nominee 4f the repub icanp rty for rerseiitative in Congrtss for the Fourth Con gressional district Dr Gaddiei was born on a ftrm in Taylor icountyw Kyf May 23 1862 Vbera he lived and workeduntil he w4 about twen r rearra common schbol education in the cbmmunjtyj irV winch they lived The doctor studied jnedii cine earjy in life and grad uat ed from the University oMjouis Wile in ia i DH 1AYIDItV GADDIE xla has iiyejin HodgenVflle fojj adour tbiitenyears where j rj i1fL actiyelyjvangagetl in his profession In jirrdition to his professional dutiessJle takes a keen nterest in things political hd iis an ardent believer that the piosperit q our country ontinub1tinpoJicies1Hi various counties oL the district duVm the coming campaign and as the Fourth district gave in 1OQ7a Democratic majority of only 127 votes he believes that his changes of eJqpton are good TKe doctor is 46 yearS did in thd prime pC hoalth and fife and if ariaggressive gbter The Kentucky Medicall Jour nal whoso editor is DrAPi McComack a strong DeJmbcratj contained the following ppmpli meritary nice oJf Xlr Gadcfe ItAays 1Iii an especial pleasure to chTonicle the relcognitior of one of our protes ion s strong men iif the nomination of David JW Gadaie of Hocfgenville Us tile Republican carididate for Congress n the Fourth District Dr Gadclie isa graduate of the Medical Department of the Ur vefsity of Louisville Cla ss of 84 UQvwas for many years a prominent practitioner in Tay lor County but has beetrin La Rile sinc 39Q2 Dr G1 ddie is ohe of the brstkn Vnp1ysi fans inthe State Since his graduation he has been a cdustant at j1andi 1i nent pait both jin its scientific and econ mic dehbrahs While Dr Gddie is a candidate 1in a strong Democratic distritV and his opppnpnt iis one Jf the stJ ongest men in the Sftite V a is pleasure for this JyurnaVas the organ of thij profession not only to record this 4omination- as va timely recognition of this bet typed f our citizenship buT to cdpimejicl Dr Gaddie as mn worthy rfUmy honor aftthe gitofthople t P Gaddie annoOnces that lie pill make air active C4invass of the district and qxpocta t Iake speeches in alt of the couitien The voters of Washington counr ty wiil be given a huiictoI mret him as heexpeot 10 makf a canvass of this county between now and the eJectjqn in I orem bee i1A v Why James eifiot Weh Everybody iuKanesvlUe Oi knew Mrs MaryJJee of rural 1 S e writes flMylxusbag r0l1te81 j Ii ijrmly J believes he Owe jo the pe of Dv Jviq i rs Ne IJiscoveyy His lUngs wvere so seVerly affected that consumption seemed inevitabi when a triend recommended fNew Discovery We triedit and its use has restored him to perfect health PI Dr Kings NewDiscovery Is the King of throat and lung remedies For coughs audxrolds 9s n0 equal Tjfej first dose gives relief Try it old underguaranteeat Haydon fcRbberbt sons ntg stoXe oOc and SlOO Tria bottle free 25 wardI rslct COl1 or thieves who stole irom rny place abut 200 chickens1 The theft was comraitoSi on the nights of July Slatt Auglst and Aug 2nd U Mrs J jiMartih r i p f + A LOst O Et Would Be- Joititstol ofw h Man H den ludicrous Finish Cpa reJiynn Qtf illS used to tell f ICtdfthbnnkeYr glamor finance wliond1 lit Flted neiriy n score of us to eat abltlri4ka lilt nail 8wait notions rEvery tXiiij lojeiy until the fifth course Tflie miter rOE bringing Inr what ap peared 6a tlje iiitiuu nsIrtngtie furtieo oLdLromtnbourwlthsptnftth7 ail iny favorite clujui Oo trlppetj nt the dour and spilled the potiKue anil KWHS on tilt carpet Tfie IiHtt teqUjjl to UK 6 Ct1 ion reiiediist- iR uxpecUrKgl the muter by saying gentJ ttothon iTis uiurjriy a loping linguae Ttj was about the cleverest play of Tffprds IlecrheZlrd I t Among the guests Was a Broadway mvlrant up from the gutter worth al at3QOOG6o and prpurt of his Tfy pabulary which was apt unlike lfS SlalapnOpV eoyinued Quarjes 6ev an19iswltgjvc n diflncr Hie rblkfiiMii ytoci with wHnt the ssvmfl suistw and as I hk- pIilt to learn afterward ho rhad idf p ililaservant to let fall tu piece 6f ro tJbler oirtiuv floor The vjriAnt fafHifylly perfrirmed his part Down jytMit sptpndld5 first cut weljrhirtjt about uftfeK piwuds doIicioi- sjtIeefipatiPTnI everywhere We hit SotneopcnIelflfcrfiped thISVOtll1 bts witty host Vtls only a Tni tis Jlngtaen NLy YeL Itexs A Great vyiyW Mr WilHnm Miles Iptttfycrger of Rochester cathedral anti the original lof Mtv Topi Id Edwln prood wa a gfcat f1rttIththe late 0ean pote Gn one nUnlrsaryotie crt jjer blrtttey tfter pleasant greet no tb cci1n Iad t How rnaiifrUdflili l1tl 1rziotbj r1haver Oh II am thV eldest of twelver P 1d 31r MU Si11 f 4 l hon W tStveanlal deA n yot a r 1mW6nl tbrother- iOfefyes did1 ausweied Mlesv f Whitl Wifh Aj o mfle- s3o1irstfd between tht4htfl cballluglyc QUitei Modest jYou took tytaiijers from both hus briiaft Rnd Tlfe Irtthla divorce case snJOt the cpifrtsoverely J pnr honor sjjlj5 the accused at tbrney let me explain vas first refalned by the many Improprey In that Then conscious stbtt the husband hn T secured legal talent of snch high order rtecmcd It Inir t atthe w4fo- filioujd have nhequnFsh tKnn5lS city ibopk 0 IfHer Stepi t4IIoW do you js f tong with the pcnsowen MandeVr JVell expect them all tolefoptJ But I dont let thcnisnspect wba expect so1rth never disaQpbJntejdv and neltlfcr are tbcyu cievelSnJd Leadtfr WR Ward ofDyei8Jnr t Tenn writes Tliisi tqcertlfy that Ibave used Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup tor chronic cnstipatidriy and it has Woven Without a dnubt4b Jo a thorough practical remedy fpjr thli trotble1an it is wit1ipeasure I offer my conscientious reference Sold ay the ltnd Cross Dragrptore 4Iv t JJ t 4SUJ3CRPON 7 Lic L oriIi ji For Good iLxJi JJ Possibly ban tr featureof the Coinj tM PiIi- agi bethGood aYti6wJuli T f r is caUei topej it c he livestock R VI1QltOitl ulair Gfdnd r8peaib 1i t The movement foroo4 rds 1 Jts glveua great J jetDrthe convention at JJ jjenJJlyc It dshfl dfi4ed W give the WdHt r dMhiap 1 organiz ngJo Stt r atd this will pe ejTeeiAse i2 meeting net month rte f 4 Pjtgnnto provide If nt twj highways thai will be s credit io her developing sizterPris aM prosperity li3 findingl man iri herents JIIm bii rIlprp9sr lion jSIn addition lo ie work of f tgawizfatiojii aemnatraiioftkof road making wilibe givta aiwl the occasion will provide scfcoeJ i6f methods for visitors floIR Jl tover the Ccimman edtiKl Sphi Jtppe s that those who fitti ri 7 t a sebnhiflc anl ILpptdSpans of readl ctiustrBcU will It 411 carry backothejrownIocslf4 f the iinformation thus cftsi 4aQd4 t i thE b tterisyteai kir f 1t i n s jmput IJ till It C courts throughput KT i r Jurltake u Dthi jzit4r it Lseje that they are repnj e tidjkfr rm cohyiitlOfl Tbtprr- pogiths or 9l irvi aridciiterprii in tir lOJDntiUJjty 111lba g rttFed by its oiiSekJt a c Portutlity = Tficonvrnfion derive tML gQeatir importaxjit fro Ue J tact that ati the Nov i W eIirtionl n propostd o1J i amendment will IIqthis voters prp5diBrj for Ssjraid ih tile builthrig pf 1 trpJonstitutioIiJot ll the m fl rorogressive States U tt atd JCentucky tsi 6ehi4t L 3 times in not being fre tiifee Ut ftiis a sirableoth thershould be carriednj tlvanhony create the semiaientnt its far f ti J Herald LNo one is imtnMe jfr kiey 1 trouble t sojiist rebr 1Iat legi Kidney Reect r rnL Mi bjv m gutarltes aiil cure aaosju s kidney or bladder tzow tIM iI i tbeyond reach ofedeiii Hayllo Robetai j t 4 3 rf yfM l 1 fli y t t Ir 2s r fa iI JI f q f i OFbPERSON7LVL FROPERTY if i- iE je To close our partnershipi we will sell to the highest bidder beginning proflnptlyfai 10 oclock amj Ifft c t TUESDAYI SPTEMaBER- T f 1 r I9O8Ifiiftlr tTiIi Efr i i ac f i 1 f f pnII H Thurmans rum at Springfield KyThefolflowing f y f E tJ YI EIFTEEN MULES lr 1 lncludirig t tJ p rfV t i t HEAD OFI WORK 1 It I 12I a pair16 II = 4 hand 2 year old mare mules and a yearliigr horse mule good enougltogo totthe Statet air1j- i tsplendid lot of BOOD MARE COLTS iud FILLIES including one very fine Mate hi foal to grpnt saddle horse Boutbon King three head of gitredaddIe Mares 3t iws mid one Registered baddI Colt b I vd Out y Qf a mare by Joel 2nd dim by hester D ue 1i ten head of registered Angus females and the young Bulls the females are K Prides Ptides Ruth and one oftbQ bulls md eery on IS a Trcjan Erica and tJfS tb l1 bItbreeding lD the world than these cows and but s and every one IS a choICe mdtVl idual a fesy head of good Jersey Cows bne good 15 morthttck Colt four flue Jennes we in foci to Richard Durhams jine J ck ani two ol W o DrrMcChord50 gooji ewes 100 stoctf Hogs one hundred tonsof good clover and tim thy hay fainhbg impleinbnts or all sorts most of them practicaliy nqr i 1 J 4 I his will be qn ABSOLUTE Sale anciive Guarantee bat there flallbJi rflJl19fJl 7 t nor by=bidding of any sort r r t r i 1 t tc a JDHRMS ijfi iitn cashsumsover 1120 note with good security due in six monthsini retfrom date Terrri t s i IIi1l q JI I ir tY IS removed Auctioneers T D ENGLISH and S NI CAMPBELL 1 f i v I u j = plrPe il 7 tlt J h rt r Iid + LUNCH ON THE ROUNDft r e c r i J 1 t 4 i 1 e 1 q BROWN 4 THURMAN i 7 iG r f rJlfNfWSoltADfR oft vaUv 1MflPiLDxY L LIAVION Jr JIr 1 i iTAUGD TM J FCigiiu We are PAstborIaM tor2RHce Jt H rcx JOT RSM a MHflate Iorrkthii U Congrefro ii 4tM uartk pMcr Me a District c4ss NtH actIon of the rVMk Mrty Wf ETC authotteed t aaacce Df f DA ID W OADDtC M i caadWate itm rtiSi ltof jMicML ticket lot Cop xish tW f1i icrt e hmal dtotrict I JIOR SHERIFF W are aahdied to axaotmce AO Jtb MUl M a candidate for the nomi t fctkw tiff Sheriff of Whltoacwirtjr bject to the actkm of the Piaucr Uc iLrtY D puti Richard ttt1IaiiI D Campbell Will IfefrktSMder and HubertVirgil Wewre authoriied to S i Aadenwit u a candidate for Sheriff of Waifcuvtoa county subject to the actkm M the Democratic party Deputies X K Eddleaiafl Sam Hale Gesrge PoW ll adByron Croake i A BIG SCCESS i WMlUaItOJlCoUntyFa i wsneoftheButi 1c J BgtEvr orJlixth t1lWaI- 1i Ifo ty fafr bih WI- JMlUeort week ill go dQWI 1 hirtory as one of the 1I1t 4 iwxMtl exhibit ions The ex kibit ot farm productsknd of liioiafbDdiwork in Floralta1l olh ffritday was the largest aadbese n for years Every I ring broaffat ot strong compe rtiUo awl not only were thE a l fllshtfllct the horse ringsl l rg bU1sboof bogs cattle sbtep mulesl and j tcks Were exceptK ally fin and boght ofct soee tiDe specimens Tht weather throughout the fair was idtal Knd the crowds it tfr good each day that of th 1i la tday ting about the lurgest ever seNt the fair grounds liTotwittwUnding the fact that Efpriagfttld rair date conflicted with the Blue Grass Fair att 4flxiigtoe and also with lthe Perryvl111ai there was a good show of horses representatives Iroffl some of the heat stables in 3bt State We publish below tblpremiumsintJI I FmT DAY MARE FP GENERAL PURPOSES iUr 4 ye rioid api over I H 4Tras ssJ J G HoweJI 1st D L Moore 3d I Jftre yerokl ami under four C Co Brewer lt W H Rush 2d Wore 2Yearold and under three D L ore Ik A B Raaidall 2d 4Mare oIe year Old and under twp I H 1t1zt haL Blanton 2d 4 Jl rel1ftdel one year old Robfc tucae 14T J Yowill 2d JIUGGY CELDINGS Bet pair Utaffj Geldingg Brewer Baker 1st C C Brewer and Will sspitkia AIF ROADBTKR RING BMtitrJt Sttllwn L D Baker tht ehML id fo SECOND DAYS I 1i BOGS BAt iBerkalwre Boar one year old and over Orange Frye 1st 4 Beat Berkshire Boar underone yer oHOAgeErye 1st and 2d T Beat Berkshire Sow over one year r HI OraPry liti et Berkshire Sow under one year djOrssge rye litznd 2cI IHJKOC JERSEYS J Beet Boir over one year oklJ fi Sh1y ltTBe tBear1inderone year old 43 S Mtyec Jr lfc- BeotSow Under one year old J E Shelbyl lit d2d Jet Sew voder one year old PM Howard bik 3 Mayes 2d JwlotrJes than 6 JHfS any i l1oreedJ E Shelby 1I Best Herd one male three females any breed owned by one person Orange Fry 1st J E Shelby 2d SWEEPSTAKES i Beat Boat yaeariy breed OVaafe JVye stJ E Shelby 2d pest Sot any age any breed 4 OraiseFi7e1tan42L f vv SMiEEK t i rckover one yeai old J W ro WrJt G P Fisher 2d p BoydirvkieBtEweayersie year aWGW 5Mr7aat W s Gibte 2d vBee4rEw Mlfce e Jer1W G W Ji f FOliII lit ra T rv4N1 ISW5MTAK5L I t1htelrA 1G W Foiter 1tGPFielweId Beat kwe iay epG W Foster 1t GP f ai tTTWNOUT 1at11IoK tUMCRi te dt ven by a f by 1wiyJ- t t 1CC 1t eIiss Lseigld f UK a Tt 4a bysil 11 vs ok L T MIIIgIy- w 1- tt MSt n- jtl G L iP ThcJir Iii flid ever B b LUCM litjtsom Bro 23 Stallion Syeawrold and tinder fjouf OHM BJmnton Ut A B RaMdellf Jdv WIieri gr Gi1 ia 2yHrtold3alt- I1tIsr u A iI RaMcieU 1st JAeX ts1e year ed and under wo ohM BeiMH lit H Wl Brewa 2 StelXon Mn4er one year eM I urn pkrirft Mihofl lit WG Grundy 2d SABOtE GELDINGS f sBeet Saddle Gelding 4yearirpld and ver A L RaMdell l tC C Brewer i BeBtSa dleGeldinjc 3yearsold and WMler four W1T Smith 1st S C lUdtJD 2cL NEW YORK SADDLE CLASS NSsd4Mre Stallkm or Gelding owned iaWashinfirton county LID lk Xst Bohon Lu aw 2d Best Saddle Mare or Gelding J C CHIc 1st Robarda Mitchell 2d ROADSTER JUNG Beat Roadster JTaref or Gelding Ro Bards k MitcbeflJstFrnkpeteth1 2d THIRD DAY JIEEP CATTLE ANY BREED Bull 2yearaold and overO A W jJs11jj Haydondj Bull J nder one year W S4pibbs it C R Harmon 2d li cows Cow 2yeanptd and over 0 A Wiltaon lit and 2d COw one year old and undergo C A Wiltaon 1st I Cowu 3erone year old C AWi1l SOS istandSd x SWEEPSTAKES Bull afay ajfe Brown Thurman 1stCAWjjsoa2d 1stan4J1 Best Herd Beef Cattle owned one person 1 male and 5 females C A Wilbob 1st W S Gibbs2d Cow onfe JsRsiycows year old and over GD oo1stH M ONan 2nd S W Williams 3rd J A Wallace 4th BABY SHOW Handsomest girl tyunder one year old Lucille Robertson Istji Mary Co lette Blanford 2nd SADDLE STALLIONS Stallion 8 years oW and over leon Bros 1st Scadden Sandidge 2nd j 8IredbtlChestnut Is Yandell Grundy 2nd S P Thompson 1st WH Rush 2nd4 HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES Mre 4 years old andover J C Cook l8tiBohon Lucas 2nd Mare 3yeMrsokaidunder4 LD Baker 1st C C Brewer 2nd Mare 2 years eld and under 3 Chas Dunn 1st born Bros 2nd Mare 1 year old and under 2 Bohon Lucas lat Chas Blanton 2nd Mare under 1 year old Sj P Thompson lst 5fandeli Grundy 2pdr- HARNESS GELDINGs GfeHing 4 years and over L D Baker 1st JRoBards Mitchell 2nd G 1ding 3 years old and Binder 4 W T Smith 1stj G W Glazebrook 2nd Best celt sired by Red Bird J W Tucker 1st L H Thurman 2nd ROCKAWAYvRING Best msje Or gelding Scadden h Sandidffe 1st RoBards Mitchell 2nd ARE AND COLT Best and colt foal of 1908 S marr P Thompson 1st Humphrey Milton 2nd COMBINED RING Bestistallibn mare or gelding ohon Lucas 1st Scaddepindidge2nd- BA Han fIf FOURIflA JjCKST J Jack 3 years old and oveW W jStcElroy premiumIJack 2 years old and under 3j Loves Buby 1st J B Gooapa turee2nd Jack 1 year old and under 2 W W McEIroy premium sack under fl year old W W Mc Elroy 1st MA Mackin 2nd Jennett 2 years old and Over W SIGibbs 1st W W McElroy 2nd Jennett year pld and under 2 Chas Blanton premium Jennettupder 1 year QldtJ B Goon pasture premium f SWEEPSTAKES Jack any age Loye Ruby lstJ B Goodpasture 2nd Jennett any cge J Goodpasture 2tLiit L IHorHorse mule one year old arid under 2 Brown Thurman 1st Frank OrkieSv 2nd Mare mule 2 years old andover drOwn Lhurman 1st J BGood 1paStute2ndil I year W SimlnsJ 1st W C Arnold 2nd Mare mule under 1 year oldC A Wilson 1st J HMuir 2nd- SWEEPSTAKES Horse mule any age Brown Thur man 1st J L Parrott 2nd Mare mule any age Brown Thur man 1stc A Wilson 2nd 1 Mare and mule colt C A Wilson premium 1Best pair mules either sex Brown Thurman 1st J IL Parrott 2nd Handsomest boy baby under 1 year old J A Sharp 1st lMrs Arthur N el2ndI SADDLE RING Best saddle stallion mare or gelding Scadden Sandidge let Bohon Lucas 2nd Isom Bros 3rd HARNESS PURPOSES r Stallion 4 years old and over Ro Bards Mitchell premium Smlion 3 years old and under 4 Scadden Sandidge let RoBards Mltchell2nd Stallion or gelding 2 years old and under Scadden Sandidge 1st Bo hon Lucas 2ndIStallion 1 year Old and under 2 Chas Bohon 1st Scadden Sandidge 2nd Stallion under 1 year olJ3 W G Grundy 1st Humphrey Mjlton 2nd Best stallion and three or more of his get Bohon J1cas premium BEST TURNOUT Best turnout to bft driven by g ptle man accompanied by lady M G Weisiger let Baker Brewer 2nd JPONY RING Best pair Shetland mares geldings or stallions shown by halter Frank Peters 1st Mare A j prEDiumjjn Dunn i Best stallion mare or gelding Ro Bards Mitchell lst i C James 2nd L D Baker 3rd- SADDLE RING Mare three years or over Bohon Lucas IstT Thom Bros 2nd DOUBLE TEAM i Best double team regardless ofage s X color or ownership MG Wpss gar 1st Baker Brcwer 2nd ll C James 3rd r e FAIR NOTES v The one judge system was racIItiqnJthe same ca icity last year dfeciated and thtre was very few kicks over hIS decisions We would suggest fiowever that it woudNbe much more satisfac tory uI around to have two judges to relieve one anotberas one man is called on to pass his judgment two or three times on on the same hor et The lid was on as far as the gambling mavhlries vrre con cerned but it is said that the bootitgger was quite busy on one or two davS Lnl videncus f ma worn WPJF TIIW5n tj tab Several pan drunlfs nd some not so plaid were landed in jail One of the most ottraQtiye horses atHhe Jair was Mr B B Leachmans grand stallion Chst winningIoff honOrs asa sire through his colts In the special ring of supUling colts by Chestnut Dare brought out a large namber of beauties and the ring for best stallion and three or more of his get he headed seven CEltS from sucklings to four yearold of es tine a rot as one often sees together Mr Bohon Lucas the local horse traiueil was quite success ful In the ring He is handing Leacbnruns Chestnut Dare this year Mr John G Howells fine fouryearold and several oherst He is taking in the Lawrence burgfair this week Storms Military Band of Lexington dispensed the music and the quality was good throughput One of thesideshow attrac tions was Tony the Alliglator Boy who is tenyearold boy with scales all over his body similar to the scales of an alligator The boy was born in Texas and is quite i curiosity Oue of the finest pieces of horse flesh l tp fair was a high stepping mare belonging tc flotichins Bros and shown by Cook This mare won in every ring in which she entered How toAvoid Apoendlcits Most victims of appendicitis ar those who are habituallyconstipated fcoleys Orlna Laxative urea chroni constipation by stimulating the live and bowels and rcstors the hatura action ofNihe boSvela foleys Orih Laxativ does hot nauseate or grip takJRobertson fI l rI ISt ome toLuisville to r fi 1it t 1 Septemjt j J1E prevail on aflVailroadp J vt it 1 ti OUBSTAREslF I V f v is yours whilo youre in the city and we rant you to t1 s 7 jnake ocks your lieavlq arters with us tJcre prrKl of O irItr timVpipeople Wtlvhington rountv tob cpme better wqualnted I I iIr i whb K ntuckys Greo testFurniture Hpuse Vn wont II press bnsulij5 on uIhot if ou r ialtutKbtf df sse show rthilmnst rornplet line of t Furniturett- i Carpets Stoves Mattings r Rugs Linoleumsi and race Curtains i C III i I4VI I 2 tPonHrget the name and numbersl 1 BEiGHTPREPAIiD0N ALL PURCHASES 41II 8 I 41 1 i eefII 1 i i I y Louisville My L I i ttl 1 ts f f Pt tjI te4 0 tilt JIi i a KIRKLAND 14 I Mr Roy Robinson happened tp a serious accident on last Sunday evening IJe and Tomy Shelton were running their horses at full sp ed and in making a turn in the Toad hs horse could riot turn and ran against a tree with his head striking first It knocked him from his horse bout fifteen fetf Mr RoscOe Cornish and Neil Batterley were the first to him his head WAS bent ba k under his shoulders and the bioo- dwairunningout his mouth and ears Dr Adams was called and said he skull was iiot bitk en He iis doing nicely at this Vri ugrMiss Dora Brow was in Spriu field last week visjl ing relatives and attending the fair I thelSIckMr W a Satterleyis suffer iing this week from a spider bite Rev Jack Sims istearryfng onL a protracted meetinsT at the Ruihford schoolhouse Began last Sunday with a 1argecrod and still lave good attendance Mr David Goodlett got badly hurtonlast Tuesday while ri ing frotn thestore of Robinson Brown his horse became un manageable and began to run while he was at His flight acaU in crossing the road in front of him threw the horse arid Good Iett under it They called a docter to dress the wounds v It was necessary for the docter to call three times that day He is vetting alngfine at this writing Mr G N RobInson Bought a fine calf from Mrtress Cole price 1350 Mr X A Sea bad a nice young mare to stiffle herself Thursday Mr Afr ButnelT while driv ing MifS Hannah Drury tol church on last Sunday broke his buggy dowiij Miss Hannah assisting him to get the OUpY offvcf the road then they bid each other rood bye and went their way rejoicing Many people of thisplace are attending the protracted meet lug held at Bethel by Rev Davis of Union county MrHirve Barnett of Willis burg cinTe out Saturday for a fishing trip with the Kirkland peploWillis garnish and Ear Barnett have bought them a nice rubber tire buggy apiece and IIthey will take a flying trip to Mr John Yeagers on next Sunday evening Many people of this place at tended county court at Law renceburg Monday Mr Wilhe Nichols died at his home near Tablow Merce c JUD 1tyon last Friday evening at 5 P M with thati fatal desease consdmpiion Helingeted for a long time but said he was not afraid to meet hisS v or hft had been a church member four years and had lived la true chris tanr life He was survived by his wife and bady ahd three sis tars and lone brother The re mains were Iaidcto rest iIn tlitt Bethel cemetery there to aj ait his starry crown We exterd to the ber aved onsthe heart felt sympathy WhY Kennedys Laxative Cnogh IS is especially lecormpendea for gordfqrbcause ft tastes nearly s good as prniciplcdrftjes Jgentie natural 1 yet copious action of thebowels SolS Rtd gStorei t Fair Vew Mr FrankParks tfV1MhrlMr Levi Ruby of Fairfield atterideJ the Sprinstiild twit ddahterat Woodlawr this week L D Carney vand family at UnionInthehomevisitjngl enson Florence and Ida Cheatham visited their sister Mrs Note Ciitsiuger Saturday andS onday Served aa coffee then coffee sub itttute known to grocers everywhere iS Dr Shoops Health Coffee will tick even a coffee expert Not a grain of real coffeeln It either Pure lieathful toasted grains matt nutsietc have been so cleverly blended as to give a wonderfully satisfying coffee taste and flavor Arid lif is made in IT20toi Shader C rf I Lili L iiii UhiveIIU I InamelyEniDeefUl EhctTCI Eneerng Mining Engin eri I Law whachextendsand a Department a Bchlorsdern also a Prepirtr4 4thel fOrworkinad a degrtein this subject w1si COIJIIt pleted The Acapemy for preparatory instrucljo w retainedConnty appointees receive free tuition ptivilege ofJe6ide11ciRi tM dritories Eve L1d light travelmg expenses iJ they r mam tea COnCUtiY mestIa I adxiodernr one 3helaboratoijeg colle late yeaxo andmuseum t e IIw ICongressIi WM Pat1I I I for physical culture at 30O per week All courses of study in tIM tIII open the to women on Identical conditiops WIth thoseappying 1l t t dcal E hi I dspstswhichmatnculatesFor infcnaticd r I pf study arid term of afdmission applyfto1 fi IIcouises JAMESK PArTERSO Ph DjL L DPresitnjor to DC FRAZEE Business AgentF II y irai ffeprn Begins pf10 1008 1 I 7Ti1iii Tiil A GERMA1 SATIRE iThe Forgotten Life and the 8a9 Fat a tJfThacxperlmenWnl of scI nc sometimes furnish uuus nut to thOS who are not particularly interested Ii the tlowlUlnull rind apparently in slgnlllttint lnvestlKatIonsuy means which Itaportnut physical facts nh- learned It Is Interesting to know tha It we cut off thetuIIs of forty sue theirbhthgeneration will be born without a tail But when tlJe man of stienc was engaged In cutting oft the baby mlcci tails all the world laughed tit him The slow experiments to test the pbs sibillty that by decrees an animal may change Its habitat a land animal tak ling to water ami so on were thus amusingly satirized in Germany J Some time ago lierr Professor Schllt- zer the tlllne biologist who is mak lug experiments relative to the changes of habitat made py animals captured a live herring He took thejflsh home and laiit it In ja large yattjf salt wa ter Every motaiiliijj the professor dip teaspoonfulIequal amount of fresh Water The herring survived and passed hk days apparently In the host ot spirits In thecourse of time the water lath tank was rendarud completely fresh Not a grain of salt was left in it Am still the herring remained cheerfull an l In good hvalth Next the herr pro fessor began to dcprivcthe fish by little of the fresh water elemen In which hcjlred In this also ho war successful and after a time theherrin gamboled around in a perfectly drj tank The herr professor next put tho flsl IQn birdcage and t intelligent creature continued 1to thrive But otfe da the herr professor noticed that qomp thing seemed to be thS matter with his pet lIe iad fprgottcn to give It anything to drink Thereupon he put n dish of water In the cage The next morning when the hcjir professor pnme to look at his fish a mulaiuholy slghF wet bls gaze The herring had fallen head first Into the dish of wafer and had been drowned Harpers VeekIyl THE MN KILLING CAMEL i =A Turks Consideration For th Brutes Future Owner Therejjjad couu with us from Uebro a Turkish soldier rl nigayuuii tanit whose virtues lit boisUd uad1 IpdiH exhibited Oidtjia iiub t JIiu strh and the docility uf lilt bust 1tttlCl- lcdu worthy curu n iMjiIrTof exee lent htiiiior suty drcbttIIMfttJ proiul aujj It ww much niyitwl l y the wn Attniht as the nnlU Is the ran vul used to KiiHpliig Inse to ulsi beas the xviuils lielugdnK hut Uti v I11tU tltii whllt tOt niuiit vre unloadlu- ttud the eyo was runs Iuj his tile b telhercd lit Ijunrl rnij his saddle hij twild stud wjttrt ojto tbp uttid tin tLI Ics iti liooiol w1J ttit Ewptij liiitiir ttsifud wits pi em t aarji dby tOe ciMtUH otery and Irbiin vsUUiMitiLnt in nuiip th docll cauiel xyasTielously trampling nlimh tcrs Kadill iiiiildy believing that li wk engaged In h1dmUNhrtt murder n avage ullc1drClI rul attllckII r arlu- d1 heavy lltunJol Whatl ejaculated1 the IurU Whet be was Infonued of thts Ilirve I cher man klllerV Tin camel wnshelrt ly 1IclteU nut reduced to his kneed whereupon hit doubled fore leg Wits flud so that hi could rise but with difficulty and WP wltl1trewto observe his behavior fo tile muster was notyit cuuvlnced flat he tlld a persistent silent effort and cautiously approached the saddle which he attacked ns savagely as before but now with one hoot have had u narrow escape said the Turk My caifoll would bat killed me ttonight By God and Mo brtmmed the prophet of God be sWore will sell the beast in the bazaar at BCersheba I inquired concerning the future pwuv ers prospect of lipng life cJHe is In Gods hhndswns tho an pers1Mngnzlne j iUVltour = li ji 1111tt 1AR SHULTZ J W RIEDEL 1 I SHDLK 4 RIDEL Ii Plummers Tinners and Dealers iin 1 1 ll Hardware Staves ami JinWarB Iie verylsdegi ToDla arid hayea JvarIety 11 tht 1 getr f6ql Hpisics 4CI havethe gardiLPlor aariwt t LJI 1dreoreoc 1 which we will sell atpiirtorpw S I1 Agents for the celebrated t 4 PEW CTlqNrIr STQYfff Garden Hoes Lawn tyvwinf J IIRefrigerators WateCo It ofP1urnbinnd iinWe niakea speciality Roofing Contracts t i rt uiu- I1 1k1NTITCJiTh1MO6LST Dfr EPi1415161 Sl94905S1XBIGDAY DAJLYA L 25OOOi INPREUNS BFRMND4kT11Ait4 DS fkrt is the place W yDvs sck iitttum ModIicbt to mist ysr khii aidtwith irvformitKMi Shtw tvtry day wte or IK Mr M WO0to Lfvc S6cdPaYiliOn fit OM f IIi JtMrtv o t miHiontto visit this yurs Fair T j LOW RAILROAD RATES ItIwr rp bIs r 1f flasS I W NEWMAN Scrry LOaVPPVt l Rheumatism I haw found s tried MJ eskl cwt for XbM- teatiml Nota tomedy that will IIftI1 udistorted Umbl of chronic eftHMI sor turn bony yroaths backk stn Stint k JmpOlltbM HUt I can mow MIreTul I UC psss 0- 1thldeplonble1Jt L lnGerinM itkSMthSchTVartnitadt I found tbf Jut tSdtSflI which Dr Shoop Zssdy wss perfected dpondsbie pts1 W1bot th tlAKtn i dl itI tte4 MM r towM many onies of RhOUMtII btaow M Sarin1 cures all ctuabi onus ot brl4OIS such drdeddttesse Thops wastes found taXhewMtfc Plood andpnNwsytxidecbctICSQ od freely s sur wbn aSSsd to whoa Tiis ld SiNs Jreclr MM from sps ZbeuatIi aeed lcuil IoftftrIlltlj tt0 fIU Md Dr Shoois Rhetnutic We handle the of o 1 iltime j Gaideri f takes t We best on the I i I C I I iMn 1 J Sbowonk 5o4 And then poni val to l 1lI l WOIIIEIEtt iE irevt ium Eam5nas Jus L= ran siy s aaiia ULt e1sLED Ros fTORIt Ifl Ib wt411c r SN l j AS i r 7 TN T 7 iii1Tl BURTON RSIDEUTDENTITITEETh NIrRouTPAIN map tMis 8PINOP1D zY AU J1 Work Stic- t1FfrI f hDR J JFy ftMI 04 c i rga r f 4 tTtt PflQMQftt j1 JIy41r1I 8 Jitlapton tD mctjr se- R4eC 38 a WJFJGRIGSBY tNfY r LAW n IeotI 1 hUt oermLD KY = == I v 9ft N W HYKfT U1s1JJ i SPKULpIKe- Q c oytR d Cross Dru 2 Jore ce hours Hyatt 1030t m to 12 m 4 to 5 pin SanltfBf 2 to 4 pm and all Jgbf t 7 JOHN I MAY C5 FFJERAi UlKtClOR ID UCFS FMBA1ME t 1ONEDA1L IQHT 74 1PIIINGPIFLD11 J Shelby r eedrotff Duroc Jersey 11os fiA J ttifcelfouni tars RFD1 Springfield Ky M Place To Stop r We iInvite opr JVashingtpn and Niajson county triends when IL Louis vUtejtnd Ilooking Ioia place tosdp td calf on us We aye several MiceyVris1ied R09JlS wihiciRire t will let fQr lodgers for r assbprV or long stay aUreason- ijteTates 1 Xfocate on tlw North westTcor nef of SeTenth and Market Sts Irvine Wimsatt John Ed len prick offWashington OR SlltingOeldCboice z Manutacturfid by ir j M JarboeCt- 4Wepay highest market price l rgrTn It youwlnt the Best LoUR ask your grocer for 0 KEITH Mi ALL 1WU KWI Aa yr 1ir wont work wbeo ate JI Ms t= = ulM8cliist or OR 11ir1ooJwon 1 K Tab hiss Pills XWy will iMiiTi the OATNn Mi ajie yrtobk All the OMMOB Mywr nA Mli ob3ei yield ZMiily te tMM SSTpiUfc M Mttt to 4 n SMtpki oa 2IDsCstOiiIyCMi HMte hr CUM E UWC ft MM MU ii Me For ki priteiL y Hayd4n Jfc Robertson i t4 IANOER f MiLL KMlIrncITNo U uLNYtNcEYsecsswIiao Wib lor a d IIIDa I bold biG p mbtrteoti i er Tiaiii TVTT1TTOWR i I Local Happenings oT == 71 Tht Frehtand Latest 1 J I AllAtotUjYt urfttirr FrltiHtf j and Acquahitailcts rriaicwMreljnagnternd family and M Alonzqj Borders and family moved to Lebanon Mon diy FOR WALE400 bushels Hal vest King seed wheat Pinkaton Hays R FotDNo ly Willis burg Kyr The annual fair hop given by jiie young nien of Sprixigfielqat the Opera House on last Fi iday- evehiflwastbentcestaffair of the kiriaeyfer given in Spring tied Therie were quite a large number ot visiting ladies and men present and the dancing floor presentedia brilliant appearance Excellent anisic was furnished by Storms orchestra of Lexington The finesti specimen of poach it has ever tjeen our pleasure to sample was presented to the editor by Mr John Li y Barber who besides beng a good busi ness man is a farmer a town farmer Toe peach weighed 13 ounces and was a perfect sped min of the variety known as the Stump of jhe W9rldIfanv txidv think be dimn beat this fruitlet hinv bring on his peach and thTedittr will jact as referee with pl asutei Attentioni is called to the big advertis 1ionthefirst page ofr this paper Oftbt live stock sale of ron Thurmau which is Jo take blatfe on Tuesday Septemter 1st Among the fine auihaals to be sold are a pair of d6J hat ds two year old mare mules ai d a yearling horse mult all of hICh took premiums at thfe Springfield fair last week ayoungj Angus bull which took premiunfs in class aid sweep stakes Besides a spl andid lot ofbrood mares colts in d fillies from tIle best breeding the state affords The sale of the Boaley farm took place as advertised on Tuesday and sold as follows The home tract containing 140 acres to Mr Irvine Adams at 165 per acre Mr Adams also buying an adjoining tract of 40 acres at 6535 The 125 acre trac known Sandusky fata sold to asjle at 455jD and the tract containing 56 acres ivas purchased bjy George Ola rk at 45 per acre Possession will be given Jan ary 1st Mr Fjeejce JBosleyawho lives at the old home place has ri idecided what he will do but it is to be hoped that he will continue to be a citizen of Wash ington county t Musical On Tues ay evening Septem oer 1st the peop pl Springfield will bE given the oportuiii- Cy of enjoying a musical and literary treat Miss Edith nub of Lebandn who ranks among the Best as a violinist will give a concert at thefSpring field Opera House She will bf assisted by Mrs Newton Craw ord pianist1 Miss Ola ifa Vou Pbue of Cincinnati reader will also appea and give a number of seectkns The tnterlain neat promises jbo be high class JJleV ry respect Reserved seats are cow pu sale ktt Red rosirDrusr Sfpnv LiTeachers Institute I The regular annual Institute or Wahigoh caU1ty teacher is beingMjeld at r the Grades School buildii gfcifs week Pro T T CjFoe T State College Lsxiiuiohl H instructor and an intivstlg program is ben b ICr r G1asst 1 andG1assesSome l w 1 tink that i they only wear Glasses Lit will almht with c S theirsEyqs There would bejusas much sense in 5p etcribingtbesame medi cine fp every disease F Wev ExaminationthiI t Cai Leave So Defect l LMdisceyred- c ClTB J ErsSE i t i CPC1 re TOPICS I fl carried put The attendance is almost perfect there being only one teacher pf the county re ported as aosent On Taiesday afternoon Prof Noe ga e allecture before the Institute4on Macbeth subject which he handled in a masterful manner and made quite iriterest ing r An open session of the Inti- tutewill be held at the Curt House on this jTharsday evening The program will consist of musical selections speeches etc H Children Fair On Saturday AUgust 29th the Wldrenillbave a fair at the fair grounds Exhrbits of stock farm products fancy work and cooking will be displayed All j exhibitors must ne under sixteen yearsof age Liberal pre miums will ba given for the best exhibitin its respective class Any boy or girlI under sixteen is eligible as an exhibitor Bring your net stock your fancy work specimens bl needlework and cjokervi For information ap ply t A K Shultz Secretary Springfield No Proposition In response to a call a large number of the stockholders the Washington County Tobacco Co met at the Court House hereon lat Monday afternoon for the purpose of taking some action towards lleasing the warehouse plant of the company for usejis a loose leaf market It was expected that there would oe two or three propositions rom parties who desired to lease the property submitted but for some unknown reason none of the partieswas represented and ntlYIhadhe had met both Mr Petty and Mr JBomar two of the men who had been negotiating hitbe matter and tliatthey both promised to be at the meeting but nothing had been heard from tnem MrvMcChord then made a speech in which he discouraged the idea of a loose leaf market IIlcniLII boardor company and ntirely independent ofthe State organi zation After some more talk along that line a motion was carried for the chairman to appoint a committee of ten tobacco growers five of which shall be poolers and five nonpoolers This committee iIs to formulate some plan for the handling pf the Was ington county crop inl the warehouse here and submit that plan to a future meeting of t the stockholders Death of Ray Smith Ray Smith 18 years old and- a son of the late Henry Smith and Mrs Victoria Smith died at the home of his mower on last Saturday nightafter a short ill ness of typhoid fever Fe was ii Springfield and apparently in good health only a week before he died and was desperate ly ill of typhoid from the stat t The deceased was an industri ous and worthy young man anti popular with everybody Ths death isi a particular sad one as it removes from a sphere of use fulness a young man just in the prime of young manhood and onawho was a great help and comfort Jo a widowed mother Tfte funeraltook ilate on Mon day morning at JSt Rose Death of Mrs Trainor Mrs IVlargcretTrainor widow of the late Hugh Trainer died Tuesday morning near town after a long illness of cancer Mrs v Tramor was 64 ears pf age and a fiative of Ireland having come to this country however when quite young Her husband Hugh Trahior Who died ifettfltt HI Teeth ex I 10outNo Barges when plates arewarited I I7bJ WORK toffice Is firstclass I in every respect and just as ad J 2W ve tlsedii fJIfJJ j about ten years ago served through the civil war in the regiment with Maj J L Wharton Mrs Trainor was a kindly j bo1licSheof her daughterare nuns and son Jives in Illinois Mrs PhilaII lip McConnell and Miss Lizzie EdiTrainori Springfield The funeral took place on yesterday morning at St Dominic church Mules Wanted BG Pox will be in Spring field ou Mondays August 24 county court day to buy ICO mule colis and yealings p-iER80 t Mr and Mrs Rare Thompsou pf New Orleans La are visiting Mr and Thompsons father R Douglas Thompson Miss Lola Thone of Tpdiank polis and Master Hennessey Baisch of Louisville are spend ing the week with Catharine and Sammie Thompson ofiLonisvilleisspendmg cation with her father and mother Mr aud Mrs Douglas Thompson MrT S Wright of West Point was here to take in the fair one day Im wasIml headquarters at Covmgton was here last week Mr Leslie Van Arsdale of Indianapolis visited relatives here last week NJr and Mrs Louis VanArs dale of Harrodsburg visited re latives and attended the fair herelast week Mrs C C McChord and daughter Miss Margaretand MiSS Maro Pruitt Stucky return ed to Louisvill ftfbiiday after spending v week here TRev R E C Lawsocr is at Hjsustonville conducting a meet inK Mr Vjncent Kuhn left yesterday for Nashville Tenn aftdr visiting relatives tiere The houes party composed of Misses Emily Hughes Cincinna ti Aline Hannah Shelby villef Sara Sogan Danville Messrs Matt Lee Danville and Kenton Hawkins of Versailles left Wednesday for their respective homes flSMrs Carrie Gr ham Prajl and two little daughters of Henryville Lid are visiting MLrs Elizabeth Graham 1t Miss MtV md Lucy Brown hit Tuesday for Mackinac Mich where they will remain seveial i weeks Mr land Mrs Fred Began are sojourning at Driffin Spring f Prof Clelland Cunninghum has returned to Clinton S C aft a weekjf visit to his parents Mr andMrsA Cun ningham MI Charles Ri McEroy of Kansas City i vislting relatives here v Miss Jennie Redding of Leba non is attending institute here this week I Miss Tda McClure of Vine Grpv iis yisiting her brother Mr J H McClure and attend ing the institute f IMr and Mrs J E Butler of New Hope Ala are visiting 1tdtp1- tChi1drell Jc 1 F FJ= Saturday August 29th Ill = At Far Grounds fi 1f- Admission Adults 25c Children I5c LLL their 3aUgher Mrs W D Caybrooke Miss May Moffett and Miss Annie Spalding ot Lebiuqn- were in torn Tuesday Miss Moffet will visit Miss Mary Lampion the last of tins week Mr and MrsAL Jenkins of Cincinnati are guests of Mr and Mrs G D DuncanI iRit1JI Mr Spalding Clements enter ttined a party Osmposed of Misses Annie Latimer Lizzie Waters Lydia McElroy and Fannie McElroy at a water mel on feast Tuesday af ternoojtu Mrs Margaret Bettis and Miss Hadjie Arown are spend ing the week at Tatham Mr David R Litse spent LouisIj Annie McChord returhed Satur day from an extended trip to Niagara Falls Chautauqua and other places of interest Mrs Kate Wiljiamsi and chil dren Miss Mabel and George C left Monday for a visit to friends in Indianapolis They were joined in Louisville by Miss Lucile Payne Mr Wath a Jmms is visiting his uncle Mr Richard Wathen at Bardstown Junction and at tending the Shepherdsville fair Judge IHThurman and family and Mr R Y McElroy and sister iMiss Rebecca atten ded the picnic iat Fredericks town yesterday t Mrs J W Nally is visiting friend and relativeg in Uuion county Mr Hamilton Merimee and sis ter Miss Mary Merimee of Louisville are visiting the Misses Haydon Miss Mildred Spalding return ed tq her home in Lebanon Tuesday after spending the week with Miss Eleanor Dan ao Mr Joseph Hancock of Luis yule visited his sister Mrs Reed Spalding last week and1rsRodmarl Judge r H Thurman and wIfe llast week Prof George Colvin returned from Wir Chester last Saturday ptertainedJhlrtyfive ride last evening in honor of her cousins the Misses Kuhn of Nashyille Mrs Kate Cant r h returned to Louisville Mr Ben F 1svisitedhis son Leo Simms at i lenderson ville N C Misses Margaret and Louise Medley will go to Griffin Spring Friday for a weeks stay Miss Pearl Goatley an Ji Mr and Mrs Settles of Maud are at Niagara Falls Mrs Lula Kelly MssMollie Dorsey Miso Mollie Parrott and Miss Annie J Simms will leave Icav Monday for Martinsyille Ind Misses Hattie and Lottie Kelly of Louisville what haye been gfiests of the Misses Rudd have returned bo eIMr and Mrs John R Smith of Bloomtield are iitingtttieir sOn KentSmith and family this week Mr Smith is still suffer lOg Irani the effects of a serious injury he sustained to his hip bt having a horse fall with him several weeks ago Post Master P T Conway of Lebanon was a visitor at our fair last Friday Miss Mary Catherinn Lnmon ot Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs J W Lewis Little Charles Russell Ron of Mr Ed M Russejll is ill with typhoid rtv rfMr William Do VcElroy banker OX Bowling Green was a visitor mtoftn a few days this weekMissAnnieJames of Harrods burg attended the fair and visit ed MissEilon Gregorv IMiss Roy Texas Dougherty visitedteMrs San Ragsdale last week iIS Obbltt1ofone day last week and was look lug up the StigallI and Bobbitt families in this county to whomi jhe is re tedIt tDr aod MM R C McChord of Lebanon spent Sturday at our fair and went to Taf ham Springs where they sp adUg tue wek JP PLK J jet Tt4 frS Ir SItMps MIpc Olatwt City 0dinance The City Council of the City o Springfield Ky do ordain as follows Section 1 That the following portions of territory adjbinitig the City of Springfield Kybe and the same is hereby annexed to apd made part of the said City of Springfield Ky and described as follows Beginning at a stone iin I Hv Thurmans field an original corner thence S 21 E 185 poles to a stone on the North side of Mchivilleand Springfield turnpke in Ii3Tmrmans land thence S 23 Wj 814 poles crpssing said turnpike to astone in E SMayesI Jr field and back of said MaY 5 residence thence 876 W 14 po6s to the Perry ville ftnd Texas turnpike samt course continued 716 poles to an oak lr eiD James 1 Royaltys qnd barnithenceNstone in Mrs Simms and HerE liens line thence N 81i W 23J poles to Springfield and Leba non turnpike corner to Mrs Lawrence Southwest corner of yardtthence N 67 W 1676 poles tocorner to Mayes Simms and withltheLight Companys land as itt meanders with the Westside so as toinciu e said ands in said City limits N 78t W69 piles NJ 36i W 1432 poles N 23 W 232 pojes to stake in fencer thenca S 84i W 11 1 poles to a black ash N 39 W 7i poles to a Walnut tree N40 E lit poles N 17f W 237 poles N 32 J B 22 poles N 28 W 2272 poles N s5J E 16 poles Nr16E18l poles N 32 wi to1T55 E 156 poles crossing the- Bardstowrtand Springfield turn J lAfielda stone In Fair grounds thence N 23 W 750 feJBt to stobin Eas tern edge of Ifair ground track thence Si 67 Wl6Jl8 feet to stob in Springfield Water Electric I Light Co ands thence S 23E 750 feet to stop in T W Simms line aboe r servo riibenceN 67 W i70 teet to a stone in T W Simpos field thdtica S 23 E 3650feeti to ast ne in Hertletns deld thence Nt 67 B 3270 feet to astoneini Royaltys field thence S 23E 1432 feet to a stob in E S Mayes neld thence N 23 E 1500 feet to a stob in Thur tans field thence N 23 W 1400 feet to a stob in Dpminicks line thence N 67 E 1452Jeet to the begin fling iSection 2 Ity is further or dained that after the aforesaid boundaries and territory iis hereby annexed to the City of Springfield Kentucky that the present and correct boundary of said city shall be as follows beginning at a stonein L H Thurmans field an original corner of said City limits thence S 21 E 135 poles to a stone on the North sidepf the Spring tieldand Mackville turnpikd road in I H Thurmansland at 2thence S 3W 814 poles crossing said turnpike to a stob at 9 in E S Mayes Jr field and back of said Mayes residence thence S 76 W 14 11 poles to Perry ville and Texas turnoike fherice same course continued 716 p testo an oak tree in James I Royaltys land and back of said Royaltys barn 4t 4 thence N 83i W 187 poles I to a stone at 5 in Mrs Simms and Hertleins lands ihence N 7H W 28J pqles to Lebanon and Springfiold turnpike corner 6 j toMrs Lawrence southwest corner of yard thence N 67 W 1 1076 poles to 7 corner toMayes Sitnms and Water Light Co thence with the bbundary of the said Water t Light Cos land as it nieanders with the wejst side so- las tc include said llands in idCttY limits N 78i w69 poles N 36i w 1432 poles N 23 w 282 poles to a stake iin fence S 84i will poles to black ashJ N89Jw7i rbljas to walnut tree N OfJ E Hi poles N117iw 237 poles N 321 E 22 poles N 28 w 22 72 poles N 451E 16 poes N J 16 E 18f poles N 32k w8 12 poles N 26 E 148 poles to 20 T- t W Simms cOrner thence N 55 E 156 Roles crossing the ards town and Springfield turnpike to a stob in J Mayes field thence S 67 E 2122 pOles to he beginning ISection 8 That after thi- Ordinance i shall have been pub lished as required by Law it shal become and be the true and fixed lines and boundaries of the City of Springfield Ky John W LewiS Mayor Attest F B Noe Clerk v I 1here are namy iatltatloaa of De Witts Cartolized Witch HUll Saljre butjast one original Notelaf else juiJt as good Insist tttt PeWitti It IB cleansing cooling ard soothing Sold by the Red Cross Druf Styftf y t r 1 RemnantSSaIa1 i NoW 2oina on at the BlGStore itf- I f i and will continue until a11S At1 I Remnants Odds and BOOSt i f are disposed of t IIAfter 1 J- Qour bij July Clearaw 51we fml tiMm I has accumulate nyRMnefn GaoiU ii t I Silks White Goods Wak Fabrkt Lsc Ebw iWr 7 cries Cottons Calicos Carpiu Mattwgt pad f I Odds and Endao1 MMIS mmA Bojs lotiiS4JJ I Suds Skirt Waists Glpvat Cooeti Sos Mem- aaiidBoysHatsandCaps Shirts and N plcear which We will sell at I f i YOUR OWNPBICEI W6 will alsp offer our reIuskokof Mtas uil i SoY Summer Miits and Odd Puts at osit fot tJbalance of season i p 1 rII 1 i Lot of Ladies 12 and 16 ButtonllMftk Silk awl f I Cotton Glovts balf price Lot of Torchon Laces 12 price 12 prXe f 7 P 3k it IILotofMnsHats f rook Co t iv INCORPORATED r I i i i f Soft Drlnr tJi4 What The Doctors Say Lt 1 JSWe the practicing physlclanot EliHibetktowm take l inTecbmmendlnff t1e use of the beverage aiamuficturei Pleeii Pof i Durham Bottling Works bf thte cIty to be pure ad keal tnd the water used by them in their prinks accordliig ti analysis to be pure and as good ah can be food tA th water iAs Ulev take k iand the syrups are filtered before use so 1 pains In washignd cleaning their bottles theIrkz gaat f1thy or impure We ftad they u 10 cbelcz1 sweeter or t liarmfullngredltmts of flny kind Intlieir drinks but eMtMCffbutptire fruit flavor and granulated sugars Tbew rl s Wftm frely used without interfer1g with PhYMclU1 precrl oc f and in Bope case we reramod Aer Me ot totJ JSectionwith mediciae as they will be quite helpful 1 weak and 1lelicate rr c J W OConmor M D 1L Ford M D i J Js R Gray Y D S L TM D I J C YbbleyM iIt R Xi1Jer11L D i 1 JnoMBiiglIShM D JLDee X FP strick1eDaa raBoa i 11aX If unable to let U f oO Dealer t 1tcall 3U atour pUce Dont drak io 4 c any other We who1ia1arid r f s f iiretail ld ALLBN v s tNxttp Wal r ir rji j At HeroinsI l f You can getc0rnn and Sundaes every dfe frHh nd toothsome Cakes and Canales Kj r 5 Meals and Lunches I f O j I of Softt DrInks a JY1ost any time AlIkinds t H d itt 5 FOE CANDY NovrmTmIE8 ComndseOSrJiD L J1j KATIE HItf I I fS RAnLESHAKES TEETH If Yea thetiU Hte W Awl Handle TMm With car Tb4tsoo keeper carefally paleWed a email paper packet wakh feeke M H It might contain a headache pewter Want a rattleasakea loethr be t quired Topthr- Well call lIt a taag If 1ft waat le but aint there aoteethteg Ila the je4 book about iharper taa a aerpeafa toothr Leek at tale eae sad ye think that JIM oW felH w tkat wroW that must have kaowa wait ae wan I talking abut He opette4 the pajMr td aaewe what Mmed like t- It laJttare a ra Was apedI like a cew he a wWdi has eaiy ae canra it waa jrettedtafi white I1kalcotd It wai aawrt thru uajlock toog aid a in dlaaMter at the taee vaeve M eeed M Jt It d a kssstThe point was M p aa Aa a ai eiIktk tt aa iaek ba lcM the fOimt 09 the trawreot MM tooth W a pial tbId ot a ertt tbs whkk rai tiM wbeH teaftk tilt tIN teotk Thai titUs MMtktOb ths tee h eeeM4 ehe wItot a JrfeA atAataice wafck the see keeper etM afr Nfafd witpsiW llllhir MM d the redphMK rf the toeih te hMita the uaa with sararg thitoniwOeld gst atr8seaSOtISSkI bite frwtt one ot tUian aiicafeVM tteth y i NtX tM HUI me e4 by It aba4 a wo abjraL t Acciu1 tM i ails JIkk tM b Js- tb t as TMV aV i I iII tw twsk LJ ftiI 4 =IJt V tM P ib Ntaiid tM t1I tTr lr IIII abi 11 thu WhIItOSPS c 4 iS IITM aM QMIte M1esqs W =V tM ksoebwo tM t WiDe CiIdI tf Iaais It wu I iah th t jJh 01 that otM apk Ii 1iiffrIt was IM ipssk e s w k gi as sit diii Ie4 f etWtMjail r Mr4 A5MiuiML bswam J wI ft a ssItii W N- Ia tIIP aSliitM Iitt for yfbsqtaaerePKINr PVISL- MlIIIIIYAIIIQItA Fuuiii k I AsLares a New Roof GardAe hMa if FamQtjs 2nceActress In- 4stri4er Acfls Real Art j a t I 1iwiyagauze zkir and bfXaL1n3 YIOflOf f atdont1ugb Tc1 aiMI tkiit mean It to ber shock IJttfc Hinrf Hoffswnn uinde her rvcryort i iiiiiei a fcer dressing rpom at grden In XcW r drivS her ofthe 1rdiT mSr eVer thaWgh pIva costeme to whlcb Mls Ro ared tai ber ImltatiQB of hisse1ae dAnte orlglrianr ptdit Ldon at the Hammer ad No ctIy ata othng Salope costume pMurtote jipecliteally of one pair of isb colfetd silk trunks teaching from j ha1farto1e kiiee iones kt e bck gaugo1d embiprdercil- JflE it the fJbttom and reaching to the aaklea iSgIfd1 of pearls and brll Hamti lireadtpijite and decolletng6of I L pearls and emertlds with ropes of f ttrlV4ooped td the girdle and neck tact aad armlets of brilliants arid ade pA I1 anda red wig oufljet the r ca t Bie Neither tignts iior sandals art worn th4 arnij limbs and torso Wto entirely Jfiare j After the first gasp when the heavyi rriy t cartalHs Tirere drawn back to itoclfoe Miss Hoffmann the audience o flrjtnlghtere tefased to credit their Mfe M ThcrVdlm bine light of the really nignlflcent setting of the court yard t f palace half disclosed the 8 minnde figure of Salome From tiw first sinuous movement 6f the SSt Spell of Baby Captain Silos who keep miles ftdni NJSt Touches for the trutii In w1e1i f MrSi n Sherman ap4 her dftq h to and onehalf yeliis oldt wereL tiaTedaf ter being In dinger of a fangsirfor nearly halt hour Ms bengan and her daughter- were tested under on applq tree gain respite from ihe heat when Mrs gberman bethought herself to bring a magazine frqm t the house that she imss tithe moments mo e pleasi antly She went for the magailue apU upon hLorrifled tqud a coiled for a spring df rectly bfiront of her little daughter fhe girl thinidnjg It Jolly fuN Vfl5 sldglng In a iw childish lone repeating over and over bop The snake though J Ohiq When Life vrOne of the tlrtucs of this row sqid I dward Fenn of 0 a number of i standing about a troughthe other driy rise coW on the other end of the rope raised her head and held him In tim locus of her kindj lyeye for a 3uinut Hfld jniotlier cow been near she wout4 na7e und r jitppd inihit brief moment flint Bossy dId ktnctly to tb man away from the com tMiWbirn of Failed iaSee iirpoor ijd the glut nbj dllTfljt lillijif SS muth teid TIud IzvuJ 5S fJLst tiwe k1LI notktdjt iel wes int looktn rorl- erdltL land boon till dn ranrms the guessing gni the heUr inIfthi the udlen e j tt- J iss Hoffmaqn lods not give all bet pock of trleka avrav ijt the 0rst gh ice the bfhct skirt aTcts as a de lUt oh and d snare fo the eye5 Tiie nuaienee Is rsb spellbound with tjie stoge iIcturo with the gliding ges tire dancing o 5nloinef they fogt v n5theeoIc sutue Miss le rijs nfefnlng toIbe Iretl In the cthered gree of her ntoFement iei feIn5- i frany fore the tIianUie ehnotcaI Sn1 me io thought of 1thtQprkty comth nciptJifotIfgIit how long am I RJirig to plajit Jut as Jong a th wSut liieto J5 Ieejl It Is till tyggesty tire most seri ct tlfTi IViiave evr dne M1ss Ir1frnnfi5iItI unL jug GLIDING GESTURE Herods ir serious e ltpnly an jniitatrv yi dtlftiSi1 iraiTrlr jjd then as shacreatil SuJdmq I ere a ed 3iaud Allau crenting Salome AVhlch Is the more difficult artto re oite porabnatlty orjAo repto aace two at once forces to put aside her ojxvu personality tvhlcltnot ill Ainerlcit actefsMo P v Int tlib Vision qf Salome to bo ken seriously not as an exploit in scnsatiQnaf ortBtuniing Mid anyway dross Ifent any cc oler to dance is thin nayjtjib g hter 1 can tQll your okclainiw tins jnlnhi ture mimic rik she wrapped a Turkish towel nrdund a brow anti ihOwed her Interlocutor out I vcdFromS Fng ISARpti4e Hypnotizes Woman tfisn1 Dies Serpent d Crtokes + Before It Can Strike- Wlnterbottom maUorchardtegbt PprtJervis of5IIraT heUfr- t TFl6rrit rattlcsnike4s a Sing S1glit Jjerretnrh was rattlesnake evidently peoka thejpiotbcr SBrecksvllle watering wasJg nniJteft Hoffman hyica1rmjiiei y ouihy5et ngjb heif1I4 Vlianj carefully produce jjniltfitten tii t stasauiiug Undtr ant did not at the lmVkuow Itv was fiyp ptized and completely hr t Ue coijtxol ktfie child g suddenly was Jic mothfcr made ward of tile sjiake jwesenec she biyned it ioe actloiinncl tootI petr ijtsti and apparently hypHetlxed Her 41CS wore ftspil on the gtIttarhg UJtjl yos Of the snftkifrv and bel gnze lffll jwed the sinuous wwtvlnj nipvemeut f the reptilp iiotliBhe wa icomplet5ly nrant i V f J I Then a sc5wRrJrT l tiling Awcuireili the suHkes eyos fuj h njr Iot thifV J1ttv1r nud U fell writhiii i from tll lu it few i m flt It wa ttp 1kO1It7 dead Su QzioiGikUJMouj the ute5- 1ouMU ft lIE sf yunVs ttbat ffll IttKh tifrfel thO under the hypnotjc inllneme of tlie child iiiiI thawf ore una We to Rid na tore uioti ehokcdSo dentHi TUG mother refwiscd front the spriltr fiIIj1tl1- d Lifts Maii Io Trough I I eA- Hirrrvef Just Finishes Extolling Bossy s Virtues Strefet c6ffep Immersion Comes lrnprojTiptu pavers Rescue 7 hergehtieness addressing ni her igoJeiorl 3iJ4war tile ariiuial had lived since her C4rtfl lanurnoUftinHlfar w1tbUieh ljj giujge of cQVr oyoB stood patiently byC Iien came qie fireworki With ono Ick lunge B ssy 11eijlqeflugbt l ejin fairly on her horn ami deposit ed Him gently In the walbring trough Vflnn might have drowUail had not iitlic 1i1t i d VHhlau iglj pjved near by been jiassinji iJThey lflh111 the man from hi impromjftu bflfhand UiertHuo farnjer JlseoT rJ fta Iihld been badly hurt SprdrngikebflI- w1i1hi Iuclutk dtlos IIf cn- uiLh1d tfleUiilted tatu4ettikjraagixr eiery day There Is atrt lport out that the Ittag Je will inva4 glvti1fitqru Th thAckinjr cough continues Bec u 4fcyour system is exhausted and 7 a pwer of rciisitance iveak ned V Take coitj Emulsion 4r T WASINTONSLEVTEr P Crrripodencc- SDid5ct whir livo visited asjjitglon jclte lo VtJstcd to mow that 4Q rg4rtc 1heeolwnjis off1eitIslA wfflclr dIeiiki- iry bnUhhiU Ieunsylraiihtt iifl replape fhem wrrh granite mono 11jt t f rv ISAn ArohUectilral Ypncler The treasuryhiiit1dI ILS thie nrCileiturili Wofider of tub rnuit- 1etPhcfllt avails uiiftntebed It Was teitpiJ to jvdnfrt tbe asslr styj 4o ft purely eemmertlm UiHidiug njij ii ttct ptftl as a grtSt aohteveuieuf ntti receiieti souw njiiitauap froa ttbroaU even thQUgb if wns jjfltly rje t fivi35 tSHieriqr It Is ntit hiltly Qiat any uthurt of uoue cn iWize lii 5thi tilnds otyU etserita Ititt it V4 fltyecargs1butit Is y jun to restore li bowlietey Sis jihG anti to hutcitLie o141- l1h THc Mat Beautiful Street m5lt being tmaccut l i lptig- tWT1I1er r tJP gtt ainu to niiiko Is1tylrauii n iiuio ihtht stIeec- 9w It now lIsa Iii sp- qnh1 t L jLuZi buriwlilfih will live to be recoustructod fo meet aM nceppfaSlo plan of syramot rlCal5bej ty but the lOea ten good 000 fur wjitrh the Araerlcnn people wllUngj iy nwke apiiropriatrons Before leng the few Structtiies on thd street will dja jipear und there will be an eve Duo of unsurpasslngloyoliuess a word uhi1eb the architects Insist updn using lidGajise they hane laid out a plan Jtfhleh Involves nlnOoiit nyory element of b aufsbJTljb average Anierlpan his little Idea of tlie recent growth Of the caj ttnl olty lie ceilnot uttderjfiandUhe trans formation lint vis going on from a more perusal of naifspper accounts Hc muststse It to nndecstand that one bf the most beautiful cities in the world is evolving along lInes whtch are in part more than a Century old amV for the rest v6ry recent It is costing money but it Is njoney welt expended Memorial tp Lincoln Thkt provision will be nwA by the iiett sostfioa of congjc jfor a suitable memorial to AJ rkkani Iitncoli to be placda od the plaza between the capi 4 torttnd fhe rnIouStatiAn eeius to be almost aasuit1 ItIgnufferstood that the Introduced npflr the close of lest session bi Chiiirinan McCall of ithe house library eoipmlttee asking tot dn appropriation for the pnrpbso probably wobid have pttaeod had there be h sufiicieut tune It will be Jutro auced h the eaily days of nost ses sion it is Mid nuti according to ro ports it will be pasiqiil Cliie bill Provides for the purchage of hU the laud from the Union station to the capitol bouadod by New Jcrsoy avenue on the voat MaKsachjCfictts avenue on the north the eapltoll grounds on the south iind First street northeaat on the c ai with the ex ception of tile one block ijenreati the station which is bounded on the east by Sc oiid street uorthe t Tor the purposeOfobtaialug tim laud the bill provides W2r0pOO Vhlktit calls fr- 1000000 to bo used In ibje erection of the memorial SS WHiteHouse uffap i Its the official view of Colonel C S Broiaiwoll the ariiiy engineer in ebre- of the White Uonatf t4t It wIll He necessary foe the Auxrikjan people tto ysncnd 1000 a WQCk during the next uscal year to keep the home of ttte prasident in a habttable cpfidltiou Tile upkeep of the house during the current fffccal jear isiooly 673 awl a faw pennies Oer oochl week But ithings are gcttlug shabby Colonel Bronnyell thinks the chairs should bf jSentt6theuphotetei ri net paperput ori thevvaiteaniljihe whole lInterior done over with fret pint and enamel The paper on the Wall Of course not paper aj nil but tlie Iinest brocad silk The upholstering on the Jgevr s flwlgfled chaksJfi also r V flnest So the cojonel figures it wl cost 515000 to tJcf Ihe absolutely ne cssary work In subiyittlug liL csti mto to the secretary of tile treasury lp remarked that ji5e attnuai appropria tlon of 55000 te barely large eilougV k Jtjeep thi bovtse trfo yplug to rack and ruin The 15600 aHited for is put under the bond ot extraordinary repairs i t Robert E Lee Statue VirglnuniK In Wasbuigon jexpre liroaf satlsfncilos over the iro pect of a stntHo of Robert ELee being placed iifl statuary hull la the capltol anil Iin the tletermiiifttlan of1 the Virginia legislative comwbmloin to reaee the iOhiMip plasterfig re of ItaWtiugtwi ubw In the Ttptt t with a broriiie Statue iA justSbeen cast in Provldeocecjt I and was niodeledby ElwswY Vale tiae Wlhoaefecumbent statue of Lee OVM thQ fecaerarH toi ib at Washbigton and Leeuniversity g rbgsled as one of the finest wwkg of American art 5r1ip statue of Lee will occupy the second of Virgiiila plHcos In fltalaary hail one of whtIh Is atroady COID4e i 5bya plaster Qgurc of George Warfi Ingtoh J li Washington In Bronze V Tito comuitenipii HtHMiiHetl by the VlrglBlR lIegislatlr vteltiyl Provldenco where the prk wa b1hg done r etiy and vi liii May backl slopi d lutXew York to uk for W0 for the bfdVie statu of Wajtbljiglon Judge Gkoffie L Chl hin of UBh tK nd a mwub T vftrtbe eou iaesi6ii tait hint It iin1tIcwwa by th coiirnI Iou oit Pilose Authority the present aiatne Of Wn iugtoii waft put in the ball The ne statue will Ie a ieprodue inn of HIQ one by Ifottilou nolw In the iOtpndn of the cftiiitoi of VrgHU xCiARL SCnpIf IELD Dahlen Playing Star Game- Bill i lielOoiidentingyay Itja magnificent gamelnflie il W Not Much Ovcz AQB iiqStk- SrtecIby their souiig inei5 but Con IwrtutthatthatMtkrt l I NewlawyeritlCP0iItIGlIS eiL71heetiouSmc i vert 5tniiiet1 aii1 gave their ge iii tr- oath TwhilathteGothalliepidYoiin qf yOUaskth1wtitJ thiiu91hi1 the gcs9 youjcrnt ili mQa Bijtn If twas nmca ottuger would yeV i JGaden A WOMAHS CELERY FARM A Crop That Yields Goocl Returns Near a CitySMiv itoton L BaHeyj writes outer tainliigly or tier expertine in raising celery for tfrcttisly Now York market Jly home twenty ralloa itf the state attd cwivoiiient to the railroad AllTjttJdI have laea than three acres a lat Jt n1 whon fSstnrtmJ ia to caw mr litlag there J mort pgp ov tb pfiiwj ned lea fUfin P3Jy r Hkei Gelry hns jitldtlte nidrt ni m hqimv liuIt t livoi iu tIi tvak me and IIak MKljledi me t6 educate ugUt o t My Hyprsge cro of tcjr iir rt Jr 1 ip aver prlc is o ia PbV i141NCsIN i3OXL5 extra large heads I receive 00 cent do eii There but a mouth In the yWr when celery Is not iu demand in Netf Yrk city sp there can be no doubt niKWit getting good prk e prV tided the eejery Is up to tu mark Tot nth cejiery to be markajed in JHiie my workbflginirjn January The rattepinftgetgood celery Wl wul sow it iu id a greenhouse Under normal qpiiditlons It wttTrne quire toffee weeks for celery tfead to pome tip tUougli there hive been or cartons when have f44It tffr witlt hi eight days aiiU the result wns la very way satfaetory A aoou as Hie tfco little IcavoH appear on the pbuitAtbe toe s of prlckHij begins And drags iHWigh FtfbrtMry and Marci As regards i grceih MMeb I wo ld tttlrtee nitwit f moisture awl air Urit not too tiUK i lj eitt At wkatQvertwtt peraitiQ jro tigiu always be oaref il to keep It the time tbg seed go jib t tie groar until the pinnts krt takun out to btj set In the fields When 1 harp hod occ5itiifl to force wy s edS J have iw rri l tin forcing process straight oil tut ij the p3stts were retUly lotset out At a rule pItoyse4tb- with the thermometer hi the eishttes anil keep that temiwratare right throughhi ooii as thg ground l wann cHough tq plow the out of jlooi work lefrtns After tim groujrtl iIs thorottghly plowed the fertilizer must be town and withn Mke and ljimp w the surface must be made toitokks smooth a velvet The young pUui rare thkQnhihe reeninfase4et 1iait1 iit1DZp JI top miwiy at a riant audeet aiud After the HettiuK out tJ 4 rjitas tew and then tbe ISgljt aguitwee If there bi uV phid wherf vWds gihw faitter limn in a cetery iwreh I h4v ne4r mHu tt Of wwrat it te because thfere te always o svdinjore inotnture Ia a celery IWtiJt ihanou laM Tfthejrp other yejjuttbJrK Ue gnvn Jf tjieWeed KvWjfret it start In a cehyy imtrh the dulyltbin iprdo Is to paH ilHti wjv by hand ul LW to a ptkx awl bum lf weWki floatatrow oH the groaiil It Is u use to past ii krc Alobf w t Ike first of Jawi he1n- io Itoord tketa11est of utcikr7 jBoawHits eMory takw the plftve of iMMiklitf earth around jtt June ititi hapqssibte to bftk edery wltu Rnytalcs flke MtMnoiory rt otite flSveti th boards rouwtlmoB uoi t l 5fri e the WtnohhiK M bcgw For thia pie e j we tea Iwch board ten 4tie45l l ug theiteitrlttrrled Intothi- spnii ttuI bh1 etWeii the rpws pins thft Wmrd are IjTpxwltion QuIT a faw ttiiiinree tire rwmlrefl to finish the process oad as a rule i dp that iwrt of tbe work myself TBe bo rjfe arp Ltlt1kv a wke hook catjtykt hr UK two bmYd 01 opiwaUo surin eeie itt aeeh nd jiffe bortrd Thin is done Srertlfc catltle i atchunftt untying of the celery to fisibte Ibut Ibe ffrcoH Jop Jiow jibov ftte boards l ottc or iQte days after boarding the cetery la ready to r1i ie aktptig time nioaii cx AJU tedm wwk wt Uj9 tE aot ord1se It rts ie osri1 on y 5419jit ot aoors lint lb aiiKa It hrtnpi iuoryie Urua Ywi get tin frfcUs tfr Be uwntlu Ifibur and If yutt tntv ttpwththc t 1n3i you nt-tnIu4itblu ii trttioit f a git tphat- otki1t sUyiQent will bring joo TIlO vire Jiogks are jerked off tb buarrta nut the hilt bleuhed stalks of colecy pulled up bunch by fJTKh A few strdkt of a Phif kuf utid4e i ptsfc With thtev nswJgliUy ojattretiuk3f bnAsf ipd tho tuti1jiCrnd nlapi ETi Y url ff Passing ShadowJ24 I r5 Tifif ff16I OF tHJff L q1L OF THEoMNERoi4z IELEURAPIIYARE 7Ausr EAUTIFIJL TALOi L5ONS iN PosfTIoNscIANJjOUpJIItRJTE UNlVERSlTy BOWtJNGGREENft r hicL Tili iE1Jtt5 00 4ftvr- iti ri L uul tslir absal- Th41a1 Iria1iouii be OliC leh Id wirerna thi C11017 idwultj 1wI1iMit isk4sd nveruu1i esth Ii W u t1iJtc anti g1oey u- siy It Ieijuit itdosen iune1w- ftlnk h to 4 Wpii form nod tted Ii tti1pcjhf COlor jwfenetl by tli ow latt ii stjw 4oitncti l unUhi oe i tap ip trinsoi1 away ail Slitb1L44 itre tJ i feted vUH- vjtr fot rwititftjjBa c rfd water tdrilcrIIned trstes I hate soidffycHs4w is 28 PJ u klor ft ned W kcbaa Ih- dNt prite trdL fi ait flffelte lie Iater gite eiif4inou Iuotlts om the faiZis erstnidjitlut york insi- kot grower ea1nuu on getLiIi cents a iuzen fur celery atal LLtI a dtt forall itras Tinit g fen a gooaxHvIii proflt jiul hasifael vlhtaro othiIsnre lifter pnyiiMT aL4iiia for labor fer tIer rent on land which of course g4i s Into my own pocltpj and iis only airtattaff foru K the woah and tear oi the rveniioise gnlan tpois itn the boards J always count od havin a eor from my little pateb of g unil SHADE TREE PESTS Th Despcilers of Serrof Our Fa vcrjte Shade Trees She tirats of flie fflil webworm are foi nIna unglghtly white blotches on the r ch green foliage of our shade tre s They are most frequontly found oil the ehn hlcKory ah apple and pli m Jmt occitr only less commonly on niany ptier sorts of dccUlHous trees he insect that constructs tlfese webfl J THK PALL WHBWOHM ft see thin winter as a dark brown Ipless creftrur utlrely vujikc either tlii worm from which it came drtne 4i th Into which It traniformR this cj rk brown pujm Inclosed in a thin pon of silk hu rm lied with hair la st rea away In sorae crack cjr crevice m tier rubbish or oven in the ground if if In April ir Zisy the nearly or q Ito white xuotk emaigeg from the co c HI flies Into the trees and In some a se deposits as maay as 500 eggs T lose eggs are set cl1oe together on o e lonf form1ngas4ngIetlerautIcovIe lag an ft cc The HrtM h tchiBg couitruct u tiny web under wliicb they feed 4s SC5 1ocrC54 in5 also more anti more f IJage Is Inelnd l us their web until tSfullyjgj s ek out blfnr plaeos as already d sortlxMl Iu which to trkasf6Jm and during their httUjtaaB stage From Itl e cocooti thMr t flussL Ih late TulVj o early Aiiwat the omf b4XZ1 otliw emerf f wd eitetit Its on Ut e leaves rot the ad iud brood of vorms This bfMd Qtf re tiff mh t rlty form the d Coea In whIch It p ssi fhe winter certila two and four v Inged tiles n rfUHhie a suflSclent per c nt of the caArpUlant to prevent them f om sorlowsiy threatenistg the life of a ov ueil griwn tree but this pang- tJsnis Is rarely suflMent to prevent the f rmatlun of sdnie weba The 1oerty owner whp viues thin lisauty f his slia trees cannof affOrd ti thJeH4 Oil saturalsiemie but must MortI td artificial mctisuros If the 1he C ause of Many Sudden Deaths There ft5de iuuiis- untrYn osi danteiatbecaenesotlecn iIc Mauysn414e- ietttIis arc vaneed by U fiteart iw use pneuoywiia heatl failure ot a otlc y arc dEteii the edt of kZil jier case It kiiluer trouble is a1bew toadvanc- etbeki4s4ssoftoil at ck its1 organs csuMhgcaiarrhi of thetnselesIaway hBlauMer trottme awtont always result rojii ft kraugMue of tlif kidneys and iUre is obtaiii qu4ckeat by tt atniCut of tkkutvii It ypi nr feel bXIj reiiiudyitaUlitiX pain m mssfnic it slid over t me that uupleasmf ueccssHy of being UpellCTl t gtj Cteu thrtHtjlt Urn day i ad to jet lip UI5i r tinwa thtrhift the jlit The utilel l Situi the cxiraonHimry cL yE SaiiipRuot is xOi reahid1i8tau5fe the UiyUiait for is woitvletfttl thycs of the ittost ilisti cuts SuniiipRoot iIeaMt to take and by all druggists iit4Ryceiat and noiollar sbekutleai Yen may liave a unple bottle of this wOlilrfitInew liS verv and a book4jiat ttUiall aiotitit0- th stiit ire byl4ihil Adircss1Dr IIti- e Co hijughianitoi Jv XtcVliel gciierotttierilsthkc buLriiiieni14rtlse naiiieSwnin- pootPr 1zlmcrc 8wanip1oot nint lie 1iIres lliilglianitou N Yott every ottle T1 rz11 I SWomensmay cause ft become ake yours into a pazaingzhadovby taking a medIo th4 cfu ofder of which hs cauaed yqur womanly froubles Thriglt remedy foryou whe ot ba s irinervoji spells dragging pains Irregular ftmctlona etc Is Wine of CarduMrs R HuWtfSpatt Ala writes J suffered vrthfemale troubles fcrdoctors they dldno good so I took Wino of CarduL Ihave taken 18 bottles feel greatly rsI aMbetter tfem In 20years Sold by all reliable druggists In Pit bottles Tnr it WRITE US A LETTER z1z COJ7fRCIJL SCHOOLPY IfEBR4WCHES INczuDIN BOOKKEEPJRG BY SCUREOWADbssBOWLJWREEN4BUS1NESS Ordinarily iwersiflik bie4wilF Backache c uorftK rre nlniu rean cue a mticb ineth d to wipe tl mi out of the trees and crush their oiiteatsV If they aip Beyond reavh thv must bo destroyed In any otie of thre ways they may bfc burned out by ihcans of a long hiiudlotl tdreh they m fe cut away with pruning sbenrs and Iho4r contents crushed or burned their cupaiite may be pgisaiwtt by thoroughly spraying the fdlftiiiej Immediately ut1thelousof wMfi aria gruea mixed wHi- Itwlie its wei lJtof wifflakcd lme 4nQ- u l tit the raW of tilL ou cos to fifty HitlKs of wat r raaf be substit tiM for the arii ntUe of teiKl but Utfos not Stick tOtlioeiIIg nhI TH LAS1UPPEL SS Singular Story cf the Ma terpfewr of Leonardo da Vinci Molderteg away on the wisfjl oftW old lupiiaiwery In iinri itsi gA the famous VLaul S ipr vf JItmiciit- hu Vlaci UUte umy i1soq4e tj tli- palntiCg rMujred Jrf any caw rtf jhf- tient Inborarttl its a rwmR ofv that labor lt Is nfsct In its i3aianws- of r esifrM oa7 ami s tFiuR iii Itf utorj X6f I0v Iu addlttetr tto ithejie quaMtie It has an huidint in Its Jiltftory ikat coiftrHrutee not a HvjV towantnmkfnk It tho jRnrjt iBpeliif ti t H Is lft I1j1hi5thecouuttjuab of gisiti ueu iwhora knew licnt ho wever be was ready to paint tpe fAce of Jesutjl III lhe plei- tuce he eould flml none thai woulJ atify lila cone plkm Ilu fk ttia wobld wrveac a nnhlel Air ihefSee Christ iiMWt be dJ iiSed In Its iIuit plieltyaiMl majestkv lu its 4fweettmzjd After sevejVtl years ut careful search the palntor hflpfHJwd to meet our Pletro BjindineHI choir boy off e quiulte rolce betouging to the xitlt dral Doing struck by tUebcriuyO ffeaturus nud tender niaiinoP that li spoke an angelUt soul the artist duced the Uojtobe the study for tL painting of tlie face of Jesus AH was done Mutwt carefiilly an rcveroiijtly but flit picture was as y tnconiplctc1 for the face of Judas wa anienL1 Again tin jmlnter with tii zeal of a 4ruc loyer of his art setnboK In aearclr ofa i ntenu nte that Wish serve for the face of the traitor Som years PEU4Md before 4ils search was n wardiHl and the picture fiiially con pitted As the artist was about to dL Miniss the miserable and degrade wretch who had been his gwfnl chelci the malt looker up at him and said You have phi ted mef before Hor rifled and dam with amazement thu painter learned that the man was Plb tro BitudhiiliL ThrIt th e 1nterve Ing years Pletro had been at Romi studying iiiMijh lMd raqt with evJ coropankMH bd glvtjn himself upit drliihk K jjrid Iwiublrrtg lit fallen inti shamef uf dkwipatKni atid crime 0li Tare that pow was the inftdel for tlu face of Judas hud blaun fhe niodtu for the facjb of Christ prboklyi Eagle f Do You Knew Who Was oor htebarliBeijgthih Fran The Sate n CrnstoneSaduo- T1isn The Sage of MWitkeilnTTlibnRr- 1ffeviou The Ii bfjhe TowpatiiJnine A ttarpehl 17IIosw4rinnl SurrqndsrMU iineis rgitt ilrfhwinsJ Jaicknou Little IivklJnlm ItauJoipJ- i3he Gra 1iytl iinof Destiny SVIhiIminnUirPhplsit1eipWiIodlei Sans Eay Rkijs Whet gs the wiJuw Mit- To see tb tui4tb hin What Ml eatstuer h HWRi VisIuisLi Loll Wht wi tbe ii s9sqnia fQuIclfu t fltu stoic LIvIurtIa JohinnSsL ii U ate chop an yell orilttit3oice and itt1t wli- nvokI yner Ilseut uwinr lie DstCIto It IiIfiThhnny It w4ukl tie Sl2 A Dry Jokeb wj yfl5take aamethlii tQ 1rinl- wIthi plisiIN iii tnn sitter suzil 5c phti sitsiltt this IltI tii 1c rbIi45itr mine to give a iiHtimit sOil liiqrstede- xIHU4U1 t tliie tai1Iifh In the Wr ng lpM- VS NVielywcd ritti1 tb iaya tpak1 rI2tttAWrtiln Hrk fX We or a Mrs ewlywtJ jiuvtirbitwet- 4bmlwrnthit ltII t3iiit i lie bnkJier 4pnI1ip 15s hdber rurd 5FriialIty at fosrtiiii suil lijbli of iudiisiry 1LJfdad4itb1rs3tkhIii aclid5Do yoti klWppaIns uiho slue an the ntaJl Tof tho back Thlk tduMSHftU idj Jcianoy trouble Take IemttcKid tfttyaud Blfddfcr Pills TlicyAvlt promptly relIne weak back baok ache rhoinnatic p1tII5Jikd all ISIdney and Bladder dls rde0 Idan4 W mmiidtftf die Red Cross l3rug THE CILDfl r IT- KENNEDYS CAAI1VE 2 7Write todayfora fre coiy ofvaluabe 64pie BookAdvice describe fWompn yu es4SAddress Lanes on syniptoms statIng ne and repi be seiit sMity Dept TiI Cnauanooga Medicine Qiattaase Te QRJ4DE 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ePRESIBENT J S a presidential aritni wyinenii1treai k pdd- npILic4rhe coURfERL iOINAL tHENRY WATTJERSONr Bflltor- Ls a Democratic Newspaper utvlt prints the news as it develfiplf One dollar Hjeat iis the pric of the ek1y OQrer7Joalla1 But you can get that paperamtv Vffle News4eadf BOlEIONE EzcR FOR 19Efeil- v X V tfjaVr willt give or scud your order t this jIaptirNQ 4S Airier tturaal Vf v VXr f 4 f Dally Courier journal aYear unday CoyrierJournat 2ooayea5 TCcan41Ve you a ombtnation ctn rate oii these 11 yuti vi1l1 ivriteiJih npdr A6qIeM WeddIM- iu aiiS tint ii itiid wife have lived ii a good obI age an1 ccriiscqucnl- yhinvekeiitbciiiY The best way to lLycrtdocoidyty toidthrs iii tokdnj3ilardsi- IerWneti1iehioiise ttidtiukeltbcn cl9r JLcrgets Irjctivc 5tfcta per bottle SQlifby Red Cress 1titg ture HEEST- S KENTUCKYSII sq Tkis eputaticn s io65 riabished by The iii ftfr 1eraldin prinlinccCaIltisftws t1IL the time JDfcrrjin 10 is year jos wa metropolitan diljy nwsp i addition to your bo pr1arid you can beet MiiMj 1w ntbyordOring conneclipn wit LEADER The oL- corresponaent Iertd ttered throughout the eouiftry- 4iaIiyiI Cwa- blesit o givefsll aa- 4rjorts o the condItiibrT- hvq1p We have sf a iugernents kh thea ad- sae you mony S oe wtt- i9UL Tliit Loniyih1 Hevthl tliere is tne preruowa to day ttiatwill proMtIy 1p ttQs aci This Js 7Ko4dl jCo1 Ieeea aft classes of focxc4 it t lou hly so that the we e 6 Hillfari tune will wlrhCHit rf obt hmV MM wfio has etomficK dWriereeir rtMILS troable Take fee t 4py a rt i tinue I for the ibod tfrioe that tcr gibe C51pt relkfSRelol iSO1d bY 4 Cress = SSSSTM I KILL=SCURI 1 UNOS WITH Dr 1gs Nw DiiiySra