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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t i1lJSH P t t INJ8t tII- r J 4J j I rwSEME8YOL XVI t NO 33 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY pUSTy i I2rI- 4 li t rrUri F TRUST r PRACTICAL gtENTTSTOffice OTCT HAT6on 3rUr work tessottabs JJNM iirork garsntsed i icSPRINGPIEEjD K- YD cril PRfl4QTiT4D ty Hat o4 i Wasn Coty I ilt sottk 1 fctxfagiwiv 59 mil frOm Hieo4 BartWowK bmncli ltJad Xaskyille JiUnplf in 1t mix fricultturmt district tfr tsLsjrspk and te1epho iw oIorilli 1stbec i patifl 1OQ poptlttiO ef J sooo t tie Cogrei H0- HBardstowaXy h iitXttiKkr bl j aUoW C XcCk9rd a 1epesctive lii tate eateHo l rylt1CabellsYlli Xy 1LiLJ I CapttIncty r o ccUrICoUkrat roelt 0Mn i the frtk y OctfIbilebanyIyMdy i tlLt ILTbsIrpMJdCI t x IwltkAt = J JLis iXcMAk coI ti Q ACiI I Mac coisa- Uv IIg vHQUOO iycottRTt4 QittrW Coakiji Iselea Ctk oaday i eiiclt aath L Ituy J 1SloUNY COURT Ciuityets eabe foiirtl ftt1m4I4 jyJii4ge irol ooksc cnt Cierk iLT S May Ct AtWCeY Georg CitLsttteC SIdDeyQboiwe 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trlOrir ISQ tC Dci ltI k1io g o x2eetIt frit ziad tidoiEIa snckonth a natngon Z Ap ipt rJ1l05i eet yery s t1 Tea J prie1d S1I1pc1 2o2 B ets oIij i krr1Urttzy tKMMTi f1 1iIACXBES Meet t i171to K l 11 1 dr 4 Indigeitlorn- Oer4OivsrtnfeeCuni- tI it dtrIia wHaW a ia WtIe 1LJos can bosy IIQ itliM wit b mU rM yor woey Try MMMMM Jfffl Itto tM 4 at JtJU ll r tvt 1M lcItI eOatelal1ic OStM Ith = 1WC bqiit it T s rw j WkttYcmEatttt- 1k ell swi c 00 iJms U 4 BED CROSS tDIWO STQFJE w r vt i THE1iW3WSr +LEXDERit i 1 c l c r CLNieIeDead L7J-v New Has bea received heije of tbejltth of iCol Thomas R Pjjela Seattle Wasii for iairjfy of tttui county and who WAI well known throughout iKtatwcky He erved as Post tiiaater of Harrodsburg under Clevelands adinimsrrajion from lag to lS98jand was a Democrat of theold school He was a member of the Kentucky Leg islature from 1879 to 1880 and- repreentedWshinton countyj Ooli Ph lpI was Miister mi iloner of the Merber Circuit Court Muring under Judge Ruelland Judge MCSaufley Heiwa a Mexican War veteran He was eightythree years of age and bad hen in declining ealth3iie time About three yearn ago he went to Settle to make his home with a daughter Mrs Mary A Brad bw where he flied There is more Catarrh jri this section f tile cosntry than al other diseases piit tOgether and Until the last few ears waS Opposed iq be incurable o a jr Nit many years doctors pro ixwmcea it a local disease and pre scribe local remedies and by con tartly failing to sure with local irifttveBt pronounced it incurable cic has prbyeA catarrh to be a Mitutiotii diseare and therefore requires cen titntlonal treatment alls Qatarrls Cure manufactured by JCieP y Co Toledo Ohtojis- lheoalY ocnstltutional Cur on the market It IS taken internally in fdOid from 10 drops to a tcaspoonf p1ucoffer o le huadred dollars fOr any case fails to cure Send for circulars teatimoniais Address F J CHENEYCOro ledoOlio old by Ura ff its 75d Take Halls Family Pillirfor Consti pation JI Telephone Troublez Settled irOn Tuesday The Lebanon 9n Telephone Company pur ueQ the tt phone property the JLebanbn Louisville and LeXIngton Telephone Company and all holdings of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company ill Marion county with the exception of their long dis tance lines The Home Com any alio contracted with tbe- umberland Telephone and Tele raph Company for long dis- anee connections to all points reachedby that gigantic corpor ation Tbe long distance con ection is to begin today and the local service in a very shortr time as soon as new Receivers and transmitter can be secured and attached to the phone boxes previbuslyvused by the late com pany The telephone exchange is to remain in the Mattingly b iidingQn Spading avenue where ift now is situated1and several long distance booths wil be installed at points conven ient to persons who are not sub scribers The shares of stock of tbe Lebanon Home Telephone Com pany are chiefly owned by the citizens of teblnP9 and Marion county who hdv the welfare of otir community at heart and who will own and operate a telephone system by legal au thoritv and subject to the restrictions of theirslranchisein other words they t purchased a legal right to oPerate when they paid their money for the fran chise and the city council in sell ing the ranchise placed wise and binding restrictions in the operation of their sytthmLeb- ann Falcon Snmmer complaints and other seri ous ailments common In hot father can be traced to the stomach nine times out often Keep the stomach in goodorder right now by keeping a bottle of Kodol handy in the house all the time but especially during this mon h Take Kodol b never you feett that yon need it TJhat is the only time you need to take Kodol Just when you need it then you will not be troubled with sour sboinach belching gas on the stbmapti bloating dyspepsia and indigestion old by RedCrosrDrug tore FairView i Mrs Emerson Barlow and son EI bert visited at the home of- F M Carney Friday Mr P J Cull wife and daugh ter visited his brother Tim Cull last week Mrs J JEStfcvenson and Mrs Ruth Rand ff visited brother Mr Ben Pile theirI Miss IOllie Gray and sisters and brothers entertained their many friends at their beautiful home Thursday night in honor Of thejivguest Miss Katie Smith of Louisville The musJQ was bandiAllMrsJ T Cirney is visiting her father Mr J A Sampson Mr Ezra jIawkinsabd family visited relntives at Wbodlawn Saturday and Sunday PILES get Immediate relief frOMI Pr Sheeps Mglc WILL ORKIES SHOT rWasa Native f Washington County and a Son of Henry Qrkies I Word was received here on Friday evening of the killiog of young Will Orkiesa son of Mr and II1rs Henry Orkies who live near townf Young Orkies left here severallyears asro and had been living iin Louis ville The following particulars of the affair we take from the llouis VIiJ1e Post ccWill Orkies aged twentyfive years of 2005 Seventh street a blacksmith in the employ of the Kentucky Wagon Works wls killed about 1 oclock ths after noon by this discharge ofa re lVolver in Riley Millers saloon at 1885 Seventh street Orkies was shot in the forehead and died almost instantly John Riley aged twentyronev years the bartender onda son of Joseph Riley one of the pro rle tors of the saloon iis under arrest charged with the mnrder of Orki js Witnesses to the shooting say it was accidental but the stories are conflicting as to the exact way in which the reyolver hap pened to be discharged Accor ding to a statement made by Thomas Munford of 2005 Seventh treet to a r reporter forth Evening Postin the presence of Corporal FJynn Orkies had the weapon in ms band when rtwas discharged He said he handed it to Orkies to look at while thy were standing in front of the bar Orkes he said looked down into the cartridge chamber to see if there were any more cartridge in it The barrell pointed toward him His hand touched the trigger and it was dis charged the ball entering tne head between the temples Another witness whose name storyttotheing behind the bar and handed the revolver to Orkies telling him to look at it It was dis charged the witness said as he passed it to him Riley was arrested f shortly after the shooting by County Policeman Sullivan who wa walking by the saloon on the way to his home at 2007 Seventh street He heard the shot and entered the saloon Orkies lay on the floor expiring Sullivan tried to gist a statement fromr him He ays that three times heheard bm say 1It couldnt be helped The little Jttacks of stomach trou ble and stoi lach disorders will undoubtedly lead to chronic dyspejisia unless you iake something fQra suflScienli t eto strengthen the stomach and give it a chauce to get well Is yo take Kodoll in the beginning the rn4i attacks of Dyspepsia will be avoie eavbut it you allow these little attack too ueheeded it will take Kodol a longeVtime put your stomach in good condition again QfRedick Creek 1hede h angle visit d r community 9nlast Sunday and took te Ii tie child of Mr and Mrs enr Isham The funeral was at ft ackville cemetery on Monday tMr Jon Bentof Penick visited his sister Mrs Rachel Anderson aturday JMiss Ad ye Warren ofrPerry ville was Ihe pleasant guest of Mary Row j Thursday Mr Jejtha Wilson Steve Smith Jr and William Lanham are visiting their relatives and friends in the Lone Star State JnddaughterSaqie yule fair h st week Miss MaW Bottoms olBwart visi ing MiSt Thena Tav lorthisiv ii Mr Fr nk Haydori Jr and Grant Stujriph attended the sale of Dr Cro by of Toxas Thurs selllingMr Greo ge Bratton and fami ly will mo re from their farm to Lebanoni i a few days Mrs Sa ah Haydon of your town has oved ackto her old home with her son Mr Ben Haydon IMr T 3 Anderson bought eight ewe of Erastus Case for 6 00 per ead Mr Chas Hall and Miss Susie Mobley v4 sited Mrs Sarah Lan ham Saturday night Mr G orge Lawrence and wife of our town visited his wifes au it Miss Puss Wilker son this y eek Mr Si awrence of Texas visited his brother Henry Lawrence Friday William S tumph attended servi ces at Ma kville Saturday night andSund y Best the Wards Afforts i It gives me unbounded pleasure to recommend Bucklens Arnica alve says J Wl Jenkins of Chapel HillI NC lim World convinced its tha II aIfalls jto Jteal every sore burn or erI wound to ifnlch it ise q25c ri own Fairi 1L The old reliable Niton Gp n ty Fair will be1iei4t BJiMg town Ky Thirsday Friaay and Saturday September 2 t 1908 There will be four lays full of amusement and pleasure The fair grounds ire the oaoftt beaiiiltnl of ihe State amd tne Far is one oi the best There will be besides fine stock and exhibits many special attractionst such as a Balloon ascension MCb day Old Fiddlers Contest Drag rapes and other novel special attractions There will be plen ty t eat and driok anH eviry thing done to mabe the visitdr enjoy himself For further irs formation address the Secretary l rdstOwpSKy A special train on Thursday FridW and Saturdays x f the Bardatbwn Fair will be run from Springfield to the fair leavinj Springfielav at 1015 and rat rn ing leaving flrdtOn at 6 OOih the evening 4 cheap rate ot one fare plus 2avcerits has been given by the railroad While Kennedys Laxative Cnogh yrup is for children especlfl1iyteCommSded for it because it tastes nearly as goodvas maple sugar Its laxative principle drives the cold from the 8vtem bye gentle natural yet copious action of the bpwels old by Red Cross Drug tore t Fight at Church Jesse Riley aged fourteen cut and fatally injured Stanley Cal vert just oyer the line in Ander son county Sunday night and no hope is entertained for his recovery It is repor red that there had been some misunder stendiog between the boys in the afternoon and when Calvert came ou 5 of church he asked Riley if he had thrown a rock at him Biley replied that he had and immediately struck Calvert with ai llarge knife severing his right rung Bileys friends claim that Calvert was adyncing on the boy with a knife and that he struck him in selfdefense Cal vert fell on the church steps as- a large crowd was leaving and much excitement prevailed Several women fainted RIley jailIrg eighteen years of age and a sour of a prominent farmer He iis gradually sinking and his deatH expootedHarIIrpdsburg FARMERS J ii IN3Tsp To W HM III WfI1k7 S lJllrlU t 1aad3n1l Th4aiara t the oiyjllb- ol a rfJa IatstCourt 1JOfle 1n 8pria WdH TtiDf-ne t week or cpUiBrJai and Sr The inMlteis sssduob under th 1uspicN oftih t1- Jo OrAKrI N Slat ply Use MqMMM of fth liecurra 00 tteat Jbf fcruMiu fnaay rsMiv tfc btMfi rndf rtdwtbOt jpriet ar1rmer bd even ette dtbMft who is imiirestcci in Afrfentar ttortieuTkire TlVe Mock4 4iutic sciettcei a1M1 kindrwl jMbjwii should take aHHittcftOl thl- Qflprtuflity anjsboiWswid Jut cestinc n4 iIr Mw dre efiwilt p JelJT ftMI by M A Sc6velC of tb AgricoiUral Exper1klen Saio LSinoKy JTB Walkr Of Oh1iiau county Ky Lowttl Rodebob of Ohio and XL Mt R ki OommiMiOiec of Afrk a sijted ijIlocalpMJt ri j 4 plasnt fW pt session will be a Itetarf 4 nesday Anight by lir rVudebush mUUt 4TaceSaii Lan4 of theMi4aht Su t v- Roud ushJJanoJii lmkxplorer and was the pe Mrrivor of an ih fated expeNltlio fr search of thNorth Pole ImWi lecturd lie Wilt relate hirthritl1 lug jexperiencer jB low wa pubiilftha prograM in full for the two drat MMioM PROGRAM 10 oclock ani called to prdfc by President J K Olsybrook Invocation RlvR E G Lawson t Response Lowell ROI4bI New Richmond Ohio fWhy we have thus come to gether W D Claybrooka Discussion by instutei 1 180 pm r7h at growing seed selection preparation of soil elc JB Walker Hopkitii viUe Ky Pure seed and how jto obtaint them Prof YA ScxT llrL x ingtoh Ky What the US aid sUtc Dt Dartments are doing for tbtltar mrs Lowell Roudabwsh Relation of Good Road to I So4ieiyI w 1 fBCiIt c Ti1 fr thjjEpaO f MU- 1u1jjI oeek y Jln 4- ll bss Z S IIiiOpMs I J J erIfr 1 a i IU t 1fnll 1r 11 f t 4 f i t t7i Do ri f1rI Wby iSOtBoo W a 11f f t 1 10 t Ooro gIO s4 ug J IiHi 1 l iad sod BUL1Lt At- ho jsasy T MJ 1tia how Jtu U 1 r Lowell Qf s 1 1 Go lt cnlt1Jj tNra M M lIIlsIrfoirdAve aJse Cal tIJIlt wortk rf WCctricBltt r faIb r edy 18r kitIsr I a zal tpar t te ipreIk1 IL ptMto ya word JwtM 1r1tiliramy I 4 MtL I I SbLI2drv IIIIiinrf 7rff 2g- I 111 Afi 1 tlI pi J- w4Mkr aaJji 1 t I4iI who flffiki =t i lrtl1d 4 I taot nlY ZIM Mi I 2nL SMr4Lm jt P4yKJs7 ri f rai Li fk = sa 1itft tat1i Nt b e aiIcLae t Na d4ae as Ha erta bi 2 J it f VllJ RL r t OirW to 1fM tbs I H fj tto akt TOOK ia ipj r pechas ott brod iIvRt t1 tIr4r riiroes a bw p asig Ibws MiL with wLr fiLwill Mil M 1aa iSb 1ftIIR BOWS are yiIjti l f t rrsgood iiadiyMJiaud HI Ctstill hoes a Jew t rj i fwr I 1iwi A v1v I Avl Ro t 1J rai d J Y b 3f Jr f1 t r3 i 1 j t jJ t j 1 1 r t IOIIL c1I 5 i 7 ik t 77J t t i t r f a 7 OJ1 jtW ii i fj rr jt+t rF PERSONRLPROFERTY itjJ 4 r ii 1 r1 To close our partnership we will Sell to the highest bidder beginning promptly at IO oclockairn I I 4 3 t TrUESDAY SETEMBER1ijij i1II1t l J tt r i njvi rf On I IH Thurmans Farm at Springfield Kylf the following 0 frt JtMFIFTEENf I HEAD OF WVORK MULES1 Uii j l iIncluding a pair 16 14 hand 2 year bid mare mules and pearling horse mule good enough to go to the StA JI i A splendid lot of BROOD iiARES1 GOLtS and FILLIES iincluding one very fine Mare in foal to great saddle horse Bourbon King three head of Registered Sadde Mares and Fillies and OJM IUfiliiift I of a mareby Joel 2nddam byJhester Dare 10 ten held of registered Angus females and the young Bulls the females are K Prides Pides Ruths and one of the bulls Mid every ouit is a Tiojaa t4es aM Itrs IIjr1redingui the world thanthese cowsandjuIls and every one is a choice individual a few head of goodJersey Cows one good 15 month lack Colt four fine Jenpets oue in foal 0 RIchard Diarhaa Isj of Dr McChprd 50 good fewes rlOO one hundred tons of good clover and timothy hay farmvng implements of all sorts most of them practically new j rtei rtoCkIgs 4 t tf This an ABSOLUTE Sale and we Guarantee that there shall be1Jo iseivaEIon r t it Yit rr 1norbY bId sotany sortC1 7 KK ii 1foi y t t tfi A r i rJ TERl r t g 9nn le4cash1sumsh over 2no e with good security due in six m6nths interest fr ingit Terms ofktf1r iwaist D coNsd t l7 Jf f property4sI7emovedl f Auctionqezs T D NGLlSH and S M CAMPBELLt fif fFj P f a 1f J 4 t I 4 1 hc r 5 i1IIt i ffJrd rytJ II LUNCHI ON THE GROUNO ir p I J 1I Ct D W 4t t J 4 j rr 0 r i riJ ff flr iIffi lL J BR0WNFR JI1n nI t zt1ff Fc i Id jr lr JJs if r i- J a e V r L IM 4t 11rL I k A 7 7v THE NE3iLZLE7bR Ixx i L f nualTT Wfiaiid rT iriuiaye hJ Jt14 I 1f1ITi yelW +tJI 7 LLIDAVISON Jr1t w t l lf TfL F ogressM1 Wef ire ithmizd to tIItCe idiVfeIt4tMm ttpru jro tIi se DistricttbCoureasenaI hjertlM JIIt ttMft acboii of the- i DctMic PaztyIJ J W cuYLDAVID WOADDZ ni a cudite tiyji if IR ticket for tn was jte frl tkthJfoudh Congibs MnIitr1ctcaFOR SHERIFF frI W s e awtkbrimedtto 4UHMpkace AIc KlmbaH ju candidate for the ndmi Bfctkm ibr Sheriff of WartdsKton cesnt7zbjoct o the ctiKof the PartY DepitIeRIchardM BDWitt SaiD D tft1t Snadera andilubert VirgIJ Ic i ft We we lutKariMd to kaaounce Si Sherifffflj4 of Wti cty subject to i actioiliCtH Depecratic partyth VV PtyKtet HBOEdcQMsiu Sam i r orfc Powell and Byron Croake w L tivlw has DrI- i f of Mr and MrGarliD Hamilton 1lrobven Tilting Joe the put wtk frkyiir arid Relative at botiVl TaayV Mr and Un Retry Croup IQ wiaf 1 MaBt Grove were T 11 itlir rriaiiyeg in the neigh jr borhood the latter part of list HV wIk m k j1t t Mr John and Elic Hamilton tof SSolby Co were here a few R dayrsiaos oa a viiiT to th0it Jo Irie F pfoplebSks Charles Cborch lat Satur i Oajr J Mr Hent3rkie wentltt LoG W it e last Sunday to attendtI F tfafuntral of his son William Ijwhoet with a sad eath on rIdAybefgie t Etf Fattier Lmahan the fewf v Jattirttk Isimei for the jiO i hOurs devotion He was raised ia Sprinffiied until he went to O itstudy for the priesthood Ui baft1gofle1romherefors43V- pt aral joars rt yFther McFeeley iV lom r prior hot St Rose r maill W ere rpUKb tup Mon a oo tbo evening express and vcei intertd on Tnfetday at St Rojse j cemetery 4wSiveral of Mr Lee Smiths chiWlrtn M wnflned with t1iie wV wx3p1n ircpngnY I C The new tlephone line wilD I in a fw iay pe completed this place and then what talk 4 Mr iRpyaltii Jtiai finisbed saw bii tS as ay but may be called back again in the near suture as there are more tobacco barns to go ufo sVt Butthat s ifitleM nor ambition feel lrbeeuJly quickly altered by lakinc Trhat Is known by t feverywherevtas Jp Shoops Restora LV tive Within J8 hours Mter rl touse the Kestbratlve will be aotiil Of coursefulihealt tt wiil ot iMeujately Return theJ faim however will surely follow 1 idVam bitiot a- surntng Itfe1lourtrengthaad iiffiu mcesdek Outsider irat the iaside erves then f pre the stowach Heart and Kidneys nJ 1b9aUyfall Strengthen these Xail r ts eeswith Di ShoopsRest a tivea M see how quickly h altitw ill asaQnIcStore fc 0 tri i 4- W it J Ii 4f rrpiithers Creek t i There is not much news in this vicinity 10 write but it might be that I think this way as a peru fails or neglects to dJ his duty tI scnititha ha feels this way After one weeks vacation our pblischoOl 11O VS5- id4aoing rM n l4 1- Tr1 Mr K L Eradysq1dto dUfo irefit parties 40 bId Oftock T i evsat5per we failed Mwo ce tb deio boMrA i aryfrMave alt tbe tice of heteuth on the 9th Of tbi month Mrs M yes Waf a suffered of ccnisumption fo t arly1 two years and sbe bore btr aMfctiaQS with wonderful 1ttV3UEt1l God called her to tr heavenly omo Mrs May WM a kiMtMi tibor and n good cir1Miau iniaiid w fll b- IjV 111jwe lI6sVi rood friend llirdI L iJ iivbborVbhe JleqvesVVka1 udand tnr sons f ere ifu coffee the nev coffee subj ititute kown to grocers everywhere iV as Dr loops Health Coffee ytil trkk even a coffee experfe Not a rrati aLrealcote t lte1tier Pare itsrtic have been p cleverly ie fiit iitf to ilire a m d rfttjly satisfying Mln and txvoff Amd it isVtalte aaM1bn aiMtt t WO ii Ntedi- twi Ltei ic McElroy- t 1i ff VIiit PJ t rt To4iIS Tesys V FVMj NeikrIibas rVP uU where lie attended the an tcVV c nvezthon of the Firei arahags of the United States Canadai ijf Mr Neikirk was not only tI vice president of the as fr ojlQCiaion ItS1i1j daiin June j The officers elected by the vas SKJCjatlon were Ed Peterson of nnssota I president W EINeikirk of Kentucky vice pres nt W S Rogers of Ohio fret4ry A Lindback of Li Minnitoba and T N Turtelf of iixjonsin members 01 the Exe tive Committee Mr Neikirk says the meeting avery profitable one and that he is delighted over having d the rOri iWiVfEverybodyrs Mary Lee of rural route 8 he Leefirmly i DiscoveryHis d at consumption seeme inevitable I hen a friend recommended New t Discovery We tried itand its use restored him to perfect hearth Kings New Discovery fs the Bang throat and lung remedies For I coughs and colds 1tVhtSflo equal The t dose gives relief Tiy ft Sold nder guarantee at Faydon Robert ons drug store fkc and S1QO Tfia J iIIisburrr r Ret 81msancV Stout closed eiugat this place Thursday lijjht and are now preaching s tI manyfriendsMr Pave Thompson died Friday i morning and was buried iiin Pair View cemetery the follow inK day Rev J A Sims con ducted the funeral services We ympatMr Eyert keeling and wife visited friends at Tatham familyj prings Mr SaturdayIare ing relatives bere this week Rubillieft Fred Sutherland attended the party at Mr Jim Grays Thursri day night Mr John Searcy and family r visiting thetr father Mr Tom ReedI famlEly maare spending a fe eek with relatives at this place The iehristianf duQtedDMr W T Wells suffered a very bad burn last Sunday but e its able to be out now and is getting along niquly Mrs Burton Was in Spring field Saturday on business Mr Garrett Clark of Fenwick nent Monday ith Mr WTWells Mr JoIn wastsburiedreMonday Wal1t ahvery sermon deeply yjpQpaibfze with the bereaved famlly lq eV Sims thel Evangelist iri preach at thisplace Sunday H l1L 1 v Ranges fTv J Bqlow are a few tesiimpnials om Washington county users Homd Comfort Ranges which speak volumns for the merits the rangeI TexasKy Aug 19 08 After cooking 1 ori a Home Comfort Range T6 Vears I am a position tjo recontfmend themt they have no equal vfor baking and all kinds of copkin as such cheerfully reco m e MRS R L 4 atheClItIt t I can recommend the Home Comfort Range as I thwe used one for several years I would j not ke what lpai for myI ji ge today and dbr wihout one They are all that claimed forll ttiejn They hve no equal for lj bilking and require very littlej ul Respt MRS J M BEQLEY rrex sJKy AugM 1908 ThuHome Comfort Range has the right nameI know froth ex perience what they are and not hear say as I have been copking on one for several years Ic would advise anyone to buy tha- I Home Qonffoct if they are Jn need of aRanse jJ MRS TA IHAYS Texas Ky II bought a Home Comfort Ranges veraJ years ago and 1 fiavejfnever regreted it I movj ed to Indian Terrj tory and I carried the Hpme Comfort with me and brought it bick tto thy County when I came back 10000 would not Aiuy iny range if I could not get another one That is what I think of the Home Comfort Respt Mrs J O Thompson Brumfield Aug 19 08 I bought a Home Comfort Range 23 years go6 years ago bought a new one giving my old one tomy son the old one jS still good and in useVI can rec om mend the HorneComfort as I have usea twd of them J N Isham Springfield Ky Aug 24W8 This is to certify that I have been using7 a Home ComfoVi Range fork 14 years and tlias always given good satisfaction 1have never spent pnq cent for repairs and the range isin pert feet condition now and willl last many years yet THECase fPa n anywhere stopped in 20 mu utes sure with one of Df Shoo l1 Pink Pain Tablets The formula onthe25 c nt box Ask your Doctor or Drug istabout this formula Stops womanly pair s headache pains anywhere Write Drr Shoop Racine Wis for free trial to prove valueof his Headache or Pink Pain Tablets Soldl by Red Cro a Drug Store 4 j The Jersey Cow The Jersey cow is a small animal and therefore her maintenance ratfl Is small white a relatively large part of her food to profit She tIs a persistent milker often a pcrpotiia- v milker and orninnrUy nQt dry moet than six or eight weeks In a year Sin has an extremely long period of use tniness In the dairy Five years cover US profltaLIe worU of the average co v The Jersey prodnpes until flfteeh yean old Many are profitable when elghteei- L to twentyone years of age Farmer ThNE FARM ii 1 For Sale 1 myfarmI wiU offer for sale v 1WOdllesday Sept 9 III AT 2 OdLOC P M oneeoThis farm contains i of the best located farms in the county cJose to churches of all denominationsi and schools It has anew 18 acre tobacc9 barn new stock barn corn crib andmachine shedgood small dwelling plenty of never failing sockwater 225ACRESV Wow in Blue Grass Orchard Grass anH JMeadows r The entir farm Will grow fin tobacco The ttrI can be divideJ so as to make two farms fiTiiif etch frontage pn good pike Tern1Seay t nd will lbemade known on day of sale Sale to tike place on fatmu Anyone desiringto buy a harm cannot afford toIpt this opportunity pw them q1 q MCELROY t I i IOsii2 7L Administrators SSaleT As administrator of the estate of John HSbewmaker deceased I u will on the premises on the d Springfield and Mackvttle lurn h pike live miles from Springfield e and seven miles from Mackville On SaturaaySeptember fi beginning set i oclock selithe- tfollowing The farm containingJ 7 acres well located on Spring tield and Mackville turnpike and contains some tine tobacco landIIin ontains a lo t of locust treesU Bas good 5 room dwelling and a blacksmith shop whch Is a good stand Will also pflll me folotling personal property One go dJ1 work mule one good buggy orse two wOrk mnrrp one in Iont foal O e niilk cw1tU i sows and pjiggp 10 fit hogs two qua re11mowre11I Household and Kitchen Furniture Terms will be announced on day of sale W 1M Shewmaker Admr of estate of John Shew maker deceas dtI l lrFrmQni arrnanGaarden LABOR SAVING DEVICES Machines That Simplify Two Common Forms of Farm Work A portable hay stacker or derrick for stacking hay in the fiejd such as shown in the Illustration herewith will be found not only very handy hut easy tq constru and It will do the work in HS satisfactory a manner laI AN INfiXPENSIVB BTACKEB one of the most expensive ha1 stack ers The mast and the two side braces are 4 by4 Inches square The sill may be the same but will be better if made of a 4 by inch stick The bolt A holds the guide or sheave wheel In place us shown at B The two bolts CO hold the mast in place and are re moved when moving the derrick However If Same is only moved a short distance it will not be necessary to remove the mast Simply hitch a horse t the sill and drag the entire dervH where wanted D Is the snatch block for lower end of hoisting rope and E the eyebolt tb which the block D Is made last with a short rope A sling may be passed around the sill hi place of the eyeboltlE if necessary The sill should lie from fourteen to LdsIxteentwo side braces from sixteen to twenty feet long By boring several holes In tile mast the same may be raised or lowered and made the proper height for both small and large stacks The derrick should set at an angle of about fortyfive degrees leaning toward the stack and have two gby wires orropea at the rear and one In front P 11avegeiable I hiIetplacing if1ni explaining The size of the device will Depend on the amount of vcgetablesr to be washed A box being built the cylinder Is made by cutting two heads from one or two Inch lumbexThcse 11reIn the box ns shown an opening being made In which the vegetables are I heldIspassedIn place with hooks and eyes The end of the shaft Is bent to form a tnrninc crank or handle The cylln VKOEtAULK WASHKU der heads are covered with heavy wl I lath or narrow strips of any IninUer handy The vegetables to be washed are placed In the cylinder and the box bartv tilled with water The evli d Rheumatism1 I hare found ft VIed end tested cure for Hhen tnutlsm Not a remedY unit will Straighten tb distorted limbs ol chronic cripples nor tumbpay growths back tolle3h again That 1s tmpoSf1bt nut I Ct now iurely kilt the J1DI sad PIIoDIIqc this dftploroblo dlseaiOoIIn Qaxenanywlth a Chemist In the cty- DannstuItI found toe last Ingredient with which Dr Shoops Itbwimatlo Remedy was mada k iwrf jcted dependable pretcriptlon WithOut that lost Ingredient I successfully treated rnaay tncnr cases of Rhcumatlim but now atlast itunl IorVil7 cures nuabie roses oftb heretalore much draded dlieaso Thoso iidJlko granular war tcs found Rheumatic Blood seem todlMolre and vie away under tho actkm of this remedy M freely as does tail whenloMedto pure vratar And then when dlweiyedrifcese poisonous waM freely pass from tM srMem and the uqe at Rheumatism is jjerieasver There i SQ real noed no actual excuse to suffer longer wNkf eat help Hfe sU and iaeoafld BMZ I Dr Shoops t RheqmaticRemfr Y Cnlnk1TTo clean the box the plug B la re aabved and water allowed to Sow In 1rtorl 1 amount of vegetables in a short time and wldhou having the hands In the eol water Prairie Hay Cropi The prairie hay eropIu the western hlrd of Kansas promises to bev hjeavjer this year than for many I past Prairie hay properly curedvalueI taken care of has a feeding greater than any other hay this section except alfalfa producedI sually the jrrass Is not cut as jif hould bi Prairie grass should be cut early to make the best feedI The Qrjst of August is none tqqj early o begin huyhig Prairie hay is also s a rule not as well stacked as it should be and the percentage of loss account or stacking iIs large rle hty Is fed to horses In MoreIcities of the country thrtn any hay Each year the value of Pml1fievalue of late cut nnd blackened hay is not so griat and not pay aft much money for it Y1llI the bright hky Hundreds of of Kansas land are set aside for the production of native prairie gratis has To realize the greatest profits either for feeding or through sales it should be property cared for SOLDIERS CInt How Men Feel and jlct With DeatK All About Them THE STORY OFA PRIVATE 1 With tHev Beginning of the Figh1 Cornea Fear Hit That Soon Passes Away In the Eagerness For Killing Varying Effects of Wounds A narrative of the battle of Solferl no as told bya veteran survivor U Robert Shackleton appears in Harpers It Is word for word a chapter of history as seen by a man in the ranks Incidents which Impressed him arci curloui We halted and a Tyrolese lying on the ground cried out am dying Give mo ti drink Whereat my con panlon stooped to- otTer him a flask and as he stooped 1the Tyrolese struck savagely at him with his bayonet but my companion jumped back nnd1t missed him and be said You Tyrb 1 lese you said you wanted a drink bit fore you died and now you shall die without the drink And he stuck bayonet through him as a boy would stick a pin through a fly The fighting soon began again and it was very fierce It was soon thatt we came to know that we were tocap ture a little village and the hills about the village The village waS named LISanbarns and gardens and the usfrians WOre very strong there The bursting of the shells jras very bud Sometimes all of us close b ij would be thrown down and be cov ercd with nmd and earth but most or us would jump up tigain not wouudcd but always there were some who would not jump up ugiln because they were wotiuurd or dead VAt the begiuiilng of a battle a sol dier feels nCraldAt the beginning of this battle Irelt afraid and know that other incA felt afraid though It was not our first battle and we knew what ltvns to be under fire So it was that attbr beginning Ilkeldenthof the killIng of the Austrlans liAR around me men were ThereWere heads and arras blown off and ytuen flew Into pie n s like Ui smashig of a jug But we did nott c4re two thought nothing of It do not know that we cVcn knew we saw such things but some of them come to me as J sit with you and talk of that long day We did not notice and we did not think that at any moment we too might have our heads blown ort or be smashed into little pieces like the breaking of a jug Once when we rushed over the big guns and killed the men who tlll guntiltoaway but they had driven bits of steel into theitoucbhojes and so wei could not fire them They were of oj courage those Austrlans Only once in all that battlcjdld I think much of what I saw or beard and that was when there was the terrible screaming of a captain who tad his toot shot ort Be twisted and turned as he cried Out and if was tf very bad sound But It Is just as It chances I saw many men who were burst worse than that captain and many who were blown Into little bits but did not trouble about them It is just If It chances It Is very often that a man sloes not know that btlla hirt reiuember that once there was a with near mo with a great bole In hIs forehend hut heron right on with with bb bay onet and thought He will tall dead But after that saw him no more for there was ulwuyx the lighting 1The storm and the blnckness the Imade of UMU great mixing Yes was a very greuttjingling ror tIll hutS ewere lost nml know Unitt Honi tluu s AuKtrinns struck nt Austrliijis sin a sometimes ItuIIaus struck nt Itnilnns for We were In u very wall mixing artind very three lu the liltiokniWor tin t stormV fWe were told toJte0wii nndllt So we lav dowu UJIMV tyiVV t s ccJErkP1EM Cream vermifuge TIE IHMNTEEI WaRM REMEDY iiTMECtILDIItEJri FAVMHTETOWC IWAICf IIMTATMIM MMVf NC PMPAMKH eey sy JHard5now Liniment Ce MOY1JV Lt r j i iTi 4- tJ4t I F LJ i 7fitttt H 9J Cbrne t 1toLouisvilleiod t 1 I t k ir 3 I iiiiTHEj r S STATEAIR1 i Thebi Seplem J r V er 1410 19 inClusive are the dale and r t Istevaili jJ- OFO i 1 Ii P1lI1 f I pdople Washington pdunty tob come better acquainted lr wttb Kintucks Greatest Furniture House We wont I Cl busintss on butjf InWf Jpress you oure ested well show t I you the most complete line of i r t I Furniture Carpets Stoves Matting t li f i 1 u f 1ll IVI N j Dont forget the name and numbers I I II I RUpCHASEfflRj 8 c I EJJ J f c t11If 4 jl 1 i 4 I4JiJ1 IL1I1t f 1tneael1nJd tblk wuunuetl among toe Italians and the AtistriansV tuAndweslcpt Ves we were tlreJ for we had fought hard for all thut long long day and on that blll that ui last we had gained we luptv and wt gave no heed to the dead men or rtui- t wouuded The wounded they made very great IumongJhemI surgeons and sonit were men to carry tbentto the field hospitals jjtut most of us we lay there and slept lbjj we were very tired and we knew with tbe morning there might be an Qther fight PEOPLE OF THE 3D AY Director of Bryants Campaign xTorman R Mack of Buialo chair man of the Democratic national com I mltteer has been n close frleiid of Mr Bryans since the latters first tion In 1S90 As far back as was honored by hiss vartyt bit nomlnajj political prominence came commltldi and was reelected at Denver to sefve 10nntil 19J2 Mr Mack is a native of Canada and Is fiftythree years old He came to the United States when a youth niP 1ntto Bradford during the early oh t ioItMt RfAC excitement In that part of Tenn yi mnfn After busilblm lf ut van ous things to went to Buffalo niidj i 1870 started the Times which he con 4ncted us J weekly Thus proved st FUCiossful that he entered the dally utetaprt ruld fncr fens later cstab bItHilt an MUHishiirr JlVMmc Is a man of wealth nod Is re Hdcd u oao ofBuffaloa lending qitlzcns The Objection to Amazons itGenemlF D Grunt at ndlnuw patty in New York said huniorwuslj IIot the omnnclpntjon of woojan Suppose though women shoifld have to go to wan I dont think tlny would make very good roldicrs For one thing they would never grow old enough to b6 placed on the retired llstt Indignant Disclaimer Vanilla ReaiieIlow odd That solid gold ring of SjHirs bmUes n blatli mnlaround your Tfiugur Hazdl NuttThc ring didnt makethnt iuarkJJTbatr thats dlrtl Ohicago Tribune Itching Skin Diseases Are readily cured by Zemo A liquid for external u e Zemo gives instant reliefandpcrmanentlycUrCS any form of Itching Skin or Scalp disease All Druggists Write for saple E Wi- Roac IedCosStjtisMQ 01I III I I i 1 Ii w IIV C 1 w I1 1 II II i 1 I f l p iIiP jf t 1I1IV THE GREAT MAJESTIC a V f f 1 iis rtone4 better at any price than the Majb4Ikv Ie price is reaspruible We alo Kar k r j fmakes of I Cooking Stover and Rancw wfiich we nljsllat prida tfe puiae I I r Agents for the celebrated tPERFEGfIQNfOIL STOVES r t il I Garden How MoWen j Refrigerators i Water Crr 33F Ve make speciality of Plunoag and Tin t IIRoollnl I i Ct ntrapts SH1JLTZ EIEDEL1Vii- i I 0 4 fKENTUcmDI6 SBPi141 16Jt lS19 J90S cS1X BIG DX J fl Y OOOIN PREMllJJtS II WJ ERS BAND 20TNt n1rffert kI tIM pUclteLIau your ftvt facl art tfi ifpreekKtst to mt your frinuk to ciiiiiit 11- wIth1nIomM f fNrJiIi f S 00W Uvt Stock Pavon fit tut ol t quur 1 s II- miotovisitthisyarsFair 1 J LOW RAILROAD RATES 11 r b1si tII 4k III J w NiiWMAN SpcratMir IL 3 I There tre many imitatio JljJU J Wit ftarbolifca y itcli Ha Krt3 1 e one orijf inaU tfetainf tl4e Jt just as good IiuUt oil DeWittf It j clean iuff coolLugpt uoothIPJ- 3od by the Red Crow DruK Store i J 4VV I I 1 Lawn ami butjust a1 T etssy h 4ri J 1k J IIUS jjjjjjj if kR 6 1 BfllM lt IDNIDINTST JKTH EXTRACTED 1rH AIN r r rjOj BkMkiWiII 1 8pBiZGp1ZLD 1T- nI atalWc StrictI- 3FIitc1 vt i tt- BRI t- J GIiJUD- D4put LI1II Citrs a 9 1 t m o r1 JdoviI ptor- eJJttL LamptonJLlJ Wketa berths MDtSNeTh N mM41IC Heaftj JTWGRLqsBY ATTONNEY At LAW i sr fOS1U 118PBDf XY Dr MW HYAT- TD4JJ II SPA LDING Ik6yer Red dross Drue 9t Offlc boars Hy att100 s alto 12 m 4Ito1 5 pm BaaWa rttb 4 pmInd all nifib I I Ioll8y MAYESi HJlElltUlKECTUR A AID UCESEII EMBlkMER TELEPHONE DAYIte NlfiHT 7 SPiIlGFlEtDltII i J E Shelby reedetL- i r Ourk Jersey Hogs i t T f 14A Rw ChMcc Ywnj Boars B4i Spinfie1Y- PlaceG To Stop J i We lVnviift bur Washington and Nelson coapjby tripods when iD1 Louiiyilto nd llooking for a place to stop to call orni We aye several Hiccly Firnislibfl Rooms whiob we will let for lodgers forI faIl ort or long sy at reason ble rates 1fated dn the Northwest cor i ne pf SeTenth and Markejb StS1 IIrvine Wimsattj John Edelen iL Pride off Washiigton oRr pngfle1d Choice Z anutact red by r 1LJarOeCO WePy nig best market prici for gralfi j x 4 7 5If you want the Best FLOUR ask lybur jrocer for T i mxm mewL m HWH 1M tiftr1i kwiteli are are SS tti ec year Ir111zot TaktTaus Pills Aif MMV ft GAUSS wi ews jMr toMfcte All tiM ssao Uer aadf tmMM yfcM nutty te toa1ai 25 DMM Cst CWy 25 Cats lLHiI Me- 1eJokH iii Ji- vt rHay o 8c RoWrtson 2KBIU Ji5MCflMO 1 S ULfly USCS5w SssS s M w d s M J I I I TOWNit I Happeningso6iof tlIFreshest and Latest tl IFI1sndstjI TT 1J111ITT1f1FJJT1 Nctro Killed lA nt gro by tlie name of McCoy fifteen years old wassbot ndI killed by B rry Grayes Tuesday night in Jibe Pleasant Grove aeigUborhbOd The killing it iis claimed was accidental Graves warn fooling with the gun when it was dischar e ditt j FoRsAL4OO busbels Harjj vest Kingaeed Wbeat Pinkston fcHaySjR F D4No 1 Willis bqrgKy f FOR SALE A good disc drill almost ne and In perfect order i 1 f y 8 B dray Bey GLthLyon will fill his pnlpit at tii3 Methodist church next Sunday morning and night FOR SALE A good Second hand bug y and set of b rne9SI GW Lyon Mr J 3 Wheatley sold to J W Royalty his farm near Mo6rsviilI containing 133 acres at 125 peif acret The infant child of Mr Willc Woods w ao lives in the St Ross neighbor aood died on Saturday last and was buried at St Rose on Sunday Missljucy Stella Royalty andii Mr James Perkins two young j people orthe Moorsyille neigh borhood were married at thefj Method t parsonage yesterday by IZevjG W Lyon J 1he ladles will find a pretty t t1Dt Willamsj l Mrstt v41chits WilliamsAAttention is called to the ad i vertisement in this issueof J 0 McElroy who will offer for sale publicly on September his farm below t3wn This is good landS and will adapted to grow tobacco I Mr IjCemp Keeling who was about 80 years of apev and a pau per of ihe county died atihe home ojf his soninlaW William Skimrnferhorn on last SaturdayT and wasjauried at St on Sunda he deceased was altiumatejof the poor house ndv was onj a visit to the home of hCdaughter when he died IMis Sadie Harmon daughter t of Mr AnnieHarmon Qf Jen santo died on llast Saturday at the bomb ot her mcjiher The i deceased was 24 years of age ind d ed of consumption The funeral took plaCe on Sunday tlBetol hem chlirch and Rev Purb m conducted the servrnet tTwo large land deals were made locally this week Mr Hugh Stiles sold his farm a mile and k half trom town on the Nlackville pike to Mr W D Glaybrdoke at 75 per acre The farm contains 296 acres and sa fine old homestead Mr Stiles give possession Jan first n xtI Mr J R Durrett sold his farix two miles out on th Willis burg pike to Mr John D Burns for 17750 The farm contains 10rcres i Death of Good Citizen j W r John Shewmaker a well kncwnfarrner and ciliz9nof the county died at his home five milks from Sorigffeld on the MacUviHft tUftiiJikeon Jdst Sat urday night On Tuesday of r-ragr Glasses Z Itif li and dasses Clj ii It IxkSomeThat if they only eara7 CrIiSijesit5will alfiftht with- their T Eyes There wo lld 3 rbe just aji much sense iin prescribing toe same medi cirfQi for every disease S i We 3Can3 Undiscove d C 0 C CAT HE Rrfi RUSSELL 5 C t Springfield Kv 2 ICJ o t t IC TOPICS t last week Mr Shewmaker suffered a stroke appoplexyffrom which he never rallied He was lastlatIdgood hard working citizen Mr Shewmaker was married early in life to Miss Fannie Yanjrey and they reared to manhood and w manhood ten children nine of Whom arestili living and are as follows William M Sidney Hughes Ernest Rufus and Ed Shewmaker and Mrs Mattie Shewmaker I rsv Nannie Set tIes Mrs PearkBarns and Mrs Nettie Brady Uriah a son died in this county several years ago The deceased was a member of the Methodist church and a mason The luneral took place at Willisburg on Sunday and was condupted by the Masonic Lodge of which he was a member Death of Dominican sistersr Sister Mary Baymon Byrd of the order of Dominican sisters died on last Friday at St Cath erines and was buried in the cemetery at that place on Satur day morning Sister Mary Ray mon had served 35 years in the- onvene ant had taught in Massachusetts and in Louisville She was a natieof New York and was a member of a prominent and influential family of New York City her brother being prominent court official of thatpla e v Sister Mary Lawrence Bland anpttier mcmbnr of the or der also passed away at St Catherines on Saturday and was buried on Sunday Booming She too had given a long and faithful service in the good work ving been 34 years in the con ent She was born near Man ton Ky and was a member of farpIUytaught in many different places throughout Kentucky and was greatly ldved by all with whom he came in contact Death of Priest The remains of Rev Father MA McFeley who died if dropsy at Sts Mary and Eliza beths Hospital LbuisvHle on Sunday were broaht to this lace and buried at St Bose pn uesday morning The body of he dead priest attired in the habit and monastic black dind Sundaywhere riends Services were held and the funeral sermon was preached in Louisville by the Superior of St Louis Bertrand cdnvent Rev Fathei Clark Tere was a brief service at the grave at St Rose J Father McFeeley had been in declining health since last September and spent a great part of the time in the hospital The Bevv Father McFeeley was born in New Orleans March J16 1845 and attended Spring Hill College at Mobile Kv He joined the Order of Ordained Priests atrSt Louis Sertrand church August 15 1870 At one time he was priori at St Roses convent at Sprngfield and was also prior at St Louis Bertrand church where he spent the last twentyfive years of his life A great deal of his time was spent in mission wdrk JJ 1tScholarship for Sale lIf Von desire to take a com merciall coursEs there isrno bdUer place thajrr the Bowling Green Business Universiy Apply tto scholarlsi ForIISale H12j cr 15fresh Jersey cows and some niceJerser heifers for sale V C Tv Boh n Son Lebanon K i Hiril i ITeeth ex tracted with = ott AIN or = DANGER v rNo charges when plates iare wanted Abb WORK 3 Done io this office Is firstclass 6 I aatIi VfV StiSpringfield Ky i Violin Recital Miss Edith Bubel1 assisted by Miss Olara Von Phillof Cincin nati Reader and Mrs Newton Crawford of Louiaville Pianist will give the following program at the Opera House Tuesday evening September 1st IIPROGR1 Reading Tom Moore Sayre 2 a Fleur De TsCarlV nth b Iamcreske Anton Dvorak 3 Reading1 Shoe Shop Fiske 4 Gipsy j Airs Pap1o Sarasate aDescrptive of the wanderiD trtJpanions- b JBLis longing for home and friends cEemeets his comrades and is happy again GJpsyDa ce 5 Reading Parsons Prayer Selectd6S0Dgs aWhat Pity isAkin To bMadcap Marjo ie cUNo One Ever Marries Me 7 PolishDance Wieniawski b Serenade Pierne ct57Sciiumar n Seats on sale at the iKed Cross Drug Store Prices 50 and 35 cents Gallery 25 cents FeRaoNA IDI M W Hyatt Mrs Lula Kelly MissesAnnie J Simms Mollie Parrott and Mollie Dor soy left Monday for Martinsville Ind where they will remain ten days Mr TW Slmmsfrand Miss Margaret Spaldjng are kt Graysqn Springs IMissMay Bell Gibbs ISvisit1 at SielbyvillO j and attending the fairtnis week Mr George Edelen has I gone to Indianapolis secure work Miss Dora H Geirtisr of Lo- uivilles a guest of Miss Katie Hertlem I HoriWH Strange of Part county representing the State AgricultureI Institute which is to be hereonj j next Wednesday and Thursday MISS Dannie McElroy Was hostess to a number of friends llast Friday evening at six cloek dinner in honor of Miss Annie Latimer Tnose present were Misses Annie Latimer Lizzie Waters Lydia McElroy and Lucy Selecman Mr Clartnce Adams teacher at the Grundy Home is visjtmg friends in India lapolis Miss Willa K aott ia spending the week invest gating styles in the wbolesalemillineiweslab lishments in I idianapolis Cin cinnati and Lot iisville Little Charles usseU whoiS ill with typhoid fever is slightly improyed Miss Lizzie Haydon is visiting her sister Mrs Tom Spalding in Bardsiown Misses Sallie Maj Carrico and Emma Nuoan left today for Crab Orchard to spend two wifeeks MrsR H Hamilton of Fah- erMeadGcountarriVed yes terday to visifcMVs C H Mcln j tbp r Mrs W k0dblrnfcl of Rhiuey vine is a guest of Mrs CYIL Mclntirei t Miss Ml Curjningham ot Kansas Gjtv MoL is visiting the hornn other ucla Mr An dHW Coininsbam j r rM Cbarjes R McElroy Jr i will leavri ifondavfor his hem jin Kansas Mityi Mo accompa niedbv his mother Mrs C R M Elroyand sistpr Mrs Prnley IitivtiI= f J Saturday r August 29tn- tk At Fair Grounds t Admission Adults 25c Children 15c 4Ipudpi SSSJJ Scruggs who will spend some time in Kansas City They will later go to Oklahoma City to join Mr Scrngg Mr P G McElroy left Monday to assume his duties as bookkeeper or coall company atf Williamsbutg Mrs McElroy and daughter Tfigiitney wilt 1ejmainberea few wedks before joining Mr McElroy Mr and MrsEubert Clay brooke and children of Scotts ville Ala are visiting Mr Clay brookes relatives here Mr and Mrs Alonzo Borders visited relatives in Lebanon last week They will remain in prihgfietdnstead of moving to Lebanon as was stated lastweek JJJ Messrsdoe Ed and Willie Thompson of PjUsburg Pa are visiting relatives here Mrs Carlisle Clelland and bane of Middlesboro arcvisitirg- Mr James Gregory Mr JLouis Harmon of Bowling Greed has returned home afterspending a week with his wife who is visitingberI parents Mr and Mrs JacoJ Kim er1i 1 of East Texas Prof and Mrs Willis Hutch ins and children and Miss Sallie RickPtts OF Norfolk Va were guests of Mr and Mrs J A Boul are the past week They returned home Tuesday Misses Naomi and Anna Day Smiths of Butler Mo arrived vesterday t6 visit their untI Mts S B Thompson and Mrsii tO CampbeJlII j Miss Alice Sansbury Chicago t Ills spending a few weeks with her moth Mrs Mattie Sansburyit Mr andMrs Fred Hag nand Miss Lula Campbell returned froui Griffin Spring Tuesday i viQeiTuesday night Mr1 Will McChord returned from a trip to various places sight seeing IMr and Mrs GAb Marks a trip jto Louisvill 4in their automobile Mr Rrank Graham after ajj visit to his mother Mrs Eliza beh Graham hasreturnedLto- Benryville Lid Miss Fannie McElroy and Miss Virginia Lisle of Lebanon are visitingi Miss Martha Gwiri pf Wilmore Mr Walter Thompson and wife after a years residence in Iqdianapiolis Ind returned here fora short visit prior to going to Hen er30rvi p N O for the benefit of Mrs Thompsons health They left Monday for North Carolina M rsGeorg aHoskinsand MrsEl1maRicketts of Camp bellsville are visiting MrsyC R McWhorier Mr and MrsB F Vas of Hopkinsyille and Mrs Lucy Davis and little dstughter of Lexington are guests of and Mrs Lucien Gregory Mr Dinwidttie JLampton of Louisville visited his qiafeIlts1 Dr and Mrs J H Lamp ton a few days Mr and Mrs Wallace McEl roy and Mrs Fannie Lou Ed wards of Lebanon spent Mon day with Mrs Elizabeth Graham Mr Hamilton Merrimee and- sisterMiss MerrimeeKhave re turned to Louisville after visit big lMr and Mrs Willard Thompson and the pisses Hay don Mrs W H Morelahd of Louisville visited Miss Sue Duncan from Saturday until Monday Miss Katie Thompson of Louisville is visiting Mrs WUI ard Thompson Miss Emma Adams and Mr Lilsey Adams of HarrOcsburg aye goests at the Grundy Or phanage Hm John W Lewis is in Sbepherdsville Ibis yreek wbere he is sitting asspecial Judge the Bullitt circuit couTt fnIll Miss Gertr de Hinzori Louisville is a guest op Miss Mary Lampton MissiMay Moffett has return ed to Lebanon after a weeks visit wit Miss Mary Lamp ton t Mro tiussell Thompson nd son who have been visiting Mrs S J Smock ret rnea to La- grangeidaY Jjfr James Hushes of Bloom fielpwas in town yesterday di dapghters Willa Casseli returned home wilh her lather r after several weeks visit to her aunt Mrs W W Ray Mr Will Selecman is in Lotiis JviIJe 1 II Judge W Selecmap wife r f Y51Mrt Mrs Kate Williams returned home Monday after tea days trip to Cincinnati Indianapolis and Louisville entertainfoed at dinner Tuesday evening in honor of her guests Miss Dora Guetig arid Miso nnie Jjatitner The party was composed tilf Misses Dora Guetig Annie Lati mer Lizzie Waters Lucy Selec man Lydia McElroy Messrs Glen Wool Will McCbotd Wilt Jp Wharton Ormsby F Whar ton and A O McCarty Mr and Mrs Rbbert Art Wat son of Louisville were guests of Mr and W rs Walter Leach man from Saturday to Wednesday Miss Mary Lampton enter tamedi at flinch Tuesday after ndon int honor of her guests Miss May Moffett and Miss Hin zen Mrs M w Hyatt and theboys are visiting1 relativesl ati Bloom field Juvenile FairIThe Juvenile Far which is to be conducted by the Children of Washington county and which will be pulled off oh next Satu day August 29th promi es to be a big event An attraCtive pro gram has been arranged and the premium list offers some good prizes Besides a Hstof prem iums for fancy worjr fruits flowers vegetables and chickens he followingjis the premium list March around the ring by the Children of the Association CLASS E ComItt eGarland Wharton Ray Thurman and McMakin Lesebmani LM4GregoryMan Best Goat Job driven I io harness 1 GO Specr l premium by Wharton Tap Liverymen Best PIp under one yer old Si 00 Best Dog any age to be driven in harness style and action toe considered 100 to first 50c to second t 1 50 Beat Shorthorn Calf under one tyearsecond i 1 50 Special premium jiy Haydon Robertson DruggIsts Foot Race around the big track 250 1st 1502d 1 3df5 OQ I AFTERNOON r CLASS F r CothmittQ J aydon lrn Robert McElroy Best Stick Horse Rider two years old and under four tOO first SOc second 1 50 Best Stick Horse Rider four years old and under nine 100 first SOc second 50 Best Boy Rider1oofirst5Oc second oa ir50 Bpst Girl Rider pnderten years 100 first 5Qc second 50 Best GirURider over 10 years I 100 to first 50c to 2ndl 50 CLASSOL Committee Roger Martin and Booker Robertson Special premium by Boblitt Bishop Livery and Feed Stable Fancy Turnout deco rations pony and occupants to be considered 350 first 150 s cond5 00 Special premium by Dr Barnett Mackville Ky Saddle Pony any age150 Ut 50c d2 50 Special premium by Shultz Riedel Hardware and Plumb- Ing Harness Pony any age 150 first 1OOto2d2 50 Special premium by Geo JIBegemann manufacturer ofI domeMade Harness Boys Saddles and Bridles a speCial- ty Best combined Pony Ring Set of Harness to first 100 to second r Special premiunv by Peoples Deposit Bank Best Turnout Pony wa 9nr harness and oc cupants tube considered 15u first SOc secon2 00 Special premium by First Na Uorial Bank Worst turnout 150 first 50c second 2 00 CLASS H I CgcnxitteeBobbe Shultz Dow ning Robertson and L A Barber Sack Race 1 first 50c 2d 1 50 Most Graceful Couple to walk arpund ring 200 to lau 1 00 sFCond i fa00 Special premium by J E Ear wOn General Merchandist Mackville KyMoit Awk ward Cou lle to walk around the rnK2 first 12d3 OC Free for all any fowl or animal except dog from six inchk three feet high to be jltdi or driven in harneai atylSl and action considered 100 to first v5Jc second tf1r50 Blind Folded Conte t to Boy for RolJrai Wheel BatroW r I lJ J JR8CBlvili i t I itIII t IViIISeparatet Strts1bi I Mdupin th+ Newest tajl Styles v 11 IIThe Famous c r jI I Palmer Garment jtAlways attracts the attention of woitwir l who appreciate good dressing at a t r I REASONABLE PRICE IIWewilIbe1adtoJhaireyucom know ant IfSyou should not find your size in stock C 3 wer wilI be pleasedtG make oyieto yoir measure Satisfaction guaranteed S I We show cloth samples of over 200 Jstyles in suits and cloaks fi I i iWe also wish to annthice the arjival of ashipmeritof the I iI NEWEST FALL f snmLJI br ti J halftrunksfI ancisuitcasesj I I fiotetson GiaybFooka CoIii- I iINCORPORATED I r i ei i 4 t Soft DrInk j p i i iIH j 1 ifiWhatWe tIle practicing physicians of EUzabethtowi taepiaure 1 iin recommendiDg the use of the beverages manufacture by tk llt Durham Bottling Works of this city toTbe pure aM heajtkful fe find the water used by then in their drinks accordingi to ckeflikjU analyst to be pure and as good as can be fouad Both the water cr x and the syrups are filtered before use As tke1tta elG ntek f pains In washing and cleaning their bottles their driakscamot be tR filthy orimpureWeJind they ie mo chemical sWe te1ICI or j Sbarmfulifled1et5 of any kiad JH their drinks but 4i ej oUiiaf y but pure fruit Kavora aad frannlated sugars The driafci cant be J c fre ely used without lJ1terfering wIth paysiciu Xeecti or rany medicine and in some cases we recopiBeM tie IMC them Ik i4 connection with medicines as they will be quite helpful to the i weak and delicate 1 3 W OConnor M D 1LFoiiK Dr ii Jas B GrayfM D S L Tafck M IX J a Mobler MD BA1im r1 Jno M English M D J BDilf K XAJjF P strIck4eTi L D CIaIrai BeaM i j If unable a of vour DealerI 1 t IIcall at our place Dont drink t any other We whoiecal and retail t 4 L11 ALLEN iJ 1ft Nut to Wake iiti l i 0 i seX At ilerticiuss ttt t r You can get Ice c mt i I and Sundaes every day fresh and toothsome Cakes and Candies v fi i I Meals and Lunche tt- a It I J K v vir most any tirneAllkinds ofViSbtt i +K prinks vi I Ij i u 7 17 7I5 FOR GAisa y isroviipEiisi Come and us osrizaf 4 v KATIE HERltEm a fi J 1 d t jt Nearest to Stake 100 tt1t 5oc second f150 Special premium by McCltre A1 Mayes Bicycle Race Around Big Track 250 first flSO second 100 third 145tXtX i Hiw w Avwl AifeiWctts Mbt victims of ajpca14kttleaJ Ithoa 7ho rare habitually COtltipateL Foiejrs Of mo Laxative ctirea ehnwi constipatijbNH by stimulating the IIirc- and bowels and restores the nt1lra1 action of the bowels FeleyYOrifeo Laxative 4oes not aauaeate or grip aad is mild and plWsaat to i Eefuse substitutes Sold by HJh n 4 Rober tsoa II 4 XtMYtIrMrs Btotrh str btiadil- l4agroIr hM f MritkO rJM twlty litst w tk a4s rsIww lara that be IsM a MMtW app4si k si M IlCl laud Lsfcjsr 1rIaC few Kw cdttoa 0Mi e sIM- kiik Ib gg U HM This dMculty ssay ft =ly rmbWax aoM tM jpa Is kt IJ wItb a dy I o T- h5nWQD5iiY5 be dt Ibf haW m ttctne f I l I i TM Pr l ulttte U J yi Wba lie 4rWs tile a 1 e 1d wk W 111n PisMliU Jo dIM bia ak JiIeIUII sa a iia W oeWi I a IAN t ela t wM WfJlAw jI7 sIP tile iS biil ftIit a ow w d us t bI k to w W wYSt b i a lS r t4 II1t V I ab iSa a t w- wi1 J kIsd tM aL MS1 sM t aM S W piti1i wskI1ri IIsbM WSSa- W 4 dId O w aM Jr1iIt 7 s r auM thS M SI t bt q1S ab M- 1aa4 StS tIftlaS npMr a wctIn pipe Ji hiid to 7 wbo wS s6 tM 01 dae pmbsr oOmIt lfTjr f protsly ex IMt till aa6 tb- aautd tbe dtaIn room iiaktai- wtth JaLt t wra w r I I Made TorcKfflis Bodym ri Jj ir iKlv ticvtfI1 taMM iA fhr Attempted Sulcidfrlby Bunj t 1r 0Jl jff tr p nlOIIIfE f MOney In Poker ref t i5 fl fitJ1i v t ftlM Prm lOM X ira bM JMTfBfti t E fw 1M it Itttte Oj ltM etM 4 aWt CeIaaU A v il aM M wi iM fjaaay J to tod life tie te a borrtfria 4 Ir itI tiIItiJt u lbNWJ1La f a JarfIL tsiMssrI w MlI1HVppi kf pact t life bddjr a BUM of bl tI uoits tI IM ai poured i 11 ksd body aDd ojer I I 1l1li + 1 M Wa two ysqais aed set f IrIla XMM on lire With l iv tt4i t On a Lonely Islnd f- J es ht i I tt sIferinfc t rWOiSaiIQrs In Pacific Abandoned I After Thrttfllpiitlit1 Sight of Galapagos Group n 1 Jt 1r at f w 1 + hr imiil t yttratfea oatri lonely JP Lf t Mtmt iii 0M ir Mctitoni eC tIN Nor r JJ Vtrk 4tacMM r Debts who r i Id7 kidid atJ1itbampton ii1J 4tsse to 1tfovI iA t Ngw X I The Moi EI I tlMtwnck it is of disaster irfft k 4iiii 4 bap a saccMrion of calsa r fte wag th lgMiocood oft 1 t the MMm- J l k P otfe t Bi aatt ITM oa one of the yff 4sIIc the islands that the men aooms4 er1y six metM- i 4k 1ftjptoll by oe o the quart toCMMisM a Man MBM Jforrlaoh 1tf tf cMbafk to tk bs1snIng of 1907 proji t iEvsrus wI liNN eodIdoua1at jtl Aior fft three iaontki dgwhich jr yo lMctt Tari l Htttt t r iMfMM ori atM fresh water fe c 1 awi rmdrtakab There Pissfte teIMpe of gettIng Into 1dticRf 1 jLkMf May I 1M WM sighted wWtfa Ik iaj ahi re olw aa i t 1 1ms1 MM OalajMfM iI Ir7 mitt was dS O titc N NIC turl thbut wltfcowt arall v fteJillllUii wot te sight for two cl0 r 1tIe8Hdach i i b s Wkftfiswete Tfcea atitJte bark i J siiaBii tbdrawayfremthei J v uIIaM MbilttoM ML board had become 7 hiniiaa itTPM d fari ito abandon tht T sLaat asakc for the land in j IMT W JM twoet ebre tl ly Me iMMffh koU Ute crew tile i 7Ok to thom oa May 8 leavtag IMr frtt iiMinMt 12JM a e m desperate straggle to siJect k streag current J tsiM it etrry the boats out to sea- M lac jtk boat tkat Iforrteon was In r t aitaicd tit fit out of tke direct cur i jh Mstt aad disttect pcogrwB was made Uwajo w the J1saade It was the L Ie Mft 4ajr afttr akaBdoBtog tllE ship r i 44 UMit 1lMBMai wen able to sqke a i k ty kdtaf JikWi the wtH time they iMt af4t of tk e ptetog boa rc T t kM tg krevgkt diaaDpomtment is 1ht cactaways TIle jfelandl was bar M barrea By spirting cactus f hayes aM svektec the pulp the men rf 4Mk4 their tktnt i4 HfrkaTt I experienced such n rt pl= M M wkea the sap moistened st jay Dps aas acrrisoar p J ThyfMturthadmadeaflre i wMk rif tweW aad seaweed and cook tXl Jr et it in ttx akttl Tbe fire they kept biraIat ay aM nIght ior they lad 4r + eat1 stattifc aaatckes among them k ii Tkey were eo careful that when res p eM thy still had Talae left Zy WTvarIety Ihi their d1t they jatkrt4 ttsae sbctiish and caught ir 5 tw Maoris Turtle fortunately were i rtiM ptesfttL What they longed t foe Bftsct was kreai asd when they t t k ck 4 dowaa few birds they tried i fJ fitei if the kMM lato ionr i i iMUwr ktaBd about a mile distant r BteanA were promising It showed v i Tke ktoUUesa horseman of Sleepy MeUew by lrc M8va rival la Oak ialpjiia to of that MMuk Like the which 4 ike wits out of Ichabod CnMjej ftWi teed also thunders along at the tour b O g Uc awl pure white in color the i b gala aloeg White road near whea tie the farmhouses slumber and tfm bathes hill addvaie In its s wkHe rays bay b BotU fled from tk road to rWcHs its fft hosEs IU oae cbiU atd diirt te iitmtf Baptist kill and TanIa not crest but i Into space o a idswke Is irell la Oak lane on eeaftteee l ctvelIa IJI QIpf f ike etl iifjMa the seise of W iI medlta cU h WPe oMl l Xe 4 at L j ia yardi 7 S M J4 JikJsoay Ian ttorch Prei defied the and the firemen who were galled to the lire barrlcad ad himself jlnj his room and with the tames circling about him danced and aowl jdllkej a demon He Was finally Jiy streams of water thrown him and beaten Into submission i 1tan ax handle pected The firemen put ting out the lire which threatened the tenement house and had caused a pahlcj khioug the tenants I t it r vegetation But they were cut off from It by an jnarsh and their boat had been smashed It was plain not exist lonr where they wefe so four of the mbjt k to swim to the ing an abundance of good water and they swam back to give the news to their comrades and concert ways to teach the better region AU except one resolved to attempt the swim some making life belts to help them keep afloat Ode of the par ty had fallen into despair To all pleas he returned the answer thattthespot where he was was good enough to die ilL He remained behind and later when belp came his skeleton was found on the beach The rest all made the passage In safety They found their new quar ters much better than the old Food was more plentiful and there was no trouble about water t But a new trouble was in store for then The place warmed with ants and The men were cov ered with sores Their nerves were racked l y loneliness and despair and more than one oi mental The mate iq Charge of the boat party lost his mind and for five weeks he had lobe watched day and night lOne of the sailors a German named chaffer Irritated at a sear tfty of oqt on a fool hardy along the cliffs which bordered part of the shore He fell into the sea and was killed Weeks into months The Almost too listless to search for food hey grew to abhor the things they had to eat monotonously and their were all centered on bread Their sight became impaired too hey sat whole days gazing out overlie sea but really rot seeing It They all told of visions of life elsewhere at ome on board ship in ports they had visitedl Early after their landing they had ut up a pole with a shirt for a signal In case any ship should pass that way It was then salvation The other boat had not been lost It had pie Jinhabited islatidst and thecasta Wy crev had been sent to the main iaiid A small chartered schooner was sent from Iqulque tto rain cruising among the Islands and just on the point of giving up tie iueslf It sighted the signal of distress It was Oct 29 Just five months and twenty days from the date of tie fibandonment ftJu bark The stir Horse Terror Ok lane Citizens Noted For Tleir Strict Sobriety j Tl ofHorri I Prwittm That Appears Highways at Midnight Hour IIIsMwrtaltaed Washington LanevThlla according regents apparition frtghUati kicVrrnji midnight tdtfia 1Pt1ntsotcjwattered mj iIcltIHH enterrqrIby- JkeSeatk 1beterI1ng overthe eHJteic agardftner iksowa thegheatrecenfIy5ewys rte1jjJ7swaa CPIrbedkls rLI UtOIeftIntiitcndbabJttJiot itelgbbqrs extinguish coflqtiercd hospfta14qieiesuceeeIed1n Caiman considerable Impassable theycould larlngupderfp 1ttIheytound mosquitoes showed symptoms derangement Completely temporary odstarted cxploripg expedition lengthened timetCravings sunl1ghWznucb madeQnejpf government 1itIleli bnfe11tved 4Headless fyfeiO Akmg tiohi Loudqr and louder rose the npise until Rice turned and stared In amazenlent for tin alj his experience be1 lad never heard siicli a clatter Having passed a turn in the road lie could floe see the approaching horse but the rapidity and thunder of the hoot beats convinced him that the anl nwj was running wild lllce darted to ode side as the noise of the hoofs reached the turn In the road u da moment later he lay In the grass too astonished to move The clatter of hoofs had passed him yet no horse was visible t At 1230 oclock the other morning William Kinsman was walking alpng tbe White road near the spot where Thee had his strange adventure Kinsman had reached the foot of Baptist lull when he heard hoof beats sprangtorun down but he beheld thff phantom hes1ystheintgpurewhitebought Htlfr 6t the size and color ol npiThe r ungry Author The follmvinx bui e tout froiijrih uo boolv of n iiutnbr lose at 5 rind Md a soaiwtxtid n glass of cold varor for breakfast Retired early In the evening jyitU out stippe us feared the neighbor voud be annoyedlbr the rattling the knives and orksSt Louis R iJ AaAAAAJ Th1i4tjg 01gb continues 7ecI ytent exhausted anti O eelTN Tb c t Emtl1ndn 0tQt l Jr II theiyoiwentiresystetnC 2tweO44r rTTIIT I 7 City Ordinance f The City Co 1oH of the City ofiSpringfield Ky do ordain as foI1ow Section 1 vTaJ the following portions of territory adjoining beIto and made part of the sjdd City of Springfield Ky and described follows Beginning at stone inl H Thurjnans field ap original corner thence S 21 E t35 poes to a stone on the North side of Mackville and Springfield turnplje in 1cL ihiirmans land thence S 23 W 814 poles crossing said f urp pike to a stone in E S Maye- sJtfhldand backof said Mayas re idence thence S 76 W 1- 4P91t0l the Perryville and Teas turnpijkevsamt crtursp continued 716 poles to an oak tree in James J Royaltys and back of said Royaltys barn thence 1 Sat W 1b7 poles to a stone in MrSj Simms and Hert liens line thence N 81t W 23 poles to Springfield and Lebanon turnpike corner to Mrs Lawrence Southwest corner of yard thence N f7 W 1676 poles to corner to Majyes Sfmms and Water Light Co thence with the boundary of said Water Light Companys land as it meanders witH the West side so as to include said lands in said City limits N 78f W 6 6 pols Nf 36 W1432 poles N 23 W 282 poles to stake in fence thence S 84i W 11 1 jpnles to a black ash N B9l W 7fr poles to a walnut tree N 40 E 11J poles N 17i W 2371 poles N 82tE 22 POles N 28 W2212 pllt s N s5J E 16 pol BJN 16 E IS poles N 32 + W 812 poles N 25 E 148 poles to T W Simms corner thence N 55 E 156 poles crossing the Bardstown and Springfield turnpike to a stone InT Y Mayes field thence S 67 WJ90Q feet to a stone in Fair grounds thence MS W 750 feet to stob in Eas tern edge of Pair ground track thence S 67 W 1618 feet to stob in Springfield Water Electric Light Co lands thence S23E 750 feetio stob in TW Simms line above reservoir thence iN 67 W 1750 feet to a stone in T W Simms field tbenca S 23 E 3650 feet to astune fn Hertleins deli thence N 67 E 1270 feet to a st hein Royaltys field j thence S 23 E 1482 feet to a stob in E S Muyes held thence N 23 E 1500 feet to a stob in Thuritians field thence N23 W 1400 feet to a stob in Dominicks line thence N 67EI452 feet to the begin ningSectiqn 2 It is further orI dained that after the aforesaid boundaries ard territory iia hereby annexed to the City of Springfield Kentucky tbat the present arid correct boulndyor said city shall be aifollos Ueg bning at a stone in I H Thnrmans field an original corner of said CityJimits thence S IE 135 poles to a stone on theN rth side of the Springfield and MAckvjllei turnpiko road in I H rphurmansland at 2 thence S 23 W81 4 pJe crossing saH turnpike to a stob at 3 in E S Mayes Jr yesteidenceJ4 poles to Perryville fjnd Texas turnoike thence sam course continued 716 poles toan oak tree in James L Royaltys land and back of said Royaltys barn at 4 thence if 83k W 137 poles to a stone at 5 in Mrs Simms and H0rtleins lands thence N 7lf W23i poles to Lebanon and Springfield turqpike corner 6 to Mrs Lawrence southwest corner of yard thnceN 67 W 1076 poles to 7 corner to Mayes Siwrnsand Water Light Cor thence with the boundary of the said Water Light Co s land as it meanders with the west lide so as to induce said lands in said Guy limits N 78w 69 poles N 36f w 1432 poles N 23 w232 poles to a stake in fence o 4tV Jl1poles to black ash N 39J w J7 poles to walnut tree N 40 j E 11 poles N 1 7f w 237 poles N 32 E 22 poles N 28 w 22 72 poles N 451 E 16polsN 16 E 18 poles N82i w 812i lesto20TIW Simms corner thence N 55 E I56 poles crossing the Bards town and Springfield turnpike to a stob in J Y Mays field thence R 67 E 2122 poles to the beginning i Section 3 That after this pub1fsheshall become and be the true and fixed lines and boundaries of the City of Springfield Ky John w Lewis Mayor Attest F fiNoe Cler- kPOLEYSIIOE1AbTA IIFNdJ II Gigantic Tobacco Union t Bowlibg Green Ky Aug 21- ExceptTfor its formal ratifica lion by the various tobacco org anizations which is p1 elvper1 iuDCioryt the charter has been adopted whclf forms into one gigantic union practically every tobacco growers Association of this O uttryAt a meeting which closed Attan early hour this morning thR Union Tobac co Society was formed compo ed cf all the tobacco organiza tions in Kentucky Tenrfessee Indiana and Ohip with a repre sentative from the tjaacao growers from Wisconsin Tne charter provides 11 at iis principal plcJcaof business shall be in liouivlle with oranch offices at such othr places rs the be t interess ot ihf corp Ltion may require It has no capital stock not being organiz ed for profit The incorporatoro named are JW Dunn Whiiesville W E RibosS Sacramento William Ell joLt flenderspn E F Brown Bradley Wilson Madisonville J W Swallows H 1F Ray Lake Tnd 5 M Rice Kirk mansville C Helsey t Taylors Hill w G l cChord Spring geld L DPendleton Winchcf tterj E F Doss Greenvillej J J Rice Bancroft M 0 Hughes Bowling Green I J 0 Whallen LogansportIThe purpose of the societty is set down to foster and prompt ttye interest of all the growers of tobacco in the United States by dissemiiatinginformation relat ingto plantingdrowiDgh u8inJl handling and selling of tobacco and to thus and by other means improve the quality of tooacco to assist in the sales of tobacco arid toact as agents to that end to assist in securing fair and re munerative prices for tobacqo and to these ends and for the promoting of these objects toco operate with other tobacco so cfeties cbrporatipnsand organi zations having the same general objects in view It is declared to bethe purpose of the organization torbe came thacetrai head and gen eral association in which all tb present tohacco societies may unite and through the same may act and transact business as a unit and as one body and to decline aIJ controversies be tween the different organizations membera of this society and to thus simplify and reduce to uni formity thjs various methods and means of producing hand ling storing and selling tobacco ISO fat as practicable Cured Hay fever aii f Simmer Cold A Cusbaum ateaville Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three monts with a summer cold no distress flhg thatit Intersered withoniy busi tom91ofIton did notreach my case and Itook sevcralvxnedicines which seemed only to aggravate it Fortunately insist ed itipon having Folevs Honey and Tat It quickly cured me My wife has since used Foieys Honey acjd Tar with the same tuccett old by Hay don Robertson OUR BIG COUNTRY A Season When tha Sun Never Sets on the Stars and Stripes There is only one flag tha the sun never sets onthe Brlth But the American flag Is a close second for the sun during half the year never sets on it either That Is jtb say these two are the only flags t tthrsunls conI tlnno sly shining over nomatter what his position tbe neavens the one all the year round and the other during exactly half the year from March 22 to Sept 22 Of course It Is true that on no day at all during the year can the sun be seen from any two points of continental United States at air ilmes during a period lof twentyfour hours But the United States naval observatory has made careful calculations which by in eluding Alaska Porto Rlcjo and the Philippines show that between the nevlerPerhaps nothing could m be us realize how great a nation our expanded country Is better than thslmple as tronomical fact Moreover within these two dates there ate iJso several other pairs of eastern and vesterji extreme points where the s mo condi tion obtains though for m icb shorter times It is not generally know n but the easternmost pointfltn the United States and its Island possessions i In the land of Port i Ricojlongltude 65 de grees 12 minutes wet latlude 18 degrees 2G minutes north Tlie western most point is in Balpbe Islmd in the Philippines longitude 116 degreeI 40 minutes east latitude d degrees 0 mIn tnorth Vheu the sun is at what he callndar male call north declination of 0 degrees II minutes that is to say on JJarch mid on Sept 22it rises in Porto jllco at icx actly the same time that It jpets In the island of Balobe Between theSe two dates during the winter months the loll does set on the United States an- ddur1ghet remainder of the year the notScrap4Bo t flodol i r 111OiIStICkI Relieves sour aIj iuUotio thehaL Digests whatyoa 5A At the W8ISt r I liftIION 7 ERCi51SCffOO1 OfTHES Orff1rOPzi 2i BwCNs R1Tf XOWDDRES BOWLiNG GREEN BUSINESSUN1VERSIT BOWLn iiiRj GARDEN NOTES emLat SummerWerk Neglected Apt t elr The most Important point now lathe uiture of g4d vegetables qrnot kind 3 to see that they keep groxfinn freely load quality la always absent from vegetables1 thut are stunted and grow lowly during hot weather They are pugh and stringy Instead of tender when cooked while saluds are never irlsp and nice under the circumstances One of the plants that teed a great deal of water Is celery The young plants should now be growing freely and happy Is the grower who has a good water supply arid can run the hose Into the trenches at wilt and keep the roots always moist Celery with the roots In a cool moist soil Is lade pendent of the weather dno matter how hot the sup It will grow rapidly the leaves soon spreading1 out Sand forming a fine shade for the roots Wheie this convenience Is not at hand Ud watering by band has to be resorted to the job l herculean if much celery Is grown but It must be at tended to until the plant are strong enough to take care of themselves The grower who uses plenty of decayed manure In his trenches as we advise will be reaping the benefit now In the healthy strong growth of the plants IPotatoes need a lot of cultivating HOW and until finally banked up they must be kept hoed frequently The potatot bug is never so destructive In plots well cultivated though of course spraying should oe followed up for th 8e and for fungoid diseases As the early4 rows are lifted late cabbage and coleworts may be planted or In beau ties favorable for their growth Savoy cabbages and the various kales for winter use There is still time Seven for leeks though those transplanted now will not be so large as those putout earlier They wIll however be very useful for soups and flavoring Where good lettuces are desired thIn the rows early and again when the thinnings are large enough for use They will not do as well row trans planted unless very carefully looked after and It is best to sow thinly where they have to stand preferably In a shaded or partially shaded border Late tomatoes are haying a good time the warm dry weather suiting them well if the plants are kept right atthe roots and well cultivated The early plants are getting Veil set with fruit and as this begins to swell freely the plants may be fed and watered a little more liberally Keep a sharp lookout for the side shoots and pinch them out regularly as they take the strength away from the flower and fruit clusters As the stems grow se cure them to stakes or wires whichever Is most convenient so they will not be blown about by high winds Cucumbers outside are beginning to fruit and tie vines must not suffer for lack of nutriment Continue to pinch the points of the shoots of the young plants where they have not a sufficient number of vines and as the fruits develop cut them when quite gOIfothan a large crop cut as soon as ready Where shallots are fully grown they may be pulled and laid in the sun to dry but let them have another week or two If not ready Continue to feed I the onions as long as they are roVI- ng and draw out at once any attacked by maggot or mildew AUTO POWER IN FARMING The Ingenious Device of a Connecticut Farjner An enterprising farmer E 0 Belden of Suffolk Conn uses his automobile lIlustraItion shows the auto in position and connected with one of the farm ma chines He uses it Quite extensively for driving a wood saw The wheels are blocked to keep the machine steady items sticks of Wool The Cause of Many Sudden Deaths There is a disease prevailiiig in this country most dangerous because so decen t bv 3Iauysudleii1eaths it heart dis I IIheartr apoplexjare Often t1f result of kid Ikidney0110 etltOadan the kidneypoison ill ed blood will tapk me vital organs causing catarrh ofI the bladder or the kidneys themselves break dbwn and waste away cell by cell resultfropipropertreatment bytakingremedyItscalding pain in passing it and o audIcomes that unpleasant necessity of dayandnight The mild and the extraordinary- effect of SwanlpRoot is soon realized If It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pleasant to take and isJ sold by all druggists iiTfiftycent and one dollar size bottles You may have a sample bottle of this wonderful new dis itbothsentmet Co Binghamton N i Vhen usI1attdrcerybottleaJ I Pains at the waist back frontfor side are arIysur i proof ffeinalSome other trntisigns are headache presing down pains irregular functions sst1Eness cold hntbs nervousness etc These paIns bemay rallayedand the the systwomanly functions regulated by theuse of CarduiMrs j from the grav after three 3 doctors had failed to help fritescme It Gardni is l saVed ne and I recommend It to l1 suffering w women For saIeataIl druggililll alOOdmedlCtne WRiTEUS A LETTER GRADE CPMMERCLTL REAVIIFVLSECURE or maKiflg small holes in tile ground Into which the wheels are set To connect with the machine Mr Belden made tin extension for the crank shalL The extension has a flange with holes for cap screws which are threaded Into tile huh of the balance wheel the AUTO JOWEB ON THE 7ABK balance wheel being on the end of the crank shaft in this type of automobile Other styles of autos might require different methods ot connection The machine as arranged makes n very convenient addition to the farm equipment b lng available either for travel or for farm pojwer or for a combination when work Is to be done In locations sope dlsfahce from the farm Most Useful Tree The caraahnlxx palm of Brazil Is sale to be the worlds thstt useful tree It gites to the people of that couutry t everything drugs to cattle feed medlclneabloodpolish and 4s In demonH by cabinet makers Tim sap becomes wIne or vin egar nccordhg to the way it ia pre pared and stigar and starch may also be made from the sap The fruit of the tree Is used as cattle foodandhI nut it bears Is a fairly good SUbStitute for coffee From the pith of the tree corks are made Competed to Walt Awhile A prominent senator from the Pacific coast called Iat the White House not long ago nail made a strong plea for the appointment atOne of his constitu eats to a local federal office In his state etmesec said the president bringing his Jaws together with a snap wasnlt Mr in Jail five years ago No Mr president said the senn tor somewhat taken aback bathe was in Jail twelve years ago He war I1thevestigated the case audi I amtfatlafled that the manvwas Innocent and never should have been convicted His con viction was agross miscarriage of Jus tlce Well senator said the president afterl have finished appointing all the men who have managed to keep out of Jail I will take up your friends case The senator telegraphed his man that thejigwastp Haskell of Oklahoma OklahomacratIc national committee Is a imtlvi of Ohio and his early years were spent nfIeducation and began his career tisn schoolteacher At the age of twenty one he was admitted to the bar and began tile practice of law at Ottawa O Here he made his first essay into lmILEii N ISinLIJIJll pbJlJcs Hi was t mcuberof the l Ohlt legislature und aleC made a caox I pagi for governor of his native state In 1001 he removed to Muskogee I TH and hung out his shingle us u aw i prepticeand other construction work buildingi He is a man of soue mOans and bas never shown 4 disposition to antagonize pulItsserthlefair share of tuxes Mr Haskell was stttutlonalelected the first governor of thesnew state bavejarppainsb jja the back This is due usually to kidney trouble Take DeNVitts Kidney and Bladder Pills they will promptly relieme weak back back to achq rheumatic pains and all Kidaeyi h nd Bladder disorders Sold and rec ommended by the Red Cross Drngd THE UILJJtZH- KENNEDYS KK IT L T1VLS COUGH SII rit 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