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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2r tA i 1 Il r r 1 Mil SEWEft VOL XV NO35 b t WASHINGTONI COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBERXJOi 1908 t u mit Jt fe OKII P TRDSIY PRACTI- CALDEN1IST 1 Qflcc frer Havfe I- P Barter M1 workMrIOMDM pos I kvsrsntd1- PIUNGLD ICY1 I BfBECTOftY if F aPIiGY1z C9 ty seat of Waahlia ciatii5I miles scwth east 1t LeZlJlCtGtl Jt mIle from 110isii On rdtw brck of Lo i riUe lad Naskyille iailrod bt a larmUw fcikt sgrieltral district Twebi t tgrak aM te1epIt- eliesisra1ocejour ii s lttmber ymrtH J tatiop 1700 yolatk of- cooitty ism Xf MitatiTelfl CfWfrcw HOB BeirtoiC aprsatative inXeiatacky LgIt mce JIeI WC JiCcChord H ff te tatirei Wate Senate HOB f 111 CiapbotUnll XT Pi = trttyDlrKt y r clOUIT COURT w the rfoartM Clr tcQirt begs WfT ii rear May ptO- GtOL4 LiraJRtlg L Dtra CGa BttkAt J Oriyitj AN Cl kIjIMT1eac1I pstercow1a j l t e QTJAMERLJY COURT A illCcloU l held on thethlrd l aiy iaeaeta moptk r11fley 3bide j COUNTY coURT JiCata C wtyCo irt mefett cm thefbmrth ckit3JLjtseyJudte j wroer eontyClerk t T Stayer C61uty Attorney tGocge Catlett Jailet t ndeYr I uDt- ck EtdlcanSB l U Master 1 Pp j IerIe I Moore County Sunre oiTr Ja3t4 Jt i4Assesor t v w lt IIDeitY7 10bCt 1Treasarer sl X iofftoery Coroner JIW h1I Supt of COBIOD i 0 Sprlq1d vr uI1n COURT aJaiRJoiitiQ acerlMars1al f WFGtigsbyCi Attorney51 I i roSTICECOtrRTi 3flaCCCtlflS SXC held i Janaary nly April Said Oetobdr ii Church Directory ICWTHODIST u n CBt44 Rev G w Lyon Pastor Set ice OB the First and Tlirdr Snudav in abk siontb atll ain and 730 pmo SwndaylcfaGol every Sunday aUOamE Prayer tetiflg every wdaesday- aigkt Ir s CATHOUGCHURCH- ReyVl F Hennessa Pastor Ser rlceiliyetY aday at 8 andiooclocl aim Services at St Rose saWe how PKSBYTERJA1 OHURCH Rev R E C Lawson Pastor JPftMKchint every Sunday at 11 am t Mint t p na Bmndosi school everj 1J8lJdav it 10 am Prayer 1IIettrtt Tjiry TJal day eTeulnjr at 7 oVvJocb BAPTIST CHURCH f Rer lFn finrriton Willia Pastor Preachingeyery fennday at 1 a Sand i t 745 pm Sunday School everTI g adayiatS 30 a a Prayer meeting every TBMday evening l 745 oclock CHRISTIAN CHURGfi Rev WF Rogers Pastor ser vices first and oiulh Sunday Sunday Chool 90am r FrtJ rtkr MASONICLODGE Spriugeici lodge o 50 nee9 jritaad tliirii Monday Jlra 9Jit WaaJ1J1rtonR AGhapter No S ectlevery secsts1TJlesdav t Springficd Cuc1tlo52 meefli o1J KJQ krv1oarthMono1a9 Gf TKicMAOgz7SMeet A irocr jnc J i ir J Hr JIadig stlnI Ca II Jr Wt14 of btI v IUIJt b ftSf a47OV woy Try tM lilt u d f IiktIapt snk to tH dealer at ezc 1LkIi to lyou 44Ird of the hp 1ts nIMi rT a DigestsWhatYouEal M Makes the StMcsch Swo IsatraccsilIDJcROU Plue STOE f i W1 r re j w v I f I TJIEj NI3WS=LI4D13RI 7 f t ccr 61 It If To Mrs Luly Lee Water J I J fBy her old Pastor Mijes Sounders A The scenes which greeted girlish eyes 1 Aridstple thehappy hours away fl Were canopied with sun1Jt skies r+ tv And strewn with flowers bright and gay lAs she skippedgaily through theTeens i1 i v J Those scenes had somewhat solemn grown It J Cl SoflOwers toripened turned Cjl t She reape abotitas sliehad sown c 4 And gathered mostly what shed eal dt- Ji e While walking stately thro the Thirties i I iCt They who impart to others light V J e 7f Arendininishingtheirown1 t But make their own paths doubly r ghtIi i I I A Two torches now where was but onelt 1 While stooping slowly through the Forties C Good woman clothed in Christian Light v t And always warnied with Christian Love c Gives out the earths most charming sightIBeauty reflected from abWe When she at last goes meekly home Shepherdsville Ky Sept 1908 cPardoned Yesterday Acting Governor Cox pardoned Garfield Divine J who aisent to the penitentiary trbnl this county last Feoruary for a term of two years on a con- victIon for horsestealing Divine came from Frankfort last night He and Doljph Hatchell a negro were indictpctcri taking a horse away from David Derr inger a boy1 The negro plead guilty andwasgiventwo years in the penitentiary by aJury at the November term last yaar He was brdught backfrom Frank fort to testify against Divine who had evidently used him as a tool A hard fight was made to acquit the white manbutthe jury found Mm guilty Divine has a bad record and frequently figured in the police courts The ews of his release following close upon that of murderer Abe Denny aroused much indigna ion here r HatchIl Ptiiitentiary It was also tipped on good authority aVFrnkfort yesterday that ILjE Hammons who was sent upf or nine years in Febru ry 106 for bigamy will be pardoned in the near future Hammons married Miss McDonr Ieiof Burgin when he already had a wire Petitions were out yesterday askmgfbr the pardon of Buster Philips wbp killed his wife and wounded his sister nla the tip being given th la pardon has been agreed uponf An effort will also be made to btain the r ldase off Charles Reed the negro who waritqnlv shotlQhiei of Police Smith and destroyed the sightof one of his eyeg Kirroasburg Oem c at Old FeutlRenew rd Danville KySepvJthnW- right a pjomitientarmer was killed at Junction City late this by Dr Benjamin Dur barn a prominent druggist ot that place Qnty one shot wab fired and penetrated Wrights neck breaking it Death came instantly The killing was the result of an old scooting scrape that Wright and Dr Durhamfia- dfivyears ago sbootJ one 1ofhistory county curred directly in frQnt of Dr Purhams store in i1ntically the same spot upon which Wright fell this afternoon Many shots were exchanged and Wrights left lung was shot out and Dur hams foo wasshot off by Wright Fright lingered at the point of death for many months but4finally recovered and untl cecently hadben engaged in the timber business m Tennessee Durkam was also disabled for mapy months bat finally became able to walkf about h stofe iby the means of a cdrk foot Sheriff Coulter i of this city jvect to Junction City arid placet Oarhaij uridej arrest BaLe tngiia existed ixJweenJDurhaii irid Wright sinc3 the lorlini difficulty Both Durham and Wright have families Durham nas been placed under guard un cil the examining trial which will btheld Monday i FpleyB Orino Laxative a gew ieJiHdan isQproyeiHemt ua the laxa iveajWtforHKryeare as It does not rIpe rsaHeavt8aBd Is pleasant tr tike It is gaaranteed Haydon Robertson LEBANON LOCALS roin he Leader soldbiBrown and Mr W H Brown Price 10925 ghtofthree miles east of town known- a the Ralph Spalding farmi The farm contains 200 acres and sold at 50 an acrejThe fine mare of F L Dant The Lifter yinCharleston Tnd Saturday the purse Ring 400 and best time 221 14 His horse Tefmachu won tbird money in the 230 trop Weduesdayoilastweek planbxougbth whiskey in local option doses and one jersey cow all that is registered at the sweating box since our last report Owner of cowQo9Ltheno questions asked so with us he shall be nameless evermore Mr T M Esteu President or the Home Teiephooe Company informs The Leader that service f4sasposi1e1 pects to have all whtdeirei ser vice connected ith the ex change There is necessarily some delaythat could notba for seen but the work is progressing finelyl a d4hetiuief will be very jipglingalltownjI s Hojvto get Strong 13 DZi1of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tells ofa way to become strong He says My mother who Isold arid was very feeble is deriving so much benefit fromElectric fitters tposewhomedicine about it In my mothers resultedInsomniIis ste dily grqwing stronger Elec tric Bittersquickly remedy storiqh liver and kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at Haydon Rob ertsons drugstore SOc A Mountaineer GeorgeIhat fish to town Monday and had 0Iing to try ttlei level country left hIs mountain fastnesses and moved to Owen county He located iin a certain precinct in the county arid when election day rolled around went to exercise his rightsunder the constitution but found when the votes were cpuntedthat out of the 176 cast his was theonlyRepublican vote Ho said he would bedoggoned iit that suited him and he pulled up stakes and came into Mercer County and bought 20 acres of land in the cliffs above the Salt Spring and paid for the whole tract wiLha crop of tobacco raised on two acres of it He lives on the river bank and is as hospitable a man as can be found in the county This year he picked 500 gallons of bhck berries has caught the biggest tish m the river jii a member of the Burley Society and feels just as happy as a big sun flower Gpl Q inn bought the big fish at 10 cents k pound Harrods burg Herald nkIiEW DliCOEIII 1Will 5r Iy Still fl Guik farmers Institute An Opportunity for FarmersI to Get Instructions of vvhiclijhey Fail to Take dvantage rJ8Mes rdl ir the eraployNjf the Kentucky Bu reau of Agriculture were here two days last weekto instruct the farmers of Washington oun tvon some points in the pro fession of farming Tesegen tlemen are well equipped for their work and gave some valu able information and instructions in improved methods of farming which Will doubtless prove of advantage to those who were present and heard But for some unaccountable reason the ff rnlersof Washington jcojinty afc well as other counties in Ken tucks fail to exhibit any degree of interest in these Farmers In stitutes The t tate is at great expense in supporting this agri culturial bureau and sending out benefiFoftQe thatth Tsrm rs generally do not take greater interest The expense of supporting this bureau comes of course out of the pockets of the tax payers of the Stale of which the farmers re presenl the biggist portion Intelligent farming is as much eta science as the other pro fessions arid tfie farmers of other states are rapidly being aroused wan ajppreciation of that fact arid are taking advan tage of all the instruction they Scan get along that line Ken lucky should lIin line if she proIcession The Washington County Farmers Institute was called to order lbYW Glaybrooke who acted io the place of his father JBClaybrooke president of the Washington County Farmers Club who was prevented by ill ness from belngpreseht W Aol Clements was elected chairman of themeetmg and Ben Haydori secretary The program was not followedl closely on account of the failure of scSme of the gertleinen to coine upwith their part of it Messrs Walker and Roudebush however provided plenty of entertainment for the crowd by their intelligent band lingiof various subjects relating to farming Mjft Walker gave some valuablehinjbs about wheat prepargrow1ngsE78 selection ation of soil etc andMr Roude busb t9ld inan entertaining miner what theUnited States and State epartments aredoing for the farmers Wednesday night MrrRoude bush who has bpent sojne time in Alaska arid in the Pplar regions beingthe sole survivor of an illfated Polar expedition delivered a lecture on the sub ject of Uncle Sam4 Land of the Midnight Sun The lecture was very enter lining 1IrI Roudebush besid sbeing a practical instrubtor iid an orator of no mean ability His descrip tion offyhe Aurora Borealis was pronounced by many as thefinest piece of descriptive oratory ever heard iq Springfield The Court House vas well filled at the vdr ing session and all enjoyed Mr Roudebusha lecture On Thursday Messrs alker and Roudebush gave some inter estihg talks orr a variety of s6b jects among whicty were Crime against th soHuU9rn growing Seed Selection Planting etc1 ndttWhy Farmers should raise SheepJJ S J Smock made quite a good talk on the subject of Farm and Town Sanitation The institute adjourned Thur3 day afternoon PILES get Iinediatt ret frsm DrSboops Majc Ointment iIttsaopity when sick ones drug the stomach stimulate the Heart and Kidneys That is all Yrongfl A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves always And this is also true of the Heart and Kidneps The weak nerves are instead crying out for nelp This explains why Dr Shoops Restorative promptly helping Stomach Heart and Kidney ailments The Restora tive reaches ont for the actual cause of these ailments the failing Iinside nerves Anyway test the Restorative 48 hours It wont cure so soon a that but you will surely know that help is coming Sold by Red Cross Drug Store IThe Difference The difference between a and IeC iiggerisotte Inegro of discussion One week we saw the differ ence well exemplified A llady drove up to a hitching post an olcltime darkey who was sitting near jumped up took off his tat tered old hat bowed to the lady and hitched the horse A young ofJspades who was sitting by the old aarkey paid no attention and would not have offered any assistance at all The old man was a negro while the lazy good for nothing imp who sat by his side was a 4 niger One had been raised to know rightfroni wrjng And command ed the respect of white and colored people alike while the other had been given a spattering education and allowed to loaf instead of work By the wax the good oldtime darjffes are getting Very scarce There are some in this locality vho have the respect of everybody buji their raqka are thinning Lancaster Record A Paylnf iHVestmeit Mr John White 9f38 Hlghiaii1I tIAve Houlton Maine says been troubled with a cough every winter arid sping Last winter I tried many advertised remedies but the cough continued until I bougha 50c bottle of Dr Kings New Disco vf ery before that was all gone This winter the same happy result has followed a few doses once more ban ished the annual couph I ani now convinced that Dr King New Dis co rYis the best of all cough and lun rem 4ies Sold under guaran tee afHydon Robertsons drug store 450c and 8100 Trial bottle free 1 Human Flight AlI pf u who tqt1oWtheconrs of inyentiori fhave long since come to recognize the psycho logical of a sud den the nomftsuwhen failure are fo tj the vital secret of success and from a score of directions coma the record of achievement fljhere was the same splendor of result in the early 40s with the tgle graph and in ttfe 70s with the eledtric lig tWben but onfe mvpntoriifii dealing with a prob llem it is usually safe to infer failure but when genious jost les for a foothold on the virgin r territory you may safely assume hat the new art is just about becoming the property of man kicdFromIccReali Navigation of the Air hysGeorge H Guy iin trie American Review of R e1 views for September Tickling or dry Cqughs will quickly loosen when using DrShoops Cough Remedy And it is so thoroughly harmless that Dr Sboop tells mothers to usei nothing else even for veryI youoff babied The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous slrfub give the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Remedy It calms the cough and heals the sensitive bronchial membranes No opium no chloro form nothing harsh used to injure dr suppress Deman Dr Shoops AC1 ceptno other Sold by Red Cross Drugstore i i FREE Got His Booze Rat Row had a treat on Camp bellsViile the early part of tbisi week A coon from that city enr ute to New Rope whisperedI to a Hen as ha passed through Lebanon that he was going to get himself thiee1 gallons of the 1real fire water Wben the next train from New flope reached St Marys his1fend fl and this frierds two other friends were waiting to inform him that the tram was to be raided by officers at Lebanon and for Mr Coon to turn the liquor over to the 1 to bring to LebanonuAnd await their arrival bb1wtne depot At last reportsMr Goon had waited for fortyseyen hours Lebanon Falcon U hef Happy you must have good health You cant Uavegood bealtn if your liver is not doing its daty slow but sure poisoning is going on all the time under such circnmstauces Ball cls Herbine makes a perfeitly healthy liverkeeps the stomach and bowels right and acts as a tonic fort entire system Sold by Red Cross Drug Store x After Them PADUCAH Kyk newtaove in the night rider prosecutions was made when witnesses front Kentucky were summoned to tes tify for the defense iiq Montgom ery county Tenriessee in the prosecution for the murder of Vaughan Bennett who it is charged wasa young night der ambushed while making V raid A gdneral conspiracy embracing njgbjt riders in both States may be laolished Witnesses from Ten Ssee will testify in ilie Kentucky trials The latter move itdjcates evidence twiutine tc the men higher up The Tennessee cases are called for Mon day I t Have YiutBafcy- Then watch It cjpsely And above all hinga dont let it suffer for any length of time with worms that is fatal If its complexion gets yellow pasty if It is listless cross or pee isb gets thiir suffers with Bitulence lV9it Vhlta Cream Vermifuge The only care that never fails anti has no bad effects Sold by Bed Cross Drug Store J 2dOO for a Berkshire Sow t r At a public sate of Bet ksfiire hogs held August 19tb at Kirk p s ville Mo by Drs Still Laugh liri 50 head averaged 14995 With the exception of two sows however prices only reached a moderate level The top flrice j was 2000 at which figures W EC Darnell of Artnlngton Ill Sei cured Duchess 279ih farrowed February 1908Sh is tbe Worlds Fair champion and is 1bredding on this sow was materially stimulated by an offer of 600 for the choice boaT hog Iin her prospective litter t The other high priced sow was Lees ArtrulBelle 62nd by Lord Premier Gep C Councl ofo Vandalja Ill took this oneat 6 1012 50 Farmers Home Jbur 4nalI L ToLI Subscribers For a 1imiedbme wcwilliv absolutely free of charge to each new or rrnewincs1icribera years subscription to t Sdten AgriCBltpist- A ASH VIILE TEN N 1i 1 i iofihas expired order NOW and get this i iAddreii- t The NewsLeaded 1I Ky tJff e thePo1e tai W Change oHa From Jmemoriaj tht polef cat time has be naB OtttoMJk among animalsl The worldliM respected him it nag nverlov d him rrhere are cwkiaof hip qualities and attribute wfej h forbid a closel Butow iha QkatQ a rrentarkafelt scientific discovery all this Iis to be changed T o polo cat ia io have not only hispresent pILe S gm mg the living beautiful crea tures oftneolltot door butwiil Ibearamessageotfragrnce to the world as well Jtiis prom a Mississippi weekly Ihatwe gteto the glad tidings A entleinn farmer of thatstate who 1i1 thS proprietor of chickenfarm lhas also a pole cat farki jie r by it Not long agO his chickens fill1 sick He mixed coil oil in their feed and was surprised to find that the next batch of eggs his faithful hens produced snelUd s rangly of petroleum A bright idea dawned upon him His fake flushed with the joy pf anticipated discovery His her1 throbbed wildly even as New tons must have beat what he noted with delight that the apple djd not fall up insteadof town inIIwliyIlODgIbated the odor of his pole cat lriny Now he mixes Jlivanderti borgamot and orange flowers with the food which her giverthe pretty little animals The reiulte are all that the most fastidipiis nature could wish a delicti aitdI delightful odor hangar about the pole cat farm nowa sctt that vies with the violet and pute the musk rose and the magnolia to shame Thus is an animal of lovely appapce but ol terribl repntation tranformed rntgrVt creature fit to be the thjem aiinspiration of ajrbole schooll of ivric OetsDon Jtoiliiw vinr Uncle ReusTs EMM Magazine for Septemberr fOImKImmDlkea 1ds au4 Plsddsr Commissioners Sale Washingtonircti1tCourt1 Ky Eyin Birch Adnir etc Plff EqQltyWalterBy virtue of a Judgment aid order of sale of the Washinfteacrrcult Cour1 TeIJdered t the ay term 1903 in the above Atyle qL15e I slallproce to offer for sale o e premises onI TUESDAY SEPTEMBEBi Z1ioi At 2 oclocfc P M or there about to auctlOttfuponyears the following described ptn erty to wit A tract of land situated in Wash ington county Ky oa the Mackvilj dirtiroad and bounded as follows Be ginning in the middle of the ubr- oad corner to thp lands of B F Divine and Cooksey Bros theace JII14 W 172 80100 poles to a post coor ucUnei a point in the middle of the Willkburj and Corniihville turnpike thence with its meanders with the middle thereof SCO W 10 poles S J0w2l polesS 331 w 8 poles S 231 w 16 44ijpoles N 84Jf w ft poleaN w 4 pok NfiOwiiolesN w7ole N7P J w poles near the middle of a bridge ver Rock Run thence leavior th pike up thq wt prong of RokB 5810 poles to the mouth of aOthtranch thence up that branch 32l100 poles to a stake cornet l latH Cooks olrospoles to the middle of the cowtar J road corner to the same tbevce wtta meanders of said road with the middle thereof N 68 EC4 poles N83E24pok N 86 E 10 poles S 82f E 10 poke S U EJfl2poles57L1Epoles S 47 tf H30 poles thence S 44 1 43 pelts totbe befbmIcOlltalJar ir ef 128 acres Farm linvelUocatecl in a good nelghDorhood ud1a ComTemitpt 1 to schools and churc siGood pro ductive land MA4Ox1Cfeet All other iMOiiiMixy iN proYemet1 laci I well wi tared and ia ftry dsirM- iI laMIfrp f lu Hk i v tI 9 hfdMK 11J estutgWill be re Mri i rltbthiee term Ai G LEACHMAK M 0 W C f thAi1verblit4caI1d P4cumtI Ii bs- iii b- yi1tb i jilrtakay tt i Alt AoexeLaI N 1t I 1uatIi tl lr 1I fJIll biy Bet QofI DT abt 1 t 1 tt r i tVt 1 t 4 SUJJeJtI4i1AJr6 Mr 1t j 4 aN41i4jict fr r lJi i SPRINGFIELD SpigfIe1d ccqaaintioeHihip 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ackWlUallti fturotr rtaif d1 rLc s W JTHB NElllSLE1 DER 7w 7V lit WSfADlR 4usL4i aTftviY t aiIPIIG1IELDKYs t ti LLDAVI9ON Jr 5MFrragtbnried to anaopnce r Mr4 ttfe JWrtk Ceafressioaal PUtrlcjtt hj fe to the action of the DaParyWut thcano ice Dr tAVIDW GAbP a a cUdldte tW Kefwicia tfcket for Con I i jsr frothourth Coapress t ifcwj diMrict ic IERpT y TC arfe attioriVd to announce A C Ie H rbiM ia i TifritHntr Joe the nom 11aM for Sfceriff of Washington I c wtyf i jectto the actio of theI 9f j imtiesRichardtifeKttii1 M rrittn amdHubertltirgln t We are awtlwjriied to announce S JV JiAutlersoc ai tcandidate for Sheriff 1uWabIP4tGn county Abject to the J Ic4 of the Democratic party Jut j DcMHi HR jEddlesaam SIM Hate j Qiiirfe Novell jLd 3yroa Croake t4 f A 1 IJi II 1 I Jsioistont 7 r I 4A1 or town liss no4 nrep4 iwptil Unrokfh tbe colamng tto uMtfct JKMM iewe will tiLf ti wt 1dDp 7u Jij Wm J1A1 who has b en veryiifl for iowut time te are iorepoI1mMhiimproved Tbe iicboolfheire tnati being 1 1s1ibt MS lnJ WILiit ii boe aprO Hing nkeyBt l MiIs Oqrlie Oocmnougher ted+ rWithb broth E Charlie Ceaoughr nsr WarEidd r iutRogeAandiit1i e dbWr Btttelj of Terre Haute- Ii wHr are visiting her parents t1Mrs WT Arnold Mi Marcia Young and wife who hi bn llviug with tb Iattfcr oik6jir Mrs Katie Brad1 s ky lor somaitimis hive recently N wokflNl to a IIOHS QQ his gfacd 1LotesarmMiwj Lettia Coyle waf thyef 13lHpIlt IU stofbercouslMiM 0torgi g Cocinougheri SunJl ayiii bir ii ecbGrovetuidced bl Mk Henry flold rman waa largelyl attended and the aibjaict Love was well dis 4cd On bfxt Thursday night tbs metting iwlll be conducted y 14 h lAjilie C oyje The subject aI PQef t t Mrs K I Cocanougher and children visited her mother Mrs IJTia Arnold last week- IjSLettie Staten Spent from Frtatuptil Monday with Mrs J HiJl l1nCQt ia WhtehoUsE iar Mackville A Mia Battle Martin of neap r Aiiotfem is visiting her sistI g Mrs Zilpha Staten Mrs M H Ooyle and daugh tr Mrs Jcsie Milburn of r SpringfieH pent pnn day last week with Mrs IX M Coyle j I4ias Sallie Elliott is visiting relatives in Green County this twl k it 4A 9 pisti rFow isveriitf 1 atsthiswlritingV if I tl 1f1 1tVelfMtle ftt tlit6tc acVtrour iJ1 We awl stomach disorders will un i dbbtedly Iedfo chronic dyspepsia anless iou take something fyr a smfficfept time to strengthen tKe r soMa and give ita chauce to gel well la jpu take Kodpl in the begini th tJltDad attacks of Dyspepsia jrillvbe aroietd but iit you allovrthese j 1Itiie attftcki to go u heeded It will iL 4 tikfcKfilla longer time to put your t faCt ui good condition ajcain G bottle of K9dol today old by fV TlrnnrCStrtr x i4 Hardt School house + 11ii CW e hdpe you all hav0ntfbrit L gottn us dtfring our lQngab t ecq and preumeourridicuiou cl attering Found has never yJBtj I ben misled since there are SQ r 1riq 1I1t4 QiresBbld ts ib thrfieId MrIn Sales yifeand 1it 3on of iMtcTcville1 spent Sunday with the formers mother Mrs ire rL1Cl Sal OfgqtehMiI cSIyill o BSliifleyoifWiHisburg hI J I t ilSafe Goidettof nsar Sjpringnertl were jruestsof VXrand Mrs W SY Gopdiett Sunday J4rVand Jkrsv J a Gray are f Trying friends and relatives in Illinois u t MisQ11ieaittonoWillibui- L t rg L Iu aniMiss Belle Birch of Biichv wood were uititS at the home1df ti Mr R Grat aturday nigjit 1 1ai Surdy1 JfJ APln gJo high glr tni 1fTtuied arnr 01 t lPOfCOUee alIl Claert r daage tQ h a1th X Mywtg t oop neW sub 9 5Mitu cakd BealtkCQffee pure yk1u4 tGtx1 ereaIs i maTt etc alke Dr Sbdops Health aasatIsfy1nLet tetltYibqllltitJ 4MM1 athutesay DlS fM SJ5f ffll cc5fTee1 Its taste wt1l efn Sw trick sa xirt Test It ana si 1d by McElroz tShader Fair View t J iMrs ibkHst J i Lonnie LTntdn dfj SpringHeWV 11fs Visiting ijSu palents of TaylorsviUe f MrsfMattie Cqleman of Louis ville vugited her parents this w e rk awd attended the Fair at BardstowncL daughterrssr and lamily dined at the home of r F M Carney Friday Mirg eGraYis spending a week with her aunt Mrs Emer son Barlow George Mowk and CasieYancy Caret Yincy and Marg4rett Lyddan L D Carney wife and wstef Robert Hays and sister and others attended the Bards town fair Saturday Mr John Bishop of Blandins viUe IJis visiting lelatiyBSi hereI 11If Nancy Moore spent Monday with Mrs iJE Statciuoii f MrsuuE T Duncan and Mrs airai Rev Vyillard will prea h at Ntw Hope und y Qijck pellef fIr Asthma i iFo1eysim rriediate relief to asthma sufferers in 4tqe woratlstafires and if taken in time wllll effect a cure Haydori Kpber ion Scholarship for Sale V IvIf you desire to take acom mercial course there is na better 1ate than the Bowling Green ihesi University Apply tq the NewsLeader for a scholarr Ili sbpWe can say eyou money 55 11 t Toiall Members of The Burley Tobacco Society Ypuir attention is hereby ur jgeritiy caUed to the fact that the ByL wsNof thfe Burley Tobacco Society provide that on the last Sfttuirday in September of each ea all cj embers of the Society shall meet at 2 bm at their respective Voting places and shall elect one tjf their number delegatet to represent his precinct tan election to be held at the County sea on the firsttui ida in October qt each year for th0 pU Dose offleeting a Directorj x f this Society + The precinct delegate not pnly caMS the vote of his conti intents inthe election of a methber of the dIstric B ard vfrom his county but he is alsol a member of the Count3itBoad ol Control in his ounty 0Inexpres the will of tho mem ers of the pcjety Jet every member be at the regular precinct voting place at 2 pm on the Iat Sat urday iin September Look ye out among you then of honest report full of wisdom whom ye may appoint over this busiipssj men of integrity business ability and public spirit Do not neglect this important duty and then complain of results The future of The Burley Tobac o Society depends upon the character and ability of Founty3oardsi District Board at the ensuing elections I Remember the day thehour the place and the importance of your dping your duty in this election All samples of 1907 tobacco should be sent to the Central office at Winchester as early as possible While the days are long and bright the grading car be done much more satisfactorily than when the weather io coldI and the K It is greatly to the akEspar the farmers as well as of the So ciety that samples be sent as soo paSi they can be properly prepare Done by order of the Execu tivie Comm jttiee r CLARANCE LEBUS SS rs SChairman+ PInk Pain Tablets Dr ShodpS stop Headache womanly pains any painf any where dn 20 minutes sure Askyourdrqggistor 7its fine Red Cross Drug Store Taken Up Jj On my place about five and a half mils east of Springfield on dirt road rtbe Willis Adams ishpi a large black jsowt bald iface with four tohite feet The sow has been in the rieighbor hoocl about four weeki and has been ori my plaxje about ten days Owner can have same by calling and proving poeiyand ing all costs T fe Paj RangesSl Relovare a few testimonials from Washington county users of Hom Comfort Ranges whichi speak volumns for the merits the rangeTas Ky Aug 19 O After cooking on f a Home Comfort Range 5 years I dm 4ni a position to recoimmend the jn they have no equal forbaklbg and all kinds of cooking as such Ii cheerfully recommend there1i I MRS R L FtTRDOM Texts KyL- Ii can recommend the Home Comfort Range as 1 bavp Used one for several years I Would not take what I paid for my range today nnel do wihout oue Ihey are alll thats iimediJoil them They hnye no Nrqnni for baking and ivqpiro te feuL liUle Resp JMRSTexas Ky Aug 19 08 The Home Comfort Range has the right name I know from experience what they ate and hear say as I have beencoo nott on one for several years 1 would advise anyone to buy the Hbrae Comfort iftheyi arein n4ed of a Range MRS T A HAY- Brurnfield1Aug 19 08 I bought a Home Comfort Baoge 28 tears ago 6 years ago bought a newone giving my old one to my son the old one is reeIommend the Home Comfort as I have used two of them 3 N Isham Springfield Ky Aug 24 08 This is to certify that I have JomfortRange always given good satisfaction 1 have never spent one cent lot repairs and the range is iin per feet condition now and will last many years yet HE Case Millions of bott1e of Foleys Hop ey and Tar have been sold without any persons ever having experienced I any other than beneficial aesulta from its nsor couehs colds andI lluiig trojbl This is because the genoine FoUys Honey and Tar iia the yellow package contains no opi att or othvr harmful drugs Guard your health By refusing any but the genuiiie Sold by daydqn Robert LI t City Ordinance tbedityofl follows t Section L That the tqllpwing portions of territory adjoining the City of pingfieJdrKybe and the same is hereby annexed to and made part of the said City of Spriugfipld Ky and Beinningt thenceSthe North side of Mackville and Springfield turnpike in I B Thurmans land thence S 23 W tnrnIpikeJr field and back of Slid Mayes residence thence S 76 W 14 poles to the Perryle and Texas turnpike same course continued 716 poles to afl oak tree in James L Enyaltys and back of sniff Royaltys barn thence N B3t W 137 poles to a stone in Mrs Simms and Hert liens line thence N 81+ W 23 J poles to Springfield and Leba non turnpjl e corner t6 Mrs Lawjence southwest corner of polestoWater Light Co thence with fmeanders Cqmpanvs land as it with the West side so include said lands in said lasto lIm1t3 N 7St W 69 poles N W432 pole N 23W 28 2 poles to a stake In fence thence S l lj polesto a black ash MW 7t polesto a walnnl tE 11lpoles N 171 polesNpoles N 16 EN 18 poles N 824 W 812 poles N 25 E 148 poles to T W Simms corner thence N 55 E 156 poles crossing the Bards townand Springfield turn Mayesfielda stonein Fair grounds thence N2 W 750 feet to stob in Eas tern edge of Pair ground tIck thence S 67 W 1618 feet to stobi fcLight750 feet to stob in T W Simms line above reservoir thence Nj 67 W 1750 feet tcjstone InT EiB650fSIfieldfSI a s one Royaltys field thence inEfE 1500 feet to a stob inThurmans field thence N 23 W 1400 feet to tbenceNfurtbeltordained boundaries and territory is Citydflprmgfield present and csrrec boundary of sid city shali be as follows t SSi tr tv 4 tcJ I t t t lI Il f 211Lhdi lt fj11tf1i d i jho ipfu 4 r o h l rt j1 t r o Iip jtt i I llfI fj F Sq4- r EL6l t r1 j Ia t I 1i f j 1ti 1 fl i j JI d iJ I tot f l d 19I K k q e- 11t 1 tt s I il t t ri Ztr 1Iiijt iSVd J 5f1 1 jd1 rj 7 J d1ITQ THEREADERS QF THIS PAPER IPftpH fil rht t = l tIJ J il t f rkjX We have contracted with Jius newspaper for 1 t i I M Sr many columnsI of advertising space to telland furnish you JfO f iir t r t each week black on white many good reasons why it will i 2 pay yU to dealwith ill Wej are the oldest department J lJilA store Ifl Louisville having been in business for 63 years 441 We buy for cashand in large q- 1iantities which enables US i uvtobuycheaper consequently we can sell cheaper Part ls i ticularly have onr buyers closed many advantageous deals r f IIthis year on account of trade conditions We will tellj you ti 1 t t about these transactions in our future announcements rl watch for them 5Si To deal here does not necessarily mean you iC must do your shopping in person although if you do come f k here you will save more than enough on your purchases to 9 iw jfLipay your traveling expenses We have however a largeci t order department witha corps of experienced mail L 1I1 order clerks who fill mail orders to the same satisfaction f iCrit t s 1 li1t J r s t If5Pm pq iJ tJ the purchasers as if they bought the goods m person j 1vjiji jiTHEKENTUCKY STATE FAIR whichIS to h i i o be held in ur city September 14th to 19th is going th be l it rgreat Fair everybody will come to Louisville to sle it J t 1 t lt1tIr You do not want to miss it We take this means of inviting 1 J J 4 c i 1 it ct11 you both to the State Fair and to our big store We wilL f J 1 554see that your stay withus will be pleasant and floor atten t IMudants will take pleasure In having you shown through our t Jf J s 1tt breeltbhshJIlentI SSIt f a 5j1Ii C J B CON a SOR 4J i INCORPORATED i t 32 3 8Wes Mrk r Y t c Louisville319 Fourth Atenu iIL Ky i 1 f i i tf t t J3 t 11 Y 1 tIJ i tivz f ir 1d r dibi t If t p ij t r Ae iio jI j t 5 l11Sr Ii rotji d YJt41t tdF f c 10+ 1 I ffJIiI l1ii t f + J 7 i 4t1i f b 1 r Jf rl f a 50 r i L j f ii- rii j1fl l iSS1 l s I IIt SiltIl I THE STATE F FlAIR4iItaV Jt The big event if the year for all Kentucjdans berUtp 19 inclusive rethe daies and special rates will v pievail onall railroad iivjII I i0BRIi STdEt 111 f 1 jJI Ift is yours wliilG ypure iin the city andwe want you to S i P I make your headquarters with us Vre proud ofrburWt stocks our qualities and our values aridwe wantltfiJirpeopfeof Washington counter fohecdmer better acquainted i 1 1ig fwitb Kfentuckys Greatest Furniture House We Wdnt Itt preSs busmnss on you Qut iftoureinterested w1Ilshowr you the most line qff Lt t IIftt 1 1 IrFurniture StvesIattin 1 l f f i I LIII j tttl F iI J Vpur eyes ever rested m CS 1 fi F jkfbrgBtthe namefahd numbers Wf irfIIDont ir t v r 11 L JfBE1 9 iTPBEPAJDtiNmi iP1IRPHAS z 1 11 III i J n j ti1 fIfi J 8 R E PIf i L Wi 1 It ff t2S427429 East Mk tStreet T j itI1iHH dt Tfr I1 tIt Louisville Ky 1 1tr l ITi I tjfLwIIriEMCream Vermifuge TIE UflATEE3 WORMREMEDY THE CHHJMIENS FAVORITE TWiMJ Of TMI PRCPAMk Ball rdSnow Liniment Co eT LOUiS MO RED CROSS DRUG STORE Beginning at a stone in t IThurjirans tieldan original corner of said flit limits thence S 21 E 185 poles to a tstone en the North side of the Spring field and4 MackviUe turnpike road in I Hf Thurmans land at 2 thence S 23 W 814 poles crossing said turnpike to stobt Y3 ic1 S1Iay si Jr field anti back of said Mayes residence thence S76 W14 poles to Penyviile and Texas turnpike tthence same coutse continued 71 6 poles to an oati tree in James L Royaltys lane and back of said Royaltys oarii at 4v thence N 88 f W 137 poles ttoast me at 5 ia Mrs Simms an4 Hertleins lands thence N 71t W 23 J poles to Lebanon and Springfield turnpike corner 6 tto Mrs Lawrence southwest corner of yprd thence N 67 W 1076 poles to 7 corner to Mayes Simmf and Water Light Co t tberice with the boundary of the said Wat r Light Cos land as iit meanders with the west side 3 as to include said lands in sWd City limitsN 78 w69 oIs N B6t w 1482 poles N 23 232 poles to a stake in fence S 84+ w 111 poles ttf bKckastj N 39w 7t p les to walnut free N 4QE lt pt1 esN 171 w287 p le N 32 + m 2 pIes N 28 1 27Z poles N 4rJ IS 16 polos K 10 B18Jpolv N3a w 8U 2111IW5 E J56 pole crjinViu the Syr s town ltd Sjr1ng1Ld ii1- ti astt Vi J Y Muyes lifC thnc S 67 E 2l2 2 poles 10 th Leiihiiii g V S ctrov 3 VJnL fIrU rtJJ1 o t11ld hl uft bti 1r lislied ia retquired by Law the Lmll blecpme add hoftje true la fixed lms ad b undaifiea uf he City ofSpingthIi iy JohnWy fjewis Mater Attest f It yap Glerk fti We offerOfte Hulidrcl flollarsRe- vardfor nnJ caot4arrh that nnTOtbe csired by golll Catarrh arepWe the underciLned5I1aVe known IiJ Cheney for the lat 15 years and btitti him it1rfectiy tfbhorafch rn all bURhHSS trans ctitht ant 1iiiiancially- hI to cairy out anv obJiation made- yhinflrhi H Waldinj tKnian Marvin Wbcfesate Druggists Toledo 0- T3lIa5Catarrb5C Is taken iititer nallvracting directly upn the blood sY4temTe8t1mont per bottle Sold by aU DrQffglBtfei J Take Halls family Pills for icon stipation i tIT 1TiI f iiii IfYoBWaDtToBDyaRangel IThat will sUad every v test w bate Jtj Itt ITHEGftEATAJIT IS r jJj w I c E r H I fa dIf x I0ttf T IIl r JI p I t I I ISi l j6 Pj t I Cooking Stoves aiuirRp N I v j f whichwe wiljq llatprie op1ease i 1 1 11I f Agents the celebrated IRFEeTION Om STOVES jitJ i Garden Hoes A I Lawn Mowara i J Refriefrg WatCoscs StvriirfUe a i epEfcialityl of Pnibiag and jiD IIRootii6 pntracts r U1Tlr r V RIEDEL i v i t L b ii iiST j= L c EPT 415 I 1 8 19 190 MCE25OQOWB J lro S11OWS 5Hmrt tthe t hphyr your Dv 4 Iwm pm cts 1Mines to cc fiXJJwith hdorm fNJIY s or M a KKOOiO Uvt Sock Pavilion bsoe thi 11imiHwi to vkit this ytirV fiirt I LQWRAILROAD ttATES L4 Ia asr bUfl114 ly JwNEWMANcrsIry fIo4L I 2hertritiiwttati J j rf Iqarbplized Witeh Ha l5lyfc ijutjust onQ original Not fQ WJa just as coodrr Ipsif on J WiJfBIt i jjlfcaristw coolingf iutd jfcpthtng1 Sold by thfe Red Grp PruK SJatp J ft F i1 I ftoil 111 for t r jj Itta 15 i lLl xqr R ffwp cure i4tgoti ttt a tiotoidoi c t f No mktfi P n flaydotII PIES terelief rroai jjjjjjn r 11 7L TT I w w w IY j I ID U BURTON Y tWWMKT DKNTHT f TEEN FXWCTD- I1THOUT PAINI II y f i 1oekPP41rI 4spZNGFIXLD xX f a1 Work strictly 2jI YfritclusCiflUDD i J itfc1 CiflUDDtid BIt1Hib l tllJ l rbun 8 to91J L 1 ojIt2 Pm l 5ies overHsydo DrugsWre j Dj0 1IIcI11Itra IItKsef IrFGR1GSBY t H R i ct rTO1NEYATLAW1 f8Ja Ekfati IPLWOFIZLb xy f0 t llDr It W HYAIT IfYPrJr I SPAULDING L oye Red Crp Drug 1 Oce bO IJ S a t O o 1 = to 12 m 4rto 5 pm tJ hpuIg 2 to 4 pmj antI all t t iT tiOflNY1MAYLS Yj UlliJlUlKECTUB ci AigDlbElSlO EMAMEf- fv E6 ij TtUHONE- J5 DAY1G NIQHTT4 nTV tl1XTIGn A Lfji ir E ShelbyJi J3 0 r lfr + BreiMfr of ir ii hogs I Jersey t h i1 f Iftf1 CiMc Boa s i lF 11 1 Springfiela yI I T Plrce To Stop i wj 1vHt our Washington and tt Non cdttnty Irifends when iu 1tJ LivilJe an I 1o ki n 4dr- at pl e to stop to call onus We ttj aereral Ie1Y Firiiedd ROOD 1 lloIe will let j- fort lodgers for icq l jbierates ibortoi long stayateason n ated on tIle Northwest car c vTii of SeTeritlr jKud Market Stsv j Irvine Winasaft r 1 1It Edelen 4 Pdc of Washington r 19R 1hngri IdChoice v tfi jr Mantitactured by i t tJi Jrboe Co i pFJVepay highest market l price for grain l irw want tbV Best FLOUR t tI 4askyourgrbeerfor 1I fW TiMt TiTMi fMHi ia e rre 2igg Iverau4 sti bowswin fOIclo want tIt aa y pr tdbfw to mated Tiki laws Pills yk tM Ilyetwoit ad exercise ewe11esr oastlpatlou bwoas ekheWaelMaaci all other 1zy- X Jf rW tawjMef Sam e In ea request t t 25 Dim CMtt Wy 25 Cihts 1MdbICMELMECLSILOUISMO f for Salf lI Springfield by Haydon Sc RobertOTi LCUP XALBJLL4eIAs CIflMO- g Ited Weh Picket FWKI Cheaper Than Wood akwit good aadas fur fTif f Wf 4tt Vic y DEKALBftNCECO ab 11 CiT J Jl Bas JCi1 lt tIOWN Local Happenings of InterestrThe Freshest and Latest I AlUtoutYourstir Friends I lad Acquaintances hIr I Prj the celebrate 0 B 11 Cbyset handled bj Wil iIDI1FORSALE 400 buit rest KiB ged beaL PjntfStdn e1Jtp fl Nb 1 Wil1- bwrg1Ky tFQR SALEfA good disc drills almostoewVand in perfect order SRt Gray jSeet the Goldl Medall tbe Acb aad other brands of firstclassll tailored hats at Williams tF RrEthA fburlrbom cot age on East Main St water in Jotcheiju jJOHNOj The District Board of Control of the Burley Tbacco Society will convene for its lastmeeting before the annual election on Sept 15th at Winchester FOR SALE Twentyfive shares of stock in the Washington County Fair Co belonging to the estate Jof F M Campbell Apply to Theo 0 Campbell The Queen Shirt is the Best quality on the market for the money When in town visit our shirt department We wiiltake pleasure iin showing you our stock Williams WANTED Reliable energetic man to sell lubricating oils greases and paints in Washing ton and adjacent counties Salary or confmission Stetson Oil Cbj Cleveland Ohio Next Monday the school boys and girls will brush the dust from their school books and the cobwebs from their brains and hie themselves the temple of knowledge The ice cream supper and cake sale given bYthe ladies of St Catherin s Alumnae o i lat at urday evening at the Court Hoase was quito a suocess The ladles realized about 60 AGENTSQne K en t u c k y man earned 960 06 in one mouth J3e was a Hustler Are you Ifjro uate get busy Write to day MT D SCHADEN 410 Traction Terminal Bldg lodanapoliSj Ind Mr F H Abe formerly resident of Tatham Springs this conntjy has moved his family tp town in the Craycrofn bouse on Virginia Avenue Mr Ashe has a position as jsdlesman In JOhn L Barbers hardware and grp cery stores I A special from Lebanon says The warehouses of the T M- Etes Mill Company caught fire and were a stroy dThey con tamed 751000 pounds of flour a lot of wheat and other valuables The loss isabqut 15000 fully covered by insurance Parties who subscribed to the tundlqr building the extension Shqrt Line pike running through by J W Gordons are requested to pay the amount of their sub scnption at their earliest con venience to the undersigned as the money is needed to carry oil the work J W Gordon S M Campbell reports county court day at LQbanonas being very well attended and several head of stock on the market mostly mules and made the fol owing sales lpnir work mules 129280 tp1ur mare mules 3 year old i860 00 1 pair mules 24800 I horse cplcAl SOi 1 bay 5 ear old horse 6100 1 plug mare S43 00 1 cow and fcaif Cor rI 1 Joung Children C Having a tendency to squint acan be cured and before hay 1lug their Eyes taxed by study bhOUld have them examined ACI1UdiEye ig bt1 nGt fully developcd until severai years cw zitet the usua1chpo1 age and li every precaution shoubi beitaken to preserveiti ttf 2 w Vi can Overcome J L jl 1 Defects if1 Visiwj f i In Childhwd i- 4 V whi1t1ife t f maturityV f 3 I I CArHERJRE DSSEEI Springfield Kv c t 5 I bn b fic J 11TOFICS1P 8 i ftnqooq 3175 1 cow and calf 2800 1 nic9 mare withdrawn at 13500 VMulveyDean The marriafirb of Miss Ma- MulveyandMr Harry Lawrence Dean was solemnized tin the- nectory5 of St Louis Bertrand Church in Lpulsville fY on Wednesday September 1908 R vJ R Clark was the officii atirig clergy and the attendants were A Grant Ewing and Frank D Mulvey They vill reside 4i 940 Sixth StLouisvil1e T Soldiers Reunion Thare will be a reunion of old soldiers both Federal and Conj federate at Tatham Springs on Saturday Sept 19th Able speakers will be on hand and there will be plenty to eat and plenty of good Tat ham water to drink The old soldiers and their friends are anticipating i biO day Everybody in vited eveTylhin free and a good time is assurred all who attend Familyl ReuiiontI At toe home of Mrs MattIe Sansbury last Thursday Thqse present were bar father Mr Frank OlementS Robert Clem ents and rife George Edelen and wife Mrs Lizzie Lear B W Wathen and wife W H Joh son wi1eaud mother Misses Edna and Mar Edelen Nice Compliment f1jIc Pew people whohave come into this community for a tempo rary sojourn have made wore warm friends iila shoft time than Judge Jno WVLewis who has filled the Circuit Court bench during the past two weeks In stead of the bitter par isanfmany thought him to be who injected politics into everything he has appeared only in his true light that of the whole soulled genial clever gentleman who both tells and enjoys a good story pfr joke second tonbne His course on the bench is t equally ss satisfactory the first Word of complaint is yet to be hetfrd The associatipri on the part of our people has be n a pleasant one and we believe equally sowith the Judge We- rea Sure both feel better for the closer acquaintance Bullitt Pioneeiv Baptist Association The Central Baptist A socij atjon convenedat the Springfield Baptist Church Tuesday mornr ing at ten oclolkiRev W D Powell of Louis ville preached the introductory s rmon at eleven o clock His sermon was brimful of iinterest ing knowledge and encourkging incentive to Christian Hfand work Rev Powell was amis sionary to Mexico eighteeni years and is now one of arfcom mittee on church extension in this State After the moniniserviJewac- oncluded the immense crowd repaired to the jvarenouse near the devpbt where tables were set and food sufficient to feed five beSfore the crowd and Everybody invited to partake r tro Teeth ex tracted with DANGER out PAIN or i No charges when plates iare wanted AbL WORK Done in this office is first lassc Jtl in every respect and just sad i vertlsedWySTALtARDjDDlS S f Springfield 5Ky Service were held in the afternoon apd evening The LadiesMissionary Society of the Central Association held an interesting meeting in the afternoon at the Presbyterian Oh rcb1rs Porter Meyers of Lebanon President ofthe Cen tral Missionary Society composed of the missionary societies of Lebanon Mackville Bethle hem and Springfield spoke very enter ainingJy on the subjectof fmlaS1OnsLouisville also spolfe on the rela tion and mportanc bf womans work in the missionary Afield Reports of the various niission ary sociotes were read and a general discussion was held in regard to home and foreign mis sions Wednesday mon U ng at eleveh- oclock Rev R L Purdum preached the annual sermqn to a congregation that taxed the capacity of thechurch to seat Dinner was again served in the warehouse at which more than three hundred people were fed The afternoon service concluded the meetings of the association A largely attended meeting of the Springfield Lodge of Masons was held in its halls Monday evening Brothers Drs Trusty and Burton Brothers M Allen fto raisedftoleveninRtrain neighboring rlodges were represented and the best meeting of the yeay was enjoyed by a large home attendance kentucky Masons are justly proud of the Lewis Lodge and their work Monday evening was up to their usual standard of excellence We are always glad to welcome our visiting brethren and extend a cordial invitation to them to visit us in o rlodgl W M Hagan acting Master is making a line record and our lodgerls in prosperous qondition After the initiation services were concluded the Louisville delegation was escorted to The Walton Hotel where a sumptuous repast awaited them The local lodge was represented at the table by Messrs W H McElroy Will Selecman and W M fagan Mine host J Hamilton Robertson presided with the grace of French courtier The menu was as follows I Cantaloupes iIce Tomatoes with maypnaise Peaches Fried Chick en Country Ham Saratoga Chips Asparagus on Toast Corn on Cob MixedPickleP Assorted Cakes Brick Cream Notice t This is to noify persons who trespass on my farm tostay off allpertsofprosecuted A B Walker ii t j I PublicSale 1 I OF iDJiF1YvOliverCroakewiles from Springfield arid a mile and a halt from Predencftstown will be spld at public auction on the premises on I Tesd YiSept 1 29v j AT2 RIVI This iis one of the richest pieces of farm land in Washington I bottomIi It Iis well watered and contains good barns and outbuildings wInds mill and other improvements Anyone wjshing a desirable honje placeTherepartlesoverI Everett Croake dministrator Is jM OAMPBELL Auctioneers II 0iii OfS rERSiilONALtt Miss Abce Sapsbury returned to Chicasr last Saturday after a three wee s stay with her mother Mrsfat ie Sansbury Miss El jaaor Clements returned to C icago after spending three wees with Miss Annie B Sansbury Mrs M ttie Sansbureturn d Monday light from a few days visit in L uisville Mrs J J ifeCabe aod son Jack ar spending a few days with Mr1cOabo in Louisville Mr P J McElroy gbcl jter Whit ey cahIe In WUliamsburg Friday evening andmov d furniture for light housekeeping sufticieutI place wh re Mr McElroy has taken a sition as bookkeeper for a larg coil company They returned unday Mrs Si npson Roberts is visiting relaties in Goyington Mrs Di vidB LitseyandMrs Crawford Royle Norman have returned from Louisville after spending a mopth with their sfeters dames Arch Hayes and Edg Martin Mrs olin W Lewis enter tained at euchre last Thursday afternooi Mrs I P McChord gave a flinch pa ty Monday afternoon at the ho ne of her parents Mr and Mrs W T McElroy Mrs T Wigginn and children re visiting her parents Mr and Irs J R Durrett Mrs ft W Hyact has returned from Blo mfield Where shevisit ed her randpafents Mr arid Mrs J I Motch NBWHATS The swest styles of Dress HatvTfilored Hats and un frie hats areknow ready tor yon inspection J I I Trim Iirigg Department A full li ae of Trimming Vel vets BI esFatherQutn c or hand at all times Rehiode ling and trimming a special 4iiss Knott Mrs ugh Noe and children left last Saturday to join Mr Woe at C olumbia Adam County where be will be located this yearas loc man for the Inter national Harvester Company Mr and Mrs Noe hayea host of friends here in their native home y ho regret their removal and Visl them unlimited success in their ew howe Miss ona Cunningham who has beer the guest of her uncle and aun Mr and Mrs Andrew Cunningham left Monday to spend a nreek in Louisville before ret rning to her home in Kansas ity Prot A L Jenkins and Mrs Jenkins have returned from Nel son con ty and are at Mr G4 D Duncan for a visit before re turning oiCincinnati Dr M W Hyatt and Mr Join S McElroy have returned from Martinsyille Ind where theyspent two weeks Mr and Mrs J R Gore are visiting relatives at Bodgeriville Mr and Mrs Hugh McElroy left Tuesday for their home in Kansas City Dr X B RoBards was ccalled here Monday on professional business Mrs Joseph Sulaybrooke and babe are visiting Mrs Smith inBrdstown Miss Margie Giaham is visit ing her sjriter Mrs Carrie Prall at HenryvUle Ind Mrs Frederick Manget who has spent the greater part of the summer with tier p re Ikand Mrs John W L ltsl returned to her home in ville last Saturday Mrs Clifton A Green was hostess to a number of her friends last Friday afternoon at enchr and inchin honor of the visitors Miss Anniet Latin r of Metropolis Ifltne Misses Smith of Butler Mo and Mrs Howard J elsOn of Santa Anna Cal v IMrs Walter Jleidel has re turned from IwopdtaI Rev R Ejq Lawton is attend ing presbytery at HjastonvUle this week Mr3 Jennie Thompson who e dMIdVISlte Mrs To Scott Mayes the past week returned to ardstown yesterday Mss Francis Wise of Memphis Tenn is a guest of Misses Piety and Marie Barber Mrs I H Thurman accompanied her daughter Miss Rod man to Shelby ville where the will attend school at Science Hill Mrs Thurman will yisit her sister Mrs H D Rodman Dr and Mrs JB Cassell have returned to Harriman TennHj after spending the summer with Mrs Gassells parents Mr and Mrs SR Gray Mrs W EL Lea clrnan is visiting her sister Mrs Weisetn in LouisviUe MaryI Thdusua1exodusof hays and girls to the various colleges hat FISimmC Shader Jr left Tuesday fbr- St Marys Joim Shuck McElroy and Jack McChcrd returned trl Central University Danville Tuesday Ernestine Knott Isa bel Medley and Nellie Sinntos go to Nazareth Lizzie Logsden St Catharine jRodman Thurman Science Hill Shelby ville Will r Waters apd Will Selec manmade flying trip to Lark caster and spent Sunday there Judge W T Selecman and wife have returned from GrifQn Springs Mr and Mrs E Carl Litsey have returned t0 Lebanon After spending a week with Miss Lucy Selecman Miss Mary Tammy of Danville is visiting her aunt Mrs Byron CrolkeMrs8J Cannon of Louis yule isa guest of Miss Katie fleitleih Miss Bertha Hay don has re turned hone from Bardstown Miss Alice Havdon is visiting friends in Lebanon before re turning to Louisyille Mr and Mrss Ivan Rogers of Lebanon attended the Baptist Association here Tuesday and Wednesday i Rev WH Williams returned from a months vacation last Saturday Misses Marvin Jeffrey and Helen Brown who were guests of Mrs Harry Schader have returned to Louisville Mr G D Duncan is in Cincin nati buying goods for the lJmof CupninghainyjDuncan Co Miss Lucile Paine who has been the guest of Miss Mabel Williams has returned to Louis ville jt Mr Harry ONan of Louis yule is yh ting his parents Mr George Greene and Miss Margaret Gibbens of LouisviUe visited the Misses Shader the latter part of the week Miss May Bell Gibbs has rev turned from a visit to Shelby vOle Harrbdsburg and Louis yUle Mr Edmont Lane of Dan ville was a guest at thhomedf Mr Joseph Shader Snnday lli While sitting in his yard con versing with tits soninlaw Mr John ti Searcy at his home near Willisburg Mr Thomas W Reed was suddenly stricken with paralysis and rendered helpless and unconscious This is the second attack ofparalysis Mr Reed has hadiand his adyanced age makesybisi ie overv yecr doubtfulistamily areall at his bedsrae except Lieut W 0 Reed ho is static ned at Manilla PX v Mr W F Grigsbyand E L Pavispn were in Louisville yes lerday Mr Bryant Miller left Mon day to attend the William Jew eli College at Liberty Mo Mr James 0 McElroy returned from Philadelphia Monday evening Fe left Mrs Mc Elloyata Sanitarium in that city whore she will remain for treatment ever l months Mraod Mrs W K Robertson are in Cincinnatii selecting goods for The Robertson Ulay brook Co store Miss Miranda Tucker who has spent the summer in Frederick Oklahoma returned home Tue ay Miss Lida Grudyysit1bg ier sister Mrs CJ qhcrd in Louisville 7 s hen Trifles fcecMit Trtublesl toIi any person suapeeti that their kidneys arfa deranged they shhuld take Foleya Kidney Remeiy at once and not risk haying BrIchtsdiHaaeor diabetes Delay give the disUse a stronger foothold and joa should not delay taking Foleys Kidney R medy Haydon Robflrtaon f = Just Relvilf i A Shipment of I f I Ladiescelt8 andd l k II = Serater ttfstiM i j up in the Newest all Styles I IIMade 1 Famous KiI- I v I Calmer Garineutt PiIy i I I twHoREASONABLE PRICE J1 I We will breglad to have you come and see them Try them on and let us kriowfe what you think of the new styles vrlf you should not find your size in stock we will be pleased io make onetoyour I guarantecLWe j styles InSultS and cloaks We also wish to annourtcethe arrival4 of a shipment of the v 11 NEWEST fALL STYLES t 2 I J m Mens and Boys suits shoes hats IIRobertsollClaybrooki ebiL yi I S INCORP0LLTKn t I- iI 1 = Soft Drink 1J tft TI t What The Doctors Say r We the p ctTcing physicians pi Elizabetktowm take pif ir in recommending the use of the bevIrages snufactsrM tk i f i Durham Bottling Works of this citjtobe ireaiidhiUMWi We fin the waterused by themla th ir drimlcs ccorffaMT to cfce icia It analysis to be pure and as good ascubefOtl qtk tfe y Iand the syrups are filtered before Io1HAS they take IOcll rI0 ItI th1rbottles drbw CU t palOS In washing and cleasini tkelr hlqi3r or Impure We flid tkey use 0 chIc J swette harmful ingredients uy kind in their d kJ but 1Me aOtM pure fruit fiavoriatW latHJNPraJlne ca b titbut used without interfering with pysk1aM recr1ptIos or ymedicfleafldjfl5e55 werecOUefldthUeeOt theia wIsh mediCines as they wiji ke qtd epf to M weak and delicate 4S I J W OConthrM D H etdxD c JuR Gray 1LP S L Tbb XD 3CaMobleyM D ft Ji11loKtXD IsJnoIMEB llsh M Dt fFDesim D O1 Fxr P Strlckler L D cairaanar If unable to jet of your IiJ j IDCICrz a i J j ItrA J call at our plnt diiak JiIP Ii f tf kV d any other We wholesale and 1 retail t t JLAiLLBNI t I t rNsxttoSYakoJ4ot1 t I 4 4 444 At Herttein i ii r 4ei You arietc CeaThS Uai and Sundaes every lay1teh Jjl itoothsome Cakes and Candied i f Meals and Lunches I I a mdt anti All kind tf DrihksI h I i r ri j FOR qAND NQV J G mthsoeoer1ie f J KATIE HERILEINad Ire I ss IasIs For His Vanity I cant help feeling c0mpllraentea iycu kngvr said the Enjcltftbinrin Vhcn I look around zit the njtmw of tl ese New York hotels hind apartmeat houses You see what II mean They are so loyal to the Englteb you under st md When all Is said and done most of the principdl New York Tiouterles upon mrword have the nam of English royalties There are tley flo toria hotel tie Prince George hQtelI tie Prince Albert apartnicnta ana the Q eon Regent flats Really I ctttld k eoa all day do yoU lpow sw orating Do yop catch OH te y iehn1pBlNeTr York Press IALtnGl f Rear JAccrtnUng to Ulchanl Crokert it fe Vmerlcifn vou y whIchSetn to tUceplriK Egypt going TwQthtrds ttlie visitors say Mr Croker BMC nfl around came frost Aawrica aM they represented all partl le the Btates They pjroTMte the jflplc wRk alllvinir not only lat bfW Mt M tile streetR Ineversw W if Ba f t tQr begglntr JLa woMM a Mf f thUd Is born it seemi t aikS0 k Ihecsb and EOpU are ktlc tIC nioney all the tl ie Itching Skin Dbe- re rs1 lIy ubyZ A fOr uterMl 1KfZSO rIicf andp ninent1ycwsa4yIo 01 ItclliiJeSk or Scp diAIlDruggists l tite for tanipik ErsW RQfCfde4 St LifJd Ifi tWf MOSt irletMw ol apeI r UMM who aiS kbtoally coos r Yoleys wino Liinttl ttrto t j oo etIpst by i1J tf iM bq aad Iliij 1fJiIci9aO Tho y c F l4Ulyi doe st out gssps tt aM is Ild aM U ias JI tSreta sOutkiks Mi lebu J L icb a Hs ltR MO sMuta baye MVSiI iur I IMW is Ieda PsVy sicrthd Uae HOogi ilitit aabtos is b1c1niy w 1 gm 10000 would not bsjS1I lloat R Tbat h4t I IbIUk W- HocMeo Ii Ji e4Mk r tv iwyTsiw 1ILsatlsfct P1lbrauy UIMft Dr f111 lu cr a hl f6tcai N ZTh- oPttdd n iGk fehtec4 utkflc t r Lt Hadon Robertsons drugstore 2t r pr i w2 r 7 7Tw JW j t Moa- vir1u4aa r cJ 1 d11r = MW jG is- of i lQOJ totoffD wd OCO of t4e MIiper MB KMTTA ihlttftt This l tlfC- fet HMpi feiMbtr mOOGium oft tepo te Ut kxwU bMikt vlMei- iliyMlii J with MMMtntt still dttt i1fiLnee will ismkeaboati t j4n r0 fforjJ1ie nbiitton iii itoreer j pop lj iS Vfc Xl tea dafk Tbto tnv vitt tWMent about ttmMtferftt of whikfc JIM larmnra y riIllf ter Me 1906 ot- a aWiwi tp UM tfilOPQ MU TftittMid the Sqoitj Wartbtiuse OMVftor tbwfb tij e oo optr I ti fI i local bsnks Char A a I7JI aIkIag o t Br- aMhat tb toUooo pool spoke iiI i asM complimentary rn U Mwmr ecURtV Jbknlp and I aMfeJt IP thtw bso41 mueb of ih Jot the pa shOw1ng- Inuufef bf fc pwity fs very i y tfpbrtfe ad Ifarn UM farmers riiftt ao tresiirtbe aaoaey j toe botfc ero0Harro4turg v I Nippity p Ars 7s Irthaarou 1tJ tks al s riitheI or a case UaImN yt ye bit a 11b orbtve 2 dIf1OirtnMalKefl rfaeama i J lMMpiffctlB stiff IJjoint ir r 7tk4phkaMKrease BaJlaf4i ay LLIIIL4ntzd 1in BO time yoU hiT wy Tw r crucfcc and be SiwI MPriee25IQot aDIi I JM Bold kyKottCrefs PnijfStbrt r YMMC GirU Beware Ayosg girl errs once arid cd 4 ItiM iooi pt hinW kindness it 4ai l ve art ck4Iaagilnat hers j5Zer the b fer our bMtaa4 bid him wtkome to tto hoiMt we court and flatter 4ff bcm Lid sacrifice our darling bo lliibediDil greed IdritifcMt a eritSoeof love 1 parity i jtv ryUiinf worthy to t Wt4 asO z ose Does God ever sri wailia upon such a union I- fir Z HlMC be shunned why not the i bEirai7r syotth aDd nnoc nce rMMttbnitlsone who has I iiim wrMfftd Kf grievously ff if knwtba1ipi will curl with r aoorm aad tpcifl f will sneer if t j ce Mftokovr haads to the out Rt MM bttl Qofl aftd the Angels will toIfc an4il a soul betbus J MYi what matur their sneers Jbkwntaiii AATOoate hr IJCIIe jWarremlallyidmr c Puffs s T Equity 7 Amrie Myrtle Nally Dft virtue of a Judgment and order ef ik f the Washington Circuit 1i Dwirt reaieredat the May term 1S06 tIi the above style cause I shall pro t cto oler for sale at the Court H e toec ia SpnnyleW Ky on M MONDAY SEPTEMBER 21 1908 p at 2 coCk p is or thereabout being aMftty dnart day rto the highest and tUdder at rPubHc auction upon a creitttof ee and two years the foH lowjagdeecrihedproprty to1Iit A ertpu tract pf land situated in Wartii rtMi county Ky on the tiwatn iCartFrichts Greek an WHMted ac follQF Begfnniag at an i jaek tree corner to StRos land tkcuwIthlIue pfameN83eOpoles i r to a kone im the p blic road thence N tT Mfff JO poles thence 49 J W 4Spoles gis PtbesceN24W27poies to a ston car ta HUBC thence with line of same S4 WM polesto a stone corner to sae thence with same line S 83J E 38 oles to znbcornMrs Powell thce wItkker11n E16J4P01es r5 te tnnIcti1eInoI acre- fJanIT welliocated being near 1Fto Rate church and onvnient to a Wh1r His good dwelling and all 4Iri ttr necery imptovementi For further information gallon warren 4 jjv v Wally vlt i v cr the purchase price life put i cbamer or purcisers Wi haPJtOved J Mciuity or sureties must execnte b4 bear1ag legalv interest from dat ot sale utI1 paid and having atdL f tfc iftrce and effect of a Judgment X Hem wiIlk retained n the Iau4 fox TI f 1ijAlIoHls executed Bidders will v be KiepMM to comply promptly with ifJ th Uni lIt t V M G UIACHMA1MCX OQ ft r TMM k MoreCatarrh in this section n ef1p country alali other diseases i l NIt1a 4 until the last few lfri W wa sepoied to be i cmrable 1 1 t Teaf rtmany y afa doctors pro 1r JW ici44t a local dJHse and pre p accibfil local repjRditi and by con lcv tastly faIl4sX to eure with lIccatj Mii tr itaMSit1 j ronoHiieea it incurable JciJi H ieMW hu prayparrh to be a f4aEfi c iMiiti ali aeiid therefore i reslrp cwwWtmtlrtial treatment4 T i Jtalli Cat rrii Curt Mauf attured by r Jjf V yJ C4iI4 k ocr Toledo Ohio is 4 jit fce wriy tkuUowal cure pn the t T v MirktI It Is take internally in 1 ih doifr40 drop tea ttaspoonfuli 1 f t ItacUc cilf the blbedandmur t 1 tocM 8l tIe system fbey r skr M mtiMLri4 dollars for any case p LItliSi to qtw Seid for circulars of aad WMS1II- IFw Ii AMres F J CHENEY t CO To if JetIoCMaSe w ff jJtfill rDrfttll 75c rr t ae l1Uli1ypjllf roonstlji r I rt 1 WA5HINGTON LETTER Special qorresponaenqej ftotIecute little electric railroads f 1wick Were to Have connectedth- estand t seit house office buildings with thej capitol arg not to be installed at least sol 4ov the present and perhaps notat alt iThe subfvays are tQ be finished with a coat of cement hard and hite- asd giving an excellentreflecting surf e but the travel in be In the good old lhecUbWYSWlUI cept that frplght will rubbertired electric tr 10Nuliw y cksITIM Muse building commission con slstmg of Speaker Cannon and Ilcpre sfcntatives Hepburn and RichardsOI1has subIWaycK ariy other of the various devices sahmmed for handling traffic bet ee0 the Itpltol and the office buildings They jand others among the older mem ben o1 a strong tendency toward practl cabiiity and economy Thct eyeD laalsttthnt there should be no osten tatior in the finishing fitting and fur nlshli g of the offices and in conSe queat e whatever money has been spent chjdilyinwllllettheCost Would Be Heavy To Install an electric road over the present routes from the Capitol to the totl19soO4o to 100000 it Is estimated and to opjerate it wOuld cost about 15 per debt of that sum annually perhaps iOre4 Taking these arguments into consideration the house building commission practlCallyvetoed the railroad but left the matter In the hands of Superin tendent Woods who hits decided to postpone the embarkation of the guy ernment into the TaUrQad business Astor the senate it has also washed its hantlaof responsibility and more corn pletely than the house has done for it gave jto Mr Woods absolute authoriza tion to follow his judgment Hundreds of cords of wood are used pt th4 capitol every year besides quan yties of coal wagon lloads of stationery and sundry other items of mer cbamllse In the future these probably will be delivered by wagon on the street side of the house building or on the Corresponding side of the senate building unloaded right on to the elec tric pneumatic bred trucks and whisk ed svlftly to their destination New Elevators In CapitoL Pnbably the most important lmt protfment at Khe capitol this year Iron the standpoint of the public is the vork of installing tWO new pas sepg r elevators at the main dodr of1 tile ouse wing Th s will invOlve moving the postof flee q the now house office building wheife quarter have been provided for Jt and the space vacated will be given to tte sergeant at arms The public will fthenbeablc to go1 upstairs at the- doorjOr the capitol and leave the mem l vator entirely foe their own f Another piece of work at the capItol is tile removal of the partitiOns be tween the quarters of the naval ahairs committee and the passageway along th4 light well This wills throw the wall of the coinmlt tc room out to tb e light well anti wlil give additional room and light AslmUartchangc will be made on the floor above To Condemn Land The United States has filed a peti tion UK the District supreme court toI the condeuniatidu thesecure o prop erty lutho five squares bounded by Pennsylvania avejaie and B street and Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets northwest for the purpose of which congress appropriated 2500000 The squares are known on the pInt books as 220 to 230 The land is to be used as1 a site for two or more public build logs Plaza Ornamentation plans showing details or the ornur mental wqrk for the plaza In front of the Union station have been recelvea by the commbsloyeis undo work will soon begin In the center will be the memorial statue qf Columbus some dlstance in front of which will ben large flagpole On each side the Co lumbus memorial slightly to the rear will be two artistic fountains At close Intervals along the roadway will be placed tall bronze columns and lamp standards Details of the Columbus memorial have not been worked out but rough sketcues have been pre prowIat the front The boat and water ef fect will be In stone and the figure of Columbus In bronze Small Naval Class i The completejlst of the new fourth class at the Naval acafleniy compfied tttle navy department shows the class to be Composed of 208 members The fourth class as a rule contains from 275 to 300 members Tha loAv number is accounted for fo some ex iumMttanedtwenty are yet tq toexamined they having tailed on minor physical de fects At thq opening of he term there wffl be SOl midshipmen enrblled acc- Ording to the present outlook This IB considerably below the normal num her at the academy each class being smaller than usual The first class Will contain 177 mlds1lpmn the sec ond lass 171 the third class 255 and Ithe fourth class 208 Last years first class inumbered 20t midshipmen on the dhte of graduation that being the largest graduating class In the history ef the institution CARL SCHOFIELD t KernologyI t It Is said the Democratic vice presii dentjal candidate Is not a vegetarian POJlfceNewI rLetthe5BrcoUyn I3ryaxLNew IJ J f ilii t t I I it 0 b1IIi r cort5 cvy r fl t 1J I Bride Makes Daring Trip T Go s Up In Husbands Skeleton Balloon and Descends 70001 Flit r In a Parachute Landing In the Passaic River None 1 the Worse Fofc Her Thrilling Experience A drop of 7000 feet on a parachute barf whlcli ended In the middle of the PasSaic river was made in the pres ence fcf 5tKX spectators at the Hill side NJpleast park recently by a young woman who had never been up in a balloon before and who as cended In a blue silk gown and a Merry Widow hat She was rescued in thrilling fashion by a young wan who plungedifulfy clad into the river and brought her ashore and she was none the worse for her experi etce TJie womatt wits Mrs Dorothy Thick THE STRUCK WITH A GREAT SPLASH the twentyyearpld bride of Johnni Mack a professional aeronaut who has been making ascensions at the park every Sunday recently IIt looks so easy tack you must let me try it she begged of him as he was on thi way to the grounds He laughed thinking she was joking and refused But she persisted and being newly wed he consented Just before the time fonthe ascension arrived Mack inflated the hot air balloon mid his young wife tied H cord about the bottom of her skirt and prepared for the tesj by arranging her poropa dour and tightening the pins In her big hat Grab hold he ordered when everything was right and the girl swung over the trapeze bar and held to the Slain After Long Revenge Against Maguires Night Peoria 1IIHadF aredVengeancefor Years lIPursued for thirty years by friends numjlberoflwhom Beltzner at last met the fatal that he always believed was in store for him because of the part he toolI in putting an end to the reign of ter ror that prevailed InJhe anthracite coal regions of Pennsylvania frqm 1875 to 1878 Beltzner was a witness in several of the triaLsrtnat terminated in the Rang ing of more than a score of the leaders of the Mollies at lottsYlIIc Scbuyl klU county and JIaqch chunk Carbon county Jack Kehoe who conducted a at Pqttsville was the chief of the Molly Magulres a secret organization that murdered many mine owners and superintendents and it was principally Beltzners testimony that convicted Kehoe and seyeral of his foljptvers who w rehllngedat qne time In the Jail yard at Pottsvllle In the summer of 1S78 Beltzner was foremau of the tehlgh Coal and Navigation crfrapany at Ta maqua and succeeded Morgan Powell the superintendent who was alisas the big Mca lion Buster and his rightj shoulder was badly torn The sea Uouwht bhasbecn ugly since its mate was taken to Broujq park was barking for its dinuer and Mr Morgan took Its sir dally ration to the tank which is twenty feet in diameter Str Morgan stepped over the wlrs netting to tho platform at ono end of the tank and the sea lion flopped 1iTB C Every thow t t1 a stor- it11slf hu t t 4biU iiI tula off in 1liiszII1ton A pqil niiiir noi l lli l that thi r jflyes Souldnt wun1J lorf1n h1Iago RecQn1tattI1l CURE THE LUNGS WIn Dr i I FFdR c8 Frse me ALL THROAT Clt1 01 MO t 0 ropes When the balloon was released It shot almost straight up there belsg little air urrent and iw thIn a few minutes xas half a mile above UM ground The crowd cheered her and she waved her handkerchiefin return The ballon rose until the girls fig ure Scarcely be discernedMack- said It wa about a mile anda quar ter highdbefore the signal was given for her tto cut loose the Mack fired three reiver shpts and d momcnt later the parachuts could be made oft dropping away from the GiRL THE WATER August hotel rtJi big bag and plunging down hundreds of feet before it spread open when about halfway down It deemed to strike an air current that carried iit In the direction of the Passaic river and hundreds of spectators rants that rection to render aid if it proved nec essary But t1oglrl struck the water with a great splash before any one could get a boat ready and weak from holding to the bar she sank after a few feeble strokes Jesse Schurujm a young bookkeeper plunged In yHhout faking off even his hat and reacted Sirs Mack as she was going doivi second time Following his she turned upon her back and he towed her Into shallow water t Witness the Njally Murdered at In r I AND could t s1n ted one winter night as he was leaVlng the company store near his home tit Tamaqua The prosecution of the Mollies wasf conducted by the late Franklin B Ooweii for a number of years p esl ego met a tragic death in a hotel at Was ll1gtoQ He was found Shot lend in his room and although he verdict of the coroner Jury was7 that he had committed suicide It has always been believed that lie wes murdered by friends of the men whom he had sent to the gallows Belizncn had a that he wOuld suffer death at Ibe bands of the Molly sympathizers and in the hope ot escaping their vengeance he moved twentyfive years qgo to Joliet where he opened a store and where he was murdered recently up for the night and bud already ex tiugulshed the lights when he was shot down by an unknwn map who escaped He was sixtyfive y4ars of ageVIr Sea Lion Attacks Keeper AqtiigSUperintendent Morgan of the New York quatlunrHas His I RlghtSnoulder Badly Torn by Monster thejNew pound nrht2rc KILLTHECOUCH Kings New Discovery BUIo Y HDlUNlTMUIUI parachute Instructions ReJldlogInn premonition mysteriously byirimds the Incline that leads to the water Mr Mwgan who was stooping didnt see ItRjawsWith a cry of pain Mr Morgan tore himself loose and aided by a keeper hurleq the lion back Into till water lIe was taken to his office In the buihliiK by two attendants and Dr Pmnnoti of State street found two dee Wounds on the houlderbes1dei abut fIoiis where thp jflws of the animal lthltrv1 the flesh Campaign Funs We welCQm Mr Taft to this advanced groundsaldMr pf onetthe reterredj no campaign contributions would be re BryanIntendedto j termlnattonthat tile Demo t1tfc peerless one Is not honest Mr tuft isu law abiding citizen Such contributions are uulawv ful hiade sr by u law passed bv u liepublican coigross it the InxtaiiM of a RbjUbllcnn administration of which udjfo Taft ivaj n part six months bey fr tthe Debver convetlonBchonj 5sti Mr Bryan If you can n Keeping In the Spotlight Candidate Chafltt having fallen into the water tank out west and jhavlaf stopped halt a brick with bin perfcoa atf tbfkeejInjponrl ry ru buck and wins with MN cntIon3Ilaeajioinj JuurnL j T 1 At cc-c- woit the tl f TD OfTHE SALL Of THE l iWRITE ITY DENIES THAT BRYAN COULD DO NO HARM Congressman BUrke Says Office of President Is Infinitely More Powerful Than Congress Coiigressnwn James Francis Burke It IMtt lmrg in an address on The owersl of the Iresident says tfue American people can make no gmiter mistake than to elect Mr Bry JOn the assumption that be can do no harm In the face of an ndyerse sea ate As between the executive and legislative departments or the govern ment the formerTitts Infinitely greater power to rule and ruin than the latter Mr Taft anSI Mr Bryan nre wholly different types of men Each pos sesses a strong individual character which assert itself in the White House What either of these men would do during a four years term In the White House is causing as much anxiety among thoughtful Americans as the mere matters of the election alone uAsi a disturber of moneys the pres Mentis without a rival in the world Through the agencies under his con trol he will this year disburse a billion dollars showing the great things we ire doing in addlpg to the unparalleled list of the worlds achievements In view of the fact that during the fifteen years of Bryan leadership the states controlled by his party have de creased from 23 to 12 the number of senators from48 to 31 the nnniber of representatives in congress from 220 to 164 and in that time the Democratic party was In control of the ground whereas It is towas a consequence o- tSchlnp a hopelessly hetero of PopuUstlc elements people cnn see little pros pects of a constructive policy if Mr Brypn should succeed Things Bryan Would Forget The most important because the most curiously novel feature of Mr Bryans address is his apotheosis of the party platform A new doctrine of infallibility is embodied In thOse sen teQces at the very beginning of Mr Bryans A platform is binding as to what it omits as well as Jo what it contains A platform ann nces a partys posi tion on the questions which are at is sue and an official Is not at liberty to use the authority vested In him to urge personal VIews which have not been submitted to the voters for their tap proval It is natural that Mr Bryan should disavow certain omitted issues such as free silver government ownership 6f railroads the inftlative and ref ren dum attacks upon the courts and oth er theories which ht times h sanctlon ed overhastiiy In the past But he is unfortunate in bis manner of express lug that disavowal A party platform Is not political holy iwrit The American people choose tbn president a mannot a clCrk to carry out the orders of a convention committee A platform Is not a prophetic code of conduct but r summary of basic principles to be al ordtngtoNorth American Union Labor Vote lion William H Buchanan Is one of the eVYorkcandidate for assemblyman in Chan tanqua county This Is what he has to Gomperstoturn1 am a union labor man an4 I want to tarrythocamp I knoijr how union labor men feel in this city and threefourth of them will stand by the Republican party because only in that way have trorqtbean promises for at lleast tour years It ho can be eMcted We worklngmeii puliIntrouble The Cause of N r There 1sa disease prevailing in dangerous because so dcceo the Manysndden deaths are caused by it heart disease pneumonia heart failure apoplexy are often the result of kid ijey disease If kidney trouble ii allowed ed blood will at tac tile vital organs causing catsrru of the bladder or the kidneys themselves breakdown and waste away cell by cell Bladder troubles almost always result from a of the kidneys and propertreatmentof great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in passing it and over comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to gq often through the day and to get up ninny times during the night Tlie mild and the estraordinarj effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its vvotfderful cures of the most distressing cases pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You may liavea sample pottle of this wonderful new dis covery dada book that tells all about it both sent free by mail Address Dr Kil er Co N Y When writing taention reading this generous offer in this paj erf Dont make any e everybott1 aJ Li t Pains at the waist beck front or side ate nearly sure proof ffem trciieSome 4other signs e down pains functions rest1eness cold limbs nervoUsness etc These twsciaiuse of Jt Wine 1 ofJJ Mrs Annie Hamilton from d4VtAgrave three 3 doctors me hadfuled tohelp me I Jt is good mand I reornmend it to suftenngwomen IOrsaIeat all druggists in lwWRITE HIGH Jii8fRCltfLSCIfN1lI COMMERG BRnNCIS INczuDwE PIIIBYMAIL GRADUPtTES ALOGUESCUREjOWADDRESS BUq PEENfr wouldcertalnly spOecha Sudden Deaths this- c9tutrXn1st toadvatic- etlekidueypoison derangement bytakingDr SwampRoot Binghamton SwampRoot headache pressing irregular USA LETTER BOWLING BUSINESS NEW SHORT STORIES When Kindness Was Cruel Julius Liebraan president of the United States Brewers associatio- nsld during the recent Milwaukee con ventlon apropos of a contemplated law I am 7 not in favor of these eXperI mental laws I am only in rfavbr of saloon regulation There lies the 130 lutlon of the drink evil But If we w- e5jtvlfifindenoughIthinkYeswe will be taken aback and disappointed like an old farmer t heard about the other day He was peartreegranddaughteramongthlflowers iblI1lmnhmilk that looked none top clean Here dranpr1 she said oo drink Is nice milk He didnt want It of course but rather than hurt the little child be gulped It down She look back the empty cup and toddled away He heard her murmur ing as she went tIIs kind to dm n pa cause hes old Pretty soon she toJdle1 buck with fB KWD TO DHANPA HES OLD1 another cup of the butt rmllk and the good hearted old man putting down his pap 1r and pipe tossed off the warm mixture witi a feigned smile of Joy Isklnd to dranpa caus6 hes old she repeated and In a little while she brought another cup of milk The grandfather drank four or five of these offerings and then fortun he followed the llttle girl to see where she w sgettng all that milk Her way led straight to the hog pen and as she filled her cup at tin hog trough the horrified farmer heard her say piously Js kind to dranpa cause hes old Clement Talksn Twain Samuel L Clemens Hon L ttU Oxford told the members tbe Lotun club assembled to pay him honor at a dinner In the clubhouse a little inside history about the character of Mark Twain author He admitted that Marl Twain author had treasured up for all these years all of the delicate compli ments that had been said about him by literary men and others 1 well remember the time back lu 1800 said Mr Clbmens when Mark Twain was scheduled Ito address a gathering of miners in the village ol Red t1o Cat They were aU gentle men present except a few ladles mil Mark Twain knew all of the letter One ff the miners was Induced to lu trod cethc lefetnror of the evening lIe finally consented and this Is wha he said fl d ut know very touch about thl uian here except tyo things Onei tiat he baS never been in jalllamI5tIie other is that IdCll1t knOwhy hi hasnt New York Herald t i Only One Alternative It was when Otla liarlantran out PittsbuTg from Xew York to look a the production of one at his Tda companies that he fell Into conVenui UoJt with McGouuIgle a stage hand twtoIln jhi manasor hail recently bn sazi tID JJ with ttK tivjpe as iju nr JK tit property mad McGouuIgle was couiplululug ottho discomforts of travelJ OI always feel so dhlrty he said IOlm not used t goln wldqut a brush an comb Surely urotested Hnrlan Your trPJ1kIsllotBOCUU that you cant get a brush mid comb luto it Trunk repeated McGonnigle tllveI got no trunk Then youd better get one advised Harlan that tori sha0 carry your 1fltes In of course- That cried YlfOouiflgle Anme to nakedlSaardity Kvcniuv Post IJDoe your back ache Do you have thefn1aUfkIdney trouble Take DeVitt Kid aey and Bladder Pills They will promptly reliemfe weak backl back ac rheumattd paint andaU Kidney- ndBladder disorders Sold and rec ommeuded byihe Red Crpss Drug TMK CHIJLlBJtSM TIJT IT KENPODYS LAXAth COUGH SYR20P vl WrlttodcYferafree IItnWfW ffyftl iAIfyour s 104 rw tie ILaaWs Advteery De The Out MNIde ar lIlPr I r ORADE SOIS1H 43REEN UNIVER Many tJorGOGOOOOOOO Qoo oQllc The Safesis and Quickest Wayto g Transfer Money t 1 8 Y J L r ISI B Y 1 1 f fIJJi rr 11JOr f I 1r n tII t 1 Yii r I 4onDThtan ce T1ehine15g i gFor Rte app1y Ii LoC 1I 1ager 1Vg OafflbrIand Telephone Telegrah CopaiyI i i l J0 1 iINCJR ORATED j 4 I 00 1a CHOICE MISCELLANY j I This Human Catalogue Speaking of the late AInsworth B Spofford the veteran librarian of con gress a man who met him only once aIduI wits in Washington in the last year of Grants second term and there met Richard McCormick and Remain Bendell governor and super Intendent of Indian affair respective ily who wjere in the Congressional briry kllllpg time before golngto the White House where they had an ap polntnienfr with the presIdent Before leaving on their mission the governor 1pianable memory iIesat at a desk which looked like a monument of hopeless contusIon littered ag it was with books pamphlets manuscripts and pat per of all kinds He entertained me while herad proof and within half an hour told as many people where they might flnd books Which they had sought In vain Every few momeutsi while sitting at his desk I saw exI hlbitijons of his knowledge of the 4m properly catalbgtie i and imperfectly housed collection of books over which be presided and thought that lhemcrI- ted the tltU whlcl McCormick had bestowedupon him of the living cata logue t Beforo Taking and After If any one be on the Ipokqu forA new and not too arduous prdfessjonV here Is one hailing front Paris A cer tain vagabond noticeable for his thin ness was recently arrested for some minor offense On being questioned he said he was a sitter for corpulence Explanation being called for he protested that fae HWJis employed by the proprietor of a pirtain cure for corpulence the name jof which he gave to sit for his phqto jgraph In one subsequently labeled jBefore taking soandso he wore beneath his clothes a sult of thin India Rubber distended with air In the iext two photographs to be entitled re ppectlvely After one month and rnbbctkottfor the last photograph of all to be called Cured it was altogether di- spenedIthEchange ij Adjectives as You Like Them The worst of the two a phrase which was good enough for Robert Louis Stevenson nobody but a pujrist grammarian has uuy rlgh to object to saya Professor iLouisbyry of tfale j in lltrpvrs Magazine l ro i tcenth century on contends Utbetour1 j through tin raftings of such masters as Spenser ShakesiKmre Milton Richardson and1iern and Fielding Dr Johnson jIVVH rtic hrrsv had onstant ucJ- tlnM vl Minise like my dearest JHi rCtr uij il5WC ry ifhlclr jhtr i4Lrhitibtii way iuipile it rium per of IrlKiiLii or Iafys por r o- lE tbu puiurn out tLdt dearest cut JstM very vr eapecitillyifclir ovorbuitlened Iiralit will liftd relief In kuovin ttfint a scholar may oppose a ktlfUler And may the best nan wla 1J AWtncrfu1 HatcHery Acord t UudfuiMidiy tthe Iiijo ttt woudefful record ever tuado byil salnion JIjatch ery fc unit of Fortmahir lu Use sea son of 1ft0it UiUr IiatcUerj tOOk fiS 715000 ugp of Alaska red the most tmponant salmon of nortlVcrn waters and ia the lprmg of l00i libvrutez- li743ooo young salmon in the Naba stream Alaska qn which It Islqcatedfc t the loss beluf only I072M00 or IJitt per cent By natural propuga VQtho joss on the same nunibcr of egga ould have been about pd per tentJh other words df the j n fryeoBjy about 01dOXK would 1ave been successfully liatcbed iatot roonl suimonOutlngMgsZlae Tk4ts lR1ky tAt casp of retributive Justicet as far 1asimade discovered that a OMM iIIbWtiI tW been stolen from tr hsJTk4 lose of the rabbits tlwMtT9 1W not a squrce of tr ufrte tth utfcl jtk but the fact that they bed M ilBoculated with tark a geytwr JtaM a disturbing erect U ttf ksowtbat tbe rabbits had all beitv Tnortlatedt and several of them weit tulKflfufowi or tyirfcoti sijbjocts The police lost no time lia warning the thieves of the an rouanat1Jle of tllrbut c Who ii1- 1bPRSIDTf be p f f This is a presidential jearr and t f nainiit xtt ttliiiri l l r politics The GOURIERJO PlAt 4 r HENRY WATTERSONEd1toS I3a Democratic Jiewspaferf Dutif prints the news as it develop One dollar a year is the price ofthe Ieellf CoirierJitriil i t But von can get that pai r dThe rlsLtltjr vl f J BOrR ONEYERF Rr1 j t J 1J JrifJ fr f tjournalthis t 1 1 1 Daily CUfrJIUrM t t1 u 6 a Year f y C W F I2NaYtar tf ifi We cngiveo a cObinatTos i rate ontheSe if you will rri hfiijr C apen J r fAPER Zi N K t 4 This reputtionhai bpeqs l tablished by The LoeisviIuj Herald in prmtiH all ihfe 1npa f fall the tim During tfeMij J r s Presideitia1i yeloYQu wasi meLropo1itan daily Jr JMt per i addition to yoer wrH jpaper i han you can teat jMUiajy J want by oWeris jf TeBeraI4 ii Connection with lbs twi fIorrespondeNtssesr lhrjDugh J t tile cousiry ci tHy in Wa hingVxi5 D OrRbJe it Oive full aad actwrshe reports of the cpndItiosesastM7 lcVt4up wlz his l ilclulbi r ranzenwnts wJihihllI1 aI jtStVt you tnoh VslltcJt4unui ThLnisvilh ffrieiii a froErsviO i 1 HOIEYrq DeIJi l i iii lWTlMnd reiejlJ Yes cohs cOlds tbrottrqible NO opiatsis 1oaaL i Go3a4kaeverybody td IWL trv t roLEII TAR syaowpackina 5TPrn4cre IL e e jrcimpLiim 1a +1dte day thM Wtn promptt hi1 ash This 4 t o s isall ciMeds of o aIICIhI 4ee thdthe sas O4KOmS- ltigee Ifer willwlbautt jget who I1a Etr TIZoM tDutItkthtt1batsalary be tti y4 complete relief KodoJ ii tqliiy Kc Cio Phalttac