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meet oB tbetoUrtbd onday4 I4cIi mstlii LitseIttdge W Booker County Clerke4 T sMK CObUtyAttOY f G orr Catlettj Jailer r Sidfiev OeOUrfldsf Aderon BerbfcrtiEddleman BickTslaani j Ed Mater ieiItIett Ji JajM F Moore Con BtySnrveyoj e t r P OBryaz Astsso Iii 1 W iittheIIDCPt1tY to1Mrlf e Tieuur 3Cocoiierof cooa iJ Ws Soft iS P QS l I J lJ r tcl ytOUXT R Noe91ic jjer 3aiiif T oha GracelMarShald W GrigbyCiYtt01- t ftiS ICE UkT t JnJtlce Courts are i14 InCBlyVAprUand stgborr I Church Dirttctor i M THOi1RtJCHCIpastor Set Jt yGWLyo Tic the jstam t1ggtiiu1av- c i J 1 i Ot1tatlla s413Qp sii4ckcioIerya atlO a2tt f e WSd1le aJtftifllleebJe t JIt vC CATHOLIC CHURCH fjyp FBel1ea ilPa1It0rSet tricel every Sunday at and 1- 0aIScryica oclock atStR6 egiie hour T WtlSBTTEBIAN CHURCH Jsk B Eca Lawson Pastor 1DjFtehlsp r cr Strndjayatdl t wiiikt 7 Pn4y school eyery lim ay at 10aI Pjisyoj Kreti elyTkwlda YIiIEf at 7 orJnc J JlAPTISrCU H hY W Rtio WiHiasiti Pastor PreachbgeYrYSUfldaY at l aw t aji 748 pm Suaday chopl every K 7a 930 1u Prayer meeting JeV eVf Tidy CTeatHr it 745 oclock QHRISTTAN CHuRCH L dReVi w F Rpers astor Ser vices first and fourth Sunday Sunday itC P91Jao r Frmttmai Ordersf MisoijiCvCoixx fifapriur flefd lodge i 0 50Jlleet firt aid third Mo dayt i zeht I1Ur l1Jraa1tt1lto A Chapter No tetseveryJ C 1uegdav igpriBjrieldi cbBcii ob2JDeetoJ r t kr joirtbtO1daT 3 TEMAU Yee tita tJDO Ib KodolFort IndigestionI t Our Guarantee Conpem J q uahr ebosdy ar Mi b witf rsa4 yoisraiisi Try ifI this v Fili t aM wot to eht at d PIN lUtu NIMW7 yoa t wttie iE lU iiriirtr M iriKMt iftMiW w1 dsM p b2t tDigstsWhatYduEa1k tr Mak ebe Stmch Swe Ji7rfI roio w cRoss DRUG STPRE v r s T 7w Jw I THE PIWS=LEADER Ii ti f c M rrely Tlere Will Be A Burley Crop in 1909 t Jpadging from reports that cbmevfrotn variqus points in the Birley district of Kentucky i rein fiea pn to believe that thferti wiUbe any effdrt made to hrni1 te the 19C9 crop Ibis apparent also jthat any ffort k curtail the pIanthg next yetirpril be entirely futile Ther Burliy growers wknt to raise a crop and that is perhaps the best evidence h1 a crop will be raised There are many whoare Sfriously embarrassed financially by reason of the fact that they were npfe permitted to grow to acico this year and those who tried other crops are beginning to realize that there 4s no real ubstitute for tobacco None will prove as profitbleWest- rnTokcc Journal fltget Sttpiig P 3 Daly of 1247 W Congress St Chicago tells of a way to become strong He says My mother who sold and waavery feeble detiving o much benefit from Electric Bfttcfrs that I feel its my duty to tell those whb need a tonic and strengthening medicine about it In my mothers Iititsomniaaridshepiric Bitters quickly remedy stomach llveV an lddney complaints Sold under guarantee at tfaydon Rob ertsonjs drugstore 50c Rural Friee Delivery Th jre lire now in operation in this country 39239 rural treE eIierroutes and pettjpnsare pending for 1500 more It is x peqted by the pbgtal authori iet1it Before fall 40000 routes willbean operation Eutal l 1ree- e1iveIy ilias proved a most gratifying success It has placed i country resident on a nearly uaVplane with the city dweller in the matter Of mail lacihGies It h s Brought the country into close touch with The rest of the prld cutting off most of its iso laiion giving it the news of the eat of the globe on time and grei tly increased the circulation of newspapers ipind all kinds of publications It has thus Veen be ingans of keeping the coun try population as well posted on- urrent affairs aathe man who resides in the cily It iis one of the great factorvhich is winn ing the people back from the congested 4 Ire in the cities to the wholesome life of the farm and its work in that ire tionwill be7 increasingly beneficial aSi time goes on and its field is ex tendedfEr A Paying Investmeit Mi John White vV 38 Highland Ave Houlton Maine says HaveJ been troubled with a cough every winter and spring Last winter I tried many advertised remedies butt the cough continued until I bought a 50c bottle of Dr Kings New Discover before that was all gone This winter the same happy result has followed a few doses once more ban ished the annual couph I am now convinced that Dr Kings New Dis covery iis the best 01 all cough and lung remedies Splcjl under guarantee at 5aydon Rob rtson5 dru- gste5Oc and 100 Trial bottle free Child She Deserted faie mother of the child found August 30 in a passenger coach of the Bloom field division of the L and N railroad hasbeen ir cated and the cbild turned over to its parent tbrongh a clever piece of detectkve work on the HildagentiBoard of Childrens Guur thus Themotherprovedtobe Mrs Preston Crawford who re idesnear TaYlor v Spencer county The child was discov ered in a corner of coach in the railroad yards near the Firs street Station about fourteen- iolr3 alter iit had been lett thereby Mrs Cravfdrd Lkter it was ent to the city hospital when the Lqfant became ilL When Capt Hild learned of th whereabouts of the mother he had her come to the office of th board wit ere he turned the baby ov rto berMrs Crawford 4ftidl that her child wasbutA- enioldwhet she desrtedit ai could give no reaspni 1orll ayiBjK the chifd on the t a other than that she justwanted to get rid Of it The woma- nklda pili ful story about being deserted by her husband Airs Crawford AJJ proiflisedi that she Tvotild hereafter care for her ChildJtbISbehilt pledgedl Jfrom Iher before the babwas turned over to her Courier Journal A reflOlIlIlClltClcerc JC Goodwin of teidsvilleN C says iBucklens Arnica Salve is a sureenoagh knocker toLr ulcers A badtone came onmy leg last svmmer but that wonderful salve knocked it oiltin a few rounds Not eve fa scar remained Guaranteed for piles tobertsoas oreburus etq25cat Hay don I drugstore Commissioners Sale rtKr1iivPlff EquityWalterrBV virtue of a Judgment and order qircuitdourt aO3shall proceed to offer f rsaleon thett premises on- TSUESDAY SEPTEMBER 22 100- 9At2 oclpck P M or there about to tfae highest bidder at public auction upon ja credit of one and two years the following described pro e tty to wit A tract of laud situated in Wash ingtoncounty Kyon the Mackville dirt rthd and bounded as folloWs Be ginning in the middle of the county r f I pivine14 W 172 80100 poles to a post corner 0 Dee Noels land in Lucy YoungsIiLue thence S 81K w 88 poles to a- oInttt the middle of the Willisburg nd Cornishville turnpike the ce 5 with its meanders with the middle hereof S60J W 10 poles S plw2L poles S 33i w 8 poles S 231 w 16 44100 poles N 843 w 0 poles N 7i w 4 poles N 60U w 14 poles W 52 w 7 poles N 70 iw 2 poles near the middle qf a bridge over Rock Run thence leaving the pike up the west Rock Run 05 8K pos tQ theprOntof of another branch ihence branch 12 i 1haresBros1 line thence S 12 W 56 361J s poles Jto the middle of the county road corner to the same thence with meanders of said road vith the middle polesNB12 60100 poles N 73 E30 poles N 88 El12 poles S57 tl E 14 poles S 52 E 18 poles S 474 E 20 poles thence S54 E 43 poles to the beg ntg Containing 18 acres Farm is well located in a good neighborhood and is convenient to schools and churches Good pro ductive Jahd A good eight room residence on plaee obaccbbarn 40x100 feet All otbei necessary Jmtt provementSi Placevis weltai I tered and is a very desirable 1home t For the purchase price the purchaser t ir purchasers with approved security or s retesfmust execut bonds bearing llegal Interest front havingii i A lien will be retained on land forIwhich bond is executed Bidders will be required to comply promptly t with these terms M G LEACHMJN SLC W C C 7 tBuried Alivci I i tSamuel Purnell 18 Boyle l 6panly farmer was buried alive JFriday afternoons Ho was dlgg1 ing a well oh his farm and had gotten down to a depth of twenty teet The bottom of the wellj Was much larger thati the open ing and suddenly the top gave way the mass of earth and rock burying the farmer to a depth of several feet Id this position he 1 was absolutelyl belpless Hewas unable to move or speak The well is iocteda half mile from his home and his family did not know that he was working on the well as the other workmen had retired for the day at noon When he failed to return for supper a search was instituted and upon encountering the well and discovering the condition of it the thought struck the hunt ers that possibly Mr Purnell had been buried alive and they began digging and shoVPlngand to their amazementMr Purnell was discovered still alive1He wa removed physician summoned and he is now oil the rodto re covery 1I 3was buried for a period of s vehoursHarrqds burg Herald j Its pity when sicone drug thc stomach or stimulate th Heart and Kidneys That is all wrdhgl A weak Stomach means weak Stomach nerves always And this Iis also truVof the Heart and Kidneps The weak nerves are instead crying outlprtfelp hfs explains why Dr Shoops Restorative is promptly helping Stomach Hear and Kidney ailments The Restora tire reaches ont for the actuall cause o these ailments the failing theRestorative 48 hours It wont cure wl1lsurelyehelp coming sold by RedCross Drug Store l t Scholarthip for Sale Jh If you desire to take a com n mercial coursethere iis no better place than the Bowling Green Business University Apply to tbeNe sLeadetJfor a scholar ship ecansavejou money Concert It is with great pleasure that we announce to the people of Lebanon SifletdHanda v cent towns he appearancb jn concert of jtbe fjllowing dijs ting ish d 1itistsj Miss Edith Rubel violinist Ntewv Mrs Newton Criwfbrd soprano and accompanist Louisyillei Ky Miss Clara Von Pulilj reader Cincinnati O To be given at the Masonid Temple Hall Monday eveningj Sept 21stj at 830 P M Reserved sets 50c each On sale for the subscribers to the guarantee fund at Gilkison Beelers Drug Store Sept l5tb nd 16th and to the public after that date The entertainment wilt begin promptly at 880 J MJ G Mason Iw Beeler l C immittee on If AfrangealentSj ABsrgIarlM tOWN his Lame IB bad cough He doe nt care iorgold or silver but he will steal your health away If he ap ears in your house arrest him at once with Ballards Throh und Syrup it may mean consumption if yon dont A cure for all coughs colds and chest troubles Price 2oc 0c and 100 per Ser bottle Said by Red Cross Drug Store t Slick Tricfc Mr William Toomey the junk manVgptworked beautifully lust Friday He bougbta lot of gin eng from a man and WOos a little surprised at ite weight and after the herb man had gone he concluded to make a more particular examination of his purchase and was still more surprised to find that asaal bar of lllead had been run lengthwise throueh each Toot which can be easily done while the roots are yet green and fresh This made him curious and he continued his inv stiga ions to a lot of the herb he had bought several days previous and on examination he found that this lot had also been doctored in this same manner As ginseng fells for 5 a pound it will be jreadily seen what a pro it the ginseng hunter makes on his leafl Mr Toomey knows the tell6wandis going to make him cough up This was a ted ous business this doctoring the ginseng and the man that will engage in it could make an hon est dollar in about the same length of tjme and perhaps re tain his self respectHariods- burg He ldI Have You a Bally Then watch itdpselyi And above all hlngS dont llet it suffer for any Jehtboftim Vrith wormsthat Is fatal 1Jf its complexion gets yellow pasty tf1t is tistleS cross or pee isu gets thin suffers with fla uhnce glv3 it Whits Cream Vermifuge IThr only cure that never fails and has nobad effects Sold by Red Cross DrugStore l Washington County Winnings Washington county exhibItOrs hacl only a few entries in the Nelson dounty Fair but they came out quite well in the contests The following is a list of lthe winnings by Washington county Finest stallion piareor gelding Bohon Lucas second Best horse mule ui der one year old E J Brown first s Best librae muleone year old and under two E J Brown first Pony under 14 hands driven by child under twelve years Allen Boblettflrst Harness stallion ttwo years old and under three Bohon Lucas first Harness stallion four years old and over Bohon Lucas second Saddle and harness mare any age Bohr n Lucas first Utility stallion fur years old and over Bohon Lucas second Tickling or dry Gough will quickly loosen when using Dr Shopps Cough Remedy And it is so thoroughly harmless hat Dn Shoop tells mothers to use no thing else even for very young bailee The wholesome green leaves anl tender stems of a llung healing n untainous shrub give tile curative properties to Dr Shoops Cod h Remedy It calms theqbugii rand heals the sensitive bronchiall l membranes oopiuD1no chloroform nothing harsB ufeed to Injure or suppress Deman Dr Shoops Ac cept no other Sod by Red Cross Dug Store NEWSPAPERS ON BRYAN FraikLefles Weekly shows that the Leading Newspapers are Against Bryan The last issue of Frank Les lies Weekly contains tbefollow in r editorial The etatijd taken by ttwp fthe Democraticnewspahers Bryan is most significant and seems of itself to portend his defeat The Baltimore Sun after givingj the Democratic national leade perf unctory support for a time suddenly came out in de Cisiye opposition to him This leading journal represents these tirnent ota great majority of the Democracy of Maryland which State hitS never been car ried by the Nebraska statesman The Cincinnati Enquirer a very iinfluential sheet with a large cir culation baswhdlly given up the fight for Bryan in the West an nouncing that jifsees no hope for himin thatvsection As Jtr wa- stiet that Bryan aril Eern were bbping to make gains if any wfiere the Enquirers view must be dismaying to the Democratic ptyI Mr Bryan has a smaller sup port among the great newspapers ol the North and the- Wst in 1908 than he badn eith er 1896 or 1000 William E Hearsts tringof papers irom few York to San Fr CISCO whmh were ardently infavor of Bryan ip his eatlie canvasses are ExceptTthe iNew York Slaats Zeitung and the halfhearted World he bas no supporters of any cons quenoe among thE IjTeW York CJty journals In Detroiti Mil waukee Chicago St Louis St Paul Minneapolis Denver Se attle Portland San Francisco and Los Angeles tjhere4are on the whole Jfewer iiewspapers to talk for him this year than he had in his former campaigns Almostall the Southern Deiipo crt ic joirnals are with Rryan this year as they yrere in i96 and 1900 although nearly evqry one cf them opposed him for the candidacy Indeed he has- gainedonepperi in the South the Louisville CourierJournal which was hostile tohimin 1896 He could carry most of the South however if eyeiy newspaper 4n it was against him Kentucky is a doubtful State and Colonel Watterson support which was withheld fromhirn twelye years t nmtttt I Twelfth I Attal were a dup ful tate the kind of favor which Cblpnel Hemphill isgiving to Bryan iin thfe Charlps ton News and Courier would be likely to transfer that States nine electoral votes to Taft Bryan has gained a newspaper supporter in Philadelphia the Record which hsdtd nol have in 1896but the only doubt about Pennsylvania this year is as to whether its plurality for Taft will be oOOO or only 300000 or 400000 When we see such stat wart Democratic or independent papers as the Brooklyn Eagle the Baltimore Sun the Philadelt phia Ledger the New York Eve nipg Post the Springfield Ker publican and the New York Times against Bryan we can easily realize that he i doomed With most of the influential joui nals of his party against biz4n- New York he ha3 no possible chance to carry that Staand without it he cannot coma within sight of the presidency In all parties the claims of regularity intti l tc giveaway fore Bryans oo noxious p9tonalltyand pro gramme yTt isisafe to say that pot a single newspaper in the tJniteYSates of any impptance wIII exprEss surprise when on tg day after the election it pnronicles the news of Bryans overwhelming defat jQwick Relief for Asthma Sufferers Foley JHoney and Tar affords im mediate relief to asthma seffres in the worst stages and if taken l1In time will effect a cure Hay don Robert ISqat Town Limits We learn from the Springfield News L der that four god neighbor town SpringQeld has- extendeditsliinjts by order ofits BoArd of Couupilmen We are not sufficiently acquainted with the old boU dairy of Springfield nor with the new to estimate what will be the towns increase in population or its increase jn sumeIWe know from the fact that every man in Springfield who tries to make a living isrequired to paY a license f ran effort that Springfield needs money since the town went dry and wthinIt sufficient to give relit in that direction we believe it aconsum mation devoutly wished for over there Lebanon Leader Of Trotting and Saddle BredIHorses Jacks Jennets Etc 7 ledliesdayS ySSeDteber 3O ID08 HigHand View Stock Farm Leballoll Ky the home of two worlds records and SO with records batter than 280 also Narvin W the sire of Highland Boy 2 19V Highland Maid 230 and others i iIwilisellI on the above date a choice ot of standard bred colts and fillies by such sires af Norvih W Chester Dare Jr and other stallions and producing brood mares one eightyear old combined stallion 16 hands high and a good breeder one sixyear old combined mare haI sister to the great show stallion J Thorton fIJacks and Jennets from weanlings to two threeyea oldone extra goocj fiyey arold black jack withwhite points a breeder of sugar mules and sired by the old Lancaster Jack also weanling yearling and work mules some cattle Duroc Jersey sows and pip subject to registryY several tons baled hay and straw Sale Jill Begin itt930j lioatiit 112 OcM T TERMS OF SALE 25 and under cash over 25 note jnterest1bearlpg with approved security payable in bank six months from date Terms flsale mustie complIed wit before property is removed JOHN B WATHEN T D ENGLISH Anctitiieer Lbanon KY a 47 v It7t tJtlJ 1 jsr4 J A i II t a L toallMembrsof- IThe Burley TobccoSocity j Your attention is hereby r gently called to the fet that UH ByLaws of the Barley Tobacco Society provide that On tbt JlM Saturday in Septembers teh year all members of the Stcietf shall metat2 pm af their respective voting places Ml shall elect one oftheir ounb ra delegate torepwwenthis precinct at an electiojr to be heM tttiV Cqiinty Season the first Star day iin October of each ye rfor the pursof electing a director of tbiSodety Tae precinct delegat not oiij casts the vote of his ooiutittteeiti iu the election of a voft- be District Board from hit county but he is alsoa mesiber of the County Board of Control in his county In order bat thft election saall fixpfress the wilFof thememberl tjf the Society let every member be it the regular precinct irotimjf place at 2 pm ontbe last St lirday in September Look ye outamong you ttiem of honest report full of irjsdcm whom ye may appoinv over this business min of integrity business abilltyanet public spirit t V Do not nelect this important duty and thepcpmplMn x f re suits The futures of The Bui lev Tobacco Society depend uppti the hafgqte nd ability Pf themexi felecteq on ttie GbHplj ooards of Contiol and OB the Ois ripttBolrd at the easuiii elections J S Remember the day tne hoary the place and the importihctfol your doing your duty ia this election t All samples of 1907 t baccc should be sent to the centraT office at Winchester a erJltspossible While the days are long and bright the gradiBR n be done much more satisfactorily than when the weather weoli and the skies dark It is greetiy to the interest of the farnaert8 well as to the interest Of tbe So piety that Camples be seat- o s 1 as they can be proparljr prepared Pbhe by order of thelBxeclUr eCommitietvCLARANCE LKBUS i CbairmL A pleasIng good high grade truly Savored ambler colored cup of coffee can be hadand without the real Coffee danger or damage toiealtJi by simply4 using Dr Shoots new sat stitute called HealthCof Pvww wholesome toasted cereals Blalt kuts etc make DrSaHeaitCoffee both hellthfuI and sattefyiBfr No 20 fo 30 minutes tedlww HDliIc Made In ammute says Dr pIfserved as coffee its taste will evil trick am expert Test it aM see Sold by jiTcElroy k Shader Fair View Lonnie Linton vfsitedhi ftacMti Jas Truax part of the w k J Born to the wif of MiVl H Yancy tdaySept 9 a girT v Mrs Fred Ch aaaDdaughter attended uqeluo held at the SprjngtoW Bptisi Jhurch n Mrs F W Parks ot D ayiUi visited the home of MrFiM Carney a part of last wk IMrs Jameruis1 Aafffh ters Rosa Mary and JMIieY ed her parents of Chaplin Satar day and Sunday Miss Pearl Hawkins of Dii ville was called ie b1ibe1l ness of her mother Mrs Mollie Hawkins N6w Hope Church c lJ4i RSY Willard to preach for ttea tw I month Therawill beprsaek- lug the fourth SaD A clever popular Candy CI4 Cure Tabletcalled Preyemticik Wi fIJ dispensed by druggists CTerywhtf In a fen hours Preveatkai 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1KttItr B ddIeman Su Hale IIPowl1 aOdBX Crke T Iiek1 State Fair II d M 1s swgroui int ii fl y with i rg tIo 1e adar wmotfavotlj k ib444es Ib 1ituon al ifer JMoek and aHm 1lt Jstb NM itid of auI c ti JN orier ndthe l irt will tbtIIm dect credit clj riM iW il aQe ira fll q h JhrIi E Hughes wis Mo JOPl the first ballot l i y afterBooa by the Newt Yrk W1i Oonyention i- tIt at ir6Dfai Gova f Him ejoid 827 votes ap151IorJam eW Wass liirtfc f ri31 for former 3cr = ftR Jii K Stewart t litt jRtfHiblican campaign in 1Kekywas opened Tuesday 1 1uitbTLeIie M Shaifj for ilSicrctftrj pftbe Treasury- T at ttMtCpliMirm He was heard x a bf 4J liuiy ItepmbHcana Local toMtord J of the party and Gov Wiriion were present and alsoc r o- i f f ni ii 0 Itlt jwioouncd that Win Htt Tan will speak at Louisville at I aearly date and John W Kern D M cratic candidate for Vice rEk1b Ki there yeter dayi tPpiiot are expected tr warmip in Kentucky from now 00 Night riders are said lobe or gUZIflg in Nortlieaatern Arkan MS sforitWpirpoee of reducfirg p tkcieag of cotton jtfid conr trebling ttie price jr r cje ilter 0R HBdred Dollars Re- wardi Jwr MT case aC Catarrh thai CM yt emeti jJby lls Catarrh P Cr- e4J Cliekiay Toledo 0 c We the und sig edj have known P JiiCY for the1i rtly arS and lttkIeie kii perfecriy hodDl in all Wsiatit traaactleaandnancla1l1 a llo te ciry out any Obligation a ide 1Ii WaWi KInnaB Maryin 0PWi wUlri a4t1g directly upon the blood i aasio swrfacfts of the sjstem f HjtiJiisaisJi set free Price 75 c rfciettlii SqW blat Uruggistsl Ikejaails Family 1nIs for jon t1pue t looRis llLLE I t JN Of4lFW r SeptemJrbgMrifat froaawiiere will attendI i t etoia Pair tthis week 14m Elijah frris and k JStvnou are on the scktliet Stir T n Sweeney wjflj attend k tt J Aetciation at Shep bieyvile this week E M fM5 6 8iea Wtokljof Green brvecvfeii d er parents Sat ri t Aay ad Sunday r r n1tLl4pnCD of PulIlarn L a a4lr Qw0p Ellis of Motift fcw i Tieite l Hr Tea Hifdin 4M f1I1a ad ay- Thiii oe crca Cupper gMven by k MM Uodero JTeOitten at this r t realt1t Wllrrin hlnJ1Prh- F jjfI14 l wL New liupu- 1 b Hly aod wViaJbne the inem 3 1 b fB ef MM chorc MiJ1is week Mis 1MBY471i lJdtwo kWn1MWoi MioBie and r sb retorsed to their 4 1i1 aDikIlIeI artEr a visit to 3 tlfr We JIGOOck kDd wife M Mt Lireooe Trtn iliecL af T1ttJ tt= Nj 1JJf erIy Uvt ifh 1MI1111 k fmfly it1tc-Wf H US PROPHET t ciELToF QUkLIFX- sastscs I rle ForeftJd Never Come toPas- OITE1ALWAYS TRUE i CWt In irW 4t 4lay ter D M ft Writs Future In lloojl ABa prophet William Jennings Bry a has never been a success The ca laaoltles which he has foretold would brought unlimited disaster to the leettatry If they had ever beea realizd- utthey never pame to pass The liar rpwlng plctures which be painted tfere merely figments pf his Imagination based on absolutely no foundation whatever It Is well to have Americans remem ber that prophecies uttered by tile ora tor fof the PJatte must be discounted jfuljy lOO per cwats for all signs indl cate that he feelfr tile fates once more and is about to begin prophesying ga1n A mule C Ssnndra Mr Bryan might hy this 4tlme have learned that keforecaat of evil will nearer be be heved by those who have ound that In the past his vaticinations have been but empty alf Pdvihi Country to Ruin For instance Ivhen Mr Bryan was a member of the house of representa Iea in 1802 he was absolutely certain that protection was driyjng the coun try headlong to rack and ruin and in speech delivered March 16 of that year be drew the following agonizing pictures Protection has been our cannibal tre and as one after another of our farHers has been driven by the force f circumstances upon that tree and as been crushed within its folds his companions have stood around and usllnof home awning farmers Is decreasing and that of tenant farmers increasing This means but one thing It moans a land pf landlords and tenants and backe by the hlsjtory of every nation that has gone down I say to you that no people can continue a free people under a free government when the t majority of Its citizens are ten nts ora st1 all minority Your syS tern protective tariff has driven the farm ownpr from his laud and subV the farm tenant How far this picture portrays the America of today or the America f any year slne he made that speech any American can answer Even Mr Bryans own state be can find an answer right at his doors for the farm laxjds of Nebraska have doubled in value MUrderous Gold Standard Bdt during the four years succeeding that speech Mr Bryans agitationgrew no less nor did the demon which he had raised In his own Imagination hide with diminished head for In 19G ie again saw destitution threatening the country He had a remedy for It a pandcea a fetish yhich he held uorworship esUrtrHelei1resome tithe things Mr Bryan said wouM happen if The gold standard were con- lnuedI v 1 reply that if protection has slain Its thousands the gold standard has slain Its tens of thousands Prom Speech at Democratic National Con entIon July 1890 14Do not Jet the republicans beguile yen about the future The future Is wtltten In blood crushed out of you by- gOldFrom Speech at Erie Pa Au gust 1890 Ah iny frlerfds there Is another rca son why people have gone Into the cities and left the farms It Is because your legislation has been causing tln foreclosure of mortgages upon thv farms Markray words If the gold standard goc1 on aid people continue to complain the yoiJ standard advo cates Instead of trying to Improve the condition of the people will be Vecoin Amending that yoti close YQur schools so that the people will not realize how much they are suffering From t Manmoutb October aa Shut wnoni u uis gojiJ ntandaro slalnl What future did jt write In blood ViWixat tiistric schools did it close Again the condition v of the country makes it calmreply confuting the Impassioned orator CampaIguicg again In 1000 Mr Bry an decided that Imperialism was an- Other danger to th0 country If U wefe continued Ihjp Fourth ot July vpuld be forgotten by all Americans und the spirit of 7Q would betome a thing trIThe light tl111 be to carry iuttiie sentimentofthatsong Je have I so often repeated My Country TIs otIThee If we lose our children jand childrens children wllloiot succeed to the spirit of that song and celebrations of the Fourth pf July will piss away for the spirit of the empire will be upon t Us l Is there any spot In these Unitedj Htates where the spirit of 770 Is dead and forgotten and the Fourth of July u Mieuuliigless date on the calendar One of the moat ridiculous of these prophecies was contained In a speech Mr Bryan mailp In support of Jiulga Parker during the amiulsw of 1901 1lTIq nfteid PrOshlent nooin t bitterly ibm prophecy lud1t that military despotism was sure to follow ali1g1annYemphaslzed the tact that he was henI and always would be aflnn believer in the principle of tree silver He sumS med up his position on this question In the following sentence I believe today in tile principleS set forth at Chicago and Knn i1sClfYIG to 1 and shall continue to fight for tthose principles LABOR WORLD FOR TAFT Characterizes Him as True Friend of the WorKihgman Prom the Concord N H Monitor The Labor WdrlQ comes quit strongly la Its advocacy of ilr Taft It charac terizes him a true friend of labor and declares that the unfair attacks ot Mr Gompers will have little or no uffccfcln alienating from him the labor world It says That Secretary Taft Is a true friend ot labor JIs certain and nit the untrue ungeqrouso11d J1i attacks that President GompOrsor any one else may make on him Cannot Prevent him from contln lug to be the friend ot lhJ ivagd worker Organized labor cannot afford to have Itself split up Into facv Ions on this political Issue That PreiH Ident Gompers ils wrong In forcing this most ominous fight Is certalp arid In telligent wage workers wlll certainly came to this conclusion JUDSON OUT FOR TAFT Chicago Universitys Head So Notifies OrganTo World I shall vote for the Republican electors because I believe pn the whole Mr Taf ts equipment tor the administration of the federal government based on bis ripe an4 successful experience makes It desirable that he should be the successor of Mr thelpoUcIeswill carry out are mpre nearly those which I approve HARRY PRATT JUDSON President Chicago University Chicago Aug 12 Antiinjunctions f Attorney General Wade u EllIs of Ohio who was a member of the com mittee on rocolivttoHs of then pubUca1 national convention makes thefoUow lug reply to the crltjcisms of the plat form made by W J Bryan The at tornejr general says jln part The chnrgemade jby Mr Bryan that the Republican dedlaratkn with re spHt to the use of the writ of Injunc tIn was designed to deceive the la boring man IS unworthy ot a candl date for president and the furthe charge that this plank merely declares the existing law and will give nn relief In those casdein which there has been Ialt abuEc or dIscretion or the apprehen plon of It Is unworthy of any lawyoy wh 6 has examined the qUesUbii The intiliijunetlon resolution Is frank clear statement of the Republic an partys position on a question on which others have been attempting tto deceive labor fTHe sole basis of any j rational complaint as to the Issuancf of Injunctions in labor cases has been the use of the writ Without notice an l the Ion delays in some Instances which J have Intervened before a hearing of j the case ITbn iirose lfatuto does not require ii i i ISAlLEI= rAi my farm one mile west of Springfield on Wedtesday September 30 I1908 At 1 oclock pin Sharp Haying sold Iwill thehghestoidderr Horses and Mules Mary blaGkmare coachmareandyou can find ilnowliereQueen gray mare 9year old by Roundelay liC by Red Wilkesr1unsurpassedfora work and brood mare jjen bay horsebest family broke horse thearound here goodmare mules 8 old 1 good horse mute 12 years old I extra plce mare years old broke to work anywhere 1 nice mule cPltl mUe2year yearling cOltNighthawk 2year old ct byby Sunshine 10year old mare iIn foal to1anliy Boy 2year old colt by byHappyson of Onward All are good breelones Gelding bY ofIf Cattle and Hogs li 31 head yearling steers 9 heid yearling heifers 2 Shorthorn flullspedlgreed registered horthorn cow 3 good cows 3 extra Dullcalves One DutoC Boar 4 or 6 brood and stock hogs sows q lot of to or Oshoats FarmirigrlmplemeQts etcO new is H rOWt ne Ie rJng nderib 1 neW Deeringmower 1 neW Kntutky wheat drlU n w1IronToJJerJ2horscJIlckory wagon 1 sweep ha 1 rake CUI iv tors W Old gearIng and eVfrything a farmer needs rnlng plow8 iQne Looms Hi1ab tset new trap harneg agd trap 1 gOOl tomqntIpD7PJ LtiJJ V TERMS t U a rIO Cfshndover10 xmoDt1is hde negotiable notewith Sixpet cent interest from datet L fr 1rj 1 McELROYI s any noUcfeat alt bexore the granung ul a temporary Qrder aad It Is entirely Within tbe discretion of the coart to postpOQs to any tIEe the J p mtj see fit tbe Waring upoa the g estioa of an Injunctloar Tie JtepubUcam jlaak simply d ckrea that aette shall al ways be glWen anlest aa krejwraWe inJury will result froa 4elay aid la that case there shall be A speedy MarI tag provided It wilt meet tin appceraV of every right thinking mae wketke ap emplpyer or an employee Taftand Lalwr When on the bench Judge Tatt dd 0l1JnborThat such unions are a benefit to labor and to the public That they have the right to Johi with other unions That th4 accumulation pt a fund to aid in a strike Is right fV IThat empisyees have a right to strike whenever any of the terms of their employment are uns usractorrQ Mr Gomerj9 says Judge tfaft la opv posed to organized labor kr Gem pcrs has done a lot of talking In his time and has boon a Tory prolific writer but In all he bus snldl or In all he has written he has never glvcu organ ized labor n more uu innilfl d laiara m nt than Judge Taftgave when on- the bench An aggregation of experimental malcontents and theorists t Mr Slier mans description of the DemocraO party Is a phrase that hIts the target right In the center Honors are easy again Every time Mr Taft buys a new horse Mr Bryan mounts a new liobbyOmaha Bee But He Runs en Forever IFroih the New York Sun What will Mr Bryan say After next election dayy Mr Bryan will Insist That he Is ah optimist Beaten three times What ot that eltthe one neat Democrat Willing for hjs fellow toen To be beaten once again Read the Commoner and learn Mr Bryan Mr Kern Sail together on this trip In the old oft stranded ship They have quarters In the stern In thlB antiquated craft While they gaze atM tIMiles aheadthe race near done And bjy Taft and Shernaioz- Mr Bryan ever wise SDoubtless will philosophize And to Mr Kern recite That remark already trite All prepared and often sprung VBeatcn Yes but Fro stUl young I can wait another foijr Years thon try the rues onqej more I have got this thing down pat Im the one great Democratl Julian D rand Portraits and Sentiments In this game the tlafersia In a row Each whispers o his rljght hand neigh bar the name of someyereon and to his left hand neighbor some sentiment original or quoted snpposedtobe wrjt ten under the portrait of that person Each then announces aloud whose por trait has tfeen presented to him and what Is inscribe tinder It F r instancea player may be given the portrait or Bluebeard with the scription lip was an Indulgent husband and estimable gentleman The name chosen may be those of the players themselves or ot famous characters real or fictltlous ancient or modern Questions and AnwrsIWhat Is that which never asks any questions and yet has to be answered a great deal The front door What Is the difference between a person with lumbago and a window facing the street One has a pain InI the back and the other a pane In front fWhy does a flower resemble a pub lie stalk lecturer Because It depends on itsI Why Is smiled the longest word In the English tlanguage Because there tsa mile between the first anti last lettersITo110nBrldge fing TeacbIing Why Is a pin like a blind man BeIcause it has a head and no eyesPbilIadelphia LedgerIA HINDOpSTOILEtI Curious Morning Scene In an Eaa Indian CompundIAll over the compound from veran das and godowns forms are sees rising from sleep each orie iisvrapplng the drapery pf his couch about himIwith ho idea in doing so of conforming to any standards urged upon the at tenti9n of the race by Mr Bryant but for the simpler If less poetic reason that these draperies conitutehts bed ding Jay night and his nether garment by day But do not make the mistake of thluldng that because the require ments of the Hindoos costume are scanty his toilet Is therefore a per tunctory matter follow him to the well The chances are that you Will never drink watur again but you Will obtain knowledge On the brink of that great yawning hole In the ground known as the compound Well whose Bides are of stone and whbsesteps jead yoU down to the waters edge behold the males of the compqund DI reSted of the draperies already re ferred to anti lu attitudes ranging all the vay from thj pose of jthe Disk Thrower io that of the most reaolate squatter upon a western claim they are lined up in a row from the top of the steps to the bottom In the hand pf each hi a chatty and one and all are engaged in the offices of the morn Ing bath And their tub Is the well The brimming chatties are passed up and the empty ones down legs arc curried feet are scoured teeth are pol ished with charcoal and stick throats are gnrgjed noses trumpeted and In short the whole man receives such a washing and splashing such a rub blng and scrubbing such a mollshlng and polishing as leaves nothingto be desired except In connection jmh the well This latter consideration how ever is one that does npc disturb the Hindoo who prldlngjrfmself upon be- Ing externally the cleanest platter In the universe devocs but llttje thought to the Inside ot he dish His ablutions and those of his col leagues c eluded ho fills his chatty once more from the pure fountain below Uifs It high In the air throws lila hea back and with unerring aim pours tHe crystal libation In one long steady stream down lain open throat skillfully poised to receive and conduct It to his germ proof Interior This don his draperies are resumed and lie departs to his work- Suddenly as out of a catapult the sun leaps up from behind the eastera hills Itid day Is at handMary Ass- be1phaberiaIn In Atlufle 1 1 dO rrJ or r t LettnsSell You Your N8W Fall Dress or Waist f F itifolWe will not only sell you the verY lasted ul style andWt in textur andwr i tE r fJ i t t t but we will also save you moneyf ood money aUhat Try urn and is i t ft Fit r iI1l- L i 1 r i I IBlack and Colored Dress Goods f 1S q + r rF I Weaves that are NeJvt Prices thatt Ayill intere5tyou i H Ii36dnehalf WiwI Cashmere and Poplar Cloth These fabrics are in all the new stv hail shadesand black O r price per yard vV 0 38in Moliair Serges Batiste Chevpt and Panama these fabrics are all wool and- are to be had in the leading fall A 50shadear including black priqe a yd jr IStaple Dependable Blackv Silk = Z t 11 1 5 3rif 10AtPrices that Interest Anyone 19inch bblack taffeta Silk medium finish and suitab1e for waist dresses and im Orfor4 26inch Black Silk Peau De Sole bri lustre finish and suitablel for ht1 dresses and coats regular 75c CAp value for a yard vVL wool lI niShandisnitn black iN5- 24iud i Showing New Fancy Silks 1 tLX PUT the new fall silks is by odds most attractive that we emi led J wiryI l sure find this collection just the you want in you dswe aDd at the yuwJ py silks aye coD are howa U sf tI4 1F and neat All 19 jn price as v fl 39c SOp 59c 75c 100 j ji1 Mail Given Prompt and r Attention ft CROPS GROW WITHOUT RAIN yow the Syrian Peasant Makes UM if the Mpist Subsoil In Syria and Palestine from the be ginning of April until October there tt practically no rain yet lh July the fields teem with a vigorous growth of watermelons tomatoes tc all nourishIng without artificial watering although at that time no rain has fallen for many weeks IB fact the Syrian peasant from the moment his seed has been sown prays that no rain may falL During the Period of growth of a crop the surface of the soil to a depth of six or elght inches Is perfectly dry and loose Be low surfaee layer will be found moist soil in which the roots extend and grow vigorously In this moist subsoil plants continue to grow until late autumn When the cr6p Is re moved 19the autumn the rains com mence abtr the land is plowed aftei eachj heavy rain as soon as the soil begins dry Two prlniary objecrs are kept In view in plowing to furnish a favora 6le surface for taking up all the water and to prevent its upward from the subsoil The great point is to keep the upper six Inches of soil perfectly loose and frfable so that the moisture from below Is not drawn up ward and lost In qvaporatlon but does not ascen4 higher than the compact subsOil thi4t Is not brol eu up by the plow For this reaspn the plowing Is shallow averaging from four to7 six inches in depth When the time for sowing theseed arrives the is plowed to a depth of about sIx inches the seed Is sown from an arrangement attached to the plqw falls on the damp subsoil anellin covered by the soil closing over behind the plowshare From the upper stratum of Ipose soil pro vents the escape of moisture upward beyond the wet subsoil on which the seeds rest and Into which their rootS after the of germination spread Chicago Tribune t Kretdln0 SweatCorn Considerable tabulajdata are given by the New Jersey perlpbut station showing the lndcated by the composition by the ear to KW method Threes plats were eel ed tli first yrsplahtlnffaud analyses made of a num bar tfi cars frjm each rows Thc eas were ailowwl ripen Utah were Ufnted to the season of iDOL The re sult again Indicated the tendency of certain Individual ears to transmit a high percentage of sunr and that this tendency prevails throughput the en tire row grown from an ear The rosby variety was found be much vwectur than the StovroII Evergreen wiiiii3TCream Vermifuge TIE MUUIITEEl WORM REMEDY THE OfNUKirS FAYS TE TONt HHTATteiW PMfIAItHefKVoDari5 C fiT ZOVTO Me RED CROSS DRUG STORE toolTaffeJfabrics range from 42 10 52 inches wide 75cmAll Chevron Broad Cloth Serge Prunella Catline Diaglnel Serge fIS25blackf f will i36inch Black Taffetfa Silk superior u I I OOI36 Inch BI ck Peau De Sois thissiik has a Ilussrb ft ble rr waist f9lart Comprehensive of have WirTin patern color In louisine mesiline figured are inches ottolY this land this time ofxiTceedfug from such I JDRSI ndigeslion11 bat a synptom of and not D7I1IeP6faHeartburn d11oNunwas this fact that ant led Dr Shoo f StomachBemecbDrto the ttoaach nerves slope brought that fuccesa and favor to Dr Sboop and his Restorative With out tMf original and h vital prfn ple no hadFerShooplRestorativeiTablets ctae1ffallyrecommend Dr Shoops Restorative j A STORY OF i The Way One Man Had a Fortune Thrust Upon Him A story Is told of how the reluctant giving of a promissory note by a pennl less New lawyor brought for tune Into his pock amounting to soy eral millions the man referred to JQhn M BIzby wept to New York In 1830 from a backwoods district ns n half starved lawyer To pay 4 a week for board and washing kept him on the verge of He struggled on for year or two and was constantly seeking odd Jobs outside of the law to enable him to jpxlst when a friendly JIHere Is a fdr you BlxXy 1said the laWiyer have an estate to settle and must get rid of the farm on the north sldeVof the city U IIs ap praised at 200 Ymcan have It ntt that figure III tiave not n dollar ta my name exclaimed BIxby You can give me your note and I will renew It until you get ready to pay It replied tbe lawypr Tile youig man hesitated for some time He wasverj nervous about plae Ing himself under obligation for large sum but finally consented Bfcby had to ask for tljqi re newnl his note two or tltfee times haltio fterlvc Irluyp of thjc necessities of life to litjM le frm iutlL the ope Iutf of the Iie C1DilrnJlf1 the Brat HgIng 6f the City by gas gave the metropolis new blrlh aridj his farm- sw Quickly swallowed 4In the growth Atibe time of his death Bl bys pronf tyyas worth 7000000 Today ts1 gOOOOQO1NnUonl Mr Llncolna Brevity A historian recalls the fact that In Mr Lincolns siieech to the notification committee at there were 139 words and lif his formal letter of acceptance there were 134 words iiI his speech of acceiititurc to the com mlttee In Washjugtou 1B04 there nre 100 words and In his Ictteivpf jnccept ance there are words But icc us remember that there were no era In those days and such a thhig as a phonograph hut nqttoocn dreamed of St Louis rostDlspatclj V LncrruiUd f Ionce spqrned brtheotlOG0OO said the orator naturally evoking a round of applause Nay friend do not Mcrt he Cpnj tlnued UIt Is the duty oaUto be honest Besides the sprvlccs demanded by the brazen scbundrell were worth double Leilircr the mwksy rhltndblphl I I dj a rf5E CJW IC c III tBtAll wI II 1Ik Paiimt tYSkPifliii ai w tTTalfetiis fiaii J o tnew shades including t q thee Sb Jrica range from 44 to 50 in JtIg CbS widej price yard j cltIi 4 X r i wNe MI 1 44mSW W aM ItyW llhi 1fabric in neweotcoior cow I 54bmatiops Price ajard s j i 1it i c t t9iiltll Wain Hesitme m 1II0frfa Hibir- ftble J fabric for waist and dreMefii 16 be T hadinall hitsv t y 1Ivory and bjack price a jardx V 32inck KacK Taffeta SIkl1 Itl fittiob 2iguaratteed 40 give satisfactory Mr k t J regular ItOOvalaei pecalii 7C tc yard t n Ie7I 1 Cqt 9 I 1H I r collection of fancy the m i to big price to tins showing taffeta l and most fI9Y They stripes checks dots effects wide andraitg t I Orders Careful cucdmbers to evaporation and process cffcctfRB vcerioru to U and Stosaacatroabla It correctlr MILUONS l York A t bankruptcy chance 1 n Young h Springfield 2pO tynOjWrlt x i I j5Li I ifYoiI Wailt Tp Buy wRIng ii 1 T I That will THE stand GREAT every IdAJCgtk tef we iteN IY I 4 1 t a t bebWsbd j J jI fI iiSI I THE GREAT MAJESTIC fr U IIJ 5 iis itpne better at price tkaa MajMskf IIThere e Yof price is reasonable We aloo kevv utfa s Atooking Stoves artd Ranges i whicij we willi s Ul alt It orics Ik r 0 I I r Agents for th celeialed PERFECTION ML IQtot J t tt Garden Hoe LawiMwsr Y RefrgsrabprsIi Water Ceoeert r i Vemake a speciality 9fPJ1U biD iiRoQf1g Cuiriirt 1 L I SHiJbTfZtRIED1 j 3II p9R triEVCHlLDREN Tha Funj JIjTht1Jt hr tor jOrt lw11 locked cuit onli11udiir r tuau nif oncof is is zle tit needs divern pJsAnd Thlln i tlni QrDIC5ittt wauL n lF ncs t1d1jIcsnn t11o rJolh4vfla mOle e rlcili1t tcy- I Jv nit tYou surcly tiuBtrytunihJoetul atl tuc f i UAC11oif s n fon tnt ppity day4wliIJn Lir 1 h Lt tUIiIi 3ut ba nbCJJs rna yn- cicller oant Uit All chl rr i iT f1Tycinyswhen 1orr 11 f ita 5S Wiil aI kta ruaie hiTSin1atterloW It pqrs tolI ouLlis2Conpalo5I ijii iFoleys K dieRe lfCllbl an case otk1asy orblad4etr4iW that 1otheyo the r Ck if e4 cine No medlole H CL ii Ii airs ydon Itolsertewis drug store L Ti 7 1 Upo R i leave j thoughyou fJIr 4Sa LIII a i 1 4 IJ= iiii any the o liD I = AioUltt I I reiif auii- lsbet t1i etet Ittiad 9tthe trUC f laiili tti f Is ttri 3 imflct t knfI4t ii1 becomes n IOtI1 pI JW ffungi nizl l11kt 1hilanti leath of the tot IIUIn dewi Joflare lIb naii s bs- avoI4M lben lWIIiI by i2si Ia froiir tw mtii islii iM but IdI 5rtHePi tlirttlfce WfM tIsftela antI nrnosb W i 1 be toYefW laiweIstty alrt it- pilot slielse or prfljuFez to kieV mt the sitAa f1 and biri tiftIPee1 + ltJit Its t ethssmvctt rW Ytr- ttssTiae wI= IPt roe ar- eMoit IW iI Mtar w fflfimtaer sfr weIs c tor that flItIMsd eta e i itgt eoIrP Sad ttt tin ithirtIIw i44gtug Yoi tad tV ttfMitpw 1ar 1 teI k be III v1r lUL ua I 4 4 i V r IIDR ft tmm N t OBNTlT d t EX criDL WITHOUT PAIN f J Vi Dp i S PRWGPIILD XX AU Petod IVdrfc Strictlyr JI1r 1vv DR J al0DE a I tIIf tQli ra8 ln 1 fp 2 pai oa oyeLHaydon Drugstore u iampwn7WD = Iffitt in mien ifme qIHc4PR N LR c H 3 IWIFIGRBY 4tfOfltN Xi TLAWi orfeO JIIk v 1IxQ1Lr4D rJriM WfHYATT t I I SPAULDIN- GOc over Red ross Drug Mt OMcejiOttrir Hyatt 1030 A Ifo M JIJ4 to 5 pm 8lipar 2 o4 pmv and ll uiEht 1MAyd mfUifbL m6ECTOR A iIDtlCfISEnEM ALMER 0 oia ItLEPHONE bAY19NJGHT74 SPRIGPIELU l 4 fc p J IJ Shelby1 Breeder of 4DUrOC JJrsey Hogs n t f AFCeYwoarS nF P 1w Springfield Ky r G 9Zl a r To Stop j Wjriiejj our Washlhgtori tciPi Nflon countylriends when jin Louivi and iooking1o- rploskfto to c11 oil uS We veievera1 t I1tt1J Firiibed Roouis rjv whie ire will let for lodgers fot1 abort or long stay at reason ble rates iLpatfed ofl tha Northwest cor r of Seventh and Market StS Irrine Wimjftt John Edekn I Pri M washington =ORrf S 41ng1Je1d choice i Mall t ctqred by 1j JarboeCo 33irwe pay highest market price f6tjrainr If iou wit the Best FLOUR fuikydar grocer for t LAIiTS WOKEY AW i AckAMEa Tt 9 Ute dIUe i iitIOItW Iti wc IIIIluIB Ftr Tie iiiNii oeteJ1e I kplHteecl er 1 e 3 ucsLlfr WtLtNcsiLIk iF fSSl in Springfitld by A H Yd9DItRdSerbc n G- rgR FOR3AMPLE sALLILL KM5AicITo MIon Look PouItsyP ou 4 I sd p4 tk i- tts1itIa r U D Rob ron Go t IMViIN vttitt =1Lfrcal Happenings of Hit FrjMhest and Latest I I AHAbuyuiJrFrIuds l ad Acquaintance c i Try the celebrated 0 Corset bandied by WillUnis BII Extra clean Timothy iSeed ale E 0 Walker t 1vestt fcflysR FD tfp 1 Willis burgKyr 1 JiOR SALE A good disc drill almost hew and In psrfect Iird iR Gray eI1f 2ee the Gold Medall the A bl and other brands of firstclass tailored hats at Williams FOR SALE OR RENT My honse on Letinnon street Will be fori sale or rent on and after Nov Ititif W E LEACHMAN FOR BENT AJourroom c tt- age on East Main St water In kitchen Apply to- JOHN 6 SHADER Mr B IL Shewmaker sold his farm nearMacfeville containing 06 acres to George Isbamv Price f60 per acre FORSALE Twentyfivesharxes of itock in the Washington County Fair Co alonging to the estate of FM Campbell Apply o Theo C Campbell r Harry place who was a ShnltzrOfthia in the track lair won tirstvprjze in the 1C 0 yard dash against strong cornptitionr t The members Of the Spring i field Baptist church express their sincere thanks to Mr H M Moss for the Ub 2 of the ware house during the Asfeociationv t The Washington bounty Col f ored Fair begins today and COt tinues threedays1A god premium list ison this year ndl the fair promises to be one of the best ever The Queen Sb rtis the bet quality on the market for the money When in town visit our ihirfr department We wilLtake pleasure in showing you our stock Williamss WANTED Reliable energetic man to sell lubricating oiltt greases and paints in Washing ton and adjacent counties Salargf Stetson j or commission Cleveland Ohio Among the Washington county exhibitors at the State Fair this i wkare Judge I EThurman Bohon Lucas W S Gibbs and Horace Pai itt all of whom have stock to compete for the premiums offered AGENTSOne Kentucky man earned 96000 in one month j He was a Hustler Are you If you are get busy Writ to Jayi MD SGH DEN 410 Traction Terminal tJldg IndanapoiisTndi t Col John Ii Wathen adver tises in this issue his annual sale of flue horses mules and jjacks TThese sales always afford opportunities for the securing of some choice animals as Coll V7athn landles only the best Gwin Marks of this place won a race at the automobile races in Louisville last Saturday He drove a single cylinder Reo inn cihine in the two mile event ar d won handily over several con tenders He made the two miles in 4529 Mr Silas Sheibnro of Lexing itQIJi who isa tobacco jhandler and w11 has been operating loose leaf warehouse at tha- aon PRI- ROEYS To a lifetime and still neglect and abuse them 11YO Eyes May Need Attention Need It badly Why dpntyou give it tothem You put t off from day to day Do you know the risk you run 1 menstadedtid Eyesight j We provide Glasses to meet every Defect of vision and Our- charges are moderate ti iN Cluirie for ConsuHation C1T1ERJMEeRUSSELL Springfield Kv U x TfiPIPx I atuJIo place was 1ere the first Of the week to prospect over Sprin- gfieldSo far as we have been to learn nothing definite has been done 4 Auctioneer S M Campbell re Orts the live stock market as dull on- Court dayat Bardstown He sold a tnarer and cblt for 775 0 a cow andcaIrfor23 andaptugmarefor51Edward of Mr Ed M Russell was landdrs on Monday atfDr RC Mo3hordf infirmary al Lebanont for appendicitis Dr Lampton accompanied hnand assisted in the operation which was quite juccessful The boy is getting long nicely from last account Attentionis calledto the sale vertis rnlnt of J C McElroy in this issue He offers some Ixceptionaily tine brood mares ind colts fOr sale jThese ani lals are all highly bred ndanvI rne desiring to secure one for use or for breeding purposes will do well to look over the list ind attend the sale which winI be held on Wednesday Septem ber 30 beginning at 1 pm R Viw H Williams lostt a val uable driying mare pn M nday through a peculiar accident The animal had balked and Mr Williams lad alighted fromI the buggy and was endeavoring to persuade ittbgo when it- eared and fell backwards strik ling its head on the hard pike ani crushing the skull The following Washington couny exhibitors won prizes at the SlateFair on Tuesday BestI bur samples of Burley tobacco 50 JiG and R Gi Hays of Washingioncpahty Best horse mule 1 year and under 2 I H Thurman mine oneyear old and under 2 Miss Rebecca 1 H Thurman second prize Five gated saddle horses j 2 years and under three BBLeach man second WI WWYl a traellnga- lesthan from ChicagOj kwasi bad ly fturi by being thrown from a buggy as he was being driven over frdm Lebanon on last Tues ay e ningThe horse ecame tnrnedtbebnggylover the driver out The driver a Colored boj escaped nju rybut the druID mer was badly bruised He suffered a severe out under wassprained1and dresed spending the night at the Walton Hotel he was able to take the morning train for Louisvillei False Alarm It was reported here Monday IWada prominent tfigure in Our courts and iin jail for several yeajrs ita been killed in a fight wilh dI negrOs at Poortown The report turned out to be ab exag geration however inasraiucb as Nad thoughr slightly disfigured issiill inthe ring Hegot the worse of a rough and tumble fight but he is still very much tracted Teethexi with I DANGER out PAIN or No charges 1 when plates are wanted f Iiii Abb WORK I Done Fn this office Is firstclass iin every respect and just as ad Ivertised j j WYSTALLARDDDSSprlHsfleld 1 MM MM alive and wilt doubtless live to figure in many Another Sorjip The Oldest Gourd MrE P Dedman has idiscoy ered the oldest gourd t b longs to Mr Milton She Idss neighbor of Mr DedinanLwho lives oar Chaplin The gourd has the date 1736 Carved on it and its history can be trac d It belonged to Mr Sheilds1 grand father Obediah Sheilds who was born in Culpepper county Va and has been in tht posses ion of phe Sheiids family for 174 years The guard has never beel used andstl1containsseed Mr Sheildsy n tends to plant the seed next soring and is anxiou tbjsee what kijdof fruit they wi lpro dube School Opens The Springfield graded schpol opened on Monday with the largest first day attendance in the b story of the school there beiop 286 pupils enrolled The Qprps of teachers is the same as Jast year with the exception bf Prof Kesner his classes being taken by Prof Colvin A num her of improvements are being made m the schoof building All rpjoms are being equipped with improved window shades the heating apparatus is being im proved and the trustees are endeavoring to make the schcol rooms as comfortable and con venjent as possible There is a good attendance of pupils from outside the district and the school year promises to be one of unusual prosperity Brought Here for Burial The remains of Mrs Susan Muratt who died at her home in Webb City Mo on September 10th oF paralysis were brought to this place for burial Saturday evening The funeral services were conducted at the Presbyterian church op Sunday morning Rev R E C Lawson preaching the sermon IMrs Muratta is well remem bered by many of the older citi zens of this place Sbewas born andispenther family to Missouri 22 years ago She was a daughter oMr Jeff Nance a well known citizen jbf the county arid was unarried in early life to Mr Sylvester Muratta whodied at this place several years before the family moved to MissouriSMrs Muratta was a noble Christian woman whose life jvas filled with good deeds and sacrifices for her friends and family She wa held in the highest es teem by all who reemberhr at this place as well as her home in Missouri Mrs Muratta is mourned by the following sons and daughters Mrs Jamefc C Duncan of Louisville Mrs Nannie Bell Yankey Miss Susie Muiatta and Messrs James and Matthew Muratta Two other sons William and Sylvester haye died since moving to Missouri All of the children were here to attend the funeral iij1 PublicOff Sale 1FiNE FARm II-IT- he fine old farm belonging to these estate of the Late Oliver Croake and situated on the L N railroad and Beech Fork ten iniles from Springfield and a mile and a half from JFrederick town will be sold at public auction on the premises onSTuesday SepfT7 29 AT2PM I WashIngtonIbottomThereThe farm has a soil well adapted to the growing tf tobacco some of It being practically new land tobacco having never beefn culti vated on it It IIs an iideal t 4 I Stock Grain or Tobacco farm I It is well watered and contains good barns sand outbuildinjre wind amill and other improvements Anyone wishing a desirable home 1laceThereover it Terms announced on day of sale Everett Croake Administrator t Program l- Washington County Sunday tt1eIntG980 Song Scripture Reading S1att 25 1430 Song- tJiynesQ1000 Advantages of Sunday School Convention Prof Clarence Adam 1015rSunday SchoolNWprk Jn Washington cbuntoR Ev C Lawsxm 1045Discussion of these Con flitditionsT by Stale Wot ere ii20 what is That in Th e Band Rev G W- l24OAnnouncementAppoin Lyoh y ment of Committees Intermission 180Song and Prayer 14 Organized Adult Bible Class Re1H Will iiams 4JIJ 200 Worldwide1 SS move ment py State Worker 225 Offering 230rpiscussipu ILof Departments l Teacfiers meet ins 2 Training Class c3 Cradle Roll 4 Home- Department by State Wqrker Discussion LawI son Williams W R Se lecman Rev Haynes t 3 10 Report of Committees 320 lustallatipD pf Officers 330 flong Prayer Adjoarn ment All those who areinterested in Sunday School work should at tend this convention Dinner will be serve on the grounds aud every effort made to make this a pleasant and profitable day PEAONAL Mr and Mrs Carlyle Clelland returned home Monday after a visit to Mrs C ellands father Mr J F Gregory 4 Miss Adelaide Kelly of Louis ville is visiting Miss Ithairo M rteMr J FPetius retnrned tp the mountains Mcnday after a few days stay with his family Mrs Jas I Royalty jis visiting DrandMrs Peake pf Isouis yuleIMiss Lncv Selecman Mr ani Mrs E Carl Litsey will go to Lexington ThrsdaYfoa few days 1 Miss Virginia Rjyaltyjspent a few days last week at Samuels Mr E E BusterwIi leave Thursdayfdr Seattle Washing top where he will look for a location j Mrs Susan Crumes willleave Saturday for a visit ip her daughter in Cincinnati Mr H bf Grundy and Miss Kate Mays will go to Cincinnati Monday to buy fall goods for Gr undy Mclntire4 Mt jr 55 Claybrooko spent Sunday and Monday in BardsI town Mr and Mrs J R Gore and children attended the Hodge- nyillIalrlat week Mr and Mrs J Bailey Peyton of Louisville was here tfastwieekw They are contemplating return ing to thtir firm m this county as soon as they can get poes sibn Messrs Andrew Cunningham and H B McElroy were in Oyn thiana last weak on business Mrs T S Wright of West Point Ky has beenvisiting tbhe hoihe of hefr brother I H Thurman Mr and Mrs James HdTvs and son of Maple Jill spentSatur day and Sunday at the home or- S Bishop j Mr W p McElroy was in Louisville Monday Miss Lucy Browne spent Mon day in LouisvilS MrsVENL Divison is visiting rrelatives in Indianapolis Miss Mary Lizzie Qmes who has been spending the summer with her sister Mrs L D Baker returned hpme Monday She was accompanied by Mrs Baker and children Mrs Walter Le cnman and Miss Elizabeth Leacbman are in Louisville Frank Willett lleft Tuesday fijprning for Louisville where he twill enter the College of Phar lilac Frank is ajbrignt and 5ambitIousdoubtless prove successful in his chosen profession W H Robertson who hjisj been pitching for the Winchester baseball club has returned Hief fter a vQry successfaiDRjife ment IMr Bcnnie Wathen Y visits ling Joseph and Thomas Ijjcet in Le anc n lusfc weekt A 1 Little Miss Nanny Roney of Lebanon is spending several weeks with herauntqrsHgpn arid Miss Margaret Miss Margaret Hagan is in tLouisville jtbis week Mr and Mrs Conrad BTertlein and Adolph Her lc i1are attending the State Fair this week Miss Wilhemena Hertle n is visiting friends in Louisville Miss Hadgie Brown entertained at flinch Wedne dav afternoon j Mrs J A Tong has gone to St Joseph InfirmarLouisville undertreatlment accompanied by her sister liss t 1 1 IissIturnMetropolis III Miss Catherine Spalding of LebanonV spent 1oEsdaywith Miss MaryNfiAydon Mia StevTbompson of this place and Misses Naomi and- Anna Day Smith of Butler Mo spent the first ofthe week with Mrs Harry BrowiofLebahOn Mrs J J McCabe returned Sunday night from a wjeeks isit in LoUisville Misk Isa Colvin arrived here Monday from Fairtieldj to renter school Mins Myrtle Campbell is visiting in LouisvilleI Several from here will attend Miss Rebecca McElroys recep tion at Lebanon Friday evening r William H Wharton waS in Louisville thelirst of the week G CWbartOn made a business trip to Louisville on Tuesday Mr apd Mrs JCUoncan and Miss Susie Muratta of Louis ville5 Mrs Nannie Bell Yankey and Messrs James and Matt Muratta Of Webb Ci y Mo attended the funeral of thei mother Mrs Susan Muratta here Sunday Mrs George Medleyand ddugh ter Miss Althaire are m Louis vi tIe i Mr Willie hocpson lpjais re turned to Pittsburg after p visit to relativesi at this place Ben Medley has returned to Owensboro Mrs W F Grigsby and son have Returned froth a visit to relatives at Maple Hill Springfield and Washington county was well represented stj the State Fair this week S B Thompson went to Louis ville Tuesaay Mr and Mrs John C Shader Miss katie Cain Miss Lou Brpoker Dr and Mrs J C Mudd Mr and Mrs Leb Say don are among the visitors tthe State fair this week I Mrs Andrew Cunningham is visiting friends in Louisville this weekjj Rv I T McCormick and iwifd of New Hope were in town yep terday i 1INotic SIThis is to notify persons who trespass on my farm to stay off My place is pqstec and all per- Sons found tresp4ssing will be prosecuted AB Walker Pink Pain TaMetaDr Shoop8 stbp Headache womanly pains jmy pain anywhere In 20 minutes sure tonthe25c bqx Ask your druggist or doctor aboutthis formulal Itsfine Red Cross Drug Store- Ome of Traveilni Did ymi ever pinjrn game called tniT eilnfe t It4a both Instructive and amus log The leader seats hlmsel at the center of the rljng and says I went to Philadelphia yvhere I saw a statue He points to one of the players and watts one aitnuto for the answer The one pointed o must name some famous statue as William Penn Benjamin Franklin George Washington ete If thcslcaderSays1 saw some famous landmarks and points toa player the one pointed to must be ready with WIs answer Betsy Rose house Inde pdiidence hall William Penns house1 ltut etc If he says some famous object the player must answer promptly Liberty beUt Declarationl of Independence Penn treaty mom uraent ethSThe game lust go Quickly and any player falling V give an answer must give a forfeit Carlnf Fir the Eyes Never read with your bead dow Always sit up as straight as possible It Is easy to find a comfortable posi tion without leaning forward if you lean forward iwlth your h4d hanging down or Incllued farward more blood will flow Into your eyes than will be good for them Jon t rid taclnga light Let the light come over one of yourshoulders preferably the left because then the hands are never h the way of the light either la readlag oc In writing Never read In bed Sqoaer OP later that would wriowly altect1 your sight 8fde you aJMHfld mat go t8i1bed until the time Ms coM to to tesieepwkeyiwr eyes feel tired especially at might U1taecetl ty that yos HQUff ue jroureyes at night give tm m rA tern Chicago Nevs wr i rAA- I BARG = IN i For SchooLGirls I IQoodiIf i i i f 4 1jj tkYarfI goods were ibo ughVat a artlon They are ragiilar 6Qc IIThese Cost you no more than Qlnir youcon sid rth wiQthJ and they dont have to be laundered which is a great saving I We are showing a dandy line of H and losieifr IShoes X I and boys at pdiari Vr i 5IBM are now F receiving our larj jKircka of IIWe FALL AND MNTER tr j Dry Good i nd Dre Goejdr Wp b jJyid hareybii calL 1f I RobertsonClajbroote e i CtI I iiICOPOAT c = T riHt1eifts fF SYou can get1lce CIrnz J and Sundaes every day Frh ri f I toothsome Cakes and Candies 1 5 and Lunches 1 1 IIea I t 3f time SEAllI kindsI of Sct i J d U Te f L FOR OANDJY NOr Come adour line t I KATIEERiNaa5 SSSS trt Eat What j P JJt jj jI I t You want of the food you t Kodol will digest ife f You need a sufficient asoeat of I dwholiMmt food and wHtbaal- U you ned to fully dfetotit Else you cant faia rtreafth 1tOt can you strenfthen ypar ftopMkch tf It Is weak s You rnustestIn order t live ad- aalntain strength You must not diet because th body requires that you et I sttSo lent amouatrof food refukrly But this food nut be digested Sand It must be feeted thoraiffhly- Whe the stomach CB t4oltitr you must take somettUnf that wfli1 help the stomach 5 The fw er way to do tt t et vhit you Wt and lit JWW fc 1gebefoodS Sa lcothte1g ee eido this Wheat ibe toici Is kS- MllJS- iou W5t 1ielp it bf giyVieM imdKodolwiUAotktt J Rice 9 Geed feultry FdiFeeding esi critnent8 al 1ie MMes clyisctts Htatloii lncluJed rK a f d whlcU has vert little flw c t r witt ivhcatt w oats It rsMoldl Ja a iargerprodtictiotr of eggs b wiSo aflviscA for feetlln I cfeee veii count of the cost Hover ltetpos- albit tp bUTsllg1atl1 dsage4 rici nt less Cth thaji the coot of coca WM wheat nod In such cases it to a feetr able food for variety f eltkectj teT lug ben or the yomig Mock SWash1n thRitttAfter drawlngolt tiiirtatteij Mr pour n pailful1 of coW wat tj the churn over the butter as4 jlre tsf churn Jour or five qutek No1sdsm i Then draw off the fiwt ifuJa wifc and put pn the second a4 turn ae before If the better W hard euak after the secood waithiag drW it and take out tH better4weoU Cultivator fHka TJat latIt not esserIltbe- of keiHT that ta therJfll et sa11er one well cnrri for sad f from loafers pile un thetn- ucli t t faster erea K tbeiru lsi4perPIUeI1tcfgnj1n p Dbeas M ntiN4WZes0 SA usd fer earttraal Zemo nIilMlcl gk1 IiIIII StWrite for pIeE w Co St LouisMG i z k Qur 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tern l 0fr F tathi MY14 Ct Isaiallpcp- caedL fjJtw at tke Court W T ifl PfIDfW ry O- flj4 OAY PTEM KItJjt2i ck p or tiereaiot ieiig dy to ltttJtertudcw b t le ctIostqpqi a ctdk two yeari tJte fO 1wlRg propert towit A offkata trac of lan jituated m 4 wI qI2Iit7 Xron the c anrIl Mt time coraer to St Bose landr jI 836opoleswe pofe tlw cej4tf W 48 poles j 34W7erline totlMlof same i W posi to a stone corner to w I dteDC Wit saiele m E touahtcerJdfl Pelltfe tIirltliherlineEl36X poles atotb beIk1f cotainIn6t acres TI it welt located being near E W Kt e duck and convenient to acM Haar Mood dwelling and all 1L otJMr mtrinary 3LBNoTemnts or 1wI iortlMC rIRtwft call on arren NaJIyI Ute pttrcha e priced the pur approvedrIJ e hobetrIa legal interest from 4ait o a k until paid and having I tlw Jwoc atid jjtecK of a JtfflgHient J JLKcm Ulbe retained OIl thelaud for 55wp wMcb irexecuted Bidiers w 1M I t2 1 to comply promptly withI tlMi tJMrmK r 1 M Q IJgACHMANM C W qO 4 00 Acrja Peanuts 4 Ph S Por JIboiud ftcrec in pea iihborhood name j Jy Bock Islaud gives some ideaI oj e IlDCfeM itl acre gii pi1ciute in Texas P F PoylNMHfh fibatf place js h6w f mfiMi AskHiio arrangmgior marcf4wir of this great crop pi 0 r pMMMte it Mys that the pea Snhve yielded pn an average tit O 40 bahla to the acre and t6ijtbfwi pract tally cored a ckjal with a Tccal pieanut factory 1 for tbale of 150000 busbclsr at r f fcft aT rtf price of sixty cents a iNtftfeei Tbrland used iinrai3 L45Jt I41ssIats tie ayShI 1trsdyp1bchKedacropof Win Wr fe abled or tjjrish pot toe yikIsroj ro tv175et a OM adiliaociali I25 i lv ffiel fie says ts5pnuta haen- yr j 9 ie profitably to fatter IkStS catvU let dj fut th act ge thiai yea WS llar f r that tile mrplii had to M dV od of The iejdfcfkable de 4 viupiiit aMI growth of peanut tt riUwag iM ao ih Texas Has leo f iHBMIHsa Mens Club of Sat AMIO nderstnd the deal rotrAoi a veanut oil indus try liihl th5e Jd p rlment 01 v Agriclt rtjbasa 8i8tedt and ai r g el hiyV befeu made foiL twWf rteittoQ of Irfean avlr ttiicfetare said to yield h dh btfbilr percnt otv oill Thtt Afrlcam peanuts will be raiai l aai xptrimen ji by many iirjiMtft tu ithi section next year AaIA ufa 5terer in San Ant nll wiLI5takfthe product ind make tb bli j1l lht ftO clO StCNkCIi ttoU it iu4M C1rders witt un M Ile4 to dIrOf1Jc dyspesl i YQ4t tke oaiethiHf for a If qie tojeigthen tb- tt 1 stelNckadgIye it a chaupe to gjel well h yo take Ko4olUl the begin iiiBff flM Mkiva4tacks of Dyspepsia will beaQd but If J6Hi allow thes- s Alr littki attMlM to goaeheeed it will lake Xd jJ 4longer tiina to put your itiwwfceh iIi ft i cedition again v get ibtli c Kedoi today old by t MCKDcSt0ie- U tirtt j A4jp Carrey a younjr st wit i il11ttweD y one 1 wt wai arrfiiteC at St i MIa Mody evetling abeut T fb7cbef Dpt3U 8 =1frrKar andpjac- eosty aI i4ilat ebDO iim waii arreettd on a warrant chargingi hia rith seUing liquor w4tholit Ietior It tliegover- nJlt4ats tern Hi witjiout- efiD pci i overnmetti- r St MrY31IsstFebruary QedMrJy he plea guilty cgebefo T s o- mskni 00 Bodrick anti wi hIatol the October term of MaUS District coutt at Louis Vilte iiirthiB auniot5OO which failed to give and Oa Wed e- s1iiiniuoubivilliMued some months gV but 1rrfbdlef St Marys ahcl unlisted infetibe UH Navy H- oithtohiedrai desertedlrom the navy about three mQnth ago Falcon There is more Catarrh In this section ljf he country thin zItotled1seaes u t tAthrand until thr1ast fte w year 5Traslaapposedf to be incurable Toe gr t many years doctoVs pronounced it Joca disease and pre jcri1b ejl local remedies and by con tta0 iy failinf to cure with kcal tNatmeit pronounce it incurable pitBC has proyen catarrh Ito be a constitutional disepe and therefore reqairej constitutional treatment Halla Catarrh iure imanufactured by Fl Cheney Cot Toledoi Ohtoj is the trbly constitutional citfg on the inarket It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a ttaspoonul- t acts directly on the bloodand rriu 9tta surfaees jof the jsysfem They Joffer one hkndred dollars for any1 case Jt faIi7o cure Send for circulars and testimonials Address P J CHENEY CO To doE hto old by Djr agists 1 cI 5aceHaIIsJamilyPI1lsfor3onsLi i ption +Louisville Horse soW 1 The Louisvj le Horse 800 will beheld at the First Regi nrent Armory in Louisville from September 28 to October 3 the exhibitions taking place each evening Prizes aggregating 147300 will be warded making the largest amount of prize money tlven outside otthe how at Madison Square Garden JThe greatest show stables in thecoun try will compete and represen tations Jorefery class will be given Reginald 0 Vanderbilt Alfre d WWason1Dff Jarvis Hunt are among thellarge exhibitors of harness horses from distant points who will show while Lawrence Jones oi Louisville will be One of the more profhuient Kentucky ex hibitors of harness horses Ken tucVy of course will betrf the fore in the saddle rings of which there are eleven open classes Practically all of the crack horsemenof the Bluegrass will compete for thie rih prizes and trophies which have been hung vA spectacular feature this y ar frillbe the umpsan1 ftjs expected that the worlds record fltte high jj1Tp seven left 6jght inches will be broken ass special prize1of S500 is offered for tbe owner whose horse gets a new mark Two peCialClassej under the auspices of the Ameri fian Hackney Horse Society arE also ibnovat or s The judges are among th- Etntnoved4expers Th the cpun try Jvt Ogden of New York Wm G RQckeIler- York of New and R A FrbairiolWe ntleldN1 will judge thE lharness horses and Mr Fair bairn willtie the blues fur thE roadsters George C Clausen of New YoyUi who was a judg at the Internaticnal Siipiri London will act for tne three gaited saddlers and the literand jumpers and 0 L Pember ton of Elizibethtown will judgE ihefivegaitedrtSSS classes wppity lop Are fyou just barnjy getting arouni eby the aid of crutches or a cane U nless you have lost a limb or have dorni1tfrif your trouble Is rheutna tism lumbago Bpralrf stilT joint o anythIng of like nature use Bollard Snow Liuiuentaud in notimeyl can throw away your crutches and As vrjell as anyone Price 2oc 60c ani fWto Sldhy Red Cross DruffStore taft Labor Friend The sitirple truth is that m man has done more to placl union lanor on a sound square lawabidirigj respected and Sell respecting footing than Willian ScotfyS Emitfoion oa thin J711rlj krtk aks then j41p rosy ave Lppy COd Liv cxi Hypophophites rJf 1iitIIat itM h coi i LL DIUOOStT SAH 1OOI Ass Woman Kept Boy a Prinerj 7 P fcjitfon of bfiihanslrjcmie Attempted Suicide FoH winf Exposure Livct kitliiir Hind IsSaid to Be Unbalanced Ier mind completely unbalanced and lot a cell at the Copnty Insane hospital IDa Laura tWhalen matron at flft Iowa Soldiers Orphans home a state Institution probably will never beable to explain her atotlve in keep toe Frank Pratt an orphan aged twelve locked up In her roOm un known to the authorities at he home for three months tThe Pratt boy has been missing since March 29 JL few lays before that ho had scalded his toot while talc Injj a bath Miss Whalen who was the matron of the ottnge where the otherIdnYIJIInquiry about It Miss Whalen told him the boy was not there but that she would bring him to the office In the morning tphlIhtmthethe prospective visit of the superin t ndent and had run away II The officers made every effort to lo cate the boy Notices were sent out aliover the state fia an effort to tlocate Frank JIn the meantime Ffak Pratt was a prisoner In the matrons room while the twenty boys In that cottage came and went from the building sleeping there at night and playing with the other 500 children of the home near the cottage during the day Nil of Horror h= Prispifc French Soldiers Terrifying Experience Deasjly Lancehead In Iflarfjnique JailHis Life Weakness For Music I Ihe Eclair tells a blood curdling ser pent the scene of which was the of ilarUnique and the dramatis personaev Sergeant Legrand and PrI veto Durjind and the snakea Deadly llancehead The soldier had been punished with a night hi the cells for some trivial of fense but as the nlghl was iot the sergeant hadVJeft the door open In the morning at oclock Lqgrand to take his prisoner and to his horror beheld a lancehead Snake coiled up and fast l on the man breast The sergeant did not lose his pres enc of mind He noiselessly away inn to the guardroom and jfo lowedbnU the men on duty returned to cell with bowl dt milk and a tin Placing the bowl of milk at the entrance to the cell the sergeant began to play The Blue It Maeed by B1acksnke Convinces Species IIExperience Lacking Reason Two large ro ot by John Poffman sunning be side a brook In open woods near Highland lake Connecticut sight of young Dotfman the snakes both of which were tully slxtcet In same direction finally disappearing iu hole between large stones l t the base of a hemlock tree Doffinau a long piece of r he fastenedrope too fendQt a noose made of fine wire and placing over the hoe climbed the vtcohvlth teother end of the rope la hand As one of the snakes J3Taft his decisions in labor Both employers and employed acknowledged the justiceiofiiis rulingfe andjearned to abide by and today there iis not an intelligent worker or fairminded Employer who would sefek abrogate KlLLTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNCS KingsNew llFOR C8 elRIm t ANDAtLTNOATAILUNTRUStELUUARANTZD nOBOBOXXBUl7JfDm I heard the boys playing said Frftik Pratt andbegged her to ret me go out and play with them Sjie told me was sick and if I left the room or opened the blinds I probably die When I cried she told me to make noise as the doctor sajd It would probably kill me Most of the time gpt enough for breakfast hnd dinnerv but often did not get any sup per She told me that it was good for me to eat so much and that the doctor said J should be careful told her 1 did feel slckr but she said 1wasJnii bad condition She brought me hooks to but I got tired of and wautcil t go out with the other fellows c led sometimes for hours when she was not there Recently ltIlLt Whalen rarurninK from u ijuj1 it ti ii lhrrWno tlccd n of the h1lc1run exclro1 ly gathered around iIier coUufee ur pecting something she went to her room which she always kept locked when she was out and questioned the boy He admitted that he had pried open shutters and had been talk- Ing to the children in the yard Miss Whalen immediately locked him up In a closet and evidently fear lag that she bad been found pre pared to end her life- SJie packed all her belongings in her trunks and took a of chloroform The boy is little the worse for his cOt nPIDeit With 51 Snake a Saved by Rep v tiles Milk and storY island very asleep whistle Danube woul read outi Is needless to remark that the weak ness Of the lancehead Is milk and mu sicThe s rPerit vhIch was at six foot specimen awoke from tho soldiers body toward the bowl but It had no sooner its head in lts drink than ten cudgels de- s ended on with force kill lug outright The oldier Durand who was In swoon was takeA to the hospital phero he lay for many days on the r THE 5BRGEANT DID NOT LOSE BIS PRESENCE OF 3I1 D went stole the a the Af long the a which jls to I I 1 not them I the then dose long It it verge of madness He recov eyed and related his experi ences how he had awoke In tne mid dle of the night as the serpent was coiling Itself on his bare breast and how he Und lulu there In an agony for hours not daring to rtove a mpscle Durand was sent back to France as soon as he had sufficiently recovered The only trace of his terrible ence adds the Eclair is Hhat his hair is now snow white f Kirp That This of Reptile Is Not Wholly In tthe Power of blacksnakes w served started procured after by cases hive them them outside not not number glided burled beloved tejrrlflc finally horrible experl emerged from the4 ground Doffmnu pulled upon tho rope snaring the reptile No sooper had he done so however than the snakes mate caiue out of the hole and ixppnVently realizing tho pre dicament of IWf iuasoed mate started up the rope after DoECnian who after the reptile had ascended to within r few f tQt him dropped tthe rope Doiruirm 4ld not ilatre to leave the tree unjll the two sp keg nud the rope Laju ara1 through the wood Doffmnu Is now convinced that blucksnakea can reason Judge Taft lifted union labo from thq doubt and uncertaint as to its rights which batbefor prevented and aye it standinj which it has ever retained ani which has proved under his ruJ ings secure against al attack The Old assumption derive from England that union labo sa corispiraoVj and thai worker could be nrevonted from leaving r ilwaycr Oilier tmplo5ment a thpir wifl w s swont a wuy lot ever JudgeJ Tart so far asth United States I concfrijed an when an aUernpt was much years later to revive the princ pie Judge Tafts decisioni wr quoted Successfully 5y the Inbc side to defeat the plea M Taft was andiaj labors frieic becausij Le is absolutely jusI SJJSjS For Womans- e Eye J1 111ff ff10I I e ALL O TIlE UUl fAun I c1 SEC O WRlTi GRE tE and would no more permit wrong to be done 19 the poorest laborer in the land than he would to aay one else And the hones law abiding worker asks and expects no more than this SeraTd f Will Interest Many Every person should know tha good health is if thd kid niys are deranged Foleys kidney Remedy will cure kidnejr and bladder disease In every Sofia and will build up and strengVben these organs so they will perform their function properly No danger of Brights disease or diabetes jif Foleys Kidney Remedy is taken in time Sold by Haydon if Robertson TAFTS TO BLIND Overrules Washington Monument Regulation For Benefit of the Sightless The kind heartedness of MrTaft- and his sincere common sense symI i pathy with the unfortunates In thisIi world has just been brought to tbent tention of the blind In a peculiar way Away up In the top of the Washing ton monument where thousands go to bhold the beauties of the nations cipltal the Columbia Polytechnic In stitute which s eks to make It possible for the fult blind of the United States to rise ubovei conditions ofdjs pindenceby becoming self sustaining placed on sale souvenir post cards ntanuftfctured by Its blind Some sen tlpental persons took the view that tnls was undlbllltlcd find succeeded i In biting the superintendent of public buildings and grounds order the cards i then secretary of war and within whose Jurisdiction same the office of j public buildings and grounds it took ojnly a few words to conLncetbe se v rstary that the blind should have the Benefit of this privilege and the cards were again placed on sale In tie mon t menf t For this action said Prlndpnl lleaveland In diSCUS Sing the Ihcldent Mr Taft deserves the gratitude f very bUnd person particularly tile- progressive blind i who are striving to fielp their less fortunate fellows kNTINEORO PLANKS IN WEST j VIRGINIA DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM s Jim Crow Plank We favor the enactment of a law re ulrlng common carriers engaged ln assehger traffic to furnish separate j Olored ijoaches or compartments for white and Elective Franchise Plank 1 t Believing that the extension of the flectlve franchise to a race Interior In ntellljience and without preparation or the wise and prudent exercise of a rlvlege so vital to the maintenance f good government was a mistake It and prejudice following the ctfll war for political ernie and purposes we declare that the Democratic party Is In favor of sa amending the constitution as to preserve the purity of tile ballot and the electorate of the state from thud evil results from conferring such power and privilege upon those who urel unfitted to appreciate Its importance as it affects the stability and preservation of good government l Tafts Religion l tarjan church That was the church of his parents and he has never separat more often beside her In her church These t112 facts which are utter Oftw ThVKidiejfj Are ky Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Wood science proves that nearly diseases have their beginning in the disordCr these most important organs kidneys filter and purify theblood that is their work Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understandhow quickly your entire body is affected and how every orgoii seems to fail to do its you sick or feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampItaot because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other orgatis health A trial will convince any ne If you are sick you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers Sw J pRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest forits wonderful cures of tile most distressing cases and is sold on its merits by all druggists in fiftycent and onedollar size bottles You zany have a sample bottle all of The to 1c tBBoot by mail freealso a pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper Iwben writingto Dr Xiliner Co lung hamton N Y DoiJt make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot aii4 the od- 3res N Yt on every bottle I i= worntn s troubles Yerytpften occur regularly at a certain time every mdnfit jicause this may have been scalI your life is no reasdki why Jt should cons JMany thousands of women who had previously suffered from troubles abntiar to 1 due to disorder of the F taiwonderfully 1 i Wine CarduiMr- 3 1tI I i 1r Leota Fart cl Toledo III irrltw larrtI tpU d ytth tfar ji of trA1 rlb 11 f2 4 takenthres bottles and am now perfectly well free from pte azMfI have gained 25mia lit 111111 i USA lE1TE A S i are rly and xu for the The of the nation ordrtlned and established to secure the of liberty to ourselves and our posterity places the very Suggestion of such from our countrys law No religious test ever shall bej re to any office The numerous queries about Mr Tafts religious belief show simply the extent to which ills enemies have gone to reuse some prejudice against him Since tber was no sPQt upon his whole dean record of private conduct and publc service to which they coufl point to Tafts detriment they dlsplar ed their to descendto any depth of petty cowardly attack that mlghtdo him deJphia Xorth Auierhro t Same Old Story Taft talked straight talk to his about every issno that en grosses the thoughts of Americans to day Bryan promises a Series of post scripts to dispose of Jtarlff railroads currency trusts and else of real Aud then ho eugngea In one of his parches after a paramount lliut5tiid fnids it In the and tinsel plati tude Shall the in ojle rulcr It Is the oldtold story The garb of the does not sit well upon the born Crusader Mr Bryan has put forth yi tactful smoothly phrased bun die of mid he hs done at the very moment when the mental appetite of the whole peoplejls sharp cued for strong meat and not wind pudding With a score of honestly disputed and Important questions open lie chooses to select as the chief Issue of the a query to which there Is no negative response Shall the people rule The people always hare ruied and always wIlt juje oith Ameri can Aug 15 Reciprocal Boosting Judge Parker li laboring for the Bryan cause In California which re cals the fact that Bryans campaign iu Nebraska for Parker kept the Repub lican majority In the state down t 56000St Xouls Mr Bryan criticises Mr Tart for adding to the platform IIn the meantime the number of para mount Issues which Mr B Value of Straw I sections straw Is largely wasted says American Straw has both a feeding and a fertiliz Lug value In order to determine Its fertilizing value have beet made by the Maryland sta In the early fall and plowed down the following spring and he following results were obtained The untreated land thlrty tour bushels of corn per acre and six teen bushels of wheat The straw lam produced fiftyeight and nineteen bush els and the same land mj nurcd produced clgjjtyslx bushels of corn and busholsof wheatt The results show that while straw i not us valuable a fertilizer ojs manure It will produce a Increase In yield aud should be used fresh where available rather than allowed to go to i Protein For Growing Hogs At an Illinois farmers IIttstUnte Pro c ror William Dietrich of the Illinoi- station presented som prnctlcal lessojiiJin growlMg plgst say ngt Fpr the pCs twO to six mouth old protein Is tilt most feed Without protein cimuot th I lean meat of grow to any size Pro tein is found In sklmmllk clover and alfalfa Corp W ulnctcnths carbohy drates Oats have u little more pro tein than docs corn Barley Is onq of the best feeds on the farm It contains Wore protein than does rye In clover and alfalfa large bulk for the 1Ctlret1 u trier spJl pis cannot get enough 0U nlxl am rrovh Evjn If ou hava com a1 jjjlover It Is still necessary for the young pigs t have some protein food cQwpcas soy befits or Canada field peas There IsJI i nothing better grown 6n the farm to balance up the ration and their use on lour farms should become much more common than at present Poultry on the Farm When we speak of profitt In poultry on thOffarm we mean not Only In chickens but ilkeiivlse In and ducks The rdarlug nail suc Ihandllug p9acli is n etndv but is noreason thy tlicrp Vhouja t j farms onAvhlth flecks v5 J Does y urtiick acrteDU you have air pain n thialti an the small i the back This Is due usually to kiduey trouble ney and Bladder Pills They will reliefne weak back sack aclu rhqu iatlc pains and all Kidney nd Bladder Sold and rec by the Red Cross Drug TKE cU LJt SN TIJT IT Wrttet today fer a freecejy efviibe 64 Snbeyours iss JlcLadles AdVisory P1db till T Mss J i dV GRADE OFTfECOMMERCIAL BRANCHES INCjODJ4 7El AM1U5SONSUOOXKEENYMAlLGRADUATEs uW SITIOHS aOW1DDR BOWLING 1lBUSINESSUNIVERSrrv BOWUJIG impossible KINDNESS prlpclpalO passengersS Republean Whlchshou11nof RotneaCatholic howeverIs Weikeied OverWaik onlyUrinarykidneysbut SwampRoot Bingharoton of WRITE absolutely ummponuni rightfulpresidency Constitution blessings eipressly patriotIsmNofundamental qulrednSa qualification DnltedStntes willingness contemptible harmTPbiln countrymeif everything Importance melancholy rhetorhcalfustiait conservative generalities deliberately campaign absolutely Philadelphia1 GloberDemocrat Republican nusoV plotCQrmjFertilizing IotteotheCultivator considerable experiments experiment broadIprodjicjjd respectively twentytwo considerable wCsteS uxperimeut Important bull4P theraisa ntI iiirurl 1c TakeIeWltt8Kld promptly disorders omnlcuded KENNEDYS AAiJV oJcIE r1t r ift 1rn oooooooopo oqooooo q88The Safest and Quickest Way to 2 l f 4 1t rr jMJlQ 1 f 7ff 2 S iJ c1 f JSBV l1 q J iq L9nAJ + Distan Te1ephonk 4r 15 zfJFor Rate apply to Local Manager fr t CoiibwM rTcicplMcI S Tele IPf Coiuy ff t 0INCORPORTED SIs SS OooooooocOOOOI== = f=i 2 4AA AJ Q otI o ilII TtT 5l FREE Y I T For a limited time wewil give abo1Ms yfri p X charge to each new or r oeUiMC ubcrib i KJJ I V subccription to i i outheFll9Agridu1turiJ11fi gr t jH NASHV1LLE1NN iiiForfqyyearsIiis paperJaibjuj I f j of thousands ofSqut ent faruiers 1fo area tj a su1H riber to The NewsL4er or if y scription hexpired rd NOw and1 tIaW Jvaluable present free We rerye thrM liD withdraw this bfftr at any tiraeo HURRY UP Address I 1 The flyeWS LelJuett oi fo 9 Springfield ky 1 6 + 4 + elusively uiui u pront and toe same thing Js true of turkeys just as one farmer devote Ms attention tb purr bred tattle another to hog and an- Other to horses If the poultry pens are small andthe poultry Is con BuaJ Iy confined It will pay to spade np a part of the ground each day md iId oath yen and give the poultry al OP ortunlty to scratch t BeSld the worms hl hm be found1 isi the ground end which alone are worth the spading the exercise obtained by the fowls In scratchfng will be worth while Poultry must have exercise anti the natural xerclse is that o- fPratchIngIunners Advocate r Armour to Retirt Bill Anucfur former mrnagerof lbs- Clovelamlnud Detroit baseball diiJisl j tad pow owner in5d manager tof tlie iolcd cluuv11i ret1tC6 benCh mai- nger hil tin close of the present sea son Nervous strain from excttflaueBt during games Is Ute usege will handle tliebusluess end In the future and itu his own scouting Or players jo summer 1 NeW Pitcher For Chi ii Ciilw Tlie Ghjcas0 Nationalt league qlub hasslgued Cy Young star pltchfr ofj t nJt Jc g cecitly 4tcucjl i twht3ate- lLslapFze g 11dtultlJ bf tlerro et ff r tn JMof11Y trlilts- ioagfcin1erhT attended tire Uniyer iltj Or Pol1lnof Waps Land a Catci jIatgber Gfovor Laud ofx the Totedo Hub In the Auierlcan association liasf 1been BcJd Jto the Cidvelaud club bjt will retain sHh ToledO until tlickse- of the prefi 1t Fci oUt qu it15 This wilt mxtle JnmVs cccond appearance ii n 1J IH1P l Pitchtr McCcrlh FcfclwrEm McCijtb ro young twkicr 8cHrAtlf by the BosTOn Katlouals ttoa nlitK llhtlotrt t self a iJa J I LEfSI tHONEYAHuTAR toriginaltAXMWEULh1II1 rOt c Meo1 tfcroml aM 1m 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