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WFBo Pastor scr ji Iri fourth Sunday Sunday Retool 9OaEii y Frmttmml Orders 1tF x L2 x Sj IjJlei410dKt ifiW uMietl firitaxd third Monday r r cbatb iiMiito lt A Chapter No 57 v CtJ Hce1l4 TQdday Ipe4Je Cowtcil o52et on rTfvt 5t4Ti l etlfsr0 41 PAIN oe Dr SHoops HeadacheTablets RED CROSS DRUG TORE A v r c Ti 111EiWS4EADERi 0T D A Ia iSh tia ifay A otloKftray in which Jle- pf tfie participants was so badly- iiiIar4 hat ke lived but afew tha school hrOUM on Jones forks above J3dfozsvile at four PCloCk ednesday afternoon Those who ttook part in the fight were C B Mullins at dh18 brother H TV Alullin on one side and James JJollow ell und a son Glint Pdllpwell on the other Yester day 3 Band H T Mullius came to Jjebaqon and sunendered to douqty Judge John A Burton who etthe examining trial for tomorrow 5CB court allowed tb men to b6 placed under the gwicd of a deputy sheriff and were notsent tojail The Enter prise was unable to learn the cause of the trouble which re suIted in the fight but it is said to started from a misunderstanding over some shingle blocks It is allied tbat the Followells were shooting at the Mullini from behind some trees beroeth latter opened fire James Followell was shot throughxtheabdpaaen and lied a 1ewh urwiaterLelanonJEn terprebI Stoinachtrdubles cured How GotoRed Cross Drug toTeget a 59c bOLT Miona ttablets and be happy Simple isnt it Guar anteed i Salt of the Earth j A great imany pepple are skep t cal on thecsubject of mfnisters when it c mes to a question of sajary They think tney always go where they are promised the most money Such is not the case and there has recently come to the observation of the News a case in point Rey A A HiggIJ ins lathe pastor of the Presbyterian churches at Glasgow and Munfordvilje receiving less than 1900 from the two churches Last week he had a call from one iof the largest and bestPres bj terian churches in the State with the salary of 1 800 a year promptlyJt ent fleld wasihe place where he- hOuld vlabori Rev Higgins is me bribe most promising young ministers in the Presbyterian chuich Perhaps he remains in Gfasxow In the hdpes of getting Jim Ricbardsoni editor of the Times in hi4 foldE Town News M A pain prescription is printed upon eVch 2jc box ot Dr Snoops rink rorDruggistlfthhformula plete Head pains womanly pains pains Anywhere gets instant relief from a Pink Pain Tablet Sold by Red Cross Drug Store JIAkska5 Wheat I Tbe Farmers Home Journal says Some of our readers may remember that severall weeks ago we published a miraculous story about the wonderful yield of an alleged new breed of heat1 which was styled Alaska Wheat Thestory claimed that 2POlbushelsi nated by a farmer in Idaho We published the story onlyto show the ingenuity of a sharper in an attempt to humbug farmers We purposely omitted the address of the aIlegedoriginorso- aslo guard against any ciedu bus reader of the Farmers Home Jqurdal being swindled by him and expressed our opinion about the fake at tie time It seems however that a number of city papers among them the Satur dy Evening 1pst were caught by the fraud and the Idaho sharper big lot of free ad ver ling from gullible city editors i who helped the Idaho man to swindle their readers Prof R B HTyslop of Uae Idaho EtDjsrinieut Station hasinve ed the aaaiUr and finds that the fAlaska Wheat is potbing more than tb old Mummy orEgypt 140 wheat which on good laud will jieli Jcoar 20 to 35 bushels per acre but is almost worthless av aIn U1I heat DeW ttV Little Early Risers the fauwus little liver pills They sure mali taafe pilIsS01d by Red roiXkugStOre fSUST INS FI E t Judf ORear icicissairii t the Adm Expre Co Frankfort Ky Sept 23The r fine assessed against the Adams Bxp ess Cornpanvin Washington l t febuutjfor delivering whiskey in a local option tuwn is sustainedI ndeddonbylJudge OEear A box o whis key was shipped from a distillery inISpringfield There was DO mark on the bcx to indicate its con tents but the shipper waknVn l to the express agent as a distillers clerkl and the pamier was also known It was claimed that the contents of the box was paint The court hresays thttrthe ex press company is liable Bsit presumably knew what was in the box Scholarship for Sale If you de irei taketa com mercial course there is no better place than the Bowling Green Business University Apply to the NewsLeader for a scholar iship We can save you money The Kentucky ociaL At Mammoth Cave October L2Lh1for wometfs clubs small parties and visitors to see the rave during the great drouth 375 tha round trip from alKsta i ions on the Rardstown branch Igoing on regular morning tijajj ILmit on tickets ten days Very Ilow rates at caveand hotel See or write L N Agt 1 Dad A Close Call Mra Ada L Croom r the widely known proprietor of the Croom tlotel Vaughn Miss says For several UghIand consumption Bo med to have its grip on me shell a friend recommen dec Dr Kings New Discovery I began taking it and three bottles affected a complete curesThe fame of this life saving cough and cord rerpe dy and llunfc und throat bealer S world wide Sold at Haydon Robert sons drqg store bOo and 81 Trial bottle free Hn1ya Bill Passes IndaLapolis led Sept 26j Goy J Frank Manly hte today signed the Cox county option bin which passedithe Houe this morning by a vote of 55 to 45 TheI measure passed the Senate ago Opposition to Shemeasure has been very pro hounced by the liquor element1 who claimed just previous to the vote in the Poase today that it would be defeated By the votes of six Democrats whom Tom Taggart damnea an bourafterward the AntiSaloQn Lea ues ounty local option bill passed the Indiana llower hxruse tQdaian J with the signature of Gov J Frank Hanly will be come a law It iis by far the bill regulating the sale of liquors ever passed in Indiana aud it is Ia complete victory forHanly and the State Htpublican organization llugged into the tight at the last moment SAVED His Boys LJKE My three year old boy was badly constipated had a high feyer and was In an awful condition I gave him two dozes of Foleys Orlno Laxatlye andte next morning the fever was gone and he was entirely well Foleys Orlno laxative saved his life A Wolkuab Casimer Wis Spldby Haydon Robertson An Autumn Song Therejfs aicalm and tender feeling as of Autumn in the air Evrywhere evrywHere The shallop leaves sail down crim sondgreen and goldendbrown Here and ther here and th re- old Rocky Face is sad haughty handsome stern and bad But the young Cohuttas smile Dreaming softly all the while t feelingastTheres a tender holy reeling as of Autumn in the aft Tis a pray errtis a prayer JJblessmgsJJ jj Evrywhere evrywheret While memories of Summer now faintly fade away Hill and valley sing in glee 10 let Love the harvest beV With the tender holy feeling1 as of Autumn In the air Robert Loveman In Uncle Remusls The Home Magazine fr September wc Philips tad Mr WO Phillip a pr mh nent citizen of Lebanon died at his residence on East Malti street yesterday afternoon after a protracted illness T edii ceased hadbeen in bad health many years due to a stroke of paralysis r About six month eCondrstroke Since that time his con dition has been very feeble and for thepast three or four weeks his family have had little hope of his recovery But everything vlngll hands that could be done tb alle viate his sufferings and to make his last moments happy MrNPhilrips was a son of J G Phillips deceased and was born in Marion county and spent the most of his years on his near this city On account of ill health he moyed to this city about four years ago He is survived by his wife and four children Mrs Lee A Scearce Mrp Joseph Irvine ymePhillipsMessrs Joe C James 0 and and Charlie Phillips and three sisters Mrs John Wf Lews Mrs Samuel Avritt and Mrs Julia Exall 3The deceased was a good chi zen and his estimable family have he sympathy of the entire cOW mnnity in their bereavement Lebanon Enterprise t A JswKiBas EXPERIENCE CoR Kluger The Jeweler 1060 Vir ginfa Ave Indianapolis Ind rites I was so weak from kidney ijroublc thdt I could hardly walk a hundred feet Pour bottles of Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cured my backache and the inegulari tiesd isappeared and now attend to business every day and recommend Foleys Kidney Remedy to all suffer ers as it cared me after the doctors and otbdr remedies had failed Sold by Haydon Robertson Great Trots Commence at Lexingtonn Kyj on Tuesday Oct 6th and con tinue for two weeks Every day one or more of the historic stakes of Kentucky aroTaced and ll the races are filled with the best horses from all sections of the country meeting at Lexington for the first time in the year There are nearly 700 entries in the 84 races and it win be the greatest meeting ever known Excursipn rates of one fare for the roundtrip will be in effect all Kentucky points The I l best horses races and music in f the country are the attractions Remember the dates Oct 616 and attend 4 Republican Encouraged The interest being manifested In tha present campaign by Be publican workers at this time Iis very gratifying to Chairman Winn of the State Central andi andtboserassociated with h m Secretary A B Bennett Vice r L McCoy and Congre man Don Q Edwards all assert posi pubIigoing clo I duty this time r confidently exrjgQt anclthttbevl Irit to roll up a majority sitI Itait 5000 The spirit of enjbnusiasm and harmony hown by the Louis ville Republicans is hiving an excellent feffect on thewofkers in therState according to Sec retary Bennett as this enthusiasm seems to be contagious The officers ofthe committee do not care to make a statement as to the State as a whole or as to districts until after the poll books have been gone over more thoroughly It is known how ever that they ate much pleased with the result of the six1yday rx llPOIt r Served as co tee thp new coffee substitute known to jjrpcers everywhere as Dr Shopps Health Coffee will trick even a coffee eXpert Not a grain of real coffee In it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nnts etc have been fr cleverly blended as to give a won crfullv sat isfying coffee taste and flavor And it is made in a minute too No tedious 20tp 80 minutes boiling Test itand see Dr Shoop created Health C flee tbattbe pjeople might have a ir nulne coffee substitute and one that would be thoroughly satisfying in every possible respect Sold by Mc Elroy Shader Famous Transylvania Stake i Thisrgreat race on Thursday Oct 8th third day of the Lex ingfon Trots is for the Annual trotting of the world It is always a great race and thjs year promises to be sent sational in the extreme Sixteen picked stake horses haye been named iincluding Hamburg Belle 0044f unbeaten this year Dewitt 2OYi Spanish Queen 2 071 Fleming Boy 207i L Maud 207t Aquin 208 The Bunts matitrialJ05 El Vjctress trjal 206 Kahma 207 + and others Better ties it One fare ourdJ trip for the meeting of Oct 6 to 16 Fo1esJoneY and ray cures eoaghi quickly strengthens the lungs and ez pells colds Get the genuine Ina yet low package Sold by Haydou ft Robertson PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK i Ill On Wednesday October Y b Beginning at 10 oclock AM I I will sell to the highest biddersix miles North tif SprIngfieldon Peeclilahd and Lincoln turnpike the following i 60 headOfgoodyoungeWeS 25 head of yearling Steers One registered Hereford bull calf Some weanling calves iv 11 head OT 2year old mules 7 of them rnares One yearling mare muleI r Two mule dolts J One mare and colt k One 3year old filly v r- Qne good 6year old wor k mar One extra Stallion 6years I to old One yearling stallion nice v bred Four 2yearold colts anti fillies Two yearling lts These young horses are sired by Ch snut Dare and are sound and firstclaw tockI This will be a GENUINE SALE Positively no ByBidding and Everything will bt J TERMS10and undr cask Ovr that amount 6 month time notes payable inftkic bank witItS per cent interest from date DINNER 0N aROTJNDS B B0 L1AeHMANI j JJ J WAR RECCOLLECTICWS An Old Veteran Grows Re jmlniscent over War Events Edit NewsLeader As I dont come often pfes give ine a short space in the col umns of your paper for I want another talk htbe eld toys I ont particularly want to about what happened forty five wiUIlittle at the and 20th of Sept 1863 It was glad to meet with the old veterans at Tatham Springs on the 19th to keep this day as a 0Itbal1ksgvling lour liyes this far in life It was a joy to meet the old boys once more and a great joy to know that most of them are living Christians The soldier is right but not altogether right unless be is a soldier of the Cross Well boys we certainly had a good time at the Springs A large crowd plenty to eat and drink and eyerybody in a good humor But we wilj never all meet together again While some are holding their age fairly wella majority of them are qdite feeble and one in particular couldnt remember his compaq I believe It was settled that we meet again next year same time and place and call the roll of all that wore present but its almost certain thatsomebne or more will not answer the call I received a good letter from Tom Noe of White write Ttxas asking me to tell him about our reunion at the Springs The 191 and 20th wereexactly such days as we had 4 years ago and tiJe same day ofthe week fiaturday and Sunday I never spent two such davsin my life After It was all overt the Company was reduced to a mere handful of men It seemed more like a dream than a solemn reality Our bebvedj Lieutenant Ed Per rick said to meuIf 1 could go off and have a good cry would feel betterTbere are some happenings in this life that we for a measure forget or ontiivej but that sad day at Chic mpugu I san neyer forget MV 4CO D 10th Ky InftyIt Willi bur Ky Sept 20 i Beware if OtHtweHts fir Catarrh TKt Ciitali MerGiiy1 t aa Hjercnry will surely destroy thaaens pfsmellandcompletel derange the whole system when entering it through the mucous surfaces Such articles should never beused except t OB prescriptions from reputable phy sicians as the damage they will do is ten fold to the R ood you can possibly derive from them Catarhc Cure manufactured by PS Cheney f CoTlledQO contains no uier cury and is takenixiterually acting directly upon the blood and mascdus dnrfaoeaHaWs Catarrh Cure be sure you lettthe gpnnine It is taken Internally and made In Toledo Ohio by F 3bCheney Co Testimonials free Sold by Druggists Price 75c per ottle Take H lla Family Pills for consti patton Cochran on Taft v There is a remarkable unanim ity of opinion of Judge Taft Ins all parties dln all sections Men pay tribute to bis remark a able ability even where party politics may exert sfoch an influ pncecandiicwi t view at Boston the other day Said Yes I shall support Bryan he iis the best candidate thewJ Democrats could put up TafttJIIi however 10 the greatest and fxest qualified nominee er offered in w any Republic In the world He t M a greater man than Roosevelt and when surrounded by thepI same environments that made Roosay lt great will ptovea Taft is a wonder 1fulthe country has vsr a en and is a wori4erltal worker gtrald tl AGENT8Ons KMIfcUcky man earistl 6O00MEIk o Ht was a Hiiirt er1 AttjyiiiT If Jem art i jgifttlbBsy Writt tov jaIl 410 Trtoiba rrinll Bldrt Indianapolis ud i iJ SuaSCRJI1J N 7 o i t i 4 f j tH1 1 fl Ithu nl l 1 1 = J I ftt KilEir 5 8PBiGFIELD trurjbHt aT1salJdayat sekool uroOcurrednear have 9ta rapsfcsiringent farm lean Kentuckys from Chairman championship J908 sapdle absolutely solL r1111 Qhicamaugua CrouchI Halls bifgermaa MDfADEN V lt ppU d inlet of PolicES Logan wood and Policeman James Iunn a r restedJor Harlani colored Sat nrday afiernoon on the jchargt ilrasays the Danville Advocated Parian hal jin his possession barrel of whiskey when dtscov hdtjLexington the ngbt befora in ii Z bbggy and that be w sai8QQ ated with a Lexington salppbI keeper who had agreed to divid Hewat8 the of thailoni 0Iofficer andiL warrant was sworn o Jt for him and an once sent to Lexington to place bin under arrest vHarlan pleaded guilty in sev n caWs fnd Judge inrthe shape of total fines aggrega tingi J20 and cpsto HarUn leftt Danville a few months ago under the promise nfiver to return Iif The fines amounting tOrn rfeihaU Moo against him Were suspendecli so long a he regained oat ofrrltown Now that he has stttarnedJ his total fines and costs a legate over l000f ao he jis npK doomed to serve Jfor about ifare years in the workhoust If hi behavioHs too willgt QHt in time to participate in tbIpresidential electioa lour year hence The way of the tjans- gresor is hard2 The barrel df liquor is in the office of County Attorney W iT Price Sillily Ciller With SMWV When you see that kind of a jr ath er forecast ou know thatRhematissi weather ib at hand Get ready ferifrt now by getting a ottleo Ballards Snow Imminent Finest thing m4e for rheumatism chilblains frost tatte sore and stiff joints add m lesa1 ach5a and pains 2Sc SOc and f100 a bttle j Soidby the Red Cross JDrag Store TAYLQiJl s AND SP41711S They Were the Corfimei t Trwfes In the 7hirtenth Century The manufacture of leather la the thirteenth century seems to hare beeff Important showing thntJleather jrj kins and breechi were comraQnly worn We have llrxskynners 40 bp Lur3 6 saddelers 3 ordeweners 107 soutcra ahoeiunk ist and 8 glovers The sitrnnme feuster Is a trade name denoting n tnuker of packaddles The comuiQtiest trades are taylpnrt nnd smyth Hlnce one lived In almost ever vlllape ThV taylours number 407 of whorq 140 are called by the Latin name of clssor In addition to 201 smyths sevenil are specialised There are two arusmytha hret loke smyths three Rutiismyflis fl e fferpara sliocjnjrsnilthsi and ldr mnraUalla far riers VThend metaLTbp nnraber cAtalpKOcd te IISOot whom 81 are culled by tilt Latin name faber French favre one of the few caNe81Ip which the Latin translntlonr of a trade name hks be come a common Surname The wryphts trade like that of the gmythi was specialized The arkwryght mad the great arks or chests In which th- lothes or meal were stored and we find a plowwryght a wbeelwryukti two shlppewryshts eleven cartwryg kti and two fclasswryghls Rlaziera who were probably conci rUed with the win own of ehnrchesk Gfass windows in ousc were rare The bakcsters are few fifteen trng gestmff that families baked ttieir pJread There are twenty six butchers e hewer bpcber or carnifex wbece Labouchcre while the surname potteri llCeBce1Thelent being taxed twelve tirade as acllas laborers London Notes and QMJrles tUtterly SellfA- NeHieThat Clara Sbarjfe Ic justt tbe meanest most utterly selfish girl J ever aw She never thinks of any ow but herself Dora Tell me about It N llk 2iI ran In there the other evefliSf5- few moments nnd while II was tiXlt Spooner called U wasnt beg lbe i fore he requested her to play fles- assionately t fontTof music yqa kMw Wellwlint doybu think that tlrl tikiIShe asked lmtfcomet the Jk aTand turn the music fw her se t1todldnttnlktohlznw j The Oldsad the New tLlttleJohunYlilfMtker Iandt the little boy waerihreateateV 5ith1luJQthe tbedPho11UFathi tal tog hut when I tol4 mother IMW sick Il was Rbe Mid Fe get k1sad hen I told t rather lMw C 1Itit utJudgeV Library t r WMer oThy k 4- b tarrted yJears f It there ever wMaa tttdj wertev ees travesty 1ot t man ywr iitt a old l lI I2fci Six awflth kte SM waK MrtpAjMlft 4 railway eoMjMiy WiMMt fawiM i l Hl 1 grer this wortfckM haead ttr Sft j K AtVL j TiI xpet II 1 IIIIJIMrGolso tertiW li ayolitl- Iflrpets Wseky I t v J f r MR TAT DOE THtML 1 0 hiedM meet hq s b it tt fthsMipm JtThis iaoljfeBt aferdc perk ps M ed irallIInsIffktMato the y koHBty of Mkr ssiiBy tkat cw Lhft etted it H t S ttJ 1 way works aW tki wsj S11a1 fotMti be ePatalharalMt wwtfMlljr wrlw wet lira thtef k U V it 1 rw Jmentyerjia Jt 4f whlJ Vr Taft was m tMlIiit b a4 for Mastic to o s tiM1PMMpviM ae sciably The Mrnitef watihsi ttyft f mapk ThiN ts raway up hi the ItyHT Jtbt irtil jLetlr heeds AJ harrW 1rs iiiMperpeEkBcslariy to the i CM1Sa ts t woxle E6th aca A i Osfbeunfe Tcky w 5 apsis 1eaad aI5wy TS sais J f sis Barks e IM ws w aM IWIilMe ttItr UMl llarger sad iicavitr u tlNr tfaput togethert y Jt woiW be fatl etL A W throiii tIii W eye hIr e reUiry thea tM yoe s that hoe feaBefW J tse a 31 woakhit like toAfcjFMlMkt Aix tIll CMfess Mid the aabihssaor Well Ijtoat k oww Hjiiiir tfc 3KJ pwBCI secretary oC witr lt Mika tllike toe ijroaeeHkii For a oiaestthe lhrttsIto examine MornHbifil to wkk fe tapir Jfattention as dir ted linpiflilr JMr Taft steppe to the foe ot tte a d d taM otaerre X etk4 ttOiie mJ lstkTededcBer that Ws tboei fchi ma ftblike this tjMKs i herd slabth4t1ic4c koks nMiJter tkfc myjIitlbtt thOM fellows dont lftMtan cliMb up thl r sad throtigh the Me 1 better lnLJttKoine totryk icBefore Jte Va sptoi Mr Xsflthalt scafecl the JMer4 Aia1 7rcYBrieB aa Ja BaL t r theIr t kewelt u4 I facesa appfeitaiatleii ee 4lB4pL when they saw what the aeentay itabout Youll never IJt ticome back advised the aatlia C1LcastiesedJ round the secretary pragfiairt VSttT Ws body was halfway oat e ihol When the clrcwrfereoejk ff Jdb sMi 1icame Into cooJHiietioawttli tk cfe a1IJterIR11 Taft proved th t ke keji a eMMks t tr waist Use whki weti e yi tie a yielding lltnHs of the keit Bpk tkjpiiv a truwJe lIe it to It gr mad gcy The it ttI5 jads iettIMdW 4wrby Uw mowiM rfvth knM te a tMk dat VitsM fc t J etreagtheafsr1ts aai Ltkeere sad Mr Tift hepeed the tdiet as 11htITM a ke Bte iwlMiic all over He paeagei who had Se a jckeer Us wiW hale afMPt It eat fer as he Jrather tka re4reat Thet1ITLS 1 v t EGflO Alt Jd i Weald I s4ait p VMUry 7Ofte of the st ce ntry kM kMn race sad the 4 i PMafOeat Graiit asa + P f treceatly sOt It be estfoe eotred me e 7sa riy have nothl 7AthE Da rMic ps4y JraaeWte4t1Maa JIs sad rWe itNlIuat for the baUot aarweH TW oely chance far the esro to iptttk tie fdayforS JMlllafwnt be elsc froSes asea hsv i4e fptece hla In pewer J Ij ySew of e tIiet 1 JI X- 1 buaapo5I rlIt J the otk 1e SaS t M de kt of kto aitrtadi IIb Jettt to the PN4ISJWP1Guta 7Cooctkerm Mfli Tott fer ttkeir Istes as an lllidot s a e Wit rta rIiIi 3Itnetrerwko has sMd tul- Wslary oeblirsewm vetIibothaadesMaSot JBrya sad Iast aft as tIt eammam oTJLVty wkeolr Ihe deer Of kopeywittiieejisiil whWt Jive ktornka beSet ead j pWtIaRk LswaJfi- taria 9Mp wad tk a w t apoCen The D aoetaUe pst k 4Zh- E rsd s U as wieaveetoeAtsi cot pull Mtiikjp eilgr Itt tto wWi to Afinlnmitik EMbeaThe qwb J M tusa thsss tasr sae tSIdlpeai siIsmwIflaIssfh-e The esaps w sbtost lt a tI kkt parties fnxn those asW Is sMK 55Si IcS= sad that otiaR aAhe sad IIi ==a fJl w4M4sSr1Mi wmt II 1 NL I S5 kts 11 k Iii ttoM IseOlit ibaSM asVu t BMSed fMacaJ stor ef Htlmial bank aepeetti IIJC were pMwrlda as the Dmocnto ig5I as t aIIeJ toe ii delcsis ot to a proper MM of IdstrMlMl responsibility fer At ufe and Kopar conduct of their losMta tions would be removed Boston Transcript VJ S r S L b R 1 u j 1ws1IADu JU r f l t rtJlPI J I flc 5rf + L DAVDIOK Jr I f u OA1LcXT1 iHit Ie 7 tr i j tJlcc f fftFrCgrsIiwthori a to anso nce Ii K FK POTUSO Kvas a candidate ii I yktoi tu erJtfrefrAtb I P 1taifoiuJt District du to tie ctiuta of the C r p rPuty r We M wrthoriaed to anwace Dr r 2 2c tenp W OADWE M a ca iidate 2IbHcs ticket foc Con 9 2 4 s jg 7our essi f JPOR 8HHUE9- VMibortodtoi announce A C f ci candidate lrthe olJlR fer Sheriff fcf W kinrton jnfeject ib tK actief thec tkpart DepotitiiRlcJiard WittJt We are avthorjjied to aaneamce S 4 d r ofta ac n ti tote for Sheriff t1ftc aMarf fnr rimntj subject to the l + rJfcmftCTAti jarty 0If stCthe dd1ernan Sam Hale i and ByieoCroake I L 4 II hr 7 TlMci0MiMoI n diif 6Mand tWflttlir W WMhfoytn Gnrllfa par iJ i 1 tiJn y yth tobacco frp w ra of p k fJare tobeCOIIlratl1i i W 4 J the t atWl9 l nt8 J i 1IY wr MN J611i Ih en- tJ t iM rir Y Mtbiso a 2oaf Q l i f tf ark Lte t KMf k iJt bet to many apd fl 5tftj andr1iifJUwUjb nefit the too f liaiBi JTOtNrfhr tflterding them i1o ad eoaytaitnt market rt JAtrp 1t will dttr f u iIYU 1 tltf PZ eo8iuumoJInleo r J kNUNtacfa as it pate moo1ji 01 IQi fr ii Ij tyit iiivMt iii JiveMock trsig pt in t Pi i4poymnio hiafarm ftepr eot y retnann r fe4r concern isi a very 4 Mrablt adjj 0ct io anj townS r1u1 w1iIhoee will bep fit the 7f ki4ki JQaay ways It will give ft kpipkji t to a large number t v t kwbOwiUlJve iin tht f 1 iowa suMl i fet addition of every t f oodcidiNIanaidto a town ttP rJtt i it jiii xpckti that the tooacc- oparkH SF k at this place will draw 4i l tobkecc from a largeI tobacco Tj lfrowuif territory girrounaing rr tito pk tfor tb reason that i- tt i I tI jka otralllad acceMible point iiF 1 and j I1r1fu Coed fe market f M Lo ls vifie or any other place i J Fip i bIcogrowcbo sell It Uiek crop here and xeceive t ie p f r HCHM7 lHr for will doubtless proeiJ i e our local merchants returniofti r aM BOey will thea be kept ini circaUtiol Another and very hai yrltttiiiltpr their movementl ha iwni IwrOaghtabout and that Iit iit his aeryed td1 wipe out all J Qii Jling md fact pal srile- pTiray have been engentjv 1 kby the w called tobacco arVwbich haahad disastrous it fir iuotha pariofthe- Tbvsia sno longer L ithicounty1i iA PArkyJimHl h M it were have L XJf Jt M out There are pd pooUrg ao antlpoolersj no Equity i io ncm u t1Eery p Wiiii Ji biVrmdnioui adever r lle y M pulling for tte tobacco i grower to ge4 us big a price foV iyi tbbcoco ac biJpogsjbly can VRa m Ye practically broker iiKiI6tsyjj 7jjjt tir L Islerl sf N country within the I 1 jfc +4 Ipcti fht 1trIiThe- if Jiryitk WM MraljrlOhu beent iuI rsaafl One f the mol 1 aC4ntd drops in teapr T k naibHowtd the rain rt t i1 Trt vPde sixteen Moodiay injl if sMpaignh1 IF4rIOHS D4tet H etwith the largest SS eibhddreid sirceh f ji iUnVary Afeattire fy 1 Mig in that city waa f III hMI jiif t lfi iS tTPWofnesrly1OOminer r 4theaisMtbe UIIKM pacific OsQaart1i Vicf 5j Vl ltI P9 f Tbii I ftt Med ii- i r 1IOOOSy rItuA Auv- ti- s b tttbsp aliv =akt 181 rltaitty and ieafc SsUcat- peopl f are rtstoreJI tsbatk Rcfoae any w bat Pole iLJvIp Sold bf Hadon pobertiob t Fair ViewSYl LD Carne sol d aiu1eto JJIaJ for 15 t1 1 vHr and Mrsainrtirl fPJKeath am land little Itaiig erj Editby vfeited Mr Kbfce Cutsingr day 1ftf8vSilas Obeatbam VII h4ir poOrtoV fitS pt 24 bOomene41 27 lie united with the Bap ttstr church A short tine ago She leaves a bus nd fpar children lathe and sister to mou n her death fMr and Mrs John Moore ofc SprinjiQed visUetiikCheihome ofc Preston Moore Sunday Carney an l wife visited rLD at Taiidfield last svelt surpris dtq reid thV earriage i t Mr Hubert Virgin and Miss Fairy Lyddane Thy are receiving many congratula at t4ptt4 hogt RIMamieitfondajp night at the home of F M Carney x Mrs Mbllie Hawkins and daughter Matlie returned to their hfTme in Danville after a three months visit to friends and relatives iiere They were ac companied home by Mr ind Mrs ug1iterJulia The wholesome harmless green leaves and tender stems of a lungI healing mountainous shrubgive to Dr Shoop s Cough Remedy Its cura five properties Tickling or dry bronchial coughs quickly and safely yield to this highly effective Cough edicine Dr Shopp assures mothers hat tly can with safety give it to very young basNo 4ppium noI chloroform absolutely pothing harsh r harmful5It calms the dietressing coughf and heals the sensitive mem branes Accept no other bkmand Dr Shoops Sfldby Red Cross Drug store 5V J f WiJJIshurV s j Mattie and Myrtle the daugh Jbersof Mr Jams Black dter are 2 tery ill with searle fever attfiis writing Mrs Bettfe Ooh Jf is thVbrt ofjSpriugfied this week Messrs Merridtth and Ester Wdhner and sister Miss Zella visited Misses Sarah and Ethel f Pariitt of Brdst6wnV t Miss Ethel Parrot of Bards l yvobJneri I IcMr and Mrs r4 Trent have returned ffom Louisville where they bought their new sto9k of goods f Mrs Toni Trent and Miss Mattd6 Brown attenaed the f Qerc al of Mr John Trent at AnUoch on last WednsdayV liaslclDameRumor reports a wedd iog soon Rev Oltostead and wife are ris ring her mother near Bowl log GreciiV 9 Mr W M Poster anti family are isiiing iin Prankfjrt this week stingMrsShktnLip l may aU bvery wel so fir as the trusts are concerned but not when it comes to chills and fever aud malarir Quit tbequintne and take a real cure Ballarda Herbtne Contains no harro fal drugs and is ascertain as taxes If itdoesnt cur yon get your money VackSoldby Red Cross Drugstore 0 Notice to Creditors AU persons having claims against the estat6 of John Sbeji maker x3eceasqd will present same to my attorney WC Mc Chord athis office in Spring field properly proven ahdswolrn toton or5 before Nov 1 1908 and th saino will bJsitled l f W 5M Shewniaber Administrator Estate JohnSbewmaker i iIStomach troubles would more quick ly disappear if the idea of treating the cauSe l rathrthan the effect would come intO practice A tiny insidei hidden nerve BavS Dr Shoop governs and gives strength ici th stomach A brand also goes to tli theKtdnejs hi these inside nerves fail then tb organs must falter Dr Sh ops Re iterative is directed speciflcally to theRe falling nerves Within 48hdurs after stating the Restorative treat Kent patients say they realiz a gain Sold by R ed Gr ss Drug Store Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estateof f T M Lan hanty deceased are requested to pfpsenb sauie properly proven 19981irT PvO Bryan Administrator 1 401 T M LnhamFF Wrtdses andratcbs pig rilttle i ngrd q elt nMed and a1dtF DeWtt qjiod WItchae1 S4lve The ureyougetpeWitt71 DrugSureI ii i PUBLIC M SALES L il 11 It jc S L tll 11 On Thursday Otj 8 1 1 AT 1 OCLOCK PJVI We sell to the highest bidder one milel South of Springfieldi Ky on Lebanon turnpike at W C 4 Hamilton place the following property i= One ijY ear old mare a good Individual anti in foal by Jack one 10year old brown mare in foal by good horse 11 one 10year old mate a perfect family mare not afraid of any hind ot steam and a nice driver one brow hurae 12vear old sound and a good woiker 1 bay ICyear + old horse a firstclassstddia and 1iarns hors good 1mare mule colt pair sied Vhors r mu1cs z1l weigh f 2600 p uuds Hod fiisb cass orkers2 pxta milk rows and calves 2 nice bUIICIVi2 tice vearVliiig hLiitrs4fiat j 1 thoroughbred Durtc Boar will weigh 350 puuut iuu some other hogs one good 2horse waiOp nq harness 1 hay frame 1 good leather top rubber tire buggy 1 Stanhop made by ton Commons Buggy COt cost Dewi i2 last ApHllilSS 2 good sets of buggy harness 1 old X buggy harneasv Several head of outside stock w aj thisVleV iTBi6ls Five Dollars and under cash Over that amount12 months lime notes negotiable and payable either bapk bearing 6 pet cent interest From da e inJl J f j CPBELL BllO iS MCAMPBELLAo tioneer 4 Good ManGoneV As the clock struck but the noon hour on the 26 of SspjfVj 1908 Mr Geo W Sparrow otfj near Jensonton passed away 1lblEti great Cofferer for a month TheJj funeral services were held Bethlehem church and ttheIJ by Rev R TJ Purdom preached to aowdedhousefrqth- Cor 511 For we know if our 0afthlv house of this taber nacle were desolved and when he1bdy was laid to rest in that cemetery T The deceased wds born Aug 11 1845 and was mar ried to Miss Martha Inmah DecI 5 1867 eleven children were IfhvmgIf 1007 qeatbtokfiom him bishh from this stroke he IjrbesubjectIj converted under the preachipg l of Rev NVJ viughteepastor tc of Beech GroveBaptist church who baptized him into her fel IlivedII these years HQ was a good man and neigrhlDorj haJ strong c ni viclions and the Courage to standby Jh m and at one time was I costible of his Pottsville dis trict In his eirlir life he would come over atr 1Ipd nigntv or day with us where around the Ore side asw Has at church and other places we 1andI his friendshpi was returned So Bro George as Welaidyonrlbody awdy theoth p metery we bid you good by put not forever for one day we expect to meet yduwith so many loved ones on Yon Bright Shore To the the sorrowing ones who are left behind we would extend our llove and sympathy and s ycLook up and prej son A Friend jI Importantt Notice Read To th citizens of yprlngfield Becauseof the terrible drouth that has prevailed for several nfont Vis the watjarsupply in the reservoir jis diminishing very rapidly and if the drouth con liniiea mnch ong r fnd unless erciiizen etconcriios in the euse of Water we may txhaust our water Supply which we nil known would be a puulicrcalamjyV eUnder the existing contrncjls the right to sprinkle will cease on OJt her 1st After that date no dne vjill be allowed to use sprinkling for any purposeV We hope to have tbe cdoper utionof e ery citizen rif the townS to assist us in preserving our watJVIftbqydO not it will be only a short tiirie before this town wiLl be in the condition of miny others in the State which are without water and brjnildutap- ubfl a1ni 5V Sihgteu Vtr ight 06- by B McE1oySptI I TQ quick1y3heck a cold druggists fre dIspening Veveryhe1everVCandy Cold rteventics Preventics afeiaiwftHefor feverish children TakieT Ifaventlcs at the sneeze stage toj headolfaU colds B ixof 4825t Sold by Red CrQss Drug Store Public Sale FRIDAY OCTOBER2t 1908 IfttllO c clock am at theresi dence of tae residence of the late Mrs Margaret Bosley 8 miles from Lebanon and 7 miles onSbortlneIgentle lades driving mare one 5year old hqrse suitable for 1JdiesuseJ1aged horseV1 pr extra large mare mules 5 and 6 o14borserrtuJes 8 yearling mules 3 Jersey cows 3 heifer calves 9 yearling steers a lotVdf hojJrs including 2 Dnroc seyIseveralhrecessarr in running a firstclass faro ndaJ1 household and kitclien furniture Also a gaso COItditioanvilmac lines a good parjoj organ 200 ibis new corn Termsrtjums under 1C cash that amount 12 months tinfe lover FLEECE BOSLEY A Card of Thanks Ivdesite to thankTonr neigh hors and friends for their kink ness during the sitkness of our sdniRiaw Tjawerence Trenfe1 M V and Lizzie Crouch REPORT OFj THE CONDITION v OFTflES fIR8T NATIONALBANK- t OF SPRINGFIELDV At Spifngflejd In the State of Ken tucky4 at the close of business Septenjber23 1908 No 1767 c RESOURCES Loans and Disco untsM23610903 Overdrafts secured and un secured 762660 US Boudsto secure cir culation J j 5000000 Banking house IuxnltureVandflxturea 50p5v0b Due from State banks and 1206DueedaentsVVVV K3686t Notes ofr other National 107500Fractfon8lnIck es and cents 8544 LAWFUL ONE ESRRVE INV BANK VizPSpecie u SV S 876015 Legaltender notes 68200015I58016 Redemption fund withUS Treasurer 5 per cent ot v circulation 250000 Total 33415391 T Tft T =IsVfJ50OOQ00SurplusUndivided profits lees ex penses and taxes paidV 6905160 National Bank not ioqt standing l 5000000 Dneto otber National banks 357597 Due to State Banks and 4J97Individualtoebeck51S402 7 Time certificates deposit 3661163 Reserved for taxes = 74895 Totall i33JlS39l STATE or KENT UCKT OF WASH 1ItheboerayknoAvA C JJcElror CalMer j Subscribed and eorn to before nje tbisSOth 3aj of September 1908 CHAk M McCHORD Notary Public- CunarcvAttcst- Corcmteslon e8Tan8lUI01 LITSEYI t tpirectonT Stpinacbtroubiea cured1 How1 Go Jbo + etl Croii ItriglSbrftgrt a 59 lbxofMion8tabll mn4 beppy5impl1snt it Gum anWdV a VTVV LLUsof Sell You Your Nelr FalL DressorfWaILti j7 i jWe will not only tell you the very laste1 t in style and but in Uxtwe aclwzbut we will also save yqu money food money at that Try s aad s 4brS0 I T Black and Colored Dress Goods 7 S3 i f Weaves that are New J at Prices that will interestt t yoil i f 7 36in onehIiWooI Cashmere and Poplar- v f Cloth rPhee fabrics are mall the new i2ScprIceC 38in Mohair Serges Batiste Chevot and Panama these fabrics areVJl wool and- are to be had in the VIea1ngfa1lV CI I L I 7 Staple Dependable t Black SilK I i 1 1V At that will Interest if VSS 19inch BlacJtTaffeta Silk medium finish and suitable for wajst dresses and un 39lforC 26ln h Black Silk leau De Sole brieht llustre finish and suitable for waist 59IC horn 75lUgDiaeIV5rge povular1ISV has- a 191ar150val t Showingof Fancy I Our of the new fancy silks is by odds the that we have wh your for something in the or you prefer the more co pattern in this collection just the in color tkesure to yoi you arid at price ywi wa p y In this are cpmpicuovw They are Iurisstripes checks All 19 andraageii price yartl as fifawst 439c 50ct59c 75c 100fl I Mail QrderIGiven an- dcarei AttentionV 332338 W Market St 319Pourth Ave PUBLIC SALE OF Pijfsonal Property On Wednesdaj Outobcr 211 At 10 oclock am sold of my will off fur sale the stock and farming utensils Three 3 Colts 4 good CowsV4 good black CalvesV 2 Sows 2 wheat fans 2 pair wagon 2 pair lead gearV2 Oliver Chill 2 shovels cultivator 1 A 5 tacks of 1 Vcorn worker VthkSDouble trees trees things to numerous to mentionVTerms male known oh day of sale Peter Shehan 3 M Campoell A spi cad before joa would do you no goodif you couldnt eat What good can food doa thUd when soon enters its sumach ia eSieri by wormy Thats th reason your baby ailing cross faced and thin Give age It will the worms ad act tonic for he child Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store The Rest gtvew7Hr Dollet arfyone tell you that something elselsjust good De Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills be cause there isnt apy thing just good for weakback backache rheu- jmattepatns bladder nd Bladder disorder will convince you Sold by the Red Cross Drug StQre suIds4tnoP- Zupnd oj QWdB eql jo apjtiota Joo OM ogfl iii pUS 1UI pallrr qI BOJ a8 qjppiio aqv pus paqsBids ssq ain attIhtilV 1W peJl ucfpa nojde hiBq ni8 XiBrajpJO UTITSflQzs no jo apunr otto nojdtt UB IHi11 jUlqiJJ ttlQlIA toJuJsnns 010W LSLSqjSxj HIM MtoadU snnlu qii ttiltiap jo ojiutn noadn uv ttJd teUflV pooj All Wool Chevot Serge BroKkloth wtti Taffeta Granite Cloth and Mikair these fabricsf range 41 to 52hi bswide All Chevron Broad Mi Serge PrunflHC Catline and 25black price 36inch Biack SIlKsuprkrc1ual- ity regplar125 vaue f OOoorspcial price I yard f 36inch Black Pe au De Soisthia silk finish and is suitable f waisttii 1 y collection attractive ywir extreme jwiMv find i deeire t showing taffeta l silks dots figured effects are l prompt 1 having I r following with double hay single andother as as it is t it as Is EasyV as as as lnlfamatloiiofthe 4 e lf gIikodeas JO M o3 jo u uiofrfinj V T V v woof a Taffetta f VV i i r t I I a it JATWJ5 r r LOOK A 5000 Policy at age 40 any old l will cost you at least V1760in twenty The same policy in the Busines- sens l M f iLife vilico you only 12jp JYou see wean SAW r 150400 on this Policy and the amount inVon other AmoimU For further Information write BOSIBESSMEHS LIFE Lonisiille Kj 1 WIUI Mtttliite ttilt flf farmer on Rural itoute 2 EmpIre Gm W A Floyd by name says BuCk lens Arnica Salve cured the two v6rstsores I evdeawt one on my Hand andone on my leg It is wort more than Jts ightIn gold I woul not be without it if had to mprtgag the farm to ret it u Only 25o atHay aon Robertsons dug atcr- eI1 v A Healthy fishy Our wh1fanistyl lab health kince vebeaflVCinBNew UfePLls three yea agy aayt L A of Rural Route 1t Guil- ford Maine They ceansi and tore thesystem in i geijitle way that does yougood 25c at Haydon FJobectscn tkqgatoreV v The brU1fprnin for a mi inent his nrnVstonse prestiroV What wduld you do hoarsely If by some terrible accident should be drowiletlVlIn the Wild mqpnUsbt be saw hiti young wlf pale und 6hdonX Torn KUu fried Hpw can yoiit Yoii kuowl dont look well In black ChiraRo InteiV Ocean lNotlmprsusdV bnye bpen abroad in the bettt of rocletyVbonBjed the cl yyoutb Why Ten my trunks bear the labelot Gwitzerlajid VHGOSbSthat aint nothing sonny drawled Ills rural a box of Chicago News WITWs KiiMt ml WaUr Wllf FOR B I Iiif e U 2 2t31 C M4 w1 kMth l ltt SqY Ftfi a wwl1rf11t l line ofihVnew shtde back thene tub rics from 44 to50iin ttchew price a 52Mkd 5Mt lacy ms1g KNkNa 4 44lifSlk ai ssI P aN UiI N W AttbinatiodSwi a yard S 4H Prices Anyone harrow Auctioneer Banquet WhltesCream VYV rlabl 3V32Klbk Talfeta SMk rfeVftn i d to atisfiM5ttfry serYtee t regularl liQO Iae apecialI a TC iIt syardV II t Comprehensive New Silsfall attomMod runs big want t and mersaline most ikriim neat inches wide I onehalf farm goodVMul pig plows wheatdrill lJasVty Venulf expel l aunjiub yard lussrt 1ine years same tion Bartlet Teluxvd nluirtder cheeaeV range yard cIM1I Price give mot Aci taste and gear- saraoooq i C1StfJIj W FII 1 Wi company t iYOUVI w tjoyedgood iisQutusVV hQiwhlspcfe scleSOciocS including rl ii- goaraite whether aervative pattern louisine P I j Tljlj a KYouAantToBnjiSangeT i I r matwiustaaVA 1I j THE QREAt MAJCmC I ri VV tI THE bett thsa the We ater 0 1 hkb nt elr s r tt f Ir I 2 0 J niile of iJ j I b tlt L r1 = 0 nV i E 1tt n4ttPM of ihitati2 a lIgEstiv j f f fog vnd e y klfld off wl lg you e it1t1 do ih a t eq The on1ydi oiia ttlV toie HtI p1 Jo ar 1t 1dII I1u y Ib jBroiS PruK Store ftnck eekIirsso i Cut jt iHv j ni tbuilJ of vplil uct lieu- peJtt l J1Vli tu- Ctt1Wlh L1 J bLa tour Qww thrlt bt n cup ot boilings Water iow cicely aSmtuVo nlt slow 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1 t21vier Hy4oi Brugstore i itt I JJJlLamptonMD i L OfBct ilvfctt miftit wNjt I4NcN 3t i i WIFJGR1GSBYea j ATTONEY AT LAW 41 oFh tT1IPIIInzLD CY 1 t i1J Dr1MWU HYATT r r Osver RM Cro rIiE- j omoe boira Hyaiodjtil to 12m i pm r I t JOIN Y MAYES f i 1TFUILL vitECTORG i I J AJ lIpElSf FMIhM ttrTELfIHGNEi DA MIQHT 74 snnenpin i r = 7aGGood ce TO stop t k r1yie our Was igtonana Jr Nelsofl county tried when in 1Ddnmvji e nd tooting for a placi b stop to cal1 onus W8ttt Si i ye evera1 lL JiceijFiriMcdi Rooms iiicft we will let fore lodgers foi OSble rates a on th Northwest cor eero Sienth and Market Sts f fkAA IrYinWfl4att t John4 Edelerr feorwhingtoii Lii Ii J OR- P1 sringfie1d Choice i l v x sManu1ctured ysf J fa Jarboe Co jJ 4gWepa3D highest markef t4 gram J JJptIcefor t the Best VF QU5 e i 7 fJL1askyourrocerdir i BACK ACHEeMM tM iiaaeya are iHKoobac their f M ute work removlag ha iriU JNIia tbe iyrtat Taka w taMs KMnty Awl rt Backache iwlitiM ItwiU te est ad tons P UM systeia No alcofcoU jOoarawteea under the Pnro F od AnAi Drugs Law t c s W E COS LMII Me T liwsleIR Sprinffild by or A Hyn 9c Robertson t = i vprOMMt i3 fro I IIIuIMQcff4W iNION uwlEicr = T SU ry W WaNs1w FOCCOdC UL 4 1Q t tJ vi r The Truth j prarf pettoo ia tluicky wfco k mik Skgrn Eetn W DMi ruff or anyofofIbifl or toip ei 7Iyt external u e All durggistf tefl ZEMO- BuU o b HaTloT RoHertsQu IIa I r6 I TOWN Local Happening of Interest i tjhe Frechest and Latest i I AiiAtTurIT Frlonds I and Acqwiiitancts IIIf tirtuurtri FOX SitE OR RENT AMy cm Lebamon street will b01Jsll sfe or rent on and after 1 5tti5 W E LEAC IMAN A mission his been announced grti ag wiivenbyRev wJllbeginSandayi TORS Twentyifivershares sE of tockin the Washington Goanty Far Co belonging to vtTie estate of F M Campbell Apply to Theo 0 Campbell The will of Mr J E Shelby uprob ted in the county court prondyof GrundyhlsQLta tte Hon J Frank Peak twhp 11 asI filled to open the Eiemocratic c Champiguspeech at the court house onI Monday failed to put in an ap pearance Thero was a large rowd Sii town and many were islippginte4ST Hydmityi germkilting medica tion jiI the zily sensible and seway iO f curing catarrh Goes right to the spot Breathed Miroughto vcureor money r ofefundedwirugStoreThe Oliver Croake farm situ at dat the BeechA Fork and Crojike Ration was sold at pub ic sale on Tuesdarior 5125 ah cre Messrs J C Croake and Joe Mudd became the purchasers Tbarn contains 234 acres and is rich farming land ofYouto see my line of tailored and fancywaistS Display Friday and Saturday o Ct 2nd and 3rdrJWilliams In a Iletter received front Mrs Nellie K Ttfurma she requests L l eNewsLI1deritoi be sent nerI at Huntsville Ala where she h toaspositionof as milhiier Miss Mary Logan th- aleis with her mother and iswa very much improved in health There s to be a change jin the- M j local liverv flrm of Bobbitt Bishop Mr Joe F Bishop has AId his interest in the firm to s- clJohn S May of Blpomfield it Mr May is a good business Thmanitnuilvto become a citizen of SpispiitigfleIdi opderstood will move to hil farm in n brarMaudr iifara1accidenta1 shooting oe iti- CMrred m B rd stowQ 3 ester day m0rhmg A young man by the jjurie of Mattingly asoto of Mta Thai Mattingly and a clerk in Y Wells hardware store was cleaning a revolver awj in iis emptying the loads the gun was tccidenUy discharged Tht bjjUet struck a boy pained Alii spirabcnt 16 years of ag pass p iag through his heart killiog him instantly 4 J I carlet 1 h4caliytlM4erereopened jie quarantine has been raised jcl the homes which contained ices The childran who were iffccted have reovered vichout ny iii effec s The disease was in a very mild foim and thanks to the prompt wtion of the local board of oeaUh it was not perm JteC1 0 become eujdemic SpailfsI frm a 16comptiva set Urn to the dry grass on M- rJqhiR Barbers Jlastplace on Sunday night and caused a dis a trous kiazeAbe fire burned L over about 40 aSrfa of good blue grassTpa yureLched sqme hay AH Millinery On Display 4Tike most Select styles ff Bfess Hats Tailor d 1atsd Plain IHat now aaltplay Com in arid ttTdIIjIS ciafty Miss Knott TflPIrx iI stacks and destroyed a cbnsid erable quantity of hay AbtUt 40 pajuels of fencing was also BiUbeltregretsjexc j ass as he was saving it fcrs nterasturaefor his cattle Rev Granville W Lyon is attending the sixtythird annual sesf iOn of the Louisville confer ce of the Methodist Episcopal nedlaiMo is presiding over the con prance I Several cburches have ex essed a desire frthe services Rev Lyon and iit is not im probable0 bat he may be trans ferred from this fcjaee T1 e church will regret to loss Rev dOnme yas jast rofthe M E i brch here and at Pleasant l But the deliberations tof conference may see fit to sena Brol Lyon elsewhere and send a nftw pastor to this place The following announcemeflt appeared in the CourierJournal SundayIMr anl Mrs Gt E Medley of SprJPRf eld announce the eng gemen oftbeir daughter ss Mary Allethaire Medley to Mr William Howell McCauly Louisville The marriage ll take lace the latter part of October The marriage will besolem nizedSaturdayr October 24th at HeJftiessyw Dqminics church The bride elect is the second eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs G E edlev and is popular member Springfield society Drowned in Chaplin A distressing acciierit ocQuped n Tuesday npo1near Sutherlands Mill on Chaplin MHilllost their lives by drowning The wily eye witness to the trdgeay was Mrs D J3 Suther land and she was only attracted the scene by the cries of helpl the unfortunate victims after ey were strug Hn g4 in the- ter When Mrs Sutheriand appeared on the bank of the river Mrs Hill bad sunk r Hill was making a tlast andI struggle for life Both on disappeared from view andI was two or hree hours beforis they were brought tote surfac e horse was also drowned The scene of the fatal accident a small but deep hole of water Chaplin river just above the idge on the Willisburg and Chaplin turnpike It is a favor e place for travellers to water their horses but to one unac quaintedwith the surroundings very treacherous place No ooesawjvlr and Mrs Hill when they drove into the river but iit supposed that their horse be came unruly and turned the wrong way as Mr Hill was known to be familiar with the lace having been born and reared in the Chaplin neighbor hood Rev Hill was a man who stood igh lntbe councils ofthe ethodist Ohurch of Kea tacky nd was a minister of marked trHITeHI c No charges when plates I fr Ifri is WYSTALlARiDDS pr1it1cId Kv 8 8iiii ability He held the position of Missionary Secretary ortbe- M E Conference and had been engaged in evangelical work Be sides having important charges borIHis first wife was a daughter of Rev W B Godfrey of Perry ville and to that union there art J urehildren 9nl Thursday the 24th inst Rev Hill was married to the Wife who shared with him the watery gravis She was Miss Margaret Bellwood a- aughter of Mr U G Pellwood ol Shelby county Tne marriage took placeat the Gault House in LouisvfRevjlill was well and favorably known throughout Washington and surrounding counties He was a man who bad risen from obscurity through hi own efforts to prominence in church worK He had trayelled extensively having visited the Holy Land and other parts of Europe and waara waiter of some note The news of the death ot Rev Hill and his wife in such Ii tragiccnannerWaS a sad shock to many friends The funeral sservices were held at Chapijn on yesterday morningf Death of Mrs Young Mrs Estella Young wife pf Mr Lorenza Young died at her home four miles out on tbet Bardstown pike Monday after ai longl illness of Brights disease ofMrlcounty and had been married about three years i he was about 35 years of age and leaves beside3 her husband a little daughter about two years o age She was a woman 05 kindly dis position and was a faVorite with ull who knew her The funeral was conducted at St Dominic yesterday Jnterment atjs a Rose P ASONAL Mrs John F Simras visited her daughter Nellie at Naza rethyesterday Me srsWillU Nan and Will F Si mras are in Danville Misses May Belle Gibbs and Miss Euni e ONan visited friends in Lebanon Monday Mr John d Bell of 8hep herdsville is visiting his sister Mrs W S Gibbs Mrs G A Pononey and Mrs Mary Phillips Were guests of Mr and Mrs W S Gibbs Tues day Mrfw Charles fclanton was a vilitpr at the home of Mr W S iSibbs tast Sunday Mr W PH YSof- Bloom I fleld was among the county cour day crowdhere Monday Mr Jfchn Brown of Lebanon was in town MopdayIo Miss Carrie Ed len is quiteVill I at her home beow town- Miss Ella Sftaunty and e i I 1- i II IOIJRFALLSIH i STOCK V s Is now compLete apd em I 91bry III and Notionst We wish onlv to say ttiis We bave a bigger line than ever and we better equipped to show goods toIIWe thank our patroLrVs fpr favors rand cordially invite visitors our store I s I c MILLINERY OPENING JIIi A 2p FRIDAY 6 SATURDAY = jT October 2 and 3 = You are cordially izwitd to attend the Fall 1f land Winter Display of Millinery next Friday and JJ I = Saturday at = WILLIAMS Ii an Mrs jOhn Norris Spent Sat un ag and Sunday with the- M ses Lewis of Bardstown fr Dudley Bottoms df Rose Hiwas among the callers at the NewsLeader office Monday an added his name to our sub scr ption list JLr W D MeElroy and da ghter Sue visited Mr and Ms J PG McElroy at Williams Quntbis week t Mr J iN Kelly will remove fromiMain Street Into a part of the Mrs r a Janes house on Hischj Street this week intophave foseveralMrs J R Durrettv Mr and Mrs John Norris haye returned to Forth Worth Tex after a few weeks vlsia with Mrs Sallie Sbaunty Misses Reidel of TavlorsViile nd Fritts of Gynthiana guests of Mrs Walter Reidel wereL past week Rev W H Williams is assist thingRpvl tbiSjweeki Mackin of Lebanon to Mr Thomas Joseph Dunn or SfI Anthony owa jeill be solemn 1j ized Tue dy October 6th at 8I oclock at St Augustines Lba hndtiformed by Rev James W Mack pinthe bride t1 RevR E Lawson was nj Louisville Tuesday to meet Mrs Lawabn wHo returned from HickotyIN C where she visitedi relatives a mouth leMissest Hallier Houston uro visiting Mrs teHghStilest Mr H in Rupel and Miss Virginia Lisle of Lebanon were t iiinj town Friday Miss Pearl OJoatley of Val1ylu Hill is spending the Miss Bessie Roberts Ia 1bMrsdayaudJ t t Messrs Jerry Caldwel Jrnand Dick Gentry of Danville e were here this week buying j caLtieS t Mr Arch Haves of Louisville spent Sunday with his mother Mrs M K Hayes Mrs J L Wharton and MrsT theinpatj Lebanon Saturday JMJ and Mrs E SMayes Srliwferei called ito Harrodsburc last week by the death ofrMrs Mathew Curry Mr Mayea returned home Saturday Mrs1t berlbrotherMrother relationscI Mrs1ate Williams is in Lou isviile selecting millinery for her opening Friday and Saturday j Miss Ellen Wftthen was In ouisyille yesterday Mrs Nannie Wa than of Ir vingtbu is visiting MrsT W rfimns Miss Fannie ODaniel cf St Lluisand Miss Lena Hancock of Louisville are guests of Mrs Reed Spalding ar town Mrs Robert Craine av returned to Bardstown after a visitI to Mrs Hugh Stiles Mrs W W RIY and Mrs M E Durrett are isiting relatives Bloomneld Mrs Bertha Halt of Waynes yUle Ills is visiting tier sisters Mrs Mi L Searcy arid Mrs Jif M Keeling Mr T W Reed who suffered stroke of paralysis Sr few WMks ago is very much improved ancd wlable to iotto Wiilisburg this week from his tyome Miss May Kinney of Nichol asville was married September the 12th at Hamden La to Mr Charles W Duncan idriely- in of New Orleans now engaged the lumber busideMafcBluefields CentralAmerica Kr and Mjrs Duncan sailed at one for Central America Miss Kenny was a frequent visit 3 rat1 the home of j M IMrw in l ouisville yesterday Hon iJohri W Bardstowji Tuesday dn businessI A SUREGO ArrangemenU Made For the Establishment of alLoose Leaf Tobacco Market I The meeting of the stockholders of the Washington County Warehouse Co which was cal r last Monday was well jedI ed and the meeting was entirely hi Iockbolderst the fact that Ihe establishing loose leaf tobacco market theIthis place would be the very thing that could happen for tobacco growers of the county lor tim town and particularly forIthe st0ckbolderst qf the house Co Consequently e c mmittee Appointed reportI former meeting made its reccomjiiendrng the use of the warehouse for a loose leaf mar ket the report and plans of theT coitinittee wire endorsed with out a dissenting voice The meeting was called to or der by Judge I HT1iurrnan who outlined just what the committee ad agr edon as the best thing to be done wiCh tlie warehouse roperty The advantages to the tobacco grower of having a good nme market for his pro duci were made cJearh is the purpose of theboard of dir ctor jjInee4 tobacco wen to opeaw the drying plantand to saperin ndthe rehandJin and prizing the tobacco As outlined in the NewsLeader last week the to bacco may be brought to the I warehouse by the farmers and ere offered Buyers represent g the leading manufacturers 5 nd eknorfers of the countiy will e onliand and the farmer is as ired of an opportunity to get tbq very best prices If he is ot satisfied with the price oft red he has the privilege olf rejecting all offers and can take bis tobacco elsewhere No charge will be made on tobacco rejected which isan advantage over the Louisville or any other market 2dessrs WO McOhord and Sv Mayes also made talks en dorsing the plans reoorted by the committee as beipg the best possible thing forthe tobacco growers of the county A vote was taken by aroli call of the stockholders of the Warehbuse Company and the vote was unanimously in favor of the adoption of the report of the committee There were some announced In the board of directors The officer of the Warehouse Company as now made up aieas follows James P Gregory pfes directors WCMcGhordV VM Keeling W A Clements C J Haydon B BTCeachinan G C Wharton T J Miller and James C MeElroy The tobacco 1arke openlwaretbtions It is exjpexited that the Springfield market will ibe pat ronized by tobacco growers from Marion Nelson Spencer Taylor aud Casey counties in additionto our home county David WScre Parker fcilkts ot Vaj flrwII veteran of the civil atlfoot at Ckttygbr lays What food Electric Sitters have dose it4 worth joore tban five hundred dollars to tptaiwOb money doctorlBgr for a bagl caRe of stomach troublei to little purpose lthemtriedKl6ctricBitt 5 and they cured mt row take ttoeip aa a tonic amd they keep ate strong and well WsatHtfdpaaudltobcrt sniidrug store aidofThank V I nt to thaak t p o4ixo f f S rinIMMpV tk ir kio4n M s Vlp rottafii I will ilwaji boWIO people in gras fulN mbanceLL I I ITiARAII i I e Suitable for school dresseat thi brgain price pf t I 25Li Thes gopds were bdufijht ttI reduction They are regular 6Oc- quaity Cpst you no morttnGIngI I ham when you consider the Width and fJthey dont have to be laundered which is a great savin gl S I We are showing daindy Ilrioft4 Shoess find Hosiery Or 1 speelalprJees0 c iiJWe are now r ceivinf our Itge pmfchaiiMW t I f LLANDWINfER II- DryS Good ndDre CGood4 WIMlia i r dalL T v 1ttI nave you J I Robrts n laJbroke Gel IDfOOltPOKATx 1 r IJii- I j t sssssI At Herlliills t You can get1c CreatnSas I and Sundaes every day Fr and toothsome Cakefs and Carrdies i Y Mea1s and Lunches I i t a most any tlme A kInds cif Boft Drln k sh V v 0It ji i TFEL CANDY NOVELTIE ii I Come 1ilIi lia y1 KATIE HRfLEI1aaJ s 1 u t OfctJsFeel 14 S Sii tii 1 l U k t0 t rT h How s your stomach v l 2 Sourweaknervousshaky i Ba4 taste Last nights a adt iI xWell just step over to the drug star a frr 1 lj aea0J s f tjJr 4OIII f r 1StQ 1 l For Indigestian hnd Dypp r t lTkegQOd1i11thS1371jl J t t- lurpriled how goodit will JUke j tiiJ Kodol make irik itOBifteliiiiireai i 1 K odol mail pfcktiiTbita r Kodol tiitlwr fooil 70 sM v j 1JKeepstheStoinach8iSstI t LEXINGTON t laini I OOT6 TOtthe Greatest in the World t STAKESB B TSiOOO k1rNKH nrrtntrrr ili TANayLfl h a CUP wr GArarIQaa Pr 15 Qip IISar i tk 11IW i IIIIIIp W P W of ArIcaM- dA MN4MDIMnY sII SIIITII oNCERTSl ONE FARE ON RAILROADS fr 7 = VTIiIT1 TIT iiiiI1I o r t fn l1byYtU IIlVtth Re 71 j11lbL t it 7A Fi PH08RESS fltcw V Pi 1i Ally T I a 1JlIt LichiRs Past r a iuii More c 7I tjl i JtDitt a4iLkance that 8 Mft Jsat atInedrt t k asJioi7 a TheM f as a rule dit IvkS tktet ne M uI II Tb 7a JDeII look apsbtkas eft the party L It t 18t aado t1 r n1J the tlJoe whose can ftliLr syiti bipnxIod to say In fgin that they cut their first eM pUt1 wose put nda- r f mo bim of oMlrk t for Wun 551bi IiiIII record rX slay aIilfv W attapteiL repudiar k stamped out ia its turn by 4en ha aec Republl- caawu r I tJ1f WMan psrj II Iaeut1y 5PtT of ytwAi Wkkn1eb1Icu- nsStM of the jijut but toMMttrtf to iMk tINt future still Ten tW Dettbcnicr is ths eogssal oeeq6es ot Moun tM rsb M bgse peJD T = Nfed t by ome e p1aaT W ftlOthWl5 tO the IS5 wllaU1llre 1 it Th JiM iNt yeter 1iO aUrae- J la iuaodl eow anyi He jXrrfers to ffHMwk fonrurd oa trm ground with Paltf t L4neEs of Graut Mc 1OIIIIr aiMl BoMtrt ef Tart and dPasiaand Huttaw o csrly every gisat AmerJean lvLng and dead fwfcai tiuIr baa aidtdxlwitiBf to tie eiMteff bait the fid ceatury and tb0p lMiifaAtof lithe Dew The young T iprpfin tM JUpoWfcaii party be 4U f k bcda 8ft a prospect for his J1t advaiieeaeiit because ia build 1icupt nattoe a5 a iritpfo it offers vfw pfMrtiMlttei ta the Individual4 y eaxa vncter K ftaWk q admtaistra tIIii tea file laId for every orfe S i JHM r T citteen Ii protected in the5 ttof that wftiCB he baa right 5aqs4rdt nYIMr who takes his place I Lb pbeaa raksadcasts his fealttt for Taft ao Sherman will have 5tM Mti MtioB tot lj ot jBharlhg in JIM MtfpibUcaa victOr but also of t gkejjurtiay tit lie has helped to assure jfJMafNKftjr for the ceaatry at large ad- ikf tassauably better chance 1u tMfe f r kIt and those In whom be jk lattrMted than if the harplesof BryMirai kd heeU permitted to befoul tte fiMt i I i LABOR rURHSTO TAFT TaMara tt nt Dr ffr Iii the fallacies r af Mt Bryan Cvsdaferid ce was furnished kr the coeifiereace at Cincinnati last ewf k by JMdg Taft with OsciiC 5sacretary 6f comBerc audla pT Y Powderly formerly 1sacsl1 naster iPorkmaB of the l BM of Lbrf that the attitude of iWMrwt each day more friend v ly t Taft Tb campaign of education j iVWck tIM Republicans 1ave been car- Vyliir ea kai baea leffectlve and the MkjMlag B so Mr Powderly told rtkt caiidiAate ki beginning to nppre otl4buMas caaldigBCe through the elec s of 3fe Taft asa inore work and fwMJperwM thiNfer kIm rlltera3t Straas announces his In i r ieadfea io go out on the stump for the aftciic pwrpoae of exposing gome of the IBryaa fallacies la regard to labor T JkU Lifc Straus ne most dangerous Sthse fallacfei Is presented In leans il04ca Stwll the people rti r kaWwell may fce ask it for every one Ik 9tt its leading Citrines is a deniallor pt sISP1r5Msa clsses rBrynns jgov- aramelitirantee of tsink4rjeposlts as v Mxts posit ef danger obis plan for- tM fQTerfliaent ownereHIp of railrdads Kr Strati beiWred tnls guarantee pr4s16 n k great menace as the tM 1fiel kofcby Jtp guarantee de pwaMi iaj Secretary Straws is to i guarantee the loans pf the banks for a HMUjter of fact a large part of the a4s depoaltaiv made up of Credits ax fidedby the bank to borrowers arid y tktai dfposited or placed on the SS IM M of tkji baiks as deposits litiv JPowdWfyJ silcf among other- hiiia aftt falstalk wiTh TattuLn br sever as better organlzedv better paM i ore Independent of uior ie rjkaq Jtfe today Kcvef ias ItS SISPt stfare In it share of the outcome V W tbe commodity orjhie good will and eoHiitHca oC effproyersC 1AI1 this Is to tt6f eortjof non rtlsnJ1 well alKcered uatoas Wrnt labor ojffanljsa tkMW now eltjotafid they enjoy more tkw they evercnjoyed In the civilized wed before amc aS the result of tUCt cooperajiv effort exerted In a o partBan way through their OIiI tIf f rfiIei men out IwwployiBoat as the result of the rseist dpre IIIOL but to toy knowl 4g aaea art cetatnlng to their old oc StvjlPkoI all oVerXhe country and 4t- tW0 r oW rate tpC pay t recall the rdIo awful paulp of ISTS and that pf 1893 totf r aittfr oidWaffes The case Is il tf5St SW51IL1 10 mind It would ifas asci faIabor jo vote In suc n rM hijeril hit eturn Of fun 4 tirnrty ao rapidly manifesting Y MIi1HS 7W h i Jwt Ikicr Taft ndpl ASflTfOLEYSf i 1 4 l Ij JEfI1T I R n V- f 11 Q1 rrS UUYEIy uoa = t r Go4 tacsvrybo4y 8cdMFIt Thsiiui IJ FOLLY RoNcyaA11 Qi aY1Io5haebsUtsst bySFoi jr Company ChIoa U fi MW IS KNOWN BY THE COMPANY HE KEEPS cG7 noe Iv SItOWIt NV 4 William HL Taft Republican Candidate for President and Charles E Hughes Governor of New York at the Meet ing of the Advisory Committee of the Prison Ship Mar tyrs Association Brooklyn N Y FROM ffie nv ronc wont j l William J Bryan Democratic Candidate for President- Greeting Charles F Murphy theJTammany Boss in the Railroad Station in Lincoln v PROTESTFROMLAR Kind of Letters Unions Are Send ing Mr dampers DISTRUST PARTY oMzfttot 4 Can Central Labor Union Holds the Denipcracy Responsible For plorable Condition of Workers lq the Southern States At the regular semimonthly meeting of the Gamden N J CentraT Labor union held Aug 18 Wed a coiuniunlca Attorn from nalioual headquarters wal received In which the work of the ua Upnal couventlon of the dominant par ties WRSsetl forth a4d comment l upon Tile tlcrcloI with pn up peal tOU stand faithfully by our friends oppose nail defeat our ene mien Aceomphuili this communN cation was a request jfor a coritrlbu tifln to help make t possible to wage successful campaign fort the estab llsulng of labos lI htsTbe matter was disposed pjf by the secretary being Instructed to forward lo the national office the following lottgr Camden N J AUR Samuel Gompers na President of the- AmerIcaiederuui of xborr Deqr Sir and Brother We beg to ac knowledge the receipt of an address sued bythe executive council of the American Federation of Labor under date of Aug L Acc pipanying this Is an peal for funds to carry out the pout apIt programme set forth In itb address In Which you call upon the workers of our common country to standufalthfully by our friends We hereby return to 9UI both documents not that we do not thinK tho wageworkers ehotjld stand by their friends and defeat their dncnil sv but for tbe reason that we fall to agree with you as to who are our friends and who are our enemies You claim to be lleve the Democratic party to be friendly to labor because at its taut nati ial con ventionit promised to do certain things if elected For this reason you ask the trades unionists of the country to do utmost lp elect its candidates and to tbeI fish moans for carrying on its The Central Labor union of Camden believe they have sufficient intelligence to designate who are the friends of labor and who are its foes We thkenO stock in any partyJl promises made Just priori lip election when we have the record of that party to guide and direct us Wo refuse to believe that any political party that has a continuous recor for permit- tIng the most degrading terms of labor to exist In stats where Its jurisdiction Is complete can or wilt reverse Itself nnInal government Labor has founU the tyrannicalInlhtc we to btllcvo It will do better xvhenT Ith1ljsUU grunter power toopprcsg Jn Ute southern states whatV Bryan Dorneer racy has been In the saddle for where It domlriatcs every oiflce rKMdII the highest to the lowest tire thoplaces to get tire partys record in its relation to the Working class Let us jUIACIt bjr what it has done and is now doing In placer where it is In poer and riot by allY promises iimay make to gain our partYInrlviii the wdrst in the world In the fat tcries over which they have legislative control we find wages the lowest the hours the iongevt dud chljil labor the everest Only under Democratic rule do wo find peonage and convict labor farmed o1llenansentenced there by a Democratic official ngrauavN9vhcrothe liWn ot tti worker so ltopelesar- hI3 pede ratling ayou dC nstaleiyJ4thc Democratic rrs-Mr Gotniier5 kow can you ask t JhjBuellJ1UoH1crotdexfYOUWQLdJntoi the past fifty years has neverllmad tl manhood to raise Jts voice JIn ro te 11 against a Injustice or Indignit suJTer tbe1i5bsemt most tyrannous did degraflloff to iabJE Ipon that Sine Jof should UsQrtliia JM tietnfI puy that iw11 4 IGfJi 4 tr fttlWilUnmard bearer you ask us to support has never dQno anything to merit our votes There has never yet occurred a crime to latibr of sufficient magnitude to induce him to protest Mr Gompers the working class cannot trust a man tobe high In power who IsInot brave enough to assert his belief the Jnnbccpcs of men persecuted by par ties who furnish the sinews of war to earn on his campaign At no time hris air Bryan mlUarely raced the enemy of the working class ahd denounced their crimes He has beheld the tragedies that have befallen labor with stony eyes arid a muzzled jaw When acklngtown struck against re duction of wages to from 1720 per week no Demorntic5politiciab raised hb voice ta protest What the working class has suffered In the last few years f01 the sake of principle would stir the heart of Washington monument If it had one yet throughout it all Bryan who stands as the champion of labor because He needs our support has been as silent as the totab If labors friends are to be found In thc Democratic party labor would have n problem to solve and nothing to complarr of In states controlled by the Democratic party The fact that the worst blows labor la tod receiving come from Dem upinparty is conclusive proof that the work Ing class bos nothing to gain by support ing the party or Its candidates Free press and free speech the bulwark of the workers path to a better condition hdveyme and again been attacked and never once hits any prominent Democratic paper or party leader raised a voice to protest Our friends are they Who hind by us contiguously and are ever willing to tight our battles Whenever trades unionism is tutdckcd It is not the Demo craW party or press that comes to our assistance but the party and press of our class If labor owes any allegiance to a political party It Is certainly to n bytexploiters congregate nm1 labors enemies control however much they may promise Jn order to secure our support His tlui for labor to awoken to the necessity o l political action but in doing so let it tak no backward step or make any false moves Respectfully yours CAMDEN CENTHAL LABOR UNION 1resldcnljWThe sending of this letter was au f thorl2ed by nn almost ununmous vote There was one dissenting voice otd two membors not voting Camden tf Daily Courier Augj9 A pig riding 111n hack by direction of the police was the novel sight in Ciafemont N H recently The police claiiuingl that a man was illegally hold lug the animal had it shipped to its nyaUftrdmpsIIgradually these have become such a nuisance and such n disgrace fo the American colony lhat stringent ns- inroto be taken to get rid of them The flour wafer comp Sed of flour and water cooked tis u edtn Italy much more than in the United States jfor medical purQoses It takes the place of the capsule to a certain ex quimUtyIsnougat The one and only part of Burma in which wheat is growu Is the Shan stares where Us cultivation was suc cessfully Introduced soufe fifteen yeas ago sJVithhT three ypars the Shan states Were able tosupplythe military police ot the whpo of Burma who to t erteut livfr on wheat tuTSJt i handicap In running tmrcaIdenct iMhatr be cannot from his vecord The wind bJowetli 1 reit listctbs So doe TYJIUnm Jen pings Bryan it is a waj they both have Mr Kerns odar outshine s that Sf Mr IryanSaSce iha latter was one I te ted to aFs1ffi to which he wa- siiomhtatedrpesentatvs in congss vyhiUfthc formers proud catalogue of reputed defeats Is dimmed by no stain or blemish t ihJdb1KEW YORK 3UNUW Jl u tow BRYAN CORDIALSUR MURPHY COLO- OHMEEfING Tammany leader Unsmllinf Expressfonless Says Hardly a Word In Response to Can1 dldaties Exuberancy butIS i Forced by Nebraskan to Pose for Handshakirvj Photograph ML CORNERS WILL CA3PY NEW YC3K FOCY1J J II We Dont VOWWIQ Never Shake Your Hand Again Says pFlngy New York Oelegajtloru Shows Little En tbuslasm The t ndtaate Re peats Lett the Peopte Rule His Followers figures I e s4OsDood o Net July WBlUa Jeati enuAd Clartr ph ed baA4atlere loUr tUer ol emera sad ntttftr th of bundnd ne Tunt I4r ceomonJM Ntxon Frmncl Burton Hurtton Mit tin UtU too Ortxnd Thayer Robert C oeaDeS puled thrvuzb flosnird bous4 toclock this a t Utirphy bid wired the 11I1t coming tad Mr Bryan wai at th t depot to flkst turn Tb caoOulau from FHnrl Uhlnd ot ttoroncfcbrdv the ctft ortfanJ Kentucky admuw1U1 Secretary a m at Role beild end Mrs n wk k tilt backaL It ss the hott4lnrllU taaon bJit nn iand rid Utattsa air but tbeD1uttrz14 fra of 5sYisw were Is ht elk auxner long nUbl rea bad fj woadara tot thm al el Promptly th train of Br into the tfowdtd d fc sue iwo low atrock Li Poloma the stOUt on Ie hjmnot tie campaUn kill farwU pmirs crtvat car wa at iau tad TIlt nor the lone tnOn and tr MunBy J4iiUycd IIa to mlUIII Ianc Itu Lwl sue am gaak totted his lhruii t nn Urtd ek i crowd to pot whir Orran meat U bnhea4ecSoK ere bot an b to an er TloirGlad to is you Brjao tfloaiml to tb r KTueinc ih caodi iturphj dates sxIsdid sad hlanc if bigtaien5 wsa reoIbout flill= rfJoOesnt later r tilsurel oDUIIId 5tft55Vlto- w4rd lie a k grit suit thet rbrn ind s wtdbflmmSd coened PahxLa U u calm r I 1Iv u RYAN CAN DO NO HARM J A Frequent Statement That Will Not Bear Analysis The apologetic Democrat who wants to rcmalu regular and who has swal lowed Bryanlsm takes card to repeat as often as Liels accused of Inconsist ency that Mn Bryan can do no harm even If he Is elected It Is time that this statement was met and smashed Mr Bryan elected could and would do a great deal of harm In so many ways that It is almost imirossiblu to enumerate them In the first place he would have au opportuhity during his term to pack the supreme court tad no one doubts that he would so pack it that the confidence of the American people In its greatest Institution would be lost or severely shattered Mr Bryan would appoint a cabinet from his friends nod not from his cue mlr aid it must be admitted that the bet inca in the Democratic party are not close friends of Mr Bryan lie would appoint judges and district at torneys throughout the r country who would curry out his designs as far as possible but the greatest harm of all that could come upon the peopU through the election of Mr Bryan would be the loss of confidence In busl jness circles and the prdbable stagnation that would come over tbe country and remain for four years at least There is no measuring this blightt that would come to our nation through the election of William J Brytfn We endured It from 1893 to 1S9Q under a Democratic president of far sounder views arid much more stable Charac ter than the present Democratic candi date for president Mr Bryan as a weather vane would be a great sueS tess but us a president he would not oVly pGn failure but failures would come ro every Ateerlcan institution and every American Industrial center 4 A tarIff for revenu only5 means a general reduction of wages There ano possible alL ternative REASON FOR CQNyERSION Why the Baltimore Sun Decided to Support Taft From the Baltimore Sun De- Is our deliberate judgment that for thd next tour years the material Inter ests of the people of this country would be safer with Mr Taft at the head of the national government than with Mr Bryan We further believe that while lawbreakers would be brpUght to account by Mr Taft with as little fear or faypr as Mr Bryan could display the methods employed by Mr Taft would not curtail the worklngmans onportunltles for em plpyuieut by disturbing the busIness of law abiding men and corporations as has been witnessed in the last few years Mr Taft8 exierlence in Important ijdralnlstrutive posts hlsJudiciaV tern pqralueut liLt patience and thorough ness in investigation jjustify thebellfef that as president he would execute the law faithfully and well but not spec tacularly Anti while this type of man ought to be In the White Housd all the time he si c u3 to be especially needed now tvhen the country is emerging frojii nulndustt1nt and financial de pression which broUght distress hut Buffering Into many homes = ryif j She Recalled an Instance Mrs PciTrtlPord said that ladys husband dILl you ever lay anything that you afterward regretted saying ICcltnIDIYt I suit Ys once 1Ind have been sqrry for It ever sjnce Detroit Free Press Ail Bad lep3n Irregularity department sleeplig 1femaleoltbe4 Wine of Gatdul tthlaxityWRITE LETTER = j J l a TffEHIGff GRADE t1Fr Esotii 1 I J4OPADDRESS BOWLING GREEN BUSINESS UNWEDSIT JiCI dOU Ride In From Sea Island Fishermen an Unusual Adventure With Ank mas Captain Boies Em First and Hte and Aged Son Get Astj1deanctSterEni to The specialty of Amagansett N is whales which are mostly of the vnrletycaUedfrIght Amagansett has been prepared for years to tackle anything in the cetrcean line being liberally equipped wlthpowef boats mOdern gun tired harpoons and all tho other weapons that Whales are sub dued with inT these days of the wirel- eSs Every right whale gets in wrong when it heads Amagansett way and wishes it had attended some other sort ot school thAn plain whale one wherewhales gather much knowledge but little wisdom There was gen GITAPr THEY HEADEI FOR BEACH jeral belief in the colonyof whalers the other day when men on the beach saw great commotion off shorn that there was going to be a fine battle for a big cargo of baleen and oil They were mistaken Her fishermen had gone offshore to haul in nets set to capture small fry of the deep Captain Gabe Edwards and his son aged seventy something were tugging ntn net whevflt began to resist in way that suggested monsters of the depths maybe sea ser pents eating up the meshes Captain Gabe never had seen Sea serpent since he visited the Tenderloin in New York years ago and he was willing to take another peep so he valorously hauled on the net A big Curate Flees With Home With Wife of After llA clericai house wrecker wds cited IIIin the person of theKev John W1U liam Gardiner formerly curate at Baling England who did not defend the divorce petition brpugbt by Wil liam Thomas Cope banker of sal ing road South against his wife Mrs Marie Louise Cope on the ground of Mr und Mrs Cope took great Interest in in theIr district South urntefnl constant visitor at Mr Copes house and received considerable assistance from Mr Cope On Feb 15 last Mr Cope returno4 by an early train from theater and found his front door locked which had never occurred befpre Mrs Cope opened the door she being much agi ltatcd Tho curate was in the dining room When Mr Cope au the wife became angry and went to her room Subsequently the vicar was communicated with and When wildcat Jn the woods at Square the ankle of V and he never even winced Sam Provost the hunter guide wa s6 astonished at that he forgot to shoot the ani mal The men were after a ben arid were closing iur on Win when thelr dogtreetl a wildcat nod Johnson a tenderfoot hunter froth Somerville Mass fired at it it in the foreleg The beasf leaped upon Johnson anti buried Its fangs in I his ankles The guide came up just j In time to see Johnson wine ej 0f JIIT is bad In every tof life to meals in hoUrs If you suffer in this way get a bottle of v 4- Mrs LucInda JDKO ImHK tft I I ti I US A r WRIT Long Have Edwards Shore a a I a a a a a a wounding i I I serpent bead appeared above the wa tea X beads are seen ffl the Tenderloin so the gaUant sklpperWas not ji bit inut out The seventyy arold youngster noted an other heudxalsa reptilian ixnd this ie assured the old man Father and jpn each tackled o eof the monsters and attempted to drag them aboard The big creatures resisted so vigor ously that the boat VIlS capsized and father and son eacb found himsel astride the biggest specimens of the Chelohla mldas thats yrhat the learn ed oia phajer says they areever seen SHOUTING THE in this lJUltudk The jeteran urged the youngster jto keep a saddlel aqd steer the right course for the shore This seemed to be difficult at first But the old nun is resourceful He had a heavy fisn line In his pocket lines In tile beaks of the monsters and shouting Gltap headed for the bench The old man beat the boy In being mounted tin steed that was more titan n foot longer than the youngsters Both creatures turned on theirweh backs the moment they got out of t1rv surf so they could not make for thf sea again Leaves English Banker Being Named as Home Wrecker In Divorce Suit Baling misconduct admission demanded explanation sometimes as soon as possible arrangements were 19mtheMrs Cope was entitled to property jind shares worth 20000 and the se curlties were In her custo yut after this affair a solicitor on her behalf demanded them ana when they had been antled over Mrs Cope left and Joined Mr Gardiner Togeth er they went to rlcrl11lnyI A letter signed JI7 botht was received by Mr Cope We hare decrtied It is best for U- sttgo nway together Wo hope you will forgive us Our prayer is that God will e Mr Cope in his evidence described the corespondent att lila Osonrtrtemt Witness sept for hini after the Feb runrv InrltVnt nntl thf curate dame md swort by all litij lirtfinost holy that no famliirlty hail taken plarft v The president granted a decree nisi with costs and gave Mr Cope the custody of the four children Wildcat Bit Cork Leg Guide Was So Amazed When Tenderfoot Hunter Failed to Wince That He Forgot to Shoot the Animal I L1keeblt fienry Johnson what happened enraged without Serpent good husband saylug1 Ing cock lila gun and fire at the beast without worrying hIs iegEven n t this Close range Jolmsbu raissftd1 and the c twasIdlsappearlng in thin undergrowth when Provost recovered him self enough to put i bullat Into the animal L Excuse me but youre about the itervtcst sport I ever took out ex claimed the guide admiration as he gazgd nt Johnsons torn tronscriX guess wed better gee ea doctor inainedi ntely Ob I guess not replied thohariter What we need is a carpenter You ice that was a klbe wt lila teeth luto IAdvICeI CONNERCML1SCIIO0IPY cAmllLESSONSTurtles jttotM Woman 5ijP 9O xoO oooo ooocooo 9O 8 TheSaf est and Quickest Wavste g ij g Transfer Mo yhi rt misBYfi J V i iWo 1i Dist ricd TeJepJrcie k 7 ft X t ti j tPot R tel apply tll Lo1It1lr T 1 + 7 t tCfflrand1eIohogc tTelegriph Cipu 0 7 fq 8 W ORPOR TED qp i pooo oooooo t r 1 J I i FREE ToOur- Suscribe 0 For a llimited time wem1 ii ki frid i subscription charg to each new or r Ki wmf tuWcribr a msvs i 1SoutberU Agriduftilfist ILETEN l i 1 Ii iFor f pper KM bn dJai1 Ofthousa ndsftHna tarMMrsL Ife tiIa ubcrib L r I 7iJ1itiI icription hitssexpiredt order WJW a thi 1Jvaluable present hee We reeye the rik to 1 stVlthdraw thIs ffat nytime1 ObAddress UIii The NwsrLeadert f 5 Springfield v S 4 t t Nb weather vane for priliclelttl Oar chief jnajistrate should havo settled viewsi sound prin ciples and honest methods j 3 Imagine Lltl In commenting oa the appear made by Mr Bryan to the farmers asking them to contribute to his campaign fund nfld lo send their 5outrlbutlons tQ his personal wspaprofficet the Sew York Sun cnustjcally asks tits readers to imagine If they can Jams Buchanan or Stephen A Douglas or JQIinC Brecklnrldge or General Mc Clefinn oc Horatio Seymour or Cten rnt Harlem k or any other Democratic candldatefor the presidency sAve pnti except WilHam Jennings Bryan do mantling money from the farmers of the United Stntos In orderH put bini 1n the viniile IoustT Mr Bryan is reported as already planning what he will detibselected president Mrarial llalDiUt- ytodfam vithout the aid ef nareatlea U one ef His mot enviable character Istics Measures ee Up to Requlre w tt M rl Shcrnuin sny much in little space in lit A rtitscli formally accciktlris thin He ttblfcrn tiouiinatlan CQijlce president Jind sirys it htimtrdblyfli- cxVciter on theRopubHcau nktipnV piticket mriirca to the teqiii h meuta orhU i110tt und shows tbestiHt- ies i Of an experienced and re public iiwu in lilt acceptance popliIlbJl NeV Yorlt Mall i a- Does any one doubt that l Icoin would supporiTaftTn lII erence to Bryan f o The ngtaocrattclffivgntion Hiade a CollectIve fwlof jumf by pledgingthe passage of n Inw forbiddlag coatrlbu bus by c lotUoltsa Utw whbthtC last Kepubllcnfa congress passed lliU1 ade1ph4or1l Apftrlcgn v LJ- SE C t1Lt1zJYrr IT- ttICENNEDYS LAAThZ COUGH SYltJf VHIIt I r tm VermifJ iai nbJt- nrBIW 1 J IEDlrIJ IBaIiarJ3flow Liniment T XOVI9 MU 1 ftrt r give Who Iill Ie TT ii- PRESIDBlfr 15 This Is ptewttaJear aorf l i j r cr PtLl h politlciT1Je CIJRERIAL j HENYAr o gdSrs a De JatkJl tprints th ei It isMpi OfUollarayeArfstpkei i t tek1y CIIrIT311D11 3 But y catojfci tfcat pip r M fj ieiUttitii va IJlSOI YaA5I J if yow 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