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J IiD tt B IiICY ML Uiif jjJ i iL f t Jii I fYOlXyJut t 39 j i kjJrl Lpi W SflN3TON li COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 8 1908 i flI 11 t J i YFPRACTICAL J D5NTISTaa4 irbsr JI IODItW pt a ll Xx PLINGP7KLD qL ftIDr TOIYiU- JUUI f oipty H of tY t ot1i t ssst LiiUtOR 39 i14S frOf- tii4Wa l L 0I1 Bar iowc JMnMKk oi II4taHyJJI 1alkOH Is i jL i a tikIId agriclthral Mrkt Two Iuk tIUapk aad Wtepioie tt oAc flOHtr UShl1Mr udL PopItatiot 1O tMt1atiot1 of v u1 B4fm t tiveitl CettgrciW HOB f fo J imaesBardstowaJtYi Jf JbfViMmtaT in KeutKckj Lcffis f tjHpi If C McChord Xo McatkttTC la stAte Senate Hoi iiJtCaPIUSY11C Ky1 0 v g jtJ IrctJTfj f CiRCUIT C tJRTJf tji ck1elt ttCi oti tke fonrth OctoJJ J iji sbary May td L LTfU JdEs It 1i Dr4Ia cwJSy rRat4 A Not ClerkI iI F IM 1IIUKatK CO + aIV j X l QpdICOURT tkhds4lyCoart i ke4jQtke f jg say Ia each iontbi 5I Li TtJadC 44 COUNTY COURT l foarth Coaty Cu4rt ote f 1iyIt4ckaI4utk 1IL I4ite73I4dge J WJt BO r7 CowBty Clerk Sii T S xecCQt1 Atterney- CtipettJ1141 o pl f 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JicLod l IiM mi 1 ratsTaa1 I3rdrs =s X JtojCLoJGpr d flejt i f- tSOII et a first and itthird Mot day aa aV oVtlrv Vrv Wu Vititftbafi A Chapter No 57 ettievery S copd Tuesthy s1JR IrInfiddCotci1 Lehrv twitltMoldit IGlr of TRZ IAcIPEs Meet t J 4JfztI 1 PAINaiujwtiis bM 1iMbIood ttotalS an rj 1bc H WU fro In 1IirIaiq tf111GeMIr = utood 1IthS 1tII eisrbMF IDIiaIf8 r JI Jar bWI Ir =sad dwiI i r u Jpu JXoune Ii d k- I I Jrl atllPl7 S U CIIDIi wVjDr Shoop Headache Tablets RIG CROSS DRUG STORE r w r w c j 1 JhE 2VE144S4EADI3Rt e J 4 Jc t 1 NOTtS j J1D GOI9WNJS jaaaa i t r I Tec BOyl T wp Philadelphia Recora crpsf old wovanof Jong ago Dclaredtliat she hatedpoIses- Thetown wouid be so pleasant you knoWrf rIfonlv there were ao boys me scolded andlretted about it till Eeryessyie hey as Jlead 4 i And thtiotasudden the town grew stilll V Ior alll the boys KadTQed And all through the Tons and dusty street There wasnt a boyin view The baseball lo where they used to meetjj bue 1ForAnd the paths that thfe runners jtForijt t t Who knew howthegame was played Th dogs theslept the livelongdayl Why should they bark or eap- herewasnt a whistle orcall to play Mid so they could only sleep f The ponynelghed in his only stall xAnd l ngedforthe saddle and rein And even the bijrds on thegeIUVaR Ghiiped only adull refrain l WaStcii t And nobody had a single taste Save only the birds and bees There wasrifcj a messenger boynot one t To speed as such jnesSengers can Jf the people wanted their errands f 1fmanS J 2 The e was little I ween of frolic andtt t noise riffhere was less ofcheqr and mirth Jf rhsadodJ town since It lacked its boys jag the dreariest place on earth Ttfas then the poor 6ldwbriiah begF v vto weep Anfy woke with a sudden gcreain piej she cried iI Have been asleep Andohl Whjat a horrible dream l lEij The politicali campaign this ye ar seems to bean isjnowisj campaign speech in Springfield We ma7 have a warming up1 later on but at the present writing things are exceedingly quiet m the political arena Senator WO Bradley isbilled toapsak at Lebanon on Fjaay the jhh fur the Repabjii can ticket and be will as usual prove a star attraction It is theI purpose of both sides to have Speakers in tills county between i buttbejaOtloun always close usually goes Re publican presidential elections In state and Bounty races the Democrats have carried the cpunty of recent years with the exception of last year when thq county went jn favor of the Re publican state ticket by a good majority In view cf the fact of it being presidential year and the further fact that of the county voung Republicanl in the state election last year a victory for lbit picket is confidently pre dicledl again this year 11 ounfey Offices the coutests jcume up until next year there is consider abe talk as to probable candidates for the various county offi esT sheriffs tickets for The Democratjq nomination arell aJready announced and for D mpcrtic nominations There s ems to be a tacit understand Jog however among the candi Uatek and prospective candidates toj1d off until after the prtsi xlehiiall electidn beiore any thing is done in the way of campaign Ing for any JocsEl l office j 1 IQ AltiI1gbI numQerlr TIc B1Jl Y The direct cr3of the Wasbngtpn Oounty Tobacco Warehouse Co re gettiig buy niakipg ar jl S1rttt SI aaXkietof Sjarinifield Compe v enfclbn will be engaged to prate the fajiog plant arid pftimfieirtf ifo rding and j111 iBg oCf tit joQa 6co The fta i Jlo4ethe opsration pE ihV AgrelIae j aiihhaveben O A iifcd in previous articles m th e NewaLeader nre meeting with the approvall of all whojire ataU I I interested jn the matter The most importIflt point about the matter is that it affords the oacco grower agott tII where he is at perfect libertv sell or refuse the price offered and Jslnot hamverlby tieirfg iRedup in any pool or otherwise JcJ Washington Counlj have tried all of the various netbods qf marketing their tobacco They have shipped it m hogsheads to LouisviJe and sold it on the tbreaks they have hauled it across the country in the hand to Lexington and to Lebanon and they have sold it at home to be delivered in the loose leaf tf Springfield All win agree that the last named plan has proyefj the most satisfactory to the Ve It certainly will prove jlgr factorv if the price keeps i and there is every indication that his year at least the price will be ntthai could reasonably beoipected owms to the short crop of Burley tobacco this sea son The man who is fortun te enbugb to have a good crop of tobacco in his barn this year is certainly in a positioa to do some dictating We understand that there are already in the field speculators who are endeavoring to purchase tobacco from thell farmers inijthe barn It seems to us that it would be the part ltwiSdom for the tobacco grawcr o steer clpaiv of the speculator With the market within easy reach the farmer woulacertainly stand a Setter chance to get good prices bymarketing his own jLo baccp The speculator is bound to buy at figures that will guar antee him a profit so why cant the farmer make that profit just as well as the speculator The fellow witllva crop of toKaeco thjis year iis uitM but hem st watclrhis corners tSnd pnake th- beStfthet sUuatlonWl i It f 4 EVIVALThere has been decided revivalI in the de mnnu lOt iiasnlngLou corniy farm j lands withfn the pas ew weeks and several f rms have changed bands at good figures We bkleive that the settlement of the tobacco trouble t which was brought ab6ut by tbe establish ingola i loose leaf warehouse has had much to do with the revival of the real estaie market ttvesborhesitteabut purcha sing farms which were especi ally valuable on account of their fituess for growing tobacco when it was by no Dean certain that they would bellowed to grow tobacco without the feaji of molestation Washingron county land has a well eained reputation for growing fine Burley tobaccoaudo long as the farmers are permitted to grow itthepriceof land will stay UpI 011oqueste the tO sound a note of warning gaiDst those careless iindiylduals who tresspass oil farnjis t roughout- the county and often Qause seri ons fires by carelessly throwing alighted match or cigar stunp the dry grass Persons who 1iu so careless as to be thet cause Iorbldrden access tohis neighbor farnind should fortresspass if order The bePfQsecutel1 Xrouth has caused Other vegetation dry as tinder and a Qresiarte at Almost any point may cause i d disasterons fire with serious l s to property 0 qj SI f AdaIi Groom the widely known proprietor of thc toomilotel Vaughn Miss stiys For sever booths I suffered with a severe cough dud consumption soemed tobayeits- O tgriiioh tJRe when a friend re omen dec Dn Kltiga New Discovery Itbe j an takirigit and thre bottles affect ted stcqmplete cure Thefatneo this life sapcouhan 2 coloSrelngr rIdYndlliinir arId throat healer Sold at Haydon Robe- rnosdrugstore 60c and 91 Tri bottl free t Hillsboro 11Wellnewsis although very 1ilrSaiidp- erfon scarce thiri- w my dutyv Jt sinouivi i Jinr Oder and John Hines were here Thursday on business Mrs Otis Harmon spent a i days with her parents at Mask yjllW Albert Hines putchised nice mare of H G Shewmaker W150 j I1r John Hints leftSunday for Bowling Gr en where will attend bible college Mr Dick Shewmaker lor Botland spent Sunday with frienAs and relatives here xMr M 0 Keejingand farail spent Sunday with hisparonts Jat Willisburgr Lee Settles sdldj a calf tto E L Perkins i t A large prowd attended the ice creainsuper Saturday night G Keehngs of this place in an automobile tbehiclcerland for 450 At anytime when yoi stowach iv not in good condition yolu should take Kodol because Kodol digests all the foocl you ear and it supplies health and strength forthe stomach in that way You take Kodol for just a little while when you have slight attacks of indigestion and you take it jjust a little longer in order to get relief from severe attacks of Indigestion or Nervous Dyspepaia Try Kodol today Soldby Red Cross Drug Store The Kentucky Social 9 xt Mammoth rave October 12th for womens clubs small partiand visitors to bee the cave diring the great drouth 3 75 tbexround trip from aJi stn lions on l Bardstown branch going onrelarmorningtraiuL- imit on tickets ten days Yerv low ratesat caye andjiotel Sep nr w rite Tj N vVprfc t Sillily Colder wit Snow Wherryou see that kind of a wsath aI er forecast you know that Rhematisrii WORth r ib at hand Getrea y for It- r1oVby gefflng jt bottle of Bollards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains frostbite sore and stiff joints aad mnscles attt1 aches and pains ISod foal to Stonewall IJIwork rhorse MuleColt 1 Filly work black null 40 head good Ewes IIgood Buck head stdck Duroc registered Duroc Boar regfstered Sow pigs Sow pigs Queenie reg registered reg Sow Miss Alice onels Sows common stock 24finterest of AWFUL DEED OF- NIGHT RIDERS Assassihs and After Setting Fire to House1 shoot the EscapingVic tims Hickman Kyj Oct 44Fue and sleeli the Hands of tje night riderS ended miserably the lives here early this of family of Dave Walker tblqcetl Penned in house blazing and aturated with coal oil the riegros began forth timidly and as fast they came they were shot down- Walker came first and bullet let the blood jet put from his lungs His yife carrying infant came next One butlet riddled the and the other the mother lnbertracks fatally wounded fiyeyearold child was tbe to leave and optot she un erring pellets claimed her life before rhe had toddled three stepsc One son the eldest of the 2ami ly issued from the house and the night riders believing safely burned and 4Wllerihg cursed white vjroraan and drawn gun white man recently When the night riders came home about midnight whip him he flredat them They numbered bout Sjme of poured coal oil witn which were equipped about the foundation of the cabin while Others surrounded place and waited the rats coxneoufof the trap Joe W- itiama white man who liyed near the place was pressedinto service by the band tQhoJd their horses that they mlglt have reserves tornlrttheirs- hots sjure Three other childreri cauie from the house jt was al mosi were shot but the wo ridS witt no iprove fatal Tlie wffe of the- negrow9die xr pain prescription printed each5 bdx Dr Shoops Pink Iai XabletS your DoctorS Druggist this formula not compete Head pains pains pains Anywhere instant relXei from Pink Pain Sold by Red Cross Drug Store ExecutorsSalel As Execuoj of the cstateof E Snelby deceased will offer for sale af his late residence 3r miles from Springfield Ky ion tho Sprin eld and PloOP1fi lc pike on f VTuesday October lxAt- JO30 am all of his personalproperty In ihjs sa1q wilbe the well known Jack STONEWALL This JarthaS- p oed bimself by his colts in 1906and 1907 to be one of tbexbest l Ktriulor25n the county In 1906 fourteen hIS sold fOIafl h1erage Of 90 5C per head and in 1907 ten of ihis colts brought then owners lOJO Also in this sale will be his entire herd of fine Dproc Jersey Hogs his fine Boar Masierpfiecel the fine bsood sow and many other good ones 1 Jennet in 1 Mule l t 2 Marts i2 Horses W 2 JerseyMilkCow5 f HeiferJ I 1 Jersey 1i of t 30 good Hogs Boar Masterpiece Col Ed and 5 Hazy reg and 5 Girlst SowjOrion Duchess reg 8 shoats good 2 and 18 pigs l I1 1 brood sow ifr IS acres ViiriegrQes Home I t morning he J j i a creeping as a an child dropped t A last I never him wheeled It 4 y a a on a to his to fifty them they the for to t inore ater burnedndthese r A is upon ot Ask or if is womanly gets a Tablet J I oclock rtf colts J Hazv 1 mJobe put Jn crib 01 plac 2 stacks Hayt 1 good Disc Harrow McCormick hay rake Brown Cultivator Mower good as new r 1 Scraper 1 Vulcan plow v 1 Subsoil plow j k 1 single shovel ploW 2 double shovel l plowing 1 log chain ft 2horse wagon V Onehorse wagon Hay Frame Cider Mill good a new saddle tslide Pair counter scales 1i seed sower 3 cutting boxes Set wagon harness Corn cutter Shovels spades corn planters diggers and many other far ming implements f lTERMSI All sums of 10 and und6r cash Over this amount a creditof months with iiegotiallle note bearing 6 per cent in f trest Irom slate 1f ExecutortalS M CAMPBELL I MiWithAT4 4 The Uarrosburg Herald con tiineot the following J T Farmer a member of the Fajettej Fiscal Ccurfc and R A Goode afurniture dealerinIjpx iffgtn who passed hroug Har rodsburg in ahbenzine buggy II had a soflbe what exciting experi ence beforeeaciing this pi nice The gentlemeij had been down in Nelson county to visit William Gopde who lives near Bioomfild- They were in the magistrates autpmpbiJeJ 5Ity they wOuhl have made he trip in anqther sort pf carriage baa they known of the pronounced prejudice against thehorseless machine along the route they took Tuey wereon the return trip and were g iding smoothly alonKa country road in Washington county when they were surprised to see a man with an upraised axe dart out of a farm house vad iin front of them and in an excited manner command them to halt At tirst they suspected that perhaps u brdge bad broken down sumt where ahead of them and that i he man had come out to sound a note of warning Astjiey slowed up however they perceived that the man with the axe hada angry look on hIs face and as they came u1 to whergr7 he was standing in the road brandishing his axe he coOity infirmed them that if they didnpt go slowly bv his place he yould make kind lling wood out bf he autdmobUe Of cpure lQoOCCUpail s xyf the auto onl suitbd dt thestrangers thre tbnt thy soon found out hatbeas in earnestfwhen hf launched into atirade of vituper ation against automobiles inI general saying that they fright ened peojilos horiies that they had been the cause of numerous runaways hat they ought not beflowed tan the rdadand that he was a great wind to stop them and sma htheTnachfneto smith ere ns with his axe Front a blacksmith at whose place they stopped little laterthsy learned that there was such adeepseated prejudice agiinst automobiles that a number of farmers in tha neighborhood had pfactically bpycqtled the blacksmith becvuse he had in a number ef instances repaired at his placel machines that had been crippled traveling the rough roads of that section AJEWICIIR EXPERIENCE C R Klugrdr The Jeweler 1060Vir gin fa Aye Indianapolis Ind writes I was so weak from kidney trouble that I could hardly walk a hundred feet FOOT bottles pf Foleys Kidney Remedy cleared my complexion cure 1t1Uybackacbcand the iriegulari tJesd now attend- tobus1nestveryt day andreco men Foleys Kldaey Remedy td all sufferers as It cared me after the doctors and other remedies had failed Sold 6y Hnydoti Kobeitaon ioohfI 4 Breaks From Cage t New Brnnswclr N J Oct lrA full grown African lion eV caped last night from the winter Vuarters of a circus located Be tween this city and Bound Brook and after having I1 hunted by keepers Jill night was shot and killed by Edward Radel today Before Its end she Koa killed two cows affd a calf Nero the lion wash P in a Wtiddan buijdipg Yesterday lie was enraged by being trans ferred from ohe cage to another The door of his cage was acci dentallyt left unfastened andfrerp suddenly burst out mtQ a run way leadirfg to the adjoining building where camels elephants horses and cattle wore kept The alarm brought the keep ers armed with any weapons which cjuno toj hand One of the camels was attacked by theiion but finally escaped The lion then turned toward tbe keepers who fled precipitately and Nero disappeared in the direction of the woods Keepers and farmers imroedi atuly wentin pursuit but found no trace of the missing animall until today wiena farmer named isnam found twoof his cows aiid calf killed on his farm near the Iinlt Q river AvJiitie later EIwzrd- 1vingl on tbs 1iiM New BrnIl rowli- ngalongtheroild7Lhb a a double barroleUl shotgunicharxiil I wttk heavy slugs Mr RadiiG tercepted I 1 the animal and after jseveral jhots killed it j5SAWDHIS BOYS LIrE liMy thrce ar old boy vaM badly conslpated1had high feerand wa IJ in ah awful condition J gave li r1 two dozes olFqleyV Orlno Laxatlye and the next morning the fever was gone and be was entirelyweilfc Foleva Orino laxative saved hS1ite1 A Wolkuab CaBimer WIs t A Sold by Haydon Rob ft OH Mr Watterwn 1t With a file bf CourierTouriiala- berore I us in which Mr Watteno 0011181e i l Bryan is unfit tobePr siflent it is really piliabteto trntoC- ourierJournal th of today and read what the exigenciesr of that Journals lifemakes it iec ssary for him to say now Itfik strange that the transition wast so easy for Mr Watteraonlo accomplish Ip may however have cost him ai inward pang which doesnct appear nt on his sleeve I MrWattefso4 ij always inter osting for or against usi He iit always picturesque whether as pliving the siren fin the moV shallows df New York bay P Long Island sound as HarperV IelidIing the unatiinable body of a hundred thou sand unArjned Ken tuckijtns as hn at one tim pth posed tt he will always read atfd al ways be lonke upon with delight tbOughn thep iiti cal capers he cntS he pHs oaf reason i A man who cbarges equally well oJ1 his Rozinante to the at tack of windmill on theplaim of MontieUas on the Russian lines at the heiirhts about Balaklava may have his uses as a soldier as an inspiration to specUcuJlar effect but as atleader hisjjii iffr miitis tOo quet1onibl Fof1Tow dence while wj 1laugh at his s range raetambrphbsis weiill the while admire tbe man though we cannot trust him in goUtics Lebanon Leader Served as coffee the ties coffee substitute known to grocer every where as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick even a coffee expert N jt a grain of real cpffeein it either Pure healthful toasted irlnsmalt its etc have beeli so cleverly blended asfo give a wonderfully t isfying coffee taste and flavor And It iii made in aminnteooj No tedious 20 to 80 ninutes bollinsr Teat it and sec Dr Shoop createdHealth Cofiee that the people might have a inuine coffee substitute dope that would be thoroughly satisfyiQi in every possible respect Sold by Me E rQyr Shader J J Heiddver J r The examining trial fp B and H T Mnllinal charged itb killing Jam s Fqllowell on Jo faahs Fork last Thur af wtli held before Judge J hnA Bur t n Saturday There w eoih siderabler testimony Jntheiea- nd the greater parof tbt day ws consumed in the bMrtnf The evidence as more ot CM fconflicting but at the conclssie- the Judge coDsldepcd it iwjh a fia easl should ge3bfoe the grand jury and the ctd wheld to answer beforii that tribe nal They were p mltted to give bond O E MufifRS iai lb umof 1500 and II T Mallfai 750 whicbbODdjSwer prpfBpIfy executed and the defeadinti released from custody TtieMI is now before the grand jury 4nA I indictments wjll proHbly he pt sened today and w tburefoM refrain frtneommentLibao41- teader 1JKennedys Laxative Ceugli 3yrp Is used nearly everywhere Jtiecivfii knot only heals irritation of vth thwwt and stops the cowf hbBfc it driii tlie cold out of the system throuift Its lax itive principle byasstut a free adjj the bonfertgentle action of iii the only way to awta cog T cant cure ft as bagaya if AMMt pated Inletpoll Xnai4iatl- ve Ooagk Syrup Scid hjr a flNg Store II I l 1fo lt o ks- ire Is- tbsn t BoIling Gr- eBecs mt7 App1 the Neadr for a seboU abp1 esn save you 01 1 r 7Sn 1 f A I ifL J 1 1r Hti1 1 I1 J t I oSl1ftSCaI 1 tl11 MU t 1 H it 0 71 fIoijLi I 0 I14Acr9sca1I- Mn Aucttqiner h 2 3 fcetwiJi i f2 we1 ratt11 w at jooa8 f held at Higji v41IFar fA iit17 aIbs4 Con p High priof ct afr 4allyt 1ideiiiill 1d tbs prIe a8 re Dawe 1 Prf ffLx yrePaw1sboughIb7 aatWi5O rbo fi t Nriri Star atsjSt okIStdttSyeii aUt tOt WJNL J 11liDA a Pete4 bo4IgM sW mrt3yaroe4afiBobcHi got a iackliI4jfor 50 t Lc purcbaad by R C tw 10kW u of Marioe a lf 50 atvd GressIyn a y47750 M1ui afjiM r weljk Vrrdl1ill 11 l a4 CapjaiJi L ingloe i at X llI tf ob n f culLs L1 ri iiie4og b10bi rJr Jcob 2 i J i WIIIeII Thy 2 t Davfil ark 4Vqhd51TtiSveteran of fIst tLwtl mffv 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bhi f 12 mosthe will I b e1 the Dj lbii1thaE5em viy ait e tusH amZvsbIiu J Soptasa4IaayeHs l y Haydoo 4 KvtartoOB THEINj h LfIi i j t E F jinJtLD Ki 4 oi1r i yQ lttr v f W mutlionieA 10 awwxmce ti r tQir sQaa dldatet IH ootre frothih DistrictIaj Ujt11 ac 1 t io llaouee K IUVID W OADDtE at a ca i iate tW1k11 hHcK ticket for con I liMfio thkTihe Fp rtk Goof itiIJeal f KR SHERIFF e Wt are attihorised to announce A C f ChKbftH Ma candidate for the aomr Mtio for Btairiff of Wasfcingtoa j I xmat tIcabject1 to HW action of the DoDOCNrticpartY Deputks Richard Btttt Iap Campbell Will MerrtttSawier awTHubert Virgin Jflk authorbed to aJUaQollOCe S f J tt vcaD4i4ate for Sheriff ofWMfctMTtoo county mbject to theJ 1IictiD oftlte Democratic party IfepotfM JLk uk1IaleQeorf W N ted Byioe Croake T i TM kAa nnfo tnt slate off irr aJWrs txisUof at Lexington t flMrtr ibs injttmrkiiw d apper t iAii aao afc 1r3 K Smith a student f 1 tU Stote UUNl 1 The i iM GlUM Ibof haviiig iisap t l II Olj elf IfOr ate i tMI1 k tora out that he o yioltend IIf Jfj ID lar il ts ar predicting UM iae kai woild developet into a jkn tij Mfly to pVdeplored 7M MM JU Ik present tf e ftt preeilatoUler unfort- ul 11 Yft M cte There appears t b a i po Ucn pa iberpark of JI E 1 the jpotke ileprt Bt oe citi L irJ Me aod the xiewapmpers of Lexr r iftfVonv to JayU reepoBsibility W ftm ViieappeiiTtDce on the 1s1rX i JJ lTtr ity ajpd it students In tnlyf1rv 11bQdreoX perhaps ft JMirjiered bjr bIn students t I fkitrtmie ptrt of thtriffair is c t i 6L t Q uuiy people are eagerly i oceftimf SBch wild reports a 101 geIa tIJ wi t 1 iI ba ofpr60f fl t lIih anybody otbw than Smith hIm t Mif iMaaytiling to do w tllLii trl tU rarfiYU StcW TTniversityi fsa state iQI LJf 4iUUpn of which every Ken J i t ckki ho nld be proud7 Its i stodeaU reyounf meo from the beat Jamilies of the State flt Spriaf fold atjd Washington coun i ty h fmrnHihd quite a pumbei jUllversityjt 6prl gj 4 Jto n occupies a chair j J Ife take iit that the boys from f pfcfcer jpolntg irbo attend Statt IfuiVerility are not materjJlv r different frpai pur Washington certainfrfj ttiattheee boy would murder a t i thefaculr7 act SBchan ldelis pr postert 1r 1 opfv We believe pung Smith t hjinapiy gone ona hoboing eacpjWIiiioo and that in due sea MflM wiif tura up J I MM Mtrtfafe tHfirp lr Jfcf n dr Kuril Route 2Einj li lG 17W L Jleyi by iiime saysj Biicir LWottf jfi ka da 4 ceciBy Jec It Ifworth J hf itka Its w ifht In jfold would l t i ifJ1YcIto Qrfg Re tM l it 8IY250 ai y 71 tf ite lU4i ft ofis drujf atcretP I j L t t TIekCr k J 0 t toat was i n tJU L aU on Sav I ji tMf t a ihliuplao infconpr of i JUpe fo6 a d Miss Bland of- yipfNlownrri w s w Uat nd dan f1 MBivy cali Tb le presen ITii litMi 4 ifcriftfeee were Mr sam Bows cf fTljlackville Mr Loi yanlwrrJpiev ti and Mr A 1 1maDOf Tpxaa it I vI ttp 4 t fln bO- rj ir JMWtv Ed Bndr i Bik Bo ell hasmoved Y 1 J i i1i H 11141 vacated bv Port i 011 the Wjn Ahdtjrson i A f Ja Wilion atid iJSteyK t Y i irvToha Smith at I V 1I t ay D Qn r1 4 4at tf 4t Jrr l afat b ifer tIa r j It if fn ia 7ib t uJwJ IrYMePtJ m rI YtfJ 1 wfid 1j M LA d1 1IIt1a AI Bo r yj di Qf ILofrcMiI4 1J ty Ol i 12ll Jf J IL J7 I i Itf 1f8WTA iftJ iCk j j 1 1t 1 c IrGeofgtJ Sugg old3JltOW8 and tight pigs tor H ugg pjU Loafliqk fQJ 6 Mr Heary Rli wpnJrrr cldaiighVer of Safiny Side pont S Way with S T Stuaiph Mf FranV HaYdon Jr Jleft Mo dayjn foinglfor Danville as feat Idr the Fome Comforb 8a Co jf Missi Addy Warran of Pery VH1 Visited Iriends at tljis place r c ptlyi 1 Gjeorge Bratlotn 6fvf Lebanon visited Miss M gie Motley Thursday and Friday l Mr- Garter a Uof this place mad flying trip to your town AiaYpu Ojay HfLif AiivK Peoplevith kidney trouble are weak and exhausted that they areonly half alive JFoleys Kidney Remedy makes healthy kidneys jestqres lost vitality and weak delicate people arereetored to health Refuse any ba Eoleys Soldi by Haydon fe Robertson HardinV Chapell As there has been po letter Irum here for So Jong I thought I would write a few lines thi week and continueT 10 do so in thefotuie as the letters area helpl to our dear old NewsLead er Mrs Taylor Sweeney has re turned to Louisville after a pleasant visit to her daughjbeir Mrs Alfred VYhiteinanf- c Mr Pat Tobin bought a mare from Mr John Tobin price un known Miss Sadie FenwicK is the pleasant guest of Miss Adraj Canary this weefc Mr andMrs Ged Barker anr son Wayne of Prather s Creejt spent Suoday with Ms Nellie Logsddn a d family Mr Lee Million and his cousin Mr Stanley Taylor of Gape Vine spent Tnursl av and Frda- with Austin Clarke and family Mis Sadie FenMck spent Fri day with her cousins the kisses Fenwick Mr Willie Bigley is on the sick list at this wHiing- Severalfrom here aTe attend ing the meeting at Bethlehem this week Misses Lena ariq Rocksie Cecil spentTriday and Saturday with Miss May Lanbam iMrs Henry WhXtpman of FredericVstown and randdAU ter Miss Lola Fruth have re turned home after a pleasantj visit to relatives at this place iss Sdsie Feqwick of thi plabe Hjnd Mr Wallace Adams of Fen wick were in Harrodsburf Friday und Saturday We are glad to notice sme ol our farmers hauling rock ob 6u turnpike and vr hope that in iht future some more of ojir farmers will follow their1 good example asgood roads are certainly ap Pre iated Mr Frank Hay don who is working for the Home Comfor Range Ci spent Sunday wiitb his parents Mr ahd Mrs Bet Haydon of this pace The farmers are busy cutting corn and getting ready to sow wheat Mrs Andy Ferrell otf Frank fort is1 ihe guest ofA Cana IajJd family ths week MrsvB S Litsey Mrs HaiH garette Brenef and son Friihk Mrs George Ccthranougher rl and Mrs Annie Griffins pent atpn day with Mrs Ben Haydonj r Mr George I enntck wai afc Saint Marys Sunday We are glad to hear that Mrs AJmira Begley is better At this writing Mr and Mrs Austin Glarkt and family visited in Maripr county last week Mr and Mrs That Andersou land faeily ot tentlck speni Sunday with Nellie L gsdon and family Mr and Mrs Woodson Bdglej of Boyle County spent Sujiday with T R Begley and famOyr ITbe singing giyen by Mr and Mrs Lee Hiatt Friday night was ytdthemsevesThe dfath angel visited the home of Mrand Mrs Taylor Masters Tuesday and took Ewav theiif baby girl of a day old It was hard tb give hr up e b nov uit atJtjsAcQn QJa Tionto knpw that she is nbwre iJoicing with the angels 6n hat throne of high T i Thejittle onjs was id to rest in the cemetery at SpfiffgOeld Wedhtsday morning at tv ocloclc mI rh bereaved parent t yft Notice to Creclitors 1 All persons having claims against the estate of John Shew maker deceased will present same to my atiornevj WO Me Chord at his office in Spring ipldt property proven and sworn Up oa or before Nov 1 19Q8 and the same will be settled W M SheymaberA Adrantstratbr Estate John ShewtDAker L Jtl br Us n t Btg r1it ts J l Qytb nt tirrr i1ve r st an 1luidc h d amdileated 1 D Witt dartwlfaedl Witch azelt Salve The Ibeitsalyc rplle B jsnre jou get vDeWitt Sold hy RedJ Qrqss Drug tor mv VVWVV V V V WVW VWV VV VM r i it Jr1 1Nit t B I Yi il f r frI i3 0 f 4 With a Flood of Money SaVeraIfj- you Ivf JaXv Xr V13S SSi rsa ffj 7r hQVil fc oA v ti Ii f2iWS Wr i Il fail to store in this bargaih feast you will miss some of the gre test opportunitiesthai will berp =e i v 1is i h i il 5fy r Dress Goods 0m jPJaqnma 50c 54ijich Broad Olotb 100 36in Woo Serge 50c 35M n Herri rub n Serge 10 42in Wool San Tov 100 42iri bilrf Warp 150 54in Ladies vrJIUh 75e 54inReprVmti 50J f 3- i P F- I i Wheat HaroTesiy the diy Mttses Texieand Lucy Bar low spent Saturday night wltn Miss Jane Ob ser Mrs W S Y Goodtett spent Sunday wnh her daughter Mrs CI P Goatley who is very ill Mr John Hardesty who has baen very sick is reported some better at this writing Mr Erhest Goatley was in our mid Monday Miss Ida Graj i spending this eek with friends at Willisburg Messrs John Grace in Dayis Cplyin return borne Thursday night after an extended visit to Louisvijje and Chicago Mr Robert GravaiJd sisVr vlarfha ui tended the itacher ssoQAtion at Willivb urg Satur day gflernojij There werE several ie chers present and some real t interesting talks were made v Mr berd Wrakl y and wife off Mooresville gpent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W B Badow- Mr Earl Cheathmat1tl Htftoer Hughes called on thfir bpfit girls f Pme Grove Sunday af ernoon Mr J T Sutherland and wife rnd MissQlive fciution speni Wednesday night at the hcnie oi Mr and Mrs J H Grays Vtrs Bessie 1Yiiicrsno pont undav nijihi and Sunday with her parettta at PulTnj Miss Ollie Gray wfro has been ijP lie city purcba rvg Uer tall tid winter line ofmillinoryc oods has returned home and vnll have bor opening atPolin Saturday Oct 10 Ee y bodyI ii3 invited to come and inspect her line of goods 1tThe pi supper given by MicF Ida Haydon for the benefit of the schoolh use was quite a sac ness fihere bpirg a good crod presppt The cake for the mostt popular young lady was award ed to Misi T VIe Goodie t The caKe chances were taken on brought ia neat litle sum aiid was won by Mr Hubert Virgin Altogether about 1537 wast realized L I r Shikllq UP i t jtnasrallbe verlbn s6 far as the triiau artfconcerned but aot when it comes to chlll 1 and fever uud milarlr vQait hB quinine and take a real cure l If itd nt CtlfP you get non 1 Mens Fleeced Ribbed Underwear 50c 7 WClmena neRibbed Vest andEnts 50e Vomfn illr Finjsh Union SU lft 100 0 Worn TIS Kloeeed Ribbed Union Suits 50c y IViispes Fin i Fleeced V3st and Pants 35c Masses Fins Flee ed Union Suiu 50c Boys Flee jed Ri bed Shirts ard Drawer 50c Boys riivT Fleeced Union Suits 85c t LOOK A 5000 Policy at age 40 in any old line company cost you at least 2760 in twenty years The same policy in the B J Mens win copt you only 1256 You ee we can SAVE You 150400 J on this Policy and the amount in propor tion on other Amounts iFor further Information Ii write LIFE Lflflisyille Ky 1Ii A spiead before yen would do you no good if you couKlut eat What good cn food do a child when as soon as it enters its somach it is eaten by yorrns Thats the reason your baby H aJlinffi crojis pasty aced and thin jye it WitHes Creaqi Vermifuge It ill expel the worms and act as a for the child Sold by the Red Cross DrugStore Care of the HandjIf you wish keep your hands soft dud white llccp a jur pf nluioud meal on the wjshntand Ontmcal and eveu corumcnl will do just as well After washing the hands In soap and warm water rub the meal on them generous ly Thlg will keep tile hands wonder puwlcc stone on hand and rub the spots with Ihlu and they will quickly be re iudreU Dry every part of tho hand on a Gofttowel and then rqb la a good cream that you find agrees wlttt yoar skin x VI small sure afe pms Sold by Ked rossDruf store J F Linens and Cottons Best Bordered Ca icos 5pi HdOsier Cotton 5c JvHbpeJCotton 8e Apron Ginghams 6c J Canton Flannel 5c Bjeacti GutingV Be 15 in Linen Crash lOcj Hart JSchaffner Marx SuitsT 18 00 to 3000 Mach Berman Cos Suitsi 500to 20 V H A SeinVneinier Cov Youth Suits 1500 to 12 50 d A Seinsheimer CJosQhil dVens Suits 250 to 750 Mens 52io Overcoats 7 50 to v25QOv j t Men s Rain Goats 7 50 to 2000 Youths Overcoats 350 to 1250 Childs Qverccats 125 to 7 50 R W Novelty Suits 1400 002750 i Hats Alt of the latest Fait and Win IT ter shapes in Mens Hats We cordially invite you to Visit usi before making iur purr chases 1 a Q Jlf4 i t f 04S Qf8 C t Ht r300 WpmenV Misses Khd Childrens Cloaks id15la l Ii rtuit red navy and Copenhagen blue The jpereiiii 4 3j dHplay of nioaka ever shown i this nmrket We heavily ajpd will make Qricei to move them f fef f Jtf v f j Womens loaks 35 Ii 2001 s C 250 i l t 10 00 riJKirtst H25tt 5401 itt 810ES 7 tiFloersheims Fine Shoes for Men in Patent ri and Oxblood foFSa 00 V Douglass Pine SboesFin Patent Tan and Oxblobd for 3 50 Donglas Shoes for Boys ihiftt t andlTan 25iO KrippendorfOH man Cos fine Slides for Women 2 50 tOt00 01 E Shoes for Women 1D Kid Box Oalf and Kaqgaroo Caii 175 Vl p 0 E Shoes for Boys in Patent Box Calf and Eangaroo 175 to250 Full slock Mens and Boy Eight Top1 h in StJ uudttan C t ZL JtJ 124 Blankets worth 3 50 for 250 Jj 124 All wool Blapkets 10 00 for 7Mv 114 All Blankets worth 800 for 6JOO 114 All Wool Blankets worth 650 f l5 00 10 4 All WootBJankets 30g4 00 and 4 50 o Full size Bed Comforts for 1 00 IFbll filled Qomforls lvSO Comforts 2 DO to BoO j Wall Paper t3 5 7 IQe 6 up it 1 if I ti tCotton Ingrain Xrpet aSc Union Ingrain arp tR40cl r t lif t 9xllTapestrjr Hni ftiv tf t j J t 9x12 Tapestry kifSiiiiK tff9x12YelvetRo 18J 9xi2 Axminister Rufs tsbOO ci f i t t fJf 1 tr t IIN LArtEOU RTINS oi tJ1r16 00 LeCorttinf f i 4 50 t iJr d 5 OOLace rtaJns1otfOO iI foi r 4raCe OortalD8400 800l t iFr 50 ce CUt taIDI fo 125Q r t f 300 Lace Curtains or25 1 1 250 Lace GJortsid forSt190 j ifiJ i J fjpoft Lace Cnrtains for 65c 1 Window Shd 4I L if4 rtCurlii 1t t rC1ti t g 3 I i i i I r erGO ifjrt j J1 SchoolhouseI lI harmffQldr OtIlck rDERWEAR will uSlneSSI feI same BOSIJtESSMENS BanquetI tontc to UUlttbstiunterpots ejfqmous CLOTHING LOAKS1r Blankets v thVhitAl1otl CARPET It ifAxaiintsli r SpecIals j12QOLaee jil50 CUHNINGHHM DUNCMN 0 ii- ff FREE TRIPI TO LOUISVILLEwXt f lf m The Retail Mercliants Assoeia iop of Louisvillei Ky ofrv hieht tie i are a member has decided to rebate railroad f re ifori 5 October 12th to Novepiber 7th f rV ivVThisl t 1 winter goods to an advantage You will a complete line in h r ij t r J IDRY GOODS CARPETS HQUSEFURNISHIflGS READY TOWE Slfpf jj- MILLINERY FURNITURE FANCY GOODS BOYS CLOTBlfe If you are in want in the meantime of anything write us aiuHwe wtU Ityour order promptly and satisfactory AlwafsTemei riijtve9p ji f that everything that goes out of store IleaveesMli qr gqat tel i l 1 isfaction or Money Back vi W P rLiJt f1Fii 2 rt f 1 v DD YOU eVER umyMWla10 rcrii It Is the most fascinating pleasureon e that Will help ycjuvwhile away Ihe we rywinttd l1ecomi 9m ore pOPular ever day You c n soonlna r itn J 1ilI nI Y t l I iStl tIC tivc we1 entertaining Oui new tfodd to Burn catalogue is nowrbniny5ompi tl aBii wiilJ Jr dy f rw 1 about ten lays Jou wish cne write us sending ydiir fun rtpie and addrjj WiJJiMr 7pt Iin send whenyou one completed iI t l = t CJtt THE WAY TO OBTAIN v RAIE X Q Ji fB T i j1 t Wilt be explained tto you if you wish the information iJfiH sne s ttf nu Wbe gladsto furnish ydu details 1ct E j i Fall Goats tof Ili l fiTobu y uIfa QP P rtvi 4 Women arid Misses ShoWn I f1 I jf S398 and M98 t 4Jif iJ Kt t5f t 1 f 2B3 wiMrk iSt f 819 zCi oaJih black Wool J B COR i rrt 4 i find will V r t J+ H THE NEJMSUBKOER 7 I 4 1 BURTOIf fj iTITtaTJ 1UTHEXTBACTiD it1MoJt PAIN r 9iaass Bt+cfc p 14IN PKitforiiLD ipr jJ Deml WorkSStrictly 1irJItcs tIs TyDR w u4 Simeon b 891mif r 1to2Dm verKdos irugstore itLamnM 0e 9Fict ta Owen Ntitsc j L ft OcITh I N 38i i tcu FlGm6SBY rto8NEy AT LAWs efttrtJlaakk tlP1UGFRLP JCY L jL IW HYATT vfrRedros8 rU2 OtL OM e 1iCJrgilyatt 1qQp T3Ito 12 roo 4 to5 ipm jJniH V MAYSii j JUIEIAtllIHECTOR I + AID UCFLSEU EMBAlMER o J ELEf HONJ 1 DAY 19 NIGHT 74 v SERUGFM lff tL G Place To Slop f W LiIviiei i 99n Wasbingtoa and JNelaori county friends when in- Louisville and looking for a place tosto to ca1LoH us We- VV ayjB s verar v Hic ll FiraisM4 Bois I whjc r wi w3l1et Vctf llodgers for 8 shoHior lonjestay atre fsoh b1erate tLocated on th Northwest corn e otSeventn and Market Stsl aL v irvine WiniAtth ol1n Edelen Ittfe Washington Iff OR sngIicIa f Cdfiice i Mnuta tur bi isi t i JJarbe qo tW pay bi1es1 markett priceIorgrin r r3t yntffie Best5 tOUR a k your groaejr for 17BACK ACHE- 1 ibe kMaey ie laot aotar tltlt t 1 tM work removia iaritema=ts s nItlwjWIMbtUII4IIoiJfcwtt JieaoTe iKe eeaee Md tone s jPi4 VoalooboL G1IMMIcMsr the hJe JoOdanl E QItI OK IiIi- M iJttl br lSl vvN TBBWI Wt LIuMM5Mar6Mo t t CESSVIPJttdsp1vSIT ISE- c uL S7U1w k Isr Mwi- umo flNC1- L co L CIIiJr i DiritthCsi = = The Tri4h fewyppnoointbac twO ti f fci IcZcm pkL3l iulaa torm ofQ Jd cmlreliefudb Jc I1t tt J sJ csbd by Zemo a duii lqud f q ltutIIS All dUiggii Zr i Off t cn r Q1 I IT lIDiN N v Local Happenings of Interest Tho Freshest and Latest It Htl tIi cf1foic9 ITIrfIrrFrItI 1SA1bRRENTMy hOPS on Jjebanbir street will be for sa1or rent on and after Nov 15tb W E LEACHth B rniothe wif4pf JLL Par tti n 4Q jJd idst a 12 pound gtr1 Have yon bought that Rat Fopstyle and quality for a rEt onable price see my hats Mss Koott ThevJadies of the Mackyille jChristian hurcbwi1sen8 dinner next county court day The ladies Aid sbciety of the Mdckvflle Chrictiau church wli giye an oyster aiqpr atHE Cases Friday night OcJpbei t6 rRevG W Lyon advertises in this issue a public sala of psr property The sale is to take place on next Saturday af theMethodistparsonke FOR SALE Twentyfive shares of stock in the Washington County Fair Co belonging to the Estate of F M Campbell Apply to Tbeo 0 Campbell Mrs Mitt C Mayeshas rent ed the Uraycroftcpttage bn Vir ginia A venue and is moving into ttodayJTh residence of Mr Berry Wilham near Texas caught then Monday and was considerably damaged before the flamescould be extinguished FOR RENTo large rooms for lighthouse keeping on Gruri dy Avenue r Apply to Miss Nannie E Walker New Pattern Hats received this week Beutiful styles and all the popular colors WILLIAMS FOR SALEFarm ofO acres half timber some cleared good tobacco land 5 room bouse outbuildings etc It is near county road JW AUen Waynesburg Ky Mr FH Ashe who recently accepted position with Mr Jt Barber as clerk and moved is family from JWillisburg has given up his position and moved his family to Cross Roads where he is employed bv Johnson Black Jn their general store as salesman AnnouIfc mint has been made ofl the approaching mrriage of Miss EHzdbeth Leachman of hispiace and Mr William H BlllVof Louisville The wedding tojtake place at the Cathedral fq Bouisville on Tuesday Qctober 20f jRev father Hill a brother f the groomtobe sbiU officiate FOR RENTThree rooms water a gup garden lot and barnL Mrs Sallie Epperson The Washington Fiscall court met in regular session hre on Tuesday and Wednesday A imberof claims were passed on ind other routine business trac acedJ R Mayesvasre 4tdl Rad SuperinttjUdent J 0 Pile wis eirctedkeepof the Poor Hjouse and Sam Boltner commissioner Now jis the time when every tlldy and girl walls anw hat You will find thQ newest styles jjad the most upt date millinery at Miss Kndtta1 Hyomtfii germkiUngmedica- tion is th only sensible and sate way of ctiring catarrh Goes right to the spot Breathed through the nose and mouth Guaranteed to cure or money refunded S ldby rRed Cross Drugstore v When down town step inland have a cup of hot chocolate heel tea tomato bouilon egg plies phae fried oyster oyster stew Jot any linjejol the day SFreih oysters at all times ex traseIfe1s Katie Hertlein Broth A good crowd of Washlngtoi county citizens win go toLeban cia tomorrow Friday to heai Eon W O Bradley jpeak in ihi interest of the Repno ican ciuse When it comas to whOdping the boys up the Hon WmO has lew equals ou the stump 0B bas Tong bei n a favorre witl Washington county Republican and thai wiUdouhtless turn ou in fOrce to hear him 1rPost Master W A Water bas received instructions to cOn duct an exatniiatlon for rura intil cirri rs Jt this p1ce gi ba1ary NovemSer 7 Inorde tt0toVi iKexaminatlpn it wrJ br ii6eS rt that jppllcAlion Jab 111teT9m qteThe depar iflwrt Ati1ffi iiLljtuQt notl te- than tWL be examina bQt acncy a 11iorcs0 88II I Taken up t NQniny place about 4 miles uprtft of Springfield on litte Bea ba Dii roc Jersey Red sov weig ng abaut 200 pounds 6wfler1pa i get same by paying all costs C D Miller Grass on the farm of Fattier Hennossy below town on the Bloomfield road caugtit fiire shortly after noon ytsterday and three stacks of hay apd some fencing were destroyed A crowd of citizens from towti went down to figbtthe fire The Washington connty Sun da v school convention that was postponed on account of the Scarlet lever scare will be hId atlleasaut Grove church Tuesday October 27 The same program will be carried out and all speakers on program will prepare themselves and all fcjijo day school teachers and super intendams of he County will please attend R EO Lawson r County President Notice io Trespassrs IThi is to jiotify ali persons to stay off of my place My place j Ilspostedand all tresspassers foundon it without permission will be prosecuted I jConard Hertlein Whit threatened to be a disas- terous fire ferpke put Sunday afternoon on Mr W F Bookers farm neat town and burned a Urgd straw stack belonging to Mr Bookej The fire ran rap idly thrQugh the dry grass to the adjoining fields Messrs N C Campbell and Sam Bottoms lost two Targe stacks of hay 800 fence rails besides aboutl several acres of grass fbeJfire can e dangerously npnr Vlr flampbeils bous and Ittook heroic fighting by Neighbors to checkthe flames before they reached the buildings Land Sales J There haS been considerable activity in farm sales in thft county recently and quite anum ber r1arms have changed bandsrMr WW Hatchet sold at public sale on last Friday his farm situated near Mackyille to 3 N Ward for 149 per acre The farm contains 212 acres Messrs G L Wharton and T D Tapp sold thei farm at Valley Hill containing 138aprps to Turner Derringer for 6509 Mr H T Stiles bought of W T McMillen bis farm on the Mackville turnpike for 6000 The farm contains abot 100 acres Mr Stiles ilso purch sed through McElroy Wharton the local red1estatel dealt rs oeoft- he finest rfarms in Boyle conpty The farm is what is known as the Shuttieworth farm and Ts sit uated two miles wesfot Dinville on the Lebanon road It conr tains 313r acres and the price as115 an acre or nearly 36000 ir Sale lf f On Saturday October 10 19C8 at Methpdist parsonage Spring bighestlbidder lone sorrel Mare Hay Straw lSideboard Refrigerator xJladi- pmthoife stove nearly new Parlor Organ Saddle and BuggyIwahtwo ojBed toom set Beadsteads Tables Lawn Mower Garden hand Plow Hoes Hay and man tire Forks Window Curtains Screen doors and windows G W Lyon Iip not Jlet anyone tell you that something else is just as good as De i Witts Kidney and Bladder Pills be cause there isnt anything just as good for weak back backache rheumatic palnsrinflamationof the bladder 01 any Kidney and Bladder disorder A weeks trial will convince you Sold buthe Iijl Cross DrugStore L PERa NAl 5V- r tr r Mrs W E Selecron MUs Lucy Seitcman and Mrs Mar caret Pottus spent Tuesday in- Lebanon with airs EiEarlLit soy j s Mrs Matt 0 Mayekwas in t Louisville Monday I LHayoodons garet to Louisville yesterday to i surgkaljoppeat1ou i throat i i nt1augitra1sJ s i ifcie visUingMrs lJerry father t Mw il Booker Ma Ba Glfarfesbn and krar JDptn pa1dl gotLebanon w riaii f guati 4f Mrs Ida Clarkson sttrdar wNw N ijlt Teeth ex t 1ou11t No fchafges 1 when plafek are wanted 1 i 1 j Done in LWORK11i k1II WYSTALIARD1DS I is Sprlntfldd iy I M Ul Mrs W F Neiklrk and son areaPendingtbe as gusts of M W bNeikirk Mr James C McElroy and little son J mes lleftt Sunday for Philadelphia to be with Mrs McElroy until she is able to return home Mrs McEhroy condition is very much improved under the treatment given at the Philadelphia Sanitarium Mrs Ruell Foster and little brother Edward Ruseell re turned from Lebanon Sunday where the boy underwent a surr agoforappfrs S H Bishop and Miss Maggie Bonta are visiting rela tive in Lexington Mrs H D Rodman of Shelby villa visited her sister Mrs I H Thurmari this week Mrs Jt Wharton and Mrs IQ Oi Wharton are guests of rela lives In Louisville McElroyJefevisit their sons Messrs Lee and fEmmettF McElroy Miss Lida Giundy is visiting Miss Margaret McChPrd in Louisville this week v Mr T Scott Mayes spent the latter part of last week with hi- son Robert at Lexington Attorney W F Grigsby at tendtid coitit at HairrcTdsburg Monday Rev W Ezra Sutherland and wife are visiting relatives in the county this week Rev Suther laud was returned to Buffalo by the M E Conference Misses Mary and Bertha Hay jdon spent lastweek in Louis ville v Mr RH Edelen of Bards town visitedv Mends here this week Mrs 0 LTPrice visited friends in Bloomfield the first of thejweek Miss MdQeJ Price spent Sat urday and Sunday with her par eats Mr and Mrs G L Price and returned Monday to ploora field Miss J egLnalilemeutsfofLb anryospent afEwdavs with Miss Cart Edeleuwho is veFy ill I Mr Charlie Haydon of Shel yVille visited home folks here Sunday MrGC Wharton is in Mer cer county thisweek on business Miss lyjargaret JHrapan v sied Miss Rose Mackifa of Lebanon this week and attended the ned ding of Mips Mackin to Mr Thomac Joseph Dunn- t of St Anthony Iowa Tuesday Mrs ndary R Bowman of LouisvUle visited her niece Mrs Willard Thompson last week Miss Maria Maloney of Louis yule is visiting friends here Wm Julia Exall qf Padia 011- 1isa guest of her sister Mrs John W Lwis Mrs H P McChord is visiting Mrs John 0 McGhqrd at Leba non i isjU Dr Richard RoBards of Willis burg came in on professional businessTuesday and returned Wednesday Miss Fannie Smith of Bloom field has accepted a positbn w Cunningham Duncan COl- as saleslady Miss Carrle Eaelen whose con dition has been ery crit cal for two weeks is not improved Mss Margie G aham enter Lamed a number of her frirtdfi Tueday evening intionprof her cousin Miss Lulls Thompson ofIndianap 1is Mr John Searcy who has been visiting his parents Mr and Mrs M L Searcy and oth r reatives In the county left Monday for his home at Nara Vesa N M Mrs BpI ircy ard daughter Loui e will remain here a few weeks llonger MrI M Moss is in Lexington this week Rey Gv W Lyon who bas been pasldr of tne Methodist church at his place and At MaysC apeland Pleasant Run churches the past hreeyears was transferred by conference from this place to Pembrokej The RV G S King or Hod gensvtlle is he npw minister who will arrive the first of nsxt weEk with his family to tpke charge of this church and the two country churches Mrs Mary Rqgsc1alJ is visiting friends in Louisvirler Messisv Sdm Anderson Ben Cecil and Benedict Clements are inLouIsviUaS Mrs Wm Mudd is ill with ty phoji fever Misses Lucy S lecman Eva andVirgieRoyalty1De11Lami fhell Mary Lampton Mrs I Ft Pettus and Will Selecman atten ded church at Bethlehem Sun day morning and e enlDg Geo Austin ot Leb rpni JMrs Wednesday with Mr Kv rt Mr and Mrs PaR Nele who spqnt the summer in Louisville returned home yesterday Miss Gertrude Cambron of Louisyile1 is yisiting tier cousin Miss Emraer Nunn of this pljce J S Olaybrookejs in Louis jville an4 Lexington this week Misses Fanny and Annie Mc Elroy have returned from a visit to Elown fc BikspfaMonday lAHealthy Fanily Our whole anihy has enjoyed good health since we began usingr Dn KinglS Jfew Life Pills three years agot Bay 14A Bartlet of Rural Route 1 Gull ford Maine They cleanse and tone the system in gentle way that does you good 256 at Haydon Robertson A drugstore A QUEEREXPERIENCE AlmaTademas Miraculous Es jape FromDeathj FREAKS OFAN EXPLOlON ihe Artists House Was Wrecked lad JHow He Got Out Alive and Unln Jured Is a Mystery The Puzzle of the Staircase and Hallway- In 1874 a canalboat carrying a hun dred barrels of gunpowder along the Regents park canal in London ex ploded Just opposite the magnificent house of Laurence AlmaTadema the famous artist across the road This happened at 4 oclock On a rainy morn- Ing Every window in London Within a radius of a mile was smashed and the Tbouses In the limmediate vicinity though solidly built of brick and stone were wrecked I was sound asleep in bed atthi tIme said AlmaTadema and tine first I knew of the explosion was when I found myself sthndlng out on the sidewalk in front of my house In the rain with my pajamas on and bare feet How I got there I never knew The entire top of the brick wall hi fr nt of the lawn before my house was blown gff and the front of the house itself was as If driven in by the blow of a grants fist liThe canalboat we found out after Ward had blown upjunderneath a solid bridge that crossed the Tcanal at that point Had It ribt been for that my house and the others near It would hav been utterly knocked to pieces It was fortunate too that there was Hqdthehundreds of persons might have been killed or maimed But the strangest episode connected with tile event concerned the man whose duty It wus to keep watch on the bridge during the night lila name was Peter Knox lie was thirtyseven years old married and had two chll drcn I knew the fellow and had often chatted with him on the bridge The day before the explosion be had arranged with a friend of his to come at 4 oclock and relieve him It was a Saturday and he wanted to take his wife and children a little trip down to Busboy park on the Thames and hE wished to get to his home in est Lon don in time so as to have breakfast and be off early on Suriday morning Well as 4 ocldck drew near Peter so he t4ld me af terward began to feel anxious lest his friend should have forgottt n the appointment He paced up andj down the bridge and looked up the treat but the morning was so dark ai d misty with the rain that be could tee only a short distance A few mutes before 4 he said be noticed a line of canalbbats cOme slow ly dow toward the vhrldirc but paid no spec alI attention ttbeni Just before the first boat passed under lie bridge he stepped oft it though In doing so he was Infringing there ilatlons and sauntered up the street i the direction from which he expect his friend to appear He had gone al out forty yards when the ex plosion took place and when be turned not a b ick of the bridge was left if he had been less Impatient or If his friend ad been more prompt one or both them would never have been seen or heard of again But my own little adventure was Bingula enough As I sald1 was not co scions of having been awakened by the explosion still loss of having got put of bed comO down stairs pehed the front dpor and steppe ou to the sidewalk The shock had kn cked all memory of these acts out of ny head and have never re cotec it But what puzzled me most was the condition of things found when J wcnt lack into the house The hall was a lass of wreckage and the staircase fDpi top to bottom was covered with p eces of broken glass sharp as razors ndso distributed that I found j Imp Ibleton end without a light to sho me wbcre not to tread Nevi irtheless I had come down those ime stairs with my eyes shut or unstring and had never so much as scratched my bare feet The thing was lie possible and yet 1 had done It f had been skeptical about miracles before hat but since then I have been both a believer and an eTWieellst Chicag Itecordrienxld j OSBY WA THERE A Cavklry RegIment Find Him hut Didnt Make a Capture Gen John S tksby the CoIffed erute avalryman used to tell of a comic ncldeut which bnppenedln the Shcnni dodb valley in 1804 Near Mill wood regiment of cavalry halted one night i nil weut Into camp One of the men who was hungry slipped away and cut off In the n lgbbor ood t get BOjSetblug to eat He rode up to a cabin Qn a tariff In the dafk and called for the person Inside to com out A negro woman known at that time ar ah Intelligent contraband opened the door and asked him wbt b WanD ed The soldier wished to Do wared ot his safety before dkwwitin and while eiiUtf t1ls1MifJ ff b tatlwa of tiw wowean it1 iMit hsef witie1e llke replied Ten Mstkf Jp biS- Wkat1 Raid t Ii kI 9 MOflby hireD rtre iaM MiI ll tnd er t n 1tJ 1 Ue paws WNp lgpt theN boIla- I formed cm COlonel tnat albsny was in a ouse not tar away The regiment was soon mounted and went at a fast trot thinking they tad Mosby Inatrap Wren they arrived at the negro wo mans house the colonel ordered his men to surround It to prevent Mosby escape while he went In with a few to take him dead or alive t The woman again came to the door of the cabin The colonel Inquired IsMosby here1 She Innocently replied Yes so he walked In 4fter the colonel got Inside be looked round But the woman seemed to be- aU alone and utterly unconscious of having so Important a person for a guest In a loud voice tire colonel demanded Where l Mosby MEre he answered tbe terrliled ne gress at the same time pointing to a cradle pn the floor The colonel looked Into the cradle and saw jr little African pickaninny sucking Its pawoutbs Companion DEMOCRAT ADVOCATES NEGRO DISFRANCHI EHENT National Committeeirian Atwood Bry ans Close Friend Openly Favorsj Taking Vote From Colored ofI Kansas PIsfranchlsement of as many colored voters as possible Is advocated by John H Atwood Democratic national com mltteman prom Kansas chairman of the speakers bureau of heJem6craUc national committee one of Bryans closest friends aud a man who ItJs said Mr Bryan intends to make atf torney general If he should be elected president Disfranchisement of the colored men of Kansas was advocated by Mr Atwood in the following letter published In the Kansas City Post of Kansas City Kan May 7 1908 t Letter Urging D Disfrancjilsement By one nf those strange Ironies o f fate Which sometimes overtake the benefactors of Individuals peoples or races the state of Evnnsus which has done more perhaps for tfie negro than any other state In the Dulbn Is now suffering a grlevoutpolltlcai wrong froqi the hands of the freedman and lila descendants William A Hurrls would now be governor of Kansas bud it not been fdti the Ignorant negro vote mid there havc Demomiustate ticket had It not been for the ignorant black vote of KansaR CIt Kan LeaVenworth Atchlson Law renceund Topeka There was u tithe when tthe negro vote was cots considerable factor in Kansas polities but that time has passed Tbs Influx Of negroes from the south the rapid multiplication of those dative to Knusas soil and the Increas lag Ins stikice of the negro upon social quality urake the Kansas negro not only a political factor but a social and political menace Atwood Favor Jim Crow Schools o4lf the last election be a criterion the negro now hods the balance ufpo UUcal power In Kausas us he does in Missouri This In itself is bad enough but In Kansas we have suffered for tong years the outrage of mixed schools fastened upon us by the Re publican politician Mixed schools lead the negroes to aspire toa mixed society and this close contacttotthe races is productive of troubles from which Kansas would be free if the negro had less political power and were not admitted to the same schools with th whltesIKansas has long been weary of the negro pOllticTaur aud lt Is more than weary of the mixed school Patience has Its limits and 1 believe that the time has come when the people of Kansas will Join wth the people of Missouri in restricting negro suffrage IJ do not advocat the1 disfranchise meat of the negro Oil tinY ground of his COlor That Idea is abhorrent to the principles of our free government and Its execution would be In conflict with the constitution But our constitution will permit the disfranchisement toe ignorant de prayed lazy vicious and debauched negro and this disfranchisement should be accomplished to the end that our free Institutions may not suffer- Mr Gompera betrays distinct signs of Irritation because nobody thinks it worth while to get out dn Injunction against his speaking his mind to the fullest extent tHe will awaken In November tcb the fact that there Is a rrcat gulf between his partisan mjnd had the strictly economic purposes of tabor unions The Bryan proposition th4t conserv atlve banks should pay toe the failures of speculative banks will not appeal to the thrifty depos- itorPIJEUC SALE OP Personal Property On Wetefla fliitobwr Zit At 1Q oclock ano7 having sold onehalf of my farmI will offer or sale the following stock and farming utensils Three food Mares 3 Mule Colts A good Cows t 4 jood black Calves 2 ows withpif 2 wheat fans 2 pair wa on lear 2 pair lead gear 2 Oliver Chill plowi i 2 doublet shovels 7 1 c 1 eul va tJj 1 A harrow V 5 stacks of hay Jf 1whatdrill 1 com worker 1 ca thook- Eputte trvwo re tr ud tkrtkagi tnsstitiTPt lt kpowri ODtay01i lL 4 Peter Sheian SON cmpelh AUCUOrl- tA t J JfC 5JE = 0 Fi f tL I LADIES l Bl I f i iWhen You buy Kl3itUndetwtt z i the Best the v l I t MERODE I6 1ComfortFit and Finishthey are unsurpat 4dt r I Full line of Union Sits and Prte 1 otj garments in different weights wyj1P r oft hand for Ladies Misses and GhU rIi ren t tU i c We also carry a line of ChaptKnit Under ear for Lathes footi IMiscs ad chllIr1 SPECIAL VALUE in Lt fIISeeOur Ribbed Shirts and Drain efiJ at 25O the Garment They are good wifK fJ good length tape nock crocket Buttons This is a GREAT IIseamsI Comes in i allsizes I get yours brfw J J i ftr O4TCrXHOSIERL is the Best Made We have them in dpffara t i I grades and colors Try a Pair ofourRIB HO6C for Boys and Girls at lOc ISc and 25c 3jr W I fExtra Values t r J r Full line pf Beat Makes inMe sandi I Boys Undferwear on hand f t RobertsollClaybrookc tW j S cOTEIVt i cfIfi tl rrilertloins 13 i + i You can get Ice Crean and Sundaes every day p Freshard rJ i toothsome Cakes and Candies dj fr f 1 lMealsI and Luncher afs l i I a1 mQst any imA kinds rlMi trinks H 11rl 1 7 jFOR oANn NqVE Come and set vcr linel if lt t ti KATIE HERiIEINaadN- i louR FALL LTL- TII LTII fi II- TCKJ 4 now complete and mt f IIIs and elegant line ot 55r1p s it J ii IDry Goods w j t I iiIiii a bigger line than eyer and ari btWr I equipped to show goods i yJ our patrpbs for pat faiiss a IIWethanlc yiwtor to JOOT stor fIGrud Ii = JrrI Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of TM tan- ham deceased are requestedt jtp preseni siuie properly proven vcSmfron or before ovJJ906 and the same Will bersett ed TPI 0 6ryan Adtmi nistrator TI H J nham stotiach IrOabeouinbregKcrl ilYf disappear If the tdea of tread g the pauSe rather ihau the effect itpuT4 come Into prttIce A ti jA inside TiiiWea nerve says Dr Sheep- governs and gives strgniftit Itetk stomach Afrluch iiio jfbe tp tAt Hearty and an tto t KIiny ie thea tlNtdcneryes fzil t 1ti rf1II1 tir Dr- etoeaUch is dleteciipecllcaUy kt eee faltmca WItAI rerlItartlnt11t 1kIt VtIY1e t1- me t patients f41t tey reallsca gain Sold Hf BWT Crow D rstCre lt kt to all sLte was of oitbe ihttliC =lead to JIM 1 CeI- otlite rcApu1oaty tro8b H a- ase8N the cgI aettswitA Ballai Htbopp Aie Maadard ears ot Aas Um m41sfctl lITur Acm MMt pIe 8ttvsl4r all HBH I flthe JIMM Pri 2k 3IIfet bMtIe IOIIt by Wor11Jitrc osbt So j- oias4trcs Dr 8Sorget t a1Jdtt I 1 f Y Ito aAIj chek a hi uur8Te 4duIt evexywhIre a deter 4 D qae 1ab cfl Pre weittPreiotics 1Oe kfeet6r fet rl fr CiWr take Prerentica at the sneeze statsi to bead off all CQld Box of 825 Sold by Redi Cwtt Drugstore 1 Iw r = 7 r cMsNuaa ctHhThoaL MiMS1 e tbe m hb aiybiw Ojjjiiif 3rb 7 Bute iest New Aftta 1 i4 afWros fI3g his tb rM wiTh a atikIfr flbortlt sftr be esihiidIbedd be ws- aM o at Iat night 4 iiIktg Lr kkI7tritk1 ig wi- yo TbSLdSSd WI oooMaHtod in a in UM rtr of bim r MM AIM ths mAJ1 A asssJ few lnlm teR- jtyiU4SN huh dgbtt of pw Set After e Utg bin iHHft be ws tbs wjnb lBto oer toH it when he Nassnbv bw lifciU niece who ISd him wb t WM UK inttt r cWtadtbit hGhMI b Tb cbiPd how tb b4ood Mreirig J JMir wckf tin t hid fr e4 jh oiK naem Hr of ths 3iI Dr J we were hMaIy aa 4 i1 but when tiny arryed V fq h tbi ai ii te bop tor his rtcoVary Dspon Afte op amount of fai1in iMjth fc tfeec ftfeJigned for J asit4iD the eeNew AJ atjpecishLosisvilIeBera1L i c saerery will asiiey etrey the ses 1 li a d coiktsy erage- whoa iyt when iter1 It tiviimgfctbe JMMCHH aar1scs1 Sbmrtfc booM Ter be Med except WtffMCJipttote from rep itbs pfcy M MttefeMfe they wiJIiloi h i4fdNllol good 7 w can fdssibly iilllC from tbfto Halls CaUrrh- CRe t eMfctred by F LCkeaey JTOfci T i t 6 iotttaiM BO wec c y n4 is take iBterually acting po site bos4 asd uucoiis aiN 1 tbiyMt In iiyIng JItt Catarrh Owe be are you get Mp MiBC It U Uke ibteraally MMVMM M Tekai Qhfer bj F J t Chq AC Testlwwisik free sIsbDniust PrIce 7Sc per bi Ts j4fl raiy Pills for eonsti pta i iRMHIaakKiMd Aftrr A Car orf 20Yoars 4 Ii4sis InijBir Jim tiliUBi Titttefttiake which has v W riai4 the favmeta of that portion of Illinois immediately troair thi Wabash river from ICiwx ami Sullivan counties Ind wnl whkjh r eety changed its be4sbfoperttions to this state Ii bessqttd suer a ci rset or tty yasra Eeivas yiooE is s 4LLI5 with alare bor whJcli woo Id have VUled him had not a iarm Hand fcr d tfe shot that brokje the reptiles lick Bim became hung t ry Ad his huager led ttFUs il aih Bswishd to feast on a yoisppras tb4 boirtliwa t WitM dMiir Jobs Basconb anypMyt on the farm of V H1 TJK mp oa in the jouthwe I rtt psrt of SBlUvati coutty Ic1 a coronaolion Hear the ng st st and when ba reached he 1 rIi swtw the boar with its jV hfaatesM l on the anal ea iwwrfl that its fangs could ndf be ir4lL Hhe giant reptile ras thhiiiti body back ward and r forirliriV mMMKiptiniriQ getoa of tife lutchem of its antagonist jut ithshos1l hq on ni1 Basidinb 5 v cottM get alrifte and pat an nd ysits iand the skin rnessuied FtMB tip fo tip it is Iwel ye f t lyijichs and afils wh eat toftit 1kera sad th ee o1sinthes Big Jim iad twpttynlD rattLes Tb wks isc karrn1sS green ka s aid itwiif flew of a ung bea pewitaiBGUB tkrub gwe to aiojs Cesgiuratlve Ifcirttui Ttckilar or dry brscbL eashs k1y a1 sfcly M yield U tkU jiifWy effective Cough j pr icme BirS h op a MjreS MO hers v thattV cae with safety give it to iijr ljiiiaf babeL Nb QpIuH no ckabolute1y nothing harsh r arailnii al It calaw the dlttreJMlng r 4 4 Mt tS hetla the Kirtlttve iem kes Accept e other Dand 1rlpi ldhy Bed CroaDrug C5wp xtv forts se sr wtll kiown r ks teLu C t7A1I kgisd 4ergvOesly t Ipmer 7siirdsqi af cnoo af v o lock4 Tbs o Oo was rhir Is 4ss sqpstsiberto s M Wdiiiv a ka ts IINud iiflJUyT- milssiid Jei INtL- PNertXMo people do not reatW tirt aUto pva1eibc7 tells rder art thc molt cpmmojii dkeattt ttatpre vafil they alrnot the last recbgatzed by aljeatandphy siciaoc wAo cox 2et tAselps vtik AKfennf ike ffectt while the q iNa diN uH undermines the system WlMitjTo Bo There is comfoVt lit the k or le lge M often expressed Uiat Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the jjreat ikulftey remedy folMlls every triskin curing rheiunatfsni ptitin the back kldneys liver bladdec and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water artd sliding jjaiu in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ae cessityof being compelled to go often during the day and to get upniaty ti dk n the night The mild a theexodinaryeCt of SwasepROOt is OIL realized It stands the highest foe its wcMidcrful cures of the most dis treMingcaMS If you need a medicine yos iou1dhEve thl3est S lbdrug iiitsin Afty cent andjohedollar YOR flY have a sample bottle and book that all- aboutitbeksentfree liymait AddressBr JCilwer 8 Co Bine btoe 5NY When are Iecwriting ineation this paper and dost as5ke any mistake but etnener the ise Dr Kilmers SwampRoot aw UM a4drew UiajkaHitoa N Y which were Misses McCboYd Sirab Bottom Paxie Moffett and Lillian Brewer became unman ageable on East Main street and dashed tnadly down the street There was a large number of people on the street at the time and no more tban a dozen efforts were made to stop the frightened animal However they were all uhsuceessful and ths attempts pf the people only tended to fur titer scaie the horse While the runaway passed tbrougu the street Miss McObord exerting efery panicle of her strength swung to the lines and suc ceeded in gjflfding the animal around the many vehicles in the street without touching one Nor was the horse permitted to turn oiit any of the different streets as they were passed The horse Was finally stopped by MiteMcOhord herself near where the old toll gate ws on West Main street almost u wile from where it had started For lunate iy none of the young ladies at tempted to leap from the surrey and other than a very bad scare one was injured The runnp away caused a great deal of ex citement along Main street Lebanoitntor tiri Kbdol i a combnatlonof thexnatur aldigestfv juices and it digests all classes ct food and every kind of food so you tee it will do the work that the stomach itself does The only differ ence between it and the stomach is tke stomach can get out of order and Kodol cannot butXdl can put the stomach into good order Buy Kodol today Itis guaranteed Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store Notice of Election on the Stock Law Frederick town Precinct This day came J TWheatley and twentyfive other voters and citizens of voting precinct No 1 Frederick town Washiiigton County ICy and filed apetitipn praying a submissionS of the question whether or any species thereof shall be permittedito run at large in std voting precinct It Is therefore Ordered that the sheriff of Ttfashlnjrton County and the officers of ejection in said voting1 pre cinct toWbn a poll in said precinct at the net regular election in said precinct cfor the purpose ofascertain ing the will of the voters of said vbiJ ing precinct upoti the question whether or not they wish cattle to run at large in said voting precinct It is further ordered that the Sherifir of Washington County cus not1ce of sam election jto be published in 3 paper published in Washington County Ky in at least fours issues and lor not less than twenty days be fore said election Pursuant to said Order of the Washy ing ton County Court which was made at the July term 1908 of said Wash ington County Pourt I JS Osbounre Sheri fnf W sTiington County Kyf hereby notify the voters of Voting Precinct No 1 Predericktown Wash ington County JKy at the next regu lar November election to ascertain the will of the voters of said voting precinct upon the question whether or not they wish cattle to run at large ia said voting precinct Ji S OSBOURNE Sheriff Washington County A WOMAN JNKRRUPTS POMTICAI SPEAKER A welldresBed woman interrupted a political speaker recently by continu ally coughing If she had taken PoIeysTfon and Tar ii wopld have cured her cough quickly and expelleu the cold Iromher sysfm The gnu- ine Foleya H ne and Iar contain ab opiates and is inayelloiv packag letue substitutes Siolrt by fTaydon Robertson AGENTS One Ken tyre k y laiienrBed 90 00 in one m nihI as was a MHtfltler Are you 3f you are get busy Write ta h D SOirADEN 41Q iacitoB Terminal I3hT Ir41ania LId Oc irIAZEL- puma sores If Ton Vut To Buy a Range That Will stand every teW we have itSTHE OBCAT MAJESTIC I j 11- II I 1I I THE GREAT MAJESTIC Thereis none better at any price thin the Majestic and he price is reasonable We also hptre ciher makes of 4 Stovesand Ranges which we will still at rifestoplieagpV IICooking j for tile OIL celebraed STOVES V Garden Hoes Lawn Mowers I Refrigeratorsf Water Coolers jj QdP Vire mafic a speciality of Plumbing and- Tin Roofin Confcracts SHIILTZ RIEDEL MRn1 ROOSEVELT LAUDS TAFT True Friend of Reform and Fo of Abus3s NAMES HIM POLITICAL IIIR Republican Candidate Stands for Same Policies as Present Adminis tration Can Be Trusted to Qo uatice to Both Capital and Labor A Cham plot of the Right and True Repre tentative of All the People In the rolowluff letter gfPrcHldciit Rooserelt 10 Mr Coiirad Kofars of Motitiua ba tolls why voters should Kiipport WUiam IL Taft at the pollH1 Mr Conrud ICohra of Helena MontJ is an old tltiio Montana cattleman1 and one of the most prominent citizens of Montana He and the president came jitito close relationship more than twcii ity years ago when they were tooth ihenibcs of the Modtaua StocH Grovy erI association the president bdlng at tjat time the representative of the imle Missouri stock growers in the ussocWtlon The iiitftnacy tins beets kept up ever since Mr Kohrs Is one pf the pioneer citizens of the northern Upcky mountain region and one of the num who busS taken a leading part in ItK g niat dovelopinelitS Mr Kohrs Iett r was culled forth h Mi Bryanfi utatement that he Mf Jtrynn was the presidents heir and riiiUiral 8cessurSSagumorelI1l1- Oyster Buy N Y Sept 3 108 My Dear Mr Koljrs I have received your letter about the candidacy of Mr Taft the man vyhd feel In an cspoclal sense the representative of nil that n which 1 most bclfoyo In political life Every good citizen should desire to see both prosperity lnd Justice pro pcrltx and fair and righteous dealing as between man and man obtain lermancntly in this prent rcpuhllo As a people we are justly proud of our buslnesaj industry of our en ergy nod IntlHeenfe In our work and Jt is entirely rl3htthat vfp should ask our selves as to uny given courwa uf conduct Will it bo prpfitailer But it is also po less emphatically true that the bulk or1 our people the plain people who found In Abraham Lincoln their ospeclpl champion and spokesman r rdtKe JstSon In this morally right as evcil moro Impor tant thart the yuttstlonj ia thin pronta bier when pp1ied to glen eours of conduct InJeed In tho lout run our pee pletaro sure to fliuT that hi all doallnRs alike in the bushX and political world what is really proatuIc is that which is morally right Tae last fow years havo Been u great awakcnlnc of the publlbcorx science and the urowtli of u ttcrh deter ruination to do uyAy vith tprruplldn and unfair dealing political economic Hoclal tt is urccntly necessary that th s grunt reform movement should go on hit no reform movement Is healthy If It gnus on by spasms If It is marked Iiy in roils of frenzied advance foilotvcd as mirh pert oda of frenzied advance must ul vays followed by o Ually violent ixtriodx of re action The rnVDlutlonary and tone tlonary really play Into oho nnothcrH hands tj the extent that each j his ox ceusest necessarily tcndH ttf arot so such dlsgusUj such a feeling of revolt in thb minds Of quiet pooplu aii tempo arlly to restore the other to power T jiptU diidltii of tur phli nf fairs fitl ulturnutuly Jnlo the liaudn of rcvohiltiirarlcH uiu renitionerlus of the cxtnniu mdlculs qf Unrest and of tho big- oid conservatives who recognize no wrongs to remedy would merely meon lint the natlon liful embarked on u fcv r colirso of violent oscillation which would be fraught with great temporary trouhto and wOuld produce no odcijuali1 good In the end Tin true friend of re form tim true Too of uliusna la the man who steadily pcrscvor In righting wrongs in warring against abuses bjit whose character and training are such that ho never promlsuH what ho i xnrtot perform thatho ulniiyM2illtl more than makes good what ho does promise anti that while steadily advancing he neVtr permits himself la bo into foolish ex ceases which wodld damagu this very caus ho champions In Mr Tuftt i hutfc n man who combines all of the b qualjtfc to u degree which tin uiher luuti io our publlq life since the civil war hnaf sur passed Tq u flhrnlpghfilrcd of InjilsJtofj to a scorn of all that is Iniiyjand racfin to a hearty sympathy with opresed lw unltiui entire dlislntir iedu6ssJ coh niCv both inonit and izshtL4f Jfip vcry hteh est type pad a Ulndlygwitroslty of nature feljfriends nawrothers tfmt their jntcrcsln lire his and Viut Ul his nrent qiutiltics are to he went Vlth lavish frcodbin hi their service The onei4 t man Vf5Jn5JIaSS tin honest and llrwVbldlnff hu lHesanirth an fi cl safe in his hundH Ixjcause of the very Tact that thq dishonest man of great VcalUi tho sean who vlndles or rjlbsj his fcllows jNOuid not Kdfiuich us dariHo de jcn B3vf1l dohigjn Mr Taffa presence TJiS Ipwwit wajcwgjjcer the honeft Tjarintt tho giggt farmer hon1 nlclnmiu jimattacr otnk OftuaI means can fccltSnt In n peculiar Mtt Kr Taft jytUbe his renrcspnlit 9M nuiiuA of the very Wet that htf htaStjvjyra Si r iiimiasutrjin Ins as 4 1 4p w h Itzsr toat Wul front threat oC pcrsoaal violence frorn a mob with the unauaHng and lofty Inil t ference lth which he would front tIle bitter angef of the wealthiest nod mart powerful corporations Broad tttoiigh Is sympatfiies are there is in him not elightost tinge of weaUncifs No consfldt ri atlon of persohaf intoreati any more th in of trOt for his persona safety could ma tei hIm werve a hairs breadth from t fe course which he ri tirda us right and the interest of fltc whole people I have naturally a peculiar Intirrest in the Success of Mr Taft und In ie l5g him backed by a majority In both hmiHusof Congress which will heartily support his policies For the last ton years whilo have been governor of New York rfnJ president I have been thrown Into th closest intimacy with him and he anti t have on very essential point stood In heartiest agreement phouldcr to shoulder 5Vo have the same vlcvs as tp what IfvUc mandcd by the national Interest and honor both within our own borders and as regards the rruons of this nation with Other nation There Is no fight for de cency and fii dealing which I have wnKed ln wliH huvo not llad his heart lest and not rTectlve sympathy and sup port nnd tU Ir7lctt for which I stanij are hits poll MUS much asinine iLls not ivMjble In the space of thU letter to ilfct ts all the many and Infi witrtp peal Let him be Weed by what h has hiipself done and hy what the admin Istratldn In which he has played so con KplcuoUif a part hIts done Rut tp llltis trote just what his attitude Is let itn touch On two mutters now prominent in tie public mind Mr Taft can bo trusted to exact JuRtlcir from the railroads for the very reason that ho can be trusted to do justice to th railroads The railroads are the thIef In BtrurncntM of interstate commerce In thn country anti they can neither be held to a proper accountability on the one hand nor glvfcii proper protection on the other save by the affirmative action of the teds era government The law ax laid down by thu federal courts clearly shows that the states have not and cannot dovlw lawV adequate to mefct the pcobldms cnun cdby the great growth of the rallroadu doing on Interstate commerce buslnewi fr more than fourflftha of the businesS of tn r llroads is interstate and under the to titutioti of the United States only tile federal government cart exercise con trol thereover Jt is absolutely miccsHury t that this control should be affirmative and thoroughgoing All interstate business carried on by the great corporations should In the Interest of the whole people he far mote clopoly supervised thart at present by the natloiial government but thlsls especially true of tile railroads which cannot exst at nil save by the exercl eof powers granted thorn on behalf of the people and which therefore should bo hold to a peculiar ac countabiltty to tho people It in In the In tcreat jofjthe people that they tie ild not be permitted to do Injustice anti In no less to the Intnrest of the people thrtt they should not suffer InJuitlCQ Their prime pUrposr isto carry the commodities of the fdrrivors and the business mei They could nbt lie built snvc fpr the money fotitrjb uted to them by their shHroHnldcrs They could not bo run ut nil mve for ttttl mom paid out In wnseslo tim ral road ersjhsj J rdInioiuali ftn P nol for Uio employment by them of setne rruuilorfnlgilldlnc lnUIIR n wh Utor of oij i mitti or of a group of mjhn Thorft are- therefore wftvnrnl w ts of It tenants to tx nrtlitcr K w must recolvo proper con sideration anil when any ono of thpm Bftinthly OomnftilH CxrUMlve consWcmtJon thp ilomnnd hiust bo rcfuHod Along wr lain hans nil of tbc e groups have the samn Intoriiritk It Is to interest of shipper farmer w0ga worlter buHlnfWf man Jionnut shareholder and honoijt man ng r alike thr t there should bo economy honesty IntclllRcnco and fair treatment of all To put an rffootlvo stop to stock wa Icrlns would jb v n benefit to everybody nxccpt tlm nwlndlcrs wjj f profit by stock watoHns It would Jmnoflt thc hpnasl sharebaiQ r becawtn honctttth5ttrtinnwt wafcl1 not bulirought Into competition with mere piper It would bcnolll the wagcworkpr when the money earned dors not have to go jo paying terostbn vratHrf npllnl morn of It is left oiit of which lo pay wqges Jt would benefit tInt shipper Itcpaune when only honqRt lnckholdorH hav lo lo paid Inter est itfp nr cl not liriproporly raised It wothl Imneflt lie pubic ieaswte Jhcr wouitl ln Mtnple thonny with whlah to give clilcicnt nervine Similarly the prevention favoritism an among shippers noot damw lo any ono wlio Is honest and eon terM Kna fiooil IlsOrt the pmullor JmHln ss nan rul ills finnor whom it rollovoM o oppression t Again such Kiiiiervlslon o acco tints and inatttgrtiitt t5 will prnvortt rrookodneaa lIsrtsnn tr ts FOLEYST HONEY TAR Tiis original IAXATIVE GQoh renied For coughs colds throat and lungr troubles No opiates Nonalcoholic Good fur everybody Sold everywhere Th genuine rpLEY5 HONEY and TAR is Ik YIUowpackage RefussubtitueL- Prepared only by foley I Company Chicago W a yesis rv fTHE ATAI SSOHS IN BY 1SUnrt1lt rTtcrefore everything that can bo done along alt these lines should bh done anJ no mans legitimate IntoraaUwouId thereby behurt But after this point has been reachedIgreat tare must be exerciSed not Injustice to one class In the effort to show favojr to another class had each ceive an ample return on their Invest menUs or the railroads cannot be buift and successfully maintained and the rates to shippers and the wages to ployees front the highest to the lowesU must till be conditioned upon this fact On the other hand In a public service Corporation we hrtve no right to allow such excessive profits as will necessitate rates being unduly high and Wages un duly low Again while In all proper wayr rates must be kept low we must always remember that we have no right and no justification to reduce them when the re suit Is the reduction of the wages of the great army of railroad men A fair work ing arrangement must be devIsed accord Ing to the needs of the seVeral cases so paid to those whose masterful ability ir required for the successful direction of great enterprises Combinations which favor oufch an equltabla arrangement chould themselves be favored and not forbidden by law although they should be strictly supervised by the government through the Interstate commerce commis glen which should have the power of passing summarily upon not only the question of the reduction but the raising of rates This railroad problem is Itself tine of the phases of one gf the greatest and- most Intricate problems of par clviliza tlon For Its proper solution we need not merely honesty and courage but judg ment good sense anti entire fair minded ness Demagogy In such a matter is ascertain to wock evil as corruption Itself The man who promises to raise the wages of railroad employees to the highest point and at the same time to reduce rates o and if the effort to perform U were at tempted disaster would result to both shipper and wageworkcr and ruinjto the Business interests of the country The manrto trust In such n matter as this Is the man who like Judge Taftt does not promise too much but who could not bo swayed from the path of duty by any argunient by any consideration who will wage relentless war on the successfu wrongdoer aniong railroad men as amon all other men who will do nfl that can be done to secure legitimately low rates to Shippers and absolute evenness among the rates tItus secured but who will nei her promise nor attempt to secure rates low that the wage earner would lose hits earnings and the shareholder whose money built the road his profits fle wilt iot favor a ruinous experiment like- government ownership of railways Ho wlll stand against any kind of ccmflsca lion of honestly acquired property but Jtowiilwork effectively for the most nt llclcnt type of government supervision and control of railways so as to secure just and fair treatment of the people usl awhoie What Is here said as to his UUHudjo on the railway question applies to the whol question of thetrusts Hewill promise- no Ip ing on this subject unless he firmly believes Ito can make his promise good i He will go Into no chimerical mm ment to destroy all grcat buglnesa combinations fortlhis can only be done by destroying nil modern business hot he will ifl pate tlcal fashjon do everything passible se cure such efficient control oh behalf of the people as a whole over those great combination as will deprive them of tho power to work evil Mr Tnfts dcclsilon In the Afldyntone pipe line cTtsc w4ile on the bench Is proof by deed not by words of the farsighted wisdom With which servuw the interests of the whole pcoplo ev in when those of the most powerful corporations nro hostile thereto tanother whioqe zuppoit foi mice right to ctmllonKc on bebnlfof Secretary Taft It is tire hotly of Vaxewrkers of the country A stanoH r friend u fairer land truer roproi ntatlve they cannot rfintl within the borders of the UrUtod anr1 Ihierttforc can be Irusied by ahlrncn During the ten YitliiH of my Intimate nc liualnlancc with him Since huvjrhiy lf jut governor and prdkidsnt een obliapd to dual prnbtlcally with labor problems he flms iMon ono of lh men upon whoso judgment mid iiM could always rely Indo lag everything powtlblc for the cause of the wageworkec of the man who works with his handif or wiUi both hands and head Mr Taft has btcn attacked because of the Injunctions he Delivered while on the bench art contnnt tp rest his case on these very mjuriatlons I maintain that they show WhY jill our people ahouW ba grateful to him and should foci It nnfe to jntrust their dedreat Interests to hltn Most assuredly he never has yielded und never will yieldS to threat or pressure of any sort as little If U comes from labor as If It comes from capital JIe will no more tolorate the violcno of a mob than the ebrntjnton oppression and arrogance of n corporation orb a wealthy man Ho Will not consent to limit the power of the courts td put a stop jo wrongdoing whom ever found This very fart should malts the labor people feet a perullar confidence In him lie has incurred thin hitter hoatll fly of foolish und bigoted reactionaries by his frank crltlrlHmOf the abuse of the power of injunction in labor disputes ansi ho Is pledce V to do nil ho can to put stop lo the nrufcofl In the exnnclso of the power oWiijunculon He wjll never prom Iso anything that hp will nOt the oil in lila power to pcfformJ Ho can always lie trusted to do a4lttlc hotter than his word and the fact that before election he will not promise the Impossible is In itself u guaranty thrft after election all that Is possible will he done Ills record a Judge makes the whole country his tlelilor Ills actions and de cision ivftre part of the great traditions of the bench They guaranteed and Oct forth ht striking fashIon tho rights of the gen eral public as against the selfish interests of any class wholher of capltailst3 oit or laborers TIjy set fbrUi and stand by the rights of the wngoworkers to organize and to strike as unonulvocally ait jhr y set j foith anti stand by the doctrine that no conduct will he tolerated that would spoils destruction to the nation an ajyholo A for the attack ttjftm his injunctions in la bor disputes maUo While hf was on the bench I nsk that the Injgnctlons bo care fully examined 1 ask tfcal fcir ry jtspon sjble and fafr minded laJjortadork every responsible anti fair inlmlcd mTbcr of a labor organization road those Injunctions for nimsclf rH he wllljilQ so instead of condemning them he will heartily approve of them ani will r cossizo this further astonishing Vact that ihfr prlpclplos laid down by Judge Tafl In those very Injuhc UanBj which borlnif poojiJc nm asked to condemn arc thonjsclves the vqcy prlnci pics which are now omfjqdjod ilif laws oc practices of caisryjtSporiaJWc lubor or- naiiixatfon Kpr sponilble ifaztealri Kwoud now hosltiite trt eOiiwSisuOi rgaiiit tvMeh tudge 1Wtirjtsiin roaawre nicisr prim iei- li 1lterco wiiy ift l I- iaatt aitir3 I I J JSWomens troubles very often occur regularly at it Certain time every month Be cause Ms may have been so all i xntjntjjManyfromdueto tojrouf e1h or aieHonderfully successful medicine for women iWifle of Cardui 44 Mrs loia Forte rf Toledo IlUwrltes I 1sthkenpain have gained 2 pouDdi wSWRITE US A LETTER 11151110f CAJ4DE ceqpy filE 6OUrTh14-qr COJ5RCML BIMNCHES INCLUDING 7ELE9JPh7Aw7Au6vi kEAIIIIFIIL flOOXKEEPING NA1LGRADU1TES SECURE 1OWAbDRESs BOWLfN GREENBUSINESS UNWERSITV Boaijje oTtIts eachlieproperlylarge neth thanI iowIisI ur ior rraguworKers toT vinpioyrrr tor the general public for they rest on th prfnclplcs of fair Jealing for nil of tvc handed Justco for all They mark file ledge who vanieYd them aa standing for nsIto ijie mob or the nrIning tool of greni corrupt anl cprruptlng corporations J jduo Taft on thn bench as since In the Phlllpplncs rannma In Cuba In the war departmit werd himself ta bo a wise a Marions arid an upright servant pt the vhof people whose services to the whole poe ri btynnit all price MOITT over let sli good citizens remember that hf rsnsJvsl these services not when Wa easy to to but when lawless via lene viit tiireatenod when malice do mestic sal cl1 vsinturba nco threatens nn4rofonly the hlchcat tytul of moral couragn but of physical cwimgis us well for Itht life waJt friy ml yfoJoftUy thruittoricd Let all fair minded men wageworker and capitalists aliRft cOnsider yet an other fact In oe of his decisions upo the bench Judge Taft upheld in th strongest fashion and for the first time gave Lull vitality in the principle ot the femploy ys liability fr Injuries done worknKin This win re atf national JudgeTaftsi ztgitihstdnyattltuddrove him taK a position whjph wnr byshortsightedcnptItalfahi was so far In pJiwihrc ofUit llnu that It was not generally uphold by the state courts but which Jtronojv embodying In the of tho land Judge Tuft a leather a pl tntrr vliriu on the btinrh In tin offornto P5lca fur the wag worker In jqikso rijjjn tilp of j rlfehts ansi cit5IiimIg 4 und farsighted la c4ditthatagansttlie abuses fif krsr juzstrp fearlessly stow tct the itbsosst 0- 1capital ifCi4Iil Shsassgowp th deeds that he uWC t pi rtf iiii class butt r t1ii frepe as vhoit Ut can be trvsKSil tir xfarwl ktoutly agates the two rcs Jaflernssst an tm9rtey against the mnvv tp pleatc out cfaa would undertnhxc ia Krol fbunduikin br orderly Pbcr y tturt rgalact jit sl1th w In 4he Irercst of t noiier class neutd so cre buslntrs pr1lyty lby xiCriUeuc podftfoiv cheat piori In cvery Properi wa the Interests of the wag werk r foe I cegpril the wagv worker excepting only the farmoij the tlllur of thp oftas tlw Man whose wiri being is mcat eswirttel to the IfeeMlir growth of the great ratlonv I wnuM for no consideration a JviK6 the wsgewrktr to do wiMt i thought was acaffist liis In tcrVflt i ask hW wt for Mr Tafi e5xilotiy da ftSkstetInIIrert farsigliilcd nud right tKinlliifT Amertcri citizen lojfHtfe lwleve with nil my hieartthat ntvhor within tho liorders of our great country cutifh rf fomnl rn other man xvho wilt us vlellantly en fit flclehtly ms Mr Tuft support lre rlpthUr of this worMp imn ut lie tvlll the rishts of every man who in goesi fith srlv to dOkliis duty as 0 American Citizen He will ppol ci the just rights f M frich tins por and lif will war rho- loKBly agkliMt lUwlessness and Injustice rropartyfarofOn tile bench JudftRTHft showed his two qualities which make a great JMlg wisdom and moral courage Thdy arcl also the two qualities which make a greatpresident Sincerely youra TJIEODQRB ROOSEVELT Mr Conrad Kohra Helena Mont IlieI an old silver coin He sold it for a couple of jifwucs to a denier who Uls drorctl tbat It was an Abaciicnum a joIu beloii Inr to the ancient toWn pf lie Slcull called Abaeaeunm situated herwccu Messina autl rudarls alitt that It was the only eXlStlligspeclfliP of the Jilini whfch r to tbe preset hail Lcz COflhltttP uknewu So tar as bonoVarjir degree are coo cerned Jfr Bryau h ti doctor of llws Pleasured hy his profusion and prac tlcp be is sliipjy ft weuldbe tinker of Etatutca An Additional Precaution iJookerT Washington at n dirinrt In Clevelaml during the National IStlucn tlonal aTsoclqtloua coi vcntiou was complimented by a clergynian on his eloquence Mr WasHilugtouIu reply told astdrj ot a southern minister who could nor havebeeu very eloquent One SunOay morwlBg lie saidj lu the midst of tint ministers orjtiiou a head poked Itself through the door qi Uio vestry nail n tow nnd tremulous voice salttl I a 5arRon tlie church Is on v tire Vorjvweil riratiMer Sprltgia31 the PerjntIoiilV 4 blnston Star ffj This is the trademark el ScottYEmuIsion andison everybottle of itsold in the world which amounts to several millions yearlyv WftyBecause it bas made so many sickll3 children strong and swell given health and toy cheeks torso many pale anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of ConsumptiOn Seatl this advertisement toveiher wttk same of paper im which it appears year address afcd fotir data to coyer postage aadjw triQeed yes of tlicWortd 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ea a suffi6 lent amount of food regularly But this food mus ba digested jaid itmust bedlgest dthorbughly When the stomach canlt do it youlnust take something that rill herp the stomach Tlie proper way to do is tea vhat you want and lelrKodol gesCthe food v KoLfiing else cn do this Yha- ntle stomach nx ak lUKeeds Ijelp- jycumustjhelp it by g1vIn4 rest 5tt1 l tit dbtha 9 c v G to yos driI dpuIeak4ltUetIicanhostlyaay tMt yss recgye j beo1t frQm using the ntlk butt t1i47 gist Uiyithout qiierffea or tfalay TTeirtll pay th of the ottlpUts tyTiii er ip i to bQtts osly a to bit fe ft faaitly We esWiioisudbss- N oei ie we Ttwcnil4 Jme s at rnNrA niucb as th t ittheI iEXNGTON = JRtT i II- OOT6T016 I- Th Gmtett in tot oJ- 75aOOO21 TUli6ThJic 4T= 1 S TAMSL41A5LSI clPrrAS I GT FA 001 9 GT FctFsAUAC LJUjOt 15 cAi TROT i Oct 7 er pu- ysisrs Prfa Bend pf Amwica IN DA1LY QONCERTS5 ONE FARE ON RAILROADS a c