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Ttidge c uwrY cOURt fourth t JbuatyC irt meets on the i c oadsiy in ecp mouth J Iirib1YJ Judge 4 f Booker CountvClerksjyii Mayes county Attorney George Catlett Jailer tS1neyr SaBi Anderaoa illck Ishara iirbertEddIefl2aU Ei Masters t IIFII t l Jaisesiobre Counfy Surveyor CP OBryan Assessor t WT Xitcbel1 Deputy Robert Ko Treasurer j j NogtgoeryOOOer 54cA W 1IS1I Buptbt jCoaUBpn Iii k Pb SpclBKael t t tICITY COURT tSJseiiRNOCPOUCC JUdgc I grqli 1t GracelVarslial iFGr sbl Cy JtdrnCy 1 l fj5Y jUsTICQUTj j iSjtUtlc Courts art held In January Itii31AprilJ i and Ootoor gGhutChDITCCt0tY- lif V METHODIST vCHUC 4 dlcTGW 1iyOi Pastor Ser t 4ies oktke Firtt Jd Third Sundays ictmp th1t 11 11IJ and Op m 1smaaySchoolcvOry SutidayatlOam- Prayer Meeting every Wednesday 4iEIIt vcTHoL1c CHURCH i z5Rey PX Seilne 8ai ifPastpr Ser- IrlceI iierT Sunday at 8 and 10 oCiojk- rm I Services at St Rose same hours J it Y PRESBYTERIAN CHURC B ff tev B E C tjawlon Pastg everY Sunday at 11 am rhInM at1pSnnday school every i1J1IJJday t 10 am Fifcy i Ii ectin L TeryThmr daJT eYenitg at 7 oclock 4f BAPTIST CHURCH 4Rev mB1rl WUliarnb Pastor1 Preaching evev Sunday at IT am afaar JM5 pm Sunday School every f SaQtiayat9 q am Prayer meeting every Tasadat eveuinir at 745 o clOck t H ScSr OHItISTIAN CHURCH 5Rev w P Jtog rSJPatot Ser- vicesilrstil andfoziith Sunday Sunday t byiLool UOam 4I = c5FratriuiJUrderHpH t ASOKICLrODGE Springfield lodge fo SO meets put and thild facH month fiM Wihiast6nRA Chapter cets every second Tuesday MOdaYJ firisgilld Council iioi2 terv teurthMondaff r iCWGBir of TlricM ACAMKS Meet tj t 5d l fJ i ccbnc tieirt Srength JiiKnNfth orHatrt We taws mean Nerr M irrT Wealmc nothing mofc Pos ItMit f9tVV III ftod mOt have more power more eMAitn wote controlling t morsr gaverniat ss rwnhout that tim Jleurt must onUnuo 1MRom ch mLki eJa1t have 10Ii OIHncnelftl elisric xIn5 1f1li U a 3medlelne Dr s 5eetye liIIWJiihJia dos so much 11 wnflssets Dr 5boor sought- Ittfnc docat thbEtcy wa lay aroag 1kasIong dle Shoops torativeSTEI v r J i 7HE5 t N13 lI NOTES ANl GGfMMENTSi I I Spare Leaves Not arfioutid the old lleaves uitet JrAIth yswldandswoop andflutter Frqnt the branches Io theJgUtter FrornthIg1ory to tbeirsQamei i j theylie before their fellowILeaves have donned their red and yellow Ere the autumns fashions mellow Into flame Yet Ic tchthy sPitit trying q To interprettheir replying To the sympathetic sighing J Of the breezes from the West ccWe have garnished Londons leanness With a tiny spot of greenness Dcanlnessr With Gods best So these leaves of nightly musing For a stem my heart are using Till they fall to meet the bruising- Of the traffic rushing by Yet perchancetheir shadows waving Oen the heartless cit paving Yield the hope somesoul iscravingI I Erethey sue AW h6IDemocratq he Eleventh Judicial Di trlctJ met at Lebanon last weekand sspedacall for a primary elec tion to be held in thecounties of rcWashington Marion Taylor ahd Greea for the purpose otj electing Democratic candidates fbr the offices of Circuit Judge and Commonwealths Attorney to be voted for at the general election November 1909 The date ilfbr hoding the primary as fix dJo Saturday Decem ber 19 1908 The call provides hat All known and recognized Democrats who voted for Bryan and Kern atthe November elec ton 1908 and all Democratic youths who will become lpga voters at tbe November election 1909 and all known and recognized Democrats who were un avoidably prevented from voting Iltthe general November elec tion in 108 shall be entitled to yote at this primary For the purpose of defraying the ex penses of said primary it assess led the candidates for rcqhj judge 600 and for Commonwealths Attorney 400 these assessments to he paid to Chair man Wm M Spalding at least fifteen days before the primary election Judgel H Thurman Messrs iIJ Cooper and R L Durham appeared before the committee and expressed their wishes in regara to the calling ot the primary Mr Durham bas already announced himself in a Lebancn papar as a candi date for reelection to the office iiL Com pa onweallhx Attorney while it is cnsidered practically certain that Judge Thurmah will offer for reelection as circpit jjudge Mr Cooper it is said will also more than likely offer himself sa candidate for the Judgeship w 4 MALL POWTlGSirWenotce that some of the Democratic orators who are matting cam paign peeches throughout the country are attacking Judge Taft the Republican riominet lor President on account of his re ligious belief Judge Taft ttsa member of the UmtarlanChurchj which islecog as thej regular Christian denominations Besides that JudgeTaft statd above reproach as a high mindedi God fearing believing Christian gentleman who lives a life as such Be has the commendation and endorsement many of th61 leading ministers of the Gospel1 throughout the land and no sliwr has ever been cst against his character aseman and Chris tian The nearest attempt in that line and we think it had little effect was in the speech off Hon John K lend irkat the Court House in SpringfieldI one jay last week Mr Hendyick j will be remembered as the man who maae or rather started in Goy JBeckhainace against for the Djemocittic nomination for Oo ernor in 1904 Hen ricks made a speech at this place andl was making what Appeared to be ik winning race gickn to1thithdf ewfromr tte cbneMrSndrickin his speech h Wrek underfI kto critlcicjj w l Judge Tafts religious belief and the creed of the Unitarian church What naade the attack disgusting were the remarks with which Mr Hendricks pie faced his abuse of Jtjdge Taft and his reiigioni Hesaid lam not a pru5ssin Christian 1 dont make any pr tn ions to being one and have never con nected myJself with any church dontkhow wTSy My mother taugnt me topray and when she died my training in religion was commued ymy grandmothbr and an aunt Nol ueverjoined- anychurch and I dont know why unlessit is thatl never felt like Iw sro d enough This is indeed a sad and unique con fession to come from an old manJ who has long ago passed the meridian oL life and who should spend the restvof his few days in ting to be good enousihV to make his peace with his God iinstead of going over the country criticising a man for his religious belief when he according to his own confession has no religion at all Mr flen drick should remernberhe once aspired to the higli office ot governor of the State of Kea rucky and later was the Demo cratic nominee for Attorney General of the state und yet this self appointed critic Of a great mans religion admitsihat be is not good enough to belong tony church Is he good enough tc pass judgment on others We think uotJ IF IOl1Tfor the people of SpriiigSeld that the town is blessed with such finej water works system Just at this time when other towns throughout Kentucky are suffering the inconvenience and distress occasioned by the prolonged drouth the town is fortunate indetd which can boast of an abundance ogcod pure water such as r pnngfi id affords tljrough Its Wdtert Vutks system Had A Close Call Mrs Ada L Groom the widely known proprietor of the Groom dotel Vaughn Miss saysuFor several months I suffered with a soverecongh and consumption seemed to have its grip on me when a friend recdmmen dec Dr Kings New Discovery I be gan taking it and threc bottles affect ed a complete cure The fame of this life saving cough and cold reme dy and iiinc abC throat healer s world wide Sold at Haydon Robert sons drug store 50c and 61 iTrlal bottle free PUBLIC SALE At my farm three miles south west of Springfield at Cecilsville I v ill on 7 f FRIDAY OCT 30th beginning atj 1 oclock P M offer for sale the following 2 good mares 1 work mule 1 mare mule colt f J A 4 yearCldharnesshore1 2 milk C8WS 2 steer calves l Five Head of Registered Black Polled Cattlel i d consisting of j ayearlingbull i s aye r1ing heifer 3ows4to 6 years old 2 of them due to have calves i 72 bales of hay lr6tcksofhayj2Q corn a set of blacksmith tools farnuOInrlplements j L2 double shovel plows a single shovel plow 25breakingplowsS 1 harrow + la corn sheller j A Lot of Householdl nd Kitchen Furniture TE MSrvill be announced at theBale JLtIIL Mudd t t TheState Fair Finances Prom the report given out by Secretary JW Newman we Jearnthat after paying all expenses the Kentucky State Fair this year will clear over 14o50r The report shows that there were 7350 entries of exhibits and that the total attendance for the six days aggregated 103000 Tbe largest single days attendance Was oil Thursday when accord lug to tile record there were 28 503 poplepassed throuph tfie gaes As directed by the law j the 140110 surpjus will bp used for fun her permanent equip nint of the grounds Marred Man in Trouble A married man who permits any member of the family to take any thing except Fpleys Hon yand Tar forcoughs colds and lungtrouble is guIlt of neglect Nothing else is as good tar all pulmonary troubles The genuine Foley Honey and Tar con tans no 9pia san 1lgj jin a yellow package I Sold by Haydon Robertson Dreaded Anthrax A report comes from Shelby county that the dread disease anthfax has made iits appearance in that county During the la tpr part of SCptember a cow and horse died both exhibiting symptoms of anthrax Postmortem examinations seemed to confirm the suspicion that thp animas had died of this much dreaded disease As anthrax is regarded as most virulent attacking both man and beast the matter has been reported to the health athoriLies and the medi catlofficers of county State and National government have taken charge of the situation arid steps are being taken to avoid any possibility pf the disease spreading Fa mers Home Jour 0 nat slightly Colder With Snow When you see that kind of a waath er forecast you know that Rhematism weather ih at handl GetVeady fOr ItIi now bY getting a bottle of Ballards Snow Liniment Finest thing made for rheumatism chilblains frost bite sore and stiff joints aacrmusclea all achts and pains 25c 5Oc and eioo a bottle Sold by thejRed Cross Drug Store 67000000 Pounds i Chairman TKyte disiributed 12 i 000 llast Tuesday and Wednesday to the tobaccO growers This was a partial paymelnt oh the 1906 crop This tdistributnn represents something over one cent a pound and Jgives the growers about 6 ceritsfor the old crop to date There are still 152 hogsheads of the 1906 tobac co in Louis villp nearly all of which are above 18 cents pound and when this is sold and the re serve fund distributed the JocalJ growers will receive about 35 000 more Tbreare orders at Winchester for 67000006 pounds of the new crop at Equity prices and the State BoarcL fee1scontl dent that the buyers will take the remnant of the old crop in rde1to get the new Every tnirg points toa speedy sale of the pooled tobacco and many of the best informed tobacco men in thb state prpdfct that both crops willbe sold bv January 1009Parrodsurg Herald A WOMAN INTERRUPTS POLITIC SPEAKER A well dressed woman interrupted a political speaker recently by Continu ally cougbng Ifsbeha4 taken FoleYs Honey and Tar it would have curedher cough quickly and epelit the cold from her system The gpnu ine olfeys Honey and Tar cpntains no opiates and is in a yeJlowoack gei Refuse substitutes Sold by Haydon Robertson SALES AGENTS WAITED 36 per week or 460 per cent profit AH samples stationery ar l art catalogue free WewltJoDe permanent og6nt in this locality ior thelarbepJctureai frame house in America Experience unnecessary We instruct you how to sell oar oods apd fur nish the capital If you want a permanent nonciraple and profit able position white us today for particulars catalogue and samples Franldw Williams Co 1214 W Taylor Sti Chicago III Folevs Hodey aid Tar cures coughs quickly strengtheas the lungs and ex pells package colds Get ttieffennineJna yellow Sold by Haydotii Robettsori WELL KNOWNHERE- Something About Rev Har vex MurdochandHisWorkj in the Mountains of Eastern Kentucky A vvoluntary transition from- thepu1pitafashionable Bt okI lyn church to the heart t f th9 Kentucky mountains is something decidedly out of the ordi1 nary Such however according to Rev M V P Yeaman io the qourse of an announcement made lip his cong egatioh last Sunday Imbrnmjf is the unique irecord of his young friend the Rev Harley Murdoch who is to preach in Mr Teamans church next Sabbath morning and evening While ccpastor of a large Brook Iyn congregation four years ago Mr Murdoob became interested in accounts of the spiritual destitution of the Kentucky moun taineerrand resigning his posii tion in the East offered his services to the Home Mission Board ofhis denomination fle has had amarvelous success inhIs mountain work Iud being a bril liant speaker will not fail to in wrest and instruct his hearers in his graphic accounts of places and characters made famous by such authors as James Lane Allen and John Fox Mr Mur dffch is nota traveling eange list blt jis the regular pastor of a little mountain congregation He comes to Harrodsburg by special invitation of Mr Yearaan and will be Heard in the Assem bly Presbyterian church next eveninpHarrodsbu Rev Murdoch is known in Springfield by hs being the hus band of a former Springfield gi Miss Louise Saunders that was a rta ghter of Dr Miles Saun tiers for years pastor of the Springfield Presbyterian Church Mrs Murdoch is a valuable as sistant to her husbanJ in his work Dr Saunders also spends as much time as his health will permit in thismountain work Served as coffee the new coffee substitute known to grocers every where as Dr Shoops Health Coffee will trick even a coffee expert Not a grain ofrealcttfeel in it either Pure healthful toasted grains malt nuts etc have been so cleverly blended as to give a w6nderfully sat isfying coffee taste and flavor And it li male in a minute tool No tedious 20 to 80 minutes boiling Test it and see Dr Shoop created Health Cofiee that the people might have a genuine coffee substitute and one that would be thoroughly satisfying in every possible1 respect Sold by Mc Elroy Shader Tit for Tat Mr John CaldweU a typp- grpphicalartistof the old school and who has toured the country as 01 lie JamesAould say from the orange groves of Florida to the waving wheatfields of the Northwest frqm the nodding pints beyond the Allegbanies across the Rockies to the slope by the peaceful sea blew into Danville the other day butiis now sojourning m the noted prohibition town of Lawrence burg In a shot t communication oa friend iu Danville John is moved to use the following Jan guage Please find enclosed a one dollar note in liquidation of the loan kindly made me by you recently tam enjoying myself io he capital of good old Ander son county where the nectar flows interrupted from hillside and glade For a man who has any weakness for genuine booze this place is a peach The pnly objection L can wake to the booze 4s its incentive for alms giving otherwise Ian doing wellt Yours till we meet again John his X mark Oaldwell1 There are no flies on John to use vulgar parlance but which conveys a world of meaning He iis known to be the soul of honor and a better friend to vervbody else than nfmself lanyille Advocate IsSkakiN U l may all be very welt so far ag the trusts are concerned but notwhen it comes to chills and fever aud malaria Quit the quinine and take a real cure taraIfuldrugaJt it do snt cure you get youroney ack Sold by Hei cross Drug Stori NIzT3IIrAbes SuiiirsM Ii1- 1i O Conscience Fund A dispatch from Washington says that after having drawn aI pension to which he was not erl medyeteranoftheCivil the United States government totiJeeverI fulilI pasian Warner related this re markable case of sricken con science to President Roosevelt last Saturday but refused to di vulge the namelnot even dis closing it to tErn Tlnited States Treasurer in whose hands the money was placed Upon receipt Recently of the pensioners certificate accompanied by two 500 coupon bonds cf the United States Treasurer a draft f r172 andjin explanatory letter sating that the writer had lpn been drawing a pension for which he had no equitible claim and wished to make full restitution thefCoumi5ssionerr examined the records of the case The record wa4 all igohtsQa special exi amioer waif seritoutonthe theory that the pensioner might be mentally irresponsible The man was found to be in excellent healthandi sound miqd WANTEPSUCCESS MAGAZINE requires the services of a man in Springfield to look after expiring subscriptions and to st cur new business by punorf ipecialjmelhods unusually effec tive position permanent prefer one wih experience but would consider aty applicant with good natural qualifications salary 5perday with commission option Address with reference R C Peacock Room 102 Success Magazine Bldg New York SAVED His BOYS LIFE IoMy three year old boy was badly constipated had a high fever and was in an awful condition I gave him two dozes of Foley8 Orinu Laxative anfl the next morning the fever ViS gone and he was entirelywell F6levs Orino Laxative saved his life A Wolfeusb Caaim rWis Sold by Haydon Robertson What Are Your Boys and Girls Reading They are boupd to read some thing TIey will reattrash unless you give them something better that is equally Interestiing Try The Youths Companion ofadyentureinI heroines are of the nat kind finding in the line of duty oppor tunity for courage and unselfish ness More ihan 250 such stories will be published in the 5 issues of the new volume for 1909 There will be fully as manyar tides sketches and remimscenes to impart useful information ini the most agreeable wyIamiilar izing The Companions renders with the best that is known and thought in the world Pull illustrated announcement of the Companion for 1909 will be snot to any address free with sample copiesjof the paper The new subscriber who at once ebds t175 for 1909 adding 50 cents for extra postage if be lives in Canada will receive free all the repining issues of 1908 besides the gift of The Conpy paniorfs Calendar for 1909 en titled In Grandmothers Gar den lithographed in 13 colors I THE YOUTHS COMPANION 144 Berkley St Boston Mass Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup- used nearJyeveiywhere because it notonly heals irritation of the throat and stops the cough but it drives pie coldout of the system through its lax alive principle by assaaine a free and gentle ac lon of the tOwels and that is the only way to cute a cold You cant cure it as long as you are constt pated Insist upon Kennedys Laxa tiveCough Syrup Sold bRed Cross Drug Store Some Recent kes Fox ODaniel Co last Sat QUtelathey purchased of various parties atfrom 8j to 4c per Ib Amp others they receivtxl IrornBilltt 12 head weighing 10965 IbVj lOo from Will Oani17headeghi- ng i 7990 lbe Len Smtltoii JP head weigbinlrt100151blJob Osborn 9 beadweighing105l- be Jeff 0Dni I 7 hwid wi hi lug 7855 Ibe Flojd Wlker4 hetgQlng 4980 1Ib art I weighlugMrs Cora B Sanders sold to tweniytwchead 22OSCIlbs for four cents The cattle were driven through to Danville Sill and Graves bought of van ous parties the pa week acar paidfriper Squire Thomas A Btavsn Who lives about pnet and Y half miles east of St Mary sold his farm Mnday to Ms Florence ellflArmi ell and sold for I90 pow S iwoate SqUireaeavenconfempiats Oklahjma on prospectlye tour in few maylocateof the countys best citiaens and whereveF he goes he Wilt carry with him the best wishes 6ta host of friends Marion county will regret to lose him and Ms excel lent XathilyEnterprbeA C R Kluger The Jeweler 1060 Vlt ginla Ave Indianapolis Ind writes 1 was so weak from kidney rasbial thst I could hardly walks JranirW Kldue1Remedy ireglilaritleto business everyday and recoaMead jiflireras and other remedies had failed isoldby Hfdon Robertson Auditor JamesAfter Graf teri Au ihorJamesis a Republican but that makes no difference With us in conmending his efforts to stop grafting ini Kentucky andS exposing men who are not ducting their otScts honestly He his recently made a statt mentin which he has lboJJIp a number oi panlic olfcialg cia various counties Be says that be forced the county clerk of Bell county to pay into tbeStatc Treasury over 3500 thit IbV county clerk iii Mercer hfe Own county bad to par fa about l5Ck that a county Judge bad been drawing soae for a Jjau- per idiot who had beb dead for eighteen months and ihatoificlala at Lexington had padded the school txeoBus so that the g te was robbed xut cf i6 0 annu ally Eery bone man Will commend our State AuItoasn- his airorts tostOpgraftingatg county officials The people eke in and honest men in j office aod they want all the dishbneit e HM ex osed no patter what their pahticsiEtowt News x Notice to Creditors A All persons having claims against the estate of JobShw maker ct uedtwill rprNfeBt same to my attorney If 0 life Chord at his office In Spriaf field properly proven and swom tot on or before Noy 1 1908 and the sam will be aeitted W M Hfcelftember AdmnIiuior- Estate John SbYwwaker I At any time wHO 0tI1 ttuackk not in good condltl a yoU sh ikl w allfoo4 ha and strength stoptcb laJtat way You take Ko iel for just alittU while when you have n lit attaeks indigestion and you take 4t Jwit a little longer in order to get relief from severe attacks of Itilgeslio er Nervous Dyspepsia TryJCed91t r Sold by Red rOd Drnjf Store i Notice to Contractors Sealed bids will be reeIvedb- meuntil NOVEMBER ltJ for the coveriuf wilu thiaf tee the bridge craM Beech oji S Mt Zlioa turnpike W Mooresvilie and Hays Jeeflpi WasbingtoM CountYt TtM ii me efo08 otthe root to k moY eredsrelentb1Ii liq- at rf42Tt Oft The tiMia s IM be W c8drr t02 ieTi- epitOnaoIto hLe4lIcbIt rM Wtr Bids may s for the Work atoM or terfimle tD be Mglm a dcg tbs fQr1c t r iJ Siri tBk I5 a f t1l SUBSCRJPIIONLOhAR i4 o1A I l from 4Teral4 f rMr rnHt J BoYU J lon county aDiMii1r i tMattlngly of thiesoe f married at Otaco tji JThe groom is 49 years s iffldthebrk1fi9 ThC lUyearoil aoi of Jtr Sit mud MriIBeta Dsiut i 71 kftborneWithopt lla inJallJ wort s rWlmu i7 0 ThIS week he wro4 ar r11l t irou GJH Tille Iud t 4 1 thathewalla5- SI t rpotti 0 i friJ t1 disappr c of tbe icaused his piraciW a gr otaniEt tp c1al1yiSand they were rtiiiy hui rbtftJeIe hk Mr 1oy qLrIk Mise Myra aaj M a JllJlel oa tbetrrtlalyjl aii traif daiFrep te UM Bptit parstetn- i1e h JjiaprX C Grtw TMo 1raerurGlaxebroo TM bid aughter tMr 1 a niecei of Mrs W F Mm fhlst wort 4r rfk2iiV iestefllle jhfuture X tr d tiicw1rfiIuti1f5talP1LS if 7 J Jere iI ry will srely H4csy the vof smellsad comiA I j the rkole systwn wn IJ ttlllOUjCkttte acow sqss 5ea J iarticl Iaa dala nercr ba iM te pt ftoil freacripUoM fro u5pa7 1- Ms4ktJAZttbiipS Umf aid tO 08 JfOOd JM v c fCvl yiA Co T 4d i Ot eoMt jf jIdlrectty pea MM Uo Ctcbirf ss ei S JHalls Catarrti Curt b sars jw fettkCj Mriae H k talM IsraM ldt Ia Tae e pjCkey o TS4Ia fMsld byDrsigists J pes MttJe iTake HaWs 1aiy PIIM M jtr 5MI 1 i A HtIetMoeeiI rrd Ssisrds7 UWU tW a M1IaIf qjos the JatYii pilr MiiotMr Teaa re sited i aaL5Xl1tiiOf Ui Mr Texas Hegr was ir aped a jItlIJaa DeWMeIntJaJST 4la te IMMM Tb fr1gsthe mrAher Lbs v 41 AdosUIco dn1a bog Th7- uae rpa b tote she yard wbca Uw j Toiy r was d w bill iedarse-y lib aa iK1M 4 OosL A pW sa t tbe yot uuwit aUimptUc M ibool svdOM ro jw jtUmf Wg J so uaSrthtu a fiIla bSjtj b 1ier p rr bIIIatDt i sod the w poutwIvu- dhsr itmiitMcae I t Ukf rkh them TUtf IJlcnltoo place aIthWlv i mj Srnod j aAernooa A Mr 3vi JaqNs ay- t 411S- ifIIrgit of iIs The whii kaes lug Mi v t- oIIwss I NiS tct puaU 2e r uuch1aa I Ljufetyyl- sid to liWs W e seh p m bsr- stlitthcaarn I- ttorJMor 5x kc1a 4Ib4I E sr 4dSru 1 MSs VeNaUM I- fbifliican fit NrnbIMbi 8tby Red Aow L m 1iIiII11TTIJ 1tWS4ADUIi Ift s v t DayuYTEt7IIuIAT JiIvirtt d1 tRINGP1ELEKYT w4v LDAYI9i i lr vv 5 t Tl17MDAL tT ffp i 7tezrt For atborL2d OrII ito t l1t t JftJlII JQHNSQ as alca11didat IP f1ttIon Li Contr ss roi this thrv Pswtk CoufresMXa1 District rrf 01 fcAjctl Ni to the iCtlUAf rthe Jf l Pi crytk Party t We autlwciied tfe asnoiance Dr t f Tiitinip W GADDIE M av candidate f 3rrtc ite JRef Wicn ticket for Con- i4 gT fr tklsLke Fourth Conffres Jt llr t trIi FOR SHERIFF ii Ware a tKprIed to announce A C KlaAall M a ca dWate for the nomi Jaat fr Sherif of washIngton coMJJabject to the action of the A 33fiiiicrMkpartY Deputies rRichard BoWUt Sam DOCampbell Will t4rttMuders ami Hubert Virgin We are authoriaed tp announces i j UkMkrMM as at candidate fpf Sheriff of Wa faincton county subject to the act1Gligf the Democratic party Dcvtttkc R EddlefflaHj Sam Hale OiMirfff we11indByrOCrGakS i v 01t COUNTY CLERK f r i fri y are authorized to announce W F BOOKER ua candidate for the i Mice ef Cvaaiy Clerk subjectj to the iac of the Democratic party Primary November 28 1908 Elec tioa November1909 t FOx ASSESSOR W T inTCHELifi as a candidate for j J AXMMorof WashUrton county sub 4 jJect tie actio of the Democratic party vT P OBryan Deputy Pri I I ilJY28l9O Election Nov 1909 i GY WdhiConung iFri4lKf arf ttboriicd tQ make the a o ctm Qti that Gov Augusr t I tus l E Willson will spoak inI i j 1 E SjHringisid on the afternoon ofr rvl0iMlay t Nor 2d An effort has b n mid lor jsbme time Vht s cnre the presence of Gov t Wllteoa for a seecbat this jP1 acf daring the present caw r i vpUgrf but such has been the d deawnd for him that his serviceSS 4 co1drOt bie secured for 1 1ilirlate than the day hefore the l ctlon Howcyer the voters of e Washiagton couhty are fortdr J r kk have the privilege ofrr c hfarif himi and ithey will dMbUCive him a lousing 4 raofptipn Gov Wilson has L always been a favorite with the sr popl of Washington county t and has made a fine impression cmschof his prtvious tfisits toi tills ric Hi attitude in the t n t d hIS vlid tf o M denuHciationr of night riding jus aow te strikingi I Jwpujiar fi v vv 1 oe with people and great 4 otljs are t DIng outrto hear 4 4 fOirL fetrles goyernor preach pg boi IRepHbIicsn abdtrineandi denotmce likwlessn f1ss x fV 55In our announcement golumu 7 4 iithIi5t e pu1iih t1Aard of tf 7fi f IhkheV who is seeking clf ol Jounty Assesso- r fVj ujet thss crtic Prl f TyN2LJs 11thell WIlli f9 ifjeteeted apvpointas his deputy t Mrfr Thomas P Oryan who i tLe prawnt assessor Mr Mitchefris thoroughly compe eatizn for the position which V- r Ja aeeks and Ma deputy iis L t quaIljT well equipped tto d chaMft the duties of the pffiue- r K E MrvSCitchel submits his Qlaims t1ttbeI vptenj 4they lore voitlby f consideration 1 cw Weather Advice 1 lall irt lwware of coughs and oolds 1lIugrectdtHey readilj t t lJt yaetiwoiiray cotjeumption or i i f efItef pi1iary troubles Jqstas r r AjMNjtii the cough appears treat itt c witiBallariBfioreound Syrup the asIk rj t direct frfectlyharmIeS8 A cure 9aiim pvevcmtiV for all diseases of the VlHBft Price 25c SOc and 1 per I iMttle Sokl by Red Cross Drug Stor + aMcIntirt T S Asiti has been some time since t Stw bVS M any news froin here will Mud fga few items 0 if jTIIJFKrs J C Eror acd da fhtersEmm1 and Aljad Mrs Dick Keen aid eri4ren Sf Hif Monday with the 4iMctekreSMr Willie N y wli6 has beew iiiVJC iriifiuus and relatives jr hers retarwd home last TYt spent itII 8woy sat of iJ er l Mary Buckman- ffl Jink RwJCMilt a bui t 1SSI4 oirit FIi aY Tn sn gvM b Mr KtLlllclatire 1laM Frajr iihf was well attepded All report a nice time fItMiss Bettle jjajcrQft of yourr towns tent Mondaywithi MrjS JU1lMontgomry Mrs Eliza Warren eturfied to her home last Saturday afters Visit to1 her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Bland ford Mr Parker Badget of TJnToh County arrived Monday to visit hisather Mr Bud Badset Miss Dissle HiI Marv Ros Pialdsy Mrs Mauervla 8ict1erFL son liUd1 Mrs Charlie Breaglei were the guests at the home pf Mr J C Ensor one day last week Miss Mae Smith of Forrest- TiWspept51astV week with her sister at this placed V r Mr Watt Wheatt y accom panied by Miss Susie Mulligan visited relatives hererSunday M r Bell Hayden and son Gane of Danfcs Statipp came over one night las week to see the for mrs aagher Mrs Mamie Alyey Miss Emma Ensor spent llast week in Gasburg Miss Fannie Smith who has been si kwe are glad to report is able tobe put again Mti JQhn Villiams and son wenttd Louisville last Friday to Bccompatiy thle body of Mr Frank Williams to this placefor buiiil f Aka You ONty HALF Auvk People with kidney trouble aie sq weak andexhauste bat they are paly half alive oleys Kidney Remedy makes healthy kidneys restores lot vitality and weak delicate people are restored to health Refuse any bu Fbleys Sold by Haydpn Rob rt9o 1 wiI1isbug The entertainment given b Prof Matbewiy Friday evening was quiie a success A large crowd attended arid everything us rendered nicdy Mr J M Brown of Louisville is yisrtifig relatives here this week rRev Lowed1 preached at the Christian church Sunday morn ing Mr T Jr Trent and family Visited Mr V T Wels faqpily Sunday IRv Qims of Louisville preached to a large crowd at the Christian church Sunday night Mr Alphn Sutherland arid wife visited relatives iin Anderson county Saturday and Sunday Miss Sarah Trent of Foiriand pentfMr Miner Bottoms and Miss Mattie Brown Miss Willie Ruby and Miss OlljeiSutton attended tTie oyster supper at Mackville Saturday nightst t Mr Will Gray and sister a1 tended church here Sunday niahtI bigjJj eat soothed and healed by DeWitts Garbolfzed Witch Hazel Salve The best salve forpIlsBe sure you get DeWitts Sol45by Red Cross Drug Store r Tick CrUk iHenry Lawrence sora S lambs to Erastiis Case a 5c per lb 7 Mr Aldnza BOSAO and wifp visited his atherMr John Bo well of PrrviUe Tuesday lind Wtdnesday of last week Mrs ryGoweuc and on of TJaylorsvillj visit d her brother Wm Young and sis er Mrs MA hala Hall of this place last week dunghteSidjeday Mrs Rwe has returned to hti asnntbvjsit to Mrs ft chel Anderson Mrs Geogt Good a dfajnilv of Stewart spent Friday and taa urday withers B T Bugg Mr John Best has returned to his home at Pe nick aftza week V stay at Mrs Rich el Anderson Mr Ben Bagj has pu caSed a wagon of Nfrr John Swienej of Mackville for 08 M Ben Haydon the local to bacco buyer has purchased sey eral crops of tobacco at lOc per stickIMandville Lawrence and Mis Lucy Hall attended stVylces at the Baptist church afrMackvillp Sunday Mr Harry Haydon spent Sunday with Sbajinpo Thompson Wm Stump attended churcl at WHisvUrg Sunday night Mr And Mrs J E Andprsoir atj4 nded the wedding of Mss StankyFenwikCatholic church alv F nwick Both the contracting pfarMff neighborfioudgratulations Madam Rumor reports a wed ding at this plsice soon f A pilJ1 preScription s printed upon each 2 crbox ojt DrShoopfs Pinfc Pain Tablets Ask your Doctor or DrugffUt if this formula is not corn plete cHead pains womanly pain pains anyVJSere gets instant relief frym a Pink PAIn Tablet Sold by ted Croi prug Store L4 It d If Forest VljwT i il +4Joe Carrico ancCiMfe Ab ship hIs daughter MrEtSmItD a oomfet1were visiting relatives t a Shelby Go last we k Mrk Donotioe of Valley Hill c 1 t =U 1j T WE STARt THE SE4SONI l II rWith a Flood of Money Savers 6 r V fI1 if5you failI to share in this bargain feast you will rAmiss some of the greatest opportunities that will bepresenteqtJli fr sion c iSSS cr Dress Gods f QItlgRma 50c 54inch Broad Moth 100 36 iin Wool Sargp 5Cc 25iitFJerrinzbne Nejge 100 42in Wool San Toy 100 42i Sil Warp San ToyS 150- 54in Ladi Cloth 75c iA5ti Repolant 50 i iSI I II IIs ff 1IIllI t 5i i till 1Sc L jYYI 14ji S c1- I I 4 Copyright by Hart S Marx I t I jlti uL fIti t =Mr and Mrs Will ScVpres ofr WodlaXn ana Mrs Blven ofr Srjringtield were welcome puests f their uncle here a few days ago Mr R nEtYrfM rlon flo vhs vsitinghi sons CamihMt thisplace the latter part of IBM week MrPdt Hamilton and S6n John were up from Flinchville ShelnV Co last week Mr Pamifton is thinking about mov ing back to his faria in the near Mr Barney Mntt5dgty ha ncvfd Lto his farm and Mr John Grfrra has moved imp the rouse vacaud iyMr Mattinsriy th property of Mr Robert Clemnnts Mr Williams will1 ai6veinp Mr Grahams bouse The remains of Mr Williamst who died so suddenly in T4Ouis yiller were brought and burJed at St Rose cerottefy o 1st Satur day At St Rose church on l sf Sunday there were about fiftyj children to take theirfirst com nunion The church was moatt beautifoUy decorated with mag nific nt flowers and evergreens oy the Rev Father Hogarty We are sorry that we have nottr the time and woidstod Jt crud it It wes perfectly gflnd and those who misse s elDJ it eft an improved and beau ifulcere tnony Stock water is failing fast and fs very indifferent The fa tiers ate about done sewing wheat and soraje of them are srAthtiririg corn Several horses und cattle have lied in the coininu ity of late Stoma th troubles would more quick ly disappear if the idea of tneatinjj the cause rather thai the effect would come into practice A tiny inside lifddea nerve gaf s Dr Shoop govenia and gIves strength to the stomach A branch also goes to the Heart and pne to the KidHejs v hen these inside nerves fall then the organs must falter Dr hJOts Re stdrative is directed specifically to these failing nerves Within 48hours after stating the Restorative treat went patients say they realize a gain Sol yJRed Cross DrugStore Harding Chapell Mrs Lee HUlt and two and Eirl ahd spunpne d flast Week with Mrs Jim Arnder on y t rG W Fenwick and dauxb iter Ada was the guest of Mrs T R Begl y Monday Miss Catherine Hrtjdon spent sIs l UNDERWEAR Ribbed Underwear 50c tW ImnNne Rbbed Vest and Pants 50c Womens Silk BMnih Union Sui s100WpmTis FJceoed Ribbed Union Sui s 50c 5Siste Fiue Blecced Vjstand Panl 35c Misses Fipe Flee ed Union Suits 50c 50cpojs IKSJIIS SS Vi1I111151s1111b EcSS ii hattiur CUNNINGHHT H- IN r7 mis chil- dger1jce M- iIdItQ4nary nsFiJeted KILLrHECOUCHAND wnDr Kings New Discovery I FUR COUCHSOLD TrW SeFrev I AND ALL THROAT AND LUNQTROUILEf GUAKAH JED SLTLFAOTOLLI OR MONEY REFUNDED I 55 iSuirdiy with Miss M ry Ros lJace3 Mrs Loyd Fe nioki l and two chilDren Loraine and Benne and Miss Louis Pennick of Fennick spent Thursday with Mrs Jito Anderson anMrs Will Rou spent11Mr day last week with Will Pnilliops IMr Arthur Fouth Saturday and Sunday with Mr Mord Logsdon spentSundayFenuicicIMr Wilt Log don spent Sunday w ith his cousin Mr Walter Logsdon 0laDdInvfeick spent Thursday night wih the fomer sister Mrs Bud Coffee near Texas Mr and Mrs Will Corle and family of Jeusuntown spent Si urdfty and Sunday with the ffami ly of Mrs Nellie Logsdon Mrs Alfred Whiteman and two children Sadie and Hildred spent Saturday and Sunday with the farmers sister Mrs Christi sop of near Texas r The maVnage of Hc May Laqham toMr Stinley F iiwick occurred at St Frances churcUj atbenwick M ndrty afternoon all two oclock Messrs Walter and rhellWEddig titeiy after the cremony the oung cupta repair d to the brides home where a few friends and relatives had assembled to partake of the Hsump dous sup pcr Thf bride iin a daughter of R P Lanham andis on of Ca nary sm st nopiilary junglad PS whit4 the jr oom iso son ofG W Fernick and is prosperous yonhig ftrmero A few fI dsf illlCrhi 1 1 X2X1 NZVOiaXRp ZLL J I b Linens and Cottons Best Bordered Caicos Sc Hoosier 5cx Cottons 8e Apron dinghamsf 6c Plannell 5c Bleach Outing 6c 15 in Linen tlOc 0CLOTHING Schaffner Marx Suits 11800to300i Mocha Berman Cos Suits 500tQ20 f H A Seinshelmer Co Youth Suits 500 tO1250 V d A Seinsheimer CJos Chit drens Suits 250 to 750 1 Mens 52in Overcoats 7 56 to 2500 Mens Rain Coat77 50 to 2000 J Youths Overcoats 3 50 to 1250 Childs Overccats 125 to 7 50 A KVf Novelty Suits 1400 5S to 27 50 Hats Wilfof the latest Fall dnd Win r ter shares in Hats TT IWecord ally iinvite to viiicus before making v your A pur chases r i rnort tabets 50c fall yon vonr Red Store v Cotton Hope Canton Uraib Hart Miens you i GLOBES 1 sro t blatJcTan4 greatvdiplayheavily aLd will make prices to Wove i I Womens Cloaks 350 t f2000 Misses S2sttOSlom CWkIreiifsClMks12SI r I t SHOES 1 I i Froerjsheims Fine Shoes for Men j Patentvjatn and Oxblodd OOji ft Douglass Pine Shoes in Patentt Tad and Oxblodd for35Q Y Douglas Shoes for Boys in 5atentknd Tan 250 ippandorfrOirtman Cos fine fOr f Women 52 50 to 4 oa G E for Womea in Kid Box Galf and Kangaroo Calf vf I 1 E Shoes for Boys in Patent Box Grit and Kangaroo 175 to 2 50 P5p11 stock inJblack afd tan i4 I V Blankets I ffiIt 12U Blankets orth35P- for2 50 y 12 4 Alt sol Blankets 1COO forg700 J 1 114 All Wool Blankets wirth 80plfor 6 Wc 114 All Wool JBlaukets worth 650 for5OJ 10 4 All Wool Blankets 3oO 4 CfOand 45pr t 4Full size Byd Comforts for 100 Full size White Cotton Blled Comforts t5Qx- Sikoline Comforts 2OOt9 350 i J r tt Wall Paper t I t r 35i 7 a up you our Our whole jfOOd health since began using New years Rural Fowte IJGutl- j WTatnc They thfeeysfcem N jn a CARPETST S r i2Cotton Ingraifl Carpets 55c- JJaipn i Ingrain Carpi te 4OcP7f 0 C IgrainCap50et Extra Ingraini Qirpts65c 1 hTapestry Carpe ta 7Oc to90 iVCaipti00e3 i j l c AminiiterCarpets1I5L y 7 9x11 Tapestry Rugs i jlltiiii I 9x12 Tapestry Rugs llrn f9xl2 Velvet Rosi1800 t t r 9x12 Axminister Rugs 120100 yf SpecialsSv I t 1 IN LAOEeURAlWSI6- GO Lace Curtainr for40 5 00 Lace Curtains for loQ 400 lace Curtains Ioi3Q0 i tv1 f 350Lace Curtains for I2 SO i A 300 Curtains forf2 X250 lceCnrtains fdrL 200 Lace Curtaini f041i1 S15 Lace Uur9asJforL00 i 90 Lace Cuetitins fi 65 t Winde5rSbd L 2 14 I I DUNC t C0 ir tIV I CmcuuUC futureS t spent MM wn u it j I E trrt IIFREEIBIPTO JiIIIIISYTTTwLE I of LouteyilleKy of which w- I arE a member has decided to rebate railroad fare fromI October thto November 7th I This gives ah excellent opportunityi comeio Louivill to visit store apd t lIiuuiy j9 X winter goods to an advantage You wllf find a completeline in V I j v Rt GOODS CARPETS HOljSEFURNpINGr 1EADVTOWEA 2 SffO3- t ID MILLINERY FURNITURE FANCY GOODS ROYS iELOTHINl 5III- II DID YOU EVER BURNWDP iiff 1- I iIt Is the most fascinating ploasure one that will held you wliils away the weary stry days It 1 I boming more popularever dayyou can soon lear i ityou villi enjoy ititis instrecllveas iIIs- gitoentertaining Out new Hood to Burn catalogue is now being cMpiM and win tamfe Hr ai IIc IcA 1 L j J iE Is I JUJ I t r 1 1 will be glad furnish you detailsp It I Nobby raiisSuitable for WeartI j ii IWomen and Misses Shown fd r 4 w if I 398an4ii93 J f Ii J 7t rI I 332388 W Market St I II alMFouiLhAVe r edfcurotqr indigestion Iisc Miuvna J cuenothlnLathpy becaw cancel monby hackId by Cross Drug forSS Shoes Shoes lOc u A HefltkyTwHy r family has enjoytd WP UrXbiri Life Pills three goiaya Jv A Bartlet of Thrd cleanse and tons in t gentle way that does youcood 25o atBydbnRobe- ti9fl11c2i L 1 ttif ft CWs 175 Super dr LacS 1 t to to w- 1z feI If you desire tkcoam- eial eourS4 xhsre im bitJpltcethVn the Dcil1i GoBusiness Univtfs lyt i oh9lar1it r hSrt I 5l1LL- EjJ LOW 4 c ti I lf f I I 0 AOSNTSO K qO fcy pI w1 on Hat IPr JI tJi g bus- ydv rHD fcCHABfc 410TrJkCiion Terminal blig r Jcdanapolis lid I w 7 jra to TRNSLDV= s s DLGTBURTOI1DENT i lI AffptXTR JrctEb I W4OUT PAIN 1 1 + t oItM Ioekp 1r1 I RIICGF IJBLIX KY Aui jPerital Work Strictly Firt4Iis LJ nRi J rUDlJ J tr 4 i ff tciii aid S Sirgeono j h nr8td9 m C i 1t2 pjmtQjSOwi dyer Hiaydbns Drugstore j J tlAB 1ptnMU b iin imce IR Otera Isegi4OffkcIPltfHicPi af ir Residence Ne 36 CIt5ATTORNEY6e0 over Peoples Bank sPlUNoF iJ KY i I DFMW HYATT i tr0 R offi over Red Gross brusf gtr Office hours Hyatt 1030 s i b 12m to 5 pm JOHN YB MAYS a uK1HA uIHECTOR ii- AIUUCfMSEU EMBALMER r TELEPHONE DAY 18 NIGHT 74 PRIIGFIFIU1 K- Y1J as o I I Goi Platf6 To StoP WeJ Jviie v tour Washington r andtf Kelson county iriends when ian Louisville nd looking for a costop to call on us1 Wew a V ve1hl frrUJ Jnrnished ROOInS wJilcn we willletfor lodgers for ahorti or lonpsjfcay at reason i berates i cjeafMoD the North west cor 1 tier of Seven than Market Sts r i Irvine Wimsatt vlvi John Edelen t t i Plridd Wasbingtnq r t f t4 OR Sp1ingfidch lceI f Manotacturtd by iT- j l 0v 1j Jarboe CO Jr ic 4We payhigl est market z pCe4OrF4 ip Jl you wan tthe B t FLOUR t aEKyoufgJQcerfur f jj s f BACKACHEJf cam tka Sddneyi are sot doing their 1IItet tie work removing imparitiesI l ct tke system Tain jmaRs J Kiy And Bacachs IHiciIIt iKH remove the cause antI tone tip the iysta No alcohol Guarantee water the tPuTe Food and pmga Law IteM k Wti tf OWE Jr StLLiMo For SfiU in Springfield by Haydon 8t Rober son L ir I l 3HS1FGAb l DCKALBILU HAH5ASCITYMO 1I LAWN FENCE f CayeT1ItrOVesery atia- I i etorr fe3 lawns door yards gar 4eiM We ak fencing for Jawtu I imir jax4s fleld Jiolc and poultry rite uJeMaloc UNION FENCE CO Deacn1kiL Xhae City 4S G IX EObc rUOU CJ TM TruthI wzy pttIon ill thw city wHoisssuff yi EamPpIesDand Mf or w y form of skin orvcirp dis owe cafldrkfdf he pcrmanent V cured by Zenip a cleaa liquid for Vernal use All durgglsts sell 2EM Q Sod by Havddp Rcber nJt TOWN ta LofcI Happenings of Interest i The Freshest atod latest iC AH About Yourself Friends a d Acquaintances t 2 WANTED To buy a Jersey irv 314ALLEN 1 8 FpR ALE OR RENTMy hO 1seIi Ion Lebanon street will be forii sip e br rent on and after ovf 15tbWeE LEAGHMAN FOR SALE Twentyifive shares f stock in the Washington isountytjhe estate of F M Cmpbe11h Apply to Tbeo 0 Campbellta Will Waters iis laid Qp with a id eghichijury he received a scrimmage in a foot ball ani on the High School grounds on Tuesday t J B Han bought of George lark a traQt of land that sold at F l ohleys sale known las tth56acr1e tract for the same itB brought at the sale 4peacea The protracted meeting at theH l Baptist church thisN week is gi ow ing In inierest everyday Revi L Purdom iis Assisting tn iai regular pastor and iis preaching P one strongsermons Rev R L Purdom pastor of S Bethlehem church is preaching series of sermons at the Bap list church this week The services are well attended dl much int rest manIfested dc At the stock sale of W P Montgomery Son which takes plaice this Th rsd yrafterndqn some good stock is offered such l rood mares mules sheep etcs Sale begins at1pmai Downing oberts ntTie young son of Mr Wv K Robertson heskating on the new grani old sidewalk on Covingtori ave ue last Friday fell and frac tnred his 1 ftarn between the- rist and otbow t FOR RENT On East Main Street near school house one residence with 6 rooms all recently pap red iwaier in the kitchen Price 10 per month llonJA BQULWARE Extr J M BURTON Deceased tiRevorofthe M ro church preached excellent St1t1d Ohatlarge crowds The Methodist j people 9re fortunate in Seringrthe services of satisfactory a Vasorr Dr TPivid W GaddleVRepub tJ licari nominee for Cpngress d etl Ryeredar stirring pe hattqe c6urt- rHouseJ We regret ou fin I ability ttdrquote any of the spe ch as we were gongto press Wen will try and give an account oftJ the speech next week Mr Ed Dragoo theV well l npwn tobaccp farnerof ibis coUnty and1 Miss Lucy Bland i weretnarrled1effersbnviI1 last week The bridegroom was t jborn in x Brown county Ohio fortythree years ago and wa married once before HIS first wife died in 1906 Thebrid is a native of Marion county KeoV uckyVajid bfcamo eighteen years qld a Jew weeks ago She H a daughter of Marion Bland who liveai Springfi4rlV Ii HV McChesbey spoke goodsized crowd at the Souse here on last Friday IHon in the interest of the ti1 ticket Mr Mc touched on about all of the issues ofV the campaign and hid speech ras well received Be eulogi fed VvilHam Jennings Bryan as being thesgjeat sT man this natiothaTJyerpE Nuced ajwH predicteathat hi vanlP iU b dJwn in history a Hj reSleV man than any of the statesmen of the pasteveo giv ater than George Washhfgton plliver TobnV Miss Lizzie Olliver and Mr1 rCARD To My Lady Friends 1VVrJtam in Ldnisvillethis week forftbe purpose of addng tom y Hoec f hat and destrjo an nounce that Ir will Have on display on SaturdayJ Ocfofe 14th- A beautiful assortment of Trjm ujed1Hajsy Pattern Hatsi ChiK tran UatsAn inspection of try 43 invited Respectfully i MISS KNOH IOPICSI AAnWWi John Tobin were marned on last uesda3rnorning at 5 o lock at Str Dominic church bV ReVy ather Hennessy TheVleff immediately odtlie early Vain ora bridal ticf a week flhe bride is a popular young ladV with many friends inSpringfield arid throughout the county She a daughter of Mn N IL OllII er of the Moor syille neighbor ood Mr Tobin ijV a well known rmer of thecounty and stands igh in the community The mnnvJfrieQdsJ ing cof ratul ions and best Wishes 11VLeachmanHill Miss Elizabeth Leachm n of isV place and Mr William H ill of Louisanavere married t the Cathedral Louisville on last Tuesday morning at Nuptial igh Mss Rev Father Hi a birother of the groom officiated the ceremony 1 bebridetV ne of Springfields handsojHest and most popular young Women She i a daughter 6f the late t phen Bo and Imeld a Leach man and is a sister of Messrs Waiter 9nd Will Lea hmufof this place Mr Hill formerly lived at Lebanon but has been business VLbujfanafor several years Mr t3 and Mrs Hilt will make their home at Jean rette LaVThe Columbian Trio The local public is to be gtyen musical trtat on Wednesday nighi Out 28 at the Uonrt House here an evenings entertam meut will be given by VthO Comm ban Trio Concert Co which consists of Alva X3 Fuhrman yiolin Vistrioso baritone and whistler CharlesJ Mers flute soloiajb pianist and tenor pF Williams tenor soloist humorist and piano accompanist These cple rated musicians ifeeeived their education and musical training at the Ohio InstitutiQn i for the Blind at Columbus and OhioJ arIteenhave given over 3500 concerts in hio PennsylvaniaN w York West Virginia MrybncThjnuis Indiana and MictigaliiLTheir pertolr embraces uvet 300 vc dal and instrumental selections offhei he old mastsr jvjrich makci the audit n6e cry with laughter and last ojf all the old timg tnelodiesl which neVerYfail tir touch the Ot hardhearted The COBiin Trio oncert Co is a tric of finely blended voices all the members being artists in their line Their programs lave the special jii1o variety consisl ng of sricsjdueisnnd fios that always please TheTuio assis ted by their manager also give everal well sleeted vocaj Quar tette nuajbers at each concert Admission 5Q cents r w Teeth exItracted ou t pA Withilil DANGERc No chargesV when platesV are wanted s ALL WOKnone in this office Isf firstclass fr in every respec and jjust as ad g I III 1i 1VSprZritcld v5ia VDr Bru 1erto Speak Dr Bn L BruneiE Secretary bfXstater and one of the best stiiihj speakerlentuckg will Spakal the Court IPouse here oh next Tuesday afternoon Octpber27th in the interest of the Eelican ticket Eiy body h in filed to come out arid heart1pVljticisesJrl No ce jAlt VjI ire oLifiedpersons that my lands are ported iand I posjii tivel forbid anyone ttrespassing on them or passing around my barns I guard thenI eve y night and i3o not want toVshopt any innocent person I R M BowA 0 wlingAlleys toOpen i Oh Monday OcStoberf 26 we will open our bowling alleys at the same old stand thE depotr Everytbing in firstclass shape and the patrohage t pf the public is solicited LEACHSIAN CAMPBELL 1rroptIetorsi T1OLLOWENPARTYV rl Bythe4 Iladiei of the Pres VbyJeriatiof Mrs John Y Mayes lEvr rybody invite- dFt1j31i4 SaleJ1 In order to dissolve partnership we will at the W P Mont gomoryj place three miles north of Springfield on the Springfitld and Waltons Lick pike on ThurSdaYOcL22nd BEGINNING AT 1V p M sell the following Four extra good farm and broodmares all in fOal to Jack One three year old saddle and harness horseV SOne two year old mullPwelf broken VVOne suckling mule coltVOne 5year old jennett in foal Nine head of good much cojws Seven Ayeanling calves 28 good stock ewes Pivathorou hbred Duroc brood sows and pigs One pure bred Duroc boar TEUMS AllsumsllO and un dr cash Over that amonnt six months7 time with interest from date VvP MONTGOMERY iSON SM Campbell Auctioneer q R 1 STPRElSatllrday3Octobor 24 t the NATIONAL BIsctnT CO who will have LADY REPRESENTATIVE here an expert In her line who will give thorough demonstration packsage goods will be open for inspection and can be- i sampled so that in future yqfu can know just what i eachand every package contains and just what you are getting EVERYBODY IS INVITED and we feel sureit will pay 1 To offer those the who followingV come to see us COROIALLYII Specials For Cash I 19 pounds Standard Granulated Sbgar fOr1100 1 3 cakes German Sweet Chocolate H li 10 2 packages Jello 7 15 1 cake Bakers Chocolate 25c size for M 20 12cans good Corn regular price lOc toiVSV 15 2 boxes P B Macaroni 15 VHVVV I INjwArrxv1sVWe have jist received afresh stock of Seeded Eaisens Citron Package Mince Meat Dates FIgs etcV Also haveV ljreakfastv 1 ME1oy SlikderV iIiJ rSI I newest MILLINERY styles of Dregs and Tailored Hats displayed at my salesroom Net Waists v I 1 1Iarecrul 1 F I LADIES FUIkNISHINGSV 11 skirts Petticoats Corsets Belts Neckwear and qu3lityII ofl T1 Williams e JIFER PNALI VMrsMrs Etta Duncan of George town Texas are visiting Mrs T Scott Maye3V Mr Nick Wathen of Lebanon was over yesterday on business MrEvan Rogers of Lebanon was here the first of the week Mfs Sterling P Thompsonis visiting friends in ijouisville this week Postmaster B T Conway of Lebanon was over yesterday Mr Carl Hayford of Chicago Ill will arriye Friday for a Visit Nwith Mr ana Mrs J T Cray C oft at MrW IXMcElroysv issesLucyandVeolaVBrownE- hay returned from Bloomfield A Mrs J Sa Claybrooke returned home yesterday after an extend led visit tb her mother atBardsI town V Drr aud MrSJ B RoBards of HarrodsbiirgNwere guests of MrsI A R Shultz rom Wednesday a f ernoon Mrs CF BrtslV iswith trw sister Mrs C A Chreen I- ornlfewthe meeting f OfV tile Masonic Grand Lodge in- Louisville tbis weekI V Mrs B L Litsey and Mrs II Siering Thompson visijtedi T SiMissnon was a week endgnest of Mrs Annie McEtroyffVn Miss Virginia Lisle and Mr James Phillips of L banbn were gusts of Miss Fannie McElroy last SundayV Mrs W H Leachmau and Mrs DavId R Litseyare visiting Mrs Arch Hayes this week MissMarie Maloney of Louis yUle who is a student at St Catherine will be wtyli Miss EIKe Durrett from Friday to oJonday VMrS Roy McTiinney of Padu ch Nationall President of the U D C and Mrs WL Wood bury of Louisville National R cnrd ing Secretary of the U B C Mrs J R Durrwere guests of ett last Fjriday and Saturday Last Friday MrsVTS Mayes entertained the visiting officersr of the U D C Mrs Roy Me Kinney an- dVMrsaL Wood bury land the hSLQssMrs J R Durrej Mrs J R Durrett entertained a tew friends in honor of her guestst Mrs Roy IcKioney and Mrs W L Wopdbury lat Sat ur tty evening The decorations and table colors were red white and red the Confederate colors The guests were Mesdames Roy McKinney W L Wood bur v T S Maves Oscar Walker Jennie Hughes and Miss Etta Duncan Mrs SE TWiggintonofBlooixi t field was a recent visitor at the hone of Dr M W HyattV Pr MW Hyatt went to Louis yule yesterday with Mr Frank Itaspecid1ispin erys health Mrand Mrs L H Bellbam are in Louisville ibis week Mr and Mrs kC MeElroy are expected home today from Kensas City Mo Mr HI B Moss has returned l from Lexington and other points in the State Mr Carrie Durrett was re elected State Regestrar of the U D C at the meeting held in 1Bardstown1asli week and daugh ter Louise will leave for their hottest Nafa Vesa N M after spending two months with rela tives bere IIMrsI Bertha Hale leftI Tuesdayr for her home at Wayn svUle ILL after spending month with rela tivesVMjs Adelaide Kelly of Cres cent Hill will be a gueet of the aj Misses Medley the latter part of thisweek f rtbe Medley Mcr C uley wEddingVMr George Medfey left MOn- day on a business trip to Peoria Ill Messrs Ben and Will Mtedlev Mr and Mrs Thomas Medluy of Owerisboro andMiss Isabel Med ley of Nazareth Academy will a tend toe marriage of their sister Miss Alethaire x 1Mrs Medley Misses Flaget Simms and Margaret Spalding attended the fun ra10fJMis Mattie Montgomery dt Bards town Monday MrVJephpiggottVofjrvjn ton spent Sunday at the home oMrsT W SimmsV Miss Wins Knott was in Louis yule a few days this weefetiuying millinery The family of Rev J SVKirfg will arrive the latter part of the week VVMisses Angela and MarvAg- Muid nes of Chicago will arriye Friday to be present at toe Med leyMcCauley wedding on Satur day The Misses Mudd wilt be guestspt Missi Elizabeth Waters while hereV Miss Katie Hertlein wag in Louisville Tuesday and Wed nes day Mr H M Grundy left Monday for a stay of ten days at Martins yule Ind VV Mrs John Y layes and Miv YEy fr4rsI Hl Thurman is visiting be sister MrsVH D Rodmanof inShlbvillev v Mr John ComsOckis ill with typhoid fever Allbrneyv Gporge Wycoff pf Carlisle waV a visitor in town Monday Mr and Mrs Lev Brown are visiting reiatlveatCorqisbvilleV- Mrs Je D Turner of Lexing tob is visiting her parents Mr and MrSi 3VR VCJyookeV Mr Theo Slallard ok Taylors yille and Miss Earl StaWrd are guests of their brother ErW VlStallariV V Rev w H Williams and Miss Jennie Lachman were in Lebanon Tuesday i I rsJi Edelenisi quite Sick at her home ofrthe Booker road Mrs Martha Nelson visited friends at Lebanon Saturday Dr Joe Mudd of Louisville iishere this week on business Mr Wallace Mudd iis ill with typhOid fever at his home on Qovington Avenuef TVMr Joseph Clements accompanied his couin Miss Eliza beth Leach man to LonisviflR to meet her fiancee tq be married TusdyVMrs Pius Whalen of Bards town is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Hen F Simms r Mr ES Mayes andRev R E C Lawson attended the meeting of the Grand Lbdge t Lou isville Mr Fred Burton of Danville yisitad Dr George Burton Sun lay rMrs Ruth Howard of Lex ington and Mrs James Gilker son oil Lebanon visited Mrs E S MayJ es Sr Monday f Medicated air is the only reme dy fat catarrh Breathe Hyornei and obtain immediate relief and Lmire Complete outfit jl At Red Cross Drug Store Money back if it fails Notic to Creditors All persons bVh1gVV clisa- gainsttbeestateot j Iv1 Lean j ham deceased are Ited to presenisauie pVpperly proves to me on or before Nofvl 908 and the same win be Settled T Pr O1 Bryan Adminstratdr TJ M Lajdim L 5V c I IAfl1rfrWdMtIT L 0I T 1 rrfji I When You buy Knit UnderweirgetjV 1 the Best the rIe III M 1 urERE t Its costTsvery little more and you getVComfort as well as Long Fit and Finish they are Q VJrForI t Full line of UnionSuits I garments In Different weightsi always IVonhand for L iies MiseVandChj1dVi renV I l 7 I eajpisr GjMUntoearfortafe I ti Missss aDd iJeto See Oiii SPEGI AL VALUE iin- Lathes Flccacfi Ribbed flirts aid Drrn at 250 the Garment TheJa gosdVJ seams good leitgthtape t nock c catVPearl Buttons This is a REATVIVIVfinished Comes in allsizes fet ypws Wfr is gone v ftIJ I ONYX HOSIERY t B 1MdeWe have thm in iIiff IIthe and colorsTry a Pairi four RIB HO6E and Girls at lOc lc and 25cVValues dti T Y Full line of Best Makes jrri Mr ngnd Boys Underwear pri hand iot1 I Robertson C1aYhFbkbJ1 Cb I INCdRPOHATEd v IVJ VTi 41 Vcssw6WHEN t i 1tt j r Down town step inan4 I haveaCuofH tChOco1e Beef Tea TomatoVfbEgg Phosphate Fried Oys r Oyster Stew at any time I Itthe cIyIv i F shOsters y A AT ALL TIMES EXTRA ELECTS kATIE ilERiLEIand o Ji L VLV i fft t SVi- I Dressy Shoes c 2 f I i L cIVshould dpTnore tfiali jafiirirfj t IIShoes v i more shoes CAN DObiiVi i I derstood by our patrons1 ltthan by other peopleV I gornI r tiV faction which comes only with jLPERFECfcFf t 1 We carry all the correct Awte 1I Wjr the wanted widths and lenfth awtlw LMj J HOWtofitYOUI 0 I i I We are sole afents for th f1k4V I Queen Quaiity for Ladifv7 I Eclipse rMenVRed School HoUe and Ivan Drew fo1VBoys and Girls J I The oldl Reliable Selz nothinir bstter on the marketVSee our Naptha Calf water proof wIn Her Shoe for Men 1 TheVI GrU n y MoJ V AhiiUo r I L J Wker l lets flewV tt David Parker of Fayette N Yaveteran of the civil war who lost a foot at Qettyaburff says What good Electric Bitters have done is Worth more than five ut1dredcol1arst me I spent much money doctbrinsr lori bad case of stomach trouble to littlel purpose 1 thea trlefl Klectric Bitt jrt and thy cUted rue I now take Mfcem as a tonic andt1tkeep1Ii ferir and well 5Oat HaydonMd Robert soni drugVatOreV cV- ViREsLvS VV Frlit iOTIL1CfltI1V- EverjhIng 4t i f r rctiirt- 1ajgarIefl1 j iWe bav o Fr caIalogu 1 F HIILENMEYEE 4SOsr8 Lexington J1f i r 1 J No t ItII r l T viI poiIiyelahuntiM OQ 7 j J VVJ Y ft jEiVVEi s eo nioll If wrttk Jl oft c 1000KsosLVV kF ti Mp iiPrtTcntica a r a zefor- f children Ttrenticsat the sneeze atUjft to head off all jcplils Boxtijf s25c Sold ljj Rtl CroIru S rI c7 w r JJiT xr i ii i Ihood Home Recipe r v 1k 11IIIi Impk eIpM ecipe at f 71i UM T k Aiyway 1 io 1tfro t 16Y prwcriptibni itiMMiii I EIolIowingIr 3tiL Jfctraet Dedtlion inc k sJfiir Comp und EirorIr oiinoe Compound Syrup 8 1ttdUt rpPOUPCOS1l rSfrUf iJJid a bottle and lake i rj J ii ponful dOM after each t w kl a badtisie j 50 Jdb0jr4 la considered sis tbe f t CMrtaua pr cription ever wrssior1yeThckache KidI 4 iM iTteal lf Weak 31laddr and all forfMf ofUdd irysdifficulties Thi mixture acts promptly ond the e4iwiMiiive tissues of the tWBbUngtbemt filter i awl straiii tbe ti fie acid mod other jVMie water frojB the blbod which ctiMts Rheumatism i SIJMII pssoswho suffer with thnot feel in It ciiiiid to place much confidence b i Iii plmixt11reyet those i wtoblLTelftecr it say the result artiJHiBply surprising the relief Wiif sitected without thesBibJ jWfcIiij rjrt6 the stomach or I5herocganI Mix gome and gi e it a trial It certainly coneS highly recom- jBtaecl It jthe prescription 4 faeJit4nt authority whose t4 eiitire reputation it is sail was MiEliliibeA b1iifc Adr1l Kstberet home when it4rt sk di atitedTthat heco 1d either J supply the ingredients or mix tbfpitBcrjption far ourradersr alao rtconmends it as harmless Nicof Electicmon the tSokia Frederick ttf town Precinct 1l1tj r zj11 cThtifday came J T Wheatley and tweS ylVe othervoteri and citizens ofvtInprecInct No1 Frederick 7 tow Washington County yand r lied a petition praying a submission of the question whether cattle or any i species thereof shall be permitted to rat large in said voting precinct ItiiI therefore ordered that the sherilf fW381nKtonCounty and the i 0 acers of election in said voting pre 4 clact to epem a poll in said precInet at the ext regular election in said precimctfor the purpose of ascertain ing tke will of the voters of said vot ing precinct upon the question It whether or not they wish cattle to nu at large in said voting precinct It IIs farther ordered that the Sheriff of Washington County causenotice of r said election to be published in a papier published in Washington Cotdity Ky In at least four issues andor not less than twenty days be fore said election ursuantto said Order ofthe Wash i C tMCCbuBty Court which was made at ifc jBly term 1908 of said ash iBgtea Counij fkiurt 1 J S Osbourne ntof Washingttfn County Ky kereli3 notIfy the voters of Voting Pre h c Nol Predericktown Wash im too County Ky at the next regu llar November election to ascertain f 1tewill pf the voters of said voting grecinctl upifn the question whether t I ir1Kt they wish cattle to run at large in said voting precinct 3 V J S OSi URNE- tSherifly Wa8KiEkn County ftrWORLD BLAMES BRYAN I vM Mutt Hav Been Familiar WtK H HakILr Record rJtJ Ie New York Worjd Sept 271 lIIImtaulttb be found with i ermor Hnskells resignation asl fie J t tbe Democratic lationjjl inIL ilb that it came a week tOe iiwodld have been ieveI t feand Mr Bryan Bbould 11j baifenged Mr Roo Pelt t JI the Hearst cbargei or any ftther JPiirfec against the Oklahoma govern Jtor Mr Bryan nnttI1lte known Hn 1ke1Iil record when be ussami d per q t MMl re fon8lUltvl for the man If 1H4k1 not tUS bozt ute he I1U 7l rite to be a fupltlve from InformS J 4tI9i11 It BIn rftuhlp flint the mo- net 3lr Roosevelt jsucfeeded In mak lug an IIMtlpor Hnskells record tbe JLlDeMfQcriitkv orpjuuzntion jtvAUld be tcompelletto defeadtlblm was a sorry political b1uiN i s t BLOODWe tve by cue fatood and on Sit Wethriveorstarve s our a blood i rich or poor There is JIOliiIIIdfeioiveollor by Wile strength is full and spirits high we are being re ft hed=one mus le and lDIiIiftiIrbodyJD4 mkdwith cMMIaMri lOw f rich bJood TW JMa1th Whoa weak fai low spirits no j fJIOJprkW when rest iis Mit rMt and sleep is not sleep we are starved our blood is p oe tliife iis M Ue nutriffient iattf 11 IUI theDlo 15 lVVt te keep the Wood rich When a tIke i ScoTTST ADIUL5I N J J ii body going rl itif md child J WIIIdt d WII gad JIIf Mb eibe Wodik COTT A DOWNE W9 rcartStY fhlsaiis HITt KUney Tniilc and Never SlsrGt1P- reraienc t of kidney Dlieuse Most people do nottrcaljjejthe alarm g increase and remarkable prevalency of kidney dtsease- Wbilektdneydist t 0orders are the yr most common y diseases that pre vail they are 0almost the last recognized by i patient and phy v sicians who con tent tKemseltes ith doctoring the effects while the orig nal diteats undermines the system What Tb Do There is comfort in tJie knovledge soften expressetl that Dr Kilmers Swnm Root the great kidney remedy alfills every wish in Uringrheuulatism- patp mule back kidneys jiver bladder and every part of the urinary passage t corrects inability to bold water and scalding pain in pas 11g itt pr bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcome that unpleasant ne- essity of being compelled to go often tIle day and to get up manyI Thetimes uril1Kthe night mildan9 the extraordinary effect of swampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine Sold by drug tgittt You may have a sample bottle A boot that tells all Rr about it botli sent free 0 by mail Address Dr tll Kilmer 8t ConingIhamtonjr Y When Home of SwamREoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and tke address Binghamton NI RESTORING CONFIDENCE Country Impressed With UU ances of Judge Tafjli Jndgt TaftJia steadily rIIODthlcouutrY i llS tlon His jtidlelai pblse his brlety of utterance mid his 1Ici 1Il j I f I jII liNt weelc thlJlintl 1Ilrewv viI9 myjudffinenj the WoTtion of v Mr Tnfl Is of the utmost lippoc tunte to railroad luonas eli3S Jjocause It means the restdRitlont uf cmiiidtMue which IjfhWeVsjiry befffie we iij hope for n ptrma i- uent revival of business The rtttronhlt with the rfliroziils has been their Innhlllty to raise 4 I the niiessary money with which y i to curry On extensions nud Im provements To get thiVjtnotiey tltlltUU1st on Ieon the part of thj JiHrelstiflffpti bite and tbiseom1 ience will certainly be geurel by the election ot Judge raw The campaign has reached the point where It Is wise tto make the personality ofMa1a i Tchowu and familiar orer tile cointry The campaign is marked by Its sober discussion and the manifest movement of the great current of pyblie opinion toward a conservative dcsiro to see the 4 great issues now opening handled with care consideration and a judicial Hcrutihy Judge TJaf t Is a man of Jiction i combativs and aggressive He appeals to the precise ontml 0 of he campaign lie has r cuftideji which draw men nsIblujj In times like these spe chnihklng citR vlfrtion which he recently entered will not onlyII win votes by arousing public interesvt but It will add to the strength of the Republican party In every doubtful state he visits by showing the people u mail IIthey can trust f QOOOC Prosperity dwells yth the American peopl who are not going to turn iY opt at the door to make way for Bry anism Tlia greatest productiveness ant therefore the greatest t reward of or ganized labor are directly In hue with thepofJcies of the Republican party The gospel of Pryiinism nfrarding those who dissent from its dogmas b- pttnsWlthcbarlt for none whi ainlice toward all t etc I u = fW C c C CLERGKlDORSElETY l n hs t Class Him as Highest Type ofth Christian Gentleman In FREQUENT HEADQUARTERS 111iDecfare He and Represents Ideals of Best Statesman shipA Bishops Opinion of the publican Nominee JJecuuse be is the highest typp of the Chrlstlaugentlenian aThisthe pastor of n Methodist Church iuIIi southern Illinois end au argument withll a layman on the train coming over here from St LouIS says the Wash ington correspondent the St Louis GlobeDeuiocrat rhi u dispatch toblsI lirper from Cincinnati The dispatch corthmes The layman paying due re specjt to the cloth of bis opponent was trying to convince him tbnt he should not support Mr rain for the ptesi deniy and instead should vote for his DcnuifrntiC oppoueut The churcbmun defended the principles of tho Hepub lican party fliRt us indicated defended tedltoa churchman becailse he Is the high est type of a Christian gentleman It gave me u new Idea about Mrn Taft It seemed to answer some of the criticisms had heard of the Repub llwui candidate Und his creed In re cent years the Democratic candidate interlarded hJs well paid Chau Ihas 6tures with Sunday serDon tIfcliglousi and emlrelIgIousso cletlesi It seem t4hat ho bus ma hmbst of tliIs influence In this cam pjiign and 1 was curious to discover on my arrival here whether there was support from the Icburch fend semi religious elements In the country for the Repnblican nominee My arrival In this connection Toulil not have been better timed As I en ltered the office of Mr Tafts private secretary Friday I saw Blsbpy 3L C IIartzeIJ of the Methodist Episcopal conferenceIWJtb twelve years and has met and formed the acquaintance of many leading men npt only la Africa but In Europe and America His acquaintance Unit latIn ence within the Methodist church are second to those of few men as he was for fifteen years on officer of the so ciety which founded and now main talus a system of Institutions of learn lug among both white and colored people in the southern states He came to iaduce Mr Taft to make a speech in Chicago before a society of which the bishops son Rev M C Hartzell is president It seemed odd to attempt to inter viQvr a churchman of Ills prominence on a political question at the head inurters of the Republican candidate but laslcdI him for lis view ofMr Taft and the support of him by Chris 1 than people He dnswered very readIly The American peopleare to be cpa grntulated upon the tact that whether Mr Taft or Mr Bryan Is elected pres Idept of tthe United States they will JioVo a man at the bead of the nation who is not only clean In moral charac ter but whose pen sabd speech and ex uniple are always for the best Ideals of our civilization us represented In the teachings of the Christian church The bishop thought for a moment anti theIr continued On some theo logical points 4idiffer from both As If good jPresby erlan I suppose Mr Bryant assents to the doctrine of dl vine decrees which teach that from all eternity It has been fixed who should be sived and who should be lost do not sd read Scriptures Jlr Tart uuderstrind Is one of the Ed ward Everett Utile type bcllevinjr that Christ wagn divinely perfect man whose precepts pad life on earth an ltbe key to mans ealvntlon In time and eternity With the church J believe that in that perfect man dwelt the dl vine nature Applying his discussion in a practical way Bishop Hartzell continued Which of these men shall vote for will not be decided by their religious beliefs but what they are as men and by the principles and policies they stand for In the administration of the government believe that In acting upon this view us an American clti zen I am In harmony with the spirit and purpose of the outuern of our re DubUc who nut Iuo the constitution frifjouf Want i To Bnyaa Ra g71 1 htwill stand every test we have it 1 THE GREAT MAJESTIC I IsBroadtJMinded 4 U Iph II0I IIIII I 1 C THE GREAT MAJESTIC There is none better at any price than the Majestic I ancLthe price is reasonable We also have other makesofL r which Stovesand wft Will s lrat Ranges pris is to please IICooking for the celebrated PERFECTlONOL STOVES Ito Garden Hoesawn Mowers I r Jfr rjRefrigerators Water Coolers We lna15 a specn1tty of Plumbing and Tin 1 BIEUEI I I U4h urir rsit1t1 ile reii0ions tec tio qiiallBcations to any ofllce or pub He trust underthe United States My is that the future safety of e nation depends very largely upon out people heading that proltlhltlon011r qation constitutionalI I moral character 8tnte erature art and religion ito those who asc not beri In strict harmony with ome of the dogmas of the church The days of tlje Inquisition are past Secretary Root on Tariff Wars Threatened tariff wars between the United States and Germany and the United States ned Fraiice hav been erted by commercial agreements ui der the power conferred upon the pp dent lu the third section of the T0fing ley tariff act Per1npsthe Bryaq mnnapcrs dls pliiy such fondness for caiupaljru rahi bowa because they crenIof the tra Utlonal pots of gold at their end f It Is jiosslbli tOC 11P that after Ir Compers spowlips In IVnan fiist fate m ly go DcmocrutSc sGc REV FRANCIS BURGETTE 1 SHORT EXTOLS MR TAFT I It is striking that no one has yet declared that Bryan Is a wise statesman Those who are most c tor his success do not titness but rather IIanxious may at last have found that the people will not xepudlatejnt the polls To return to power Is the main thing of the Democratic party no mat terU It floats Into office On Brynn IHibbl Qr on uuy other conceivable pretext In pronounced contrast Is the estimate that Is universally ex pressed on Tafts iulpment forr fie pesidency Irrespective ibto party all attest to his mastery of affairs and wonderful adniln Istratlve ability The clergy are equally outspoken Among those who chlled Upon Mr Taft at Cln tlnnatl during the week was The Rev Francis tBurgette Short pastor of thelFirst Methodist Episcopal church at Suit Lako City Discussing politics Mr Short snl4- uJudgQ Taft Is eminently fitted In character and practice to oc cupy the highest office In the Jland His efforts to raise a high t standard of life at home his In terest In and solicitude for na as tlons lro a man across Sivh of tbesentnnrkbUlII needs and if we are to continue to hold the undivided admiration of those at homo and those abroad Such a man we must hitvc If we would t4 unike history tnat is gtorlou hnniune slyjj JVIILK PAIL IS FILLING Business Picking Upon Assurance of I Tafts Election Business Is becoming wore active factories are running some full time others nearly so savings banks flint tthat deposits are increasing and many new accounts lire being opened The orlzon Is rosyhued for the man who his goods to sell aid the wan who has labor to dispose of The flume condi tions are reported east and west The small country Jobbers writes a newspaper correspondent from Ohio are doing butter the railroad trains ire jammed with travelers whose tea t mony is to the effect that things are lowly but surely righting themselves and In the manufacturing districts there Is a return to 00 per cent of tbo t ctlvlty of a yeas ago Tie 100 per cent is not far off If tin diction of Taft shall give to uianufac urers mprchants and wage earners the sense Qf Security whkh attache f to impartial mid efficient admlnlstru thou of the Jaws antI protection from suildcn changes which tend tto n Pt tIp oonunerce and labor and cause cpnfu 4iou loss and disappointment to both Many patriotic Democrats frankly declare that their party has never had aJcnder like William Jennings Bryan Whether thIRIis an exultant t llonHt or melancholy adiugslov Is a matter conjecture f J 1P 11I Iist prmidlyXcpnlfpiulPd m tlf l snccessfuj hy Bryan 100 t So was lice Immortal Mr Can Idie thnt matter Yet the Whitt tIHuse wits never designed ns a lyceun I agency a Sbado trtMakeof CarM aUreUabledmgglsts IOObott1eaTry WRItE LETTER la it i iS r Stv 4 L III uo hf t t4EGW IIrIp I c L EtO IGto o- OUttD 11ttNSfl 1tbcPj 1b1o Et4y1O0attiiP t4E T lI KEEP1TUP BRYAN HIMSELF AGAIN Preaches Economic Adsurdities In Same Old Way Mr Bryan who started out very cjon servatlvely at the opening of the campaign resolving evidently to get the confidence of certain editors find busi ness men who ould not stand hisS aforetime radicalism has broken through the traces and given up trying trusiS1attion of anything that does not meet his views without regard to method or consequences As usual be Is not specific as to what means should be employed to carry out his designs He simply In a general way wants to destroy the so called trusts both large and small re gardless of the consequences to others engaged in similar business or of the consuming public He tells us one day that the American people should be al towed to purchase where they can buy the cheapest and another day be tells us that the money from the pockets of the people Is flowing Into the coffers Of the trusts It the latter be true It must be because the people are buying Where they buy the cheapest and If the trust made goods are the cheapest then they erve the cpnsumer rather than injure him Mr Bryan simply dOes hot know what a trust Is Mr Bryan docs not know how to handle financial prob lems Industrial problems or even poi Htlcal problem We have on our stat ute books today laws providing for the JllegltlmateJbuslness ties or Injustice Mr Bryan has not put forth any vlews showing how to prove present methods BRYAN AT TREASURY HELM How Would Buslnesr Men Regard f Secretary Chosen By Him How would the financial community like to face a panic under aBryan secretary of the treasury This ques tion goes to the heart of the degree of confidence which cOuld be placed Inn Bryan administration Even if we had a new Bryan sobered by the responsiI bility of bis afflce would business men feel the assurance of prompt energetic and intelligent action to protect the public faith ned save the money mar ket from disturbance which would be looked fpr under a secretary of the treasury named by Mr Tuft BusIness- men are likely to ponder this seriously between now and November It Is not necessary to assume that Mr Bryan still favors opening the mints to the free coinage of silver to raise n grave doubt as tohls attitudeS on all questions affecting the nance of the financial fabric of the country Up to the convention of 1004 he would not even agree to nfl expres slon of opinion that the silver question had been sidetracked by the great out put of gold and IjlsHnresent associa tions and surroundings are such that It Is doubtful if he could make any sin cero declaration which would jgo far to isestablisht sanity Boston Transcript Colonel Henry Wnttel1Jon In sinM ringly describctl Mr Bryan as a boy orntor Mn Bryan it Is fair to explnln is still an orator whose oratory retains nil Its boyish unlit both ns tto pxtreme freshness 1andThe supply of jspcllblndtjrs may nbt exceed the demand this year but It ap pears that speUWuding must be largely Its own reward AM Bryan will get his rT y Womeri9stroublesthroViacloud onyourwomaly org a tb die order of which has caused your womanly trpubte Tht H2htfinedy for you 1FMaoU bas Ifr1ibackache nervous spells dragging paln irreguJiur fuoctkxa ffa WineJhs R H Lawson of Sprott Ala writes t suffered with female trouHe torl2ji Wld 4 doctors they didno goodS I took Wine of CarduL 1Ihave taken 18 bow fMl fr jilrf d aod better than In 20 yetI Sold by in IIt I I US A i 0oDLF iI iyu- ujjoinewhnt e JMR GOMPERS REBUKED BY TYPOGRAPHERS Cr lEF Norman E McPhail Declares Uni n Labors VOtecanbot Be DcIWrcdI by Set of MenI The vote organized labor at body will not shodld not and cann aI yobyanyIdent of the Typographical union in a letter to Willis L Moore chief of United States weather bureau thtt another voice Js added to the ri ng 1temptvote of free American citizens President McPhcUV letter is as lows i Dear Mr Moor Your letter of Sept 22 hits just been received and read by me as have today returned from a tourof some of our Now Eng land cities for our organization tin reply to the question you ask me will state that jn my opinfbn tht vote of organized labor in this coun try as a body will not and cannot be l delivered to any one party by any one man or rfet of men T allow such a thing wcdMd be suicidall tb the labor movement of the country Members of labor unions asclti t zensr have the right and should care fully consider th platforms and prom lees of the different political parties and should vote as they believe the broadest and best interests of our country lie There can be no objection to from any source and r it Is 10met tlslsI which every citizen should dd asJhas11Izedit is an impossibility Sln NORMAN e erelyyoursIJt LABOR LEGISLATION Republican rtyAirns to Conserve In torestsjof AiMho People Various injunction bills Were consid jred 1n committee iUirlnj both session of thc Flftjulnib iijMlnrst session or the Sixtieth congrc es Duflns the first esslon of tlii Fiftyninth cOn erets wtsiril bI Is yen before tbV JliclhIrtry iVuinltt UliJ hearing wun acctrild and crjisldered It wn foinul however that the labor Inter ests of the country could not Jngrci upon any olehlll and tbat different Tabor leaders were opposed to one or the other blls under consideration Again durfnR the first session of thf Sixtietht cotisress the judiciary com mlttee of tho bouse gave more tlrae and Attention to the various bills pro sented but It was found tbat no Uiit coiild be lutrodufcd that would be sat Isfnctoty to nil the labor Interests and no bill upon which all oienibcrs otcon gresa coiftd Hgroe Thus so called anti InjuncMon legislation Is by no means a partisan mattt r rnl so far neither Duuiocrats nor Uepublicans bnve been able to agree among themselves to a bill that would seem to satisfy till eon IcerUCltTbe jjs no doubt however near future some bill will be enacted Into law and when it Is It will bo found that H will provide pro tettlon for 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