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I f1TrTTc-Al ggLru=Mr IIEmEsYoL Ypu 1z stN WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER s 19O8 P ENT1St- tt 1ceoverflaWma1Barsr 1 1 FfliksrnI pRflGFIaD- pG1zT4D etj et 01 w4itoit Cont 4eiLugWu S it L1so Lae BUYud XUWWS iiiMrod- tupf agricuttttI diatrkt To kI ta1eErP csosr U1bIC u0a11oo p0pU1ItOS0 ka4W0 jsZittcky L W dtti+e 10 1 7rii1xyuty irct y- ctCTJIT SOUR Cstrt bE t f rti- NaT ta 1sbciary P7 40 QCtb A- tiApToeiC1erk 1 J QUASTZZ OULT QdYt1r I4OTX OURT t7 CMrt st 0 tSfI oystta 4SC0tT clerkwJI2t0k414 CittjAtYt- ityO b04V4 Th4w IoTorya tOC wa1cbtU 1pty jrarer igorasry OCSSC ot Ce I TY CQURI eLePOfle rigea Gnce lMarsl iQCtjAttOeX Jtecotur 4n3aflLr7i 3ODI CUCH G W LyO PStOT Sex ci tke iritand 1thd Stuidav t eiiotb 111 917zcL p9- SudYt1O2 6Prtyet tetflg eTery CAOtICCBURCH tRy PF eane Pastor Sex e1retb 1c1 UBrrEZrAcHDRCBI t L CtwA Pastof aia vii iyt 11 a4 at 1 yr1Mrt 10 a prayci k TTlr41 v t a7 Jnq I CHURCH Jter wftaTiIo Wflliarns3 asor Lchi Sunday at 1 attFr reTjry M4 745 pm Stamday ScbpoiI even aat93 a Prayer tneet t 4W T T eye inr t 74SocJoci 5HKISTIAN CHDIiCH L If 1 Rers Pastor Sex wNfi and fourth Strnday Sund LI 7choo1 UQzmi r I I IFrtsriiII Urrs KLcLoK-iset gatkiid oit t 5S ee riy tCoiieIfJo SZ ieetE rtkMay t ta= I yeWk1eNoth1nI mor I ftoOw CtriHac or Hewt was ad aft tev more POWe4 L t bii 7 SL Dr Shoop Jtetoratrvnu rWv iw r 7 T T 1 Iftl 5 5 I j 29 gkt1 Farm5POO Orie o the litrges lieateatite delsooQiummated i n tbis Qtioti j sp Biiinae wits made yesterr dar wh n lrS O Eades of this city sold tiii niagbifieeril farm jM bliXfdnVillQpikej just beyond Gov4 prjrii tpMn A E Hund leyi of Danville The considera l irft flWpOp Tjie farmvcortj taioB 387 acre i which makes the prc per acre about 130 Mr Hundley also bought yes ttrdiy tb 4arni of Mr S O MiltpQ whicti adjoins the Dr Ksdec farm at 115 perI acre This firm contains 118 acres TJwi total price paid oy dr Btsgadley fJr the two places was ffi5506 and makes sr tract of 5dpftcrtsV Dr Eadee bought the pTc r from Mr Hundley threet yetrs ago forT4iOOO Lt is one of the De ti farms in the Bu0 Gnias Section and is in a high tate of cultivation Dr Eades has just about completed sowing 100 acres of it in wheat The Mijton tract is aTso a very fine farm and in an excellent condi tion Both contain modern homes andsplerididbatbuildings It is understood that Mr JETundley boughFthe two farms for hissPn Mr Guy Hundley aiid will present them tpiim4p laaorrow as a bridal jixesedI Hison will be married fl Tille tomorrow to Miss Eliza Joritis ofthatplHce Miss Tones ia said tpbe quite wealthy Har rpdsbu g Democrat H A CisseCalLgMrii Ada L NCroom the widely knows proprietor of the Orooin Xotel V afhn Alj83r says For several months I suffered with a 6qrerecongh and cOnsuHaption seemed to Lave its grip on me when a friend recommen dec Dr inglslTetv Discovery Ibe gaa taking it and three bottles affect d complete cure The fame of thUiifB savingcough and cold reme dy and lung and threat healer s VorJd wide Sdld at Haydoa Robert sons drngfitore 50candl Trial bottle free v rs WAE 36 perweak or4OO per teqt5pcfit All ampiSt sfcationery aria artfcatalogue free We anC dtie perm Derit agent in this locality for the largest picture and frame house in America Experience unnecessary Te instruct you how to sell jour goods and fur nish thecapttalv If you want a permanent nonor ole aid profiti aolepMD itioh write lis 4 lay1thi particulars catalogue and sam ples Frank W Williams Coj J2liHfcTaylor St Chicago III A JgppgA most singular phenomona was winessed last Thursday on he farm ofxMr Andy Lawson on the Fallis Run pike in the west end of the county Owing 10 the continuous drought the ponds and wells on Mr Lawspng farm hid gone dry and he wasi driving his stock to water and was getting drinking water just anywhere that commodity might be founds when to his OTnaze msnt and great joy gn the day aientioneH a spring Ifroka out on his place near the piker run ning an abundance of the clear e tand finest of water and form lug a branch through his farm The strange part of the matter a that even in the wettest weath jrxno indications of a stream be tbgi near this place was ever pbr erved Mr Lawson is over joyed and has gone abput ih S tieghborb ood telli n K everybody of the aprirg and that he nov has plenty pf water and Is inv It tg everyjbody to come and help lheinselvesHarrPd burg fler k it any tune when your stouacb U n 5itri good condition you should take Kbdol bscausa nodol digests all the tood vba ear and it suppUeshealtli jind strength for the itomach la that ray You takeKodol for jjtst a little while when you have slight attacks of indigestion and you tko just a iVtle longer la order to get relief from efere attacks of Indigestion or ervo DyspepsLa TrYKc4oItoda- by Red CrosDrugfore LEBAio LOCAIJS frojft The Ereadef 2 Ms Po Itondie d tSifi hoxiefiley JaSocxisumption Her r maia were laid tpv ret SantUy afterooottin Kyfc cemetery af terJwrvicW at the house Bei sides hr busband the is surDyiyed by several children Missieres B BlaWfofd ot XiOiiisvHle and MrvMafctin L Mudcl pf St Marys iieighbpr hood wore married lu Louisville Tuesday Miss Bland ford is a pretty attractive younglady and formerly lived in this cannty Mr Mupd Is a popular young farmer artd well connected in this county f Y vMiss Cassie Purdy the 18 year old daughter of Mr Tom Purdy dieii atthe home of her father nearJBradfordsvilJe Thursday of consumption The funeral ser vice wereopnducted pt Qld Li berty lastFriday by Rest Mont gonibryi of the Ohristian church fQuite a number of business tfol sesVre now suppied with telephones and the tinkling of the little bell sounds like music aflerv so long a silence The 6dxes are being put in as fast as the Three can install them and it willnot be longjrnow until ths sjstemis complete Fapk ShiVely a colored boy abcut seventeen years old was tried for pointing deadly weap Sic on atone James McBlroy also of cplprv Ire seBmsthat bothvyonths a enamored Pf the same dusky damseland ttj trouble occurred rhile returning rom a dance Ilast Thursday night Afer hearing the testimony da large number of witnesfies u firie of 50 was imposed A JEWEtints EXPERIENCE C EL lapar The Jeweler 105IJ Vi- rinIaAe Indianapolis Indwrites I was so weak froth kidney rouble that I could hardly walk a hundred leetT JFoar bottles of JFoleys idney Remedy cleared ray complexion curedmy backache and the inegulari tiesd isappeared and lean ngw attend tbusiness everyday and recommend Fisoieysidneyere as it cared the allerrthe doctors and otheV reniedieshad failed r Sold byHaydon A Robertson qoiice to Contractorj Sealed bfds will be received by meuntilL + t 4cNEMBELl 1str tori the bridge across Beech ti the tMt Zibn turnpikeV tttethi MoctresviHe and Hays scales tWashfngton smsiOn5ered are r e n gth 523f esel lengt of raf fr rs if2 feet qn each side The shingles used must be Wash iington red cedar 5 to 2 inches and put on so as to have 4 inches to thte weather Bids may be mi de for the work ajoneorfoffurnishr JinK the shingles and doing the twork55f K MAYESJ jSBurns bruises and scratches big1 gnd little cuts or in fat anything requiring asalvej are best and quiclt eltl soothed and bea1ed by DeWitts arbolized Witch Hazel Salve The best salve for pifes BethryougegDe Witts Sold by gStcref PUBLIC SALE At my farm three mUes south west of Springfield at Gecilsville IvUlon v FRIDAY OC 30th beginning at 1 oclock B Mt4 offer for Bale the following 41 S f 2 good mares 1 work mule 1 mare mulevcolt A 4 year old harnesis horse 2 milk cows 2 steer calves Five Head bf Registered J V Black Polled Cattle consisting off a rIingbu11I a yearling heifer 3 cows4 to 6 years old 2 of them due to have calves 0172bales6 stacks of hay 200 bushels of corn v a set of blacksmith toblsv farming implements 2 doiiblershpvel plows a sinfle sMovel plow r h 2 breaking plows htrrow a corn heller AJot HojisehQld and i Kitchen Furniture TERMS will be announced at the bale Jii MathI iniC1The Republican Cani4tq for Congre Makes a i Fine Irriprewion ink SpeecR HereIti A Dr David W Gaddie the Re tpubhcan candidate for Repre sentatiye in Congress from them Fourth district spoke to an ap1 preciative audience composed of Republican and Democrats It was the first time Dr Gaddie i had ever made political speech before a Washington county au dience and the impression be made on those who heard h s speech was a good one and por tends well for his success with the yPters of this county Pn next Tuesday The speaker devoted 4tie greater par oj his time to the discussion of national question and showed by his familiarit with the great national question that Dr caddie is a student ifi c ivil governrnent and tatesthanj ship He defended the repuh1de an partys attitude on a urndshowedtective tariff means the prpspirV tty of American industries Vaifd consequeafcly good wages yo ihl American wbrkingman 1 Dr Gaddie ridiculed the ati tude caittam Democratic leadejirs have assumed toward the nerp voter He called to the mind 65 the cOrd brother the actlthal his 1ibeftjandt every privIege and advantage that he now enp jjoys are results of Republican legislation arid friendship and not Democratic that5 never be ffore has the Democratic party sought the colored yote and only because of the dire need of votes the colored brother courted at all by tlie Democrats The i colore race has been a stench iri the npstrils of the Democrat party until this campaign and now he smeJIfc fjped id thev JJfemocratic candidate but when after the colored hrotner has A his otfethq will be us carion- o his erstwhile Democratic f a friends CDrtcrfiis Opponent Hon Ben John on and aee ared til at Mr Johndon hid taken the jub of con ducting the State campaign whQirthere are a score or trore Democratic leaders in the State who are not candidates for ofiice v arid who frere fully as capable conducting thB campaign as Mr Johnson He intimated thatMr Johnson had no desire to discuss 9 he1ueson the campaign from the stump and so accepted the jjbj on the campaign committee in order to avojd uieetiag his opa pbnent for Congress on the j stumpr Dr Gaddiersaid that he ha been criticised and misquot ed for his reference to Mr John sops liberal contributions to the churchts of the Fourth Con- Sessinaldistritwrch contri butions Were strange to say made J during Mr Johnsons campaign for votes He said thathe knew of no better way to explain his attitude on that question than to read a letter wliich he had writ ten to a lady iri response to an invitationi from her for a contri bution for her church Tne lletter in full is asfollows- llodgenvilhj Ky Sept 26 Miss grace 4abb r Summit Ky My dear Miss Tabtt I am kiri receipt of yours of re cent date statingfthutyt ur people had suffered a jloss by tirede stroying your church and asking me for a contribution 5to aid in rebuilding same Now I wish to most respectfully say thot I am in sympathy in tevery sebsre of the word witti every moVe that teids to the upbuilding of the Masters Cause and hayS always delighted to give my means to ward thi but I do not eleive that any candidate for office should contribute to sosicreaa Cause as its would justly be con isidereda bid for votes a ad as a move to pull the Church off God into politics f honestly think that Use Church should remain sacred to the cause of Christ and to the upbuilding of His Kinjr dom In my opinion auy candi date who gives a dollar to a Ghurchtioyond thjB ordinary do riationh mikes when not a can didate does so for the purpose of obtaining the votes of men Now I will take great pleasure in again opening a correspond deuce with you after the election whether 1 win or lose and at a ttme when my motives can not be questioned and when 1 can 7a Him Froni whom all Bless gs flow that I an giving be caL ord usc I love thy Kingdomi I haveheardJofadistinguishEd candidate who has behind him arid withiniis reach a vast sun of money giving promiscuously the cjiurches of his district jis not for metosay what p greatl1bevityal of Chjistian people of all de noniinatlQns fo look well to ans motives before accepting donatjprts It is indeed noble ofyou to take an active interest in behalf bfi your church Again Jetnie say to you that Jhop8 fo confer with you after the Md of rtfvember Trnsti ngf tjiittr yiu 4n4f Chl other gpodpbple ofypiir clUrcn n y fully preiate m7 pOition hn b eleiin my sinceritiy of pur bs6FI am Vefy truly yours I 11 V WGAi pte i ffcware of O tnteiifs for jnatirrh That talnMercwry as Ttfercury will surely destroy the llenseaE sWell and completely derange the whole system when ent riDg1 it through the macous surfaces SticiI articles should neyer beLysed except onprescriptionsfromcreputable phy sicians as the damage they wlIIdoJs n fold to the good you call posslblr rive prom thenb Hall CatnrrK e matiufacturedTby F J Cehenejf- of Toledo SO contains no uter cury and iatakeninterually acting directly upon the bided and ipascous enrfaces of the yslem In buy ing Halls Catarrh Cure be sure youget the genuine it is taken internally and madejn Toledo Ohio yF J Cheney o Testimonial free Sold by Druggfsts Srce 75c per fboUfe Take Halia Family Pills for qousti atlon tyyHFdinsaC1iapelV a ur and Mrs Lee Hjatt have movvedto Pen wick and Mr and Mrs Will Barker of Feuwjcfc have moved into the house Vaca ted by MjpvHialt Mr Barker is a good neighbor and weare glad lo welcome him ins our midst iVMr Bornad Warren ofPen We spent severalldays Jatjyeek with his sister Mrs Robert qlon TbB peoplejiri Ihlsc6nlmunity re about ItbrbugS cutting fieir orn fj J Mr Willie Eenwickrof Pen wicki spen Saturday adSunt- y with hisouinMr Leongr Owick itf Mr jSv W Cocanougher r bought of some parJbie at J Iaek svi lie an ice mare oi125 f Mrtind Mrs tanley Ken wick Spent Saturday night with ilil latt rs parents MiViand Mrs R Lanham Mrs Merlon Swe hey Mack viMe spent Tuesday with the fa IIiifly rff NlIieLogsoii Mr George r Pen wick spentt Sunday in Saint Marys Mr and Mrs Bird UoCfee 0 T With Mrsr Lee Hiatt I Messrs1 Oscarj Albert andLeo fLanham spent urday with theft unclear SGiLogsdon 1 Ashewsis dcLt will rin 011 andea1Laga n wekL Where Pallets flew v PaviiParker of Fatte55N L I veteran of the civil wart who lost a f foot at gooE1ectrIcmore than five huudreddollara to me I spent much money iJoctgrim for bad caee of stomach trquble ioliftl purpose I then tried KlectrjcBitteri and they cured mc I now taketTiem as a tonic and they keep ne strong and well 60s at Hayden aid Kobert s nja drug store BIAND BROAD Metodistorso the Caiid- dacy of Wjjtiam Hafty All lunqu llflcdju approval of 3 William U Taftm iprosMen S tiaf tdidite1ven by the Revi gains COOteIiL D piistor S of t e Methodist Episcopal church Jn Thoippsonvllle lonn whop he caHe4 at ihe heafiu nrtcrs oT lC1Ub1ICa11f1atIoVnIcornnhltS te pFo yenig Dr bdte has tiken a protnuentp dj Moth odistefrcles ti Ne thL1ntl nn New york bvinhee a 9 rcsIdIig older ilud Iiq cupIe Iead1ng imliiIts uiiu hs spukeipio ear ncstly ip savor of thorp work urlsoan n1ss1one tic lug In tIa Plillipplites jpCh1haJJa In tu Orient 4n Tnft snfd Mr Cbft In a uddrsd nt Yule unIvrIty he that Ide 1eulnrT Tier occavAifoii be slQkeeujht VMI- VoftHo gopil Jjcfhg doiic3j ng rve hrIst1apevunpetflsiff hi th d1ffCrCfl cnuutrej 1iklJhevItcJeens tbhio t no e4ngeIJiI ci1stIzi1 hou1d 5 1 11O31t4e 5t0 nIort fudge Tiii- lTICiusta Itg nj1brond i Ijjjfrclifflous Ideya afivfio Is In bin P1iYsIa rOpoiUUe canbe t1usted to do riis fair and 4riUt ylii al aeiiilnntlons5 c l Ofl conflocfea tliaf what Jtulge Taft hniJ1d ort DlJgious 1 TQatters ynsjnoior jollteni ef ftc fectc lie has gojie liltber aiid tliltherdohi4r t w r bafore him unfT thiuuiuc time his X keen Quservation and nig seuso of faiirpess have led him repeat lyya1to gIve Jjivaoy iv hla apprecfatlQh of the work of Curistliin inlssioivs cverywu re itr Thonipsonvlilicf tone of Sthc largest cniTct raanufactdr Xrlng Plnuts lp tile orldj con A tluued I Coote Dnrlhg the Ins De sqefatlc udmintstriitfoS uthrit fest tblls1in nt was com X polled etose and the thou ifi L QUS iAFY 1UQO portion r juosc hud to leave the toWi list observation tS that tluvptopi iq that 8Cjtjoirof tha 11rouIti 51jJIP1bffl tbflt experf 5ei5se iitIzt th do not c ueSfi4tLer juIiiiInhrntion l1nt 4 Is Hkcly to result so disastrous Cold WekerA4vIceS to all lIs to bexrare of coughs and cQld OJ the chest as neglected they readily i lead to pneutooula consumption or other pulmonary trOubles Jasta3 spon as the cough appears treat it r with Bllarda Horehotind S rnp the standard cure ot America Use as directed perfectly hirmless Aure l and preventive for all digsases of the lungs Price 25c 5Q and1 per bottle Sold by Red Cross Drugstore HAZELSAL J Enjoyed By EYcrybodmt WI TRfi4uoviifc Squire vH drtnVPUic oit StUr iaay latfe J A crowd vanonslf cttim ted jab from 1000 tdJyW ii ople ji spent the day on last Saturday in the srove at Squire Nimrc Hendrensr place near WUlirbur The occasion was a general re union pnd picriic qf2theo1c diers of the Bluemiii tb GRTj the Mexican veterans inC jfchV Spanish American war veUrani The members pf the D golfea of the Confederacy udthevEii dies of Ihe d A Rwere also representedy A speakers stand hid 1en erecr ecl in the beauUf al grpve and preparations Iwe re mad for se ving A bountitur dinner which had beeq prvrided by the good honse ives of the neigh borhodji A braband was in att n ance and enlmhed I the occasionlwHl military haQa otUar ppptilant tunes The morning was speut jni spcJial intercourseknd hand s haldng mOn tP pd so1dje 1S andtlldr wfls and daughter At floon the jcrotvd wa1 Jyavitid to fall tu aqd partake of tfre bountifol dinner whTcb cpoaujt S of every thing he couptry rttford fed insheatjng line Icfis needles afthaWJae visitors showed their appreciation ofthe god spread by Actions w ikjh spulc opdsr thdflWQId 1 After dinqer the erd ruad tbEspeftkersstid and wore entetained ifor afti- hy some goodpatrioEic pejicK The prmcipalV 35kre0Prof G prg Col van and ALto neys W 1ig3byapdMarti 11 Duncan of SpMngfipJ The ir remarks werp nell chotem Irpr tile occasion and wrr ir ljte J3ei ved SquirfrNimrcfd ffe thSn Was nlast erof ic6rempnies knich position be filled with di iipctioi and succeeded in making eyfiiy bbcCv feel athornar Stomach troubles wnuidmorequicl 7 isappearif the idea of tieatiaf the cause rather than thfe uffectj would niside 5tllnhidlennerveoop governs and gtesstrength to tlie stftmacti A brancii also goes to the Heart and netbtle Kidney Whe a these inide nerv s faiL then the organs must falser Dr hops tRe storative is directed sp cificailj to thee failing nerves Within 48hours after staTtingtheBestora vle treatr meat gatientssay theyream a ain Sol y Bed Gross Drug Store NoticeI All persons ie notified that my Jands lively forbid anyone trespessln on them or pssing aroulam y 3Piirdsnight and dp not wnntrip sip 4 any iniocent person T M Hoivtn W v uIWItbii- GOV A I f Will address the voters of Washiriigtdn count Ty1olida Atioclock pm I On the political Issues oj thiyand in tIderest o- the iifeniiblican tickettJ IT EVERYmY 1N1EDfti i J V l aJ i i n r 4J9I taSArtwIIi1h at5ailao1s Will keM 1giiofr ao ck betsall wlilck o4e ei the oiibut It retund- I deolawd SOIeMflIytJt l ftakabI Ieisoai T iie1ti J are mt JnetIetI to ssrm i imatter ai Ster turai 4a ipetraI eatIt 01 iLi hewier tt hcbdSi7 be ft0 Ia rerka I 0wJiere tb k itLlotli they aiy t ane Isp cIfly wh IaretrngrIIs1 wall ound aaa throws it LkOH Sfl5 eoirn tst re ot hby fptps a l gfiid sh ifs baa ftcqtol rd vus1Sto e U4r ojapl mae RottTt4 dwtffg Acoeitk peoc ufound of soefe utrstepj fcfcpit tfe ttllInvestigation of thtar BM t Ml t be c far4i r- IiexpljcWe ei urn not In the ecitrvc of prJgn cC wlikh uy 1w wIth grt d1bealty b b 1b nZwhenMa IMIi bmi w pause lgsl q mnterri1te4 b tb 5Sii althougtl wily a ye7 tdrro StOCOSS V D41tR5lN I 4 teum sW W eoi endibeet fnf flf5- q iAdu5d by te Srtng lisle t1 on Feb l loot M at0kWSRTleg far QuYt TLheard at all p si- hani 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WaraboMa eo pa is ataJciactraaucHW efforts IN 1M7 p iba srnp of Waahiag I oay oseo Biiyrs rtffjisssjHjs MM ooaoari RyJI aami sw OCK T aoi ftkaaie JMsfii sjpoaaaiam A vayiMg saTac Iiiavapf payiac tjiiti liberally rt Tba N irsLadarJ 1 hs1 xtits sdvi to be1 teaaieao gfowats aad tbMr ia llsl 1h Mi iai aarly The H ss aaikt at Ig1Ikiiaraj a ass object is to ittaWa good puce Tor 1Htt aa4 the faa c Slisarii a1t iad gEveit a trial r lC o aaCl to loee 11 waitimf I- tisirb7iti M If r i bi at attiafiei baca soiab ifite bbs bayara L iIM Mwrei y wUl UU ba iaMM ftaM aadt M tooacoa rgMwac tlua ysi- rYsarot otiidig BwIU baIMOJJc J saSalaf o aall Tbspitio- MNg w ie goo- dS1ta I 4 pa KasjaWibaaa of WaaWag s w the ortaiity t aaigy tba pjovaty again this y ttaajorUyfor a Katisaal ticket as they janicfM it 1ysirfortb8tat Mst rfearf ilo isporseilS 4hgbO aa4 U at yartaat aa aa4 tit ia to get hJ rMbh Mttf ISM polls on KoTMibar IvaV raryiofd R abttc B iIi iiaja elt that ayary Ka l M ia thsooty ill 1 eo ttW4 With that r4isibal ooaidat thaitI j c ptoav frill roll up a i ajshr fortafa1l4it wm sal toe Drn If Jtac ItiprsasaisAta In TOIMl4siBt tvary s aa sboald bswoNSWktbaj Us Bsafk Wr k a4 work a4ao p1f jahskU this j4k tbe N t == uso t sir4 Qt 4 4 to Zie 1f oir t ll t tiMttj 31g Sjl4td A J 11HIg n ja4 siyJ 4 iasi 1taiI- A p1 TtWrehJ tar Ii b uit tvn E4M a tiw l 4 I r Pafillam f tt 1fuJM1N ia sctraa here a t wiUiito aaribbia a 2e w t Mr OUoHall sal Misalas j raM ware armd at tfea fcoae RtTi BlaaattOctobar 11 Tips raal astata deak that baa ba mad iDMor last wetter Key Hatcbaitsold hid AaralJ store Md bis fare to h JQMioaciJual ArMrso1d hia home farm to Wfflkai Jenkins tor28QO he WHIMhutolere M A Shialda sold his ittrn oH R HtCI2 tt for f28 JBvil GUI bought oM 0 Poster 1I ffara for 1800 WallI ofcapo bayara are quite jiamaroaa and are paying good jrioas The pricaa baing paidi ara from lOc tp I8c par puind brit ia falling from 65o70 a laperh ab l Mr J K Mayea who has J eon the sick oUst for llftiaM M M battar at this writing communityMdoosiy Md Mooiiay Taft kxAs like a wjnftiar I tickj what do you a 1Letts pai him ia will ypaS sayhba elected Iasked bi why bV hadHvfraltdlead and if Bryan could get it be opold gite his cattle away and get a job with ha team Idontwantuygiyiag Mr Bryan muchenz eoarAgeiaeak Friend Democrat siaslf abMtiais sod kit right 4Aia You QrY HALl AUVK PjM jae with kidney trouble are so weal and exhaasted that they arebnlj kaif ajive Fbleys idacy Ree4f IUk8 healthy kklneys restores llost vitality and weak delicate people are restored to health Kef use aoj baPo1es Selid ly Haydda Rbbertsoa Fur View Mrs N JBt Oliver has gone to yisitraktiyaa Triggcoanyr Mr and Mrs Wash Heady of Chaplin vlaited relatives here thiaweek spentfrOsibar paratite at kjimstown lira Jas Traaxs fther and mother pSaturday and Sun day with her Yoarooeregpoodent wishes to extend her congratulation to Mr and Mrs John T bin There will be an allrday meet ifopeSatarosy Mrs Alec Yates and son Dp Join have gone to visit their daughter and sister Mrs Dr Crain v in New Mexico wbois YSry1l1SMrs Louis Call is born from Lexington where he basbsenat Miiag school of music Mrs Taata Harieaty and Mrs John SLsveoudiped with Mrs F M Carney Wedaasday BrditQwnFriday Mrs Grace vlaited irs Luc- Ann firisby Tuesday Mrs L A Smothers and chil dren yiaited ner daughter Mis tt D Carney Sunday and Mon dayIMr and Mrs Fied Cheathara aid daighter dwed at the home of Mr mrvey Hardm Sanday r A piescriptioa is prfted upon each Kc kpzjot Dpf hoops Flak Pala TaWets Ask your Doctor or Druggist if this formula la xot cornS pletJ Head palate woaaaly palas pains axywhere gets instaLat relief oldbyrCrosDrug Store Mclntire daughterBoie TwyrnanKesnKeenMrs J B Keen visited bet SundajMrslift Jut Thursday morning for 4utbouyMhslMieaaa Margaretta and Loujee MontCQfnerv Meade county who hay been visiting relative at this puce returned home Sturdy spentSundayKaea4 nelgbborboodirnwater Moat eTerypoe is Mating water foatockMr paint1nggreatly to itt looks visitt9thrtthiplceMIe 1naaUmoat adllllraWmaDDer last Thurnlay erevteg 1uic and other features of enjoyment were iBdalgad in until a late hour wtoen re reahmeftta were serytid after which the gste Asfjartied MklrJsLIO rjthIch tey- were sibsrbtise Pa1sia ey aMtcacs- Ip lkekU =Jw p1 Sold bMaydo k BteWrt Mir rt t lJ s WE START THE SEASON 4 With a Flood Of Money Savers r fi haJt t wtlivyouI share in fhis bargain fettst you will miss some of the greatest opportunities that will be presented this iiaod iii4 sDreae 60in Panama SOc 54incb Broad Cloth lipa 86in Wool Serge 50c OO4in4in Silk Warp San Toy 150 54in LadieaClGth The 54in Repellint 50c 1 M M I LsvaiidaIsjL love ate bag Ito the eeajBgal rale la JapswMre they ten tak stejry to Wastage the traasitery love ef the eccideat toUriDIJb1tthe loud ia the place pabllc jbeslde the dyer aa aid woaaa selllag trinkets WMt la the price ot thJslJIe asked taking up aa antlqse ring of all rer aqd sapphires Is It fee year wife or your sweet Marti 8aW the eld womaa- For say sweetheart Fifty trueFifty fraacs t NoasenseP JUdthsi toarist turned angrily Away II Ceeae hack said the old woman Take it for tea Youre beenlylag to oe though You have ao sweetheart Red the ring entoJ her youd UTe bought It at eaceFwitboat regard to Its Price 1N1 will take it1 said the tourist ssaiUag Here are the tea Xrancs- So the old wOman wrapped the rlarap Jet yea haveat a wife either sae grambied It Itf had beea for her yoad have beaten me down to lye frai i Oh yea menr JeXOWLEDOiww Teywott Ja beavea she U Its light Its Oo4 highTheughtlmefi I Mghut thwurl4j 4dois Tbspuxs- ad Sees her forever and ia youth we come TlOed with her sainted revttbmeat and kseeT WenhlylBg Ood through her sweet alUr JrJLad then le knowledge joeL Nathtalel Prk trails A Shet That Reteilse Bishop Leoi1das1PeIk a Coafederate sjeaeral wBRone day riding ia the rear of Ute line of march JL straggler whose rough shoes had blistered his feet was sitting by the roadside when the geaeral came ap What company do yoa belong toad the geaefaL wlanarepl1edWMlt1a WejUw sir yea are a long way from year cesaaaad The stranger aot knowing the gen seal laqaired What company do you betoagter PM geaemlaatrwered 9 asa a cap taia ia the army of the Lord WenIIr retorted the straggler I aeaW say yea are a lloag way from your ceatBMtaeU0 Net Alleys What Thy Seem Professor aad iMrs Hailey weeap a traht Vejiai fec New Jerk where Xb resii was to speak before a aatSeaal eearsatloa He wade use ef the hear aa4 twenty athMtes he spent la the tnJsihy jreheaneaff Ms speech la I es eiee1I8III his k Hi to eta HHasiss eeraua isSJL ha7 uatiHMB whe was sitting eTsreetiy boWed Sfri aad MrK Hadleyi- HMl irhe h 4 beta wateiifBg aad Jtetear 11a ad p4sr lrtl- l Vasf em the ahsaMe t sa feellagly l UY1 say aiisatky a y peejr weaian hare one just like hi arnL wot e rti I FIJI tOSTBER WE AR r Men s Fleeced Ribbed Underwear 50c Womens Fine Ribbed Vest and Pants 50c Womens Silk Finish Union Suit 100r Womens Flaeced Ribbed Union Suits 50c Misses Pine Fleececl Vast and Pants 85c Misses Fine Fleeced Union Suit 50c Boys Fleeced Ribbed Shirts and Drawer SOc Boys Silver Fleeced Union Swtsc KILLJHaCOUCH Am CURE THE c8 Br n f A ILL TIIIMY ANI LU111IIIILEL- V IATIZAOTOZI- OR XOYZY ZZ7UMDID Making a Jb of It r tTho bad a weakness for the Wine ort e cotiutty once did a dayp trork for an Irish vlllafee priest and labored so nobly that when he begged for a drink at the end of It the kind man bad not the heart to refuse Tlsa nail In your coma all the Same Pqt said be as he jjpured out a couple otfingerst It is that your rlverence said Pat as he dtalned the glass but now that yere the hammer In your hand ye molfht ai well dhroive la aaotherl- K Self lmprovcm nt Is It ute how can the laboring man find time for self culture I answer that an earnest purpose finds this or makes It It seizes oa spare aaoaents and turns fragments to golden ac count A alan who follows his calling with Industry and spirit and Uses his earnings economically will always have some portion of the day at coin finnril And It is astoBliklnr how fruitful of Improvemeat a short season becomes when eagerly Mixed and faithfully used A single hour la the day steadily given 1p the study of some Interesting subject brings unexpected JplowledpWUl1u1Ellery Net the Klng Itoyal names far totete are wme aI make a visit to Toroato It was tile first time hV had beeirt a city station and when a hotel crier hurried to him with the interrogation King Ed want rth newcomer simply amlled hE answered No slrTaoma Cox pf Eramosa j Two Dear Stats Sarah Bernhardt while la Lodon tinceftdropped lato a booksellers I lOldhcr quite a pile of books wW the yroprlctpr andsheJ sNsa id pleased As she was gofftg out sht topic toW of my pencil and asked me sometalsg Ur French which IdSd not undewtaud Seeing that I failed to catch her swtin lug she looked about oa the counters tJeu qakk as task she tooi up a lwme of one of tte vei belt sets of fecott TboBBd la tree calf optaed at the very ceater wr 4 spaiethlaf ttrtckly eaiatfy tore eatttM l af huJe4 Iit te as IIkd aM irtlttCMI 5The uteaised bOar tattlttS AM sl45h k44 written a fMMjfer twa fte her rf rai nee that eveeiair Mafallcea bt It WM not a chsep atsrtafaiaisat ter tht J selr lJ Cottons Bordered Ginghams Outing LipenOrash I CLOTHI6 Schaiftier Marx Suits 11800 3000 Mocb Cos Suits 5 XTto20 H A BeiriheimerN Co Youth Suits S00 to 12 50 HA Seinsheimer JosCIi1 drens Suits 250 to750 Mens 52in Over at750 to 2500 Mens Rain Coat75Oto2b00 Youths Overcoats 350 td J Childs Overcoats 125 to 7 50 coLL Hate All of the latent Fall and Winter f shapes iin Mens Hats We cordiallyl invite you to visit beforeus making your pur 6hases it f It Helped Zimmerman the eminent pbystclaa was sent from Hanover to attend Frederick the Great In ills last Illness One day the king said te him You have I presume sir helped many a man into another world This was rather a bitter tyll for the doctor but thfI dose bevigave the king in return was a judicious mixture of truth and flattery Not so many as your majesty Rot with so much honor to myself lalnes Tart Retort Wheri James G Blame was a mem ber of the house of representatives bo once had n debate with another member who was doing some tering The remarks exchanged grew warm and the argument finally cul minated in this remark by the Irate filibuster iOn another occasion I shall ask the from laThe to taker supper with me in hell There was n moments and then Blame bowed low as he replied I thank the gentleman for his khid ly invitation I hive bad many Invita tions in my life but this is the first tfme I hive ever been asked to lislt Democratic headquarters Twe Large Ifs An optimistic sort otachap who made the best of everything got lost in the Maine woods with a companion on a bunting expedition As sight came on they made camp but al though they were hungry they had shot nor game and had nothing to eat With a perfectly serious face this fel low looked at his companloa and Hid If we only had some ham wed bave ham and eggs It we only had some eggs 1 WAr Made Fir CrtBegin the morning by saying to thy self I shall meet this day with the busybody the ungrateful arrogant deceitful envlons unsocial All tbese tbuigs happen to them by reasoa of their Ignorance of what la good devil But I who have seen thv aatare of the good that It is beautiful aad of the bad that it is ugly can neIther be Injured hiany oft theantorBO one can fix on me what Is uglynor caa I Ibe angry with my nelgbor rior lisle hnjT We tIre made for oopcrattoB To net against on T another then In coutJtrtu nature and It Is acting tgnliiist out another to be vexed and turn nwayMreus Aarellus His Epitaph Hilaryflarkneea was a politician of the lowest type and unsuccessful at that His wbofe life wjis devoted to eatLe seeking He spent tlilrtyscveu years valnfy seeking a 5000 oIlccI i A awdeit shaft was pet above his re fq wala and the executor asked tdref histewa jiaper teMsgpeetai ea Itaphie sj6 Bfwfl Ute shaft rtThe editor thevght a aofueet TJtHJ he ss Ihn sUsstag a se t ef pa per la his he clicked ofT Here lies fllaryflarlnesl In t keenly place tot which he never applied1 J Linens and Best s5cLHooeier 5c Ji Hope Cotton SJc 4 Apron 6c Canton Flanneli 5c Bleach 6c 15 in lOc Hart to Berman f 1250 i gentleman silence tHeir Cotton rIi CLOAKS 300 Womens Misaea M Otidres Gfcta L a tan red navy and Gojpaabaf i M aa Tfca p r display of ever town ia this markai W heavily and will sake to iftaoi 0 Wemeiis tliabpse M fHIM Jte c icl ttolOOOUiN1usOSEsL25 t ift ShOES i rFloerslieims Fine Shoes lor Men in Patent Tan ilnd Oxblood for 500 Douglass Pine Shoes In Tan and Oxbjood forj350 Douglas Shoes for Bovgira and Tan 250 KrippendQrfOittman Uos fine JSlToes Women 2 50 to 44 00 T C E Shoes for Women In Kid BoiGalfan Kangaroo Calf 175 v J Q Ei ShoeaJor Boys in Patenti orCalfVanct tFull stock MenVand Boy slight To Shoeavfa t black ad5tair V t Y1tltt12 4 Blankets worth 3 50 for 2 50 124 All wool Blankets 1000 for 7QO 114 AUl Wool Blankets worth 800 for00v 114 All Wool Blankets worth 85p for 5 90 104 All Wool Blankets 300 400 and 1 450 5S J5Full size Bed Comforts for f1X Full size White Cotton filled vCkjmfbrts 1 50 i Silkoline Comforts 2 00 to 350P J ccWall Piper J t 4t 357 JOCri pt t M Bftacuia 1 h set of 4iivcaii iJ l0yiar r tie Hvova fori 33216 Mire4 XVa if r 2Y Em i c Opttoa iBgraim fcrj j JUOlCOIagraaCatps ExtrSrJKlii h t j 1 t JIT Vti 1AxiaIster Crpt JlJ9x11 Tapestry Ba jti12 TapeMrl1 t1t t x32 Velvet Rugs laOO i r Ii jcl2AxMiajstai Kit SSSpecials ij- iN LACE CURTAIMS 16pO orta1J1f for 4 5x rao qrWMJor N 400La CvrLias ror 0I45CS Cutkt O 300 Laca Carala 1 JjI flllCtiP fh 2 OOroeOart J lLac tJrtaisi focL1 i1 1 Lao Cartaie kr 1k p t F 4 Q iSS I r CUNNINGHHM DUNGKN CQ = 11 = M at LUNGS KingsNew otpecuUara1auaderIitandinp as dIcvttbat spicy filibus nl1ia typewrKer i55T1r- St555 D MORE T SEWING MACRIIn The Machine wIth II Repiitati- f Sold e clttsifelybyJ 1J4ctIi ii LrtiiC 4sc fi w tj A naaobina is iv clock or wabehyoe wJ 1 ir at all PsaiOrltt KcluaIe tte bstpsw j iaithe best for the IWK They raa a avi wi sew ajr t V r Iroisfineshserlltobayodrf Wa 4 sWssj t gradts of than Our iDopiikip seIMr Is t oa e llaei E 0 laatrited above Tba fraaa a ui spidt qtad is sabstantiallv bailt in every ea drop bsd a Is 4 aachoneof thes t iliCI I iaiprovaa a gai- ranteeaLUorthlopnsL Re at T I W 118 i 11- iIh W ft 2 6j J E 0r iUYi 1O a 9x12 tic It Io i 00 4j Y3 Mka waM The sj kav most I 1 on all Il1 2OO I llIi fareS fll ccir JIiA iMoakii priOM Patent Patent Foiirth YSS cnp QLaceCasIorL 1Wti U fIIFreight prepaid Mchiies mi1esoLLwavi11e SI 14tILLJLU LJLUA INIS iMllI I- tLLL I r ITI i1i r- 1T p t 6TBOBT0K V iIoENT DarIYjII- I I x1IAcDI THJT PAIN t1ii aHkp liXT Wwk Krietl 4jCMUDCS i gwitiont Kdo ILIMD r WF ORIOSBY- AYTORNEY AT JY d I ThIi = 4boss Rs nNt j W II 4f p I r JSIPY1MATES kc I t FUEIAL viLCTOL lIEISEIM1tIU t I k T4 h w RhJltll 7 ttw To ttp to r Y ek dtirie in rrG Iokhb- a lep a bocsUs11- WsvmL J 5d t t1 at t wUtIW r ftMi r1t W n lua fit I l or i t JI WS b f WlrTllttf1 411r 1 1IIIt etWd1IIjtna Ji JOR o g 7k kw Asffvlvvrhnirr tF 4CQ jir iiMibui arkt kM J8 air tfee 3es LOUR LYOV groesrlor j c OkAOHE fE =IItIj lrY1 ijIw 1IIIIlI 4 r L Robsrboat 11I no Look Poultvy Pnon 4 II ui G D Roterton Co I Zwcpi i dtywsiN I L4 zr pIs l flowN iI 1 UIL cINSi s1 JRtrtfrt- 11s FIdt Latst 1 f tltJ lfl I tr 1coW1 B Jwt a tbbe JoWe fhlllllJIIiee t1fiU I g- orzTbr spvesj ia MM o ly e Jtasoaj sbeap Bee iSO Lawsb t W IiilttMCBtfctay aiisUl ioc sicmi ladissV WtIlia 1 Fox iLaoaaiftii y house si L3IIMINt will be fort 3 Y1JPUWaI AHrC Al Mal itaptay 01 drstdas tein pets or separate miffs M sarlit iiL tbe liewest styles tofcy SJMI SaUrday at Williafes oLIALzTweyt1brHt in Qpwity pair Qo balOflging toe estate of F M CInpbeUD 1joTit C e fox RJCKT OB East Main Mar sobool house ooe omlaUnrmoqUlEOOli J IL BUR3JON Deceased FORALESCOd laud lUtter Bal Brig SkatM l BMSI T riMiul4 odift food cojiiiriop at othkctiI00It Jolm Kelly SprkiffiaeUll Masonic Lodge ifl9dth JlIator or thirdS h2lbe pffHafc at this metIng y Vkitiig brothers wJllhecor IJdirJIJroeiY 4 WMbiIO1Conli Sun Hy oQl ytbllhetdPieasant Grove on Tnes iay W wh6 w good attendance of eaobtrs and Sunday School rkn of the county Thet 4osnd addresses were all ivleresiiag and instructive The Ilowiag officers Were elected oeenjaipgyeirRev WHIJi WitUaaas President Pro Clar woe Adapa VioePreakeit1w Miss laia haunty1Secretaiy ed Treasurer The time andlit laoe of the aext meeting wiltbft deiernined later Tbe dwelling house of Mr W H Lay about half way between f Texas sad Pottfiyille was totally dflrtroyed by fire llast week c Jherewt1fI1OIn1uranc and ett skies losing liis house tryalso lost most ot his ebjJd good tdt lowilI fall beayl iyonbiffi as 1hapOOrtDant iiad quite oldH for man r j years carried the mall Jromj Springfield PotlVillljtt Eton OaVid EL Smith eOor gre sman froaj the FpHEth dIxTict lid Tudg James P Greg ory of Loaisville made speeches I t the opurt house here on Mon dT afternooB in the interest of tho PeKocratio ticket and on the I pj1tlcl issues of the aItJt ibeivi g Onnt court day tbere a Jlarge crowd in town and he conri house was well filledI with SMU to heir the speaking HBoth gentlcmeii are able speak ers aad presented their side Of iboue in a forcible manner Hon T Scott Mayea also made a short talk in introducing YroI Sfilith Circuit Court The regular term of Washing boa circuit court begun here on Monday morning with the or gaaizing and instructing the jvrtau Judge Tburnan deliv ered his usual vigorous instruc tions to the grand jury and orI dered the members investigate all alleged offenses against the law Tba time eO far has been taken ap with disposing of same com 1DO tUaCUH The convic tloossqiar are as fellows Jim itcKinney housebreaking one year ia the penlteaUary Sidney Whayne breach of peac 417 and coaia Williant Beavers breach pC peaoi JIG Sari Ganmon breach of jasace f50 Luther Bariow breach of peace 160 Ttoe pUit jury w composed of Wie leUpwiiislJSf 0V flimgate Ff M Ottraay Jas L Piaks wf Wrn A RoUctf John D Keel im pB Lfaehmia BG- l Lof do JerosMlColvi J Rich SwOi If H Leachsian D S Bottofli Seorye LrrJP Bde Km Merritt HMigate Jas H ABdwoa JtI Sale Fred cbsMbsm JSf Hays F R a at G t T9fill Heaki JZMoore George r weaJ Q Hawaiil Ci L Price A o Yates Toe ioliewiag make up the tWjiry lfillardrbDmpJO- ll1JMOtiCOlDerj Geo H Jtoyattyi N B 1foya1trB L SIWMk61Geo 1illarn Lair Jot Higdon John Shields P S Baker W M t daasii4 Preston Firather QuoiEN fAlTYt Next Saturday night OctI 1 Proceeds for a fund to purcM hymn books for th- ehh Div BCUJUT Stirs em IpII One of the best and rousing st political speeches delivered Springfield for a wggtim1 was that wade at the courthouse ere on Tuesday afternoon by ri Ben L Bruner in the inter tof the Republican ticket Dr Bruner is a forceful and logi cal speaker anqbdi way of aking a point and driving it ome that iis quite impressive edltforUldlDOtlt part inf ational issues and made tba rather dry subject the tariff J quite plain and interesting He pointed out how seri us to the laboring man and especially to the firmer would be the freeII trade theories of Mr Bryan if ever put into practice He alo touched up thefaiaclesl of Mr Bryans pet theory of guaran j teed bank deposits Dr Bruner as been making speeches in Washington ceunty for several ears during each politicall cam ip and he is always well re ved ACard OWl voters pf Washington county In canvassing the coupty I find hat some of the gentlemen op potfiag me for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff oX Wash county are industriously Circulating a report that ques tions my record sa voter 11 very much surprised at such question being raised as 1 have ever missed a chance to vote or a Democratic nominee in my life They say that I did notI fate the Democratic ticket last all when the fact is I didut have a vote at all Unfortunate circumstances forced mo to move o Springfield Septtmber 25 too JatetO claim a vote I consulted Mr W C McChord as an attor ne1and prominent candidate as to my right toc aiwa vote iiA Precinct No1 where I came from and he said T could not but asktd me to go there and do whit I could for the nominees on election day laid so willingly and do nut thiok it is fair in my opponents to tell the peoplethat did not vote for the ticket last fall nnless they tell them why I did not That was tbe only time have failed to vote since I cast my Irst vote in 1881 Very Respectfully ANDERSONI Notice1 The Washington County Board of Control annouuces that a dui tribution of 20 per cent on the amount advanced on the 1906 crop of pooled tobacco is now being made out of tbe proceeds of tobacco sold Alt persons holding contracts are requested to present them to either of the banks in Springfield or to Mr 0 W Stallings clerk of tbe Board of Control and rscefve checks for the amount due The Washington County Board of Control W A Clements Prest r Notice iu IU at Springfield Nov 3 and 4and at Willis burr Nov 6 and 7 to make my fruit tree dciviryItomers pleaseremenber th- edatJ A Caldwell Agent Knoxvil Nursery Co Have YOU Texas Fever Do you want to better youiI condition If so writs I want the Post Office address of SOOQ Kentuckian J 8 Eubank SbermaB Texsj j rn Teeth1111 tracted with- Out PAIN orJDAKG1R No chir ei jf wh plates rewaitcclt j IJDoBe1atIJ IYSTiLLARDiDDS sane Ky I Medley McCawley Tfce marriage of MissX Ale Medley to Mr W Howell HcCawley was solemnized with high nuptial mass at nine oclock last Saturday morning at Stf Dominics Church by the pastor Rev PF Hen eHY PRevSt Rose and Roy Gavin also of St Ro8ewere present In their white Dominican robes which is n unusual distinction accorded a wedding ceremony by other than the officiating priest The decorations were of South Brn smilar caught with tulle and potted plants A white wedding bell was suspended above thoaltar under J t which the bride and groom stood during the cer monyt The ushers were Mr Will Medley brother of the bride 1 Mr Heloer Rnbel of Lebanon Mr Will Wharton and Wat hen t SimmaThe bride entered the church i pn the arm of her brother Ben I Medley while Mendelssohn1 beautif si march was played The bride was rlin a band some gown of white satin made Directoire style with tucked chiffon yoke and long sleeves t ind wore a white lace Birectoire I hat with white plumes She J carried a large bduqnetof wbite chrisanthemums tied with tulle At the altar the bride wasJJ met by tbe groom with hiti atten 1The1l ttfe wedding bell with the two attendants and ushers grouped on each side with tbe officiatidg1 priest and the two visiting priests facing the audience while t the ceremony was performed A special musical program was an enjoyable feature for tbe J audience The solo parts of the j mass were snug by Miss Willa Knbttr in her usual acceptable and entertaining voice Miss Vlery Hayden sang an Au Maria ini a voice that never fails to pleaseher bearers and on this occassioh the mo thyper- critical hearer would have failed to fludafiaw in the Voice or in the rendition of the selection Miss Isabel Medley the young set sister of the bride sang an fAuMare and her singling was a happy surprise to m ny who neaid btr for the first tIme Miss Medley has a voice of un usual proIseii Aftee the ceremopy was perI thejtteimmediate relatives pf the bride and groom repaired to the home of the biides parenii Mr and George Medley where wedding breakfast was served SMr and KrjMcCavde1eftI by way ot Lebanon for an extended bridal trip The prestnts were numerous and elegant iBistingof silver cutglass handpainted china linens and numerous other articles The gilt o the brothers of the bride was a chest of solid silver The outoftown quests at theS wedding were Mrs I R Cawley Miss Myrtle McCawley Messrs Herbert and Frank McCawley mother sister ad brothers reapectvely of tbd groom aid MissAdelaidei Kelly of Louisville MrA BBlan ford St Jusepb Dar less county Mrs Wm Abelir Miss Louise Wathen Mrs E M Roner4 Misses Roney 14rwUUam Roney Miss Katherine Spauld ing Heffernao Rubel and Frank Peters o Lebanon Misses Angela and jMary A uer Mudd of Chicago Ills Mrs T A Medley BF and William Med- leyl of OwensDoro XkR M erItrThere will be a special meet iug of the BevilPalmer Post G A R held at Springfield on Sat urday Nov14thAlI members of said post are vrgeatfy re queit d to be present as business of importance is to be transacted t THOS HicirjcY Adjutant v De Witts fettle Early JUifni tke fall little liver pills Thejrare mall sure safe fills v Sold Xe4 broDrurtoie JEc NAL Ks Ali McCberdof Leba v pot Sunday hrs with ri aadKrs John B Mahqnt of LftkaooB were vis1torsst the fcoitti tT Mr FL S Mayer Tues J day Miss Lillian Hancock who has bee a guest of her sister Mrs Reel Spulding barreUrned to Louisville I The Missesi Montgomery havE returned to their home in Meads j ooantyafter visiting in this and Marion counties Hon T C Jackson and Post muter PT Conwfcy accom panted Dr Bruner here Tuesday from Leoanon Messrs Harry 6rown and will urday of Lebanon were here Tuesday C Mrs JqhnTerhuneofHarrods burg is visiting hfraugbterC Mrs Lucas Boh on Miss Groege Cox and MrXWifr Jleune will spend the weeksend s andM1Adeline Wiss Adeline Cox has returned from JjouisvHle where she wRl te guest jof her mOthers Mrs M 0 Cox Mrs M W Hyatt and Mrs Si RDurrett spent Saturday and i Sunday with Mrs ETiWiggin on at Blpomfield- Mr Harry O Kan of Louisville is spending the week with h1s parepts MraiidMrsrMorrisson QNan a DJ H Lamptbn js at tfae Norton Infirmary iin Louisville Mrs Theresa Cloyd has re turned to Louisville after spend ing a year with her nepaew Mr pbn Peters at MackVille Mr Dinviddie Lampion of I Louisville spent Sunday with bil parents here Mrs Walter Leachman is visit lag in Louisville Mrs John W Lewis spent yesterday in Lebanon Mrs Everett Busterwill Ro to Qatlpttsburg Friday to visit her friend Miss Hazel Morton whose wedding will be solemn zed the 10th of next month Several sJClal functions will be given iq honor of the br e electJ next week whichr Mrs Buster goes to attend Miss Mabel Jrice and Mr George Bachellor of Bloomfield visited Mr C JJ Puce Sunday Miss Susie Moore has etui ned f from Nelson county MrJ John R Barber Mr W F Booker Mr Joseph S ClayJ brpoke nd Miss Elizaoetk Hay doP are at Bardstowu today as witnesses in the B idwin arber case Dr John Spalding writes from Gin vine Utah thathe has located at that place to practice medicine and is well pleased with his pospects for success Mrs Charles D Robertson entertained a number or ier friends at flinch yesterday after = noon Mr and Mrs Robert Graham of Louiaville spent the week endwnU II r Elizabeth Graham MIssMrgie Graham is spending the week with Miss Ellen Gregory at Pieasant Grove Mrs Dave Houston and daughter Miss Hallle of Mud were here shoppUg Tuesday Mrs jTakeJield and daughter 1iiss Roxle of Maud were shoppers in town Tuesday r MrEric Oarrico of Howards town visited relatives here SJuriday Mr Tom Hamilton and Miss Fannio Smith spent Sunday at Bloomfield Mwal5ell Smith returned to Louisville after spending a few weeks at her parents home on the Bardstownroad Miss Carrie Edelenl has suffi ciently improved in health to be removed to her brothers home in the country Miss Katherine Spalding of Lebanon was a guest of Miss Beriba Haydon this week Miss Bessie May Marshal of Bardstown was a guest of Mrs WT McEirovMondaT Mr ant Mrs H P McChqrd cif LebAioi are here for a visit to Mr wid Mrs WT McElroy Mr aid Mrs H KDry of Lepanpn eaVMonday withMr and Mrs Geo leT cker MrB C Clarksou of Leoa oa spemt MOnday hre 1111jj ll 0f V HObJ Isgsst Mri f iffB4f9 lr J t Mr and Mrs Tames 5 HayI of Maple Hill were in town Tuesday and Wednesday- Missi Blanchel Bonta of Mt ZVoa w visIting her sister Mrs S H Bishop Mr Janesj Hughe and Mrs James Allen of Bloomfield visi ted their sister Mrs W W Ray the first of the week Mr Will Duncan has returned from Lebanon where he under wert a surgical exajnination fQr the relief of an abcess on his jaw He is much improved ince the opertion DrSJ Smock is in Chicago taking jt special covree on dif eases of the eye ear and throat Good Advktv r The Freeman published at Lebanon and edited by RevIr Freeman the well Jcaowa col red minister has the foilowiag about Hon W O Bradley Our good and noblel friend Senator W 0 Bradley is the utlcbest and best friend the Negro has in Kentucky today ho ctands out Jn open defiance 6K his rights as he sees the igt4 He has been with us when he was not seeking office and coday tie appeals to us to stick by him ad assist him in carry ing and lodging Kentucky m tbe Republican column for Taft and Sherman Wul you heed the call We hopend trust that there will not beone Negro in Kentupky who will oeao ungrate ful as to go against tneadvice of true friend like Senator W O Bradley Program teachers Association of Edur cutional Division No 2t to be held at Maud Oct 31st 190B 930amV Opening prayeY Rev I P Hanes Ad res3 Supt J W Bush Talk of KmderKarden Miui Jones i Recitation Miss Ida Gray Duet Misses Wycoff Essay onEduC ioniMiMI Logsdon r t OON RECESS 130 pm Essay The School Beautifulr Miy Ida Haydon Address Primary Arithmetic Miss Hines Addr ssr What can be gained or lost by entering Into games with the children Miss ella Virgin DebateEesolved that US-c Senators should be elected by popular vo etAftirmaUvCl O DUrham Lyn Bush Negative Henry Royalty N J MtherJy Recitation Mary Brown AddreubltilsQlarkston J W Bnsh Miss Clavbrook pres vicevpres Miss Adaline Cox secretary To quickly check a cold druggists pe dispensing everywhere a clever Candy Cold Cure Tablet called JPrev ventlcs Preventjpa are also like for feverish childrea te Preveatlca at the sneeze stage to hea4of ap colds Box of 4825c old by Red rou Drug Qtore W ANTED r ct7 eqj s a MAGA ZINC requires the services of a man in piiagfield to look ateV expiring anbcriptIonsand to se cure new business by means of special methods unusually effective position permaoAot refr one with experfouce but woiifii consider a y applicant withi good natural quaulcatwns salary Ih50 per day with cosiMisicii option Address with reletociS RC Peacock ROOM cess Magazine Bldg I1sw York Marrkri MM wTrtrtk- A married warn Yrhoi n m a y memfewefthe family te it fee pay thiag except Foley HOsly uI1Tjfor coaghs colas aal laag treuWc lk gallty of Be lect NolhlHgf else k M good tor all palmoBftrytctMiblt TIi genuine Folea Heaey sal Tar ta H8Ho opiate aad II i7d3S fpackage Sold by Haydofi Keber tsoa t Notice to Creditor All persons having c1ii against theestate of JokiSbw maker sea will preeeit same to mr attorney waRc Chord athiseffice in Spring field proj erly proyfiiaad sworn to on or before Nov lt 1908 and the sadie will be settled Hbeiber Administrator i Estate JQb8btwJir 16Sf 1V eaYH tkat Ui of a w i icf r ca You k 9V hat 1a- eitMaYtw ha Get jrfaiy fgt it sow lit tettIC r bt1M ot slsrdi teow UI it WWM thfaf fer rkesaa cJtifroi Jt sore a jehata a1t aipalaLWb I a f TL iiIIII LA I e ZI R j R I 1 r Jft IIWhenYoubuyKnitUndwr 2fi f the Best fhe iL17 t 7VERDEt r LiCpmfortI 11aarnfents Fit and Finish they an unsufpaji JII 1 on hand for Ladies Misses and Cw3k i reit i 1 F I Weialso carry a line of Cheaper LNitU11kriear 5ri11 I for Ladlle I MiwtsI icda CblMm f I r II S Our SPECIAL VALUE 9 1 4t I ILadies FIeeAe R1bbW S1frI iii mRrl TaroodmMI J t I IIl I L l tf I iIi J ii s Values f IItJ line olBeist Makes in Mn and derwe ronhapdS IIFullH onOlaJbrookft rI 1 IKCOltFQ lSD I I 1 l T L Gi J TtrSS Jo t M7 1 WHEN l i iii Down town step i thave a CupofHotChci t f of Beef Tea TomatO Bulllo i oi I1k tEa Phosphate Frleg f i ters Oyster Stew atanyUm i j ofthe Clay i v VJpl Frh= Qstx Lj IT ALL TIMES EXTRA 5FLECT Jtt KATIE HEiiEUaaJ Jr f css = H 1 S teessy1 Shoes Cr t r Shoes sliovU e6 isiioire laei aesiBii 1 the feet t 4 Mow muck ater sheet CAN DO liI JIa JeIIairU1 our ItrO14ISbyot pupIs I BeiiJet the latWactiela of 1IlJIIIandmore ItJIWa iII they nIL utths r I faction which cssasiosjywitk a FW1fIT 1 Wecsrrya3th0r4Mlskj tHa11 adwe LNU- WI HOW to fit WU + v Iw rv 1w 1II Queen Quality for tJtcttEclipseforMen I Red ScbOOlHoul alClIIvan driH r I Boys and QiH The old Reliable 8lnothIngb ter I See uPNtICJwatr tproof win I It8l JoJM 1 0 The W Hne 6f hoes ktceiy 1 j Lrd1utFrm Cverythivti for Cfttod Mwm fIdprieo WJvFri OILal0gW j Itj BirLbxy IOs i I K jLiit Xell waIf yssp a aIysvwy bssEai I- ts1y1 Ivrtlui tths tkvM- aM tIrtjIB tM S 01 the threshb iz- v p1411C1e byIIIIItl a INs Id tsI f1sttsijwLyt I ut cp M t 51IaIL5us c iiItlL1 7 Afl IN fl t 5k ii- rWlasr f J IIII i1fj It lIT 1rrJn w lED rorUTOIIL i w- wvI 1 rItCH x i Jl Ytt j1T k 1 r i ill I 7 l give the JoUowin JJ rfmfe and f t t0dIIAti 4 2 I t fiI JI41e1 toI 1 U Iu ffllf OiUP t F juAce qopa p6uL Syrup I n1tbreEcep1 f 1 It ke s1spot1i eac1t l f IMbsdtimS luisttbsttbGt iItr8aie- ngfP D4i fS a pbsncy rnalI bsg ofvebe ex iltt E re hirmiass i e r r pleant mizure1f tIKe l bw a w dys iidtoyiiooa aD1 l dMt s flli5g itjuay diiiiii with b doss uui1pernsnt re are i iM witboat c z riq the stoinsc i ittk 4 vI Vtj4tr1r the1 = which m t ji tttt ipt iesultst nd 1hiibov r adoube grtJy sppre 1 i tij isny if cers Ire at r r inry M b r nIC Mores of vf 1 rfch t pt irii nfl eifciU U m hM thedrugs ueJ vltfweliiwlCaL blK hfcHp viite1yor 1JM druggists here vfef wlr Ii jpi Z1tt1 tPks efElecti 011 7 Law Maf 2 J r t a fiJ lbtl aid t yaterLaadtltiKM f I ofYoInt Pre rict No14rederck4 L C s t1f r1r t5Wton4 AI a petitkt1rayi ila submission ofe i e tlo itirbether cattle or any fN rfe thereof ilbpift e perjBjtted to 5k1 1rge Ii saM votfnprecticflNIt ittreforr xrrea that the snff ofwai1 County and he J M n of eectcjisa4cQ11g Ii ct toon a polLin satprtcinet atfttke next regular elation in iaid t jw iBbt fortbi ptirpoeof ascertain fr JqjrlM willofltke toers of Vaid vdfe Si7 precijidb lipU the question fwjtkeror afet they wish cattle to nMt larger ii said voting precinct It a f roIerd that the ISMeriff J JW hii te County cause notiC6 of rt 1ctito be publish lr iaapr pubed 1m Whiigtou ICiiity Eh la rl Ibur Lssues r ai4iqr jo4 less tlja twenty davsber t f41 1onsaW e1etkw- l tUlUutto iaid rfthtWLSh 4q 1a au Ccirt4hich W rmade- if jittlie July term 19O6 J of saidi Wash t 1nkeci c arrJS bourne wart Cou tYXtJ Jt the votersofV t1ng 1 IFr rl kt Wasl fioit Qty Ky at the next reINJ j Jelection to ascertain T ltyeEIer tfceprlll thet voters of iajd Doting t i s princt upon ke cpiestion whether t t titey wish cattle to ruff atlarga vurmcto 1 H iFr T pCf tt Onomthi a I jBieri Washington County ff rr f ilA MItBRY N t t 1l i raw failfar R TWiLjlakIts fel Yetc Wo Ji Sep n ri I4 fault tbb found ywltb t Gorenilr lUikells resignation AS trwfinrcr nf the DemocratIc national oj4n1tt kiliat It calne week too 1IIit T3 3 J 4111totlld have beeli forCed out jMcy aM MrryaaOU1 d flever f ebai1te4rioseveI to 41 i tlw Hearst pB ffor any ther vernjof fteA IlrBrylUimust have QYm Ha 1 1Ps set4 wheft be assamed per l iKpob4Ifti for the man If t M ot It was cctrfsp he lad iId Ie ugtiTe 5from Informs r trtifc It ai JnjvTube that the m SlItks4 Ma Ro etitjBuccffded IP niak aisisiQ HaskelUs record tbf e oiganIztIon would IX I gtdrop 1111 Tlh J1JtlJ ibim was a ori7 polItics rJi Ji LJr fB f 1 0J th Iw cur blood and on E iI m iS 1iTUt1D i 61 t When UjMigtk k full aidS ijp aftts hi we are bdng rV sbe4bone muscle and bmkdwitItAL JI flow Of rich W0041 i t T1bdLSw kiw1p4dt1no QMUVBO flRDf when rut 1Ci not re t=sfcep k notskep wewearvedourbIoodisvooc trea1aie bIododi qrS bbo rich Wbcn 4 ftfaIk1ak ON toiJ=w i t k- N ItJI CDIIt wa CsU MIll w- 11IejaUli f Pt F J Sudden Deaths J There i vii1ingfn thi- sjtagroubjusesodecep 5Effi22EIttBSiIiESl I iMtM arepauseq Dy it1t dii esse pneumoiiia i tt Heart failure iOf I ap1exyare ofei- it1resut i or kid kidneyroublcit cd blood Nwill ah tack tM vital gan8 causuig cntatrlloI scbtkfaddet tronbles ali ost aisaysresult frouiad1eruiiiieut t the kulueys aud cure is obtauea qui Jcst by a proper 1r atmeut otekdpeyp Ifyoitiire feel 11t11mdLtrxo can niake iio iiiisth1q 3il tdIilugJt Kl1nter 5WlIOOt tT great kidney liver M4 1laler4enIedy It corrects inability to Hold urine and Scalding pah in passluff iih aHdOver5 tomestuatrnnpleasanf necessity W beiiig Compelled to go often tltrongli tlje dayI Anello get upll lu times durziig iig1i Ihe ttIdnu4 the extrnordtiiany- effect t of 5aniROot jlitOQJti na1ef wondefffltcurSwa3npRoo iji1easait to talccnui i sold by all druggists in fifty ent and p erdollai SiIie bottles You may have a ample bottle of thfs wpndicrf new dls covery aijd a book tnt tells aU about botbsent reebyXiajl Address J Kit UnerAjCp fiinghauiton ljjjY When- iitTng1iibnti6n leading is generous lefer in this paper pont thaIe ai1y- Root k l ft1ie nameSvaJ11 r bi4Saddress l3iighaitpo j- b 0ttje I fTR 1BUTELTUMRTPAFT- ow t f China ApotoflTzed For the- AwrKIafl Boycott 0 UJDGEf SIGNALLY HONORED S fti1uon i Hi Efrrt tD rin- AboutsRtInissiq foxeeJMdemnity National Friendship Reaffirmed and Cm Mecclall Amity Restored It irasf through Mr Taftwhen4ie Kas in Sftunphal last fain Chinese approgized tor tbfe tliafilill 3oycottbat jtllsijostltut i1Iit31 dom a fey years iSo and prfs their appreciation of the remission pur fojrnment of the Indcm granted because of fthe Bqifcr rct b11 wen It bame k5n4that nr wai coming Jo ZhafllIttC fives of Hthp Chine e guilds In the jcltyief and nr b oott giojihin a wiltabXereceptlpn The guilds In China control every branch of commercial AC Uvlty a4united tQlm In every clQ and communily a tiioroughly repre jKritrt Pe 71Jhdyi Slach of heijscjjres of gtlllds In fehdngfial took par In the dentonsfratlon to Mir Taft For the purpose vth beautlful Yuyjjpn gar lwtatnedthe vlcarlou particlpayon of Tuan 11ricj taptat tong to spare ho expense in ar ranglnga suitable reception for MrJJ Tin ilndtopesenttl e bills o himIAmericans Jong resfdenHh Shanghai j agreed that bo such signal Qpprshad pyef been paid to another foreigner Iff the Chinese A heavy rainfall 1 which began the previous night threat efced to mar or wholly prevent the garden patty At great cost and ah Mpepdlture of labor the committee jcompletely Voo od oyer wlth canvas a good share of the gardens nCjqdingl t long 1a1ks and iathsgo that Mr Taft and the otheigutestswere enabled to atore about freely fully protected from the stormSAll oi the speakers referred to the obligations under Tvbjch China had been laid by the remisslpn brtbc Box ep femnIty nfld the eptr1buUQns joadO byf Americans for the reljef of Tctkns of the reeeht 1nmn JQClJlnnt xilfc raft r was cheered ahh applauded tor several minutes whence said QJtwobe1cJearsbe1 I ani glad tosqy have been carried out on flit one hand and on the other iboff is every evidence that the mist baS cleared yTIJC boycott is a thing ot the oast It Is Sf owi ojwt j g i g I1 t HtJfC W c H ft 1 0 Jn rrtu ouu Cuiuese ladies bore forward a massive sHver bowlno Jre- sent d it to Mr TJkft as 1 memento of his visit The bowl whidh was a rare wasllisWilliam H Taf tt Secretary of Vrot he United jSJjites ol AmerIcaas a Ke neHio of the Garden Party Given In His Honor by the CInes Residents of Shanghai1 V Copious pniment4 were printed by the eastern press upon the recbption lisjBlgn1lisj Vi REV HY J BOATMAK J pline America f For leader trohg and great Qo man the ship otetalo 0Pth fore andaftiT9Cvlde wbcitr breakers roar 10 safely and cvj stolTo quiet all uproar Tle 8 jI Bnh1 9 Jo White JHouse there to stay And Bryan liend away PPPnS raft TQ c3 Teddy did What jl our people bidf For man upon the Jld Theres old Bill Tnt 1 rTo do whats j iod and just Strlkb down tbo evil trust v AApd alt ptjjrartj To keep our nonoy pure And plenty too and sure Tho hard times only cure Theres old Bill Taft Reform ils flag unfurls j 4gahnst n1l hurls Unerring shaft 1henet ur 1umptsb1are vH6s always pn the square t At home aod everywhere Is old B l TaW jTulIerton Cal Septembor Cogy right APpUed For t IHl1IIlIyi IjtI t4+j bOal Circular Indianapolis l doct7 1908 Tot Officers atiid1 Mm ers 53iiJU J Miie W9rlifmericai Greetina Wf art In the midst off gbrttlGal campaign Every rneihod khowixfo poi fic man 1aglvet s for their respective candi- dAtes i This b especially true iIItfie Vttempt tj obtain expres alone from thOSe holding official 4 positions In labor unions am in receipt of hundreds of letters froTK men ofahl shades of political beljefs and from all parts pf the United States ask I Ing for flY ppinloij pf iht ent candidates or my view ifferiithe Issues irivolved In the litical campaIgn 1tOt The Iectmelntrnati6nalpresi tlentto influence your political icai jVj 3Workers1Unitedjt welfare 3 f its members haVe and will receive jny1 first adonly 4 consideration as long as have Jthe honor of representing you jfervJeWi papers alled o from n 9 J that favpr arty partlcui can didate J have declined to ex ipolitidaUi candidate or issue nor do ltend to do sp This letter willJbe myswer to all whO ask pohititalhave the honor to represent organization of nearly 300 meVnbers ojevelfknown tQjaflty and different polit i 1an views We have among memberK ProhIbiUnjtsr IndeperWents So Repubz j j 4 our memberayou are fulUycorn pet nt to decide for youraves X how you will vote on election j 1t1 J aftehthe interests of the United Mine Workers Those interest ed In the subject matter of his letter will please refrain 4orn j 1 writing me iq COocl ith answer polities if they hope to get ah I The United Mine Workers as organization has been In ejc for many years before 1 ririn POlitiC a campaign and ll wish that it may live many raafter the present camJhas passed into historyJ untilevery wrong of which jjpaign complains is nonort adjusted YoUrs fraterriilH for Ffnrmony 4 T L LEWIS 1 President U M OWof A 4HHHtfft iotMd KYottWaMTolayaRango I hat willt stand every i test w have itI0 THE GREAT MHUESTIQ tS I t i 1 FF1tFII 1 THE GREAT MAJESTIC Wahere is hpnteljetter at any price than the Majestic nd the price is reasonajile We also have ther 1 of l JIA 4 Cooking Stoyes and Ranges which We wil1sellatpfr3en lease J Agents for the cOratedSPERFECTION OIL STOVES J 7 Garden Hot Lawn Mowers f w Refri4eratorsS WatW Coolersl iitfS I rW make a tltyrQf t1umbingand Tin 7Ji 1 11BooIalf Contrscte k f J R TEDEJL I eji1 Vd1CtTU11J fO rcugwns tcst nR to qualtlcatlonH to any oflicc 05 pub tic trust UDdcr the Dultcd States My conviction Js that tile attire safety of the tuition depends very iargqly jipon 1probll whotbrtvepome ot the dogmas of the churclu The days of the Inquisition are past Secretary Root on Tariff Wars Threatened tariff Warg between the United States and Germany and thei United States and Prance hdve been f averted by commercial agreehients un presldentJOJertrlffact i Perhaps the Brydn managers dig play such fondness for campaignrain bows because they dream of Itbe ra- ctttronalItsoIt goI4 aPJlclrP d t lbntnfterAlr01E rmwmtlc LFLr t SamIf somebody would only chloroform him and lot me have ajnucli t I II AfTNITHtISLNQSS Why McKlnley Sent the Judge tto thsr Philippines STRONG HONESTAND TAQTFUL Rellnqulohed Certainty of Elevation to- fypreqie ench at Call tf Dity Proved HIAbllity as a Natlorj Builder Real Altruist In the b glnnJng ot our Occqpaflon of the Philippines the prohiifms there were niHttary Notbjng of civil finc tions could be pssnypd pntil the rebel lion had been put downti the midst of this the first 0fjilippne commission was sent out to lookovfcr ihcrsltuatlon as bearers of tlip blessings of a liber j ating rathfcr tlmn a conquering na ilonus Presidebt McKinley wrote ihe conihilssioncrs d cldetl tbpt It was ffsbnd uiesL MrvSJcKlnley was ndvbipd to tryt1 do not hiig brchU pOwer bu to give a full sway This Wpuld have bceh a fatal error Any continuance oKihe military govern ment beypud thoXnic when its stern restrictions Were wcmfred to induce peace and mtfintdln it vould still fur thor have Jeopardized ttiotrust of tbo natives in our good faith And It had already boeirso strained that rtxwould stand no more tension v The people at home too were grow Ipg thoroughly out of conceit with thi littio brown brother Our appetite r had bdcome sated of military conquest r Woo many lojig narroW boxes were slipped over sea and land for inter- meat In village churchyards tpo many mothers mourned sons done1 death- by bullets or bolo1 to support general ppnvlction intho doctrine of cxran sibn We thougut we hind no prototype pf Cronicr i o giants of colonial admin istration upon whom Sir McKInley night call ta lay the foundations of n superior civ ilizatibn with specific ref erence to th needs of the people to be governed and Tvltii dofinjte reference to the welfare of the Islands both mV tonal And moral as 1el1nd put It There wns dearth of men wholj In witJ otlonFillpinps comprised who would con stantly bear In mind thatJtTvas Ubcr1 ty they wanted liberty that they should have as Mr McKinJcy had promised pledging oifr faith na ann tion Ijborty as he7 wrote of the Whole Filipino people nud not of a dccltnhlr frnctionxof them who through the leadershipof education and prop erty intro acquired a domih ion over the grcnt mttss Mr Tnfhiid not been ttioughtxrf If his nntson the Philippine quos tion was known It was patent that he was neither n eHever ju Mr McKin lets policy nofi In our elhicalIrlglit to be lu thexfelaiias Said the president one day to the then secretary of state William IL Day I wahjta nan who strong honest and tactful a map pf education and executive ability a man who Is fearless but conservative wllo will get along witbltho army people Judge Taft fills the bill If he will take tho Job sold Mr Day In a stroke Inspirational genius They sent for Judgo Taft who was then on the su preme court bench arid told him what was wanted Re shook its head hj cnnnot be of use to you tljere Mr President ho answered I didnt want to taW the Philippines It was a mistake t The president regarded blip musingly fdr moment thcn Nor b1J wttfit to take them said be I had to There was nothing else to tib We must build a new nation ouV there I want you tQ helpfus Secretary of Will Root aided his ptrsuaslops He showed hoti8idcs of the medat to audge Taft Perhap I van motived more shrewdly than he affected for ho flescantcd upon thedif ikultles of the task Compared fwltfr tlW COQKCnlaL and relatively fujw w- rnbiiuiiiiiI j1 YO11l 0 p1 pSSil8t r j Shad wJ24 3 i f mat Trtfiaft srs sa upon tHe Denc V wIth tho almost animate certainty of being elevated to the supreme court He must forego nIl this said Mr Root But what a chance olfercd Jnthe htlJpplh s todo to create todjsr prove Bugr lands pet theories pf cdlonlzatiori tq brlug into being nhatlon Such argument tupped thetlde Judge Tajft ac cepted one of those Duties uhlcp tQ luote him Is an efatlrety and qqt fulfilled until it Is entirely foUUlpip nhvaYfnttc1wcluding paragraph of the instructions given him by the president A high and sacred obligation rests upon the government of 4hp Un1t9tt q fate to give jprotectlon for property and life iclvllaod religious freedom and wise flrm stud unselfish guidance in the paths pf peace and prosperity to all the peoples of the Philippine Islands I charge this commission to labor for the fUll performance of this obligation which concerns Ythe bobor thoiiimthe people in the Philippines may come to look bad with gratitude to the day when God gave victory to the Ameri can arms nt Manila and set their land under the sovereignty and thevprotec lion of tficj peopte of the United States Altruistic perhaps but Mr Taft is an altruist It needed an nftrtilst to compass the rcquircments specified In the quotation to the letter anti pivq the way for the fulfillment of Mr Mc Kinleys firm liope1 hsMr Taftias done r lII MR TAFT ON BANK GUAR I I X ANTY Explodes Bryznset Proposi w sition In Speech at Minneapo X Us Sept 26n j ily Information with respect to uio Oklahoma system Is that A iti1s developing as might be ex Jj y pected I have a correspondent who is Intimately noqualnted with the conditions in Oklahoma In a letter ofepq 22 lOPS In x speaking of tile elie t of th6 guaranty of deposit law he uses A the following language I Conditions In Oklahoma are A growing worse than was ex X pe ted On account of the recent decisIon there vhereby It was- decided that the bank coramjs1 stoner this no right to refuse to grunt a charter to patties pro posing to organize a bank As San Instance in nttown of less than people aa many as tour jg banks have been organized Ap plication is now In for the or gaulzatlou of a fourth bank In one town of only 470 populatIon X Men whose past record proved them to ho lucon petent remJ gnclng In the banking business X and getting lncontrol of banking X Institutions I have knowledge Of one Inetancd where a mart was engaged In business some years j ago and fiiiied He went to nw x 5 other town and engaged In thp samp liner of bqsiqcss In hl wifes name but cflnducteflt ner 4 dffalrs In uclian nbvisjnessilUo 6 way hut siio fAliedvBon ottlmo- afterward h went to Oklahoma x territory apd started ft small- state bank but found he could x A not succeed tand sold to other parties and tctt the territory A few months ago however hfc sX turned and fltnrted pQthptag g banl ndvertlsing tthat the depos Itora nrp secured uudor the state guamnty Ipw mid after lMtyt daygperzit1QnhQ qqwhifls over S l l i t rrom the that be ubw v prpposea to Start fifteen nPW S Btutb uanks throtigh 9 two ofjwhteh have TX organized nir d onB flOW doing Q V busiQeSsC 12 J J I ijilWomeQ l JJl f pvistMakIthsisorder 0 whickkas p1ackachc frtl1 Wmlle O 1 r CdMil 1 a IlrsR iLaWIOacl Sptt 4sreic 1 reclWMrtmaJe tdW b Ij 4 Ji4ambett8lthaaTrylt WRFfEUSALE1TE TII nrOH QHJLOSJ bTHESiJ REAVUFIIIDSSONSPST1oNs1IJlJWRITEhat Four YearsQf Bryan Would Mean IUncle eededrestLs mllltarKcQvernor thejballablhityptsomopf ioQ00OekIQsi bestauthority hQc1ttf11Jtnte J24 BILLY BRYAN t 1 Y1u v H coTiINo tune Billy Brya DmtBrYI1t1iol riijUn 11riIn stl1 a4rlnVainly tryfn civf Thrice befbrq unlike a chorus Jacltass chorus mast uproarlquai TrI d to floor Us SBilly Bryant Billy Bryan Far top high yourkUea aiytn- r Wlndi allayln y Cease tpinc iilh vs ceasoto mouth ui Jackass disconls dotit afCrlglit lIsilL Only rouse us Billy Bryan Billy Bryan t VV Vainly cryin Ilka Ono dylij Ii Calf adyln i QDipott45fyUs hal9s7torwhole uns Sliver dollars then sixteen uns xForour gold ins Dl1ltDIan Billy Bryan SGivo up trylnV quit your tryln Jail 3ourcry tru Once you hitched the assand monkey Now youd Tide that poor old qnloy Played out qnljey flryatIreea rstill youre tryIn i Btlll youre plcadln like a lover OJt rejected Tor aitoer Better brother Billy Bryan Billy Bryan Touroa COodun yqura lloa Little chained un Put your rearm sounds toe clil tY I UieeOUs daffy QlV9 us TaftyK Give us Tartyl r TAPTI Fullerton CaL September Copy- zlghtApphiedtFor c1J Campaigning 1906 rAThAnd halts amid th cheers And pn the platrbrni at the bach oe candidate appears And then the engine hoarsely shrieks Iflo words aro far tram plain c And then tho engine hoaraoly shrieks AnddrpTS oteaj the trabv j THE WORK OF CONGRESS Many Important Measures Eractt5by the Majorityj The Itiftynint1pud Sixtieth congresses wn go Uovnrln bis ory as rec flrd breukers beea u of the large number of important measures enacted measures having drecUy to do with hp greAt UusinesB Interests oilbO ountry and standing between the peo pleand corpornt greed and oppres slon The Flftxnluth congross opened a new eras In AmerIcan lcKlslalioniglv conIthlQIInterests and Turujsiilng hcriij ample mpans pf protection The Iffyninth congress was a Repi4Jicaa congress and all thju great measures eqacted by It were Republican iioi3Ures originat log with the Repoblleans nail passed by Republican votes There Is still much to bo done to per fecf the work beg u ty the FifStynlntU ougrs4 EprIezle 1Jutt cut ed that ti pcnioerntU oamJ w cUpnpf be dcpundi upon to work put any great System of reform Nolreforriv in administration or In legislation has over come about Under Democratic regime As at present constituted the Democratic party Is mado up of too many isms to bo safe 1q Vndin great questions pf political economy Two grpat tiuestlqns wlil soon cqmP up for legisiatlQn a rpvlsion pf tim tariff and n rcrapdeJlng pfOur cUrroncyBys toW TwIce since 1880 the Ppmpcrats hnvoHttcmpted tariffr legislation and twice the business tJbo Country was brought to tile Verge of ruin and hun dreds of thousands4 of workinpppa were throvrn JBtQt eiHplQypicnt Twice within Ut last thirty years the Dqifloerntitparty l 1ts set up its stal4 ard of mogtjtary fJegislatlon First It declaredl Iff favor tphitting the jJtftV lug presses to work tn manuftCtHriiif grccnb3eUswtlthput limit sad second by declaring foLtle tiieah4uul4m14d- conngo of elt the wtta oC to No pvdenc bits been urnkhcdI tl1nttbo party hjtjr roasted fss ita statid car Jut tnflney U ails fa trust the pnrty now d r X une Itepubllcans will revfe bta 101AT1crlcaBot it 1d liliJ 886S f t inrO tWV 1 1ftdji I i4co cr5r Z 0 h 4l t IS 1BXT l Fdt q v 3 s r r f i rf7s jlEr uiLDistazceJ Te1ephone rr FozEatuapp1ytit9af1C 1 Oiibeiiaiddt lepeuei TmsiiQ i 0 t i g4Ih INCOZPORATE t 0 I er t i t t f 44 A4 k- 4ttFREEI 1S0ur l 4 I T r I FIIlirruttd time we will fire i9X4 to etch ewor ftMWMMri rl iblriiiOn to IIcb iI lOBflMl Agr4Cufturtst4NA- SHVILLE l TENfr rt t t i Tn i3For forty thi Jl of thousands OfSuthe hrne Jf j =la sub1riber to he NwLrsyoscripdon has expidQcNOW ij lrivaluable preit fre Z r withdraw this offer t MJ tim IHURR lAddr 1- Tht r N ws4iItEJ- t s rin aft d i q4r061 Jt J r t t3 Eat Wh zr00Si Yu 1It1r Jf want o- fKodoiwil1ftNj theg i ir a 5 mIIe1 sot ft tw1QtOsoIneQ9C p4 oe- tfl t rcu qd tQ fl1I tI1est Jti1so 1QU can t1ralltrehgtb nor 3OU sresigthenyour If 1fl tswca 1 mut 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