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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w r ESTABLISHED 1 I i4 N1883 5t t r i XIX NOT 34 WSHIN60N COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 22 1912 3 ISi p yiJ f fj L in S to J MLIVEPIANCE TO THE CAPTIVES r LulU Iv 1830Aug 25 f fto own turf Mq that teen JfttctcH rtceftoi fftoi nofVon 1L f people of Nazareth would 15HEurse feel a certain sense ol 1 In their fellowclUzei Whose fame was spreiCluj tkrHclaoat all Galilee andJuea THy could scarcely believe wha they iad heard about Jesus He neVe r 4i4 such miracles In all the yean t Fe kneW Him said they They 4M jtpt of course understand that He Kill received His power as a special bM Uctlou whn lie was thirty years ofje as a result of His consecration et1 life to the Divine service sym lAUwtflay Hta Immersion in Jordan t jLt teactfe He came to Nazareth It- t WMjk Sabbath day For long years Iff hid done the congregational rerd jlajr pt the Scrip tttrei This was lk retote just att1iey bxpe- t4RIthtodoin His i return Hei I went Into the syn 1 agogiie and reaelI 1I 1 J teson ayjThui far for the all ir at well but f Wflen Jesus beganwto comment there 1 at Wire whisperlngsNaarcth of disapproval and finally an outburst of yritth signlnst Him Ah they thought this young man has lost His ead jrbey drovo HIm out of the syna fogne with angry demonstrations Tbeyled the way toward the brow of aI that they might push Him over Fop little way Jesus went but then He turned find passed through their igldst overawing them by the dignity of His presence Tb Truth That Angered Jttfirst we readAJI bare Him wit ness and wondered at the gracious words that proceeded outot His mouth What made the change It waijthe plain declaration that they did not believe in Him tully therefore It would not be God will that He shouldf perform any miracles for them He 0 backed up His statement with Illustra tions from the past which angered fthethstill more Instead of the people of Nazareth getting angry and resenting these thing they should have said Tell uS tbenf onr faults and help us to over ronjejtriern l cod has blessings r ly1wei1a8rsraelltesimay havfe our hare If jfje will but cotue Into the right attitude of heart 3 IsaiahJ vts- froIsalalrI Ixi 13 It was on excel lent text and the sermon on It wns from the ablest of teachers How His hearers should hare rejoiced to know that they were living In the day of the fulfilment of these words Jesus had been anointed by ftie Father with the Holy Spirit that He might declare good tidings to the poor Surely ninny pfifhem were poor and needy i We end urthpr that Jehovah sent L3Jesusto heiil the brokenhearted How those words tcotiid h appealed to l8 that were- lirokcnbcllrtel1 The declaration further was that the blind would receive their sight that liberty would be granted to the cantlves that the ntj ltd to the bruised nndjlujur Hrourof the MIL el1would be heal ed and that the acceptable year of the Lord would be proclaimed1 MDelivcrance1to the Captives This part of the message might have been applied in part to themselves 4Were they not captives bound by the fetters of sin the fetters and chains of sjheredity sickness Imperfection and jvdeath Were hots they actually blind 7 also as respected the eyes of their un demanding Evidently the time bad not arrived for them to receive the blessing of the anointing of their eyes of understanding Were they not nil bVulsed by the fall raeutnlly morally iadphysicnIly Cut the work that Jesus was doing was merely the proclamation f these thugs with n few examples of heal ing etc The real time for Him to Saomhish the delveranceof the cap- fr tiyes the liberating of the sinibruised + and the giving ot sight to the blind longed to the Mesalnnle Kingdom times What vJesus was doing merely a foreshadowing of the great things to be accomplished fntureln the Times of Rpstltdtlpn rnil things fwblcbDod hath NIOUell1Jnil His Holy I roptetsActs 1921 Proclaiming tho Acceptable Year This brief expression little understood pointed oufthe itisLl l work ofa Jesus far more Important than the miracles The term ficceptable year brncceptnblo time refers to this Gos pel Age ofj more thn years No opportunity hind been granted hi the past tobecome dead with Jesus to walk In His steps The proclamatlou of this opportunity waited until Jesus had made fits owri consecration und all who accepted His Message and be came His followers did so under this invitation or proclamation It was the rf privilege of becoming the sons of God fey begetting of the Sph it John 13 f j t any time during the othof August we willi fill your coal house with t Uco ftlock coal at 16 cents IPP ami fiTe 80 Ibs to the bushel Il5ctUo track W K Marks c Son r F Fr w TIlE =LEADERej 7 t INE1ERESuVOL SPIliGFlELD i I NEVS Vicious Mink Attacks Child Go ThursdaY 4aly 18 Mrs Ollie Ackridge v P lives oa Mr William Hills farm II Botnhercrher goslings makin r in trouble The goslings werei1 t inabranchabout75yards from tfherson about 8 years old tisee wh was disturbing them The littfe tjl Ijtj boy discoveredtbata mink wait helqttemptqd ranitoinghim snappingjita teeth His sister saw him running and the animal after him an opened the screed door to lei the boy tn but the animal came on and jumped through a hole in the screen biting and suappingat eyeryone Mrs Ackridge was barefooted at the time and her baby and an othr little child were sittiug on the flloor Mr Ackridge picket up the two children but not in time to keep the auimal from biting one of th altin the leg It also bit Mrs Ackridge on the foot The little boy in the meantime was kept busy ffgn ting the vicious animal which he finally killed with a churn dasher Mr Ackridge brought the dead mink to Dr Henry Harneds onliO The Doctor thinking pSrhap the animal had the rabies took iit to- N H Arnold our local health officer and the same Was sent to the State Board of Health Officers at Bowling Green for examination who in turn sent the same to Washiugtqn D G to the head of the medical department who reported the an mini had a bad case of rabies and recommended that the per- Sons bitten be sent at once to Bowling Green for treatment Mi Ackridge took his wife and child to sd Marys to theI Cecil madstone The stone stuck to the wound on he ladys foot for three hdurs1and a half and the child one hour and 55 minuiesl Mr Ackridge has great faith in the madstone and has not determined whether or ndt he will send his family to Bowling Green for freer treat meut Bardstown Standard The Altitude of Meat Congressman William Kent ofI California himself large cattle raiser offers no hope ot decrease in the high cost of meats He figures that it costs 20 more to produce a meat steer than it did 10 or 15 years ago very largely owing to increased cost of feed Toe once vast ranges have been tatieujUp by individual farmers who raise thehay and corn that must had to fatten steers Whether Kent is wholly right or not a lot of things iindicate that the thrilling propo iiiou for gen erations soun to come is going to be intensified product tbescien title raising of much on a limited acreage Agriculture seems to move as stream It abandons vast territory in the East to tike up exhaust and leave the Middle W st for the ranges and the Cana dian northwest Its methods and processes persisted in these re gious would mean awful short age oC food supply But fallowing this stream of pioneers slowly but surely is coming the fellow educated to make three cropsgrow where one was reap- edl itj disappointment before and bide by side nth him is com lug i the fellow who raises practically allthat he consumes The disappearance of the great cattle ranges and ranches is not gofidda1CincInnati There Are Others AU Associated Press dispatch from Washington says One hundred aid twenty millidm dollars was filched from the American people during tne last fiscal year by swindlers who operated llargely through the United States mails according publicIl report aster General Hitchcock This is an increase of 50000000 in thei earIOrthosei opeiated the fraudulent schemes 1003 were arrested by postofflce i i sptctors Durtpg the year L which ended June 30 last 452 persons were cqriyjcted andsen tenced and 571 cases ate awaiting final disposition Postmaster General Hitchcocks order to evidenceIthat woi ld warrant criminal prosecution of the swindlers gradually Is building a wall of protect ion ugainst such frauds around the American people IjThishoweveris net a mark filcllCoedIfrom the pookets of the people through the trust system atd other highly protected I pubU can party policies If the federal autherhies would only prosecute the influential mien who conspire against the lives of the people with half the zeal they employ the prosecution of the ordinary violators of the law the results would 1e immediately noticeable in the cost of ltving What Makes o Woman One hundred and twepty pounds more or less of bonesad muscle dont make a woman Its a good foundation Put into it health and strength and she may rule kingdom But thats just what Electric Bitters give herI Thousadds bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dis pelling weakness nervousness back acke and tired listless Worn out feel ing Electric Bitters have doneme a world of good writes Eliza Pool Depew Okla and I thank you with all my heart for making such a good medicine Only 6Oc Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson School Teachers Help your County Newspaper Go to the office of your county newspaper and hand its editor while dollar more if he asks it rand ask him to send you the county paper for a year Let xIchaogelers of property in the county improvements in roads public buildings and private property stocknews and crop reports marriages births deaths of all friends and relatives lleading facts regarding State National and world happenings some funny stories to lighten the days burdens historical articles pictures of prominent people perhaps good story or two in the course of a sear Where else can you get so much for one 4011arIThe editor way swoon but he will recoyer if the teacher asks him for something to do to heip make his paper a success Perhaps there is nothiug you can dobut the editor will ap pr ciate your offer of assistance Perhaps he will hand you a hundle of paper a few stamped envelopes and ask you to tend in tiie news from your neighbor hood If he wishes this itand consider that you have your reward in knowing that you are fairly and wisely advertising your district Perhaps you will be able to write brief account of some happening or tell tome worthwhile stjry that the editor will be glad to have If so be glad to give it but if he refuses such contributions hold him olameless fIe not you is the one who runs ilie business and must succeed or fail according 10 his abiliy to please the pople and he knows what they wan land desire much more than can you One thing is certain he will not printill tampered comment or unimportant happenings or silly nothings If you help him at all give him material that you will not be ashamed to sign your name to But first of all give him your dollar lie can live without your personal assistance but he must haye the financial support of hi people iif he serves them well Besides had you ever thought how mucu alvertisting lie gives the school affairs of the coucty Many columns rom first to llast are devoted schools and school a1Iairs and many a compliment ary notice Js given a tejacher who borrows his neighbors paper in order to eujoy the pleasureable w rite Ul Quit this borrowing Buy your own country papery own educational papers yours own boksthen you make them up clip them Or otherwise use them for tlie best advantage Southern School JournalS c Is ii YiL7 Curious Likeness of the Democratic Candidate Develops On Wkll i baukedlupa mans face leaves ci t out by natuie that ere exee ent like nesses of same ones p ofile ilk drop and distribute iiisef In at way to make a face Iut havs you ever spit in such a peculiar and unusual way as tto dry out and leave a perfect lik ness of man who is promiue t in the minds and thoughts of people jest now Thats wbatt ifippened atNelsons monument works the ether day Ool Kik by who lives on the Cornisliy lie pke was in county court da and had a chaw of his fav rite long green on tap He couj Int wait until he got to the dnj T to ex pectorate and casually ind carefully let her go and it audedon the lower part Q the wanscot tinEWhen the p6 ler was sweeping up lie noticed it and called Mr Nelsons at en Lion to Ihe picture which had lovelaifed l fffidm the dried spiule The tobacco juice and ihe lit le particles of dust it gut sug gests very plainly i crayon portrait of Gqy Wits so say Mr Nelson and otbea who have seen it It is being carefully protected and pros ved and some of our gtod emocratic friends say it is sur hunch winI Dwn is expected that it wiU bia regular Mecca for tbe manardeot supporters of that gre it mau- Harrodsburg Leader Tile Choice pf A Husband is too important a matter r a woman to be handicapped by w kness bad blood or foul breath Avoi these kill hopes by taking Dr King Life Pills New strength fine comp action pur breath cheerful spirits hings that win menfollow their use Easy safe sure 25c at Haydon Robertson Leading Agriculturist of of Kentucky Dies fAt Ex periment Station in Lexington Lexington Ky ug 15 PrtrL A Scovell irecior of the Kentucky I xperiment Station dean Of the College o Agriculture cf lent cby State University ard meer of the State Board of Agric Iture died at his home on the xperiment station grounds ai 11 0 oclock tonight after uii jllne s of about two weeks front rue mutism of thr eart Dr Scovell had been for tvceitysoven years the hid of tile Kentucky xperiment Station of wiich h was the tht and only direct was one pf the leading und jst widely known agrkutura c mists and livestock experts ot merica and through his official sition and iientitication wiih th State Fair and other publictenu prases bad become 01 of tl tee A influ nti al and popu ur itizens of Kentucky On account of Dt S ovells marked executive bilitv his IcnowledgeofagriuI rarscience md personal vojui rity the Kentucky exjerinieu staiionbe came a model for 2 any other States and nis ml mnce and hrc9ghoutthn expert know1dg of er4y tat tie in whichUepact ot 31 live sljock he was u recqgnized authority JacesB Ha giof New York authorised him to make S9yeral trip tto Europe to buy without regard j 0 cost thei cattlafor Mr Hagins gteat Elmendorf stock far this city Dr Scovell was nice interested in the agricultural t ivel pment of Kentucky and wa one of the chief promoters of tl agrlcultu ral train tours of the r State lastI spring He had peculiarly genial and magnetic ipersonality and wasoDopf the ost universally known and pipular resi dents of this city unJI was for several years a raeiihor of tbo Board of Park jmissonra l JirigJurorJi I 17 Glarehca S Darrow the noted Chicago lawyer was found not guilty iOday of the charge of bribinga juror in the McNamara case The jury was out just thirtyfour minutes Although warned against any aemonstraton by the bailiffs there was spontaneous outburst applause when Forpfiaan M R Williams in response tolihe courts query stated that the jury had found Verdict of not guilty There was a rush to the side or Ddrrow which was stopped by the bailiffs but it wasrenew a few moments Jater after Judge Button thanked and discharged the jury Darrow must stand trial 01 second indictment according to an announcement made by District Attorney Fredericks immediately after the acquitta1 Darrow apparently wa uncon cerned bver the statement of the prosecutor jurorsIstill in the box to thauk there and t o of them Jurors Golding and Dunbar threw their anna about him and patted his back Other jurors reached forward and clasped ban Js with the at torney The scene gradually resolved Itself into reception for Darrow tina the jurors and friends of the erstwhile defendant crowded up to congratulate andshake hands with the jurors while the flash lights of newspaper photograph ers boumejUfrom every anulel dff the court room Challenge i Mr Robert Spur eon will for really accept the chaHerire of Mr William Voris published in the Herald couple of weells ago for match games of checkers und marbles played by Washing ton cunty experts against any experts elsewhere Mrt Spurge on is getting his teams ready and the trjoui between tbechecker and warble players of Washing ton and Mercer will take place in Harrodsburg The date will be named later Oo his checker team Manager Spurgeon has secured such splendid players us Messrs A B Ru Brtnt Smock and Robert Black but he has not been so successful in securing his marble players HE is going to issue a call for the best ones in the county neil hopes to get many responses from experts From the applicants he will Choose carefully as he dont want bis team beaten The match game will be in Ear rodsburg and if an admission tsI charged it will only be for purpose of buyitfg prizes for the winners Httfrodsburg Herald Child Has Narrow Escape Maymie tbe little three year old daughter of Mr arid Mrs W R Johnston 1110 narrow escape from sodtus injury MtnI day afternoon about 6 Tho child with ono of her com paiiiooB was riding in a carriage with her grandfather Ben P Doom and when tie rthe Vaughn Hotel on Maio street the horse which has boon hired from the Hurry Browne livery stible turned suddenly into the stable pitching tho Little girl out on the ground Mr Dopin made a frantic effort to catch her but was unable to do so and she fell between the wheels of the vehicle The horse backed the front wheel of the carriage over the little girls arms just above tbe hands but before the animals feet came in coo tact with the prostrate child Will Caskey who was standirig on the pavement a short distance away ran to her assistance and grabbed her uy At her home it was found tharsha hud not been seriously hurt although her es cape from injury was au extroine ly narrow one Lebanon Enterprise L ii lLiidclhlheMMPD l SlpatotJ aJ Woodrov Wilson Scholar and Statesmanr JCandidate For President ggfrl 1 A Loaded Pistol Young Thomas CbristersOn seventeen years old who has been living with hi3father on the R issell Cecil farm on the Shawnee Run Run pike was ac cidentally shot Sucday night by pistol in the hands of his cousin Grover Oliristerson The buLet entered his groin making terrible wound and he died be belobtainedbel load of household goods to near J nc t IOUJlty und Thomns had an old pistol and laid it on the dresser Grover picked it1 up and was fooling with it when it went off and inflicted the fatal wound Coroner Slmckelford impanelled jury Monday and verdict of accidental deatti was rendered The remains were taken to Junctipu Oity for burial llurrudsQurgLeader 1 IHow To Kill Your TownJ Buy from peddlers as and much as often as possible Denounce your merchants be ciuse hey make profit ob their goodsGlory in the downfall of u man who had done much to build up your town Make your town out a bad prace and stab U every chance you get Refuse to unite in any scheme for the betterment of the materi all in crests of your people lrell your merchant that you get goods great deal cheaper In some qlher tpwn and charge him with eilqrtLpnv lf astrang Ier comes to your town tell him everything is overdone and predict general cra h in the near ruture4 If vou areJa farmeivcUrse the plac vheru tfade u the meanest on Dearth Talk this over with yofur neighbors und l toll them the men are robber und thieves U will malte yourt propert muclI lessSaluabl but you dout care Are you guljtj Ex Great Circus to Show at Lebanon Ringling Brothers Circus and newly ad ltd 500000 spectacle of Joan of Arc willl exhibit in L9banonLCV Thursday Sept 5ih The spectacle in itself is an attraction that should bring thousands of visitors from the surrounding country jCt is her yond question the greatest pro duction of its kiud ever seed in AmericsSThe worlds most skillful srlenic artists costumer property makers choious directors und stage managers were engaged to mount the production A stage bigger than hpndrcd ordinary threatres was built and made portable so that it can be Con voyed hum town to town aid erected each morning in the main tent Thus the cfrcus propri LuIS htkVe made It possible for those wuo live in contributory towns as well as in the large cltiJLto see this rnagnifite- ntfordtpay wllb iiastol 1 10 claitus a ballet of 8OO dancing gins a grand opera ihbrus of 400voices Gt50 horses aiid a ltrain load of special sen ery costumes properties and mi chanical devices for producing such 4age effects as thunder lightning storms tires and the sound of battle In the old market place Tof itjueu France there nOwbtand- a monument by Which the French of today have sought b redeem their pat iu the Execution of Joan of Arcwho on May O14b1- was burned to death on the false charge of heresy after having deliyuied her country from the English and hdving restored the crown OI Clurles VII fliatory records but the meager facts Of this strange heroine of eighteen yfcars Wt1u lEd iho armies ol Franco vicipiiuns through English inyasionv and then desertsd byUll Bfen the indolent monarcb lI- wh5mshe preserved died bytbs cruelest torture known with tne name oftha Master upon Her lips Uusung in poetry the name of tm simple peasant girl has cpfrdpwh though Jhe sg to btftyeJ as that off PVt W w A JT f SUBSCRIP1ONJYJAIrEARj t t 7 tjJ o t J was q a l a be a a a do a a c a 1 e a of a ed a a a tr a a a a a n a a a and whose wonderfalp VeW l1a whose bravery aretrUtliited to have been of dtvlni inspiration f On the triumphant iabldenta the victorious engagcEeotf the final defeat of thaEngfiirjaratei and the coronatfob of Ohtrlei VII all achievfedSy h frail Majd of Orleans hib ifoa d edthcj inspiring Bpectiiciirbk5h gives RingUn Brothtrtf clrcia new significance a Dd iiikM sa attraction such as tti1orfd in searching for amassment kaa never before found The regular circus prcrrali is more than eyer attractiyo Its companY of 875 fdreigurUst- its double cenageriir iiiftt sew street parade will proyeiV fr4t surprise to thoM who atttad from this city TbeTeVt Is one th it should tot titftiiwtf t yff j CroRoi The monthly croP feporto of the Agricnitari DtpiTrUtimt Is sued Friday show thisdiboa of corn to be 841 pJ4etfa- n average crop aid 6 S1baL percent while potWispirs re ported fo be 96 half p r cwt The estimated yield perfacra of w heat is 102 buahelt Wl oors 12 5 buskels anoo1UiUli bsry Sjgrbwjain Kentucky M a4owa t am average yield of i t 38 3 bushel to the acre 4 1 eaii the reports were 9i5 st dark tobacco ira Juneiaudthepreassi of same tarapott about 90 pet ciest Lie tsthe Barley sect ton led t JCoThe aye Jthe Ira oep summon loLl AppleH 75 pe- tOpsenps ipav J plaaBs halfi 1 grapeej 91 peroeet dltlons titro41OOt bite repdrlfd ae nkM exb S g resiitof tlw t aa TJr rawlaJL hi many O tb oounti 0t- Inud isiaMfI bu cultivatta f fb atop tobsco 7 shows that a brighter thea S n werso4tJa2 t SEy ecUourDora tts epa Ure eondmoM are ae a4ly fiat arr TI ffWSLEADER 3PR1NGFIkLDKX I t r ri nJI17IiY TaU DAY JARS L ME JOSEWtPOLIN JEiitors and Publishers 1 i kFrttr will hold its annual ll MtliB next week Of all the evjato that come and go in the pissing of thBJearatbe Fair r 1Igenuine source of pleasure It I has In it both amusement and fl education so true IS this tqatatr county which does not affor a Fair is not numbered among the t i progressive counties of tbe day The State Fair is a truly great fe1Tel1t in eacb year and bus in iti r i i Cfj mJCb ore than iis possibe for y L LtB limited County hair put f we could have butAne we would I unhesitatingly say give us thE Countyli Fairs are local in their nature 7 and the people of the county a4hakea1 pleasure in them that is 0 l not possible for them to take iln- It Ja Mate Fair and besides the County Fair reaches so many X people who can not afford to atx tend a State Fair i I Inoureducational movement a we must not lose sight of the i importance of the County Fair it Is an educatibn in itself Adispatch from Lexington to b the Cincinnati Enquirer says Big stakes are being played for tiProgressivesit i rt 1atlht1or the party organization J der the State primary la w r a jjijMia at the last session off t SllNiicUktiire but two parties t dUrptrticlpeIn the primary 1 1s the party polling the largest tnumber of votes and the part y polling the nextJrgestnumbAr Tae plan of the Progressive tto feolia larger number of votes than the regular Republicans and in that way gain control of il iltIse jsarty machinery the State If the plans of the Roosevelt leader materialize there will Jf b6 such a rattling of Republican 4 dry bones in Kentucky that r t aforesaid bones will never agai- get together Meanwhilei I e Democrats can sit back and fan themselves while the Republic r lions ara doing tile work that will result in a Democratic majpritj a hosejtrcif4 I a The Lower house o thfj National Congress has passad a w i bill introduced by the Hon Swager Sherley making it a FoodaodI r t fI their medicines as to their cura ttlvepropertles The bill should J pass the Senate and become a law It is very hard to find a patent Medicine that is not a N cure all ra panacea forall ills from the tiniest toothache to the TyphoiFever COJBJES through the country andIj balles r mostktzm he cured a solutetYbisom e beenIostudied oat by some patent Medicine faker It is gnarante i ed p cnrfijpf course and spin w r t timesjteelis a reward offered for kjr Incurable case of some jrte The unsuspecting fiG k thus taken in and pare iser his medicines for an iwbrltiiW price for people do i r X11111 K III as IIare NI11 ills rat k by I1oy add Bkd4Ct Troubl Kidney trouble preys upon themind discouragesandlessensatfibition beauty Tigor and cheerful 0 N ness soon disappear when the kidneys are Vont of order or di- J a Kidneytroublehasbecome eased prevalentthat J u mon for a child to be cbom afflicted with weal kidneys Iftthe child urinates too often lithe urine scald the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control thi ge it isyet afflicted with bedwet ting dependupon it thecauseof the dim culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these imP organ This unpleasant trouble is dueto a diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as well t men are made miser able with kidney and bladder trouble and both need the tame great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soonrealized Itis sold by druggists in fiftyicent and i Youmathave Tc ft r by mail free also a pamphlet telling all SrnmptwIn j mbnial letters received from sufferers who found Swan Root to be just the remedy needed In vrriticg Dr Kilmer k Co Bin hamton N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make an mistake but remember the name DC Elmer SwampHoot and the address lingfcamton y on every bottle not stop for expense when theyI believe that their ills tail bel- cured We have all heard of p itefat mldic nee failing to cure but of anyone receiving a reward never The proposed law does not strike at the legitimate inanu facturersof patent medicines but at the line who manufactures the cure all which is in feet no cure atolls rrhe Minnesota Bar Association atfbeing opposed to the recall off Judges and recall of Judicial decisions Another victory for common sense and sound reason If a Ridge is incompetent impeach him but doI not destroy the government by submitting questions of right and wrong to passion and popular sentiment TudgeWm H Field has been appointed to the chair of real DePgrtmenn t of tbe University of Louisville He is folio win gin the footsteps of his distinguished father Bon Emmett Field who was m the schdol from 1884 to 1909 General Wm Booth founds and lead of the Salvation Army died at London August 20IIInsect Bite Costs Log A Boston man lost his leg from thIbite of an insect two years before avert such calamities from stings an bites of insects use Bucklens Arnica andjpreventeczema cuts bruises Only 25 cent at Haydoo Robertson Litsey viilde tis the guest of Mr and Mrs J j L Martin Mrs Dan Kelly and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs JR Reed Miss Emma Polio spent the first of the week with Mis Bessie Smith Misses Verna ajid Ethel Rogers Myrtle Logsden and Mrs AtcxI anger spent Wednesday nighttj with the Misses Kelly Miss Annie Kelly has returned from Mercer County Miss Catharine 4rCnnn of r Chaplin is the gist of Miss Lavinia OConnor j Mrs Alexander is Emending the weeK with Jibe Missus 1el ytt Misses Julia Pauott Stglla Edelen spent Saturday with Miss JuHa FohuIDr and Mrs perrYIViU Commissioners Sale M K Hayes Admrs etc Plff vs lEiuity Scott Johnson etc Dft By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington CircA t Court rendered at the May term 131 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises on SATURDAY SEPT 7 1912 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 2 and S years equal installments the following described property toWit A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky about 4 East ot Springfield and known as the ARCHIE HAVES FARM The farm referred to in above men tioned order contains 239 acres 3 R and 38 Poles and lies in the rich Plea sant Run section of Washington Coun ty than whichthere is no better land for corn tobacco and general forming in Kentuky On this farm is a large and beautifully proportioned residence in good repair and standing on a partic ular welt chosen site a large and well built tobacco barn and all other out buildings necessary This farm is probably better equipped with respect to turnpikes than any other place in the county being bound od on the north or front by Springfield and Perryville pike on the east by Lebanon and Pledsant Run Shortline pike on west by Harbours Mill and Lebanon pike The fertility of its soil the quality of its improvements and the conveni ence of its location make this farm certainly one of the most desirable both as a home and as a business proposition in this part of the state The sale of this property will carry with it seediug privileges for fall of 1912 and full possession oh January 1913 This land will bo offered in two or more parcels as may seem to suit purchasers best and then as a whole the bid or bids realizing thwost money to be ace3t d For the purchaf price the punV ers with nppr reed stv iry ur or sutrti is- iijit execute biyid bearing interest ti oiu date of sale until paid and having JudgmentIBidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W r C 1 Notice All persous who made purch rises at my sale are hereby noti tied that my books are in the hands of Jas C McElroy and they y ill please go to him at the First National Bmk and saUo W D CLAY B1to0IE- 1Incubator Free incubator of the best make will be given Free Ito the Lady or Child sending us the largest number of paid up yearly subscriptions by Oct 31 1st at 25c each anddsample copy ijOURbator COUNTRY Dep Uldg sLouisvIlle Ky Mail Carriers Will Fly This is a aJeof great discoveries weIDayIsee Iiall directions transporting mail Peo Ipie take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them That why Dr Kings New Discovery fu Coughs Colds and other throat antit lung diseases is the most popular medicine in Americaun cured me of a dreadful cough writes Mrs J F uotlrIf dies had failed Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection Price Uuc and 100 Trial bottle free t Haydon S Robertson vr2Jrr Jo omtsn8 e e pI1 9ql1J40a I30LG 701 u J V GaDti us j I TO THE PUBLIC i a t From August 25th to September 5th I will Chemical f41 1J I11OOPE J Gents SUIT Suits for j These Prices are not good after September 5th Afteif ir i thitt date it will cost J5150 per suit as beforeII am J DryTt1 i t 1Si i It- oi y III rlr WSpringf I it Jj F W BAUMEAUERProI r L TT r1F l 1w c Tw 1f 1c91 tic1 t 2t A dt2tmIg2 dt lt d222tcS i2 2td t d549k9T94t t d941t k t 4i r IeuQr AnnualI August iQV LEAPANCE ALEL LCUT PRICES liST J EVERY DEPARTMENT x 4riU SB FOR NEXT 30 DThYS d it itUothing EverytHng in our Mend and Boys Clothing Depart cnt must jJlO ro ardless of price inclu ding blj surges greys tans browns and new tl rthnrjBIios rHartS h Enet Marx 25 and X30 suits 15 G 1Sl8 end 20 suits 12 Wellno h Brand 15 Suns for 12 Gf I 1250 Suits for 7 50 Every J i4and stele in Uoyt Knielierbnckcr GltsSuits going at th foUowing prices 10 00 its clSGOO 8 00 Suits at 5 00 5 10 its at 350 tOp Suits at 200 Dress Goods oOcior yVhite worth Percales Mesaline Mdsalinft 75ci Prtcci Specially Table Linens u Deep Cut rricesin Carpets Rugs Mattings Extra S uper Ingrain Carpets 70c 9 12 ft Velvet Rugs worth 2000 for 1650 e Extra 5 uper C Ingrain 50c 9 12 ft Velvet Rugs worth 1750 for 1250 Union ngrain Carpets 912 Tapestry Rugs worth 2200 for 1750 1OOO Yards Mattings 12 to 30c 912 Tapestry Rugs Worth for 1350 U ft Axminister Rugs worth 2500 for 2000 912 Tapestry worth 12s0 for 1000 912 ft Axminister Rugs worth 2250 for 800I9 12 ftt Velvet Rugs worth 2200 for 1850 9 12 Crex Rugs worth J550 for 7 P i s all t of in a of t SAID TOEBE A most inter ins Hjtlo has recently com6 Off the press setting forth with Bible routs that com municntious nnni ed by aud tbrouyh SpirItist Mfdlliim Is of Demon oripin The writer twei his suljeett through the Scrii turrsT nu the time vhn ccrtnln of tin Iwl nnmU became ills obedient 1111 prj cs front the Scrip lures tthatt llui fiillou spirits per sonata tilt liunui tlwiil with wliosc ipast htstorysPh tlim li Juvlsllilc ure tboroupliv m iMintc1 lie sliosvs oiiininndiiiK theg deer cL onox tto pray do lieuancefctc This however Is merely to tend rem on and to bring theta more thoro jshly butler demoni neal control So ethnesby hreaklnj down the tin turu human will thiy isst ulr victim and nile him more or lss his ruinfro lltl1t ly sealing such to tho toad house Numenms lllustnt Ions Scriptural and t be In the bands f all Intercut l m Stint kin or wIll liive friends Inter CKtwl tbrrln tt lse live tworeiH ptniiiiis to tl1l Hillflf Tractt Vkwlety lllks sr tKklyu NY t HE SIGNED HE REGISTER the Buxom Whlpws New Husband Wrote Just ifhat She Had Tauflit Him A buxom and wI somo widow decld etl to continue her ato husbands bust ness wholesale eat purveyors and hi ion ilinttal arid rllnVc mon ono John Ji 1 as her manager John though an a itute and clever bus- Iness man could either read nor write The widow partly cured him of tho latter Uy teaching him to write Settled 3in Jinx when giv ling a receipt for accounts flalfl to him business tnprovcd slid pros- peredII as llkewlsj did the amatory feelings e widow and John tho t ng In a proposal and af arrlago After the usual prellmlnaVlcf the ceremony took placo followed by an adjournment tto the vestry to cbn leto tho legal for Qualities happy John was taa first asked to sign John somewhat bl shlng took pen hand and clearly and unmistakably wrote as his stgnat lire In the register Settled John Jfns Synthetic Diamonds IThore recently rppeared In Paris some diamonds h ivlng all tho ear marks of tho genu ie article and t I were offered to a number of dealers at very attractlv prices Certain rigid tests wero ap lulled experts en t different from na ural stone T diamonds are Jjel eved to be man factured by a syntj jetlc process but by exports who flx tilned them th vrere claimed tp Igenuine Fro this it terns thei cret of making dia I monds Is really t lag solved and It will not be long un Jl this new prodyc of the electric ft nnce yrlll take li place with synthe c rubies sappblrot I and other mania tured gems which change are now sold in thji open market Ex One lot mercerized Silks worth up t6 20c One lot goods worth up to 50c for 15c Muslins worth up to lac for lOc Ginghams 12tc and I5c for lOo 30 inch forTJcv 36 inch Silks 95c 27 bell Silks at Cut on Nap kins Towels Crashes 7f 0 C Carpet 40c 12 1650 912 Rugs 1900 S brochure appointed detect by f I DA aq eo 9 119 12 1 139 14 AT THE FREE CLEAN MIDWAY v Boys School REDUCED RAILROAD RATES r l 320 PAUL JONES tw l vldr aJII- r UufT wI r I f Straw ETtls iid Sailors and Panamas afctheloi lowing prices f 350 grad at J250 S3 00 grade at 200 2 50 grade ato200 grade at 1 00 ieLadies Oxfords and White Buck r Be sure and look afc these buying SHOES wit250 pair of W TJ Druglhs and 6Beacon Low Cut Shoes in the 350 grade now go for 2 50 in deluding tan gun metal l anti pat leather Dont fail to come aud see these sno s Also a full line Florsheim low cuts We have lOf a andn Trschool shoes that we are selling regardless of price t 2tj centi off Lace Curtains Wall Paperat eiJ ju Tobacco quits and Gum 1atsin Sues 1 Have just received beautiful line Mens Fine Shirts tie newcQloisimd styli s with a beautiful line wash Neckwear to match every pattern i Cunningham Dvncaii k SPIRITISM DEMONISM IItJrsonnle tmrrjertbe thsshunir IBut betwoent dulyI j riceakin utdine AlrnostHalf J resuI rjB D1LAKE C01i DEALERS IN 1 COALaGRAIN 1 FEED1I rf We give 80 Ibs of Coal to the bushelland1 load all wagons with coal fork ioadedin this A way you GET NO SLACK You canxnot use slack in a stove or grate So why buy it Be- havesure your coal forked and save m9 by doingso vV c eyI I II I COML JI GBIG VS6S- EPTEIIRER 910 1912 Kentucky StideFair LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED DAILY RACES ATTRACTIONS LffiERATIS BAND Farmer Encampment AddressliaILCENTSECVI onuLouisvillemEven ing post until Oy for 150 Straw Pumps before Men to C7 ikr i fit1 V w 0F1t on = IfI f 5 at 2 oclock p m offer for sale on the premises to the highest and best bidder the following described parui to 2- j wit 5 jf The home i luce inff tbelUe R hard Sale siQuttid 8 0CJ iiiIl uiprovemedtsia 2 c aftrcthe aero and will be surveyed to tho purchaserif hEso f desires f TERMSLand vilJ bo sod for qre third casht torc raalnder in one two and threeais With imt i JJr de 0erred payments TaQarjBg 6 per croiit Ttiterestirbm daUv with liey rqedonlandb ti i F F E rnd J M t Sal Exc utoraoFRichatd Sak4 j- 11 a 6 iL 11 ffL- T ADR G T BURTON r li kIDENT DENT1Tj J I All Work Guaranteed d0 r fPHONE 192R f i L orriB Hagan Block up stain 1 i PRINGF1ELD KY 7 DR J C MUKD j Physician andd Surgeon Office hours 8 to 9 am 1 to 2ipm i Offices 0ver Haydons Prugstor I1 1r WKGRIGSBY J ATTORNEY AT LAW J Office over Peoplesl Bank- 8PRINOFIELIJ KY j t t tr D MW HYATT DrugaStore Office hours Hyatt 1080 3tn to 12 rn 4 to 5 pm L t qii11f TrijjWILLIAMSJ Notary Public r wllrLis BURG KYI Depositions a Specialty Rte l JOHN 1 MAYES J JOIERllL uiHECTO- RV IHD LICENSED EMBALMER Vr TELEPHONE DAY 19 NIGHT 7- 4j SPRINGFIELD KY j f DM F TRUSTY 1 V PRACTICAL r DENTISTt f Office over Hayden Barber Pental work atreasonable A Uwork guaranteed ricest SPRINGFIELD KY i PUBLIC SALE tJ tr Having decided tot quit farm 1iag I will Qti itilr4aYtSepIZ 211 191ii ttter for sale my farm if notI sold privately before Saidfarm iV7 miles west of Springfield on the Bearwallow and PredencUs jfwnpkE I will also on same dale offer my stock crop larmingimplements etc Kr J C e 1 EAlS0RI tt At Auction 2 On Saturday Aug 24th at 2 PM I will sell at public auction some house and Intchen furni ture Terms cash except fur ten dollars or more which must be made nepo labia i Mrs OO Lam ion r e V Notice S Peteraontsl jpartnerahip should anyone have fI claims agiinst said firm they will present them lor payment SM Peterson SamT Spaldiii l OO OOOOWU i t i TOWN iLocalThe Freshest and Latest I AHAbout Yourself Friends and Acquaintances l costicks- See Barber Pettiis for tpbar Newt Hat in white and colors Mrs Williams GoodOak tobaccosticksatBarber s FOR SALEWagiu and set of double harness T P OBryan Moving pictures every night lung the Fair at Walnut Strett Theatre Benjjember we have everything new in summer felts Mrs Williams 0 L Brady Springfield Kyj R R 3 has for sale 150 bushel- of White Seed rye FOR ALE Two tqorougb South Down buftks C L Crundy R RI The infant child of Mr Mrs S E elements was last week T- t antlj j Dont forget the fact that ladles will be admitted free tto the Fair first day and school t children free the second day RoaTENice Dwelling on High Church Street Has uearCatbohcI toITr Chemical Dry Cleaning French Dry Cleaning Sponge Gleaning Hat Reblock JI ng and Dyeing Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer Prop i Strayed on my farm near Fen wick one white sow weighing about 250 pounds Owner may bave same by paving furrthis advertisement and for pasturage Shelton Jeffries The Peoples Deposit bank has 2000 vax sanitary drinking cups topresent to the school children and others that will call at the barik next week during the Fair Please can and take one I r As the late train was return ng from Louisville Sunday night a Louisville mannamed Harig fell from the steps of the last moving train and was run ove by a freight passing at the time and instantly killed Be was a copper worker and plumber atteuding the Fair have IWhile or trousers pressed wait in the parlor of reading matter aq work done to please Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer Prop Strayed From my place about t 10 days ago a light red sow a few dark spots weighing about 300 pounds Not marked but due to pigs Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded B D Clements Every Body come to the Washington Co Fair and have your measure taken for a new Fall and Winter suit and over aodiskirtsGuaranteed Springfield City Tailor F W Baumbauer TOFIGS I 1DR V MANNING DENTIST SPRI NGfIELD KY r LOffices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 234R Hours 8 to 121 to 4 The Law says a bushel of coal tis 801b We have always given you 80 Ibs of coal fora bushel Economy says have your coal loaded wItha fork We load all of our wagons with a fork See that you get your coal load ed with a fork so that you get no slack You cant burn slack itsB D Lake Co perdsons from here attended the Meeting of the Federation of Catholic Societies in Louisville last Sunday A very large crowd attended from various parts of the United Stbt s The great parade m the afternoon was witnessed by 125000 people It took the parade two hours and one half to pass a given point The Apostolic Delegate was in attendance and celebrated the Pontifical Mass at the Cathedral at 1030 A M Judge B L Litsey has re ceived from R C Terrell State Commissioner of Public Roads a notice that examinations will be 2rlonISeptember 5 1912 for the pur pose of examining persons as to their Qualifications for County Roaa Engineers Under this new law no person can be ap pointed to this position unless ho is a reputable civil engineers who had two years practical experience as road upe visor and who shall in addition to such experience pass a creditable ex amination by the State Commis sioner of Public RoadseIhe subjects are Theory and prac tice of road building drainage grades earth computations use land care of road machinery maintenance of earth abd macadam roads and such other subjects relating to road prob lems as the Commissioner may deem of vital importance Per examirnation may apply to the County Judge for further information For Sale I desire to sell privately my KyrFarmdhas on it 2 good dwellings good tobacco and stock barns Has on it two never failing wells and is otherwise well watered 40 acres bottom landPious Fen ick Farm For Sale Near Woodlawn in Nelson County 125 acres of good land 1st claSs improvements on a pike and near a R RStatioD Terms easy Call on or address E N Fulton Bardstown Ky Springfiefd City Tailor Suits pressed gents 40c Ladies 50c pants pressed 15c F W l3aumbauer Prop f c tt iiHiU uN1r1t tU1 11rUUlrl mrlf tt1 lirlfUlll 1fUlf 1 fl l IVt i fe You are cordially invited to attend our i a g V y t u I Fjl Tailoring1 Opening Eif E heldby a ilcW I AAC HAMBURGER SONS iJ- jjSv j 1 a s Et E Merchant Tailors1 Baltimore wVyh rJ f v Saturday Monday and Tuesday or i t S r AUGUST 31 SEPTEMBER 2and3rd steiv ELi when their representative will be with us to show you a a fc beauiful all wool line of the latest Fall creations and take your E measures Fit guaranteed 3 r 1 QRUNDy lyiclNTIRE ir Wtii SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY jEg S W it d iWW lIl iwlltiiliWlj liwIJ liUi il jIliiijjliliijj i anyon ohs anything thi IIf good In the ayofcattlci bring it to the Fair next week Let usi tptart som hang lath e cattle line We hajj e the Count and we have the gri ss It is a easy to have goodcittte as scrub ones We have son e good cattle but we want more 4We want to see Washington County placed iin the front rank LVe want see the bigcattle n 3u visit us a5 they did some few years ago Show the old cow at the Fa1rt this year and let us get up some competition And erhaps next year we will hay something better Washincrfni Jaunty s naturally stockrsin county and we wont to see tflier tflkel the place to which shei entitled in that HneiSquire HendrensiCourt Saturday was att treat day in Squire Hendrens Court There was one of the greatest crfwdsI seen in Willisburgfoia long tint el Prof J MuWilliamj was OQ triala for haying whipped a pupil i CIMcUharJ rosecutionlandtheI Defendant There was a con siderahle amount ct testimony71 introduced on the tiial and iit consumed the entir day Tl Qj jury found the Defendant Guilty and fixed the penalt at a fine o 5000 The case wj I be appeal ed Overseer for St Catharines The Literary Society of St Catharines have en Toyed Mr Marion Cecil as Oi erseer for their farm for the el ping veer In securing the sery ces of Mr Cecil the Sisters of t Ca bar inns have made a wi a move he is a man of goo judgment and long experience in farming He is a most excell it judge of stock of all kinds and we pre diet that the farm of jSt Cathar ines will be iuccessfullv conducted during the time Mr Cecil is overseer tyr Corbett who has teen succes fully man aging the Furm fors veral years past resigned beca ise he has accepted a position a Electrician and Engineer in m naging the Electric Light pint at the Academy St Cat rifles now has all modern in Drovements and takes a place second ton female school in the State Tax Cases Appeal d Mr R J OMahoriev State Revenue Agent wa here Tues day He has taken an appeal in the tax cases that wi re decided against him here aj few weeks ago The Appeal td the Circuit Court was taken on tjie question of some Costs that re assessed against him in the C mnty Court He says that he wi Intake he cases to the Court of Appeals iift necessary and train r the other side of the quetioui there are some that will sta with him necessarai New High School At CourtyIBoard of Educatien last Satur day it was voted tI establish h a County High School rA committee was a pointed to sameIemplpvIa competent 5 teach same Roberts Mr Jap Roberts died at tUe home of Mr lL C Offutt lastt Monday after a lingering illness of tuberculosis He was about 140 years of age and well known citizen He was a barber tby trade and was livSp in Louisville being on a isit to M Offutts when ho ed He is survived by his wife xd sever children BUMP v is at New Hope Tuesday The Bardstown Fair If One of the clan est county oflBardstownofl f year p tember This sple did old in stitution is historic t ith to nam and fame Its grounds are beautiful its display are always of the best and the h spitalityof its people is unsurpa sed From the report ol its officers this year bids fair to be the li vest brightest and best of its history If you wan to have a real good time go to the Bards town Fair Sept 45f is lAunt Bet Mason a highly respected colored wo mn died iinf Chicago a few days ago The remains were broug t here for interment Ji GREAfIALE- Of Durocs at MrE S Mayes FLast Monday One of the greatest hog sates ever held in the United States was that which Tas held at the- o sale ravPo of Mr E S Mass last Monday Jjhls may seem broad assertion at first thought but when it is considered tnt Mr Mayes is the owner of Dc leader the worlds greatest lay iug boar which has wont first prizes at not otily many state fairs but that he was the cham pIon and grand champion at thtj andIthatmany of the hogs sold were sired by this great boar and many others bred to him it stands proven hfyord a doubt that the worlds greatest hog MondayThe t large crowd were present Then large pavilion was filled to overflowing and the crowd included not only a large crowd of rash ington county people lint cao buyers from Ohio Indiana llli nois Tennpssee Iowa Georgia m9ny other slates This is71and first great sale Mr Mayes has had since he purchased De fender and that he was a valu fable addition to lhis herd way testified to by the presence of a great many Duroc men who have not attended his former sales veStendersired by him averaged 126 pi sovrsod for S 835 and a boar sired by Defender sold for 225 A number of spring pips ofgSiOtMr Mates is well prepared offthe best pwilions to be found anywhere Not only this but the general appearance of his farm forces the visitor td jflare him iti the first class ns a farmer and a stock mu- gPERSUfVAL Mr Conrad llerUeii off Note Albany Ind is visiting friends heir for are days Mr John S McElro JK is in Paris this week Miss Lucile Green entertained a few friends at a theatre warty Tuesday evening Miss Elizabeth McAlee ol Eiizibethtown is the guest of Miss Annie McElroy 1Mrs Katie Neale and daugh LOUISilletare RbNeale Prof A L Jenkins arrived here from Cincinnati Ohio Man day to join his wife and daughter who have been visiting her parents Mr and Mrs G D Duncan They will remain here until after the Fair Mr and Mrs George Mullican have returned from their bridal trip Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby toaErsternnpoints Messrs 1 D Tpp and E S Mayes attended the Luroc Hog sale of J lF Middleton at Shelby ville IKy yesierday Messrs Jack McChord Morn son Onan Louis Kelly Richard LogsdonTaylor attended the dance at Tuthatn Springs Friday night Grundy Mayes is visiting Mr and PAirs iicott Mayes at Washington City Mulicaqrhave returned from their brid all EastalMr and Mrs W F Grigsby have returned from u trip to Washington D U and Old Point Comfort Mr Joe Thompson has re turned to his home at Pittsburg after a visit to relatives here Ella Adams of HarrodsIMiss is visiting Mrs C D Robertson eM and Mrs Clel Adams of Harrodsburgi spent Monday with ThompsonfJrMiss Ellen Wathen isspeoding this week in Louisville Cincm natl and Indianapolis Miss Margaret Hayden was returning from Owensboro Misses Josio Lee Mary and Minute McClelland pant tthe week end with Miss MaLttJis Keene Mrs J L Harmon of Powling x I JUST RECEIVED I i I A igjan 9Oi e Lolla I PfUTLAUliiST x Uitsli Cut and made in latest arIand i ett IIprie8SfWiil SURELY PLEAS ElYQUIiIi received large assortment j I Mens and Childrens fl RAINCOAT H We urge the trade to the make their selections early before they are picked over I CUT RICESALEOf all summer goods still going on and will continueun til Sept 1st Come and get some of these great bargains ALWAYS GLAD TO SHOW YOU THROUGH I THE ROBERTSON CUYBROOKE C w 1 S LNCORPORATD 1 tMr ir1iii Of r J I BUY YQURCOALINOW I t I I T AND SAVE MONEYII mBeginningYour Coal House with High Grade i t I 15c TENNESSEE per Bushel COAL on Car at O on j6odel veredd t ii- II 80 lbstt o tie bushel = t 1 II McCLURE8MAYE JI THE COAL DEALERS JsGreen is the guest of Dr and MrsI W T Barnette Mr George Thompson who has been staying it Louisville for some time is here Mr WJll Thompson of Louts ville is the guest of his patents Mr and Mrs R D Thompson Miss Annie Gregory is visiting Miss Brown at Bloomtield Mr Tom Smith and Miss p Elizabeth Smith of Bardstown are the guests of Mr and Mrs JoeOiaybrooke Mrs EO Walker entertained = Sat500Misses Addie willett Margaret Logsdon art ill Nrw Haven amIII Miss Margaret Edelen has turned from a visit to Louisville Mrs Jodie Spalding hap re urued from a trip East Mrs Harriott Ann of St Marys is he friends here WheatleyI I Mr Dudley R l turned from Lexhlgton f Mr L O JMcCarty has re i turned from mpbellsbrgl Iff1t Hon W FI Booker who lids been ill for sometime past was 1 at his office yesterday Prof John M Cooney who isjj1 J1INotr1 J1I p rofiCV J Jaggers oL Mji 1erJisameI Reliab and CoiprehenBiYeTeleplione Service Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company gives yon a universal service that 1 is local connections with alt tizens in your town and Long Distance con nections to all outsid important cities and towns You getex tJiwhat you pay for Call our Ajanager for further information The demand fs not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service f r i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TPLEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated i J DANEEHOLD Pres nnd Tress JT DANNEHOLDJr Vicepresident N1M r GEO TWYMA j Secretary Main Street Tobacco WarehouseCo 4lffjINCOBPORAT D I MAIN STREET HOU- EfINDEPENDENT y r DANNENHOLD COj Proprietors ls t 92325 W Main Street bet 9th and 10th LOiSitB KY Storage Four Months Free ofCetj Best Light in City Auction Sale Boat Inspection zy 1Retu J Prorapfiy Mark Your Io he Cs M IN STREET HOUSEr SPECIAL NOTICE TBE ToIkCGO wbhaveoacitbeMain i st t n 1NN YN Ib r i NN1S ii 8 N TIME TABIIE t A South Bound North l T No 41 No43jNo 81 No 42 N 4 nails Daily Sun DiOJy DsGI Y Bjc sun ECSun only EJSltta o awl le t m 72nam rn 890 irrr- 9p 138Idtow Il J ct 22 id 420 7 07Pi 130 u i4 Pl0 ll 146 ll fi46 r rl hgtleld fGli 11205 500 1 Ar An LLte 11K1t1131ttiKK N y f f cik mIONs srEgH LYPRllSED i irS1PlMIC MftJIII 1f- tL v f ciApproYaI t ii JiSCBEEI ABLEJSAFE SANE t IWi1I1 Imprs the Country Favorably DtelarM William Jennings Bryan AdmlrafcU Prn uric mnt Say ti WcTwmircrarkJApMls Strongly to r Every L iitim U lutlneM Intereit DjclarMijJ Hn W Kern 4 rAn AcfjnlrabU Speech Jnn William J BryanGovernor Wilsons speech of acceptance la ad PnirabIe It s original in Its treatment of the Issues of the campaign 1 am sure the address will impress the conn e try faforaWy Appeali Strongly to Every Legitimate utlnete Interest pSJobn W Kern Senator From Indl taaarQbTernor 7ilsona speech of ac ceptance Js a masterpiece setting forth with great clearness his conception of the work to be accomplished by the ibeocraHc party under his leadership It in complete harmony with the t fcrofTreaslve sentiment of the country but also appeals strongly to every Ie gidmate business interest WHI Take High Rank Champ Clark Speaker of the House F ft ef RepresentatlvesConaldeed from ifr literary standpoint Governor WIN ri gn sJ fpeech of acceptance will take high rank in the political outputof the year It will make pleasant reading and therefore will prove a fetching campaign document He discusses theI i isneoftfee day philosophically ly and forcibly Its courteous will allay opposition and win him friends It is an admirable pronounce c peat lattle Hymn of Democracy Senator Gore of Oklahoma1 lbe r closing 8entence of his speech will be me the battle hymn of Democracy in the pending campaign I thank God ani take courage it is at once a patan of Braise and Is a summons of patIbUcduty Discreet Able Safe and Sane John tET Lamb exRepresentative veTon Indiana Speech is discreet able wife and sane Governor WU believes in the efficacy of the scalpel r rrather than the big stick His dissection of trust and tariff evils Is unique and convincing ills suggestions of re form in methods of government and reduction of tariff schedules will meet Iwith approval of legitimate business if and thelaboring masses as welL IPaints the Way For Justice Hoke Smith Senator From Georgia t fdengtitedwith Governor Wil 4 4 sons f eech of acceptance It is a superb statement of the present i pose of ihe Democracy and points pure way for justice to all through ireal F progress by law under the constitutionl p With his election assured It I i Vg1econfldence to honest business an kDei courage to those who needn square deal I II Lays His Soul Bare JobiJ F Fitzgerald Mayor ot Boston Gbieriior Wilsons acceptance Iis characteristic of the man He lays his soul bare tothepeople and asks them pa to Join with him irrespective of party i in righting present wrongs without un due clamor or Injury to legitimate In terests He lays emphasis on con structive thinking and I believe this t epitomizes one of the nations great est needs at the present tIme It wi be President Wilson overwhelmingly In November Progressive but Not Wild 3 IThomas Mott Psborne Auburn N Governor Wilsons speech fits the tccsaion and the man progressive but I not wild sane strong and nnmlstaka Ibly Jemocratic It makes an inspiring opening of the campaign Indicatt ing clearly and nobly the spirit In which the leaders of o rreg l Democratic party must work not ope ft mere partisan mate believe b pf honesty and justice toward a nn Prophetic of Success Governor William H Mann of Vlr I glnia JJ think it was an admirable BPfech It was wise conservative co tens1epro betlc not only IcSsupremacy for years to come i sings True In Every Sentence Governor Frederick W Plalsted1 Manalt Isa splendid presentation of thftisje3 for the American people It riiigsctrua In every sentence and in etery word It represents the spir ofJthetDeIhocractof today It is the address pfta stotjesmau f An Admirable Presentation ii Governor Eugene FtJssJ Massachu setts JtW8s an admirable presenta w I 1 +HHHi 7i4 II +++ iIII4 tS REVISE TARIFF UNHES1TAT + + W iriOLY DOWNWARD E Eii i f the tariff and it i thjd downward unhesltatItii ntf steadily downward 1 VoodiTir Wilsons Speech jC ACVPUIIgthe Democratic Noml f4 natTonr IIi fHIJI1rr HI r Ii ltcla f Jt IYou Cant Afford To Miss = 1l 1 1 THE SPRIMPILILllI PAIR 5 1 TO BE HELD AT SPRINGFIELD KY r 1 HTIPHQTAUuUol 8 2o 3Li t k BIG DAYS 4 IIjj- dfu- u Music by GrelsS MIlItary Baud 1 ii Ii or J fiThe Premium list has been materially increa edand e the finest Stock in the State will be on exhibition A fine place to meet acquaintances and renew old friendships lt 11 11Write for Catalog WI F GRIGSBY Secretary I J tJ 11 J Ji JI J it r r ft 08 ll ll I1l t = =u IIziIiiiiiixIII1LABOR AND RIGHT THE RULE 121 t The working people of AmenF rcnIt they must be distinguish tell from the minority that conIt-t stkutes the rest of Itare course the backbone of the nurofF tion No law that their life that sateguunlsIIlea and mOral f which they Ue that makes theirifhours of labor rational and tol 11orf erable that gives them freedom andSt T cannot prtect themselves can tproperly be regarded ns class i- T legislation or us anything but n In f 3 measure taken In the Interest Ji the whole people whose phrtItIn right action we II trying to establish and make real II and practlel It Is in this spirit II that we shall act If we are gen II inine Fpokesmen of the whgle II countryFrom Woodrow WiltI t sons ocratic Sucech Nomination Accepting the DemIIf I IIIIIIIIHHooHIHHJi-IIII F tion of the real Issues upon which the campaign will be fought this fall i think that It Is bound to strengthen Governor Wilson among the thinking people of the country Will Ring Through the Country Governor George W D unghey Ar kansas1t was a great speech It will ring through tile country It Is jjust what he should have said The- people have never felt more coutldent of success since the first domination of Grover Cleveland teliowa For Wilson J Wade lowiLFo Ithe first time Since the state was acf to the Union Iowa will this year give Its electoral vote to the Democrat Ic nominee for president Jeffersonlan to the Core John A Dlx Governor of New 1YorkGovernor Wilsons speech of acceptance Is marked with broad vl siou and clear thought expressed iin uuderdstand As n business mnn and man facturer I nm esioolnlly pleased with posltlouIIon the paramount re form and his demand for un Immedi ate Downward rvvlslon n sincerity prccjsd statement and comprehensive grasp of great principles and their ap plication of the fundijuiehtajl needs of Itthe country the speech Is Jeffersoiilnn to the core It contains no appeal to prejudiceIs pfLion of the truth that u r strug jgle In the pemllrtg campaign Is be fvreon the concent rated powers nrIprlv liege and till asplmtlon of the Auierl ItCUll llllll to realize in their govern merit nUll their t conoinlc Industrial nnd social relations the full measures nf principles of freedom justice anil progress npn which the republic was founded To nil the Issues and pviiry natloual need Ooyenior Wilson nptiliv the rule of right common jnhMiitage The reforms he advocates are fnrrcachlng but they are uecos sjtry sound and practical The speech Wlll11 m ken and stir the national conscience mlwilland lead to a triumph that of their government and inaugurated a new und happier epoch In the4llfe an development of the republlc Worthy Lea erof Progressive Amen t tcUtL n Uoitnn = Gcver I t da A WO1VZANr OI 9ilrt itZ Depd on her gaersl health and frnc3umn frouu pt1in Many a woman looks old Jf C her tide because of those irregunridee yhicb are essentially fenuinine I3s Startup from early woinanhood ihe Buffers from frequently recurring derangements 8hbia Vf ft her wttnanly health If thajso beautiful she grows Into that mellow f cfJte4swithout Wrinkles and crowfeet about the eyes or the blue circles utfdcrneatb kieiarubIyths rule that such women suffer little or not ut all from womanly JiMSitVieiuU whIch sap the health and Uave la the feet the telltnlo sly of pain ml edfcflkjt DrRV Pierce tho famous specialist in the discote of women found 1i pnHylftitim ia his early practice that soothed tha organism peculiar to woman a eo44d th machinery as it were of the human system and helped the woman M fMtMtbece painful periods that scarlined and aicd her face This remedy became the wcUknownDr Pierces avoritcrescriptiua that has benefited thousands of women and sedthemn from misery and suffering at different period it- SarubIemnowtiwell Ont wrlta and doctoring with Myeral auferer each one saying ttWU pomething differ cat and the lut one attarputting tne through thoroush examination lid I eufferitiir frori n growth which in time would result in opertaIatJiUtetimmediatelyfelt DaFlaressz4dicire2 ae r I tic as c tai toi sad t hopo will help other na thai tave bslju4 mo 1 ncJr vrii ou vpccvu acccpiunoe the utterance of a twentieth century statesman v With ken perception he recognizes the evils from which the people suffering anti the dangers which threaten our welfare Viili hroad vliyii lie j tin1 wiy ih1 vfs rrninvil rrt Hi uu5 nvtri lie proves iis IIJlltIOtFlu tact as well as In name and his courage Is unduubted Progressive Auierlcnns have In him u worthy lead her t Equable and Moderate New York Sun Governor Wilsons speech of acceptance has good lick as well nn merit It comes just In time to contrast sharply with the terminable iKdliiiulle rant of Th Den tutus Afrlmnus Ierox And if without contempt of rumpus It may be siid though written by a college presi hut very recently retired It Is Int ingflsh language not anaemic and seldom with suspicion of prlgglshness ulrIown NVhnt will please everybody who ltis n living to make Is Governor sois equable moderate tone ou error Wilson Is for repair not for de struction JPartne3hip of tbs People IIPIIIlltihhgThe domlnnnt thought the very soul of his discourse Is the cocimon Inter est of all lPI1 their partucrjililp In our activities and our prosperity The partnership Idea comes from his mind nut ns n snMlmated polltlcal the ory but as n practlcaj Immediate remedy Straight to the Heart New York World Wootlro Wll spns speech of arceptauce lstiue uihltaitt clearest sanest statement of high IUI lie purpose this country has known n gencnitlon Wltluuit passion wltli out luvectlviv without nltustt without partisan liltt nips without denuncla tion without egitilsiu without damn gogy he hlla driven straight to the hanrt of the supreme katie of Amcr Ivan inntltuM H11tthe partnership ttweeii government privi- legeFAttHSSHOOLOr J SUPPORT WILSON Best Equipped Man For Presl dincyy Since Lincoln SENATOR GARDNERS VIEWS The Maine Statesman Himself a IFarmer Declares That President Taft Would Continue to Tax Farmers of the United States and at the Same Time Compel Them toCompete With Canadian Farmers The rcasous why those uuguged lu ugrkultiirul pursuits should supjiort Governor Vooilrow Wilson for prcsl demit ure strnngly set forth by Seiiator Obndlufi Gardurr of Mjiine In un drcua to Canners ISelilltllr GurtlULr Is a practical farm cr one who farms his own farm and he Js probably in closer touch and sym pathy with country life uud Its pubItwentylive years Senator Card rIIor has bwp octively Interested In nationnl grange and for ten years Itlm wits the iniistor of the state grange Maihe fetf years ago be ojjnie wIthin ii clo enitrglu of being eluded Rovectior of tin Pine Tree SUite A little lev than a year ago when Senator Irye who bad represented Alnluel in the etinte for thIrty years died Governor IMalsted honored Mr Gardner and recognized the agricultural interest of the country by np pointing him to the United States ate where he btis made u uiOat credit able record devoting particular utten tiou to the welfrtre of the great rura population of the country He is uov 5a candidate Jor reelection and will uu doubfedly be succesaful In hIs utldriws Senator Gardner says To the Pam of thUnlted States Greeting Being one of you nijd for the greater part ofmy tin having been engaged In the practical everyday Duties of my own farm having been for twentyrivo years past oHltltlly nt work through ti avlr o- fIJnwt Oin a5 r 0f llr171nct oaun5 UI1 yrIzra ond officer of the jiailonal grange and as master of the tflu Male grantjc years during wtih time the under Maine added 3554 members and attained a power and InUtu nee never held befirv I feel am In pt i tlon to peak from Ist8nlllolnt oron iyho knows the farmer nn ill U solely because pf i r 1IIIltt ll I4H 1I THE PEC PL ANp THE CUR i 1 IJJ Ith NCY the compllcat + i it question of the i j i 1rency1F I heIIi but because hey do not neces isarlly couipny elldi he business of the country III twIt tmstandlngthey IItn servants of It + + + mJkelItI IIC well clnstli ithe hands of tho etwho use it nu Indispensable j bushwHKI lII f +k tuition + 4ki this that urn in rnpted to address you For yearn tar lure have lustly com plutned of Uiiu required to pull at the untalrIthe tat re rharffwl with benj the eats of jlpi mat 1 ifvlnif vlin a mater let taxeii cOtlectiVfl the umcuut ti In their Uuslmss thf Itrfrl cultural IIrII1 uii us a whole c pa tli nf ptopli tn this cub n Ivoor1 MlaI tht most Important During le 1nc vvcrs farmers have been told what real blessing hiisbeen theirs throi h ic ulled ittoketS e tarftT anil itt lind market fur ihVir principalCV have lied to cnnipeir In the irurkitii f the world whore the price Is ilxtil it suddenly It Is disco t JOIthIIIh p pens The pnB lent Mr Thtt with a Jotal disregard ir the IntorcBtH of the farmers Huhmtt a man to open up to competition a H1 farmers of the InM ed SlateS 11 duet of Canada while OTItho farmer tm to itay Miicli an clearly as anything iun jsx to el the hypocrisy and humbJBser iif the claim that the tariff cay lieneil to lultural as compartd manuf ctur d nroduetuuiNow the furnj rs of this country have un opportunity benefit thcnuielvca that never oppe ed within my rccolleo- beenrio nominate a nttn for the presidency who Is the besj equipped for that jut h uQlce or any that have been nqmlnated iMtfd slnre IhiolnII man that speak uf from ti po sori acquaintance with and- a knowledge of I fltnestt a pian of great natural ability plendldly educated not theoretically bill practically a keenness of Intellect rt1firkfllli for Its grasp of every riuiit J sib which he la con toIdo ency with std s inpathy for all clnsie He will nusba uii of tho most accosalblo prvtcUeuti ever the Vhllo Houro and inioii vlr in umo bo refused heuriii ti t vcf IiunHli iror tall to r colve lutt ut I Is litnda Ho la truly a mat vl rmn wleh every person In tilt Jdlied Stlilell could know him know in Ar sujipjementlng all these qualith tile Edition that hla homo IIII one of icrfecl b lance None can ioet tint sifendld Mrs Wilson and her three ruined cultured daushters with their perfi t naturalness but must feel that tio oe family of Woodrow Wilson wua eiy tally prepared to till great need In th present crisis Iii the hi tvry of our couti ry aa were Washlnston Jefferson Jack n unit Lincoln and wpuld advice thf fanners upon my rep u tation as u taM if you want to protect your own Iniered a arid thosje of your tam tiles If you wa i tJ render tho greatest ponslblts good tri your couutry and future gcneratlonii If bu want to contribute your part to tha Clint popular govern ment under Oed sliall not portal from the earth then Ilea that the lion Wood tow Wilson eleclti pretihleut DUue and Checsa Good butter i as no strong odor It Is of an even g Idea yellow and has a fine paIn if lick It has not been properly handled It should never be marbled in app arance If there is too great proportlc i of moisture present the butter brett a easily In this case the purchaser pays for the water Choose should ibe of good color de endlngonth variety and of fine grain Tho che aa with largo air cells is usually not iof the best quality Ifl the fat separat from the body Of cheese rapidly tt usually Jndlcafes i1i addition of foreign fat L jI1i fIni If PERITY ISfJWh1t has the result been lfrj Prosperity Yes If by pros crt DOIIEcr distributed ut nil 01 not If II you mean vast enterprises built itt up to be presently conijen rated II under the control of compara tlvely small bodies of men who pleasuref i nofShe Is Justly proud of her Indus tries und of the genius of her masterj tot+ u Inted tinder their leadership and lr rouimnnd Their laurels are II many very greeu We must accord them the great honors I tlisit ate their due and we must preserve what they have built up ftor us But what of the other + side of the picture Jt Is not T f easy fur us to Jive as It used to v tmuch be Our money will not buy I1St YIgreat comfort We used to be T better off with less because IT dollar conl l buy so witch mOref It The majority of us have been 4 disturbed to ourselves grow Y I lug poorer eaml thought our earn 4 iIuigs were slowly lucrenslng X It Irlres dhUh faster than We can nt push our einlugs upJrow iWootlnnv WH a IUR Speed Ac T ceptliig lip Peuincraiic Nouilnu IT tlon T nHH41H ii jii11+ IWllsor and Mftrsbiill looks good rounds guM good WAS SAVED BV THE DOCTORS i Victim of Robbers Recovered Because Physicians Didnt Probe for Ithe the Bullets ITbe expert medical witness had just descended from the stand when a re cess was announced in the criminal conrt and so ho paused for a few mo mints to chat with Judge Ralph S atshaw who dearly delights In twit ting tho medicos Whenever I see a doctor en the Btand related the judge I am ford bly reminded of an experience when II was an assistant prosecuting attor agojEast Ninth street was shot by robbers when he refused to open his cash drawer Four bullets rfound him as their mark and when of ficers arrived on the scene he was ly log on tho floor dead to all outward appearances Doctors who bad hun tied to the store took look at him shook their heads aftd1 wont away Not one of them offered to probe for the buUflta IUJ d do you know smiled the judo to tho doctor that was what lsaied him The storekeeper recovered and Is In business to this very day He still carries the bullets one of them in his head Now what would have happened to him doctor If they had probed for the bulletaT But by this time the export ww gone Kansas City Journal WEAPONS ARE FROM 1000 B a j Austrian Explorers of Imperial Mu Make Rich Haul In Karat 11scum Mountains Vienna rAn exploration by mom bers of the Imperial museum into the cavern of St Kanrion in the Karat mountains has yieldedl more than 1000 bronze implements such as swords axes lance heads and vessels sup posed to date from 1000 BO They wer all found at the bottom ota pit 1150 feet deep within the cavern It Is suggested they wore thrown In there as a sacrifice to a subterranean Ueity DoOne Thing Well The chief reason that everybody la not uccessful la the fact that they baTe not enough persistency I al ways dvlse young men who write me ontbocsubject to do one thing well throwing all their energies Into It Jbhn Wananiaker- l toJtaODllewe1sNowloocIeIeat that gown yonder it baa not abit qf polnt She My dear man Its tr1nied Wlh ynrda of It r WILSON STANDS ON HIS RECORD Josephus Daniels Invites Close Study of plings SLANDER WONT WIN NOW Chairman of Democratic Publicity Bu reau Points OMt Errors of Campaigns of Rrevious Yearsf nd Finds a Good Moral Roosevelt Also Wrote Books and Made Bitter Attacks on Various Men arid Classes New York Josephus Dane s chair man of the publicity couJmlttee of tbe Democratic natiunal committee said today Eight year UII Ilurlng pnirt dentlul campaign of 1004 I canto to New York hnd being n member of the Democratic national committee I drop peel In at the headijiwrtera of the com mlttec I found the literary liurenu of the committee very iictlvely engaged In pcruslug voujrnes of Thi dore Roosevelt When saw on every deak The Winning of the West The Life of Thoiims II Ucuton and a halt dos en others of the works or the then Itt publitau uiomlimee for president wou dared wht t icf or not I had got Into the right place I wast iuuucdluteJy set aright however when WIS informed that literary youug multi were engaged In culling from those books some of the many donrichUlous and bitter cell cisms und attacks made by Theodore Hoosevelt mwu pciMIc men and mona ues and hE aspersions upon great rep nStntatlve bodies of our people such worklngmeii and farmers 11 funnel thaw preparing to send forth broadcast till over the land such excerpts from the writing of Theodore Roosevelt as Cowboys muh letter fellows and pleuKuijtcr comi uiousAthuu small farmers or ugrlculiural iu1tioroms nor are the mechanics and workmen of a great city to be mentioned In the same breath 1Mr Bryan his adherents have appealed to the basest net in the land the farmers They worklpgiuou who object to government by Injunction arc net in sympathy with men of good minds and sound civic morality iTbeyi about the Quakers that those who would not fight were traitors to their country They said that when the farmers and workmen and the Quakers came to know what TbtiiJore Roosevelt had written iihouMheu they would rifle up with wiinii ii liquation and bury llnniit Uoirxfxi beneath ttfi ava la i1tt 1e4 They wild tijit Uoose vpi vi uhl ubtiinvv ai that exposure of hb end of liiae he nuvcrdid mi vjii thf that It rastQi o IIIUJHT thing to do to herald tlijpjjo ute tiuaiucs thruaghtku country tflf- to whether or not that sortcampaigning list li effect the resqttt- ot the campaign vlvhtyvnni ago spea for Itself lThe It pulillciiii unry Is attempting to do today the HAiiof suit of thing that the Democrats tried In lD08The Democrats outUodenberged Mr Up denberg Theyfwore eight y6ars ahead lot him In this ott of tiling Itdidut workS with us then and Jt will wot York now Stands on His Record Tbe attempt to attack Governor Wilson because of curtain statements which he fcmde In writing history and In commenting upon events of history as they apneaieU to him as historian will taU Blguall As oue great metrq politan newspaper pointed out Mr Qp denberg nlad his kliulatre simply Blowing against the wind Governor Wile son is running for president on his rccordas public nian and with that record tho public Is fairly well conver sant and it will continue to learn more as thoxampalgu progressed Ho Is running for president on his record as govcrhor of New Jersey what he said and did in that capacity rather than what he wrOtqas a halo rlau chroulollng cyeuU and comment tug upon them as they appeared to an impartial uhjcrrur whose duty It la wrl t5bljus irs thtiv ara rulhr tun- II T J 1tt r1 iii 01 0 Children Cry for Fletchers- haInalgtiatttre ot and has been made under hIs Iter lw sonn UiCrjslon since its Iiifay rI Allow no on tdeqpIvoyouLmathj5 lAll Counterfeits ImltnLloimn and tafegood are but IL of1nfautninst RflltJJ r rij What is CASTORIA OIjPuuegotic contains iteither Opium Iorvhho nor other Narotksubstance Its ago Is its uarantco It destroys WOnand allays Fovorishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wlnil Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constlpatlou and Flatulency It nssiiullatcs the Food regulates tfio Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep x The CliI1reng Panacea Tho oterBFr1cnd GENUINE jCASTORf ALWAYS j x7Bears the Signature of lti J Jj The Kind You Have Always Boigbt Ip Use For Over 3O Years rr dm Gave Up Hope 11 suffered five years with awfull pains tifie to WOJDlllrly troubles writes Ms At D McPherson from Chad bourn N p They grew worse till I would often faint I could notvalkat all and I had an awful hurting in my side also a headache and a backachemI gave up arid thought I Would die but my husband botQehelpedI do all my work All the people around here saidI1 would die but Qardui relieved me CARDUIWomanTonicI For more than 50 years Cardui hd 5 been relieving womans sufferings and making weak women strong and well During this time thousands of women have written like Mrs McPherson to tell of tthe rally surprising results they obtained by the use of this purely Vegetable tonic remedy for womenI J Cardui strengthens builds restores and relieves or prevents unnecessary pain and suffering from wpmanly troubles If you are a woman begin taking Cardui today TeeforScdalj a YOU WANT aBetter jOEWI That question will be asked you almost daily by business men seeking your riMorebustI repuUtionBinHnrjiBwFBEK aulllatr branches poSITION under reasonable msdkleei Bookkeeping Bookkeepers au over DraughonsNewSysteth nVorkondVorryShorthaadPr1ctfciUy da court reporters write the System of Sh6rthan Drdughon Colleges teach Why Because they know It is the best DRAUGHONS PRACTICAI BUSINESS COLLEGEUuhyiUe o Meiiiphli H KaozLU TwerPascs3tKyeZmpejr5k IeI lf sadIeModfromThe btest product of science Is VELVO Laxative LJver Syrup purtly vegetable gentW reliable and of a pleasant aUctaste Vejvo acts on the liver as well as eIthestomach and bowels ard lad the greatest possible efficacy In constipation tr iHiMlliin v bflloasnessr sick headache feveiishness colicJlatuIence etc Trv J VB 1 YEL YO us tncy bnoula ue or as nu vuuiu icn t them t Our Bepubllcan brethren are enti tled to all the thunder they can make Quit of Gqvernor Wilson writings t hope they will read them carefully and thoroughly They will be able jo gain a great deal of valuable informa lIon and when tho context is cead along with the excerpts wldch have been taken from his works for the purpose of placing him in nfalse light thavo no fear as to te results AU tOiat Is needed Is a thorough under fctandlngi iTngersoll sought to disprove Bible truths and to assail Holy Writ by thee same methods w4ilch the Republicans are seeking to assail jSoyernor Wll son 5 The average bnslncssniah has awak ened tp the fact thllt It isa good in vestment to givurdomneofh1timne t9 political affairs This Is one ofUemoc racys best signs of victory Perhaps tho Republicans as repro vented by raft arc satisfied with the JayueAldrlch tariff bilL But thqma iprity of the voters are pot ACofltlfluetEffOtt4S Mrs Regstaff Did your husband ever try his hand at sustained fle tltfnT MeL perc6llumDtd het For at least ten years hes been trying 0I make me believe ho likes my copk imrl Fault Nothing an c11e damago ex cept myself thp harm that I sustain I carry about wlti me and never am a real sufferer by my own fault i EL Bernard t Ikrs fJheLAXATIVE T LIVER mm j 5T2passingThat Conditions In Japan raplhyW9 7t Christianized la not boras ovt by the fact for the dark side of iapn to therAcor of Cincinnati long a reIdat Itk Fukushima saysaIdo1atry itlll INTaMs The tenacity wIth JilclJ tM rcling to the famIly gods te MMIY homes supposed to beChrktlaa elww atresihold i vorce rate Is three times u hlfck M i sepuUonanU woefully addicted jto the yM if ll ntof and tobacco Allthe grpcery stoIig Icecp thestufl All the cars art a ters When eitte la the train We are stifled by the tobacco sake 4 lot of women i1o airelM tH men There tiT Mulch IrmlntaM Japan alsoheadathe Ut of aUees k regard to the aurabec GlIH atA alet NI Phllv f L4flJpitJ1U wtbsrS jhusbands Bay l e stCIt And most WlTM 1IMt1u lilt that bdllcV PMrs KM J IlswusiMsesh ah Intereatiil Bft iJfWM tIwill do It taMrirlMKaii long Mr reWnpi t Ye IaHit e1 UIe tUNi do IMr J