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TT rTi TTw r fftJ1t1 = cJii THE NEWSHEADERi 9ff T jNew erieVo1 x4 o2 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE II1 1903 09t1i 1i cu 1 O JMBUIONO- t UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMEF CMrT In ckl1klli of Funera fP1J tp PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY SPJRINGFIEID countyeat f1 WasltinfftoH County 52 miles sonth ita t of sxinjiton 59 miles irota JJ okUYilte oa Bardslown branch ol 1 lfiuSTUle and Nashville raUroad in 3 tarzxtng and alPicut1raldistrict goBanks telegraph and telephone I J exf8S officellour mills l uvbes jjar i Popeatfn 1100 population of- 3fewliC9 representative Iii Congress Hon 1 lS itriHodpenvilleKy etresentatiTe in Kentucky Legis Jture Hon G A Dohoney keprescntatire in State SenateHon Puqeai Cauipbellsvilte Ky- County Directory iiCiURTICrcuItCOnrt begins on the fourth U Jadiin Fe1JarrMay a drpctOr ijfir n iv CMi Pattescn Judge i tWH Sweeney Common wealth At teey IL Ctui2Il otceTkos A Medleyi Master Commiss r 1C QUARTERiV COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third nday in each month 1 L Wiser Judgeec COUNTY COURT cunty Ci irt meets on the fourth Ze4a1ech mouth 4 iBILitseyJndge WR Booker Conntr Clerk T S MayesiCounty Attorney Geerge Catlett Jailer Syren Croake Sheriff I JUchurd Isham Sidney Osborne I R H Mullican V DePuti 3fEll Masters JrJames r Moore County Surveyors J Royalty Assessor I T POBryaniepiitT Robert Noe Treasurer J iC Montgomery Coroner I ji IT Bush Snpt of CommoD IOo1z P O Springfield CITY COURT l L 1 It esJLNoe Police Judge Grace Marshal t DC1ayroqkeCitY Attorney uiTtJwtice Pirtsare Jauuaryt prilu1y and Octobe- rVIChurch t Directory jKevI j p 1i gundat School it83 Prayer Meelnton Wednesdav night at 730 1 s J t t lMETBODiST HURC- HKeyJJj1Ward Pastor Services 1 t J First and Third Suudays in each metI5aniand 730 pm Sun- rday ScHeol every Sunday at 10 am Prayer iieeiifngi every gWedncsday i IiReylPFHennessaT Pastor Ser vicesveO Sunday at 8 and lOoclocli f a m 5ervlces atStRoBCsame hours r Z43HRTSTIANCHURCH RevIastor Service lecaad and fouriblSunday ID eE- Cmeath t PIBSBYTEBIAN CHURCH xevG A Strickland pastor- rMtfeiif every SaD ayat 11 am mjiiat j1 Sonflay school every 11Ssndaj apDfe PTayer mee tJn- genMTbat VanittJ at 7 oclockc l J iif 1 I 1iMKH ta j ittfcrotfiS 1 The Country Road From the busy fields ol farmer folk It starts on Its wlndind way Goes over the hill and across the brook Where the minnows love to play Then past the JlilJlwltblts water wheel skyAndylilagei storeSAnd the ofiurcb with its spire highSYon never would think that the count tryroarlaFrom the hill to the store could be So long to a boy with an errand to do And another boy to see you never could dream how short it is pondNQrl1owvery is f icitJje uchoolhouaejustl beyond pbj tb country road at the farther endtIt rupa uphill and down Away from the woods and the rippling brook To thw toiling rushing town But best of all when youre tired and sick Of the noisy haunts of men t you follow it back it will lead you home To the woods and fleldd again St Nicholas OOD UACE The race made x by nominee R L Durham spt orally in this county at the recent Dqmocratic primary was a god on under the circum stances Mr Durham until the campaign for the nomination for opeuId was almost wholl unknowu to thr voters of Washington counlYand yet ho vigorous was- tet fight made by him and his friends that he came ut vct rious by a majority of about 500 over his two opponents who are tjpb good men with a strong following and Some good influential friends wjio worked hard orthem Mr Durham had on his side in this rape however some of the best party iin the county and his wrktrsI vote was dun in a large measure to thtir untiriu efforts in his behalf I 4 i strr OT APPRECIATIVE If one Jukj were to judge by tne size of the audience which greeted Mrs Lulu Tyler Gates at the Opera House the natural con elusion wOUld ba that the Spring tfield people are decideoly lack iing m appreciation of genuine merit in a public perfonner Mis Gates is an artist of the highest class in her line and we must say on behalf of the few who ventured outo hear her that her work was greatly ap precioted and th se who taed way because they were afraid of not getting their monks worth or lorsome other reason missed a treat The amusement going public of this town is un certain when it comes to amusement anyway except when a cheap infnstrel show or one of those riproaring frces with plenty of noise and borssp1tcomes along and then can be counted on as a certainty The locall public however is 8hI of lecturers and elocutionists and thereby many good things are missed 4 CY CHOOL1 The announcement has been made so often that work would begin immediately on the new graded school build ing that the public may hve become a little incredulous but we have it from good authority that the contractor for thfi foundation prk will be here this week to Mr W L Mc sn5thO brick hine in- Sand hand t exi 1ding QQ4S what business there is to be trans acted will have to be completed this week as the term at Greensburg begins next Mon tdaycounty is light which may cr may not speak well for the community If the coui t business iill the other counties of the district iis no heavier than here the four terms ncr year could very wellI be reduced to two and at that there would be no grp at rush for the lawyers 544 T 3AIRTheX Springfield Fair have just been print d and mide ready for distribution The catalague is largerl than ever this year made so no only by the addition tto tthe premium list but also on ac count of the arge number of ad ver isers demanding space in it TI e indications are that the fair this year will be better th n ever before The officers of 4he fair company have added a conoder able amount Ilf money to the premium nst and some new features have bten added If the present crop season winds up a favoj able as it starts out so as to put the farmers and stock men in a good humor the chances are that the county fair will be a success al around CAUTION ID Iut a ientie woiziuw- hen YOU thtt k how iabn vou ar t to pircbiSri hllIly remedy universality kucwu and a remedy ihai nas had the largest sale of any medicine in tile world since 1868 for the cure ani Iltreatment of Consumption and rhroat and Lung troub es with out losing its great popularity all these years you will be thauk ful we call d your attention to Bochce German Syrup There are so many ordnary cough rrmdies made by druggists and otters that are cheap and goodI for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Broncaitis Croup and especially Jor Jon sump ion where there is d flicult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings there is nothing like German v UPITtJe 25 cent s ze has just been introdueed this yoar It gu ar SZi 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdon When you have Dr Classes German Penetrating Liniment in the house yju have a reliable article that you can 4 pen d on onc that will do all that is expected of a good liniment t Sold by Wood Campbelli Chamberlains Stomach and Lier Tablets arc just what you ticcd when have no appetite feel dull alter eating and wake no with a bad taste in your mouth They will improve your appetite cleanse and invigorate ycur stomach and give you a relish lor your food For sale by Haydin drug store Arrested Ark A special says for CounterfeitingI an important catch was made here today in tile arrest of Wm Brooks and his Tife and the capture of a complete st of lies and 50000 in spurious five dollar national batik notes on the Ma rion Naionai Bank of Lebanon heIJ DIitt to be remarkably clever Th 3 issue is of May 26 When Deputy HHHItell detected Brooks QII passing one of the hills he promptly arrested him jind Ia short large pistol struglereieved l In his anerlJ was a letter from the boventh Avenue Hotel Louisville ad ressed to Wm Brooks care of trick Hotel 310 Park The cotiplJ were to have left town this evening but Brooks qegandrinking dwasannoyed over the fact Slim is about twenty years old and says they have been married five weeks She is completely pros in tha city jail while her husband is in the county jail swearing vengeance ayaiustthej attleast five otners are iimplicated with the pairSWorst or All Exrillcc Can anything be worse that to feel tthat every minute will be your last Such Was the ex wpenanceDecatur Ala Fur thre ears she wrnev 1 endure insufferable pain from indiges i11jjin s omach and noel trouble Doith seemed inevitable whet aocto s antiaIl remedies failed At length I wa toduced to try E e trie Bitters and the result was ml nculous I improved at once and now Im coiiplelely re covered For Liver Kidney Stumach and Borel trouhks Elect iic Bivters is the only med i dcinted by CJ Hay don iruggisi I have been troubled for sonic time with indigestion and soar fltomacc Rays Mrs Sarah W Juflis of Lee Mass and have been takinp Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets which have helped me very much so that now I can eat many things that before I could not1 If you haye any trouble witvour stomaci why not take these Tablets and gi veil Per sale by Haydons drugstore A Serions Mistake E O DtWitt Co fe the name of the firm who mke the genuine Witch Hazel Save DeWitts is the Witch Hazel Salve that heals without leav ing a car is a serious mistake to use any other DeWitts Witch Haze Salve cures blind bleeding itching and protruding piles burns bruises eczema aud alt skin diseases Sold by O J Haydon Wades In Water Neck Deep After tho heavy rainfall on Wednesday night of last week W R Routt whose home isnthe banks of the quiet IitlIe stream on Barren Run had an experience that hi will long re inombHr He awoke in the nigh and found the creek higher tl unit had ever come before He saw that his family must b red out 10 higher ground and e at once to ik his wife up in his arms to carry her to the hrll His wifn hid ben dangerous sick for several days and h d to be carried ThE water this rip went up to Mr Routts waist Returnii Lo his houso afte his chi dren hie gathered them up and wad di to the barn ag4in- fll not vijths an ing the factII that Mr Rhutf is the tallest man in the county the water that Lull was Ins neck It was expectid that Mrs Routts condition would b con side abl Nlor e Joitt7r the tryit R trip hrough the ter bur on tliH con ra ItHw next nigh after boii g br uprlil to the hous she rested confj derahly better than jsu and ias not injurd at all Mr Routs arm as wens many others in the creed bot toms wer bauly washed and the crop seriously injured Larue Co JHfcald Kolpl Giycs trctht by enablinffithadigestive organs to gest assimilate and transform all of the wholesome food that maj be eaten into the kindof blood that nourishes the nerves reeds the tissues the muscles and recuperates hardensI DysIstomach disjardcrs Suld by C J Hay don 4aIIf Do Yoij Enjoy W Yon sat you dot your food does not do you much jgood Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure is thia remedy that everyone should take when there is anything wrong with hff stomach There is noI way to naintaln the health and trength mind aid body except by rishmert There ia no way acjh xccpt must throtign be kept the toI street or the strength Trill aid disease will set up No lobs of strength nervousness constipation bed breath trs rrilting indigestion dys Uall stomach troubles arc Eired by Kodol Dyspeplia TlbyCJ Haydob yspeia8klCts I rtLebanon Locals From The Enterprise Patrick Mudd aged aboit 60 ied at Elizabeth Hospital TJues day morning after a lingering iillness Mr Mudd was a RffclI anY1yearsIhe moved from his fdrm iiifc the Caney Creek oeighborhoOjl to h ospiu where he was given every aterftion 1f Last week the crowd in town on account of the SteetMFair was fairly large On Saturday the attendance which ras Ivery llarge was due mainly to thE con Decoiftionsenices eek was good for which jgrcatt credit iis due to our excel left t police force and to heir assist ants Outside of a fw plain drinks the record is b ank Died at the Cleaver Hjiuse Sunday afternoon Mav 311903 Anioinette aged 8 monts in rant daughter of Mr and iMrs IiC B Cleaver of thi city after a brief illness Funeral sorvices wee c nducted Tuesda after Stodpaltafter e ear little one were taker to Ryder cemetey for interment The manv frienos of Mr andl f artlfelth day was lightly attended Sales were light The livery stable outnt of R B Lankford as signedwas sold by assignee Owen Thomas with Joseph Es tes as auctioneer The proceeds of the sale ere between 500 and 6uO Mike Mackin bought on thes reeis two sows and 13 BlackHar VigorlorI greatlypleased 1 yhairHelen Kilkenny New Portland Ale Vigorbeen has tp gray hair for fifty yea and it never ffails to co this work either jtforft jt from falling for keeping your scalp clean and for making your hair grow stoo a ttllu11ta If your druggist cannot supply you send us one dollar and wo will exprpM najnoofJ AYEIt Lowell Mass pigs for 42 25 Cattle appearances were light and the m irket for samedull Farmers generally were feeling good on ac count of tbe god rains of the past week r Do you get up in the morning with a pain in your back Are restless Iin your sleep Do you have torlse the night doyou feel careworn aud dullro life or energy If so you should lose no time inprocuring Gayu ba It ia just the remedy you need and one that will give you relief Sold by Wood Campbell Ladies AM Children Invited All ladles arid children who cannot laxativelsyrups cathartics etcare invted to try the famous Little Early Risers They arc different from a ll other pills They do not purge the system Even a double dose will not gripe weaken or sicken many people call them the Easy Pill W H Howell Houston Tex says nothing better can he used for constipation sick berdachc etc Bob Moore Lafayette Id says al DeWittswork well and easy Sold bj C J Haydon Crittenden Of Kentucky May 80 the day set apart to honor the raem ry of Americas fallen heroes is ihe anniversary lof the birth ofWilliam Logan oCIof danger and reckless daring led to his untimely dath at the hands of the Spanish authorities in Cuba William Logan Crittenden was the son of H nry Critenden a planter and member of Kentucky Legilatuiv brother of Thomas T Critienden a Governor of Missouri nephew of John J Crittenden Uuited States Attor ney General and a Governor of Kentucky and cousin of George Bibb Crittenden a famous Gene ral inth0 Confederate army He was born eighty years ago in iShelby county Kvj and was a RtatesIMilitary Academy at West Point in the class of 1845 He served throughout the Mexican war becoming First Leutpnant at its close anl resigned from the United States army in 1851 to join the second filibustering expedition ot Narcisco Lopez to tthe island of Cuba Upon land ing Lop z divided his forces and left about one hundred of thorn behind under the command of Col Crittenden while with the others he marched into the in tenor Lopez was deceived in expecting the as isttnce Of the native Cubans ho was attacked n r by a heavy force of Spaniards and teraf desperatestruggle he was captured and was execut ed by the garrote a few days afterward Col Ozittenden marie a forced march to Lopezs assistance but was intercepted by a large force driyebackattemp ing to return to the capurcdbytaken to Havana where he was given a quick trialand shot with tne surviving members of his command A ugust 36 1851 He was told to kneel with his bdck to the firing squa accord ing to uthe Spanish custom buS he answered braveiy An Am erica kneels only to nis God and he met his da4thstandtiig firm and erect with hiS facto a d the 8janUu soldiers That Tllroi Headache Would qjicwly leave outlyou used Dr Ki gs New Life Pills Tnous nds of sufferers have proved their maiehiess merit for Sink and Nervous Headaches They make purer blood and build up your health Only 25 c nts money back if not cured Sold by 0 J ray don druggist Sale of School House and Lot i On Saturday June 20 1903 at 3 pm we the Trustees of School District No 39 will helll at auction the School l House and EdelenScboQI1Said Lick road two miles frQm Spring field and contains onE acre of landand excellent well A credit until January 1 19Q4 will be allowed purchaser to give a negotiable note payable in bank The title will be perfect H F YANKEY Chdirman T F MONTGOMERY Trustee District No 89 With Bai low Kinfe Ben Patterson andJohn Patterson of the Dixville vicinity are cousins but they do not dwell in the blissful tiarmony that cousins should For a long time they haye been at enmity and friends of both have known that sooner or llater they would meet and settl their differences The opportunity was afforded them Sundaywhentheymet at Benton church where services were in progress The cause of the troublg was tha terminus of a difficulysev eral years ago between some I s THE OLD RELJI1L ROYAL i- ji AKluP- OWDER I II L 1 Abolufef1- IEllE IS NO SUSTiT I I Other teemufersof tte Patterson relation andthb wconsihadS permittedthearts They had had1i40me words about the matter previlbtis to their meeting Sundayybufc each had succeedol jn keeping out of the pathlof thMaftfeiv Ben Patterson who arrivedat the church flrstt was stanhngE QJohnt daIstruggle followed first oneb1t Dg i on top and ihenthe otKerr t During the scum a son of John tjPatterson appeared upon the scene and pulling a Barlow knife from his pocket stabbed Ben in the back sfeveral times Bystanders interfered arid segji rated the belligerena before any further damage was done Ben was right painfully iftjured utfhis wounds are not considered of dangerous nature Ia Both men arejporJnentnj vicinity and the unfortunate of Sunday is very much regretted by all As yeti pfatj rests have been madUarrs n burg Democrat r 1ft 4 MenToJesBcraliiiii j Liv4ng at an out ofe the waY place remote from clvilizatipn a family is of ten driven to desperation in case of acctdent4 yeT suiting jo Burns Cute Weuni Ulcers etc Lay ina supp1yl5f Bucklens Brrilca SaleIt i rtbabestHaydons drugstore c + k 5iJt Z4 R CALDWCLI b SyFtUP PEPSINiURSJ4DIOE5TION I I5 t g g te I All This Week REMEMBER This Weeke I I THE GREAT MAJESTICJ ftj fJ t iMM XHIBIT 3 i r1 1 J t l Ij jS a dJy Yt 4S I fJiiII io Having been requested by many of out 4ticj tc tng i I I3th4Inclusivek I Exhibit off Now Gollg OBO Lt fl a witheMlisaleIdu3t l set ofware made of heavy Cpjier NiekI sand Enameled worth 8750 J at f oJ T HOTtheBISCUITSpkiid 4 A range that wiltG cook with half the fuel you are now using and will last a lifetimef I J U 7 afi REMET BER THE D7IBv 4 v i Jlr I IMELRoY a SrJTTTITW7 lf i p w1T EWS LEADER I I II mcIi XVJCKY THURSDAY ft A YKAA IN ADVANCE 4 SPRINGFIELD KY 3TIi p 1Ll L DAVISON Jr I JNfO4 Tptallll rJ J = 4IL tK Mt notices lOuBpcr eII nth1H1110B Caitee cawlliite and political matter pee lint iI Jbwrk Is seatlowrates bet cash Aiw fU M d llTery goods i A1ICtwc eeatrmcU made on liberal r j rm ObMwufec MI rMolutions of respect 3 fr MtIt UHlno i XnmcIN t 23- 0JJ t1ratHcvr9eIrI 500 I O4iOIIee rIO t TJItj DAY JUNE 11 W03 For Circuit Judge MMMf We rft tkorlced to announceth IL CHARGES PAUESONIL a MCBftHftt for tIDe office of Circuit Jid1o f this the Bliventh judicial DMrkt oapoeed of the counties of Wfi Taylor Green and Washing v MIIject to tbe Democratic primary GSmmonwcaiths Attorney o authorized to announce RL DURHAM i et Green ccBBty is a candidate for tbs f t efte COMioonwealthi Attorney Ji kt to the action of the Demo tttte party la this tha Eleventh t Slf Judicial itetrlct composed of the t crtntiM bt Washington Marion i j4Greency rtfTaI1 TPorClrcatt Clerk i V art authorIzed to Qno nceIJtt ME F M CApn offlcb of Circuitasa candidate for the Crt Clerk of Washington county k XovwaWer election Itelected will be f muMi i J tbf offlca by Bobt Noe E i 11 For State Senator t We ra autborized to annoanco- HAKRY LANCASTER ef Marlon county as 4 candidate tor tIES etIce of State Senator ttona the J 15th S Batorial district subject to thf ctteH of Jha jpmorrsitic r rtj I PIeUIHCC coBT BtidUi JkTny 30th 1903 t 1l Representativej jForI r Ware tborlzedtoannounce j jJrWILWAM D OLAYBROOKE as a candidate for the t Eee el ytepreBeHtatlve iIn tbe lower h weef Kentucky liegislatare rroml WuJBgtom county rl I Augustus E Wilson opened hIs cumpaigDfoK the Republi C3lIn mb Lion Jtar governor f with a speech in Louisville t Tuesday nipht jx6pv W O Unulley was preseqt apd rn ide a BVronjf ftpeech endorsing Mrt Wilson as the logical candidate Tht report has been circulated e i that some Louisville Ropybli can have urged lion John W VY infliecceto it gettMf Wilson 4o withdraw from tHe race in javor of Coll Belknapbut Yerj es denis thatt lie has been so recUfSted Tli r contest betweent Belkn p and Wilson Which Is centered in the city of Louivile promises to he spirited In the meantime thi lIon Clifron J Pfttttisji skir mlslung arounll out in the State and iaiay show up at the convenr I tiott with as many votes of the other two gentlemm jr It was thought that tthe worst vtsover lnlse flood situation tnet J Weal but Tue diy a suddenl ans unexplained turn carreaat S Loaia when tle recedins waters again began to rise and reached a slate of 375 feel the v highest mark in the citys his Jto A rapiLfallof the a tfr isejtpected t Tollpv A special Aakiod of the Kapsas Logisla TtT1ur to pass on relief bills for the Ipod sufferers will probably be clIed The full dnmage frt the flood iin T petals justt befog realized and early estj- inatt Xf losses are said to have been none tooliig 4 t 17qhre is greatinterest in the Jackson county tr thand the 4wWiier and Beyrsraiperfporten areMUl on the ground and man utkeptbt lively A jii7 wjaoeiSf ci izens oIf 34eQoCii cowtf hasi been soec t ttd try the case against Jet 0aapi White f rthe murder oII 4 MNNM J a dthe trialt Vispo I h i Pre ic1fnt Roo reU has re iqru dttQ Washington after L westernt tour dnripifc whjchtu A i1M Kcyston of Good Health is pure ford Lion Coffee is all coflfec no glazing of eggs or glue to conceal dcr fects and cheapen its quality Fresh and uniform rich in flavor because always in sealed packages never in bun A received oyajliows from the peo at lVJIY sopping place There arp late encouraging sgns to the effect that one of the sites about Louisville may bq seejiled as an a my nost J- WANTED LW would like to ask through the columns of your pzper ifI there is any person nho ha used tirneas August Flower fur the cure of lodiuesttnri Dyspey slat acd LiVer T oubles that h s riot been curedudw also mean their lesults such as sou stomach fermentation of food habitual costivenesc nervous dyspepsia headache despop de at ftieUngs sleeplesues in fact any trouble connected with the stomach or liver Ths meJiciue has been iolJ for man v years in all civilized countrie and ve wish to correspond wfih jou and send you oue of our books frae of cost If you never trie 1 August Flower try a 25 cent bottle tirst We have never known of its failing If s sbmetlung more serious iis the matlor with you The 25 centt SZ3 has just been introdu e this year lcguhtrsize 75 cent A tall drargis G Cf Green Woodbufy N J C r Hat doa His Lest RODe Realized From tlc Sentinel Ucbc Mont In the flrat opening of Oklahoma to settlors in 1899 the iditor of this pa per was among the rany srekrrs after fortune who made tAd Iig race ne tine day in April During his travel IIi iiu about and afterwards his cam pn npon his claim he encountered mu bad watcrwhicli together with th severe heat gave him a very sever eI diarrhoea which it seemed almost im possible to check and along In June tim cac became so bad he expected to die One day one of his neighbors ChamiCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy as a iast fcopc A big doss was given him willie he was mum S about on the ground ii great agony and tu a few minutes tha dose was reI peated The rood effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within a hour thepatient was taking his frat jouud steep for a fortnight Tin t one little bottle worked a complete cute and he cannot lielp but feeli gratcjul The season for bowel disorders being at handsugsts this item Foa Hale bvHavdonirdrugs- torCommissioners e Sale Lnclnda B Mltbum c Pill j EquityFred orderlof of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term thereof 1003 t the abovo cause I shall proceed to offr f r eivle at the Court tliuse door In Springfield KJ ON MONDAY JUNE 22 1P03 Eat 2 oclock pm or thereabout br itbiddercrrdlof 6 and 12 month the follow ing described property to wit landJyinrragd thuboandedands of JarnesJ Birciia heirrf E Cum ty and D Noel on the cast by the byLof Etiz9 Colrin on the west by the lands of laaiah Prather and S l Noel containing IKi acre pUIIlapprovedSecurityl ondij bearing legal interest from havingihecomplypromptlyTHOS A MEDLEY M CW C C I Kentucky Fair Djtcs The dates for the var ous fairs are lixed tIi lid ows Ricimond July ii 0 dar eGrab Orcrard July 224 days Georgetown July 21 5 days Cyntliian July 94tISGuthrie JUly 2931ays Danville Au 44dayr Madikmvtlip A U1 41days Lexinaton Aug 100 days Fern Creelf Auf i84 drtys JeI days 5j Slippherdsville Aug 1844 days f- y WayvTle Aur191 day f Shelby vine AtJg255 days ij 264IIt days r Bardstown Sept 15 days tr Nichplasvillei l sept 14 day t E1izabethtowiSep84da t UoAiing Green Sept 15 4 dyrKeriuclfy Stae Fair Owens tsbor9r Sept 2ltT dar ti Hederson Sept 59S dayr Jw w TWI ptD Ir t 1 l LI r t1 t 5 aN wF alt 1r ra tnH I I Happenings Amothc County rMMlJC PuIIIam s Nut much ncw at this writing tMost of our tobacco men havcf their crops out i Harvert corn plant in tubac co setting all ou hands at once1i is the cry among the That means some work must bo done Mr D Ilaidin atfa house moving last Saturday Levi Salery and Miss Btilto rR yalty Wii and Nor O vo J N andAniu Cordon werj ijio ijjes s of W N Keeling Sundi There was n very largo cro d of people uttJt ear Rev TWI Ciiiapbell preach Sand y t rla1 thaw Springs His subject was the life of Paul He preachu a Line sermQ At ttTe s me tim he was suffering much piin from neuralgia t The leader of it 0 Vfi SunI day chool at Tatliam report one of the best schools inI the county They hud 79 pup is last Sunday J N Gordon our vocal and in sUumortil music teacher has ApartIcounty rtI Ricnnrd Pinkston and vic were the gees s pf M Pinkston Sunday Po Riciardson spent Sunday with his daughter Mrs LJ a Hatch tt at TaihiiimSprings Rev JJ Simms will Ititiihi- t Tatham Springs next Sunduy at 4 oclock- I Mrs Elisha Reeling is improv Sing nicely at this writi g MOORES7ILLE Mr Tone Hendren spet t II stSundlY with relatives here as did also Mtv E GI Boblit andchildien of piingfitl Well the primary is over poll gave Patteson 7Jhuck1lour g121 Durham 1 80 McEroy 7I eBro Jordan preached at New Hope Baptist church last Sun daf Quite a large crowd ws out to hear him 1A great deal df tobjccohas been setout some few have their entire crops out Mr UetnarJ Wall has PUII chased a new rubber tire bugiry iISo lookout gils hewill be toI see YOU Mrs Genie Sweeney and JVIrss Cor lie WcJ rd isited WmI Sweet ey last Sunday Mrs Tea H rdin spent last waek with her pacatsfr and Mrs W 0 EllisIMr P J Cull after travefirrg- in the far tVt st as re urneii hum e tFarmmrs a o goltiig ib h no with Lelr w kmir tint III Sl much wet wralbrr We had an loctric st rp Srs Saturday morning nbot lu qcl ck Lightning struck a ltio mare of Dee Crow killing her in stantly It also stiuck the brrn woIhorsescoered after a short time Wi1hibur U S Scroglmm an wife c rnI in Harrodsburg Salurdav 11Mr J Mf Trent and wife woe calcd to L inisviMc at Sat unlay jto te bdside f ll r Tivn s sister Mrs Lut or rhcuthan who is quite ill Dr M W II ya t HDI wife spent last Sutdiy at liloitntield Mrs 1ay hughes visited ix1 tivs bt Morelatid last w ik Dr Grumes vas tho true t of f SunIdayJAm i Sutton and Watrf Wells were over at Co iiish ilio last Satuidav night Annie Mcllvoy spent la t Sat urday tnd Supcitiy with Tom CreekI4Hi111asL Sunday MissBlancii Shi Inv has r urnel bone f or a few ddayt IJohnrd c iuch Uti lit ZionKsSi Sun djy t Misslien lg11 cstvFcnAv cSt cuntinu 3thti iwst of T J MiIj lor and fatuity J N Cull And wife of Per wick Wrre tiid guests altha home of C 11 Chua tam Sunday Jerome Wls and vifd spent Sunday tt iChVOOt1Ilitlb tfiTiijj jUt Ur of Jnhifts MonsoiUtry Whs brie Iat tlrs pice ust tH m lay morn n after a lung spe sickness tlfI The iIectui i asctofi quie Iv ai tliis phtc UlihIboro Rev 3tA Simms filled his ivgular sippointmcn1 Sunday lit pcttuves erceyny tirtiSut urday night an i Sunoiiy mcri itig and e ning in each ram ii buid y sehuul eyery buuday evening at 3 oclock Mr Thomas lied jor and trt1If her brother Fraak at Valle Hrll Mrs Mollie Seltle is very sict at t is w iing Missi LinzQ Williams cf Bloomficlil iis the pUsasant guest uf Miss Kate LaUa llhs etk1 ivir Wiiliim Goodirtc a d fan ily of liardestv SchoolMoue attended church he u Sundiv James Ciuiter bought a nw buggy from Pa erjou los of your town tfr S3 Rev V Ezra Sutherand preached at dens Crotk Sondiy Mr Alfred Roddix otPftns Ill is visitif g his cousins Miss t Minnie aud IJetlio Matiingly i1l s Funnio bhowmnker spent Fridy with belsuu Udah at 1Vnwic Mrs Tan Scott hough a milch icov from J F Gcene of year town for EO Mrs Sallii flak r is danger ously ill at this writing J Machvilip- nctjb n Bottom sold a bunch lof iMOlb bpgsip Ill rs Co ill Oc sold a 2yeirold cult tm Miller Brci aillto- a and bought btmch of 100 lb hunts of Bob Mitchell t f clu ui 5j bought a uy ttr eld itiare of Jin Huff man Cornishv ih illt 3aad a coai and cult of JohnNi totlO Lirci LJro sjil a hunchl f 20lb hogs iJ Peters Co at J MSS Jani pj r is vi iing rel ittlvs ao CEEo t n In ys PuvrTt jjJtnpirl and iijllia lOart of ls Ilil olii gt e I IJtJ ul iiurl C ItCt W P II itis a jt ar ulJ ho se to O1 ClJd at r0 Died time 2vl fcyin Urn n of etlof uf r a Iiig iUjys f ri men ilia mf lut nr ui t a Pua ani Grovo ctrvH ry- Wycoff CrSQ bought a urn h r d lamb ofmlJirllt puts jat lie as ac K o AlL llvsat t2 Miss Nell lu5 is viiiin re tllh sit Star for A un Jiy wL til in cram zd ut lh livy cim rh uxh list 11II VIII wi ui e- lifvrv Sitbiuli 3i iing Crre Hiij ers u Itllvdl of 2 OIl ISU P Ur3 Co at iCllilln Diy rvc will be InIll ut tlfChsi iI1 n cUiivh lilt se onri Sun iy nyhi u which ViI puLliis liidsiil invleJ Irn Sate A fino y arling haclncy stal Iii g K d woili hois bn cd jnaro j ivrs oit OllH rk mare jCariolV ire s1it horn Pi1LIl cow arab heW 1 sow rind 8 nice piis Also rOO wh to oak posts jslatt board and wagon timber A1I LAIUA tbltHIKGEI- JSpringiicId Ky atRelieves Instantly and Cures Quickly COLDS IN THE HEAD SORE TH- ROATfC OUP FROST BITES SORCURVIw SWELLINGS and aHINFUUVIMA IONS Preyeats Pneumonia and Pleurisy IT SOOTHES IT HEALS IT CURES UOOBOVXUUk AAAiSAAAAAAAJLAAAA- AAAAJjtaycipii AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AA AAAA i w Ti rr ffC479pjIr t lEy CALLY RYLAND Crift UJII irc T C 11 Mrs otnntoij vns Fitthi cnjlio vt rIIrcdpiassai viilnjj lhif ivil cf her Xily liir lbG1i fn ii lt her roci for her fCiTiicoii si inqfirv log Iiii2 cf vrlnilow3 above tjfiC urqthfL ti ottj Its s cetncss from terp lyhn s of ir ricifruil fern filtered tigI Iiv pine tops it esc9nif Irm Ie window in IIin r iIirar Jrsl ovcrliend cuno a rippip o- fIagt iIuliarr ITt fr iitl It- srt7toodl rvrl hil1 daintypair of bronze niippcrs to wear that ivrimfrigi to iti2 coilloi As slit perched tllll1l1LrcIt vork Urn lace of IIIT dressing rack tIEUALL 3EOXZE sirrrr FILLED wiry cxuurLrrii cnusbt is luickio and sent It whirl Ix down upon tire dark lrown tread of a your vlio was standing In the IiilZEfl HIV Mrs Stitoit caught a horrified loot on poor Jlliiors face rs nlia dnrtttl- bnok oral then turned her Rlassrs the young nan who jiad liecn so uncir- cmooi y treated lie had laid slipper on tie palm4 hs lnl n1 was exauiiuliig it l1Ir y Viit riBdcrella dropped it lio you1 think islinl oneof the loungers scan uiiig In window nLoro tirt know raid the young man slowly He ld only just arrived Tnit iovf lintt KoiiiC to play tla irlaet arid ill out uianv tine girl who can wear Itl ciinaed a lu rM ulio knows ilid lie iiMppi the rllpper tutu lii cott IllU atI srclled nwiy 1V1 tin1 liUl pt8 of tarn tnn naJivt iriucysRans nfl ashv Kit iu tlr vfin r taer Ixittt IT 1I 4LEI then iitlicilly ursiiin the r ii hour later In re 111 tl ii telinau frtiui his iriT Ill vi lirwi iiuo Ills srt c h rb lit aftirninii trar t rk As lt Illm r lis HIH hr tho h uriuii If travol li 1r t flt lias IJ T be o cliliurj It in4 it ip tcivly Ah IIIt1lI IIil Iiir its tr is tit a pit ssiiro- P a niit Ill jtt talo iIu And tLl It curofjUy under Ls How o Ijok derr Sirs StamIna iipUrtl Iliihor revolving slowly licfue lf iMral II cis- e drIIII I dmla tit tbe llll uy itiar iciUI Mr tilltjI caiillt Ad tbat ivnitidj iy t uk It 01 he evi r IIMU aiytLug of ywr ire t till xlliijx r N J tii hid Htn T 11101111It Kiaiir ilia ram t tIld mo nvV ot no died 1ntI1 taa T iiu lt r Pioiiltlcis to the rlil f r IT iiarVolt nil rrv iIi nr ncI Is most pn tInr- mtab 1i4 iiner jKirtis He IUos- evtry nue to ruu Ok the utrolie cf the loam am pad nm ta airrt the right oJr tt The vvulJ at ltt1I1t 11 par h4 IlL v nt piifwtio tn1111 It know Ii dtost- Ima bh1 ftllfil Iiy IIIT ht- rniti 1Uf Is tor Uindsciiii Lo- hriulig too lirIiIm IUI too oul In frt to tf u1 Vim hvo dtic roJil- lllj llit sIr lis rrllisis tn slJe cjnie i isto Ni sk my lcr lIly iiiiv thill h tord vti tine of IiI uig bopid f r much cqvtH Invlta ton a diinr Inlris aparsments UIIIatt till rJUIriPft unu inumnml- MJn Siton ItiUInx tire way to th- 3enrrc Kill or r aunt brrlMJil bnnior vaidsinI hffnre ti rbrrijiiln b i hiwt and Blu ws rshatnid of the litile thrill of sal ftIan which crept over h T whtn iiti ttnd sbo ws to have tIe sfi of hinpr on his right Ilia rooms rne really in excellent sliIcrewiioini nunts are perfect she comment little later oiu arid he uiiusilf la nil Jhs Stanton claims for him iho C3ifutsrdaitctisillya3 itcd rMS clJViniw5 at keiiiins the couv dtlo rl ball rollbig and lu tlct with ivhlB be put caeii u at his or let best tfl cvii shy little Am Cray found hcl eolC ciiflding a tlwia Anecdote to srl cupalrji of appreciative cars I- at acknowledge that toasts haw bj coma a uulsauc Tack Staubope as they rose from the table but tb Is Just one Ifttlu one J vould like nit to drink standing before we j Journ to the library for coffee and J arettcs tt Is To OJd Tdla J Have ou goue l ick to your tale days Jack asked Jo Gim putting down Lila empty glass 1 have t te tory co noW tinet m To Cure a Cold in One Day jSeven o b35s jbjjjltitjtj tjJ JUiOj it 4 TbtFarmers jOP1 jrV + i THOMPSON Rt f Ji V i iII GREET 1t 13 r Is toIl = 1 set your Supply of rrlfv P l 4 ii 1 E 1i1 FIELD SEEDS W lA t ira 1 Of alll kinds Agents for OLD B1GKORY WAGONStuid f itIitj I Our line of buggies for the Spring Trade is begiiiuid k ta JS arrive and is more elaboratee than lever J 1- 1I OAL in any Quantity at lowest Prices j i II THOMPSON GREEN 4Itij SPRINGFIELD KY i t Eo fQqII5lf f f O f fn Olf t tO f f f titit1 ri Et Liver Pills Thais what you nci somc tiling to euro your biliousness nd give you a good digestion Aycr s Pills arc liver pills They cure constipation and biliousness Gently laxative An dtittS IrBUCKINGHAMS DYEMS The story Certainly old man Ill give it tj yoj with an illustration Jack njsYerul as they followed His Iftlies Into thQ library Tints is tine iii intlalll1uYCCulr And lllnors hiTiitli ijulrkiu d and her eyes grew wide with dismay as sine watched him take from n little r a small bronze slinpor lillcd with Turkish cigarettes and hold It up In full view rtn joins to toil you the story of the Cinderella who dropped ths he sold smiling and whoa I am through I expect to fit It on Miss Grey Miss Severn anti Miss Cary In turn Only Mrs Stanton Is exempt because she was fliUd long ago by a better nina Ellinor grew palo and red by turns as the story spun itself out and Jack wound up laughingly with And Ive vowed tto marry the girl who can wear ItI sIte will have me It Is silly to be embarrassed by so small a thing she said to herself Rut try us she might and did the hot Mood ace guiltily to her cheeks when torthIStvcin showed n slender toe a good twoh Inches beyond the little bronze Ipptr Tuck Stanhope called out gay ly Your turn now Miss Cary II really she began helplessly iunig to Mrs Stanton Hut that lady yas oidunitp Perhaps this was what lie hal anticipated Try It on silt said emlllng I yorr chnp ron command It AntI illlinor obediently but blushIngly drew tIer rout from her satin slipper hirKl It easily Into the little bronze iao For a niomrnt there was a little em linrraised pause Then they all began to talk at once anti Mrs Stanton In sXed that her carriage was waiting rind swept Kllluor away before tine slrJ- was iiite hire that sIne should not nnnecess1ryIpi ssure of her hand or that she had hfrml lnii murmur under hs breath InR Iu actvptwl Mrs Stantons Invita tion to call have really found her- at lartuy Cinderella a lit was ii June that the good steam 6lip Iuca Ja cast off her chains occanwnnl- bondage and swung her nozzle otI sFroii tire near slilc of her rolling n haiiJAoaie pr Ktnilaed their eyes to cntch a glimpse of n figure on the pier There sine Is GoJ bless her Wave votir liaiulkerchief Jack cried the girl Why what are you doing you uUsnrd hoyT For the mUll had fasten ctl to tho top of his stInk a little bronze shipper aral was hoisting It high above 1hIp load fOnly saluting her with nay talisman djnr little Clndcrvlhu he answered Itiiulerly as the pier swung out of sfht Xot liT Cxotaslon MeII had a lined time getting a good wife She Goodness Have you been mum rlwl several times r j01 no but courted my present cue six J ears IhHudclphla Ledger SEOl 0 Reward 100 flhe readers of this paper will be ptaeed to learn that there Is at least one dended diseaso that scinnco has been nblo to cure in all Its stg tliatls CaarrJ fstbe tto P A Few Facfs Longfellow coiid take a worthless sheet of paper write a poem on it ncJ make it I worth 5 ooo Thats Gniui 1 J P Morgan can write a few words on a piece of paper and make it worth 1600000 GapiitaiIA mechanic can take a pound of steel and nV y work it into watch springs and make it V 2 worth 800 ThatsSkiIl We can write a check for 1000000 and it would not be worth a dine Thats ToUgh Your wife can buy a cloak worth lo but pi efers one that costs 50 Thats Naturai There may be merchants who will tell you that they have better stock than we have i That s aU 4j buildI= J ior either Free Silver or Goldat a rcasoc t 1 Iable profit Thats Commqn iSefis- aSpnngf fefd Lumber Go II and ItM a blood 9turUIeraa4 oteJI want For yew It has beeR c tjw e yoors A trial wlU pOMTtte csn you Our udy1celtboa Tail 1011 zosbe SEJER SILKWECD COMPANY rreIMHK For sale at Hayd r Actlrltr of a ilnslelana Bralv lu the course of n lecture pt a con create of musicians In Dublin Ire birth some Intprcstitig particulars mid some nBtonlabln statistics were given relatively to the amount of work1 niy comi IIshed by the brain and nerves in piano1 piny lug A pianist In vlevr of tine prescjut ajate of pianoforte playing inns to cultivate the eye tosee about lf00 signs In minute the lingers to make about 2000 movements and ttii bnun to receive and understand separately the tWO signs while it sues 2000 orders In playing AVebern Moto Perpetuo a pianist lias to read 441 notes In a little under four min mites ThIs Is about nineteen pers ond but tine eye recerte ten consecutive ha end so that It rapid music n cry note Blngl JulyJ n brorC- hoptnfJ Eti second Ref tb greater since 3UInOsfr XtOPtothlnkofthst peedbcajthbleedWbst sitfor1consUpaUoal stimSthrough the eatln lyMeail TN p4iecreUonsUf te5sekfunctIoas1ICsIth Ta- keColors T SiIkwssd adWild Swut hIaCWrIflm4arf 1mr wItH Ton like cure ltJa4lGilMMIUPPI7UeslthDepTtmeniglvNsdIctI esazgs us 2 nsDrugStOlef oue cnn SFRIHG 1 Blue Grass Hnrsiriei Fruit and Ornament al trees glape vines small fruitja paragu everythingfotorctdIau and ea v rw THJ= N NSLEAOER Tk 1 aII BUITOM y A1WIOPST b4P4T1T- TEEiitXt13ACTED imiir lN Y MM JNING FIELD KY JUf EXnUl Work Strictly v sirtcI Dpt J 1MFTQN h OFPICE JS OpELI ut I it d J f Y RS JL SIOCKBy iPilNGFIELD KY j OFEiGB Dr Rinenarfs for- tjiff fi over Peoples Depositt Bank Offic hours 12 to 2 ntc aW FGRl SBY c ATTRNEAEAW 1Once ovw Peoples Bank S PitJFIErI EX H JMi atruThe elMer IIca itindata is a bird that respected end feared tlironsb eat aeuth Gcriuauy It belongs to the ravcH tr11la nbout tiesiroAofi aj tIeIt IUecranilwhUc ten hers andteuj pointed tall It builds Its test IB orcbnrda nnd its life Is sacred If ea Shtkepa5romsure sJga of death la that house If it tlks over g bouse when any ono is ill usd gives Its iiMHrulhir cry tbe sick per ts jraro fo Ale but If It does not creaui the patient way recover It iIs better for the sick person if the bird does tot cbnie near No one could be hired to bother tbesc sibIrdsend if by chance one of them should die it is a sign of bad luck t6 the own er of the property where it was found The bird is a valuable Insect destroyer and in this wsiy probably wore that compensates for the four it occasions among the fanners Lf IJPeaeoe1 ShSa peacock pull out his tail feathers nnd gq1uniageblest most subdued and ashamed look ins bird that ever walked the irthGpeacock tin full feather Is so ani conceited as sometimes fobe really troublesome Not satisfied with squall Ins at the top of his discordant voice and with parading up and down the walks witb expanded plumage be will MSlias been known to seriously Injure small boys or girls tbat were Incau tious enough to venture within blsI roatb Plucking his tall feathers tiowever causes all his courage to evaporate He will sneak aroufid the yard like 1 whipped spaniel will keep out of sight as muck ns possible anti rouwlllhcnrJ nothing of him until bis plumage bas ga1nrowievBamma and Parthoa Dnmas like Balzac was fond of bis own creations Among them all be loved rorthos best The great strong Taba htro was d child utter his own rtjoOne afternoon it Is related bis son foutld Duma careworn wretched overwhelmed What bas happened to you Are you Unns1tetl Durnas f1 oo implied Damns peru Well wha 1slt tbcnam miserable bethospoorj ial4Lav1t But there must be an end Jo nil things Y eIt when I saw hlrnslnklngI beaeatli tbe ruins crying It is too heavy too lieavy for mer I swear to you that I cried And be wlp d awn Y H tear wltb the sleeve of bis dressing pwo A Clever Xethotl at BtealUr kAuwas pyedjt a London tint in broad dayligfitr A gentleman rang tbe bfll at 3 oclock and inquired wbetber M ItGrey was at borne 08lr said the ju1toi 41e rarely If ever comesbnckl from the temple before 5 oclock a That isl strange returned the other since f know he has an appointment here with a Mr Johnson at 4 oclock n Thea be went bisl way At 4 oclock to the minute Mr obuI Ron caNed ana giving his name was cf course allowed to wait In Mr iOrcys apartments which be denuded of everything of portaljie value in ten minutes and then walked out ob serving as be pasted the porter that be could wait no longer t Parrots Are Vegetarian Iarrots are vegetarians They II8 chiefly upon a light but nutritious jdlct of fruit and seeds or upojuJJtn wiera4Andettiug at their chosen fpfcd that they powerlalr1 0081111 have perhaps noted tbo rJDHt tropical fruit enters like the hornbHl8Jind the toucans are remark melr1ablebeaks Cfornhlll Magazine- j TM Wklteril impiidhce j Me W yb ck atbotcliWhats that IernosadeS j 1WhatIUteriwash yr flngerg afterTo yea know anti eatluI Concarn yr InpudencefI with jay fingers If do come front the country 181 with my knife same as tocr follw f In M F I tf 1IlnI v J I lJfr IJ itf5 rI w acorr aOWX Etaew0 4pmNtSij1r k jjjIAla j l QH T Ii iIHhW lh Local Happenings Interest rhe Freshest and Latest 1 r IIAl3 tYiiurCIYFr1ends 1I and AcquaintancesV w J I The tionc Ontm WrlttenIdr the NEVS LithitR t Have ypi ever noticed and fbund alliel Tw 3SSave yea wated awbjle to see coming v behind tljij6ne l fi RUntshllne qeta that os3oznbrlgbt 4 twosln ajr1ngtimesba1rnyl1gmt- eAr not aware tbat bid ucatha teal of green Oni poor witiered flpwer might te seen Some people merrily through life go Ne 4llersorrow or woe IwJ fi if roterlt f8we tS fllfe havd tnrted An 5mdhearted w MA1flicn WIstoyeMcE f t mJlchCOV Nica fat th1inifryig ch kefftliltwa onband rtiP IryiiouS Have jou igad IcElroy uliz advertiement gin this par Dant get left Largo stock of Millinery to seWt from at Mansbelds Deep cut prices th close out iFos SALE A sow and 14 nice cats GHAS LEE GRUNDY Valley Hill Ky FOR SALE Thoronshbrcd Polan China boars eligible to registration at from 750 to 10 AH thiseak at McEloy ultz Majestio CooUing Exhibition You are invited Dont tdt Fine wash Dress Goods Vlaiht coda Wide Lwn Iices and Embroideries t close out at first co stat Miansa1Ii Dont fail to see time Greatt ajestic Range bake biscuit in three minutes all this week att McEhov Shfaltz Dont get LIt Dont jforset the grat ball game here tomorrow afternoon SpringfieldI erybody Hot biscuits and de icions coffee ser Jrrrce tliisyeek a McElroy Shul s Be sure toI see the Grel ajestic Ranges Dun t getleft i Thcialways hecJiap t Ijestt 1 51nste1andIeusIIyouwhyt getler McE roy ShuzIYou cn buy the W oSIQOand the binder for 90 ofIf Thorn pf on Green The Wood machines are not in the trust Front now on I will sell ready o wears and trimmed hats at and below costA nice selec rtionon haCd Come inIMrs Kate Nothing Better WilliamsI Ithangocd purl bottled beer Ii fOlr1dozenbottl J F GREENE Keep cool1 Keop cool Ijj cant iep cool go tcElr y Sh llz getc rigern1or Vater- 2ft1iidt Ice Cream Freeze iVe have the best Fe want you toe your friend fto come in any day this week andsee the Great Majestic Range bake biscui s McElrov Stiultz Dontget left Ieistslabolweighing about 175 lbs Any in 1f bySA LS ITxasLKy 1 Dont sweat over hot suds this hop weather use PearlinAra colqfJustIBememberi a set of the best cooking istorsilsr madeof copper stefel and enamel worth 7 5o 1iiven iway absolutely fred it- hrry Majestic Ran e solcj thii WfV at McElroy Shultz Dont get llefr TheNebraska Indians and the Centre College base ball re TfiDffrolUflDOO j l played a reat game at Danville Tuesday theresult beirig a vic tory for the caliPgo boys by n sa ore oflioO The Idians piny h thereAfter you see the Mnjeslic Ranie at McElroy Shultz youll wonder how you have managed to pet along without one Dontget lefr Mr Mat tin Hamilton n wcllknon citizen of this Bounty whose home was iin ihe St Rose neigh borhodd ed Tuesday night nfier n hortillf ess Trie decocsed was wet to do farmer anti had any friends He was about 60 y eats dltgo and leavvsa wit but no children The funeral will take place this morning at Stt Rose TIe regular election of officer of the Peoples Dep sit Bank was held last Sa rday afternoon and e following directors were diosen 0 D Robertson T M Blandfor1 W L Graham G L Haydon 1 FL Thurman and JSiW Satte ly Mr G D Robert son was eu sen president and I H Thumun vice pie iJent VJossrs Thurman and Sutterly are new members ofille bad Miss Sapb c Coming viTheBarbees entertainment to be sjiven at the ourt House fo the bentfit of tthe Christian church has been fiXed for Tuesday eu ing June 30th The Courier Journal in c mmpnting on WHS Barbees work says MissBir bee has studied the ngicecfIIthe South and has learn d thtir character and mannerisms most perfectly Her portn yal of them in dialect was delightful viruthfultis Catchin j a hicken end Im Gwine to Buy a Uou en piitumed the Southern negr as hd was in the days before theI war The Western Woman andIHer Dog was quite a from the oher seec ions but it se ned to show Miss Barbees vvrsati itv NCourtThe present term of Circuit Court was resumed on Monday after having adjourned for two we ks but very little business tw erIcaoiaivas called bu on motion of theI nldiuntilTlii jjuries were dismiSsed on iiwealthi posed of The followingrmLsesof the Coram wealth were tried Davis Hung ite clirredwi c parrying tIt committing a breach of lllr pe cc acd tintd 15lnd cotiDennsand William Dernis IJim convict lJof dynam ti g fish and tineJ 101 each but an order was en ered on motion of the Coram nwealth Attorney suspending the tine until further orders from thu courtJJ R W Clements charged vith ccicorninklingwas acquitted of ihe charge This c se grew ut of the fact 10tnJt SPJlui WO ago erected a tenement ltoue and a stabje in closa proxiiri y5 to a school on the Bardstown road and he was indicted be cause he patrons of time school complained of the stable as a nuisance Tne school house has since been de3t oled by flT The Common real h f tiled to j make out a case against Nri j Clements who is one of time countys best citizens a d ilie court gave ihe jjury procpigory instructions to dismiss the obargeI The cash against Richard Trent charged with falje swearing WIB dismissed for want of proof Richard Perkins was found guilty on breach of the peace charge and fined 5 and costs Jfhn Gary for using abusive language was tined 5 and Jeff Simms convicted on a smilar charger was as essed the same amount r rIJJnf 9rsi1clilg ct ss hit breach of the peac was JUC e Tor l oAanT ftliq Jiii r lamingiJ j iiilljl a yme heallnsr sc rl H H H0IH5 ITEiIl oFF1P iamsL1mt rYJWnmnertly Iicatii SPIUNGFIELpI1t FERScNAI S C Ilendrn Ins retu nedI from Cleveland O Joe Mansiteld was in LouisvIJIe e first t ILiac week slWmi j tfing friends in D milrfIMr Charlie Noe and family went to Louisvil o Sunday Mrs W ID Rg dale is visit ing relatives in Shelby county W D Clay brooks returned Mondayl from a vist to Lexing ten Mrs Salli iTin rail on of Fred1 erickstown was i town Tues day James Wharton of Louisville pen Sunday with his parents th jsurol PittsIburgi3 thislWCL Mr Frank Wall or isiIltt1 was herd this week visiting rein min esIshMikydia Duncan were in L banon toftJu go John Pulon of Bards own attended court he etherirst of tHe week John Clayhro Ice andsi tor Ij Miss Pearl have rclurredfn m aC sit to VdkeGeld Miss Mary Lews has relumed1a from Louisville wh re she has been attending schuol Arthur Gnatev who has bei attenaing school nt Lexington is at home for the vacation Mr Harr Shader was caled cme the first of the wo by the serious illness of his wife Mrs Jennie ftvbott and Ii tlej grand dauvhtcv Mary Tcnjr Jroj1 slting in Leoan n this weelIM r find Sirs Edt t id Hem of Louisvile am guests lot the hltl11eofJw F Greene this IeIiJnltprsw eekCMrs W L Dunn of Ashvi le Ii C is visiting er parents Mr and Mrs J G Mansfield ui this I1 place II dMrhildrei of Ilnrrdsbur vhied relative in th ttwn and county last eek f t repCspnlingltIhe I headqaatcrs at 1cljc E roy S hutizs IIr artl Ms Mat Ma rs ard jb by start torn rrov m niing fur 0alfand I where ih y ha eSdecidel to cateIjt- fcr J Sailorly o he Ta tham Springs neighborhood It aid the NEWSLEADEI cfiiceaf rcall Saturday lustoMiss Nora Bonti wli h benIttend ng n rraal ehotIat ing Glen for abIul four months reui tied cm MonJay willIleave Saturday for Ivnerie Ky where she will jjuln a honso ti p IesleMosss Theo Cnmpbill Will Wharton J In Spalding John Searcy lird Fienden Joe Spald 11 in find D ira Lit ey cr3ir1 Danville Toe day ttrr and Mrs P SMmjyesiMiiyi if d Fv RoUnrds were called to Louisv He the first of tthe week by ttV illness and i death of Mr Jack Beam DealhOf Mr3 Beam The new of the death Margatct Hcam at St ofMrsgir Hospital in Louisville on last Monday morning came qsa sad ioelr to her mny friends andI relatives in f3pdng8ild and aslmington county Mrs Beam had been in baJ he 1th for some timo aid just one week before her lentiL she submitted ton very severe surgiclil opera ton Sin gradually grew worse after Iho operation was performed and fondayIJsti f peritonitis Mrs Beam bocre hrr marriage was Margaret Thompson of this placEn jdaughter of the late Nelson Thompson Her mother wla- crrives was a Mayes a sister undIJimT Illhow I rhornpsonandherispositionI endeared her to alf with wnom iieNovember 1896 mirriedshe was Mr J II Beam the promi neht distiller of Early Times jNelscn l wlhomcwl circles and was a general layI or te Her untimely death is source of universal regret amon large circle in Nelson county a etw as at her old home The funeral took place at I3 lId tn on yesterday morning and a large number of friends fr om Ws plce alter ded Pleasant Occasions BMrsgave a delightful flinch party last Friday afternoon to tho visi lors who arms Hi tuni Time gJest off honor vere MVs M It M It ye S jtf California MrsLeRoy Dinn iof Asheil N C Mrs Minton off New Haver Ky and Mis1 Rice of Pittsburg Pv The othcs present were Mcsdames Harry Thompson Kfon Green Howard McElrov and Miss Mar- iaybroome McElroy Tne com pany assembled in the dining room at 280 anc engaged in aImost intorestng game until 530 For fiwhiie during intermissions anty icCs were served and a bi Ibof choice gossip was iadutd in Mrs Green and Mis McElroy DiedQldiMts Maye was victorious andi iIcarried off he baaitiful finpiTile RqtinHiion Garland Cunn ngluni Viella ftpiltliiig MesIduijes Ben T lIedl of Hai rods burg and James V McElroy ontert lined Misses Mary Rio f Pitl bug Pa Annie Me Chord ttie Irvine Jennie Ciaybrooko Lyiia 1cElroy and Esth r Boa ware at luncheon Monday eve ing at 0 oelocc The guests were graciously re c eived in Dr Hords purlOI- which was co ver pi into a per fect sylvan retreat by a profu ioSn of pains ferns nndI0seI softly lighted by red candle To strait s f music from an inj v sible orchestra the guets II i OJSfor even the worst of boys There s but one best in boys Shirts and ip Blousesit bearsthe Mothers FriendSlabel Bring that skylarking romp of s a boy here and well soon fit him cut in a manner exactly to his liking SB Mothers Friend garments werent fe II designed for girlyT boys Theyll a t staPtd thefull strain and stress Qf every e iSt g for a i agged day with prices as low as t I J j ROBERTSN BM 1 nffi If tt ttIf f If f f1f m tt 1 J wtnded iheir way to the dining room and heroes elsewhere anrstne 1e I hosts dismayed Heir perfect taste Cluse s ofrus s in vases andiaitstjcally sea ttered on the coier cf Mexican 4d 1chemef1I1bill One of the most Ip ii ervjphnpprsuggested by Miss tJic a guess nj contest in Svhich all took put The prize fi red Bolltiian glass vase was jivori by Mrsf McElroy and 9pre entcd to Mrs Head tn tonolu so jwingl iIIere to the 077ncr of Ragr ime Plat And to all taese men in one llerejj to the women of life stat BluetraSJ rAnd to every mctieson Mr Will ClaybroJce very un gallantly rrspoicleJ Heres to fine icetea So amber and S3 clear Not so sweet as a womans lips Bat a great deal more sincere r ttcson and Durham pnssI1ISaturday f 1prisily led their opponents rthere were als winners in the district andwera decla ed the nomil 02s They carriel ev ry ccjUily except Marion 5elow- we give the official vote cf Wiih ihgton county tire it CTnMvtt JUj3 Atry u w UPRECINTSa grj = 0 J 9a = Krederickjtown 29 33 96 Mnoresville 73 21 7 85 wt lishurg 35 32 3i 61 H ncrn 2120 2 42 Sprinlietd No 8 W II 43 33 Mackville 34 12 68 H 12NorSprinflield No 0 25 42 70 28 Sprinijtild No 10 110 26 34 12 KClIY Shop6 21 57 26 rush Grove 0I 37 0 Total 7782G4 228713ll2 Pntlesons rnijrityIllI Durham pluralit 493 LNotice According to ifcction 78 Com mon School Law a poll tax ol 150 rn bIt while male citizens Ivejr 21 years of ago that res d in the graded school district and a tax of 50 centsupcn each one hundred dollars wurih of taxable property in the district owned bywh te people or corporations has been levied for one year for school purposes The time fixed y section 79 is two months and payment mus be made to tjie isricL Treasurer befre the ex piration of that Time Ho will h e in his office at Springfield at ull limes ij receive said tax AtI tliotyxpirtton of that time a lof 5i per cent willf h ndJelanJ it wHiI then be the duty of treasurer to enforce same This April 21th- looiji G C WIIAUTON Dist TreaasV CQice over Haydon Barbor bi lifnin s Curious Freak Daring the heavy rainstoim of last irrturday moaning light ning struck the dweling of Vr Tohh Cotton who resides in tJeI Murrays Run neighborhood The eecUic curent was con TtTetcd down the chimney and set fire to thj lunabrcquin on the mantel piece Members of the family were in ihc room at thej timft and tIme burning lambre quin was extinguished before much damage was di ne All the members of the houseiolJ were indoors when tl e lightning played this curious prank b utI none of them were injured The house was iiI no way damaged Recor DO YOU GET UP WITH A LAME BACK Kidney Trftnbfc Makes You Miserable Alrtjjst everybody who reads lhencws paper is jpra to know of the wondemiijL2J s cures made by Dr = jMJL g r lSwamoRootl remedyI maJicenturyji dis of yearsiii taN byDrj rent kidney and blad ii + eer specialist and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame tick Tddsey bladder uric acid it Wf thcworsttformDr JKilmers Swamp Root Is not toe oomended for everything but Ifyou have kId foundttestedNmacUcSi Among the helpless too poor to pur chi relief and hasproved so successful ta I ievery case that a special arrangement hast been na Ie by which all readers of thfs pape who hayeOtt alrearly tried It may have f1 sampebott scnt free by mail t bookJ tclUngmote boUt SwamoRootland how w flniloutfyouav ld eyorb ci wtttntioCr1ti t11- hzStncoUra liftycd IITh rl 0 fa fi EVAPORATED FRUiTS i OIeII of all kitacjsJgoing cheap tOC I 4JEarlyISO I I Foods such Ralstons Shredded Whale I Wheat and Boiirdeau Plakes I = j DONT iI FORGET1p Ji i I That we keep atull line of Groceries always J1Qn4JVh pe land gltet us II trIal order is nil 4 we ask E E S MAYES JR 1l IJ J Irio ili G e tYJSIT1 t CUNNINHHAM It Cj Ci DUNG NS STORE i JKI And see the great display ol j Embroideries l 1 f Lacese 4 fte 11L 1tace aies tci Lade Coors t j An unsurpassed variety qt W1SHGOODSi- n ilk Ginghams Mercer ized Ginghams Mercerized W g Waistings KniCl rbock r 83Ythles C eW 4 t iA HITH GQOSi- n i i Mercerised Madras Oxfords JPiques stc r t C7VRPTSSJust Received the largest stock Gar gv pets in Tapestry Brussells Ingrains i x J8paneseMattingsvS that we have ever shtfwn t LCCURT7WIS The most effective dtsigns in ice J Curtains SngiI1g in price f1Jnl 1 toS600 pairr t W LL iiPER tWe ire showing a most compjete stock t of Wall Paper in beautiful combina tions of French Patterns Crdwui iioJ andJTilestit wS We offer special inducements to cash buyers in prices and the Blue Rebate Stamps Gall for your stamps J Tours Very Respectfully eCunningliain fi Duncan It tiJ JOHN S McELROY 4 1 6fNlR INSURANCE AOENNI1 l Fire7 Life and TornadoV 41f7f Jj iOFFICE OVER REOPLES BMtt During absence frcun ffice W b 7OfOf I i 1 7crgJns4reabk Iocsr Ijn maIarIdSlztrIll anajri fSAJllJfauln reii fore C u re all malarial dlsI ues IS IiDtonLeer TWr it decided lull in affair i Ifinlon this week al S tIl94k eeryone sont equi VirVairaitig the presidents re 1ca Csklerable anxiety ex 4 JIl6 I tot several days for lear i Ihat evt would be delayed by tt I1DtheWetbut Mr J1 JRo eyelt paaeed through the iptib the flooded cpunrry with diy There ate many im portamt matters which await the jgraiiittit attention In addi tkm to the Bos offica iuvestiga- ikm whkh is the most import ajit there area number of offices t to be Ilk4jncluding the assist aatVieereUry Commerce and mOor a Civil Service Commis albner and other A aopewhat r marliable corn ciioe oocurredMn the Supreme 3 mrt during the period just l Ibedimg its djourpme for I ttKJ summer recess Mr Justice Wendell Holmes was re 4 to pass on the question as- t r a cppyrghk could be IOliver his fathers bco Au ctat of the Breakfast rf V As there was jio pecu Jjafyfaleresi on the part of the djeiingTiished son there was m iiMprepriety in his adjudicating tlje cue and accordingly he de cid d that the work could not be a 1tV righted as it bad originally c e apublished withoutcopyright ciierieltoras inu The Atlantic t Mpathly 1t Another publiiatior it involved in the same case was Htitr Beecter Stows The Mtscongof the man who tries 4hwoes flyingmachino are patent law is in- consideratet enough to requiri thian invention 10 b patent bust be new Wand useful am l itisby no means easy to con t v Tialoe the the Patent Office offi cll tbataffljng tnacbice i o wikBfei however new it may be IThire wasmjnister whoap 2 ii3 at the Patent Office thts r fiyingcchariot directions for making which ha declared that he had discovered inthe book of Eze kialf The woJd may yet lean of tifiis scripturall air ship but it wiUnot be through the patent once for when the Minister oi the Gospel was asked to swear that h was lh4C1rigiuald1scoveI er of theidea he pvghli to pat ent he was oblieed to refuse and he went away disconsolate Dr Alexander Graham Bell1ci WasHiDgton has given t1W im petus to the ftyng machine mea in this country with his tetrahe dron kite principle Ibut even the Doctor declines to Eay that ei has actually solved the prpblea l of aerial navigation and he has nevYrapplied bra patent 4Developments laye not fbi owed each other jnr the Post bfficeinvestigation as rapidly I was hoped although the inspect ors are still di igently tork= Tbree weeks ago Postmastei General Payne expected to ha v I practically completed his raporl t OD thcrscanctal in timcfpr the 4 Presidents return but thnt wil I bs impossible in view of the ram iticaticm L Mr Koosevelt has ialread railed a Cabinet meeting 1Ithat tW Pdstbffice situation viilI be dswjssed at much length a t that time The ins ecors are now wo king on the tdivisiien oI former Sqperintnau Bea4rt and all kinds oft sensationall rujmon aja heard but thus far n 1 fat s Iiave been givenftb the pub lie There iis urgent demand foir the reply made by Fourth Assist nniPostmaster Gen6al Bristovi to jhe Tullcch charges All f moOD UVIHQ t SQia1teo4iresn1tS in bad 1aO became jrfcat is4nied good livlnef is iisuall the gratifecation of tim palate withou bodyIWfcea tlfc1 good liver is a business ma i a J and rises from fuU meal topiunj atol1ceinwwork requiring Tnenti effort the feault is almost sure to tC disastrous 3usedigestion drcaws i upon the sam nervous force which are en played in thought I In time the storo y5ach becomes di I t ceased the PJO Besses of digesifo rt ailad nutrition are paztthereIl I I br ftkdovn J Dr Pierce Gol4en oeryc reJi t diaeaea of the t tomaela1dottJer Itri t gttesln systeniascox Nfl1IhICe of inperfect digestion Itgive s JI sMwd ktsltk to Use whole body JalDrPierceCeWeabtaMiBC to Ii1 wrkes Xrr Ellen It Bacon of W1bry raakUi Co Maim Prior to I tt had doctored for my Monac roart1tber 196 IfcaaVery tkt ipells and wa ewtM eat but little I contmencca li JDedidaehi t1w1jsoudj ja itj lIiaThza Ik Dr liN CeIMlaQn 5euse Mther JttOn1e eiplt of1YailipItQltietiIcl papcr t1J Of3I u forth cloti J6 L ud tLIrcMLLV pjst tf J 4d- C sol have had vccMlm use your RUckDraught Stock and PouutzrMedIt ckcM4 am pleased to say that seveI used anyihlnj forslock that gave hall M good satisfaction heartily recom mend it to all owners of stockmJ B BELSHER Sickstockorpoultry should not deatsick persons should expect to beicued by food When your i dicineless stock foods Unload thebowe- Island stir up the torpid liver arid the Vfll be cured if itbe possiTi ble to cure it BlackDraught and poultry Medicine unI ads thetbowels find stirsup the torpid liver It cures every malady of stock if taken in time Secure a 25ccnt canTof BlackDranpht Stock and Ponliry- MedicinennditwillPayforitselftc1t jintesover lIorse work better Cowsogive more milk Hogs gain And hens Jaymoro eggst so1ve the problem of making as much blood fieshand energy as possible out oi tie smallest amount of food eon gamed Buy a canfrom yoqrdealero other replies to these charges have now been published butit is understood that Bristows re port confirms many of the der tails of the Tulloch indictment bud for that reason Postmaster General Paine is holding it balks with a view to presenting with it a nioe Decent report on the con ditionsiri the Washington posta office whiqh itishoped will nnku l a more faYorableshowing i Recent reports from Colombia regarding the Panama canrll at e by no lIle encouraging They i are to the effect that there isi Ic tittle prospect oli the Colombians getting together and tatifyingj the treaty They haVe an idea that the United States Treasury soerflowicgwith money andIII are inclined to regard their necessities rather that what would constitute a fair price for the canal zone and charter Some say however that Presi dent Marroquin apprecjates that it would be useless tp try and extort more from this country and that if the Congress which meets the 20th of this month does not ratify he will raise some kind of disturbance and under the cloak of an insurrection rati fy the treaty himself This course would undoubtedly lead too revolution immediately but that would be imm2terial to the United States If the State De partment cn once secure a ratified copy of the treaty themney 10OOU 000 will be paid over at once and then work will be begun and force of arms and superior numbers relied upon to compel a respect of the rights of this country Take With A Grain Of Salt A farmer who doesqt liveone hundred miles from theumud slide II has a nepnew from the city visiting him The other morning he told the boy ti go and salt the calf The lad fook a half gallon of salt and rubbed it all over the calf working it ioto the hair Two mules scent ad the salt and licked the hair off the poor calfs back rue farm er tried to catch the calf to wash it but the caltr thinking has wanted to ich too jumped the ggnge and disaj peared in Vandi viars wild lettuce patch iin Paynes wood As this patch covers many acres and the Jet tuce grows as tall as a man the calf in running wild in its re treat A hunt i being organized tJcapture Herald it Harrodsburg Cuts BrpisB and Burn Quickly Healef- lChamVerlaias Pain Balm is an anti septic lit iment and when applied e cuts bro ises and burns causes them to heal without maturation and much more qu Jkly than by the usual treat mint Ft sale by Haydons drugstore IIdentified saystSprings for counterfeiting is in- Mont Urpckman He lived at Tartar Afiir county and mar tried Miss Houvis lu lha court house in this place six weeks ago The couple left immediate ItJyfor the Wet Brockman has been suspected snco the first counterfeit bill was discovered as being implicated There is not a doubt about Brockman being the man arrested at Hot Spring ns a dispatch was received from him to day stating that lin and his wife were in jail in thaf city chargedwith passing counterfeit money Donb sweat over hot suds this tot weather use PearlinAm monial l washing fluid and cQta uatei with better results Just jl Ke it 010 trial FulLdirection Son every bcttle 1 Returnea from Liizwit Clayton noel wno his beet ie ring in northern Luzia for the last two year teturjed h re Saturday unexpectedly to Ms parents and friends on a three months furlough He gives qure an intelligent account of affairs in the Philippines and predicts another se ious outbreak before long He says the pat vas are atrettc11erousuoappreciative people antha meanest on earth Asked abQ ttheiwater cure treatment administered by Am ericen soldiers he repliedtiThe Unite States soldiers are the ost humane and lenient to theiri foes on earth and while they id practice the waer cure pun ishment ft some extent they idnt give the negroes half enough The people of t e States ha e only Leard one side hey do it know the p ovoca i l They cant realize how the enemy treat their prsoner hey would hack American soldiers to pieces with bolos cut ff their arms and legs mutilac their bodies in every conceivable manner and torture them to death M Board is nuw an- fficer in the civil government and will return to his p st in September Harrodsbug Dam cratATasteForGrass An operation was perlormed recently by a surgeon cn a farmer living nearNorristown Pa and the peculiar methods pu ued will go down on record as a marvel of science if the tiller of the soil should get perfectly hale gain Thf manhad been suffer ing from cancer of the stomach ft r mary years and considered his vase hopeless until he con erred with the sU eo1Jwho promised that an operation might ure him Accordingly it was greed to perform it at the farmers hume the next day The Sufferer was laid upon a table healthyIIwas open part ed by cancer was trans erred to WINNING COSTUME DESIGNED BY AN This creation which won first priza n uunki In a com nt con the was by Miss It Is at 800 Worry Almost Unnerved Me Heart Pains Short of Brea th Faint and Languid DrMileaHeart Cure and Nervino Cured Me has live years since I wrs cured of heart trouble by jour Heart Cure and Nerv ine and am just as sound as a dollar in that organ today For several years I had been suffering with rot heart had become short and difficult ar times short sharp dalns about the heart sometimes accompanied with flutterinfwould make me feet faint end excite ment or mental worry would almost unnerve me I felt that the trouble was worse all the time and after trying many remedies prescribed by physicians without relief I was induced to five your remedies a trial I was relieved the second day and after three or four bottles all symptoms were removed and have never showed signs of REV Gao W Chincoteague Va There are many symptoms of hrartdisease which so closely resemble more com mon nervous disorders as to frequently mis lead the attendingiphyslcian Often in cases kidneysliverorlunksmay be those of weakened nerves as tired sleeplessness timidity the patient is easily excitable and apt to worry withqu cause if you have the least suspicion your heart is weak study your a n theejr Miles Heart Cure d great tH withouta deb z Iti Pce ForcefBbdrtoScrre 1 when doubt Stinny household miller welcomo Sunny saying sheep exchange a good slice intestines Both tients were sewed and the11anesthetic mastT put bed For week farm nourished goats milK and after days allowed a chair everything progressing favorably The other proud surgeon received a letter from patient stating that sheep still alive and feeding usua1 aqd that only effects produced upon himself exchange a insatiable hanl after grass Bad For The Dog roe brjeezes from below tunnel mill country have wafted a good stbry stream how tibles three lawbreakers The three were nVning and Mid luck they decided throw just PRIZE OMAHA GIRL fascinating petitive exhibit between American French dressmakers ventlon American Dressmakers association designed Nina Hartwell Omaha valued Breathing growing obtaining taking retumlne thoseot feellnF symptoms day ering turned Jim Dumps young wife while a bride Some biscuits made with greatest tP ridt Jim looked with upon the t Butto aibride ntbe rude Lets eat Foe my wWin i It saved the lleOfSunny Jim The Cereal et All Jim In our Force Ms as fa and as Jim and a good deal for we are all Sunny Jims now un L the in fcr of its pa up soon to a the r was t ni ten was to sit up in as was the his the was as ill by the is the up of the were on no So to one gold and the of of been he yet fear food one cfirst dear tis in it Now thats the stick cf d namite in the wj er g t a mess cfr fish They Ian d the fuse and tossed it in gIinIand bring it out rushed in grabbed the stick if explosive and startei to the shore with the fuse sHjokinsj The men d with the dos in pursuit They jumped a fene but the dog gut fastened hi a crack It still held WhCDrit went ul IC owrercouiuu nId the cellar worn by his HeriiJdtor in Barrudsburg- Profit dII SI leep Rals In Mr An BlIiom intheI ev of sheep raising He- 1as In repoltehe is the possessor of 98 ewes r dThee q tvfs this season pr ced181 lambs 99 of which hY ftov fro 04 leavi gstmin Js possession 32 lambs From tie 98 ewes he sold 7465 worth of woolhwhich makes an average profit from each ewe of 5tU r Thasale of the remainjngjhirly two lames will raiseiho average prOtit from each ewe to abUt seven dollars Standard OOOOO11o I PARDS I o 0 g Cy MARY TALBOT CAMPBELL ioe CupiHcM by T McClure 0 0 OOooooooo oOoO Montezuma Colo lies In tie lap of the inouijtalns at an altitude of over 10000 feet The town consists of a handful of houses saloons stores and two hotels and when the season Is at Its height shelters between 200 and 300 souls mostly miners UnlucUy Jack McCormick return- Ing from a trip to Denver heard the news that Jim Thompspn told skipped the Camp the week before leaving his boy Billy to cut his own trail An Wheres the kid at asked Jack Dont know He couldnt git work with his weak heart Guess hes bunkln with the burros an chipmunks Seed him jcs now goin up the county road lookin mighty played out With an oath Jack set out in pursuit of his favorite His long strides soon took hIm past the Silver Ivlng and round the next turn he saw1 jwhat he sought a unit grown lad isIs head bowed In the supposed solitude the whole slight frame shaking with sobs Jack blew u trumpet blast from his red nose and was so occupied behind his rod handkerchief that he nearly passed Billy without notice ffcllo Jack When did ye strike camp Jcs1 now kid but how goes It Oh toln Me Jack was still busy to look at Billy and the boy tooI fast composing himself Well old Im down In the mouth an blamed If I aint plum homesick for some one to keer a durn whether live or dieSSet down wont yeT said Billy sidling along to make room oh the flat topped botftder Uy the roadside Jack McCormick doubled Up his six feet of tank loose jointed body and with au explosive sigh tank by the Joy he meant to befriend Whats up pardr asked Billy awk wardly drawing nearer In boyjfh sym pathy Heaven knows I dont kldj Guess Im Jos a six foot baby But Im so f tXr iNUCJf wrAnhluiEI n ro TUF map TUB stvii iuuuiii5 i1tO1i uut1 lonesomer Inmt Imrdly eat mtslecp Dontt suppose you knowsjif If boilyt that would come an liitclijvlth iu unlucky cuss like me do you Ijuk felt the strirt the boy gaVWOUt1 t didnt luok up 1 could put a utile for his help cookln tIe grvb an Rich The mountains 1eeItnl before tie eyes of till boy dbry from luuiKor uul a wild hope causht at his heart With assumed clrkslllogli lo said Souiu yOht like bully well ttc linn somithln youmr about to hear in me IIin lilt A gasp im iwllately folkyyCtT by a cowh caused Jack tn il lire mllr llT at Billy uiRT saw u ghastly rnce In which the freckles appeared darker than ever He longed to put his arm about the almost fainting child but knew with whom he luul to deal Jack outhe squant would ye take lOP Bet ycr hoots kid tht yer pa lie slid riut los week SaliV hed hail noushV womon cattle unv kills an Ins to shift ftlr myself hIck I1ltell woll tin surprise h didnt eel antI offered n horny right hand to seal the bargain luvylll he win woiideriug how on cntiI e 8 to get the boy ul tIe st rlCkffrtU to his can ii yhntrdo you weigh UilI7t ttt4ir11ty oilnds Woilrvrduld you do a follcr ja fa TorT i Cerf You iseo Ive tot nbtt with Dud Croxir that ciitote Bivcntynvc pburids wlt1 outFtolIln frp here to my jrnblnanv sotif yon doift oItet- lUtptl you belli I yr ltJPII fvouW wn l rouail me au nnikelt wifltcj than J jtlgilt 1I1 hIJljthrontnntll hIJljhIJljI then clasped themselves about WisfflE as with a great unllmberinir Jack arose catching jhe skinny legs about blswafct They wcrro In the rocky road leadingl to the Eureka and SuubuVst properties owTed by Unlucky Jack Billy thought the wind niust be high as the world waved before him and the sigh lug voice of the pine hUed his ears As Billys head fell a dead weight Jack caught the slipping fingers ndtstumbling on made all possible speedup the traIL The boys weight seemed to grow as the dizzy way ted ever higher the slide rock making the foot lug difficult One more steep turn and the tittle cabin came in sight Jack staggered on to the door the sweat pouring from him and dropped the Inert boy upon his bunk Looking down at the child the strangely gray look on his face fright cued him Shaking him he cried Billy Kid Answer me mnul lie seized a whisky bottle and forced a little between the boys teeth a faint sigh answering his effort He rUbbed both face and hands with the fiery stuff and soon had the brown eyes smiling up into his anxious blue ones You jes wait purd he cried blithe Iy till I get sonic grub Inside YO1r Hushing to the stove he soon had the lire burning and water on for coffee Bread and bacon were slung on the table all with a great clatter and cheerfulness Jack came a faint cry Turning the man was awed by tbe look on the lads face and with one stride be had him In his arms trying to lift him Into sonic position easier for the poor fainting heart over Which Bil lys hand was tightly clutched Jack urged fused wore whisky but the boy re No Jack thank ye It was a short shift with ye yard tahappy one Hold my baud tight Jack held tenderly the trembling Icy hand My little tickers runnln down Jack ma uster say It was the only weak thing about her Billy boy t alms knew might go suddint The doc said this place wastoo stone heav en for a little sinner like me an pa wouldnt wnildut take me lower Jack with a rough shamcfnccdness kissed the boy on the brow and rubbed his hair the wrong way The eyes shone with sweet gazing up lovingly Into the brownj flooded wit1 manly tears The began more faintly with ninny pauses- r alias uit1 thereraut mi but ma she said there wasan I Jes wont to say that cf shes right an ef sites staked me outn claim Ill go ye hulvrrs Jack old pnrd So may be yc wen tuorc nor yer betwhen ye helped her Billy boy over tbe range Soon aftertbe camp rangwlth the rich strike of Jack McCormick on th- iEureka It was when besought last resting place for his pard tim t he found the paying lend Te Virtue of Blaclt Teeth Doctors come across many cases of flagrant superstition One who has a large practice In the foreign colonies tells ofa peculiar belief he was re quired to combat recently The family he was called upon to at tend were Siamese The patient was naturally delicate little girl 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