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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t J I s iI t I = i tt + ir THE NEWSLEADER r it i b l K w = ri t J i qr r f if t f l d 1 f T itit X No28 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 161903 LOO A YEAB jj L IEMeALMERSI O r Carry In dock all klnas of Tnnera PHONE 53am OUR DIRECTORY 4 SPJtNGFIJLD county seat of cWui i rt County 52 mIles southI S9 mites from elixblJtotutt branch of LiniIie e BardstOW 1guieand Nashville railroad inIdistrict I afarw1ltK zd grkn1tural Two IflII te1cgrj3an telephone office fipur mills lumber Use upreliS tiO 1100POPUlationof- ty15 iryax 94t0f XeseiitatiVC inCongress Hon 1 L SMIth HodfrenVlHe KyLteptesenbtivc in Kentucky LK ItreG A DoboneYTzeprescflttiYc in State SenateflOU lit V Parvcaf CampbellsvilleKT 1jtyDIrcctOryCIRCUIT COURT c1i alt C urtbe iwoa the fourth and JctelI ywIebrUarYIY bi c Pateds dg At W IL weefleflmmonwealth tocaey i J F M Campbell Clerk iTaosi ec QUARTERLY COURT QuarterlyCourt is held on the third Ifoaday in eachO11th jiiitse Judge CouNTY COURT the fourth County C4Xt on M endaiy U ech mOuth Llts J fu te W F Booker CountY Clerk TS Mayes Connty Attorney George Catiett Jailer Bjron Croak Sheriff Ricnurdlsham fjidneYOSbOrne RE Mu11iCfl DepuU3 Ed Masters IT4EeF NoreOounty Surveyor J I Royaltf Assessor fr pOBryanieputrf i Robert Noe Treasurer 1Montgoinery Coroner t SIW Bush SupL of Common SchaeW Pi O Springfield i CITY COURT raineli RNoe police Judge i S hit Gd M lshL W p CIaybroOkeCitY4tt0eY JUSTICE COUKT Jnsticecburtsare held in January- Ar1lWa0ct9be fJ Church Directory =r BAPTIST CHURCH KevS J Cannou Pastor Ser Aice erySunday at11 am and 730 VMI Sunday School at 830 Prayer Meeting en Wednesday night at 730 METHODIST CHURCH tcvJP mrdf Pastor Services 811 the First and Third Sundays in each mouth tl1amand 730 pm Sent Sunday at 10 amday SchOOl every FrayerIt5meeting everyIWedncsday eight CATHOLIC1CHURCH Rev P FtienneSIZLT Pastor Ser Vlccs v gundyat8 and10 oclock asi Serl es at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev Felix Pastor Service eCdand fourth iSunday io each ioith PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev G A Strickland pastor 44Prschthj every Sunday at 11 am Sunday school every i tT ptQ uaday t10 ain prayer meetlnK 0 avBrT Thursday evenIng at I oclock Frattmml OrderS MASONICiodgNo aect second Monday In each iuiinnth 17WashultonXasa qery third Monday 11SpringfieldnUT tparth Monda- yKUCTSofTHHM CAIIXEs Meet every first Wedaesdav in each month HU IAMERICANI I 1 k 1 vw t I J T iikrLJ COoL MS W- sfMprNssa I Mnpi- II i ret 1 J JlalML t iWOOWW WiW WWWC mwro rj1JiIWUNDOrTJ1Lh1The i By Edwin L SabinrandITwas h lfway twixt the eve dawn I met the monster fell The hour you know when graveyards yawn And sundry folk as well But no oldfashioned nightman this That tore me from my bed And over peak and grim abyss In flight prodigious sped ts two eyes flashed with green and white Afar they cast their gleam ts breath with venom fraught and blight Came puffing forth litre steam All velvetfooted was its pace And swifter than the gale Ah me that frightful frightful race Through horrorteeming vale u vain my choking voice I raised Assistance to invoke ill stiff with dread by terror dazed I suddenly awoke Both friends and foes may fate forfend That you should ever feel Uppn your peaceful conch descend The grisly nightmobile t11 HAT BRIDGEWe notice that the Nelson county au thorities and others interested are going ahead gQtitg estimates picking out locations and attend ine to other preliminaries just as if the building of the bridge across the Beech Fork near the town of Maud was already an assured fact Nelson county is willing and ready to do tier part towards building the bridge and what is more important our neighboring county likely enough has the available funds with which to bear the expense A talk with some 6f the officials of Washington county however re veals the fact that there is a serious doubt about this county beingi in a position to do her part of the work The trouble with Washington county Jusj i now is that the appropriation is abcut all exhausted and if the county is called upon to put up several thousand dollars for this bridge there will have to be some special nnanceering indulged in on the part of the officials who have the reins of the county government in hand lY ENDREN Squire Nim rod Hendren after acoseand exciting race against Mr John Dennis has been declared the Republian nominee for county Magistrate in the Willisburg North listrict Squire Hendren has served on the board of COUtitfl magistrates before and was acknowledged to have i beenI one of the best county ever had He was known as the Watch Dog of the County treasury and very few grafts were successfully worked during his term as member of the FiscalI Court He had his opinions in all matters pertaining to the in terests of the county and was never averse to standing uo to his convictions The district in which Squire Hendren is the Republican nominee is strongly Republican and his chances for serving the county again are flattering cr CHOOL TEACHERS The cL9 Teachers Institute which met here last week was quite an interesting session and aside i from the routine work and other matters pertaining directly to school work interesting discus sions of other subjects were in dulged in by the teachers A particularly warm argument was started over a set of resolutions- e which among other things set- out points of a petition proposed to be laid before the Kentucky Legislature asking for certain amendments to the school law One point expressed in the read lutions was a request for higher requirements in the qualifications of teachers It was suggested to do away altogether with the Third class teachers certificates abdtQ raise the standard oft qualification on all others The introduction of the resolution stirred up quite a lively discuss ion among the teacners spine taking the sta dthatthepro posed change would work a hardship oh many who would be unable to meat the requirements as laid down The majorityr however were in favor of raising the standard and thereby en qualifications among those desiring to teach Another change in the school law wa suggested too and that is in regard to the trustee system It was proposed to abolish the district boards of trustees and to appoint a county board composed of one membEr from each magisterial district with the county superintendent to act as chairman The idea is to have all teachers of the county appointed by this board Th s proposition also brought out a warm discussion However there need be no fe ir of violent changes being theseI the immediate future as the Washington county teachers resolution are carried into effect the Kentucky Legislature must act and history tells with what degree of alacrity the Kentucky Legislature acts Q HOULD BE CHANGED By 15 the way while the teachers are petitioning for changes in the laws and regulations there is one matter which if they would Endeawr to have clanged the effort would be approved by all ho have considered the ques tion and that is the time of institutesI midIsummer and as it nearly always happens in the hottest week of the hottest month of the year The teachers are compelled to theylhave schools they are not allowed to take the time from the school term but are required to make up the week at the end It would be better for the teachers and all concerned to fix thetime for hoding the institute in the fall of the year when the weather can be counted on as being more endurable It seems too that it would be no more than justice to allow the teachers pay for the weeks work in the institute as many who come from a distance are out quite an amount for boar and other expenses while attending pyTV EQUESTED TO RESIGN JL The Fiscal Court of Wash ington county met last Thur day to take some decisive action to stop the nccumuation of claims against the county by reason of toP recent small pox epidemic and to adopt s me measures to prevent the on slaught on the treasury As was Stated in our last iissue the Court of Claims at a previous panicIothers on account of the smill pox epidemic had reached start ling figures This second meeting was to call a halt and this was accomplished but not with out some trouble In the first place the County Board of Health officers were rf quested to resign with which request two members complied promptly the third member doing so under protest The Court then recom mended for appointment by the State Board of Health Messrs A C Kimball and T E Wilson 1and Judge W E Solecman The county board is empowered to employ a physician at a stipula ted salary to act in all cases of small pox Action on the claims presented was deferred until jthe October term of court Nikbt Was Her Terror I would cough nearlv all night long writes Mrs Chas Applegate of Alexandria Ind Hand could hardly get any sleep I hud consumption so bad that if I walked a block I would cough frightfully and spit blood but when all other medicines failed three 100 bottles of Dr Kings New Dis cove ry wholly cured me and I gained 58 pounds Its absC lutely guaranteed cure Coughs Colds La Grippe Bronchitis and all Throat and Lung Trou bles Price 50c and 100 Trial bottles free at 0 J H ay don s drugstore News Notes I has been learned that the trial of Curtis Jett and Tom White may ask for a continuance at Cynthiana on the ground that the evidence as gixen in the preceding trial had not been furnished them Ed Odear the stenographer says the manu script has been in readiness for week and that there has been no call for it Judge Osborne is said to be of the opinion that a postponement cannot be secured IRufus Tantrell king of the Indianapolis ghouls has made a confession relative to the disap pearance and death of Miss Indianapolisjclear up several murJer myste ries the police had failed to solve The Russian Government has been stirred to action by pro tests on the Kishinef massacre and has moved to a vigorous prosecution Eight hundred arrests have been made and several hundred persons have been held for trial In an interview at Jackson Judge James Hargis declared that he had no intention of re signing from the Democratic State Central Committee He said he would attend the meeting at Frankfort Monday Several dismassala of high officials will mark the end of the postal Investigations In some of the cases mere connection with the old regime and not dis honesty will be given as the reason for the changes BrutallY Tortured IA case came to light that for persiteut and unmerciful torture has perhaps never been equaled Joe Golobick of Colusa Calif writes For 15 years I endured insufferable pain from Rheumatism and nobbing re lieved me though I tried ever thing known I came across Electric Bitters and its the forIthat trouble A law bottles of it completely relieved and cured me Just as good for Liver and Kidney troubles and general de bihtv Only 5jc Satisfaction guaranteed by C J Haydon dt uirgit Kentucky Fair Odes The dates for the vur ou airs are tixed as follows Riciiraond July 13 6 days Crab Ore ard July 224 Jays Georgetown July 21 5 days Cntliian1July 294 days Guthrie July 293 days Danville Aug 44days Vladisonville Aug 44 days Lexington Aug 106 days Fern Creek Aug 184 days Lay renceburg Aug 184 daysShepherdsville Aug 184 daysMaysville Aug 194 days Shelbyville Aug 255 days Springfield AuA 264days Bardstown Sept 15 days Nicholasyille Sept 4 days Elizabethtown Sept 84 days Bowling Green Sept 154 daysKentucky Stale Fair Owens boro Sept 216 days Henderson Sept 21 3 day ChamberlainIand Liver Tablets They invigorate the liver aid the digestion icgulate the bowels and prevent bilious attacks For sale by Uaydons drug tore for Belknap Returns from the Republican county conventions over the Saturday indicate that Morris B Beiknap wil go into the StateI convention with an vote exceeding the combined yotes of his opponents Augustus E Wilson and Clifton J Pratt theIinstructed votes and Mr Willson ris a close third In a large ma jority of the counties uninstructed delegr tions were elected Contests are reported from only two counties Jefferson and Frankliu The meetings gen erally speaking wereharmonious severalLcounties much ill feeling was aroused among the partisans of the respective candidates Instructions for the minor places on the State ticket were scatter log ron BLKNAP Washington Gointy Republicans so Instruct their Delegates The Republicans of Washington county met in mass conven tion on last Saturday afternoon andIconvention The meeting was called to order by Chairupan J L Wharton of the county committee who stated its object On motion Hun John W Lewis was unanimously electtd cha rmand and jMr G U Whaitpn secretary Mr Lewis made a stirring little speech urging harmony among the raiks and predicting in con fldent terms a sweeping Republi can victory in the State in November The Court House was well filled with Republicans from all over the county and everybody appeared enthusiastic A committee on resolutions was appointed composed of George Colvin C M McChord W F NeikirkJohn C Thompson and T J Miller While waiting for the committee to report Rev Ezra Sutherland addressed the conven ion in a few well chosen remarks on the pjlitical situation and expressed great enthusiasm over the chances for Republican successThe committee on resolutions after a few minutes deliberation reported a sot ot resolutions approving the cgll for the state convention and endorsing and instructing the delegates from here to cast Washington countys sixteen votes for Col Beiknap for governor and for Dr Ben SJ Bruner for Lieut Governor The resolutions also endorsed administrnttlonand to vote for any resolution that may be introduced at the State conyeution endorsing Roosevelt as the Republican standard berer in 1904 The fol owing delegates together with all other good Republicans who will at tend were named in the resolution John W Lewis W AJ Waters J Sleet Coyle Isaitr Prath r J B Hays T J Miller W F Neikirk John C Tbomp s n Byon Parks Harve Robertson W L Keeling George crogham J G Howell John i ulier C R Filia reau H C eden STATE tLucisFranK J Cheney makes oath tht be Is senior partner 01 the firm of F J Cheney Co doing business In tho City ot Toledo Vounlv and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of Ca tarrh that cannot be cared by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1886 AW GLEASON SEAL Notary Public Halls Cat rrb Cure is taken inter nally and acts directly en the blood and mucous surfaces of tbo system Send for testimonials free F J Oheney Co Toledo O Sold by druggists The Halls Family Pills are tbe best Tho Help Question Its the question of the hour Have you any help is heard all around The folks who are financially able lo refrain from labor are the ones who are hard at work says the Carlisle Mercury Thos who beg for food and fuel in the vinter season are nov enjoying their vacation doing nothing Paul says He 4liesBald Then its probably too late IfIyou only our vice you would have cured Hair Vigor the dandruff saved your hair and added much to it If not entirely bald now is your opportunity Improve it I haTe nied Ayera tfite Vigor for otsr43 ean1 am uow years old alld lisTs a besyy growth of rich brown hair 4ueIU11Dk Urell teAsers hair BBilluJenLr MM A Jicos bottle J CAYLowell MtAiIdrvgtatfor Good Hair i that does not work shall not eat A good rock pile for the petty lthieves and the vagrancy law for those who have no visible means of support would do much to clear the atmosphere An agreement not to assist or employ during the winter season those thelfwarmyear would solve the problem for all time If the white folks are to toil while negroes and white trash live by pilfering and idle ness the time is not far distant when the strong arm of the law will deal severely with the puy ferer and vagrant The white folks will not long furnish free ij boird to the negroes The question grows more serious as the days pass CAUTION This is not a gentle word but when you think how liable you are not to purchase the only remedy universally known aoda remedy that has had the largest sale of any medicine in the world since 1868 for the cure anl treatment of Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles vitbJ out losing its great popularity all these years you will be thankful we called your attention to Boschees German Syrup There are so many ordinary cough remedies made by druggists and others that are cheap and good for light colds perhaps but for severe Coughs Bronchitis Croupand especially for Con sumption where there is difficult expectoration and coughing during the nights and mornings there is npthing like German Syrup Tne 25 cent size has just been introduced this yoar Regular size 75 cents At all druggists C J Havdon i Cholera Mantoi This has long been regarded as e oftho mOAt dangerous and fatal dis eases to which infants are subject It can be cured however when properlv treated All that is necessary is to giye Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and castor oil as directed with each bottle and a cure iis Certain For sale by Hay dons drugstore Just AW Bedtime i take a Little Early RiserIt will cure i constipation biliousness and liver troubles De Witts Little Early Risers are different from other pill They do not gripe and break down the mucous membranes of the atom acb liver and bowels but cure by gentlv arousing the secretions and giving strength to these organs Sold by O J Havdon Engineers Removed A promraent citizen of Har rodsburp Wn was in Danvillf this week says th t while there he was told that C C Coffey the chief ergineer of construction for the St Louis division of the Southern railway had been there Tuesday for the purposeof removing the corDS of constructing engineers that had been llo cated there for the past eight weeks waiting for a clearance order from the right of way committee so that they could begiu work The committee of gentlemen who had this work in hand have done all in their power toward pushing the right ofway through but have met with stern opposition from Jhe land owners along the proposed linG and have been forced togo to the courts with several of the cases The committee has met determined opposition both in Mercer and Boyle ccunties to the extension There ts no telling pow when the corps of engineers will be returned by the road officials and just when work will be commenced is unknown to any one Harrodsburg Democrat I jhave practiced medicine for 36 lears and have consulted the leading physicians in thie country in regard to a remedy for Dyspepsia but have Sever been able to find anything that Would affect a sure until I used Kodol Dyspepsia Cure I have suffered with stomach trouble for years Could not eat anything but milk toast for months but since I usd Kodol I can eat anything and feel that my health iit better than it ever was In my life I cannot say enough for Kodol for it has saved my life and I know that it will cure any dee of Dyspopaia if taken as dlrested M D Settle Df Big HiU Ky A mi tI 9rThis tpturta 1 ass- jaxstive giOa Boone Colvln Married Mr DBoone Colvin and Miss Qarrie Milton Zilhart were married at the home of the brides orgeWnesday evening of last week at half past eight oclockjbyf Rev S 0 Humphreys The young couple will make their home with the brides parents fhr a time after which they intend to begin housekeeping The bride is a pretty young woman and popular wit nIt who know her Mr Colvin is a manYjfriendin Shelbpville two years ago Boone Colvin is a former Springfield boy Vcry Bnanaltle cure olDiarrlioeat About six yearn ago for the first time in my life I had a sudden and severe attack ofdiarrboea says Mrs Alice Miller of Morgan Texas I got temporary relief but It came back again and again and for six long years I have suffered more misery and agony than I can tell It was worse than death My husband spent hundreds of dollars for pbytdciaus pre scriptions and treatment without avail Finally we moved to Bosqne dayiChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy with a testimonial of a man who had been cured by t1 The case was so similar to my own that I concluded to try the remedy The result was wondeifnU I could hardly realize that I vas welt again or believe it could be so alter haying suffered so long bnt that one bottle of medicine costing but a few cents cured me For sale by Haydons drugstore No Pity Shown For years fate was after me continuously writes P A Gulledge Verbena AIrhI thad a terrible case of Piles causing 24 tumors When all failed Bucklens Arnica Salve cured me Equally good for Burns and all aches and pains Only 25c at C J Haydons drugstore For Sale On account of failing health Mrs J G Mansfield offers for sale her MillinerY business which jis a money maker Central 10 cation large established trade Also the store house with four room flat on second floor Here is an opportunity for a large prosperous business Stock nn hand is being rapidly sold at rdpced prices If not sold pri vately bef ro will be offered at public outcry at the Courthouse door on Saturday July 18 1903 at 2 oclock pm For Rent Room formerly occupied by Postoffice also room on next floor above Fire light and water furnished Inquire at Peoples Deposit Bankf F i Commissioners Safeti JHShehan Puff va Equity Nancy Shebair Deft arudgmenhndOrderof Olrc1lltCourttextheroofshall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky ON MONDAY JUIVYSTJMS beingpotiia Ilowing described property towit A tract of land near Mooresylile in WashIngioncounty Ky andbpunded thecenterCbaplinpikestone thence S 43i w S9 poles to a andi iIJ50 JouWakefields1Qne on the south east side of tfiextract of the Cumberland and Ohio 1 railroad not built thence N 67 E 3 poles to a stone on the North side of totheP thence with the middle lsmtl1SbO S 231 E 42 poles N 62 EN 504 E 331 poles and N cpntalnlng8iiFor the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute fromjdatethe force and effect of a Judgment complyprTgOS A MEDLEY M wCC For Sale About 2+ oclock McChord Robertson will offer for sale to the highest bidder at Court House door Saturday July 18th their warehouse also four snares stock of Gottnty Fair Co JtflT G Tha TonndationO01 IIeIIL Nou3lsbmeit is the fonndatioa of health liferstrength Kodol Dys pepsia Oureia the one great medicine that enable the stomach and digestive organs to digest slmiIateaad transform all foods into the kind of blood tliatjtonrisbet the nerves arid feeds the tjues Kodol lays the foundation for health Nature does the rest Indigestion DyspePsia and all disorders of the stomach lad di gestiye organs are cured by the ne ofJKodol Sold byC JHaydon CatarrH of the Stollaci overlodedwhen s to digest it decays and inflames this mucous membrneexpaJlingtbe nerves and causes the glands toxe crete mucin instead pt thenauiat juices of dlgcstton This ia called Catarrh of the Stomach 5oryearsl suffered with Catarrh of the Stomach causes by indigestion Doctors and medicines tailed to benefit me untilI used Kodol Pyapepsia Curcr J R RheaCoppeflTexas Sold by CIHaydon ttWeak and older peopje are more Of jess afflicted from inactivity oft kidneys With feebleness and ape he kidneys become sluggish a4 do not expel the impurities from the theysbould1orthls especially intended it assists flatare by restoring the kidneys to a healthy and active condition Sold by Wood Campbell a a l jJ GREATEST GfiMPM OFFER EVER MADE jPublishedjprice Slor 6 months The Weekly CourierJournal t 11 Published ev ry Wednesday morning regu Jar price 6 months 50c t UBOT11 PAPERS 6 MONTHS tl By mail and your home paper s I JThe ewLeader1j X ONE YEAR Nm Washington ONLY2oOi ITHREE PAPERS foi2OOiJRemembetall The1 campaign nowon in Kentucky will to jnltMi iing and excUirfg g Everybody who can read will Trait bo keep posted on what is doing + JSubscriptIons uncer this offr will be reeeivS4Il7 tduringJuneoJulyand August Address orders JMtii iing the full price 200 to The NEWS LEADttSPRINGFiELD KY j NEWS LEADER PUELISHED EVERY TUURSDAY SfA YEAR IN ADVANCE tt SPRINGFIELD KY 1E L DAVISON Jr EDzTunAD F1SUEfl L ocai or di1tnelf notice 10 cents per ach subscOTent Insertion v t TcUs oncandidates and politic l mutter toUtS per tine jpb work done at low rates bet ci sh 4iustft paid on delivery of goods AtVxertisInB contracts made on liberal lf11l Obltnarlei und resolutions of Aspect r s unis per lice A1fKOUNo cuty MagJ1lrntespi 250 County Officers 600 District Offices lr1JQ THURSDAY JULYiL lt03 M For Circuit Judge t We ire authorized to ahnouncetb haraeof r CHARLES PATTESON j t a candidate for the office of Circuit t Judge of this the Eleventh Judicial 4 Diatrict composed of the counties o Marion Taylor Green and Washing ton BObject to the Democratip primar I i Commonwealths Attorney ware authorized to announce ILL DURHAM of Green ccnnty is a candidate for th oftc8of Commonwealths Attorne i subject to the action of the Demo cratic party In this the Eleventl r Judicial district composed of ib counties of Washington Marion Taylor and Green v X Por Circuit Clerk t We are authorized to announce jj1dR PM CAMPBELL as a candidate for the office of Circuli Court Clerk of Washington count t November election If elected will br assited1n the office by RobrNoe J Xtr Jir j For State Senator Sv r Wo are authorized to announce HAR1YLAN ASTItRi 4 1oMatlon county as a candidate lot the office of State Senator from th 15th Senatorial district subject to the Uonor the Democratic part Preutnct conventions May 30th 1903 l 12 For Representative i We are authorized to announce Mr WILLIAM D CLAYDROOKB1- p 1 r ag a candidate for tho office of Representative in the lowei t C house of Kentucky Legislature from 1Washington county t r The Bepabliqaatconyention called to order in Louisville yes s 1ter41iat 2 oVlook Chairman Barnett of the State Central Committee called it to o der Maj W C Owens is tipped for temporary and ex Senator W J Deboe for permanent chairman t1di vBoth of these men are for Bel fknap although Owens is satisfac ori to f thee candidates Hon John W Yerkes will nrqb Ably be chairman of the Com mitte on Resolutions All cf 5 ithe candidate Lr the guberna- iitorial nottination express them selves as cocfldent of winning- S butfrom tie press reports the jindications are that Bul nap i ri witwin on the first ballot How ever the turn ofu single card- may change matters altogether J zti witi stch astute puliticians as exGoVi Bradley srtanng every effort to overcome the leadt ofXBelknap this card may bej turned This convention how iN cyer is broader and more iari tJi apDilisthe outcome of the contest def ppnds to a greatetntjtie it- iipublican leaders p in tIe State- Opv Eradey ih contesting to r S ihthe political supremacy l ti J I i4whjlJ3 was once his without fj cIenge but which of lute tSs4ms to huve bccnheld by John jpprkes mayffficGme at any morcent in epic of theft still iJfrli ph sciani to explain I Hiii cotdiiion at times Tt esday Awal sp fcFie that dissolJtimnt an minute would not have caused surprise Later his will 1 Yove seemed to overcome the denres IQn of age and disease lIinrse for a shorttiidaud ILS lived iouriTrinals TJic Democra ic State Central tkjnmitzee inyt Jin Iran fort Mtimtav and aside from set ing- teWraIr contest j appointed a cfmpiisn cotimitUe which willI irarawJidtely b gill arrangqmenis f9r the ming campaign The Strength I of the coffee you buy adds to Its value in thcrup Lion COffei conies to you fresh and of full strength alwayiirc sAled airtight packages Bulk coffees lose their strength deteriorate in flavor and also gather dirt Unttorml1 fehneu and tall strength to aWN Uon COUe It ii1 to be hoped that Senator Doewitl net go to sleep while presiding over the Republican Convention it jjs very probbl3 owaver that he will find it yeller than the U S enaQ The Repnbican conventioi s leU in Louisdllciaturday must ha e been as exciting iif not 5s scjentiBc as the Corbett Me o ern fight would have been CASTORIAI For Infants and Children the Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- Signatro of 9 nUSIDLEDEnS AND CLOVER SEED We are asked what relation the bumblebee sustains to the production of clover seed This bee Is the only one of his tribe which has a tongue long enough to reach Into the deep set pet flu of the clover bloom after Its sweets and thus fertilize the flower No clover seed could be grown in California or XQW Zealand until the bumblebee was Introduced into those countries The further Inquiry Is made as to why this bee does not as n usual thing fertilize the bloSsoms on the first or June crop of clover this crop rarely containing any seed We think that this may be explained by the fact that but few of the bees survive the winter their little winter store of honey often being de strayed by vermin and not until the new swarms appear are they In suffi cient number to properly cover a clover Held STTSIMKU SIGNS Tliero bad been a snowstorm and some hard frosts and a lot of discour aging weather the last of April True tIle robius were nesting and the groin fields were greening up and the cows were out to jmiss but the leaf buds and the fruit bloom were waiting lull waiting for the mercury to touch W before they would get down to bus ness May 2 we wokJ to hear the song of a red breasted grosbeak and tbo aria of a brown thrush In the top of aii ella tree and then we heard the shrill chirp of the marthi and the twitter of a brown wren in the peak lof the louse and that evening beard the chirrrof a tree toad and knew that summer was right at hand cud June roses1 skeeters commence ment picnics and the iceman close at Laud ifinAL nEW AIU3S The man who works the soil Who la brought into daily touch with nature is always having revealed to him new mysteries and new beauties and won ders tho while he works Just as tL student of the Eible or Shakespeare Is constantly rewarded with bidden treasures of literary beauty We slm ccrcly pity tbe man who working tte soil as n business can never see any thing but the dollars In the harvest When one wants to know and learn Nature li n most kindly teacher She speaks a varied language and none does she try to teach so patiently cud well as him who lives the nearest to ber heart liar textbooks are object lessons crop failures her punishments abundant harvests her certificates of graduatoaa 50Ihired acre It corn hell will cost about 31 to produce a thirty monthold steer weighing 13C pounds und the breed of the animal will deter mine whether there will be any profit In htj production If he a scrub and brings 4 per hundredweight be will be raised at n loss If a high grade Short horn Doddle or Wbltcface and 0 there will be a profit About brIngsI losses and profits associated with beef production are connected with this proposition and the worst of It Is that there are so many men who will not believe It until they have tried It 0slow liE MADE isis WAY We came across a young man Jwen tyfive years of age tbe other day wose story is worth telling Ilo was a Swede and en mo to this country only seven years no with no moiify or friends and only a limited education such us lie could get in the common schools of his native country Upon arriving in Chicago bt secured employ ment with a big manufacturing con ecru ns n conrnon laborer When we met him the other day he was lilllua the Important position of a t raoUnIsuperintendent for the drawing a salary of 1500 a year and his espouses How did he do It Well the presumption1 is that he attended strictly to his employers business did Vis level best and made himself indis pensable to them Thats the way in which tile boys climb up We know another young fellow who had far bet Jer advantages who iu seven years bis Isarncd nothing but how to play pool and poker and Is not worth shucks and never will be You can take your choice 1 oHIWhen a soil becomes deficient In hu inns It will become sticky In a wet drytlmtermed good tilth mellow workable plnntfoodcrop The roots of the grasses restore thIS humus so will tbe decaying leaves Of fjs Uthe land is planted with timber or green crops may be plowed under or the lend well fertilized wlili slable manure Clover does a One Work in this line and if a JoQd growth off clover Is plowed Under It will be one of tbe cheapest and very best ways of hUmuslnthasaIl w C G ohW t iw hiWi c iWi ffJSUliIz r t uWjj1iiliJzv30j dii News Fr8iJ Te Gotuilfya ft I t 1 1 = e Happenings Among the County People 3 lp as Reported by our Cosiresplndents i f11nn1nnnrtOT clIUl rrrr rn erc rJftna n MclNTIRE SepMr Sam Nan sold to W P Hays of Bloomfi lld an aged jack for ih450 former also bought of Thus Kulwell a young jack Price unknown Corbett Bros bought of Bud Badge t a ycurg horse for 125 Richard tBlanford bought a young horse of John tleriry Walker Price unknon All the teachers around who are expecting to teach in ibisi couny attended ihe Institute last week Mrs Corbett and Mrs McTn tyre wh have been 0 tho sick list are improving slowly rr1he banns of m triraonv wer published fcr the second tim at St Rose c urea last un1y be ten Mr T E BalUrd of this place and Miss S A iu Auberry of Prodericksto n Mr Chas Thompson and daughter Miss Mmy of Luis yule isited relatives near hero last week Mr and Mrs Geo Thompson of Louisville came up the 4th to visit Ihe latters mother Mrs Rose Cecil Mrs Joseph Job nscn of Louis yule visited her fathers family last wocjf and is now ysitiig her uncle Robert Hill tear Leba nonMiss Etta Hill began school in Marion county last week Miss Crrie Smith returned home from Louisville last week Miss Estelle Ballard and little sister Alma visited atMfi Hillary Mclntires lost Saturday and Sunday Ilillsboro Miss Ethel Settles who has beer very sick for several days is repotted to be no better at this writing Jolmio Settles called on his heat girl in the Willisburg community Sunday evening Ve think hewill son bring his trips to a close IMiss Minnie Mattingly has re turned h me after an exten led visit to relatives in Illinois Marshall Keeling and family are visiting relatives at Fairriev this week F M Shewmaker sold a num ber of fat hogs to Yail ey Co for 5Jc per b F M Shewmuker W P1rritt and Hon G A Dohoney appraised the proper y Mo day of Mrs Nnnie B her deceased and arrangerl fort e propert io be dspospd ofat pihl c auc ton in the n ar future The drought here was broken CropIbatirday evening by one of the of all kinds were suffering greatly from the hot and dy weather of he past week but nov they look very much revived If th season continues we wll make fairly a goof corn and tobaco crop Our Moore ivllle TroLher took ocasiou to rattler criticise t e rural free de ivory Because the cJp11lielThat d y so prtcijU3 in history has always found an oasis in the memory of all patriotic ciiizpruJ and the RiF D depart mntt should not be c iticised because it gives the carriers the right toad in celebrating iht memora biptday His argument that tho farmer would have t do without t ratllPrlslimforgotten that 111 f ini era 110I did not live el se to hocffi e seldom got ii er wait but unco a weec andsomtme only lIc ever two weeks before the R F D came into use Tre fre doilivery is Ue eieaitet lator that Uncle San has ever shown the country people forit brings vs in daily communication v iti the business transactions of the w rid Our Brother must hive a job that is not very poulatIsince the R I11D c me into use se1f1nndveraence of the reople co co o Our neighbor T J Prather is jbdng strongly urged by his many friends in roth pinies to make hc race for Representative Mr Rrathar Ins not yet express itihis closest friends lobisperedIO adcept tho nom in3 not know what the party may do but wa feel sure that they may hunt the comity findIaplace AVe are told that another protracted meetngis aimnstat land in 01 r community and now iiff part of the members will uim ofIf happyibalanceTheir is a g neral conlplaini of worms payins havoc with the foliage of all kind but more especially apple trees They are a black worm from one to two inches in length They are said lwIlandScan be readily sen on all kinds of trees and are sotteimcs sus ended iu the air by cobwebsI The bachelors and widowers in this community say that tthey croakIpgling of the wbipporwill uutil they have bfecme vi ry monoto lUaus ted tis strargo the fair maids will nut harken unto iheit ep real Perhaps if they would pu on their glasses atd tako a look in the mirror fiev would knpw the reason why LILAC a GarIrihis Greek The nice rain that fell SaRi day did much god to the cor trOp and ajdens and put a pleasant look on every lace Arthur Carrco sold to Dimon Carrico a horse for75 MlissFflh Smith of Fredericks town attended the teachers insti tlte at Lebanon last week Misses Laura and Lulie Wheat ley entertained sonic of their friends last Weducsd iy evening in a pleasant way Tne social was given in honor of Miss Httie IJlanford Mr Aqurllu Blantord vif and cnildren of Lobiiiville came up Saurdiy for a thee WCOiS with tieir patents an i ida ics ofilils place iI Miss Lillie Oilues icturned home last feuuday from Loui ville where she bon viaj ling irr bro hoi lITomI Simms one cow lor 10I peopeI andsislellIfamily JI To man or v oniai1 tn the state will hesitate to speak well of Llianiboi Iains Stomach and Liver Tablet a tr- OtLC tryiiiff theta They alpays pro dco a picas nt inoveiucft of tI boveN improve the appetite an lreiijthen the digestion Krsaleb farJcnij drurtore PDMWICK Miss Let Barker sj out lattti week with loi aunt lr i Ed lljf at VhtcK vlo Mrs T J Xally ofr Bardstown is biting her a ugltJer Mrs J Alex nihof this pi nee Mr J N Call and wifef were jin iJlisJlTciulld1Y Miis Annie I ogsdoa spent lst ecc with hor cousii 1iss Miss Pearl IFonwiclt Miss Jamie e jlei ald bro her Frank pent Saturday uid Sunday at Hillsboro- Elnior Arderson was in Winchester iust week to see his bestt girl Mrs W T McCnrty cn Jchlldn u of Louisvilfo are visit ing her parents at this pluee Mr Rbe t Shewtmrker and wife were in VVillisbarg Sunday Relieves Instantly and Cures Quickly iCOLDS IN THE HEAD SORE THROAT CROUP FROST BITES SORE CHEST SWELLINGS end INFLAMMATIONS Prevents Pneumonia and Pleurisy IT SOOTHES IT HEALS IT CURES 5aOc1oonoTTLrs TALXoooD-DnuaoxsiWWWvVuWWyVyWW1wI 1WILcItOJ LJHyaun j 1S Str i y 1Wio l rc GREAT FRUIT DispY r Plans For Kentuckys Exhibit IAreWeU Under Way SHIPMENTS WIJL BE MADE DAILY r AUiKinds of Fruits III Glass mid liom- Cold Stprage JZvcry Count Aslcrdto Send at Least One flureiofltsileatAjpIeu- Kcntuckys fruit display at tho byfany other state in jhe Union if the fruit growers of Kentucky follow the directions o f Mr M F Johnson CdmUIe Kentucky Ijbrtlcultural Society tIs ore of the bestknown men connected with the fruit growing industry in thState His ability i along this line is xeco3 nlzcd by aland his energy iig the wonder cf many Mr Johnson not allowing any pushring the work of his department iJEarly in the year he appointed a sjpecial committee covering the fruit giftwing section of the State and to theinesn hers thcrrof gave specific instructions as to the collection of speclmetta forte Horticultural Exhibit fromVKen tucky at tie Exposition It is Mr Johnsons purpose to be ready at the opening of the Fair with fruits In glass end from cold storage and to supplement this daily with fresh fruit shipped from different parts ot Ken tucky to him in the Horticulture building therhearty cooperation of a number of vellknowa fruit growers In preserv- Ing in glas the different berries He is now calling on men identlfle with the Exhibit Association every coun ty in the State for apples and pears especially to be placed in cold stor age until the first of next May In his circular letter on this subject Mr Johnson cays fountyIn1little fruit yet they have great pos- Eibilities ia that line Show samples of your bet induce fruit growers to come to counties and locate Fruit growers arfe of necessity permanent ctlzens anJ taxpayers for thy must own their homes When they transform your worn lands and your forests into orchards the value of he real estate is enhanced immeasurably All that Is needel is two or three willing workers in very county nndevery county wilt be represented The work will not be great and the knowledge theIgreatest s ever known will repay you for phi your trouble Any county can seijid in at least one barrel and otherl shoull contribute several barrels The shocr continues for six months and these applfs and pearS also are wanted Ifor cnld stiprase purpose so rs to have a continuous display throughout tho entiie time We must have theso from the crop of this year as nejct years crop will not mature In time Put only fruit ripening at tte same timo in tile same package We cajinot keep successfully fruit that ripens earlier than tht Maiden lwepIt size abapf color and condition Wrap each specimen in paper separately avoid bruising pack them in barrels orIvariety the name of tho grdwcr and tJdrcss If more than one variety is plaelimper markIof bonqjr will te 1pubHshed at the end of the show giv whoIiasIbuilt so perfectly in sjijt a tlmo the reason given was Tire peope had a mInd to Cork So now If the iJecplo have a mind t work we will tistonish the world at SL Louis with our fruit display IIMr Johnson has asked all to whom ho sent circulars to notify him at once that they wlii collect he fruit for their county Upon receipt of such notification he will Issue full instruc absolutelTnecessary rect to St Louis this Fall for coldIstorage from which plant It withdrawn In such quantities and attsuch time as needed Mr Johnson has In mind numsrous nttrattlvc designs for best dh playing Kentucky fruit and all citizens of the State who visit the Fair vtjll como pTay vHh n pleasant recollection of Kentuckys Horti nitural E lbHIKentucky Conspicurus KontucVy tj lp CTorywjhcre at tboIltrnt ctntlrn to erect a hantlsoipo State buiiulns ami dsplays are to Lc made In nil t vexhiilt palaces whiij the ex pnsilrn avtljorltljst tlrcislycs are turning tb tu State for tIhclr decora tier TI p lnd5cpe Dearttncrt hasI jjust laMilOCOJ acare yards cf grass rv3 In tIe main r cttrc cf lueI isltorslwtterranc3 cl se to tbe la nlnr re celviig the jdL TLC upper qurfico Is seeilel rnlesa aero tau 800 cow can be scrcdsl- t support n creamoryIt Is till foclinci5 to put uors tuna Jpi5000 lu ton irroriniory to care for tIiislr prod actt If ntjl tho isonry v6rso tltah wast cd thtoeept the couaiiy on inucccs srrj ctaery plants end oui ts could bo hmricil In a pj It vvouhlijistonlsb tbietivai tWe ttdor gin conimnnlty where the Introduction cf n reg strd Short horn bnll Old th3 psople more lasting ccod thaat t Id the work of n iivvellnff evangelist A3 soon na the people be tIn to raise tetter stock they btiyt bet ter houses toot more papers and sing azlncs raiscdAhe wages of the school teacher started n Sunday scflpoj set OUt trees and paid their debts i5 r JII I I To Cure a Cold in One DayW oTake Laxative Bromo Quinine T kts Seven Mffion iozes soM fa pest 12 moas nil sigMtwe 4 iijjliib Ii iililhti tJli ilii liwijIili iliiliiliW iIi SAi1 i The FarmersoSSSupply HoRsep s III II f10I jjd 0F 2 Ij- i1 v THOMPSON ft GREEN Jf 7 ff k1G t4i r 1i f t lJ tSSStIsfdto t get your Supply of ff IiiFIELD SEEDSj fvr i Of all kinds Agents for OLD HICKORY WAGONSand i f fortlie0I ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCE IOiii line of buggies for the Spring Traje Th beginJjngt6 arjive and is more elaborate tnnn ever H COAL in any Quantity at Lowest Prices i = REENi f l i r fOO t t O t qM tmmmm E BiliousIDizzy Headache Pain back of your eyes Its your liver Use Ayers Pills Gently laxative all vegetable Sold for 60 years fciESSS Want your moustache or beard beautiful brown or rich black Use ItRUCKING HAMS DYE LrrncmASEISEOF1ThMOR ASEISEOF1ThMORir LIFE vEET TO THE END One reed Not Bo a Youngster In 3Icro Ycnra to Hac and Enjoy Fan tae May lie Mad ns Green cs Jolly LLaIls Guy an GlKSliajj Voiitli Take your fun while you may youll never be young but once Is n popular fallacy It presupposes two things tbat tbe young because of youth must have fun and that ns soon is it is passed the capacity for enjoy tug it over Syuie never grow old and someere- II1vcr young Age lies In the Individu Is net a question of dates a person ceases to be able to ulgglo at every remark to bubble over with gleefulness at the slightest pray ccatlun is no criterion that real mirth fulness has tied The delicate sense of Lmnor that may take the place of this showy buoyancy Is far mdre to be prizedA of humor Is a potent factor hi keeping life sweet to tbe end A greets and Jolly old age is as Jolly ns a gay youth A sens of humor can be cultivated and It should be ns rsslduously ns for bearance kindness or any of the car diiial virtues With the slipping r way of youth de spair assorts itself only when It Is thought Joy and mirth must lice also Are we sure that youth is so posl lively bnppy as it is supposed to be Is there not a restlessness an uncertaIn ty in thee steps of n young girl that rouses anxiety to be mingled with ev cy move She Is full of theories is imbued with ideals but bow to obtain the desired cuds Is a mooted question She can nover be as securely happy ax unmnrrledisurely ruth Unows how tu get what she wants or at least knows what she wants to get There Is a restless look ing forward fcr pleasures each day an mibuppy llIisg of time before some promised Joy arrives In the young that nil who have passed It can lpainfully remember Oiris are so Iribrcd by the thoughtless with the ItJva that nil Joy ceases otIfarewell to this epbftneral period lItlie do they realize how the study of alt life the enlarged power to feel to see pricelessIlIllre Is something pitiful In watch youthVieafraid to loosen their hold on one diy or one pleasure to fulfill an act of sins Ole duty There is n not unfamiliar story of a young girl Iu a ballroom who was stop lied as she walked about the floor on the arm of one of her partners by an old family friend who Inquired with Interest for her mother My dear Im glad t saw you ho repeated IIows your mother reply Site wily clung to the arm 1Ko hlc11 sbc leaned and was hasten lug by when the old gentleman seeing her fear lest her escort sbould slip away laid his hand on the young mans coat collar My dear Ill bold him be end Iwinkllug hIs eye wickedly Hows your mother lie was not a very nice old gentle unu perhaps but that lie got a full share of fun out of life none could doubt and the attitude of the young KM holding rust to her prize test he should csttipe is exactly the attitude of youth that looks to tie xarly days for all Its attunes of joy- was In group of young unman tied woinn ome nearing thirty oth ers who had just overstepped this ant ical date They wore expressing In iiraphk langringu their sensitiveness about their age have in ken some pains to hunt up statistics bout the attractIOns end ae cowulisjincnt3 9 women who wr 5c I few F Longfellow could take aworthless sheet of J V paper write auem ohjt and make if worth 5000 Thats Genius J P Morgan pan write a few w rdsori apiece of paper and make it worth 1000000 Thats Capita A mechanic can takea pound of steel and work it into watch spnngs and make it worth 800 v ThatskiIf We can write a cheek for roodooo and it would not bwort1ia dime r ThatStTough Your wife can buy a cloak worth Stet but prefers one that costs 50 Thats Natural There youthatt r That aall We have a good stock of al kinds of build ing material that we are wiliirig to exchange lor either Free Silver or Gold at a reason 1 ableprofit Thats Common Lumber CO past tms age wilds I commena tb their perusal In the first place novel ists are taking women between thirty and forty for their heroines It Is th woman who dates to have thoughts Iud has cultivated herself to the point of expressing them who commands friends and lovers who are wortfiT while Helen of Troy was over forty when she perpetrated the mostfamous elope ment on record and nath siege of Troy lasted twenty years she could not have been juvenile when3the iii fortune of Purls restored her to her husband who It Is said received her with love nnd gratitude Cleopatra was past thirty when An tony fell underHcr spall and her fas I dilations for him hail not lessened when she dld ten years later Pericles wl ddcdA9pasll1 at the age s of tbirtysli nail she wielded nndls puted Influencu over men for thirty rears afterward Llvla was thirtythree when she won the love of Augustus over whom shetmaintained her ascendency tolls last Louis X1Vwitdded Mine Mnlntenon when she was fortythroe years of age Ninon n celebrated bemity und witsof bpr day In Frnuce captIvated the useIt There are women ready to die of senile debility nt forty anti women who Ilirt begin to taste the full iereeIoufdf wouiaubocds a b tItage luust be full of mortification if the gbosut of wickedly spent time haunt the iniiulgusau W Cell ii Terra aUuuteyToPhilanthropy and business are b rather curiously related In the minds of some people as the LewIston Jour timufanner lie lived nt Cape Elizabeth anti when he went to Portland be in variably favored certaIn friends with eauiplea of isis produce Pdrhaps it only hnppened BObut anyway these friends were always well tto dopnd Mr Lufkin never un hitched the old horse to drive home At without finding tucked away in the wagon something in return fully as rnluable as his tribute of If not more so cttubJerJJThe uclsbboni noticed ways left Ills little remembrances with people who were well fixed So oneVI day when eggs were away up in price and he was starting to town with a lot of fresh ones for n certain friend some onftssld to him curiously j Why dont you give those eggs teIsom poor family Qbo eald JIr Lnfkln easily foot people caiit nfford to eat egya at thIs time rf yearV Eszs ta tlahl In the tlmbe pd sections of north Texas wet noticed not long since men girdling sections of tine native forest and planting cotton on the ground so treated The old fashioned rail fence fs also much used there and we saw a1IloSSj l ter t Fot5yo 4en- seSprfeM Blue Grass Nurseries Fruitand Ornament altrees grape vines small fruit abparaius rh ubarh and every thingfoi orchard lawn and garden- S trawberry and gen eral catalogues oh request HF HlLLEHMEYER SO K texlRjty WANTED We would like to ask through the columns of your per if there is any person who has used Greens August Flower fur the cure of IadigesiibB Dypep in bed Lver Tioubles thaU bus DolL been cured and we also mean their usults such as sour stomach fermeatatto of food habitual = costweaess nervous dyspepsia headaches espoa de at feelings sleeplessnessria acl any trouble connected with he stomach or liver This medicine has been sols for many years in all civilised countries nd we wish ip Correspond wfth ou and send yosr one of our oks free of cosC If yOu ne er tried August FfoEi-e 25 t bottle first We fiayeievcr knovm of its falling If so something more serious Is the matter with you The 25 cent size iasjcSt been Introitid- istbi year Regular size 75 cents alt drupRist G G Gretw Woodbury N JCJBs- yoeDeWIIt t eW it f w TJIDeWllt tW WitehH eJ MMIiu =aisiiss WIttgWI- fa cfer PtJea Plllllli SALVExwAkzD It- ldCo i RrJIJ BURTON D4rDTITrlor 4ii EXTACTED 41ouLIN3igar Block up staiN iI 1UNGPIEED KYUIt AU Dental Work Strictl t ib ruairst 14 7 0 J H LAMPTON j kOI1OEbc-Lp H Optra House j 7- f DkrS J SMOOLi j of 1 1 j SPKINGF1ELD Et j pFFICEt Dr Rineharts for f1 aer offices over Peoples Deposit iJaolc Office hours 12 to 2 pm 3 Uw F GRiaSB a Ji J r 1iATLAWSiover Peoples Bank I1sPRINOFIELD KY- ELEPHANTS IN BURMA f tj3I Srta1ioeties Work w41tR Isssedat Oyer1ght V I1rn the animal ginerrfjly used la tlumberlBg operations Is theele elephantIstldffrolilem always a vexatious oneI In lumbering operations be does more than that The stolid and slowjmovtng ox can haul a load from one place to another but the load hatf to lie made ready for him lIn the first place antI f after It has arrived at its destiiintlpn It t elepbantt NotIsome Instances nta word from his driver he picks up a timber carries It to the designate point and then not only deposits it where it b longs but does so with precision and comparative ease accomplishing result almost InJ f possible by hand labor and with less oxperidlture of time than would be re qulr d by n steam ciane In most cases an elephant driver or mahout is required lor each elephant but human labor Is so cheap as not toJJ I beafqctoria the expense The ele pliant furnishes the tabor which is paid for and the driver Is looked upon rs a necessary though not altogether do sirnble concomitant as the native helper Is not so much o be relied upon as his big charge Opium and theI strong brcwi of native rootsJwork on human frailty but the elephant hasp no Desire for these In many bIg lumber lug operations the elephants nrcsccmItngly told what they are to do ib the 4uornlng and ln some degree left to carry on the work ngthe day ac cording to their own devices Very re markable tire the stories told of their sagacity One of these stories vouched for as true concerns lumbering and tells of an elephant that was about toIpick upn log just as the great gong whlcK signaled the close of the days work was sounded To the surprise of the mahout the log only a little larger thnotbemwblchhnd been nrrIedI proved too heavy for the elephant to elephanttwas requisitioned but the two together failed to make any headway with theIheavy tImber and the attempt was given up In the moratngtlefirst cia phiant went immediately to the timber rt lifted It with apparent ease and car red1ttO tlrequired resting place Foresfayand Irrigation FRUITS AND FLOWERS Most kinds of fruit trees thrive best InrolJlngliuids If mildew appear on the rosebushes dust with sulphur The garden must be mellow rich aria kept clean This is the inside secret of successfulgardening An application of hard wood ashes wIll Supply the soil Vlth the potash so necessary In growing small fruits Bone weall Is Jin excellent garden fertilizer but it does not give immedl ate s lts ueJ41 Vec1Wlth cItL The longer an orchard Is kept In cultivation nnd n crop taken off the grentJ er becomes the necessity of liberal ma During The greater portion of Ihe roots of th grapevine grows uearithe surtnceI For this reason the cultivation should beshallo In the garden especially one of the drawbacks to the germination of seeds is quit they are often covered with tooI much earth when planted Usually the smaller the seed the less covering 4Ii required A Self Denying Offerlmr Some young girls were giving a randcvllle performance for a local charity A young man who thought himself facetious tossed upon the stage after one of the turns a bouquet p whose chief ingredient was a head of cabbage The girl Who recelVed this offering of appreciation read the card that accompanied It and advanced p the lobtlights It gives me great pleasure she said to know that Mr Edward Mor grin has enjoyed my performance I d ItbotInecrthat Mr Morgan would so far lose his tngellewYork The old orchard which has grown 11gnarly and unproductive may be reno rated by removing all dead and decay lag growth from the trees deeply plowing and continual cultivation of tbcTrfbund for two years and an appll catlonofrorty loads of good barnyard fertiliser tpoaeb acre J1ffrITINUE fleshandtreatMeritLS tts EmuLsion trMtMent1ftmt co8 wllk with Itwill with any objection iirhOittgf heated pro 8eMOn ono1eICOTI 4s4s PssrI Strst New yen oadgoo all druglizs ff1 WNTi r i ii TiW wWWW i Wu Local Happenings Interest The Freshest and vLa test I f About Yourself Friends- andAcquaintancesfjfjAI Al p v Try Gold Medal flout for sale by C W Hagan Iancy groceries of all kinds for sale by CW Hagan Buy your Jruit jars aDd your sugar from Joseph A Shader If you want a good oil stove McElroy Shullz havje them Remember Col R E Whiwnes street sales al Mackville Satur das Go to CW Hagan fur your sugar Buy now for it is sure to go higher Pre soda water not milk diluted served whh shaved ice at Joseph A Shaders Nicefat hens eggs and choice frying chickens always on hand 1Eou1t Yl0 s 1 i1V s A new supply iof bats bans masks mits and gloves very low at Joseph A Shad rs FOR S3ALE About squares of secorici b rid tin shingles Apply to McElroy Shultz Country baconof all kind wanted Cash ifpreferredC Fruit jar season is here Now dont forget that C W Hagan has a large stock for pale cheap WANTEDChickens eggs and all kinds of produce Highest cash price paid A B GADBERRY WAITED Country bacon hams at best market price for cash or goods also chickens eggs and butter Joseph A Sha der Tuesday night Miss Mary Ulaybrooke McElroy entertained In honor of Miss Kathleen Moore of Sherman Texas Nearly nil of the younger set was in attendance to enjoy the hospitality ifor which the McElroys are noted Miss Mary was assisted in entertaining by Misses Annie Mcfhofd and Lydia McElroy and Mesrs Clelland Cunning ham and O Fetter Wharton Sprngfield and Lebanon play ed another ore of their closely contested games Tuesday after noor Springfield as usual win ning The score was 13 to 12 From the score itian e see- ntTh1iigging waTh cnim feature of ihe game To tthose who wish to spe the ball hit hard and ften these gam s ae verv i teresting but to the true lover of tthe sport a dozen scores to the side is something of a bugbear There are quite a large num ber of delegates in attendance upon the District Conference and Sunday School convention which is in session at Johnsons Chapel The sessions promise to be quite interesting and will last until Sunday at which time ther will be sryices throughout the day Prominent among those who are in attendance Rev G B Walker D D Rev G 0 Clement A B of Louis vlle Rev Wm Snowden D D t of Louisville late of Washington City Prof WJ Campbell State Superintendent Sundav Schools and Mrs A C Tucker Matron Livingston College Salisbury N C Sir Barnes Lanharawhp lives out the other side of Pleasant Run had rather a startling expe rience on last Saturday night after the heayy rain Mr Lan ham had been to Springfield and started home late in the evening in his buggy alone The hors jogged along at such an easy and comfortable gait that Mr Lanham made himself easy and ass qn sound f sleep The next thing ho new he was having a very vivid dream of floods and high water and imagined himseif struggling knee deep against a torrent in the Mississippi valley At about this lime he awoke to find that he was really knee deepin a flood but the water was of thai1innocent little stream known as Pleasant Run Mr Lan iuns horse had ollowe the road and coming to the ford had plunged bodly into the i qw swollen stream with the buggy and its unconscious occupar t The water was over the horses serenelyfloating the horse and driver the vehicle was brought saeJyto shorts without any serious damage but f TOPICS i u lC Mr Lanham declares hi will be carefal in the future tow he takes his naps New Milifapv Company- A movement is on foot to or ganize a local military company to join the Kentucky State Guards A petition bearing the names of 41 young men who de sire to join the company has been forwarded to Gov Bckham and Adjutant General Murray andass favorable rep rt has been heard from the petition the chances are good tbat the com pany will be mustered in It is the desire of the majority of the members to be musterd Into the Second Regiment The boys are anxious to be mutered iuand to have their equipment in time to j ptWestlatter part of this month As soon as the mustering in of the company is an assured fact the members will proceed to the election of their own officers It is thought that as many as 60 men can be got together for the enlistment v Notice Eggs lie spring chickens 12c hens 8c this week at Poultry House M H JONES Las t Notice The taxpayers of Springfield Graded School District are notified unless their school tax is paid before the 24th day of July the same will be collected by levy and sale G C WHARTON Treas FERSONAL Chas Greene is in Louisville on business H P M Chord was in Leba non Tuesday A H McUhord returned Mon day from Mariinsville Ind Mrs W T McElroy will en tertain at Flinch tomorrow after noon Miss Julia Mattingly of Leba non is visiting Miss Margaret Simms I roiDectj friendsiDr Charles Patteponof Camp beilsville spent Sunday at this place Miss Margaret Lea himn has invitatfoiia 0t lox awn party Friday Miss Nannie Ray Thurman of Lebdno wa here ihe fist of th j week Tm Hardtsty and family have been visiting his fathers amily inar Cnaplio Mrs Ben Lancaster of Leba non attended Mrs Robertsons euchre here ruesday relISpringsIMrs A H McChord and Miss Laura McChjrd visited rela tives in Lebanon Monday Miss Angela Mudd of Chicago was a guest at the home of G L Haydon the first of the welr Mr P S McCabe wife and daughter are visiting at the home of Mr J J McCabe Miss Mattie Lee Nan Natta and sister of Shelbyville are at the M H Jones home this week Mr Oliver Croake and wife of Croakesville visited Mr and Mr Byron Croake yesterday Mrs Kate Kuhn and family of Nashville Tenn are visiting Mrs Frank Wall of this place Mrs William Curry of Louts villa is a guest of her hter Mrs S B Thompson at The Walton Mr A C McElroy and Miss Bettie I vine left Tuesday for a Visit to relatives in Kansas City tv ISS Mary Browne spent Sat urday and Sunday last in Bards town the guest of tiss Daugherty Miss Lotta Scott pf Danville after a pleasant visit to Miss Margaret Gadberry hasreturned tome Mrs James Durrett of Bloomfield was a visitor at the lay brook homo lhe first of the week Misses Rose and Josephine J erry ol Louisville have joined the house party at Walker Heights Mrs George D Robertson en tertameJ the euchre club Mon HH noe- DDENTISTOFFICE RIXEHAHT Bcrvu Pwmanently located SPRINGFIELD KY day afternoon Miss Katie Cain captured the first prize Misses Florence and Helen Price two charming young ladies of Looisvilo are visiting Miss Alice McElroy of this place Misses Elsie Dand ridge of Frankfort and Mary Katharine Lemon of Louisville are visitipg Miss Margaret Grnndy McChord The members of the Sunday School of the Christian church went on a picnic Tuesda at Frederickstown All report a pleasant time IHon John W Lewis E L Davison Jr G C Wharon W A W ater and John Howell are attending the Republics con vention in Louisville Dr William L Dunn of Ashe yule N C is here foi a short visit to the Mansfield home Mrs Dunn who has been here for several wseks will return home with him Miss Rice Thurman who has had charge of a school at Mur freesboro Tenn for several months is here oc a visit to her brothers family She is accompanied by her neice tthe little daughter of Mr and Mr T R Wright ot West Point Ky Last Tuesday evenjng Miss Lucy Selecman enteijtained ai party of friends at dinner at the Selecman home Those present were Misses Laura McChord Jennie Claybrooke and Willie Mayes and Messrs W D Clay brcoke W H Wharton Paul South J C Greene and G C Wood Ray and Mrs S J Cannon who were married at the heme of the brides parents in Louis ville last Thursday came in on the evening train Thursday and went immediately to the parson age where a supper and a welcome had been prepared for tin m by some of the ladies of congregationMr of the local insurance firm has gone to Mil waukee to attend the insurance agents convention All insur ance agents who have a record for writing as much as 10000 worth of insurance for the tirst ix months of this year are given the trip at the expense of the company and r laste son comes under that head Mrs Maude Hughes of Bloom field is spending several veelcs at he H tel Wun where she has been very hospitably entertaining s me of tier Spriogb ld fritTlfct Monda Site entertuinerj Misses LiBrc Lei im fftTo Browne at dinner Wednesday M esd a uie L Wharton We T McElroy A H McChord and 1 L Janes On Friday she will entertain Mesdames Wakefiel Durrett Grundy McMakin Wick ham Allen and Offutt of Bloomfield FARM MOTHERS FIFTY YEARS AGO Looking back fifty years It would Eeorii that the mother on the farm In those days must have had a hard row to hoe She usually had a large fani Ily and she not only had to make the clothing for the family hut spin the yarn and weave the cloth out of which it was made She hind to look after the sugar making the hog killing III the care of the meat the soap making had to bake in a brick oven and cook at an open fireplace and the good Lord only knows what she did not have to do besides But it must he reo incmbcred that she belonged to no wo mans club lid not bother with fashion magazines put herchildren to work as soon as Lucy were wen nod made no angels food or frtippe lId was happily rid of nearly all tin hiV burdens which women In these dnysiplace upon themselves at the dictate Istle and fashion She usually llveff to n good old age a good mother nod a splendid type of womanhood Today the farm mother buys her family clothing largely ready made she runs a sewing ma chine cooks on a stocl range gets all the meat from the butchers makes nei ther soap nor sugar and does not have as many children to careS for and for all that la quite likely to be an Invalid anti under the doctors care at fifty POTATO POWERS AXD LIGHT The Insignificant potato bids fair to become for Germany what the corn plant Is to America a creator tjf great national wealth The tuber thrives remark bly well In that country and the annual production Is very large Here tofore Its uses aside from its edible value have been confined to the production of starch glucose sirup potato flour dextrin and starch sugar The two recent inventions of the Welsbach burner and the gas engine strange as it may seem have opened up new uses for the pcjtato In the shape of potato nlcohol which can be produced in un limited quantities to sell at retail at about 17 cents per gallon This alcohol used In a lamp with a mantle produces a wonderfully brilliant light rivaling the electric arc light in Intensity while used in the gas engine it affords a very cheap motive power The brightest minds In tIn empire are engaged in developing this thing which bids fair to make a great nation Independent of both coal and petroleum rw I T iitiibtiritiftiftttitfi lI I ijiOi ili lit witiijj Parasols are tie Latest Fad I j ii We havb a large stfek of them in fact fi too many and we offer the line 5T AT 20 PER CENT OFF fig Regular Price AIL brand new goods Jf ranging from 81I to u E r 1 SILKS AND RIBBONS g 2 at Greatly Reduced Prices 5t Zz jj We are showing a nice line of Summer 5 Underwear and Hosiery 5- j fJ 5 Dont forget that we carry a large stock 3of Soaps Combs aid Brushes Ouri Prices are the lowestJ ii 5 Our Mens Department is very attractive it contains the Si 3 best thin s in Alpuca Coats Serge Coats tid Vests Crash Suits Socks Ne kwear Shirts thin Underwear Suspenders etc White Duck HATS 25c I ROBERTSON BROS Springfield Ky 1- wwmmwwwnw eo t OJ jfft ft ft o iResolutions The following resolutions were adopted at the recent Teachers Institute held at this place Whereas the State tax is 50c on each one hundred dollars worth of property in the State and whereas the State debt has been almost liquidated by the payment of a large sum of money to the Stale from tbe General Government on account of the States war claim and as it is believed that it is unnecessray to pay 5c of this lax into the Sink ing Fund as 2c will be sufficient to pay the interest on the out standing obligations of the State and finally extinguish the State debt Therefore be it Resolved That we the teach ers of Washington county in Institute assembled do earnestly pray the next General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Ken tucks to pass an Act by which iic ofll State tax now paid into the Sinking Fund may be paid into the School Fund thus in creasing tis Fund by aoout ore hundred and eighty thousand dollars Resolved further that we pe tition te General Assembly of the Common elth cfl entuckyi at its next fession to amend the School law of Kentucky by requiring the Supprin endent ofIPublic Instruction to sed Syllabus to the County Slperiij endents not later tha the first of Apn1 acltar thus allowinsr time in tlICb Superitt nUentsj can make up from it a more 1at rLr n for hs teachl is- ResId Ihtttfie teuCHenJ Wash njiton count form a largerr club lor th pun ose of attending the meeting of the Fourth Ds tr ct Association at Horse Cave in October 1903 and further that we will do all that we can to make Washington the banner county in that Association Resolved That we believe that Third Class Certificates should be abolished asit discriminatesi against cuildren in small districtst and often through favoritism or for some other cause teachers are employed in these districts who are hot well qualified to perform the duties intrusted to them Resolved further that it shall require at least 90 per cent ot the questiocs beforea tirst class certificatecan be granted and 80 per cent of the questions must bo answered before a second class certificate can bo granted and a certificate of this class shall not be granted more than twice to the same person Resolved That we request our Representative in the next Gen eral Assemby to have An Act passed whereby teachers who hold first class certificates may keep the same alive so long as as they take an examination on any tao brancnps prescribed in the Jaw each year provided that anyone securing for the first time a n st class certificate mag not teach underit more than one year Resolved That we approve of the steps taken by our worthy Superintendent for the better grading of the cbools of Wash ington countv Resolved That we respectfully usk the Fistl Court to appro pnate the su 1of 30 for the purpoo of printing a series of qustims to be used in monthly examinations jn the commc schools of the county j Rqsolyed Tnat each teacher by subscription or by holding en tertainmcns at which a small lentrance free is charged or in a sumdftliat l operalMiss ELLA SHAUNTY t JENNIE REDOING i LAURA HIATT CoLy1N1Lt W P CHEATHAM C W STALLINGS THE WEST INDEPENDENT Ten years ago the west was largely dependent upon the east for the capital ropsirall municipal enterpriseswaterworks electric light plants school buildings and the like This condition no longer exists The west now has its money and no small sSirplus besides What Is needed fqr the purposes mentioned which seeks the money centers of the east for investment at a low rate of interest Tire west has groin pnsttCONCERNING ALFALFA The following conclusions have been jjrrived at as n resnlt of a series of ex pprimeuts with alfalfa at the Minneso tj experiment station llrstA variety of alfalfa has been Iitown In lI1nnesotnior forty years uhd has proved to be perfectly hardy wherever tried Second Alfalfa produced in Minnesota contains more protein than red clover nnd has a greater feeding value than wheat bran Third Alfalfa hay contains largo amounts of the most valuable fertiliz ing materials and when Jfed on the farm the fertility of the soil Is In creased aTIlE PIGS IN THE BEDROOM A friend of ours had only been mar- ti a short time and had taken h town glrl to his farm home for a bride In tile spring just as the little pigs were cabining it became necessary in order to save their lives owing to the bitter oold weather to carry them Into the house and warm them up While ensrnffed of tl lr1tIIm1 lady andrthe bedroom The callers stayed1Into the pigs got cold and squealed When there was nothing to bq done but let the oat out of the bag or rather th pigs out of the bedroom THE EXTRA WORK PAYS It always pays to put a little extra work on the cornfield in preparing the sew bed An extra disking and dragging tho finely pulverizing and the lev cling of the seed bed will insure a bet ter job of planting and a more uniform stand of eornnnd we are very much pf the opinion that where It can be done the field should never be let alone a single tiny after planting up to the time the corn is showing up continued idragginK with n light harow at thl3 betonneWHAT THE nLACK MAX NEEDS During a recent trip south we had a fine chance to look over several of the southern cities during a trolley ride In all these cities there was the fiegro- jsectlon where the colored brother lives and propagates The homes of these primijtivejclnlly notedwhile the white men of the towns had their gardens made and all sorts of garden stuff up and look lag line it was rare to find that the colored man had made any attempt at gardening at all the yard of his lot be Jng bare of vegetation and wholly un inviting A world of good could be done by instructing these people along this line how to care for the soil and use iIt to help them to live Wherever wo came across the home of a foreign era German Scandinavian or English manbe had not only Vegejjbles but iall kinds of fruits and flowers In his garden no matter how humble liis homo might be When the colored man learns how to use the soil and the mate of the south as he may and should tho question of his place in ciety will be largely solve- dhIypocrty Can you sincerely say that you never descended to hypocrisy asked the man of severe standards Well answered Mr Bliggins I mutt confess that I once sat and listened to my daughters commencement essay and pretended to be as much en tertained as if I were at a baseball game Washington Star Kept Him Waiting Haydon the English artist in his diary relates how he once went late n sitting given him by the Duke of Wellington and the old duke tore his whitp hair and cried that he had sat to 400 confounded painters and scalp tors and none of them was ever pun tual 0 41 17OX1XAsayithsJtoKlidYouflanAlwaysCosht Slpatmgf a H FILL YOUIC JMI1i e I FROM MATES CORNER GROOElti = Thats the best way to be sure of getting Slthe best of everything promptly deliV ered at money saving prices Fresh Vegetables Telephone your orders o E S MAYES PH0N857 m j t tJvl S1 t 0W lJUNE I ITIi V uUjjjCLEMNCE SfiLE IWe are overstocked in Light Dress Goods Mercer ized Oxiords MusHris Swis 2J fflses p For me next thirty S- x W days we will make sweeping reductions in prices of our x entire Spring and Summer S Stock a Pretty Sheen Lawns at 5 7 and lOcr fi I Mercerized Oxfords 0 25 and 35c Printed Batiste JO 12 12 and 15c ffi Printed DmitiesBatistes and Swisse V i 7 12 10 and 12 J2c W Black Hindoo Mulls JO to 20c Fine Imported Oxford WaisitifigSLtSS fZ ft to 75ct Jv- fa Embroidered Oxfords and Silk Ging g hams and Silk filar asatGl a lytI REDUCED PRICES Ct pedal prices on BLadies Misses and ft SXJ Ladles tock Collars 25 and 50c faXV Mens Lisle and Baibriggin Under ar J ft Mens white and colored Negligee Shirts fiiLMens Full Dress White Shirts JMeisspenders and Belts 4Janiinoffering our entire stock of Mens MensCoats r at lower prices than ever made m rket Callandl get prices vestsrl WLL PAPER AND J y S jthingsfa x IowExaminethem OOi t We cprdially invite yOu to visit 7 c our Store and you can feel assured pej can save you money ilYours Very Respectfully tCUD Dingham DnnOaQ + 1 JOHN S WcELROY J GENERAL INSURANCE AGH flre7Lifeardf Tornado ilSjpSB OFFICE OVER PEOPLES BANK1iI J t y absence fromoiceW Fagspylrug ge I efkjrk will attend to any bUsinessi for me I i 3cr IAyers Ague Cure has most renfarkable tonic proper ties for all who live in nf alarial Ai tricts A never raiUng remedy for 3 all malarial diseases Itt 11 F Ii I I mIn = tARS FE OS WORTHY f v X Talctatoil Woman IsItlip flyV 5jlrtl t of XeTr c Tbero arc sewer YorktIi wTorIttnii Is jsnd nmons theo tficraarc still fewcsthat possess con talent in t Is latter c1ii rrtnd rising above her fcllowAwprkers In iheqnaltty of her wrktli rttI1Ity cf her talents and tLeae1IItyotn j Itbyilevoted herself to the drawing of baj t Itles the little tots of the nursery and so clever has been her work and so lifelike are the pictures that Mrs l worthy has been ter 1edthe baby c1ttlt of NewYorkIPersons acquainted with the hnrdt i ships of art will tell you that babybdivl iaI the most difficult stage of life to porI si as Ptou9xairz SOSWOBTHY tray faithfully In Infancy there Is lit tie individuality of features one babys face seems the composite likeness of nilI otlcrs Facial characteristics onlyF ccine with age Time alone imprints a Its Identifying mnrks Its maturity of i jfoaturxs Its wrinkles the accustomed smIle or look of sadness Therefore success In drawing pic Iituleso babies Is evidence of posses tiJln of thO highest degree of artistic ability and it will be interesting to mothers ta know that Sirs Nosworthy ttcJ attributes her success In drawing bit bies to the fact that she is herself a mother The reason said Mrs Nosworthy that there are so few artists woo t itlraw bableJtwcll Is thnt there are so iVw artists who have babies arouril t ithcm abn it IS ImpossIble for them Iftccrtich tho infant oft guard in somo fnisyful prttty attitude You cannot itiaben baby pose and get a good pie tnre It quite essential to get a fleeting expression humorous nat laurniIrs Nosworthyft wide versatility lIs InIinjl Is don Hn and Ink drawings Jwnsh drnwiuts pastels charcoal work W paintings and Vrater colors Site likewise models In clay anti tins seEfS ill busts of babies She also does ateddallfons and basrelief work She ifoV mistress of each art and excels in eachlp qSbelioweverl fetls herself that If she 1ontentratc t artistic effort she would achieve more success than In distributing her labor on several classes of work Lute IS threfon she has been devotin heraelfto drawing babies New York Tress Dont Ainnip the nab Too Slach If from the flrst the Infanl Is left toBHpply his own aiuiiseiutnt It will bo greatly to his advantap f moug the nnnwemcals that are t hurtful to the wee cues are roe1iugth 1f noisytoythat wool mothers regard as absolute Iy necessary to tcp the baby quiet To eat shjepl cry a little and be let nlonelIs all that the newborn babe needs all physicians agree Solon he will begin to see things anti find wuseIJ OIiOW1Intplaying with his rosy fingers and toes III und when In normal health can jmaggin abuselt at watinrf s It theII mother orr older sister Insists ripen plying him with other enter talnment the weak little brain soont Wearies und the nervous system is bareufullytaeddMany are netVo JPrQ tmtlon said n specialist lately91 and entirely as a result of the unwls dow of adults In playing with then then they should be left alone A ball ora bright picture will satisfy n chili for a long time If left to himself but usually some one takes him uj the mo ment he cries and trots him until Ida little fttoinach Is almost turned over or tosses him until his head swims At t 5 flrnt he does not like IL but later he becomes accustomed to and demands Itand it Is very bad for himI Health is a magnet which i draws the tuna to the irrcsisliblYI mating time Health does more than Itt tint the skin with beauty it puts iuto step thoeoicc happiness and buoyancy into the musIcIIII A gIant many women covet beauty anI health beautifythemand all other charms shall be added to her There can be no general health for w IsdelicateIs vonte rescription It establishes rcgti larityi dries weakcnitjjj dminn l1C31sIt iuflnmrnation and ulceration and female weakness cures 1 wI nicd four bottles cf your Tavorite cription and one cfGoldeu Itilical sty write Elmer D Elicarcr of IrlIllliope Lancaster cn rawandcaiay tlitit troublir H one wlio kiiovrs me U surprised to see me a so welt In June Jwas50 poor in health lookI st times I could not vs lie Today I nnr J tell everybody that Vr riencv nicdiciucs cured me i PREE Dr JPiercfts Comniori Sense Medical Adviser is scniree on receipt of tatnpLto payexpenaeofnttilitig onpanti at 0neccnt stamps for life Iwok m tt paper ooven or y stamps for the cloth SIboUl a1oNY- f j I ExcessOf SmoKing Affected fay Heart So I Had To Sit Up To Breathe Dr Mite Heart Cure v quredNeFThere is notltlng that has a more deleter ious effect upok the cardiac or heart nervesathan the excenNe use of tobacco Pain and tenderness around the heart an oppressive feeling in the chest choking sensation in the throat discomfort from sleeping on the leit thosufferer e the roost common symptoms ofaweak heart these adoIwarnedexperencec I was greatly troubled with an affection smokinlOnto begin a course of treatment which in cluded Dr Miles Heart Cure Dr Miles Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills together thedirectiousgiven BeIreI was so nervous I could not keep my hands still and suffered greatly from severe pains around the heart Many times at night I postureto stoppellJMiles Heart Cure Restorative Nervine and other remedies to all sufferers from heart or ELlJAlIliAtL botreAddressDrl Ulif lilt nuiM pussiijif iilliK3 II ho romp with the ftlwr to which flout batiks ire subjected just befotv ey ro to bed IIi argum that he has towins luirtllv a good rwison for Injur Intb child The play makes IiItitrratltw aiul osfcjtrtl ami Is certain to spoil his sleep Babys Knead The Kitchen an n Laboratory The mistress of the home of 1925 will be n chemist jgho will be a trained sc- ihit She will regard tier kitchen as n laboratory la which n thousand wonderful experiments will be tried Thy Idea that the kitchen Is a place of udgery where only those enter wbo e forced by circumstances will buss disappeared and there will remain ly wonder that any one could ever have haen ignorant enough of the marvelous pro sses of science to have taken little interest in the subject Tlw kitchen itself with disappear from the basement and from the home tbeIboratory The mistress of the house und urn daughters wll tliidtio uiorv- tcrestthg period of the Jay than that whJcli is spent in the weir lighted well ventilated cleanly and comfortably ar ranged room given up to the constant surprises which science offers to those who will study with Interest her won ens in the realm of combinations of od materials and the transformations brought about by varying degrees ot- iJealCosmopotitnn Pencil and Plus Attention is called to those essen tially feminine habits of putting pins In the mouth or moistening a pencil with the lips A pin swallowed means only a sur leal case but the greater danger lies in the contagion that may be lurking in the pin itself Under the head of the pin or the point of the pencil all kinds of malignant germs may be cated which will be transmitted e mouth quicker than any other way It hardly seems possible that any one needs to be cautioned against holding money between his lips yet a person can scarcely go any distance on a street car without noticing someone indulging in this dangerous and ithy habit Sbmple1ulN- o wardjsTte ever considered com ejLfeu dof s not Include among Its nultifarlons needs a pr tty and becom g dressing jacket This need not in any sort be an elongated affair but something warm to slip on whlleidoing Ue hail when the more voluminous dressing gown is slightly superfluous ays Home Chnt Indeed the fussy auIga7CII1Pon Ifhe Pepper flag It yon have not a pepper bag safely packed in your medicine chest it ih time you hail By the application of nI pepper bag the ineffable suffering that sometimes conies from a diseased tooth is often avoided You cnn pur Ichnse these little pain killers from our dentist or one can easily make They are made of muslin three of III inch In diameter lined lth rubber to protect the lips and from the pepper anti ginger this directly to the tooth and will usually check the pain for the at least An Idea For a Window A pretty way of lighting n dark hall to cut n window through lo the xt room This may bo made r very feature on both sides by treuted like an ordinary window a deep sill to hold various objects bricabrac The glass In such a should have small leaded stnlnIor other plants and if placed on both sides has tile effect of uite a IstaI ITo Press Short Seam usIngIm to be pressed Pass the seam over the spherical part of the- liinsney and it will be pressed as nice ly as could bo done with n hot iron Velvet ribbon also may be pressed in this way by damping it on the linen or atin side then rubbing on the chin- seyWomans Home Companion a7ous Drn tore Will Buy It Back IYou assu1fe no risk when you buy aullIstore will refund your money If jon re rut satisfied after1 using it It i very where admitted to be the meat- uccessful remedy in use for bowel crmp inta id the only ont that never ais It is pleasant sifc and re1 able XVnthlnc ttc madBeauty doctors are assarting vehe mently that the only respectable anti sate way to wash the hands is to low the soapy scrubbing with a thor ough rinsing hin running water You must hold them alternately udder tile hot and the coid water faucet they de clare and by to doing the flesh Is massaged and kept soft and white How to Vrini White Silk yVhite silk should be washed In tepid water with white sospj It should be rinsed at once in tepid boras water hen put through two clear waters Innny It should be dipped in luke warm water to which has been added suspicion of liquid bluing It should boshaken until almost dry not wrung and Ironed damp Decorative Plnonshlon A decoraMve pincushlor is made of bow and ends ot satin ribbon Csn Iaches wide and matching the general olor tone of the room It Is intended to hang beside the dressing table anti different varieties of pins are arranged iIn on orderly way on the loops an ends IA highly recommended furniture polish is made of n wineglassful of olive oil a wineglassful of vinegar two tablespconfuls of alcohol apply with a soft cloth and polish with flannel IWell managed housekeeping is an art and no sensible woman will con alder It derradlng to attend to her own household duties The pretension of youth always gives to a woman a few more years than she really has Fouy You cannot be graceful unless every part of your body enjoys perfect freedom of action The Unman Intcrrotrsnon iointMamma said the human iuterrogb ion point who knows the most teacher or papa Why on general topics your fathers better Informed Johnny Well does papa know more than the ministerIOf things worldly yes Your father Johnny is a very well Informed man os I hope you will be sonic day Does papa know more than you when will you over get over the habit of asking a long string of foolish questions Run away and have your tea at oneeNew York Press unnecessary Woriy Whats the mutter with you asked the political boss Im worrying about what my constituents will say to me about my rote on that bill you made me pit through last night Say when did you become responsi ble to your vxmstituents want you to understand snot ni the one who is expected to do the explaining when theres any to be done Chicago AccordHerald HIS NEW LIBEL LAW Samuel pnlic iyi broiue govenior slgucil sirlnpnt horjusst belne spapi the IOYStER CULTURE Dlralrpn Are Ilnntod CulllrateJ and IlarvrHtvil IlUc Other Croii The ivoraBP citizen inny not Unojv that osJitors nre planted cultivated und harvested like nny other crop n per son who engages this Industry be ing known an oyster planter Thou Bands otaeres of oysters urt under cultivation Hampton toads which during thp harvesting season often literally alive with the reaping chInes of the oysier Wijcn the oysters are from one and a uhf to two years old they are usu ally large enough bp suld and a rule part of them nre old at this and the balance the third fourth year after which time tla ground to rest a year before being planted again Great care imst be erclsed tIll selection of bottoms forI oyster planting If the planter would lo financially successful The largest packet Hampton opens from 100000 bushels of oys tens a year In this house the men open the oysters they drop the shells an Inclined plane from which they slide Into n trough and arm carried along by scrapers attached end less chain called a shell conveyor which takes them without further her the shell pile In the yard When a shuckcr hns tilled his gallon measure carries to the strainer where the ysters are strained and measured They are then emptied into large casks kept full of fresh water by means of which a nj loose shell grit washed out From those casks the oystirs are dipped into a second strainer and when separated frotn tIle water nre ngula measured mid packed The sheik are sold for front I to cents n bushel and arm used extensive ly oyster planters for the propaga tion oysters They are placed In saiall piles grounds found suitable for tile purpose whore the spat small oyster will attach Itself to the shells They tire altO used for mnkin shell lime nittl for buljdln th XlllIlent shell roads found Jn some ritrttc rfI the Virginia pcanulePItihadelpL Noii AiurrUu r t Jim Dumps asserted Too much meat In summer causes toomuch heat 11ThatAnd in the best suqunertrim Why Force of course It laughed Sunni Jim ForeThe KcadjtoSenrc Cereal the strength of meat without the heat Excludes Chops and SteeJti III Force is a regular breakfast iced in my family the exclusion steaks or chops the old standard A GRANGER IW19 Cnnnndruna- Whntla It has a mouth and never rats a lied and never sleeps A river Why are wear eopU like carriage wheels Because they are tInllJVTict cus a farmer doiibl up hIs Vhoep without hurting thorn When he puts them the fold pule ftentlcmnti t know a well broil little boy who says cant He never Dont want to 0IYouve got to or You shant He never says Ill tl immira or calli hi Playmates mean lad mure careful his speech Im sur was ncyor seen lies never unurnrnmatlcul he never mcnllions aint single word lInn from him would make his mother statAnd now Ill tell you vhy Is lest this should srnil nbcrij ties now exactly monhs old rnil not speak a wctd Hannah O 101 ti in hhots Worfc Wt AM Bay The busiest and mightiest lit lie thing that ever was made is Dr Kings New Life Pulls These jillS change weakness into strength listlessness to enrgy brainfai intj mental power The wonderful in buildtDg up ire health July 5c per lbox Sld by C flavdon GOVERNOR PENNYPACKER OF PENNSYLVANIA AND W Pennypackor is conspicuous tli just now ns of Pennsylvania he rv Iii Imv and he Is Tlgorously attacked b iitw IS as ulltttJ1luzhr of rlsRIJ555 ns is men to as ne in or Is allowed ex in In to na on to nn la to he It or Is 8 by of or L = of f to of in says of of It St re J in nn In In on IN A DREAM ITOLD Tilt 3leLtg Tim n lnj Girl Con tci lie Itrntlib Irintonating If soiiuThnt croejiy story which reiiclip us from correspondent upon whose ol faltli we tin ivly A certain young lady Whom we sill call Mary A was rIcovering from Illness The do lor Iud divlartd her to out of danger IInlt her friends and relatives ww ivjoio lug In the fact Nevertheless MUs receiving a iiit lay from a sister fniV4y asti lieu thU she was going to ClilThl sisfr lolluohiMl thc idea and rented if a aa invalids ftili Miss A hOI with the ljcalmniM reroatinl hot s a tmat hI was rrtIn hal slit would die that night lilt lieggiHl Lor slstor to fottli hrparents iul other rlUlves to sty gool liy Thinking to hiiutor her the sistcr complied wa ahsont from this strange filially pithorlng a liroth erwlu was t sea ami vat oxpictod 1Ihntte In a vkiik or two I5nt it tlo3 nott mattero Miss quietly o1srsiulI saw hill lust right In a dream an said goodly to Ilm In his ciiiin H1 fore tin sn roe again Mlsa As pr dfctlcu lul cotta est t was dead Tht ovovi Is not the stiMiig st part of ths weird story Vlion In due time the sailor brother rorched port WitS met by his other sister who be gan to toll hiii tUw sad iuws Ah1 lie Iatrrutrd you nell not tell me Mary Is kjid knew It tnt sIte cart to Inc one nigt in iry drvii nd toll nu nhe was going to die and wanted tot sy goodby On cainpariug dates It was found that tte ilrvurs were divaincd on the scirsame ngtLoiti- on News rIle Oinndour of html An impeccably dressed gentleman the other tiny when walking along Piece dilly felt a movement In his pocket and clapping his hand thereto seized fthe wrist of the thief He drew forth till erring mcrber cud looking att It with supreme disgust he released it saying with a grimace of disgust Pot aulryou put in n gentlemans poiuot agaLiLonIion TatlrIa i QLKL5 = A GAS MACHJINE hIcrFu a11 ai Iiio Way of Starting 11 lilamlait Concern little lioy iidflt4to go into th 0 gas business tn a srll scalc of coufsf ti his ovn aivouiit lucre is an t aianet very client to latuicii the enttfnulst and Lave gaa to burn FJll a round tin lox 11 shoe polish OXjWllJ lo with sawdtwt mid bits of thick blrttinj pa HI the lJo x OUKS as tightly as possible and introduce into the lid a small motal or glass tube letting It penetrate into the box a dis tance of about onethird the latter height Seal the juncture with putty Thep place the bo upon two supports and below it light a candle Soon the Si sscl and blotting paper being overheated will lilHrate alcoholic va pors and eoiututtst itt gsjsos Hold lighted nun telu to tile toll of till tube mill you will see the gas ignite and continue to burn DinJeOhutain rubber cord about twelve iiahos long anti a dime with a holo on tho e Attaih the to the cord with a piece of white IBm tg silk ami after having done sow the to 3uck coat sites lining being vcryc rul to ascertain thattLo end to which tie coin is at tIh t1tllltS not extend lower within two linhos of bottom ofthnIsleeve It is bettor to have the tile left sleeve In cours the evening bring down thoiilme the right hand milL jJjire It b ttw yyil tllie titanic trlTJifivgtlnger of the rtnnrhrt1imr showing It to ticIrnmpftn toll thoin that you will llliJotspectators to you proffer thc iliac and just us he is about 10i itreeivebetween your lingers unit the OnI fraction of tilt elastic cord will make the coin disappear up your sleeve n ucii to the astonishment of 11con who thijiks ho Is ahotit to havo it Jdh to him This feat can bo vaTlod IllY iretetuiIiuug to vrii the coin In nIpioi0 of piper or a htutmelkerthuisf 0111Iring Instead of a lime A nro The bravestt boys arm not always thosf who are roiily to light lion ii thlstory of oe vlio shoviSil till riyit spirit wlr n privuked liy Jlis comrulf iA veer boy was atti ndrng school day jvlth large patch orj lilt trousers Oiurof his sclinoltnatos Iliad fun ut him for this until illeU him OM Patttii Why dont yon tight Mm cried t one of hit boys vru give it to Ilni If he culled 114Iso Oh siid the boy you tiItt flupposi Iri islijfnied uf ny patch do yon For 111qlIt Im thankful for n good moth or tq keep me out of rags Ilimit pnrid of ijiy patch for her s4ke Normal Instructor ot ViM l1I1t1t Sicul at Wjien End was live years old sIte went to pay a visit to liorgrandimithor Drring the day she ivcitad her varicicl- idCtSStS at sclool mul ende by tie lIIIrn that JIll could rejjil better than Rabina who was eight vfars old Rut wouldnt It sound better If some one else said asked lien grand mother Yes answered Ethic tTlitf it would havo such a bjld cold taut say It very well t The So IolncT Edna aged tout had heard soiie use the word sockdolager and her llttlo Jlleffsixyearold brother meant Why he replied with an air of one t possessing superior Jjiwledge Its when you go to churcn aiul the irencliier gets tired of ttrtlkingjjuid says Let us now slng the socfedolager fIIILIlyII coukl not nee for himself suiUcIcntly far lutes that future v hloji he professed to be able to scan fwfclejirly for others to luald hIm against mkictg foot ot himself by marrying lie caught a hn of the temper of Mars to use his own words anti thel fact that she broUght him 200 as owry did not count for much In th way of com pensation seeing that she antI herI rcltitions cost him 1000 wT 0 FARM 9 ii hil1 f z rRJGG fc1 38Y- J5TRIGG IOCkFOft IA 30UUTCP IWhen we note hpw useful an animal the mule Is we sometimes wonder why Le was not made in the first place in stead of a jackdss If it were only practicable It would be a good idea to make every owner of a farm responsible for the condition of the highways bordering his land ITbe Kansas experiment station has realized 1100 per acre from rape pas tune and 2410 from alfalfa pasture when fed to hogs In connection with a light feed of grain It is now said that the oleo fellows are coloring their product with the yolks of eggs They are bound to got that steer butter Into the gizzards of the American people somehow IAnd now the distressing information follies from an Iowa town that one of resultItaking it for a new brand of breakfast food The hog bringing more than ordi nrry good prices for the past year has enabled the feeders of beef cattle to get out without serious loss this sea son If it had not been for the pig- they would have been in a hole Where milk Is sat In deep cans In cold water anti the cream thus raised the farm separator will step In and give the dairyman about 20 Ier edit more cream You can do souse flgur iug yourselves with this fact to start from The time is here now when the farm er with a 15000 corn and hog farir drives Into town anti pays 30 cents for two boxes of strawberries when he might raise the luscious berries by the bushel just as easily as he raises tile corn to feed his hogs Rabbits make about the best pets for children They are reasonably cleanly are not expected to have the run of the house like cats and dogs always Uavo a lot of cute little ones and the surplus may be sold and not killed off on the home place to get rid of them The difference between butter which scores 97 anti that which scores 9T4 Is small as not to be detected save by a butter expert still the 9714 fellow walks oft with the gold medal gets his picture in the dairy journals and like enough has a brand of salt named aft cr him The payment of the road taxes has for many years been loaded on to the tenant of the farm that Is be has been required to work out that part which oud be paid in that manner The payment of all the road taxes In cash lets the tenant out and makes the landlord kick We have a friend who has so keen a love for the birds that be cap find all grasIsouth Mc9 will find the thing which they love and look for whether it bq birds nests or good qualities in their neighbors We count a strawberry bed and an asparagus bed properly cared for as foremost among tho cheapest and most TotlivingIt May July then have the green peas follow the asparagus and the red and black rasp berries s tLc strawberries and who ares whether school keeps or not I1we Just hate to come across a man ci worse yet community which is ths Log to that ertArir tes is In ur Y PHOF EO ABD E PHELP8 O LL DI Greatest of All Physicians Eminent Discoverer ofjj PAINES CELERY COMPOUND Prof Edward E rhlps IL D LL D I1I1dtrnduatedatfYale the Vermont University Next wasap pointed lecturer jn IJartrnouth College The following year he was chosen to the most important professorship in the country a plhce that he occupied when he made his fAmed discovery of Paincs Celery Com 1poundThis infallible cure result from 11 Impaired nervous system and impure blood has endeared the Pelt doctotlto the world r DIAMOND DYESCOUB ANYTHING ANY COWL Dresses cloaks suits ribbons coats feathers stocklngseverythiflc araWt Diamond Dyes make to lWok like new Wo bsve alrcbl department of ailTtee aBi m- al er free say questions about dyttef 8M ample of gouds vrbenpoitible 13kUon hook sad dysd tree 4 DIAMOND DYES Burlington Yt a AV gelalde PreparaliwiforAs slmilating feeFoodandBegufa ti ling tec Stoaachs andBowels of Promotes DigestionCheerruF nessandRestContalns neidle- t9piumMorpbinenor1rfi KOT NXt OTIC tIIouJr IIr ff w I RemedrfQrtoMapanonSour Worms ConvulsionsFcytrish ness and Loss Of SLEEP TocSimlk Signature or TEW YORK EXACT COPY rWRArpERJ 1 mILe no merest Ji11ny matter of publ- Ic improvement unless it brings dollars Into Ha pockets Even the Sioux Indian would decorate his tepee nearly all birds will use art and refinement ui the building of the nest while thou sands of so called civilized human beI- ngs will care as little for their horn surroundings as a fox in his den We have altogether top much civilization which does not civilize There is a lot of vegetation which vrlll thrive and grow at a temperature of from 55 to 05 for instance peas radishes onionS potatoes turnips bar Icy wheat rye cabbages cauliflower apples currants gooseberries and in flowers violets tulips crocus sweet peas but a temperature of 80 to 00 Is essential for the growth ot corn met ons cucumbers tomatoes peaches und grapes The difference between a test peratore of Co and 00 only 25 degrees determines what shall be the cereal vegetable flora and fruit products of a country The condition of many a stock yard was fearful this spring a ten inch deep mIte of liquid filth and on many of the farms where these yards Were might have been sent the ash pile ota stack of good straw burned last talli to get rid of it The straw pile and the filthy yard should be got together for the comfort of the stock anti the nina who has to care for It for the In creased amount of valuable fertilizer thus to be obtained and because that way Is good farming and the first ono Is not Our friend a farmer who bad been through tile sweat and fret incident to the paying off of a big mortgage on his farm found himself a year ago with the farm paid for and 500 Jn the local Lank which nd roaifoT for Ve think thnthemade a very sell sible uatof the 500 t rle took his wife and son and went to southern L1threecold weather and have the pleasure of seeing the many beautiful anti wonder ful things of the Taclflc coast Ho might have bought more hind of course but he and his family got whnlt wai worth far wore than land It no man asked or could get credit and all paid spot cash what amice old world this would be taido business in While such a system would be hard on some the people as a whole would he better oft One of the best ways to get rid of quack grass is to seed Jie fleUd down with closer and give it a good coat of grostII the quick grass out I Even where corn cannot be success fully own barlqy t cas millet ground cloyer and blue grass Mill with skin mUle make lots of pork indi mighty good pork too and any country where these things can be produced shouldI raise bolSr 4 TJIEDF0RDBMCKR THE GREAT fAflhIYMaNE TheIords BlackDraught haa aived doctors bills for more than ai rty TMTSV For the OHnmoa fa coaipMsolndIoh plaiQte chills sad feyse bilious ned eadacei and othar like coapuints other teediciae is xtieeiiry It invigorMea and rag tilatas the liver assists diestLo- timtilttea action of the kiciseys purifies the blood and pusgas UM bowels of fqul accvmalw M It sotsourrlicomatia P wsUcte back acheMdiseytrouiI1coadpgiaa diaxrsa kthiousisss nil karJ colds sad headache veiy drug gisthuThedforda 1ackDrsmight ia 25 t packages said iii sam otk use Lar 1100 Never aoe- eaubtitute Iajist kariag the originalmaJ by 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