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TrwIT 0 J f r IcjthTA1SllEi ZCJ iL J tt t l iY r JSe Series T61I XIL No 21 J l SPRINGFIELD t WASHIN rNCqUNT KENTUCKY MA 1 25 l oiJ 1 14Lr 1100 A TE F j ifIt I e y r J JrS B THOMPSON t t rAYiJOl ti 1HJI On Thompson f UNDERTAKERS Qitj l AND EMBALMERS IAnd t iW CMTT in tock all kInds of Fanera vc i MppUH PHONE 53 v f1 If t CtfDOOR DIRECTORY And vSPRINGFIELJV couirty seat of f iJ1 i Wal in ton County 52 miles soulh f1 wist of i4cxin ton 5t aiiles from J rxwIsyHte on Bardstown branch of It i Louisville and JJashville railroad in I fyJ i VfarHfinR at d agricultural district r r Two Banks telegraph and telephone liaesxpcessomce flour mills lumber t r IB3ofr yards Popfcation 1100 population Vt4t 15000v t ifepres en tativeiu Congress Hon D 1tSm1tk Hodgenville Ky thettlitIN 4 L latJlreKo Xepesentatiye WDClaybrooke in Keutucky Legisii rtt 1t tiJ 4 Representative inState8enateEO11 out i Harrj Lancaster Lebanon Ky the teffLi Cunty DIrectoryas h T Cj CIRCUIT COURT l + Circuitr Court begin on the fourth l Ai t Kay in February May and Octo 11tercvl J HThnrman Judgec t r k 14 Durham Commonwealth At toSt y i I JMfc Campbell Clerk M 9 Ireachman Master C0rnU21S5tl iit rrk kovi QUARTERLfV COUkTS I Quarterly Court ish ldon the thfrdof Monday in each month the BJrf Lttsey fudgeTII dCOUNTYCounty Court meets on the fourth Monday in eich mouth n B L Litsey Judge T j WT Booker County Clerkp1 TS Mayes Count Attorney George Catlett Jailer I a ft Byron Croakc Sheriff I4RichurdIsham r 1RR1 DeputiW iV we Ire i James IP Moore County Surveyor w J IRoyalty Assessor T P OBryan Deputy in I aRobert Noe Treasurer J J Mi Montgomery Coroner t 11W Bush Sept of Common k4Cehooli1 P O Springfield i 4 f CITY COURT J LJames R Noe Police Judge t JoiitiGri MJf3ha1Ii r J Wr i Orlgsby City Attorney l x JUSTICE COUKT 14 i I itice Courts are held in January fi A April July and October jGfturch Directory f METHODIST CHURCH Ji f1 Rev J C Hoskinson Pastor Seri t vksonthePirstand Third Suudavs i In each month at 11 a m and 730 pmp Ji jStindaySchool every Sunday at10 am J Prayer meeting every Wednesday j r 1 TSlght r J Vr4 v CATHOWC CHURCH J tt liRetPF Hennessay Pastor erb 4i rices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock Services at SURose same hoursm I flti 1 J t CHRISTIAN CHURCH f R y WT W ilden Pastor Service and fourth Sunday is each 4 r ecpnd I J 3JDOnth t i PRESBYTERIAN ORURCHs wtq R vT D 4atimerPastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am i J arndtSfeTpm Sunday school everyc SQQdayftt 10 am Prayer meeting it every Thursday evening at 7 oclockl L f IL f t k BAPTIST pHURdH 5IRev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor i Preaching every Sunday at 11 a an l 746 pm Sunday School everyI i Sunday at 930 am Prayer at meetingI f I r every Tuesday evening riS 1i tlJ tern1Orders l MAfsoNic LODGE rSpringfleid lodge L Kb 50 meets first and thirjl Mouday i roach month 57of 4WashingtoaR A Chapter No i r mieet every second Tuesday 4 jSpcinjrfieldCduncil No52 meets on L erenr lourth Monday f KNIGHTS of THE i ACAuUSMeet pJ1 j 1eUY rstWednesduv 1neacn m m N f FOLEYS 1 HONEYuoTARThtI it to LWTITE cHgk rsaady X1M gzwi VOLT 5 nONET ad TAR iIi fe a tUw psokag tfDMRbIto- IJ Iii c P ird jr1 r THE NEWS=LLADIRt i1 ii HmW iid WWii Iji ROUND OFT1lLhnn- nn2ft ftIftftftft ftnnftn tuUU niw AioutIt- tt 1ifHad 1By1t each cask one cent or twoI IcSpeWould you orwouHyou not all the beef went thro your hands That fed our mighty StateS Ukewise folks in foreign lands And slightly raising ratesdWould thousands daily bring to you As toll from every pot v iit Speak up and say what would you dowyou or wojuld you not IWould CourierJournal h AD PRACTIGE We notice that the Fiscal Court of a Fayette county is to take against turnpikes property the owners actionI nsist on moving their fences a so as to take in part of public road This is a mat r to which tlie News Leader attention some time ago being practiced in this county It is a strange tendency that even some good honest tizens seem to possess that of tinglYsomething them Of course these Is good citizens would no tameII ink of setting a division fence er so as to take in part of a Neighbors farm than they would taking a neighbors horse but roadWell thatis the county s property and it doesutmake any erence So they think but it does As a result of this fence oving the roadways in some es in the county are very much narrowed There has been large number of fences rebuilt along the turnpikes of the county within the past few years and will venture the assertion that theraisricTcaseJori recofh where the line has been moved instead of out on the public road It would be perhaps a little severe for the county authorities to force any of these people to move their fences but something should be done to prevent the practice being car red on any further The new road overseer might be in structed to keep an eye out to prevent any more of the public highway from being fenced II1 EJ EPHONES The sale of the telephone franchise which ias advertised to take on last Saturday was post poned one week in order to- j have a republication of the ordinance or agreement between the city of Springfield and the Telephone Co which a been amended By a misun derstaiading the telephone com any was made to agree to ex tend its lines 10 Kirkland and to linco by December 1st while tlie managers of the cpmpany siiy that it will be impossible for tiein to do 59 anc that clause ould not have been in he agreement The point is an Unimportant item but it is the de slro of both parties to have everything correct so as to give no grounds for any trouble in the future The telephone people are in earnest about about the work of extending their lines iind the people of the county are also quite anxious that they be asThebe arranged and the right way QVer the county roads can be secured from the Fiscal Court the telephone company it is un derstood will put a large force men at work building the new lines and establishing the new exchanges and before the year is out Washington county wjll have a telephone service second to none in the taleI 3AD NEWS County Judge Litsey has received a com muriicatiori from the puairman of tbe State Board of Equaliza tidfh at rankforfc which contains bad news to the taxpayers of the county It is a notification to the effect that the assessed valuation of lands and personal property has been raised 20 per t1 This increase is a heavy anl the action of the State Boa d is quite unexpected al though it is known that farm PI pet ty in this county has been selling at advanced prices for he past few years This is the firpt raisei the State Board has the tax payees of thi- ounty for several years past increase in the valuation i will be hard on some of the taxtJ payers in as much as it applies to all The man who was en- eavoring lopu a good fair val uation on his property and listed at say 70 per cent of what he ould sell it for willlbe raised along with the fellow who pulls in at only 50 per cent of its real value The matter will be serious one to many if it stands The State Board has as a day on which IsetTune9th from the county arrangements will likely be made to send representatives to ideavortothe Board modified but it will probably take very strongargur ments to change the thing Croup Js quickly relieved and whoo lug cough will not urun its course if u use the original Bees Laxative and Tar This Cough yrnpc different from all others because it acts on the bowels You can not cnre Croup ind Whooping Cough until Nou rid the system of all congestion by working off the cold through copious action of the bowels Bees Laxative Honey and Tar does this and cur or all toughs croup looping cough etc No opiates Sold by Haydons Pharmacy Jensonton tThe singEfifg Sunday evening given by Mr James iprury was well attended Woodson Reynolds and wife were at the home of the1 latters mother Mrs Elizabeth Cocan ougher Sunday Will Staten and Millie Reynolds were in Harrodsburg Saturday on businsss Bennie Carpenter who works on the farm of Mr John Camp bell visited his parntsbOre Sun day Mrs Perkins who has been verysick is some better at this writing Henry Reynolds and wife spent the day with R L Cocan ougher and wife Sunday Oliver Sanders the great singer sung at Beech Grove Friday night A large crowd was out ttojhear him Lucy Grain visited at the home of Georgie Cocanougher Thursday and Friday Mrs Colie Lay who has been dangerously ill is getting along nicely Ada Ainolc who has been attending l lIschool at Perryville is at home now W D Cocanougheri Und wife spentSunday with the latters sister Mrs Matherly at Mack ville Sunday School was well atten ded at Beech Grove Sunday A Crccill Batll Blood poison creeps up to wards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Plaine mIDD writes that a friend dread fully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve die out the poison healed the wound saved his life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c Ifet C J Haydons drug store iAnAmuslno Incident A short time ago some men were engaged in the Southern part of this county in putting up some telephone poles across tbe land ora well known farmer The farmer disliked seeing his wheat trampled down andwent after the men who were putting jp the poles The men produced a paper by which they said they had the right to put the poles where they pleasEd The farmer did not understand that but he thought he Would get even with them so he turned a large bull inI the field The savage beast made afier the telephone men and the farmer seeing them run ning for dear life shouted at the top of his voice Show him the paper show him the pap6r rJi Etowh New J KilledI In t Illinoisj ltitloRtt witHenry Shewmaker a Cqunty Man Killed by Fr dtrUtonnJLtovInith ton 111 News was received by relatives here the first of the weetcjthat J Henry Shewmaker of the MackjJ ville neighborhood this county and who was brought fato notariety about five years ago by killing his cousin j Henry Shewmaker a son of Butler Shewmaker in a difficulty Vthe two young men had in a vsfore at Mackville was killed at Lov ington Illinois The particulars of the killing of young Shewmaker 4n nlinoisJ were not given in the message received by his father UriahShew thQtItW8killed ton on last Saturday and wasI hurried Sunday Britton is a Mercer county man who went to- Lilinoisi several years ago t Henry Shewmaker had been in Illinois about eighteen1 months The killing in which he took part and in which his cousin a young man of thsame faame lost his life iis still fresh inihe minds of the people of the county The two young men en igagedin a quarrell in a store at Mackville and Henry SWewmaker tthrew a scale fweight s r1dniI his apponent in the heact in flictihg ia fatal wound The slayer made good his escape andtt was not captured for several months afterward when he wasII arrested in Illinois where he was at work for a farmer He wai brought back nere and slpod trial and was sentenced to at term of five year in the pen jitentiary He had served less than two years of the termS however when he was release- 4Larolc and shortly 1afteicw wartis left for Illinois i That Electric Road Mr W K Azbell promoter of the proposed road from the Cum t tberland river via Lebanon and IPerrj ville to some point inter seclingthe Q C and Southern railroads and Mr R N Wathen 1 of Lebsinon one of the directors of the new road were in the city Wednesday evening in consulta ttion with a nurooer of leading Ibusiness men at the Gilcher i Mr Azbell read to those pres ent the report of Mr Green of the Osborne Engineering Co of Cleveland who recently weih over the line making a prellinK 6ary survey with a view to de ermining whether the proposed ine would pay l That portion of the repott which was read to the Danville business men was very encour aging and it looks now if the road is built at all that it will come to Danville The possibilities of the line as pointed but by the engineer are most ehcouraging as the country through which it is proposed the line shall be built from Lebanon to the Cumberland river is the widest strip in the United States located in a paying territory without line of road The sec tion of country near the Cumberland river has tbousands of acres of undeveloped coal and timberlands and the engineer figures that it would require fp Lyeara sbbul l 1thealready been secured and the Aller When the nerves are weak everything goes wrong You I are tired all the time easily discouraged nervous and Irritable Your cheeks a- reSarsaparilia pale and your blood is thin Your doctor says you are threatened wfth a nervous breakdown He orders this grand old family medicine For more tban J year I hare u ed AVert Sart Anarllla In my family It Ira Brand tonic stall tlraet anda wnndertnt mtdlclne forJm pare bloodD 11 HaTcn Voun fM a bottle 11 All drunlltfor J C co Lowell let i Weak Nerves Keep the bowels regular with Aver PIUS just one pro each mih1 J committee will within a short tim6get to work to1 secure the rightof way from Lebanon to1 Perry ville ShdnldHhe road de cide to come to Danville1 it Iis earneslly hoped Boyle county farmers willencourageitall they can 1 As soun as the rights of way and some other preliminary work has been done Mr Azbell will take the matter up with capita lisfis whom he expects to build the new liner There is 1ittlec doubt however that if the line is built Danville and Boyle coun ty will have toattendto gttting the rights of way Harrodstyirg wants the road and waints it badly and while we believe tbereJ is a leaning by the company iin favo of this city it will doubt less be the longest pole that knocks the persimmon and itJ behooves our citizens not to litJ Harrodsbnrg and Burgh get ahead ofthem Messrs Azbell and Wathen went to Harrod burg to confer with the citizens there yesterday Danville Ad vocate JiTTEMPTI 1 Made by John Will Moore to Murder His Wife at I Campbellsyijle I John Will MoOfewbofor sqme timei past nadehis lomeintt thiscity last Sithrdayafternoon- tteinpted to kiljlliis wife Mrs Lillle A Moore and later tried to take his owa life The affair occurred at the home of Mr Henry Denny iin Campbellsvitler with whom Mr and Mrs MOOre were speding theday Mooses attack upon his wife was frusIl trated by Mr Denny who was inB an adjoiningVroomand heard her screams in timeto run to her as- istance She received a slight cut in the face and one across her hand but they are notaHij t erlous nature Shortly after Mrs Moore was taken from the room Moore t picked up a heavy water pitcher nearby and strUck himself over the head The pitcher was Shivered but be wa not hurt sufficiently to prevent officers from arresting him and placing 1 him in jail where he now is Jiu I default of bail Moore has several time threat i ened the life of different ones of 00Ibecamei I vent tothe home of Robert B enta1wlth whom Mrs Moorp was stttyIpk and called her to the fence When within some twenty ttve or thirty feet of where he was standing she asked what Vas wanted He asked that she come closer but she dand nei sprang over the fence toward lier with a knife in his lan Upomher promise to again live with bimand to lleave that even ing for Campbellsville tlie- eaorhyas notued vneYleft one the train that eveingJor Campbellsyille and stopped with the family of Mrt Benny Saturday at noon Moore came to the Denny horn appar ently underline influepce of liquor and going to a room went to bed About two oclock Ie- alledto his wife and when he stated that he wished to talk to herof their children she went into the pcm Instead of talk l diately mx ccused4er of began 1i otbeingIj pI nJnlCof fehe told hJmtiiatsheTwas not respon sible AidthttPt hre himself hid caused it With an path Jpldviher sHe lied and grabhtag d knife at tempted to cut her ltfiroat arid would have very probably sue teded had4t not lj4n for the promp arrival of Mr DeivnY wbOkWas in ftn adjoining room rpnd Mrs XQoohave eight childrenthree qf Wbom are mar riedknd live in this city The yeaij1debanpn I Cc8Fict1t When the body iis cleared for action by Kings New BifePilU PouCh tell it by Jthe bloom of healtn on the cheeks the bright ness of the eyes the firmoess of theiesh vand omsclee thf buoy anoy of the mind Tty thwt i At 0 J H ydont drug store X5 ceots A WAR c STOUY IR RIll IRA Incident W jch currtd iat the Battle of Uoakaut Mountain i Willisburg Ky My2 Editor NEvsLEADEReR will telfa true fiorj which happtned during the war to one of tny company boys that some of my camrads may remember He1 was a good boy but like Jiomel ohers he was a coward and I have put off telling it while he tabernacled in the flesh As 1 have said he was a good boy but chn th minnie balls bffvta ito whistle it so unnerved him that ijb was hard for him to stay iin ranks So while we were penned up at Chattanooga om short rations Ben as I will call him knew that such conditions couldl not last long and it was a difficult problem to solve how we were to get put ofourpredicament1Wit Lookout Mountain OQ the sot and Mission Ridge on the ij tand the river behind ua wawere actually in a pen Bin was fn ral enough to know tbat fojoa thing had to berdo e so Benf dt suddenly sick He would lit in hi tent all day and grunt and groan refusing la eat but hunger rorcedhlln oftat night to get something tteat and this Meiped to agree with him and he got jfat as a porker and the orderiyer gent tobk to Cutting him on duty and soon after came the ever memorable ttleof Lookout Mounjtkin and Mission Hidge With Joe Hooker on our right to scale the bights of Lookout Mountain and Sherman on theft up the riyer at the bet ofi Mission Ridge li viiig us the center to bring up a At last it cain orr time to climb the mountain Ben was still with us looking the picture of IthlWe started np the 1npan nTr dri Jot WlHays on first with ns bedding to bushes in order to wake some headway bat Ben was looking out forB n Vintereats As there was but little order in the ascent this gave Ben a chance to slip out In timing to take cover be hind a roofc wadded tree be fell in on two Confederate soldiers who were hidden in this hole It is bard to ttell which warn worst scared Ben or the Confederate soldiers anyway there mnsthave beeila Icdmpromise for as we pissed on up the mountain Ben and his prisoners Went back to our camp which was only tern ppraly left while we victotpusly slept on themountaih top f Ben- S back atcamp safely guard ing hs two prisoners I believe the reghuentdid its full duty PQ that occasion but pppr nerypus Ben took more prisoners that day than thewhole regiment it M V CRouqu Co D 10th Ky Inffc I It is difficult to cure a cough or free yourself from the dl cemforti ofa cold unless you Move the bowels Bees Laxative Heney and Tar acts OH the bowell and drives au cold ottt of the systeal Thea 4osesIts otk1ag- ect and streagtheaing Ufltieaoe upoa the throat aad hlgl For croup whooping cough colds al all Lxg and Brcraclul aftections no remedy is equal tothe original Bees Laxative B7doalPharmacy DynMiitiH risk Unless thetlaw is rtforced at f 77 4 I i L t l l f 11- IIt k j 1 f Jf t1 t and totheirffood t j r jsgood cUe can be made pofy Ajt I f 1rr ful as well as dainty must be raised wifl Ii 3 a pure and perfect baking powder RoyalBaking Powder is indijpeniabie in the preparatioQ of the highest quAy of food It imparts that peculiar tlAes4 stoetaeM and flavorf noticed finest cake hiiJcUitL JiIAIa au t and what is more mportac reoda 1Wit J food whofeane ax1agre id aiicIdd t a tf + fMWKN eoj Hew C4RtL pnc ftgafiufi pfttto1 who ate dyiiamitinjr the oiiijHf For fish will ftooa be a thinf of tb past o far as G1i1IHoK1 stem it coooernsd Ttioat rate seen to be fiitral ak tf till riyr not poly lin this comntr but in elsofl aad MEat A few mIls below Bay wick ttw river isMki t6bf a ttwct fron JM Isliof all sorts Deli JMttt billedi by terrific explosion ot- a tJa iite that shook tbe eovntrj for quite a distance and while those putties bave ooflbeesj seen others hive bMa Keen e9W4er WRVC p ff iSh Thatcftste tottbe s rlice Tbe penalty icaitMC tbe we of d jiauite ia jtreasM ol stck 7 k severe aed it k now up to the people to 1Ct Lebano Uater prise II mB TIlE OrJU1 GATAIiL frThe WdCrs OP iSt rfE Sarajs- 1w HvWlfl If U J sew ThIS early summer wbea the weatber becomes warn and sets tied iis the best tive o life wbole 1er to treat caterrhal troubles wjtk tbe erp cUtlo of complete fli1ttag relief EverycHw who bee catarrh or e tHa teadeacy to catarjrbskwi i use flyonei owfor the beoefit will be gelDed twice M qiickly s id the diseae tboroug blyerad jested from the system Ttie complete Hyosaet ofctfit cotta but owe dollar asdindftiee a aiiftt pocket infetaJer a medicine drqpper amd swMcient Hyoofeei i roe eeveral weeks treMner tTfif inhaler lasts a lifetime an Lif wore Hyomei is tfeeded extra esctmbe obliiaed for 50 c bIvia SpriBf fieM there are scores fweli known people wBo have betmcu ei of caUrrk hj By- oiifrititdoeaaot ciire yon The Radioes Drug Store 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igidos- a 1 tIIS wk f ts tiIi4SM Lwaabrsnnr gbet4 Sobell 1HE NEWSLEADER 1 SI A YftAft IN ADVAKCI r V 4 SPftINOF4BLDKY I 11 ELDATOON Jr t 1 M e pI- mI 1I1 MVH r d plltcaI tbs kM 4s M fcw nftw bsf easb lKlI SHmitbiralJupur3 i 9 j i DhIM II1rlrJIII1t 0IIeIIf j J t A rtt r V URLMAY 25 JfSJ I Uttto Attdts ArsMtrotig iis not r plo titilfr whti rjatyioe s will be IdM webch May30 jir Jiba ll W ra ilrt guest bLs tbtw Mrat JDtll Carey f t Mr lArkia White U very sick t iti rit ng Tt4 sf Mt taulbtIIgwIU t f Mr Hpllta BfciniMrs of Card f1hastbgetof Mr Ivan 1 Wtylpt72 j ifrjssjsfcalKeelUffand fam llftqfHintfeorOi visited at the i tan ol rTom Brown and W iHie SsAurdfty tttd Sunday tpr Ivan KeeHttg asd sister KssMite give a party at their t iKMiMrliedsMdaXBifht A large orowd was presentt All repdrt a INtIt 4- UTS Berth Hale who has re Miiratjl JriMa IIIinoiBapd Miss Birdie Brown of Sharps yiiie were the pleasant guests of Mr Bill Keeling aad family last k4- raBecryVandiivler and JOe Vaaieet ofHariodsburg r wore rishing In the Pleasant Sliii MihbchoQ4 last week MT JSassos Kays happened to a Tory ssrkwr accideoT last week Mile b0t at work In borne way It 11 a ot roll over his ankle IfirmHiiiif it very btdlr MoM all the farmers ground kr haT sofcltheir wool at 30 is per pound and have their ta egged at 6i cents Mr W N Keeling and family i loutt Su iywiih Mr George Shiriej at Pleasant Hill t Forest View Miss Kitty SpauldiBgof near Frttlenck towB was the guest of 4 jMTiiater Mrs Pius Nally re cently Miss Tjlli Osbprn cl sed a subscription school at Cecilville 1 IMtarclat MiN Bea nltntlof n ar Simms iowitk making quite a stay at tfce home of Sid illiamson 0Mre Gwin Harks iin company with oflsof Springfields fairest firis Miec Russell passed tbrovgh here last Sunday slop ping long eoMgh to say ho v do 1OA 4o Mrs John McClain has been sfcic several days We learn that she J improving under the pood ittPtito Dr Clarence Mudd of Springfield Jo Crrkx lot iValuable mare slew daya since Mrs Vick Smith lost a good L1k cow last week and a fine steer last Sunday They appear al to be well and in a short wbile were found dead Will Rimey l05t a mule last S Bday nighttJohn OBryan had amule to i e recently which was a great lose to him ktKi 9e flVtJn S The DePewBurdette Stock Co will play a return engagement at the Opera House corn- Haeocimg Monday May 29th TThis company played here in- November and won the hearts of the Springfield people Mr DePew atfd Burdette are both rcMveractors in their line and have spared no expense in sur rounding themselves with an ex lito company The opening Wll will beTTieLights ol Gotham fooract comedy drama Mr JleFew appesriag in the comedy rsw t Sokraon MMeg beTwl+ p 1 PuIie YaDdeyjile wilJ1 irt ett each mirfet includin t th ipremt Parisian Kalitecho abovifl new s ries- flBtoree ot 1 tech night inj riiti A grand bar- M WDA bagfyn Wed iN WWH MiN MiN llun liMMHH IL cwsFromThc Gcu I t bt ytiarf4t Jilf p 1tttIe CaitY c pt d11t RpIte by ur CSfl pi4st Jft ftftI = Valley Hill iJ fJ Miss Sue Egerton pne pf HUlsboros most highly accom ur1niidstrewiwing the nandsume church at peaetQtl Gjove h4 struck a P9orrpllc forJtaoney when she arrived here but nevertheless she saysber work proved satis factory We wish hersuccessin hot undertaking Mr Harry Derringer visited friend jiear Mooresville Thi rs day iipi tSIll Griigsbi was in our mid t Thursday eight y Mrs M W Seay of OaK Hill has been at her fathers bonlQ at Bay View the past week r L M Gregory and little drfbgh ter Annaljaura visited relaiivDes near Samuels Saturday aidnday IRobertLit spent Wednesday night iin this community E 0 Pinkston of Poortbwn was in our midst Thursday in the interest of local busiriesa1 Lucieff Pinkston and wif ot nsartHilIsborp visited relatives in this vicinity last leekI Chas Lewis wife and charm i ing daughter vlsjted eldttves near Litsey Saturday and sun- day n Harry Derringer spent Satut day night arid Sunday Wltq hisi brother OfbthlSplacesday where she was examined by Drs Robards Hyatt for afcom plication of diseases Mr EUjahFaras of lojores villejvisited tne family of Mr placeSupdlYHost all the farmers ins this section are progressing finelywith their crops which are looking1 fairly well at present The cut worms hive given much trouble this season by cut ting tobacco and corn + Severall are plowing their corn and tobacco while others have only be gan replanting and yet nave ito finish setting J Mr Dcglas Royalty has removed his saw mill to tbe farm ofs P Derringer where he will saw several thousand feet of oak and beech luner for air Der ringer and many others who hauled logs to the yard The saw men have one of the most up to date dwellings ever yet mounted upon wheels which can be moved to the different sets This is a grand improvement and several suggest building houses is such a manner to enable them to keep up with their worJr J The building of tobacco barns a1mostever1farml large barn and raise a large crop of tobacco The outlook is for an extra large crop of tobacco acd the price is being predicted- at a very low figure Mr Henry Reed and wife of Wilhsburg were in our midst Sunday to see Mrs Montgomery who is yery ill at this writiq S P Derringer iis in our midst this week m the iinterest pf his byDouMr Will Thompson and fami ly of Litsey were in olzr midst Sunday ClydeReddicks here Sunday Your correspondent bad The pleasure of making a trip to the flourishing village of Moores ville Saturday It is enough to make almost awe strichen to see the sudden awakening of that place Just think three stores a blacksmith shop and several handsome dwelling Bouses That is enough to make them vain w For all kinds ofgood ione grade only and that the best Io SS Mrs Amstnda Goatley of this e3buganthe misfortupe of breaking her r arab i IA large crowd assembled at tho school house last Thursday O bear the gospel as preached1 By Rev Williams of your town who delivered a very strong sermon on We mus beborn again The crdwd was orderly with the ex ception of a few who stoOd enoigltb One of the most cowardly act J ever committed in this sectiont- OOk place one night last week When Mr Sate Hardin had turfled his horses out upon thi road to go to the pasture at Mr Slam Tuckers and they had justI reached the fence an unknown inebriate came up the road I1 he bad just escaped from the asylum pulled his gun and shot one of the horsesin the peel pausing him to fall in a branch near by where he struggled almost all night blood runningi for almost 50 yards This should be investigated and the perpe pinwontlosingl almost all of his blood the horse is yet alive Jrf UNO Texas + Mr Reed Brown and wif of Marion county were hire Tues day 1 RJ Youpg and wifeweicat the hospital in Lebanon Tues idjay Mr Young went to be treated for catarrh Mr Dabon and daughter of yMrpabonJ D peterS anawlfe aie visiting relatives Iin Nelson county The following were at the home of Mr 0f R GlaybrcpW and wife Sunday John 6ffut and wile of Bloomfield J R 24rsWaSam Kimberlin made a flying trip to Louisville Sunday Jffcj Rev R L Purdom preaojb jii an excellent sermon to a large audience at Bethlehem Sunday vr Miss Bessie Cochran of Ma non county was the pHeasj nt guest of Hattie Arnold Sunday Mrs IJ 0 Gillispie andI daughter of Mackyille were at the home of J R Noel Sunday Messrs Dock Brady and Charles Wise were at High Bridge Sunday r Mr Mat Isaacs and wife of Gravel Swiich visited at the home of J W Gordon Sunday Mrs Virgil Bobitt of Leblinon and Miss Frances Litsey of rMrsr Miss Mattie Lee KiplberliuQui popular seamstress is at the Campbelltbisweek braMdhisday Those present were his brother James his three sons Gqrdonr Springfield Mesdames To ie Peterson Nett Arnold lIce Gordon and Miriam Brady ARe Jigious service was conducted in aprdoinvery muchIMildredf the eighteen months old child of T B Gortdpn pn last Friday got to a can containing coal oil and drank part pi it which caused her to suffer in tersely and which would havet proved fatal hatishoeerrelieyed W iTe iI Kurfees Painff I paih- tingmadein at- veryfastgaitandyellingasthougl That good Paint represents the best P aii 11 Valu mone that Crn tff buy J i i TsThe Safesta PaW tto use because every gallon is guaran i teedjby the manufacturer as Well as the dealers A t Qta s Covering Cap aciy Long est Wearing Quality Most Beau iful in t A All th ie you 2etin 4 peeKH PAINT f tTht Go PlJt I w for Sal by fheMCr6s 0rug Stare SPRINGFIELD KY MUDf Hqstpf pur farmers are through plan ingcorn A few however are little behind time but are hustling tofinish this week Ji AL Troutman attended County Court Monday histnOOn Dr J Nr Shehan and wif were iin Springfield Monday shopping t wifesdinr1tier unday Mrs Jennie Bar low and son Mr Jno Virgin l1eandtiaughier Miss Josie Messrs Gilbert Donahoe and eIWe are glad to report Mr Albert Shehan as very much im proved Miss Stella Wakefield had a her guests Friday night Misses Flora Stallard and Lill Shehan Mrs Julia Huston of Louis Ville cqptinues the guest of Miss Anna Jones We wish to correCt i ltlistak 9 of ust week in saying that Miss Giftaam accompanied Mia Eva SharpsvIIleAcertaln misjtaker CbH1esSh han delivered abouji 150 bushels of wheat to Jrboe J Yampell this week Pr e 1 Some of our farmers are surely tletArnold has made a number of sales of hisriding plows Childrens day Will be cele brated at New Hope church the tiintbon third Sunday evening and at MtZion on the fourth Sunday Miss Rebecca McWhocter ant Mr Henry Wells of Springfield yisted the latters sister a Mooresville Sunday Misses Lydia and Hallie Hpstori were in Bloomfield Friday ylsitinifrfldsg g commencement exercises fy i Mr JNathanial Bricken was in Lebanon FridayI Mackville RoseIden thlsweek la4iesIfand Saturday Carlislert i home decoptionIinan3from7r torThe ladies of the Christian church realized quite a nice sum from their court day dinner News reached here yesjerday ShewIHe was the son of Uriah Shew maker No par iculafs given Rev Overstreet filledftis regular appointment SundaXafter coq1muniontday dWIIIIbup Mrs Mary Hughes attendedI church at Mackville gdjy Homer Hughes IS at rom Springtleld l where h 1PIl n engaged as night l hpne operator i1Mr Ed Birch wifnt kttle son Charles Cecil jkere guests at Birchwood last Weekt Mrs Amanda Hytt whp has VHyatturned home JfMr W S Gibbs and wife at tended church at PJeasait Grove last Sunday If t Mrs Fanny Sheley aVjd Miss Belle Birch were in Springfield Monday Mrs William Wells arid chil driSn have returned frbm Law ronceburg where tbebave been the guests of Mrs Fliik Mitch ell Mr Everett Keelngand Miss Myrtle Sutherland attended church at Fairvlf w last Sunday Mrs J R mMv ifed her mother Mrs MttWtfBircb last Friday Mr Richard Piokiton and wile were guests at the Mme of Mr John Grider Qaturdity and Sun day Mrs Susan Anne Cheatham visited her son MfiW P Cheat ham of BrooksvilieKlMt week Mr Kent Rogers and wife were at Ffnwick this Week Hreokenrldgehas side of his father Mr RC fNrjf ted Mr T J Trent and family at Pleasant Grove Sunday Mi Ale McllVoy iis with bePuMtMri Mollie Noel this week MftSc Iiioss f M arws pf this OIIJP ql Democratic Cindldafc r The P1OWII1 gentleman were j declared the nominees of their party fprthe respective county offices at the Democratic primary teld1n Washington county Au belvotedbel For Cqunty Judge B Ii Litsey 1For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker RepstnttiveW D Ulaybrooke orSheriffJ S Osbourne Supt of SchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W DeputyeFor CoronerJ M Montgomery ty I are about through planting corn reroJlarDJessie Robertson and charm ing sister Myrtle and Miss Barker of East Texas visited the MissesGoodfett Saturday nighti and Sunday Ernest and Clyde Goatley of Valley Hill were in our midst Sunday afternoons Miss Lola Goodlett of Pleasant CrcKe spent Saturday night with her parents at this place Misses Terie and Lucv Barlow visited thaMisses Gray Saturday Aicht and Sunday Ezra Gppdlettand Shelt Mont gomery were in your town Sat urd y Pleasant Grove i Mr NatThcmpsdn and mother were in Lebanon last week to see James Thompson who is at the McChord Infirmary J Byon Parks will go to Louis villa Friday to buy horses A strawberry supper will be given at the home of Mr LM Gregory Thursday night June the 1st for toe benefit of the Pleasant Grove churl a n d we will very muchi appreciate a large attendance from all neighboring communi ties Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory will leave Tuesday for an extendedI visitto friends in Lexington andI Paris i Messrs Gebrge Robertson and Wm Thompson of SpitingfieldI wqre here Stfnday afternoon James R Noe and wife andI spentdutidaywife A nice Sunday Schoql has been organized at the Poo Town schoolhouse with Mr Superintendent this organization and success It will meet Sunday afternoon at 3 o clock Thursday is the Iday set to clean up the church and stretch the carpet preparatory to receiving the new pews Mrs Moore of Strington iis visiting her son Mr Jas F Gregory sparklesisglittlers is not gold Come to the Grove and see Cardwell As your most excellent piper is without representation from this place if iit is agreeable on all sides I would like tohave the pleasure of Butting Into yoyr interesting circle A word about our little vil lage The area of the city if city you would call it does not extend beyond a reasonable limit Our city would riot be classed as first or second as regards populatjon but we aim to make up for what is lost in certain ways for example little placefairlyl There is preaching atMtFreedom and Cornishville the second Saturday and Sunday in each month at Mt Ereedem 11 oclock A Mv and Ccrnishville on Saturday 280 PMandSunday 11 A M Pastors Revs Hi P Hatchett and Garrett bytheoclock P M Sa urdav and 11 INDIGESTIONS KECORJ your1adigeitlon pre8a11tcltIndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat lag keartfatlure in its ghastly harvesttCYotI riad hi the papers daily ofappar t CBtlr kealtay and even robust men being lAddealy attacked with acute indigestion after enjoying a hearty meat and otheirsdyiae ia before a physician could be cIiafii J CThk should be a warning to you who y suffer with regular or periodical attacks ol ia1Zigeitioa If these Unfortunate vicpti01aC1Iteiadi tion had take aIpall dote of Greta a August Flower be fore or after their meals they would ot- kirefIlea a prey to suck sudden seizures 4A rtMower prevents iadifestion by l te upltilel ipthesi4irefTwdsinf ud 750 All draRisfc For sale at Haydtns rbarla DII E E L Imake YourrAome Cornforfebfe tjJ fr And Affracfwe II i 1 H i f j m In order to dso you should have attractive Eurmture f m Visit my store and take a look at my stock II 1 ttmmakingaspeI spemRockers in all styles m pinircgChairs m Chairs atfrom 125 Iup fri Leave your order m for a new Carpet o- rI r handsome R Ug I1 Samples of all the latest designs gsell1 Screen cheaper than J and L4 good quality I i v W1 1 LEACMMAfN THE MAN 1 6 j 1BBBAgentforE- XINGTON1 MAVENH AUN DRY Basket leavesMonday night returns Friday night- Firstclass work guaranteed A M Sundays on the third Saturday and Sunday Prayer Meeting Sundayat 8 oclock PM We also have afc weeklev Prayer Meeting at the school house every Thursday night Sunday School at Cornishvill at It oclock A M MrClarence Ashby a young man of Greens Chapel and Mis Bertha Keeling a well known 1and respected young lady of Tatham Springs waref married Wednesday evening the 17th at fumrmers at me After ceremony the young couple rn turned to the home f the bride where a bounteous repast was served to their many friends They will reside at the home of the grooms father Mrs S 0 Milton of Har rodaburg was visiting friends here Sunday and attended church at Mt Freedom Rev Summers was called Thursday to conduct the fun lal services of the litTle daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm Matherly and Saturday of Mr John Bot tom both at Deeps Creek The summons of God must be obeyed Watch therefore for ye know not the day neither the hour wherein the son of man cometh Mrs Mobley is quite ill with heart trouble We have noted among tIe correspondents a demand or lather discussion about the roads a very good question to dJs uss Some one told us about inspectors being appointed and paid S750 a year salary to look after the condition of our roads If theinspector for this end of the county whose nanje we learn is Shirp would live to his name he had better look at cur pikes opt of both eyes Mrs Dessie Vorkersof Illinois who has been visiting here fort home time will return home Tuesday She illbe accompanied by her father Mr John Lambert and grandmother Mrs Baker The following sales have beenIImade here recently 80 head of sheep with 17 lambs bought by Perkins Holiday for 125 andI sold to Sanders Norton Co for i135 E T Perkins if Robt Baker horse fcr 75 Loui SaHee sold a yearold horse fo- rl0owG Sin JsIt suckling colt for 50 and B Lawson bought 2 hogs weighed 415c pounds t5 cints Mrs Mariah Liv visited her daughter Mrs Arthur MoMuJlib of near Rose HiJ Saturday and Sunday We trust thereaders are notr wearied with us already and we will close for this time as we intend to send some scrappings t from this plfce tothe Nes Leader quite oilen Should anj one desire to address us we wHI Iasigni pur unworthy name as SJwhich is equal to Simple Soon A GnarrnW Care For Piles d1tchingtrddlng Piles Druggists refunt money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case no matter of bow long in 6 to If days Fin t application giveh ease and rest 54c Ji thourtamps and it will tie forwarded post aid by Paris Medicine Co 8JI LouU Mo ANTiOCH ini FevOC Allen iled 9iJrIll l r appo hut a1 Fair view church Sundaj Hid pre eh My Special 3OO Oak Rock r daughter J NOW isthU J buy Porch Furni ChairsSettees Rockers J I sejlingfi fj r Roorh Ilfbrought Springfield = Doors anybody ofr FURNITURE BBBD a JAMBSACOX i r 4 SUMMR LUXURIES l Among them nothin the PERFECTION vVickless Blue Flame 9ilIIStove XT t LAheadofanOill II Garden I 1j2S all fixtures and of tte qnality111 t J stand wear teat x llIde Oream Freezersa We make a lea er ofthe Wonder tei Is positively best and always gives satisfaction Refrigerators r I KPvjf In all sizes both zinc linedi 1 The one of the etetnd I J See our Apoilo Washin Machine tthe housewifecanElo Own work with one of these maefiinest A ftill line of NICKLE PLATEDtj ii and ENAMELED Eitclien Waie McEIroyjShuitz If i tff rl The First National Bank u 1t1 i SPRINGFIELD KY t t SGapjral 530000 tj8 Surplus and Undivided Profits 250OO s a L iI ajajOFFICIRSBI VlcePrcsidynt1 i McElroy Cashier Cain Assistant it E IIA Footer BookKeeper B II latsey J W Lewis Sidney drcea Fi U Caiap bell R H Edel n IL M Grundy John b Polm I gTTpnti every favor consistent with safe b kl IYoQr busi ness respectfully solicited S U Ied avery interestlrg sermon ti a well filled house Dr Mr Neal Drury and sister Miss Hannah had quite a arrow escape from being kilted one day last weetr They werf driv Eng along tthe pike not far from Kirkland when two dogs got In 0 a fight almost under the horses feet whch so scared thE horse that it ran away throwing tne occupans out of the buggy 01 tbe pike Miss was painfully but not serioUsly hurt Mr Drury was thrown on his head and painfully tfurt He was taken to a near by1 house ind at presentis getting nicely 0 Mr and Mrs Jkke Snider quite a number of their friends at dinner last Fri day InextendedW Walls of the Pleasant Grova neigbborhod W1ii Trent and Miss Ora and T fTrentSrattFnd church at Fairview Sunday The following person were a Mr H Satlerl s Sunday Dave Barnett and wife and James Borsep and Capt John has bolted e ticket and is running fan hi dependent race for Magistrate inIl the cut off district in Anderson county He claims fraud and unfair treatment Well Captain who ever expected anything fair an election ooxssNs r i r Jh fi1 Lure d jJ T l I lth some I of the han lomest J Bed Suits Il ever to L rI equals HoseWith Iwill and which the on the market enam Sltka her t I L13 Cashier We g Drury along nteitained family Barnett r m 0 j fdS letiI frIllClltiJ r Pursuant follu Ord ill De IS8V iied by the pity CounciLpf the It city of Spririgiieia ij IlfiQOtlISaturday May tteTth 1906 offer for stile att courthouse door in SprmgfieW Ky tothe V j highest andlbest bidder at public onitcry atf oclocjf ptBf or thereabout l franchise or privi 1 lege to erect operate and mainj i tainu telephone exclinge einj i1 bracing central oeapparstsII telephone poles fixtures cabes lili1tand wires along through over ii X and under the streets nlkJtIIJ Jr and alleys ol the city of Springi ifft field Ky oft the terms anl edit difcons as settMIt iiii the ord JftJ 7 Inancecr ettihrMid fra ch pl O Fr i etLtL K Spriitge i illtt lr1 i iii jiSl3looL PO5O4a Cpd up to f r wards LhIit caseg di rIJ E tBf BU Psiae h iffI1HyijurectrtailOJ if swelled up lljirtt b1oodois Buekl eg 4riii l tlI- OUi WM JiQ d 11er ai1tel j worldfor jVbusao soi e it C J Bsydons trtoe kUdJel t fWt Pb i =hw SoW bj Hey t lL it DUE mmMI- IMETr DeNT1- Ti1WUTIACTED 1 iIThOUT PAINII 4icRlk ip rtftlfli 8PKIKGLD Y- 4fl = P ntl Work Strict Fir8tct CDRc 1 i pQJaora Mei i W F GR1GSBY rATTbftNEY AT LAWS me rt sko- f pjoF1ZLD XY per JfB KOBAXDS s M W TYArT 1 tHVATTaIIIAiDS tt yi1c i ui krgeiis cots Oce Mxt to Corks Once r AM 8QRAVESce PRACTICAIs 7 litduUker aid Jeweer c CrrtN V line of Watches mocks MM Jewelry Repairing a Spe d ltjr Jocated on Main Stree oppboittPresbyteriat church Springfield Ky = co Jrt f I PRACTICALCI DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barbed JJental work atroasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY aLJO lURE DIRECTOR ooDUCOSEDQiUUIEI TEtEPHONE DAY1gNIQHT 74 t SPRfflGFIELl IIIn 4 Railroad Schedule Following is tletime schedule non in effect on the Eardstown anjct SpringtiQld branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at- AiO p m Bardstown Junction pmjtr No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 a m Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am nrrivee at LouisyJUe 755 am No 43 Leftves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am I arrives at Springfield 1240 pmI No44LeaveS Springfield I72Q pm Brdstown 230 pm BaVdstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm J No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am i Bards town Sam Bardstown Junction 845 am J arrives at Louisville ft35 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6pm Bardstown Jiaoction 650 pm Bardstown 735 p arrives at Springfield 825 pm WaNted Men and Women in this and adjomidg counties for home or l traveling work representing and 4 J advertisirjg toe Wholesale and Educational Departments of an olu esta 1 shed Manufacturing House Salary 1350 per day With expens4s advance d Rig v furnished ivhen necessary posir tion permanent references ex changed Address B ew Brothers Co HOme Dept Chicago Ills 374 TlGtrB ioU 1igDie iay keLxative IJremo Qui nie ts All druggists refuad the monet it fails to cute 15 W Grove nature is on each box 25c lYerjrtbis j you eat will taste good IdO good if you Uk Rings Pyg iia Tabletl Sokl by Haydoni linacj Mt1atierPibi son jtJBfctcd with Pile should r eful at thte MM of tbe year rather ad bad drlklug water lute to the cowditkm which iies mow 11111 ami danger PeWiUV WtCI H51 I he pain drawl out the aorni i n Get the genoin bearing of E C eWittt CO SoW utta ugijaois i TOWN w NHHHwwww HHIiH HNfirWW Local HaplMtnlnis oT Interest i The Frtthtst arid J LttII AlUtoiit Y urel Friends and Acquaintance MMMMMME Salt Rising bread at Jno 0 Id4lSha s ti the Rice 5 cents a pound a1fJno Shader i 300 nice bog jowls at5cfpertb bund at1amp ll safWe pay cash for poultry eggs andfeathers at Campbells Wanted hams shoulders side meat at Jno C Shader s Good flour guaranteed at 70c but sack at Campbellser Nice large dry Irish potatoes 60c a bushel at Campuells ISee our spring m tt ssesse and rockers at Campbells Try Jno C Shader for gro Every thing nice and fresh of About 20 gallons nice sorghum seed left at lOc a gallon at Campbels If you want the best buy OldstJ stJHonestyt sole agent See our jOc counter of gold band glassware Its nice at yet Campbells t Pure country sorghum mosses and apple vinegar at Jno of Shaders of One first class bicycle for sale Puncture proof tire on sama at Campbells If you want a nice country ham remember 1 have it any size ny pride C W Hagan Call Phone 116 for fruits vegetables and groceries Free delivery Jno C Shaded Dont go anywhere 4lse when of you wantta good buggy whip except Campbells grocery T Dudley Tapp has bought of Mrs Nancy Walker a house and lot on Grundy Aye Price private The teachers and pupils of the Sprinfigeld Graded school are picnicking at Fredericktown today If any time you want s me thing good to eat call or phone and it will be sent to you at once C W Hagan The ladies of the Christian church M ckville realized about 85 from their dinner served here on county court day Nowis the time to sell your bacon and hams Remember IL pay the highest market priceJ cash if prefured C W Hagan When you have anything to sell find dontwant to trade it up remember I pay cash More money than goods C W Hagan 11As you pass by stop and get t one of those bottles of Fehrs J Malt out of the ice box If you get one you will want them all1 1H C Wj Hagan The summer season iis on and it is hard to keep butter nice but you know I amthe ice man and always have it firm and Imce Grw Hagan At the examinatione of county teachers heldlast week Henry Wells received the highest general average of 91 Joe Wycoff was second with 86 While in the basement of her home Sunday Miss Lizzie Leach man stepped On a nail thatpen trated tBe sole of her shoe almost through her foot inflicting fci painful and dangerous Wound The ladies of the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian give b strawberry cgurchwillli homeof L M Gregory on Thrs dayevenmg June 1st Admiss ion 25c Its for the benefit oft the church WANTEDA well known party to act as agent for the best known and best selling line of Automobiles in the world A liberal discount offered Address W B L 561 Third St Louisville Ky Mr FM Shewmaker a well known citizen of the Hillsboro neighborhood had his ariD broken between the wrist and elbow Tuesday by being kicked by a vbone Mr Shewmaker was driving some horses in from a pasture when he was kicked by one of the animals TOPICS I IMM i Nr J L Allen and family were called to Elizabethtown first of the week by the deathofMr Allens aged father who was a well known citizen of f place and who died Monday a protracted illness The crowd in toWn on Bounty urtdaywas hardly up to the average in size and thelive stOc- kmarketlas extremely dull Some milch cows and a good many plug horses were offered there was a scarcity of buy The Young Ladies Missionary Society met at Mrs Will tllark home on the Lebanon pike yesterday afternoon After the lesson and business of the sott ciety were disposed of the hostess served delicious refreshments andafterward took a kodak view the society I S M Campbell the auctioneer reports the sale on last Thursday of Clark Brosas baingJ He also reports the le of Otho Adams Live stock sold well considering the stock Theywere very poor in fleshj j a very good grade Qf stockjj The Bowling Green papers last week containeda long account the presentation by the pupils the Potter College of the play The Rivals at the Opera House that place In writing of the characters in the ply the critic in one of the papers says lBob Acres the Rival made a splendid countryman in theC planning little figure of MissI Margeinele Graham who showed decided talent for the stage in her mad cap desire to fight a duel it Miss Graham is a daugh ter of Mrs Elizabeth Graham this place and finishes her cjburse at Potter College this year Died In Louisville Robert Irvine Cabell aged 21 years and a brother of Miss Bettie Irvine of this place died last Saturday night at St Josephs Infirmary Louisville after an illne3S lasting about one year The funeral services were conducted by Rev Leander M Wood of the Warren Memorial church Louisville and were at tended by the following brothers and sisters of the young man Misses Bettie Irvine of Springfield and Sue Irvine of Lebanon who is a twin sister of the de ceased Messrs Joe and Gabe Irvine of Knoxville and Lee Irvine of Macon Ga Another brother George of Macon was Jobe present The de ceased was a son of the late Mr lGabe Irvine of Lebanon who was a brother of Mrs A C Mc Elroy of this place Being left an orphan when quite young he was adopted and reared by John Cabell of Louisville apd assumed the name of Cabell He was a young man of fine character and good prospects in llife He grad uated two years ago frojn the Louisville High School and was studying medicine when strick with The illness which termina ted fatally Court Convellesi 9 The regular May term of the Washington Circuit Court con vened here Monday with Judge Tl1urmiti on the bench Not ing was done on the first day be 1yond organizing the juries Judge Thurmans instructions to the Grand Jury were strong and full the dutiejs of that body be forcefulemanner ldThe followingcitizens compose IiT IE1I j I I ifthe Grand Jury Thos J Graves foreman AS Johnson Lee Willitt E S Mayes J D Barker Henry Scott H P Chesser Daniel Rogers J W Tucker J R Smith F F Mudd Si H Bishop The Petit Jury is made up as follows Frank Yancey Marshal Smith W H Duncan John Cutsinger C L Brady H J Brown Samuel Nally Polin Edelen J W Willett Aaron Murphy GT Mayes W G Simms T M Badgett J L Barber J R Wharton J F Gregory FankArnold RB Hatchett James Goatley R C Boblett I N Hardin SamuelI rood The dockets fcre light there being few cases of importance to be tried The Commonwealths docket has occupied the court o far and the following icaseS haye been disposed of Seymore Ter rell was tried for detaining a woman against her will and after the evidence was heard the court gave preemptory instructions to jury to find the defendant not guilty Will Hatchett charged with carrying concealed a deadly weapon was tried and found not guilty Btftler Welsh was given 20 and costs for disturbing re ligious worship John H Spratt c vanaugh Pinkston and JOhnj Armstrong were tried for ting the fish and game laws by seining and the jury returned a verdict of not guilty wade Mc Murtry oJLeolor confessed to a fine of 25 and ten days in jail for carrying concealed a deadly weapon and was tried for stealing corn from Jack Mullicans corn field and given thirty days in jail David Hood for furnish ing liquor to a minor was given 50 and costs Tefcacca Business The American Tobacco Co closed out its business for this season at this place last Satur day and the figures on the sea sons business are as follows Number of pounds received and handled during the season 2550I 000 for which Was paid 235000 Paid out for warehouse labor 4 800 The increase over last year in number of pounds re ceived is 320000 and the increase over the first year the Continen tal Co did business here is 1 450000 pounds The Continental or American Tobacco Co has paid to the farmers of Washington county in the four years it has been doing business here about 600 000 in round numbers The estimated number of acres of tobacco planted in this county fouryears ago is put at 2500 acres while it is estimated that between 4000 and 5000 acres were planted in 1904 The entire crop for last year isr estimated by well pbstecj tobacco men at 4000000 pounds STRAWBERRY SOCIAL Saturday May 27 A strawberry and ice cream social will be given in the lecture room of the Presbyterian church next Saturday afternoon and night TJjhe public is cordially invited = fCiNAL- Mis louise Medley is quite sick r iMr Logan Bosley of Lebanon was here Sunday Mr Joe S Claybrooke was in Louisville Sunday I Mr Roy Fenwick of Lebanon was over yesterday C W Hagan spent Sunday with friends in Lebanon Miss Lula Campbell was in Louisville last Saturday 1Dr W C Grigsby of Bards town was in town Monday Mr Fetter Steele of Louisville was in town Wednesday csscwi sssWhen YouFeel r AH Fagged Out Ii Take VJMALTSIt is Natures cure for 4 5 5that tire l feeling When you are run down and feel mor bid and discouraged you need something to revive your enegy and courage Get a bottle ot LIMTLTI 4 lake part of it when you go to bed and the rest in the 4 4 4 immediatelyr4 4 4 5 food Get a dozen bottles take at least one a day and 4 you will be restarted to your old self again 4 HA YDONS DRUGSTORE f L iiGre n l if Ih Death I 4 The value of Paris Green de yv pends upon its filling power i Thats whatyo q buyit for An l inferior quality is dear ajt any Price v itf Our Paris Green 1 l is bought direct from a leading manufacturer Its purity and tstrength are guaranteed Buying i j direct we are able to make the price right Any less price will it be the dearest kind of a one v J OUP Price 2Qc L b I Red Cross Drug Store if DR PRICE W WELLS Owner j IIThe NNew Uvery Stable conducted by BOBUTl EISOB BROWN It is fully equipped for business with new rigs and safe land fUt horses A spare of the public patronage is solicited and our endeavor iis to please tw First Class Equipment For Traveling Salesmen Main Sir topposite Opera House Phone 5 0 8 Mr H E Walter and James Graves were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Harry Brown and wife of J Lebanon wer in tdwn yesterday Mr Fred Hag is imprpvlng nicely and will soonbe out again MiElise purrett is tha guest of her sister Mrs M W Hyatt Mrs Joe S Claybrooke spent Sunday with her parents at Bardstown Mrs Nannie Silerof Lancas ter is visiting her sister Mrs Joe Pettus v Mrs J H Lampton returned Saturday from a visit to relatives st Leitchfl ld 4 Miss Willa Knott is in Louis ville in the interest of her milli nery business Mrs S B Thompson Jr has been quite sick but issomewhat better at present Mr Columbus Craycroft of Meade county is visiting Mrs Charles H M lntire Mrs Sallie Hamilton of Fred erickstown is visiting friends jn town Miss Jennie Redding returned to Lebanon at the close of her school Mrs annie Sheely and Miss Belle Birch of Willisburg visited MrsM W Hyatt Monday Mr Charles H Mclntire and daughter Corrine have gone to Meade county to visit relatives Mr Proc Kelly and MissVirgie Creal of Lebanon were in our town Sunday Dr Crawford and Miss Nancy McElroy of Lebanon visited friends hre Tuesday Mr GLen SpaldIng of Louis yule jis visiting his brothel BA Spalding and C W Hagan The many friends of Mr Felix Hamilton will regret to learn that he is no better Miss Mary Julia Muir of Bloomfield is the charming guest of Mrs T D Wells irsNimrod pusterof Burgin is the guest of her daughter Mrs J a RoBards j Dr Richard RoBards of Athertonville was here Sunday and Monday Mr W C Rogers andwife of Lebanon visited Mrs Hagan the first of the week Mr Robert Thompson and son Stanley are visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Sallie DedrickfromWest Point is visiting relatives and friends intown and count Mr and Mrs J R Durrett of Bloomfield visited their daugh ter If rii MtW Hyatt Monday M Hrs Yarrett and Wallace McElroy were guests of Judge Thurman and wife last Sunday Mrs Clarence Cherryof OaICa l Miss bas arrived to spend the summer with ber father Mr W ERay Mrs W A Colvia of Buds town is vkiting her te Pifof Cblvin fend daughter Mr j ud 1leyTapp f t s Hauling Done by the day or ontract Mr Lev Brown and wife were called to Fairfield Tuesday on account of the serious illness of Mr Browns brother Mrs Charlotte Vawter J 6f Indianapolis arrived Tu day1 and is with Aunt Mary ThjSnp son at presQtit Mr John Vreeland and wife of Louisville were guests of Mr C C McChord and wife the first of the week Mrs Sallie Burdell And Jlrs Cecelia Barber of Bardstown were the guests of friends and relatives here list WEe1 Mrs J B Mahon and Mrs John BrQwneiJr of Lebanon visited the family of Mr E S Mayes last Friday Mr Herman Mudd and sister Miss Flora spent Sunday wih their brother Dr Mudd at HowardstowB Mr John Offutt and Wile Visi tedher parents Mr JRClay brooke and wife at East Texts last Saturday Mud Sunday Mesdames E S Mayes Sid ney Green Barry R Thompson Jake Kimberlin and W F Booker were guests of Mrs Nat Campbell yesterday Mr D L Payne living on Bardstown piker is quite ill ot pneumonia Dr Kelly of Leba non was called in consultation with RcBards and Hyatt yester day An autograph postal received by MrH M Grundy announces the arrival of Mr Hugh McEl rOy and wife of Kansas City in Plymouth l ndThe1 will travel extensively in Europe this summer Mr M LSearcf anddaufh ter Ethel Mr TD Wells and Dr John M Spaldinir ate in at tendance at the State Conclave of Knights TempUr atRichmond being held Wednesday Thursday and Friday oli this weekI Lieut David Litsey of this place who is now instructor of the Kentucky State Guards will act K Batallioti Adjutant during the Confederate reinicn la Lou isville He will help Col Ben nett H Young to form the parade liken lp 1On my place the day after the election last November anQld- red cow The owner can have same by paying lor iits keep andl for this advertisemeat 19at L M BEEP fillllpM Bill WM f tttac bloated t And his tpague was muchly c tei Patent tonie wouldntcRkIM Compaaleawolfi1Bot laI Mrkh- All his fm 4 were blly fdf hteed But their Hpiritsoio ns e Ifehteaed For Bill MMaAditk TMliilved 1181 EARLY RMER pU nWtW Ww SeW bf all DfHggMM YH can apply ittZa4IM r where the pal1 It k wt UH i e lapW tabwltk sazk atUcJtanat t for iHtrodncipf it Kaka atof pall lintaabaad tINS all kttU W b1IbI LaIe1I a14Fo441ia r UNjWi by Isydai 1secy mIl1 IN K 6o Q A1bIU tr 8 FridayMO 1idal I t UI We Trill place on sale a lot pf l wuiirhicb fo mi1saM i 11 for lOc and iSo and let them go at 5 5c k1Ci i lPer yard until sold out t9tipiIfIf otf Laces at UW5atpCbYal j1 Some Laces in this lot are worth double the price III 1 I will not last long at this low price j The Choicest Things can be tOJlA 1 here in all kinds of Thto ttf 4 g Dress GoodBI I t t iHei Parasols Fans Jj t 8 Hand Bigs eojDlEt r tj ROBERTSON BROS GOOGooo oO IJ I t 1 1Jt rkkgdIHats tot Men 1 14 trSLOW Webv JL oorm J r piete line rf Use kit 1 tapes in bets for fiemenc1ebratedwanbraM 1i we have a new iai r ot Alpine IIrSH Panamas Outiag- CpsndobrMt I Prices to Suit AH t H i See our neW 4id fresh line of SkIsJjWW- llt includes the Monarch negligee the ratnous the I best 50 cent Shirt on themaikct r We call especial attention to 6ir JI af ij summer Underwear fur Men Wcbtrs die i j quality and the assortment 3 H 4 If you are contemplating a trip tiiis Siammw 9 let us sell you one of our newtet dreM suit l3 1tJ11I a I tL w I Peoples Deposit Bank PISP1LL KYi r MANlzaaaN1i It trCplt1 5OS tm srplus IHlPnftt OFFICERS Geo D Rob rUQ8 FrMUc H I LThYkePrM det lA Boulware Oall Cfcje X JfcC14j AMiataat Qukkf A Cia t B ricKttyer DIRKCTORSdGeo D KoberUfeai IH HHMIM 1It W Ifi tai tf CIiHayaOft 3etterly T LaidIet 3 IWf I a a a u gThe Springfield Meat tbtJ li- l m FTcox COPrfarts A- iIml iistheplacetobuyonly the beet MU of all kind batk m fresh and salted 111 N FISH AND OYSTERS 1111111I W 111LrrpId l t h4n iCt t i lhlthlt and l jlfIJ heMJqu W11 t l ItI Li BhI NA- beatsbswuow aM F1er 1 7 fjesves EJ ETCoxaCoI- s ifl tf prt mHoP1EIA XYdP iit- itfltiflti tfItiw It fltifltifltifltirz s 4 4 r vi CITY ORDINAN 1k QpitMiies ixrW Pufpoe el Grant me a Fmnchiit for a ftofi hne j f1tmtk vJJi2 WiFf itA 17 t i J rt y Tht CJttr Council of the City i C C BvtId Wsbington- i l JHite yof Kwituck j does 1i Ifl Jofloiprs ni t iTst thre is hereby D r a d and e4olished a Iran 1it1i ehi eor privilege to erect oper f 1 1 ate And BMMfttini telephone J exchange embracing central oMopappttrfttiMk bewpfione poles 1 flxlMirtsft cablet and wires along i Mwr6 fh over and under the Ladewalks and alleys off ff WiJoini of Springfield Ken i 1 r 2 The said franchise or continue for the years from knd fIIbIl the same shall f purchaser of said sWnhBit Of pt vilege may assign f rinUMitr tbe Mme i I Sec 4 Said polesl fixtures fy c4Dd Wirei shall be erec iii lad sad mainUiBedi in a subtan II Qd wotnllk manner Mid potoeihall beneatly painted i 1btJl be tx located as not to p laMBsie with the lefitimate en teanoe to any adjacent private f propertf atirio ofetruct the free nee of said streete side walks and alleys for the purpose I J g travelI IIIe 5 The u cbaser of sail franchise or privilege shall on 4 or before December 1st 1905 eoiwIrMct and maintain in good ofBwatin order telephone line ytWtttfaburg Bharpsville Card welllf Polliam Jensonton Valley Hill ftwker Mooresville Maud Poitc bxu lan viHe Tatham- Bpriog Simms and Ft edericks town inWashingtbncounty also tl contfcnict and maintain in rood r g order telephone ex at Mooresvilleor Mpd y Willbburg ad Mackville in If t4 aehliifVm county provided the nocoMtjy right of way qan jjbe1 secured for the erection of Mud JNSW Aad excbanges and i froviiiei further that some one cate secured at each exchange twfbdwillbe wilIng to properlyt top and handle the business rjrfori140 pr cent of the x IcbMpB rentals thereof and fif J4fl 15 per cent of originating 4 r 0bty boaineas over the lines ot i Mutt percb er Said exchanges Jto IM oooBected by trunk lines with ibe exchange at Springfield gv ni mil subscribers in Washing ten owmty we said purchasers i 4tlies in WMhlngton county with t ip f additional charge other than vrafmlaX rentals as hereinafter isttout 5 Btid jpiarcbiiser shall furnish 1 existingItowxnjfclt adittftI of five miles of said sex cbes that may desire and will psy for the same and will t eomplj with all reasonable regu j lpUOD telephony service and 4th charge for which shajl not 41txed the following f METALLIC CIRCUIT LONG DIS TANT EQUIPMENT v Within limile radius of exchanger BUSINESS t J lJPrivate line e275 prmoi Two Partylmet 2001jJ tt tr RES1DEOES r Private 1inet 1 65 per mo Two Party line l4O u u TI Tfee Charge forpart line resi f ace erviee beyond 1j miles d within five mile radius of perTT SL Bth Any person or number of person in Washington county who may not reside on any of fsid purchasers lines aId Jtpr whom the purchaser will hot construct lines so as to connect r 5witji any of said exchanges shall have the right to construct and maintain their ownlinesto within One and one half miles of any of c pnrcberwith the nearest of said ex changes the owners of said lines JO have telephone service over the lines of said purchaser in Washington county Ky by Tenting from the purchaser a thehkThe payment of above rates stiall entitle all subscribers to serainesinRaid purchaser shali rect and r maintain a line from Springfield J yb Lebanon Ky and con aect the same with the Spring Yjieldexcbange and any exchange the purchaser may erect or uc quire in Lebanon Ky and for the use of this line to any sub iscriber in Lebanop Ky or in Marion county teached by the i linen of the purchaser an addi charge may be made not Kf exceed Ten Cents lOc for each message of three minutes If Dul any subscriber in Washing ton couRty for his personal pse i only shall have the uSe of said lise to teach other f tybscribers 1iMari countyby paying OlPi Dollar 1 per month inaddition to tip charge made as aforesaid Jaervice in Washington coun aitJl1 IS Ky for his personal user IIsnail have tneopti on of J subscribers in Jtfelsph 1I Mtnty bfpayinf One Dollar IIper mouth in addition to the Hmryt toad as aforesaid for 1v pertica m yfashington county tIlprnts widter on tieJ kbed 0f direct fpads betwncn J priegd and Mackille and gldaaI iIIiabrg lId I lIldtk1 and Moosyilie p WrriF IAyerPills WuK or Mara 1 kIWa rk1a iIIct Use Maid shall Ibeu deemed to be within a radius Of fiy mileft of gDje fran dhi e during the continuance of same shall maintain a first class metal ic circuit lelephoneservicer Sec 6 Tne purchaser of said franchise or privilege his successors or assigns shall promptly restore all paving and macadamizing that may be dis turd d by said purchaser in set ting said poles and shall also at purchasers s expense remove all dirt and debris that may arise in making excavations for that purpose AU wortt of setting poles shall be done under the supervision of the street commit tee and it shall be the du y of said committee to see that the provisions of this ordinance are faithfully complied wIth Sec 7 The town of Spring field Ky shall have the right operateitspoles pf said purchaser within corporate limits of said town free of charge provided said wiree shall belocated upon said poles in such a way as not to interfere witb the wires of said ptrchaserSSaid purchaser his successors and assigns shall indemnify said town from any and all damage that taay arise from the presence of said poles fixtures cable1 and wires upon and afong or under said streets sidewalks and alleys or from its failure to comply with the provisions of this ordinance qxchaugcishis successors or assigns shalll Ian to perform all terms and con ditions of this ordinance said Board of Trustees may after giving said purchaser his sue ceesors pr assigns reasonable notice of such failure and such failure is not remedied revoke all rights and prlvileges herein granted and cause all poles wires and apparatus erected un der this ordinance to be removed The city oj Springfield may maintain an action for damages for thaVibliaion cf any of the conditions of this franchise Nothing in this franchise shall be construed so asi to give tho purchaser his successors or as sis any jBxclusive right to the pclvilege granted in Section 1 Sec10 Within ten days alter the Approval and publication of this ordinance it shall be the duty of said Board of Trustees through its Clerk to advertise in one issue of some weekly news paper published in the town of Springfield1 Ky and having a general circulation therein that bidMiwiU be received at public butcry for the before mentioned franchise or privilege and said Clerk shall select and stale in said advertisements the time and place said place to be within said town said time to Le not later than May 30 when sid bids shall be received and said Clerk shall according to adver tisements receive such bids and report same to said Board of Trustees atits next regular meet ing and said Board of Trustees shall award such franchise or privilege to the highest and best bidder subject however tothQ approval of said Board of Trus tees Said advertisement shall reserve the right to reject any and all bids The bidder to Whomsiicji franchise or privi lage shall be awarded shall pay the amount of such bid in cash or duly certified check liPt ibe Treasurer of said town of Spring field Kentucky within ten days after said franchise is awarded This Ordinance shall take ef fect and be in force from and after its passage and publication v SJSmookMavor Q F Wharton Cik Carjpienterii Stroke to Drive NaIL How many hummer strokes does a carpenter use In drivIng a nail Perhaps uqt oue carpenter In a thousand or one layman In ten times that number qih tell or ever think of if The truth pf the matter Is this The catpeuter takes even strokEs In drlv Ing a nail into ordinary wood and twelve regular strokes and two finish ing taps In driving nails Into hard wood These figures are furnished by a man Who works nt nlghtnnd sleepsor tries to sleep by day and whose bedroom window open out upon afilitbulhl1ng- In course of erection He figured the average number pf hammer strokes for nine mornings and ji vlng learned thorn moved to a hotel until the new building Is completed He discovered that the carpenter drives an average of three nails a mEn ute in soft wood und a fraction under three in bard wood At this rate be wonld drive i440 nails a day in sott w6od ifjie keep ijp the gait steadily and r2S2 in hard wood He would give 10080 hammer strokes In soft wood and 20100 in hard wood Chicago Tribune Ppltvlar Rae Aliread Numerous as are the members of the Smith family they do not Occupy as Pjopjlneiit a jjiace In European dlrec torles its they dp In those of England or at home muchJboUht4e1ttnkoupttoom In5 0000 icbmidts being registered 4tiey have fjo glYfl rOom however to Schultzes and MiillersT In Brussels the Jansen family is the most numerously repre sented while the greater space In the Paris directory is given over to the Martinets a eforthe names most numerous In Naples and here the Slpltha sink Into slgnhlcance but like SmttbJSsented lif practically every directory published more than may tyJ said of any other surname whatever its pai IUtr ti55 4She dose is oneJuiton pill af bedtime Sugarcoated mUd certain Theyn constiDitlon ellrll BUGKINGHAMS DY- WjMo EDIBLE BIRDS NESTS The War TheTAr GtJare y t5s- Daks 18raee Edible birds nests are found in the clefts of rocks or In underground caves wbich are frequently of great exteat John MacGregor In writing of a bird nesting experience he had in Borneo says Off we went with about a dozen Dyaks as the little bronze aborigines oif this part of Borneo are called for guides The entrance to the cave w so small and so elevated that I had some little difficulty in reaching it Alter we had traveled for some dts tance we came across the inevitable stream The ground which wa i to a great extent composed of the bed ef the stream was rough arid Irregular We were lighted on our wajf by torches carried by our Dyak guide At last we came to a5 passage tbattieem d a veritable eye of a niediecsO- was ardlt to enter for it llooked 10 Barrow and confined that I despaired of eVer getting through It WHeir I fa1r17t saueczed Into the breach I could force myself neither upward not dowwafd for that was tbe direction t f the pas sageand there I wal iiMpeaded like Mohammeds cofln or a tressed fowl By dint of wriggling koweVer I at lakt found myie1 on the tel of the passage minus a certain iatoet skin and soiae butt ns from nay tight fitting khaki coat Still we jogged for the beat part of a utile when lo and behold the bieMICIand were to pwr underground wawierlngiAfalnt gllja Imer of light could be seen through a rift In the rocks faf above rw afcdfit was through this small rift which was a sealed passage even to the Dyaks themselves that the birds passed Im their journeys to and from their B Ing grounds Our arrival of course disturbed whatever birds were there and they disappeared as best they could And there for a time we watch edthe Dyaks going through their gym nastics of robbing the birds nests with their ropes and long poles creep ing along the high ridges and ledgen the lurid light of the torcher like unearthly specters These peculiar nests are built by a tlotcated atone side where they are At tached to the rocks like brackets to a wall arid forming something like a twothirds segment of a circle It is not alWAys easy to get at them as they are sometimes glued to the per pendicular sides of the solid rocks high overhead so that the nest hunters have to scale these crags with ropes and poles to get at them IB substance they consist of an elastic semltraas1 parent mucilaginous material which is said to be a secretion or macerated food from tile crops of the birds them selvesAs robbing these nests for commer dial purposes forms a part of the Dy aks means of livelihood the birds have frequently to build twice or even three times during the season before they are able to hatch their offspring and It is noted that each successive crop of nests deteriorates in both con struction and composition The nests built at the beginning of the aeasoa are bright and transparent and are consequently known on the market atf white nests but when they are robbed the next crop is not nearly so pure In substance v IM theIIn a open ly without rattling the Walk ln quietly but hnndleII tent tldus carr to glide lence Dont pause quiries to the nurse but go straight to rthe bed and speak in a clearly audible everyday tone to the patient Choose topics of interest that will en tertain Without being exciting leaving a few new ideas with your InValid as food for pleasant reflection after your leave taking and making only a pass ing reference to the present malady Look as fresh and pretty as the pow er in you lies and thereby act as an unconscious tonic to your friend Avoid ant article of dress that Jingles or rustles Having risen to say goodby go in stantly without lingering over last words or pouring forth exaggerated condolences and hopes The Home of Lord The house of llords was composed chiefly of clerics until the time of Ed Ward III Thus In 1205 the peers were ninety spiritual and fortynine lay mem bets Including twenty archbishops and bishops syseveu abbots and priors and three masters of orders Many clerical dignitaries summoned did not attend at Westminster refusing to ree ognize the authority of parliament over their own convocations of Canterbury and York It was partly from this cause that the lords spiritual decreased in number until early In the reign of Edward III the upper house consisted of eightysix lay and only fortyfive clerical peers while during Elizabeths parliament there were fortythree and twentysix icspectivelyLondon Stand ard 1 I The Rate ef Human Growth We grow at a uniform rate said a physician There are rules of growth that unconsciously we all obey Take the average man He grows as follows First year eight inches second year six Inches third year five inches fourth year four inches fifth year four Inches sixth year four Indies From the sixth on the growth Is slower until tile sixteenth yenrItl1 only onenndnhnJt inches a year The fluchcigrowth of one Inch At eighteen tho average man is five feet eight inches zqoreIThitadA Bad Rcelletie First Barber Whew That barnstormer must be a bad actor Second DittoWhy First Barber When I asked him If he wanted an egg shampoo he jumped right out of the chair and made for tho door Detroit Free Press riSBad Either Way Mr WIseguy Xo IdOfltwant any vpf those sausagevInr afraid of tri youtheressausages Mr WiseguyWeil hydro iphobia then ItsjUst as bad Cleve land Lenc1erJI licoaragiag Close up boys close upj said a colonel to his regiment If the enemf were to fire on ypu when you are strag gling along like that they wouldnt kill i single man of you lyise upr 11mnURn OF FAn1I A VENETIAN LEGEND OF THE DAYS OFTHE DOGESJ4 j4es st abs BrntT Wfc WM latex eS4 KJaili Vlfm of Her ewa LUiiSs tlae hat1I ta a- nc5 1rts ogMe Here k a tefftad which I hri ia Venice I eft It to aU aaaoagyou who1 are fid ef solitude ant silence I ofer Itte you aS I WHit offer a lower which has blossomed aaald Jean- bet shadows jam a steeping lagooa7 OkRa Gberardlnl was the nIece et the dogs Potts whose names we hv for gotten bst55feyeOW54 afctht time had composed innumerable pqigs in her honor They praised la thetli the- treeses otUte young girl black as Might In which pearls gleamed like milk white stars They also sang about tha radiance of h r dark violet eyes and about the twd rot which formed her lips1 In truth Ghlta Gherardlar was very beautiful She had however Jlf tened too earnestly to the pafislOBaif 7ordc of the singers and an immensf pride took possession of her young souU A Cue nightshe bearbenaatkberwii5- dow the yearning soba late Stand lug In a Motlonlees gondota a Joystick page was staging to her Tender was the Kusfcaad the water aad the 4ark ness added something to the swetnH- ot the strains aad to the pasteS im the voice of the smgerl The young page wasglorlfyiBgher the most radiant aaoog all wooaea if delightfultreJDW ing ta llgbtta tirchsi which badgW out she topic her mirror aa4 rfia to th vitrindfowtlwettgh which the aiooallgb jfeoae intoe rsoat Thcrenfoa Ia this Hraiilil1was Indeed almost anpernatural Th e mooallght retealcd her pale and tranp- paret1ike tie prlacew of a poeai latpxlcated with her charms she lett me sedutt1ve mirror slip from her hand and a sigh of admiration aad of ecstasy escaped h c as she cried laIR b utlftfU I am beautiful Thenceforth Ghlta Gherardlni spfnt all ter tlmrmarreliarather owa bepw ty Ihe 414 not desire to fall in Jove for she fancied that there was no msa living wke was worthy et ker Those songs whkhhad words f praise for her bee aad her hair she treated with coatttspr an d ti the uystertea of rell gloa beJMver gave a thought v Sheweat tolilgb mass otely for the purpose of beta sa by the people and of being JUttered by them as they whtetfered to bc another about her eretleH eyes werb sever turned toward the altar She thetfght ef Nothing save her 9wa trluntpcaat Mlftyaad of the Jewels which set it eJf ia svaptuotts fashte One day Ghlta Gherardlal sllppedr little mirror beside the lint page of her mass boot which had een deli cately Illsm ated hy a plos artist And while her attitude of devotion edl fed the multitude she studied her tte- Dr aed in the book of prayer The doges niece bad forgotten that the Creator atoae la w rUltet worship and nqt any of his creatures She had also forgotten that pride is aa abomiaabfe klaraye perhaps the most periletts of all sins since it was the cause of the rebellion of the arches gels and the downfall of Lucifer One day GMU Gherardiai Was in tently stadylag bee face in the little mirror between thehely leaves of her teaM book aad suddenly she altered a loud cry of terror Through the large bvIMliir it rug dreWaing the selemn voice 9t the priealt the resppasts of the congregation and the ones mur mur of the organ Aad straightway the doges niece fell to the grand In a faint She had sees relecte ia the guilty mirrer the sacrilerleui mirror fnot her owa countenance but that of DeathqThere to today In the Church of San Glorgta Magglore where this miracle was accomplished the statue ef a wo man who Is seated and looking at her self In a akrer Very beaatlful U tills woman as beautiful as Ghita Gherardlni was formerly The story goes that this statue Is the work of a fanous sculptor but the people be lleve4ad feelr legends contain a good Veal of traththat it was once Ghlta Gherardlni herself and that her teyribleTo all those who love the silence of dead cities I effer this legend I found it at Venice as one occasionally finds a flower whlch has blossomed amid som ber shadows on a sleeping lagoon Helene de Znylen de Kyeveltda Euro pean Edition New Yerk Herald The Safa- The value of the onion In the dietary has been made the subject of much doggerel verse All agree tbat health aad beauty wait on the fragrant vege table Eat onions In May No doctor youll pay runs one old verse while another promises a good complexion to the onion eater thus Fresh onion and leek New akin In a week Hit ItTeacher Robert what does a volca no do with Its lava Robert the dull est boy in the classIumahglv- it up TeacheriCorrect Very good deed Robert Salted Him SheOh I detest sofa pillows and tidies If I ever keep bouse Ill never have such things ar fleWill you belay wife Chicasj SecordHerald Of 100000 children ten years old 8V43 will survive to the age of seventy three Ziiresss Ia leriiap The addresses In Persian upon let ters which go through the postofflce at Calcutta are often quaint and paKllng An Indian paper recently translated one as follows If the Almlgnty pleases Let this envelope haying ar rived at the city of Calcutta In the neighborhood of Calootolab at the counting house of Slrajodcen and Ilab dad merchants be offered to and read by the happy light of my eyes of vir tuous manners and belover of the heart ileean Shaikh Inayut Ally may hIs Ute be long Written on the tenth of the blessed Rumian Saturday in the year 1200 Of the Hegira of our ProphetI and dispatched at Bearing Tile PtkGreat Britain it lsxsald cane without fMp eC contradiction claim the honor TheffItOne1long agoas 1600 was a very simple at fair consisting of a small circle divided late two parts In the top portion were two letters indicating the month while In the tower half the day of the month wSs ihown No endeavOr was made to 4 te the yearr and It It OBJTI by the dates of the letters ea which tI1eI mrffK la impressed that It Is possible to tlf It t Yf p 7 A ken by Aeeidekt Tbcres no telling what moment 1 mnyJlecldeitor who had been listening to the Interchange of storiesIThats so agreed one of the by standers The only question is Trhqth er the mans got the wit to see the chance and the grit to make use of j1L Well even that Isnt always neces sary I was out on The frontier some years back when a youug fellow I knew to be n white Mad was pro meted In his regiment and paragraphed In all the eastern papers for his age and coolness lIe hail been courI out to meet an attacking party of In diane He didnt want to go a bit He actually trembled When he confessed tame It wasbi first call to dangerous 4uty ana hed give anything on earth to be out of the affair Iu less than twentyfour hours the station was ring tug with the way he had held hIs frgund even when his men bad beat a retreat It was a mIracle be vasut cajturedbr killed staying there single banded to face and lire on the advanc ing roe Just one of those instances of miD finding his native courage in the presence of reAl l danger tNot a bit 6f It He was riding a niVei and Just at tile critical moment thV animal planted his feet and re fused to Budge Youths Companion- LOOK Wladed Oratarr It Pd new thing for the house of Commons to suffer from longwindedora tery As llong ago as the sixteenth cen tuft Queen Bess soundly rated her law tnakersfer not working more and talk lug less and some years later Speaker T4ong actually succumbed to a aucces slon of lengthy speeches The house Js empty and so be our stomachs one Impatient member declared I pray you therefore adjourn the de bate for an hour But the speaker de clined to budge from the post of duty with the result that he was taken ill and died shortly after Brougham once spoke for six hours on end on law reform Sheridan und Gladstpne both have records of five hour speeches lfrf Blggar tied their record and Palmer ston once held forth for four hours and a half on Don Paclflco TJab Girl Kmcw One of the infielders had made an rosy checked girl In the grand Itand turned to the young man at her pldeGeorge she said George instinctively braced himself to meet the question he foresaw as to what had happened and what all the hits was about- Well he said Why dont they put a wooden In ijan cigar sign on third In place of that Jt1ua iaced duffer with the split cipher running5 gear and the glass arm That fellow couldnt stop n toy balloon It It was lobbed right Into his flippers ChicagoTritmneS Pear Feud laCeeatPearlS are not found In oysten alone Sometimes said a lapidary they are found In cocoanuts I once cut a cdcoanut pearl It was the size of A pea and Its quality was good It re sembled an oyster pearl only It was a little duller Cocoanut pearls are found la the heart of the nut It Is thought that they are formed by the hardening of the nuts flesh They are so to speak a kind of crystallized tumor or wart These pearls are rare They are jrarer than oyster pearls They are also cheape tban Oyster pearls being iless bard arid less transparent Phi ladel phla Bulletin Tile Belli of naye t The first thing that strikes the stran get in Davos Switzerland and strikes him unpleasantly Is the bells Not ob 1y does every cow goat and sheep wear Its bell but when they are all shut up for the winter and we hope for a little rest then comes the Infernal eternal din from every cart carriage sleigh omnibus anti all other kinds of vehicle which ply for hire or otherwise No doubt they omen necessity on the silent highways qs winter progress es but that does not render them one bit more palatable IrrlvBtlait IB Amelemt The practice of Irrigation Is very au clent water having bnstored and distributed In this way in Egypt as early as 200 B C Persia India Coy JOB China as well as Peru and Mexico also had irrigation works ages ago Even in Arizona remains of ancient irrigation works can be found which suggest that that section of the desert may have beep compelled by men to blossom as the rose many hundreds of years Ago Mar ChMMire Her Mind Little Ethel laying down a book iDo princes always dress In silk and velvet and wear a cap with a white feather and ride a sweet little white PJjny Mpthcr Not now iny pet hey dress just like other boys Little Ethel sadlyThen I dont think Ill ever marry Preseblug ami Practice JinksIm ever so much obliged for this favor and If I ever have a chance Ill do as much Hello here comes Bllklns Jets dodge Into an alleyway Blnka Dbut you like Bllklus Jinks He did me a favor once and the fellow way want me to return It- TlMttMHit XATC KUmcy TroJe Demt K ow It 1I 18 JrlH 0 youratsrt seti thai indicates Ilnhulthycondltlon stains evidence of kid too1frequent biadIiareWhet to Do There scomfort t S8tenSwampRooteverywishthebackPartelInabUltytopassingItwIne beer and overcomes that unpleasant oftendujingduring the night The mill and the extra ordinary effect qi wiMpRoot oon 1iondarfulcasesIfthsbestYou mty have a sample bottle of this wondwful discovery and a book that Mils more about It beth sent absolutely ymat- Jusbr Kilmer le sediment or an neys If It your linen it Is or Is 5 er Rwa I ci alaihamtCHt NY WinwrftInEmin 9 JtaSlPtOf thisppr f L To Pure a Cold in One Day T LaxatIve Bromo Quinine Tets areI38 DOLLARS TOiGflLIFORMfl AND THE NORTHWESTVIATH5 Henderson Route waQb1ington Tickets art sale daily up to and in cluding May 16 i90S t i Also Special Hbmeseekers Rate to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel in Comfort see that your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis Free Reclining Chair Cars on all four St Louis Trains Direct connections iu St Louis Union Station With all lines tothe West andSouth Iwes1 LJ IRWIN General Passenger AgentL- OUISVILLE KY FOLUOW THE FLAG TO 6ALIFORHIA OREgONI And all points West Vferj lola priced one way and round tickets cOLONIST RATES arcUlst to ly loth Send Postal Caid for information to F W GREENE D P AI Louisville Ky Frank English Servant v The English servants whether they prove better when engaged nre certain ly franker than American servants In dnclarliip their weaknesses In advcr twlnjr for employment The columns off a London paper disclose their amia bib candidness In the first advertise mjnt tIm applicant confesses to drink u temptation but not an Inebriate the next pleads her recommendation that she Is faithful but plain of speech a third requires a place where manual work Is light but does not say of what Intellectual work she Is capable whlhr a fourth is described as a dishonest girl of seventeen Should the mistress be too ypercr1tmltc engage any of the above attractive serv ants she has still another opportunity perhaps sue will be willing to train for domestic service a rough coster girl desirous of redeeming cbarActerJ Xlehtitic London Ia T15 The qiieyton of the lighting of Lon don was settled III simple fashion in 1710 The common council repealed annulled and made void all the former acts concerning the lighting of Lou don ax a preliminary measure and then proceeded to enact that all house keepers whose house d90r orjfatevay fronts or lies next to apy street lane or public passage or place of the stud city shall In every dark nightthat is every night between the second night after each full moon and the seventh night after each full moonset or hang out one or more lights with sufficient cotton wlcks that shall continue to bumI from 0 oclock at UlgHt till 11 oclock of the same night on penalty ota shilling Good Ilonr Good Rider Judging from the following story which Arthur J Snjythe tells In his biography of William Terrlss It Is evi dent that the practice of betting on horse races was aiuong the great ills likes of the popular actor When any one asked him what bOle he was going to back he would say Im going to back a little filly Ive often backed before Ive never wpn anything on It yet strange to say Ive never lost a penny I Oh whatever horse Is that might have been the Inquiry u A little fllly called Common Sense ridden by Tommy Let It Alone wee the invariable answer Loudon Tele fgrf 1Pnuslng1J l l visitor said to the clerk Ol want tot uLite tek out a pawllcy fire or marine drawled thetdapper clerk with Infinite sarcasm All three Olin tblukln retorted stokerlInTo live Iu tlw presence of great truths and eternnl laws to be led by permanent Id uLlstlint Is what keeps amau patient when thworld ignored him and calm anti unspoiled when the world praises bftmBnlzact t A 8arprl e In Store Sweet Inuoccuce Papa says that you carft afford to niarry Guileful YouthOh how absurd Why Itonly costs a fevr dollars Sweet Innocence l Is that so foolish papa IsJ Ill tell him l Little Brains Biggs To think that a man should put an enemy In his mouth to steal away his brains Origgiesnnde think what a hunt It must bo for the enemy sometimes Help thy brothers boot across and lo thine own las reached the shore Hindoo Proverb f jFamej 9ctcL Two D ys 5J DIGNITY DTRENcu 1982 VoL 5i SHI R t 1I QMB1NEIC a11ALLlQ jc JMahogany bay tfack points white only on left hind fot1iUj year old53J handshigb Weighs 100 pounds strong fiatboneheavyaue airf taU gOod back with llong crane vtaperinpneclr well set in hifcn momtH shoulders a saddle horse head and ear on him ampdel under halter iiwioften in model ring and winning the bne string in every show wontlerfsj style inJiarnessv a show horse sure When ope year old wore all hpBr his class wherever shown also the blue je Jnf sweepstake harness rugs a same age When a threeyear old he was shtfwn 14 times apd were 12 blti strings hqs never been defeated in fancy h rness rings iaa always bee the victor In stallion Make rings as a breeder when shown with three q more of his 1eh for size style and general conformation andfor allpuii poses He is asaddle horse with 0ye distinctgait fast line acting1 rackei good in two walks and a nice loper very positive in his tTht under saddle in iarnes great all around action as is req ted for an uptoatc aIrihigh priced sale horse for saddle or harness He is a sure esctlgktitaei horse graceful stylish and fast can hqw ifchth8 in 181 secoss a 2N raj tprHtIf H ra4 with a kindly disposition for all purposes of a aniily horse He ia the hon to sire parkera stylish graceful substance docility Jt has been xirntthorsemen that befs one of the most uniform breeders in Kentucky I typeshis colt after himself has njever sired a sorrel oltThe most lprol able horse horses for the farmer and small breeder to produce ia the hor which serves the widest range of purposes well His edits are show colts ifthe high s type blue string winners from the oldest to the youngest PEDIGREE Sired oy Chester Dare 101Af H Xbe by Black S uirrdi 58 he by Black Eagle 74 he by King William 67 he bjr WaahlnftonBenma IiapertedHedgeforHR he by WilIlaDljWelch341h by RYlJ tc s IJamiblet aI11 Di aitrfc second dam 3rd da blG W Vermont 4th dam Thoroughbred Welchmonta first dam Pauiineby AlmeatFoiea E28ii2 TEEMS Dignity Dare will make the season of ipw at my stable ia Hrf tonville Kyat S25 to insure a live colt Mares traded or removed forfeit i insurance and money becomes due and must be paidat time of such tfahMiJr t tion Mares grazed at 5250 per month and bills to be paM before remotfl fof mares Grain fed if desIred at feasonable rates Mares Intrusted wm receive my personal attention but will not be responsible for 4lccdfat iNr escapes Pnone in residence calhHusonvite exchange iD S CARPENTER k p SIJNSHINEI L I tJ IJf 1j j Chestnut Stillion by the great Red IieQfoal il0lii ij Bred by EoGoddal ofHarrol1sburgl y now Sownedin Springfield Wil make th season t of 1905 in charge of Sylvester SmitlJL c l SohattheFairGrojirid HItgjfAtt 10 To IInsure i Living t fH 5g t r r t 1tr DESCRIPTION AND EpiGJiEx Sunshine Iis a beautiful horse andean step a3Q Jshqtwlthfprace style and action He Iis the Hvifivi pjeture of Lord Gadei the J 1 J greatest show horse that ever woreharness1 His breeding is superb By the great Red Leaf the chaapfJoni J 8 show horse of Kefltucky and the Izadihff sire 6fc hugh class ra T r A horses and teams Sunshine a full brother to Gorjous Suwrife and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kentucky ills first daw a t1ftdamrosa by UaIros3 Chief he by Manibriub Chief Third dam Maggie Yantes by King Almont by Manibrino King and out of Alniont w Foiirth darn Roling mare 221 Sunshine was purchased an1 brought to Springfield rytCOIB W panyof citizens who are interested iin improving the breed of- I horses in this Bounty and all having mares to breed will do iwii to see this horfce The usual rules and terms for brjeedirig hoxse ill a 4 PYAII t JOHN SHOCK McELRoy G 0 McLiroy ow Whirton Ilj Insurance Real Estatet AgeD 1 Fire Lift and Torntdo ISII1iSold ssicil U L t LaUd op Kom Office over People Bank l v KPhpi ftl nnd Donlile fDUllfle man who was show the stranger Rljundtbe city as he ling to a broau stretch of beach td 014 Blgspud Ills all made land Thats his house back there on he l ttr f is that on mac q land too asked he stranger uNo Thats on mairled land H6 got It with his wife Chicago Tribune t Needed More Explicit Directions it McCaun I didnt take yer medl cine doctor Dr DosehanirAnd why notP McCairnT1adeetiQns saldr Wan pill tree tolmes dilyS Ive been waltln to ask ye wliiehpUlIhey- all luk alike sure An 4iovm I 4o fake ut free to DeS1CJq iI r dLendI Power or the Er Au eye can threaten like a loaded mid leveled gun or can insult like hiss lug or klckldf or Iu Its altered meod by beams of USmiuesa tIt can make jiie fceart dance with Joy Emcrsotis Con Cuct of ilfc nJ flt Anntl Yon should ask to be excus d when yoVleatft the table 1flQ NephewShould n Hhougbrtronx the way you act xl about that third piece of pie thatyoUM bd glrtcl tome m6 go- A DIITcr Ht Growl j Mrs Bwui Tone h1S Mr J3ro coma h mo yet I thopghtt befrd bii just nbv JaDe Sb niuiaj at W a tbe Uo that tt Mrw1hi t5I IJ JSf J Jii StomachiHo KwM VIM at isnuftl a hesd eseO aI- j kfeniral ability our JWe sad ca nh- j of tlM stomach art aU to to tn Kodol cures InkUfMtto ThMaSw dl- isrlFSesftIs the natural Jcss flItletaIa they zIst in a hesithy ato eli cofBWneq wh tW frMtMt known t 010 nit rcoklMhkh peopentles KOdO Pya ptpd Curs doss sot csdy cur IndigeIou utd dyapqsl but tttto famous rssid curaU stomach troubles by cleanl nt purifying 4w0t ntBf nd strenftb jnvaom RMmbraiMM liolac theitbn Mr S S sf RIOrULW V was td iit Moicb Io twenty KW cw4 we It I- arv r you aL- s s5 sies ss boidleg times wWch isils 50 Cents Pesr WL oDeWffT O QHK PATENT modcL intch onpi to t JlBm biiity for f 0rtj II GASNOWa I osite atent WASHiNGTON D A