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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- T 7W I ESTA8L1SllElJ IN l93 I i 1fJJ tielVOlxiI v No SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY U1905I llQA ti tiIrIr r t it t t L iw f 0 Y AB l ALXO ByJiON 8 B THOMPSON Jr rHqdoL UND f L IANP EMBAL MERS Ji S ileii tt03k all klndi of Fqnera f M tte HONf53 J eul DIRECTORY- f BPJtiKGTiB DrecHimty seat 0 asfciaf too County 58 miles south cast al itejdMjtfo 59 IIiles from P pisvilte Mi Brdstown branch of Iwisyi11eand Nashville railroad in r fitllinK d agricultural district Twja Banks telegraph and telephone Uncs expr office flour mills lumber yards popztoR 1100 pop lationoffr toiuity1SO Xepresettve lt Congress Hon D ff witkj Ho enville Ky XepresentativeJinKeutacky Legis t 11Littire Hon W D CUybrooke tkepcescmtative in State Senate Hon W tri TancaterjbflOfl Ky j 9Til cLtaty Dlractry rof CIRCUIT COURT rrjr Grc U Court begins on the fourth tnday In Febrl4ary May aad Octo iSir f I H Thurman Judge L if purhara Commonwealth At r M Cam bep Clerkol r Af G J eachma VMa8UrfCommiss I ia 5 1 QUARTERlV COtIRTa 0QKarttrf court Is held on the thirds 9 ifbnday in each mouth J BI JjitseYt Judge V e j COUNTY COURT County Court meets oh the fourth onday in etch m dthh44tI4 LltseyJldge f J W P Booker County Clerk TSMayes County Attorney ae rgcCatlettJaUer ClByron Crwike Sh risRkkard Isham ISr Osborne X r1X H Mullicari Deputiet i J5d Hasters J JaesF Moore County SurveyorS J L Royalty Assessor t V T P OBryanIkeP4Y r Robert Not Treasurer g 1 2CMontgomery Coronerii L 1i W Bmsb Sopt of Common f fcMl PO Springfield j v CITY COURT r Jaws R NoePolice Judge John iviS5 M1r3h11aW F Gdgsby City AttorneytlL t JUSTICE COUkT M aTntice Courts are held in January April July and Octoberm J Church DlrYthJfo Jter MIFUODISTCUTJRCflg if lid tKe Tirst and Third Suudavs Ia ackiij6nth atila mand730 pm t f SbIndachool every Sunday atlO aomt Prayer meeting every Wednesday jright n v ifi o CATHOLIC CHURCH i j t Rev pX Ilenne say Pastor Ser i L YiccVevery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclockfi a Senice at St Rtse same hours II j tU liUwCOd ziid fourth Sundarin each oMtht t r tRESBYTBRIAN CHURCH I lCeYi T Dlpatimer Pastor prgbiiig every sunday trLmzr d at 1cl Sasday cl0l very Snndiiy M Itt t ni pzyereetInj vry TbdTockk4 jdsBAPTIST CHURCH liol 4 Rev Wwj Hacrn Williams Paator Preaching every Sunday at 11 am til 74S pm Sunday School every Randayat930 a a Prayer meeting a S t 745 oclock rj eery Ta dAy eyeaiug 4 Frattmml Orders a 4 SOMIC JLODCK SpfingfleidlOdgei Jo3O ib W firtt asd third Mquday I chaostlk lWasbiftgtGdieta every iccisid TMIS T a otIep 4a1tt on- II artlolri 1 iOKTiof TH 11 ACA tKS Meetn Lverv first Wcduddis tack an i re any CSM ef Kidoe I- ktt disease thftt u notr reach of medicin i SIVENUPTODII Iifr4 I w rw1S c r r iY n8 NBHtdTiS=LIBr D R i r 28 j IrI Thopoii t rJ t FOLErS rM iS Wmnwes u qlI ii ROUND l ot TALK i I fI Ai Ear Iy Lcssii From tM Washington Star My dad he says he says to me Ive got lio realize That work must never disagree With folks that want a prize In this here lifb But goodness land It strikes me as a rule There aint enough o circus and Theres too blajne muck o schopl Its mighty tryin in the springjI Toi avt to settle down Im think Inoo ut the rings An wlshin fur the aLtIlong to hear the big An see the tricky mute There aint enough o circus and Theres too blame much o school But dad he says I might as well t1 Git used to feelin so He says the hbnest truth to tell f1 Hedshorely like to go Afishin or with gun in Hand Orjlbafin whereits cool He says twould be a circus and Plain dutys w ss than school An so Ill strive an tandthe stress An cheerful seek tjo be Whats good enough for dad I guess Is good enough foriae But when I think how things are planned f It does seem downright crool There aint enough o circus and Theres too blame much os school ARMING OUTLOOLTh frequent and hepvy rains f the past thiriy days have kept the farmer in ail uneasy frame of mind He has worriedL- nd rejoiced in turn The which came during the wheat harvest and which threat ned to spoil the grain before ik could be taken in out of the l weathercaused many an anxious much grumbling over the ill luck of the poor farmer On the otner hand however thett farmer could not suppress a mile of real satisfaction when greenblac t Q finely to the influence of the a soaking rains The corn crop thisseason is rom three to four weeks earlier aud from present indications the chances for a recordbreaking yield were never righter There probably never J was a finer corn crop grown with s little cpltivation Owing to he frequent rains aJtdthe rapid growth of the corn the farmers f ve had little chanc3 to dos much plowing but if the corn is aking without the plowing it is- o 6 much the better Tobacco is it faring so well under the ainy condition To make a ood quality of tobacco it is necessary that the growing crop should be well cultivated anti he rains have seriously inter t Iered with the cultiyatipg pro cess There my be time and t tpportuniyt remedy that defect and with theJ ne start it has been given the tobacco crop of 1905 may yet be tfie largest on record There isI tie doubt that the acreage QXI eeds any previous year ft ooi BUSINESS According 1l D to statement of local mer the business of the town for the first half pf the year endin g uly 1st was quite satis factory and shows an increase Jlastshowed a decided increase in the volume of trade over previous years and if the present proves good crop yearas it gives every indication of being now 1905 should break the record as j business year for Washington county and Springfield Several m new business houses have been added to thfe number in SpringU eidThiring the past year ands ltho1 before they started up one would have thQught thit Springfield had its share a1l the ew ones appear to be prpsperD ing The statements of our banks on July 1st indicate that thel people are not short on money as thaamounton Ldeposit shows iipi well a tit t XIr OA SAlthough this isIT bad time of the year forv rQd working Eo S Supervisor oI Olements is gettingS ings in aftpe torhaye kefl cara of as soon atthebusy- Naouia of f irtih fctfefarmers Ml warn rteeired and contracts were on last Saturday for work ing the turnpikes in certain sec tipnsand as this work will be done between now and falll it should mate quite an improve merit in the Jroads The Super visor ljs also giving some atten to the bridges of the county and quite a number have been put in better shape The appropria 1tion unfortunately is not large piJtegIall at once but with jndiciousex- s nditue of what funds that ar available a great improvement should be worked in the condi tion of the countys thoroughfares during the next few months Itis expected that the1 new roadi mhchine recently purchased by the county will work wonders in improving the dirt roads of the county s Mtelion Cured There is no case of indigestion dys pepsi or stomach trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthen ilug influence of Kodol Dyspepsiacure This remedy takes the strain off the stomach by digesting what you pat and allowing it to rest until It grows strong again Kodol Dyspepsia Ciire affords quicl and permanent relief from indigestion and all stomach troubles builds up the system and so purifies that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakened condition Sold by al1I Druggists MOORESVJLLE r Mr Wl P Pile and family of iValley Station visited here last Sunday Mrs Pile iis still with her fatter Mr Nimrod Smith Mrs Etta Grume iscn the icklistiThere was a small crod out to New Hope lastSunday the day was very unlikely Born on Sunday July 2 1905 to the wife of Thomas J Greene 1J pound son Mr John Albert Boblitt and daughter Mss Jessie and sonI Albert went to Louisville on the Fourth School willopenat Fair View July 10th with Miss Mollie Hines as teacher We went to Bloomfield last Monday found business to beJ flourishing and every bodyI emed to have a hustle oncMr Mark Hardin and family this place have removed to Lakeland Mr Jphn Ellis will spend this week with his sister Mrs Tea Hardin at Lakeland Io the people of this end of kthe county need a bridge well I want to say they do For several days people have to go by the- unnel mill to get to Bloomfield DrJ Shehan had a sick call out to Mr Thomas Greens and had to drive to the river bridge and then walK across the bridge and up Ijo Mr Greens Why s twe do rot get the bridgeIMr Sam Yocuffivisit d friends and relatives in Anderson ounty last Sunday Mrs Jeff Smith and Mrs N D Pile visited Mrs Edd Bpblitt at Springfield last Tuesday the Fourth t sMrClyde Goatley 61f Valley Hill visited Miss Lela Wall last Sunday Tile Drip t Foley i Co Chicago orIginatda Honey and Tar asa throat and lung remedy and on account of the great deritahd Tr many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for 1oleya pucy and Tar and refuse any sub offerea as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opIatesIand is safest for children and ersons For sale by The Red Gross rug Store Jcnsonton tAsfew w eet we will send in a- ewitns Mrs Perkins Who basS been ry sick is some better at this writing Miss Pattie Campbell from- pringfield iiswisiting rends and relativeat his place Rev H 1EetiuLia hi JI regular appointmenat feteech b Grove Sjjmvy nndpre3ghfdt9 a large audience A good and interesting sermon was delivered Mrs Frances Staten is some better at this writing Misses Myrfcie and Pearlie Martin Luhe Grain and Myrtle Harmon were the pleasant guests Cocanlougher The smging given by MIss Gertie Coyle was well attended and enjoyed by all v Mr Elvin Perkins and Miss Pattie Campbell attended the ice Cream supper at Texas Saturday night Miss Josie Coyle visited at the ri CoyletSunday Rev H P Fatchett accbmpa nied by M L D Cocanougher visited at the home of Mrs Lu cinda Backeter Sunday Mrs Eliza Coyle and son Elisba visited at the home of Mrs Lucy Camronone day last week School began at this place with a good attendance leaped Out ot Windows W Wallace jGallaher a travel ingman from Virginia whowas ac the Gait House last night was lone of the witnesses to the kill ing on Friday afternoon of Lon Beard the negro who attempted to assault Mrs Chester Craw ford near Taylorsville He was in the coach when Mr Crawford shot the negro five times He gave a good description of the affairI hI was sitting in the rear of the coach and saw the Sheriff and the negro get on the trainI he saidHAt Normandy as the train stopped Crawford and several friends entered the coach One of the men asked the Sheriff if they had the right negro The Sheriff responded that he W11II the one Avho bad committed the deed Without a word the hus bandd w his revolver a 38 caliber pistol of small size andi stuck it over the shoulder of the Sheriff The negip must have been killed the first shot He closed his eyes and pitched forward in the seat iCrawford filedI four or five times more It was good shooting and there was never any danger of any one else beiog hurt In the seat in fro lloC negro were a than and boy thejj at the first shot they went right out the car window headfirst They seemed badly scared botI the other persons in the coachI sat stiU through it all The ne grps body was put into the baggage car and the train was notI delayed more than five minutes I never saw a cooler man than1 ngHenevelsign of excitement during or after the shooting1 Courier fournaIIThree Good fcflUost Reasons There are three reasons why moth ers prefer One Mlnuto Cough Curej First It is absolutely Charmless S c ond lit tastes good children love itc Third It curea coughs croup and whooping cough when other remedies fail cipld by all Drnggists A Popular Dtcisiei t Rarely has a decision which all the public felt a profound iin terest given as much general as that of Judge l Cochran in the Powers case There is for instance the Mays Ville Bulletin a staunchly Demo cratic paper which alter citing Judge Cochrans desire to havel the whole question settled for ll time to come by the Supreme Court of the nation goes on tb- eclare That rIght Let there be ylTheabout tired of this bloody busi ess and are entitled to a rest n removing the clse to the United States Court Judge Coch ran may be doing a jreat servjce to the State in ridding it of an undesirable charge but it may a long timg to reconcile Borne to this conclusion BJQodyBreathitt and mere about the wonderful natifrall resources of the Grand Old Commonwealth Itll do more good Let us pus Bloody Breathilj also crup to Judge Cochran II hat isi the surenad af way of egiaI LJbe ending of that iC t1aat Miw7iUe Herald 1I1LANDOHE5KYi A NewsLeader Correspondent Writes EnterIJ tainihgly of a Trip iirj the Old North State Wvv4lJJ JJ 000 Lexingtonly July 41 1905 Mr Editor Many moons hay waxed and waned since thewrite made his bow to the Washingtonians through the columns of your splendidpapera tb- p Strfngtowu Parson Thi s so rjfluet will apply to him n lotger He has become exceed eingly peripatetic in disposition aud practice The places that krew him once know him now no more forever And the fowl that once fled wildly from befor his presence fearing test the should be compelled to go into the ministry are now roosting quietly on the lowest branches oJff the old rambo tbey are resting rr fOUtIOOIto many gone But as the congregation is be coming somewhat restless shall 4the4 i North Carolina especially jin that part where lies tbe Ashvi- 1lplateaua grand sweep of counI try some six thcusacd square miles in area and hayinga gen eralI elevation of two thousand feet above the sea The sup gets his first glimpse of this charm iug plateau as he climbs up from behind the Blue Ri1ge his last view Worn the topsXol the Great Sin ky Mottntain The Great Architect has don well by this country With hills and valley rivers and forests ne has built up ala n dscae that for granduer and beauty u scarcely be surpassed The add to this one hundred peaks heatlrabovethecloudlineon of which one may stand an 3 watch the gathering stones an J hear the crashing thunders an you have a fascinating vision cf what maybe seen in the Oil North State One of the most ttI bewitching pieces of scenery is the French Broad River Ubje jewell oftheLandof the Sky1 in a most magnificent mountain setting Fiom Asbville ltothe Tennessee line the rails of the Southern Railway fallow the lor tous windings of the Frenc r Broad RAverrCrbssing frcm bin f to bank several times Bplo Asheville the river flofcsthrpugli i an ever deepninggorg narro v asar Western Canon and rine 1 pressibly grand until it cuts itsI way through the Great Smoky mountains atid reaches Ten essee For thirty six mjles cr until the mountain barriers fa backhand no logger dispute iits passage the waters well deserve their musical Cherokee name Tacheeastee tHe Racrhg Riv er and are ever present u After leaving Asheville goin east a twomile rtinand to tbe right of you is the very inviting I town of Biltmpre built and t owned by George W Vanderbil The Biltmore Estate comprises one hundred and eight thousand acres every foot of which be t longs to Mr VanderbUt except a jf small farm This farm iis tthe property of a nigger who he s made himself famous by refusing ifherto swap or sejl Mf t Vanderbilts country residency t costing three million dollars fe said to be the finest in America Ayers l You can depend on Ayers t Hair Vigor to restbrecoor toayour gray hair every timeff Follow directions and it never fails to do this work It stops l HaifVigor fallingof the hair also Theres great satisfaction in knwIng1s you are not going to bedisapspointed Isnt thatt so trJt took trettore to Tanner tlurk rich color ollradrYlgnrcerlwlilydo wlnt youtt L A H Boo4A a be4fle tG ATM Cf t it for iwril XiKk F ding tAitLi J IOOOOoO ooooOOOOOoO3Ooo Jland in elegance of design and splendor of setting r few there are if any in the world to corn pare with it To approach wi h in seeing distance of tho 1ate iU a special permit is necessary Now you stand and look forth upon what the fir sex would call a dream What an array ofrf dazzling splendor What consummate architecture IMs ze grand zeIniagnificencel All aboard whoof wobfa grinding of wheels and Biltmoie soon fades from view We are now climbing to Blue Ridge Moun talus We rush through SWan nanoa tunnel the summit of the divide then Bergen High Ridge McEIroyJ Licklog in quick sue cession and now taking the bridle ofT they hit her a rap with the reins and away we go down the mountains to Old Fort Around curves sweeping the edge of precipces encircling Round Knob on which the track may be viewed at seveneen distinct points oyer Bock Motintan down down across the bridp e spanning Mill Creek then Old FOt The run is exciting al mosttoo exciting And here atI O d Fost where have been fought many blooc1jbattlesbeteen the White and Red Man ye scribe arried wany days feasting vponl nature andand chickens from thebulgy top of Mcffat Hill which stands back two miles from OldJFort one hehpkjs a parorama of bold mountain scenery Yonder to the Northii ward is old Graybeard of the Black Mountains Th ntbe Pinacler Potato Top Clirgman and farther on just this side of where tthe sky comes downf MouritMitrhelthe highest peakttt East of tfie Rookie rising to an altitude of711 fet above ihe sea Mount Mitchel is so nam dain commemoration of Profii Mitchel of North Carolina State College whcrTDs lhis life in 3857 while engaged hi measuringi i isIaltitudeii JIe ale psn its sumjj mit awai tiog the souhd of the last trump He who IpoUs upontt this grand display of nature will feel and feel deeply Phe word sublime will be pn the lips the interpretation thereof in the heart AIfdas We look bbyando 4 these towcr 1lg mountains wecan but think of that citv whl h hath foundations whose btiilder and maker iis God fI theFt The mountaIn4hatsfiIeld from monIJtors the3of the ages long past Like sentinels watch oer the valley beloV where the swift crystal l streams unceasingly The1 pure healthful breeze the life giving air the beauteous land scape oft new ever fair Are glft lhat have come from the Father on high to Him be all the praise for the Land of the Sky Black Mountain with Its two great branches something over twenty miles long and connects the two border ranges of the Asheville pateau the great Smoky and Blue Ridge Mountains The Blue Ridge extends roth Nortneast to Southwest across the ntire state of North Carolina and forms the great water shed betweentpe East and the west Passing through tfiese mountains the traveler be- hOlds scenery wild and sublime Rapids gorg frightful chasms ghastly rents towering rocks here there Everywhere Yes Lovers Leap4 is to be found in the Old North State tt1epl Hot Springs It is a ro mantic spot The lovesick lovers stand upon the summit they bid fardwell to cruel ipas nd mas this Happened in the Stone age a protracted spell oJ osculation then the leap the love affair is setilod Never n orr will they be trcubled with heartfpangs or indigestion Peace to f eir ashes At the footof tIj v Blue RidgeMountains the trahJup the writer Irip in hand aboard wave good byes to his friJ and were off B 1 s tJthehe suiBHiM reached then ii thrilling ride down O ouc tain into AAeyUte Tii irtit l 14vig AsbeyilIe ozjeti- uckisiaingi MJ914 1 y I I I f tft t 1 I 6 Kentucky Home the strains I float out through bhe tbebillowy open wii dpWallgeulyupon bosom of the French Broad Kiver and soon sob themselves to sleep We bid farewell to tFL- eLandu of the Ski as the train sweeps across the ling into Sunny Tennessee and goes rushing on through the darkness toward the Old Kentucky J HomeI sitt tDeat il Normany KymOhesterra ford a young armei shot an instantly kiUedLon Beard negro who the night before at tempted to assult Mrs Crawford Beard was being taken from Taylorsville to Shelby ville theItrain stopped at Nprmandy Crawford stepped aboard and tired sevepi bullet pinto the negros body He at oncasu rendered to the Sheriff and after the Coroners verdict was rendered he was release on bond of 1000 signed by fifteen of the leading citizens of biis neighborhood CORE TfaHH to lt The Red Cross Dru STore SiJyi Hyomel Will Give Relief Sold Under aGxar1tce 1 The Rtd Cross JDru Stcr wish us to announce that A hen Hybmei is used as Vprdvtniive or a cure there will be no hayJ fever Theyqdvise dailv treat j ment with Hyomei for two or three weeks before the usual time for tbe annual appearance of hay fever If this is clonec the attack will be preventet HoweA r if the preventive treatment is notstarted henoughits appearance use Hyomeijjsix reliefwillThere isvno stomach dosing when Hyomi is used Breathed hrougbtbeneatpoketiphnlezd hatcames with every buttitits medicated air reaches the mrnuto est air cells killing al germsw ud soothing and Dealing the rritated mucous membraneii The complete Hyomei outfit cost but 1 extra bottles 50 cents t is the only treatment for hay ever sold by The Red Crosst Drue Store under a guarant efto refund the money if it does not give satisfaction j I Theiiity Weekly The Kirkland correspondent f the Harrodsburg Democrate gets off the following observat iif i I13flS bo weeklyWeextremely Wise and supirlatiTtl JmartdI1Y PrswYe ahabUr cmlyhIii corrtapoel entfrom Hjj j Holier stats rthat there are twin gfrU at tbs I home of Jbfeh Jonapr G orpt rJ Jmea I aold a Iis niilse ts J Rezekiah aapgoo It is 10 SZil JII cruciatingljfanBj to the jpcre fr I SOlomoncdily that soisi r1 1tthe ittiifl iis copied and Wb llil hjr 1Jt fJdfJ ftjft theywo Jdikooif that sichj S items from tlie back woods irf tporters are just is jnt rtstinwf i i and every biai important asj rthe articles in their asiety colnms stati usr that Mrs Ham fat Crupperlooked very charming J in a QljtbtdwIJ of rtie t- cheese U L ortiat Mrs bUt fi Vandors pug dog is quite lame1 IMr James mule wijl bring 100 JJtt on the market while thirty cents i11 would be about the price dttlwi 4And4 ffs Johns reitkely to grow J tup iin iu arid pure womanhood7 r v- surrbundedt y nature with lion j sS hear s a ridVlieaUhy bydies I1nd g e such men amid woixanth the world that amount tof apma tnallidUersJ false and putrid SdObosracf Atlastte puhCry paper hlis just as muchl right and itiis a right as well as a privilege tO t u fi record tho doings of its friends J and parcns its he allimportani r ity daily add ha an eq jal right 1 tppcke oat khe tongue of sar casm as Vt ejdaily does to reP9fT tK ow the Bosjton basebfll iteaWj ill the Cbicato team ed fMrst i f I erenced much palm overt e regi nst the kidneys I tried ftTe ebjaiclans ithOut benefit and then concluded to try Foley Kidney Cure After talc 4 ng three SI bottles t was complete J cnred Forsale by The Rei Crosii It Drug1 Stpre j1 1P tJtwot 0inch boaris Will sell cheap dfoi1l r NEWELL HARDIN jTakef j lts All druggists ef tind the taaaej it fails to 1cuteE W Groves iff nature Is on each box 25c QASE ORDERED TOD SCOJJRtjii i CALEB POWIRk h Judge A M J Ccchran of the United Sjtatas Circuit Courf for the Eastern Djstrict of Kcntvckyi sitting hf cambers at Mays ile grani d the petition of jKeb qwergr tot the trar ase froai thftSfate Circuiti Attrfcof Scott coyntdt ourt on the around that he h A biP f thelaws guaranteed to him tates JDdqCochran h release of MteCourt1 wiui bound bail Th ort3O tiiiroar I i c1= f WE NEWSLEADER JItYIUWD ZVXZY THOTWDAY SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE I ha SPINGIELDSKY 4 I JBLDAVISON I Jr =k tioetl or v tnessTJ6ttces 10 cents pe S Miibseqaent insertion i C lls on candidate and political matter e its perline r Job work Is done at lowrates bit cash I tati b raid cbdeliTOi of fcccds AflTtrtUIng contracts made on liberal reM jI autnari and resolutions of respect 3 tsprlIBe AXHODJfCJMKNTS l nntyMaKJstrats 1250 50JQiatrietllees Y THURSDAY JULY 13 1905 tatham Spnnis iV We are sorry to report Mr Kpbcfrt Williams iin a very serious condition with typhoid fever John Noel bougnt horse from 0 Iviitt Carey for 90 jt There was a good many of the young folks to celebrate the fourth att the hotel here t Ivan Keeling was in Moores rms Saturday and Sunday Miir Nannie Keeling was the r welcome guest of her sister Mrs Clay Foster Saturday night Mrs Stella Yocum and sister Miss AnuieWelLs of Moores vil le visited their parents Mn Matt It Wells and wife Saturday and Sunday Mr Levi Satterly bad a very i fine colt lQgEt hung on a slat Itnee tearing and bruising it in a terrible manner Miss Hester Noel of Brooks 1 I yule is the pleasant guest of Ijer sister Mrs Della Gary this week Mr Samuel Wells acda sisters entertained a number of young folks at flinch Wednesday night last Misses Pearl Hawthorne of ijawrenceburg and Hattfe Calvin4 of C4rdweil who are visiting in I hthe iAntioch neighborhood at tended church here Sunday I Well we are still having plenty of rain here The rivers and creeks have been up for several days bufrtt is well enough to have plenty of rain Rev Summers filled his re- guslar appoiotment here Sunday t with a Jar attendance but on accojint of rain there wasnt any istinday school in the afternoon We arie inclined to think the Pulliam correspondent ought to 4 be endorsed by all the correspondents about the dog llaw I will ten of an experience QUQ off our neighbors Silas Burkhead Ins had with sheep being killed by dogs He is one among many that have suffered from same Mr Burkhead has tried to keeps sheep several times and every time the dogs would get among them and kill them About 3 years ago they killed some for him and he sold ihe rest and said he didnt think there was any usefor fcm to try to raise sheep v But lesstban p month ago he bought 21 head ard said maybe tywouId Jet tirom alone bu pon awakening last FridayinQrn i ior he heard dogs barking and r joiTinVestigation found ihat the t4 were in his flock of sheep He ran to them but rot until they had butchered and crippled 15 oft nis flock ot 21 3 baving died since the dogs ran away So tha sheep raisers better be on the 4 lookout and with the Pulliani 4r j correspondent shout for the dog jaw HYACINTH Texas Miss Iris Purdom has returntT from a pleasant visit tojc JaSves inLouisville shewas adcompa niedhomeeotberHerxnaI1 ifa KimberHn and sister Kfiteof Willisburg are visiting at the home of their uncle Jacob Kimberlin Miss Pattie Campbell of Springfield iis visiting relatives in thlrf community Misses Josiei Lee and Mattie Brown of your town were pit as I ant callers at the home of Mrs z P Q W Peterson last Tuesday Mrs D A Crosby and MISS Georgia Young were at Thomp sanville WerJnpsday Miss May me Leacftman of Lou isville continues the guest of htr u nt Mrs C B Jeffliesi 0 F Co6anougher and wife were visiting at Stewart Sat ur days 4ft Mrs Nat 0 mpbell of Spring field visited her parents Sunday Mc sc the 8 months old child 2r 6CMr andMrs Jac b Peterson t iiiirat this writing Qn lastf Wednesday 4 Lefvy and Tom fternoonl their way home from when their horse became frightened throwing them out andIl damaging th buggy very With the exception of a law hrnip the boys were uninjured j q RoBards visited atI is therJnlaw ty i w r THE TVEWSlEA = 7 J t tJ HH HHragqugqffaiiWi iiW Wi1limwu IfIiIhW wHfi Wflit I k News From The County I1 t apppnlns Amoni the ounty People 1 i as Reported by our Correspondents IIIftnftftlUtn lJJ M QMM IIIC w Ktflsboro The torn is all laid by and looks very promising bitt the tobacco is most all in the eedsI The rainy weather continues and some of our farmers have given up part of their tobacco crop to the weeds There is quite a complaint about wheat and rye molding in the shock on account of the wet clqudy weather The women of this vicinity are experiencing great loss with their turkey crop this season Many of the young ones dying on account of the wet weather which brings about various diseases The foxes and other var playinghayocevery community is like this one the fellow who eas turkey Thanksgiven will pay for it this time for a certainty Dud Sutherland the popular young blacksmith of Walnut Hill is working at Bruoksville this week during th9 abscence of Will Hurt the regular smith who is visiting his mother at Camp bellsvilleColeman Settles Fitch Godby and Bll Oder three of our most industrious men went to Love Ridge Sunday to have their for theylookedwas heard to exclaim Oh well there is not much in fortune tellers now adays Uncle Tom Kelley on of Fen wicks most respected citizens says he iis going to visit his frienQs here in the near fctue Uncle Torn as he is commonly called by all is a fine joke teller and a perticular friend oftheNEWSLEADER and when he makes this visit he is coming when Lilac is at hone and we are going to invite John Armstrong to join us aqd then the pageinfollowing week and we will give the readers some of the most in teresting items ever furnished a county paper A certain man who devotes much of his time to building air ybowrepliedfl dont knowmy wife said she was in the field tho other day picking berries and that the corn was doing fairly well but she could not get a good look at it for the weeds and briars were too bight pia4ebegunB Merritt of Wiilisburg for our teacher For a few days thfat tendance will be small owing to the fact that many of the girls are assisting their mothers in gathering berries and of course all the boys are aIding their fathers in the weedy tobacco which will last for several days alter which we will have a good attendance We learn that P B Prather with his ppa will bein work on our road about the last of the month Mr Prather is a good road overseer and uses what iippropriatesini dprjye the best results fromlit He is going to change his mode of work somewhat from what it it was last year as we have a good road bed He is going tc pttinwe can do away with mud bles It seems that the amount ot taxes we pay ought to entile us to money enough to put the small mettle on our road We have not delinquentI nQpeopleinhaul their products over as rough road as we do How long must we wtit until the county will give us as good a road as it has given other vicinitifs The angel of death visited this tookEfrom our Fonzy a prominent young farmer He had been in failing health for some time but the immediate cause ot his death was a sarcoma of the stomach Deceased was in his 28th yeaiand had b en a member of the Christian church for 12 years His life was quite an exemplary one Few young men ever lived who bad more friends than he His remains were interred in the burying ground at thts place Tbursday and the lar funeral procesion over a mile JJonpr that followed his remains to its last resting IIhebyii manyrelativeshim in this their sad hour of affliction and may they have faith to say with one of old Blessed are those who died in the Lord foei they do rest from their la bdrs H Sam Coulter a prominent far mer ofour community had his 017 toe severely hurt the other day in the following manner He had gone qut early in the morning to milk and being in gb a hurry he failed to put on pd affcfcr milking aljout 2milk tbecowb- ucket of milk ipitof thought w justone uled in llim- adlystrained Montgomery r Saturday in Happy Hollow and he was carrying a little brown you know what and said he was bailding a political fence and by the 22 iinst it would be so strong that no Republican would dare attempt to jump it and devour his office crop Look out neigh bor for some time they are real roguish when not yoked as they are at present We were visited Sunday after noon by a severe storm The wheat and rve shocks were all IIasII them The rain was in theform of acloud burst and io poured down in perfect torrents All ftndftoregates and the land was washed worse than it has been fr many years Mayes Creek was high and swept the corn and tobacco along iits bottoms away It reached to tim bed of the old pike and some of our people sayI it was never as high before It iis hard to estimate the entire amount ofdamage done LILAC Valley Hill NewsMsai scarce article this week but we wift doaj3U rJry best to furnish cur dear oldl county paper with a few of the most important happenings dur ing the past week Miss Julia Goatlev is visiting at the BayView Farm this week Wohneryisitedrelatives l audThursdayoj Several from this place were in Springfield Friday Berry picking seems to be the order of the day as everyone has stained hands Mr Tingle and wife visitedI relatives near here Sunday Messrs Jake Low and Frank Young and wire of near Booker visited relatives in this section Sunday r Frank Janes of near Spring field visited friends and relatives in this section Saturday and Sun dav Mr Harry Derringer sold a good combined horse to Erastus Yates last week Price un knownaJas G Goatley and family accompanied by Miss Julia Goat ley spent Sunday with Mr N Wy Seay and wife at Oak Hill Miss Nancy Goatle accompanied by her cousin Earnest Goatley attended auset back at Mr Thomas Virgins of near Maud Saturday night The many friends of uUncle Alex Dean of color regret Very much te hear of bis eath which was due to infirmaries of old age He was an ex slave formerly be longing to ate Dr 38a Tucker and was a most 100 years of age He had always been an honest and humble darky and honored by all who knew himIMrs Rebecca Goatley s quite ill at this writing due to infirm ities of her four score and ten years Mr Bon Edwards of Science a lI5was at the home of Jas B Goatey last week We are very Grateful indeed for the many flowery tributes paid us during the past few correspondents As to the Maud correspondent t I atn inclined to think he hit the nail on the head when she said I was thick beaded Old Solor a better name the Glorious lamp of the world has LO effectt upon me when in the shade As to the Forest View brothers question I am obliged to think he will be more likely to get an answer from Lilac yet Davids mother was the wife of Jesse a son of Obed but her nameis not given although he didnt ask her name and the is answered Turn about is fair play as the saying goes and now I will give the witty Forest View corres pondent a chanca to become a first class bible student if he will tell me From whence God cometb Try a good long while and if yttu cannot answer the Billsboro brother will be kind enough to solve the question for Us The tribute paid us is almost enough to make us vain had we not known it Io be flattery The answer touHo R to be wise iis not kiiow more than everybody else fI In case the brothers run short of bibles to propound questions they will dowelUacallon Uno as he has a new supply just from Chicago The school opened at this place last week with Miss Pearl Goatley as teacher A fair enrollment was the result the first day but the number was less each succeeding day The causeItt is unknown but probably the watertisi l hitsJlikeJ problably byfaUFriend again soon 19sstoon Standard Etiquette and says unless the fellow returns itj he will soon cancel his name oft the young set list ail declar althougbheacknowledgehim circle I do hope he Will find it UNO Wiliisbur i e Clydehavethe past week wifelofMr S G bbsand wife Monday daugntfamily of A B Wells We are glad to report the sick better this week Born to the wife of T J Miller on the 8th inst a daughter Quite a number of our farmers threshed their wheat last week Mrs Sue Vice and Clata Scott pfMrsand Sunday Mrs JW Reynolds and Miss Sallie Hendren were in our town Wednesday Horace Grider and wife were guests of relatives near Law renceburg Saturday Mr R C Pinkstone and wife of Pulliam were in our midst Bimday Miss Ollie Crouch has been pOisonedfrom Miss Clara Shepherd began her school at Breckinridge Mon day This is the third year she has taught at that place speniSundayplace Mrs Rogers of Fenwick is in our midst this week Dr J T Sutherland was the guest at Birchwood last Sunday Misses Nora Cheatham andi Olive Sutton of Bropksville werei in out midst Saturday Earl Cheatham and Edgar WilsOn wereatPolin Sunday last There must be some attraction boysCharlie Springfield Ilackvill The farmers will be very much delayed in getting tJeir grain threshed on account of so much rain Hachett and Camden have sold their wheat recently tojthe JenkinsvilleMillCo for 91 cents per bushel Dr J H Hopper was in Lebanon last Monday Messrs JJWJ Bailee and Ed BFitton spent last Sunday at Harrodsburg Mrs A M Ferrill of Frank fort arrived Saturday for a sev eral days visit to relatives here Misses Lillie Sweeney andIl Maggie May Hiatt spent last week at Frankfort the guests off their aunt Mrs Ferrill Rev G V Todd is holding a meeting at Wesley Chapel Boyle county this week He will be assisted by Rev J W Simpson- of Somerset Mrs Cordie Bot oms is at Dr McChords Infirmary Lebanon this week for a few days treatment Miss Alice Busby has aboutt recovered from un attack of ma larial fever and will tegin her school this week Dr W T Barnett and wife visited his sister Miss Jappie last Sunday 1 Mrs Jonn Rose and little daughter Mary Gten from Har rodsburg spent last Friday with Mrs James Isham Mr Paris Peter celebrated his 84th birthday on the 12th hardest Schoolhouso The rain Saturday and Sun day put the water courses up and kept several young men at home and some away from home Mr T J Trent of Pleasant Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dis courages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it is not uncommon L for a child to be born f alfiictedwithweaklddneys ales too often If the urine scalds the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the passage it Is yet afflicted with ofItthese important organs This unpleasant trouble is due to diseased condition of the kidneys and bladder and not to a habit fes supposeJ men are made mis and bladder trouble remedyThet SwanifR ot Isjsoon realized It is sold fillyI K sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell se otiuoo4Ing all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Khmer It CQ nlhamton tl Y be sure and tnenMontIdS paper Democratic Candidates l ItThe following gentleman were declared the nominees Otheir j party for the respective county offices at the Democratic primary hfeld in Washington cou 3ty Au gust 6tb 1904 They i reto b voted for ai the regular slectlon November 1905 For County dge B LL Litsey For Co Attorney T S Mayes County ClerkW P Bo her Rep sfcnttive W D CIa brooke or Sheriff S Osbou ne Supt of SchoolsJ W Bush For Jailer =Geo D Vatl tt For Assessor T P OBi yan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroper J M Mon gomery Grove spent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Evat Cr W spentSundayMr Ezra Goodlett andsisters Misses Nora and Tavie attended atLebanonMr Ed Smothers anc family spent Sunday with JM Sale and family and on account df high water they spent Sunday night Mr J K Gray Mrs Sarah Gray is with her sister Mrs Lucy Side L jjSchqpJlfiomnxenced here Monday with Mr W P Chettham as teacher daughterOllieand Nelsdn county last Thu sday MAUI Those of our readers who are in any way interested in the news from our flourishing little town must not censurd its correspondent for the occasional nonappearance of its Jetter for indeed it is not duettj neglect but from duties whi6h must necessarily1 be attended to lToo much rain ys thats what the farmers are kicking about now and about three weeks since it was notenough but then he must needs worry over something or afc least he doesso it had as well be rain as anything else What is the use of so much fuming He who directs the ram clouds knows ones needs batter than we Miss NancyShehan has re turned home after a pleasant two viller weeksvisit t8 friends in Louis Misses Myrtle and Nel Andrews visited at t Duncans Hall last week Miss Jane Gregoryof Louis yille is the charming guest of Gregor3formerly r many ffiendsare del ghted toI have her with them ag tin- A Fourth of July icnic or fisb fry was held on ihe river below our little village last Tues day T1he fish were orderedj from the city so as not to be disappointed along his line There were some two hundredI in attendance and ev ry thins passed off plEasant as the crowd was very orderl Little MaybleDugan youngesttt daughter of Mr Hal Shehan t was pain ully hurt last week while returning home from Maud with foer father Mr She han had taken a plov to toe shop to have it sharpened and had gotten out of the 3iggy to open a gate The honie gave a sudden jerkcausing the child to fall on the sharp poirtt of the plow cutting a deep place iin her forehead Dr Shehan dressed the wound and the Uttl j one Isi getting along nicely Miss Imo Jean Go t103T and cousin Mr Earn s Goatley Of Valley tlilr were th j pleasant Lydiai SundayoThe many friends of Mr Albert Shehan will be pained to learn that he is again c nfined to his room Miss Josie Shehan iis no better at this writing Huoert Virgin va5 in town Mondayon business Dr RoBards of S aringtieldi was called here Bund y to see Mr Albert Shohan I- Miss Nellie Huston hrs re MapleHillI aunt Mr= M L Trpiitman We are glad to report Mr Jno Virgin as almost wcovared We believe we are cqu with our brpher uardan lintedI sister correspondent of Are we correct in saying that he is interested in all youlig people Mrs Dr Shehan land little sons are visiting relatives near L banon Miss Kathriae Settla has returned home from Louisville Miss Bessie Settle iis expected home Thursday night or a two months vacation when she nil again return to fill hur former position in Louisville Mrs Willie Shehan and daugh ter Miss Laura visile 1 Mr M L Troutman and wife last Fri day Dr Yates is noV at liome from Louisville having graduated from the Kentucky Jniversity last weeks ANTIOCH W T Mitchell andjfjimilr at ngsfiSundayAllen Kays of Fox Oreek visi Real EstateS irSaleeeT f Below is published a list of farms and other real estate in the hands f McElroy Whar ton real estate dealers of Springfield Persons having property fOr salp or desiring toqmake purchases will do well to call on them 50 1081 acre farm for sale located near pike 4 miles from Springfield good dwelling and parn good out buildings well watered and lays well 45 per acre t 51 220 acre farm located 6 miles mostlyingoodbarnsschool Price 4250 per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acr s 73 mIlsl from Springfield first class improve dwellingfirstgood orchard andpletoty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 iriile from town all in goodestate of culti ation lays well and mostly in grass right on the pike Price 31 peracre 64 Farm of 175 acres 61 miles from Springfield on good pike First class improvements of every kind all in feflced35peracrei 55 548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pike good im provements three good barns nearly aU tobacco land and lays well Price 4operacteS65 Good farm 140 acres 3J miles goodhousewatered 45 per are 57 Fine stock farm 21 mires from town 230 acres nearly all in grass 6OaCres iu clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass stpckbarnscistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price S5O per acre 58 90 acre farm 5 niles from goodlandgood small dwelling and barn Price S30 per acre 59 iSKgcres of land 1 mile from SpringfieTf all In grass good house and barn well fedced and watered 50 per acrer 606b acre farm 6 miles from Springfield good 3 room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre jromBardstowndwelling goodbarn60x80 good out buildings tine orhard50Q trees 90 i l grassPrlce300062 Farm if 208 cres S miles east of Bardstown alt lays well f33 acres cleared 75 acres in white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 21J miles from Springfield all in grass lays well price 1450 64 185 acre farm one mile fr om Mackrille on the pike gopd well wellfencedgrass 500 locust posts price 93Q pei acre fromSpringfieldall good outbuildings well fenced price 27 per acre it60 Nice place 42 acres 1 mile from Springfield good improvements all newly fenced and in good T repair 3500 ipilesfromroom dwelling good barn cistern at nceddesirable68 263 acre farm located 7 J miles from Springfield pear pike good 8 room dwellings good barn and othen outbuildings plenty tbbacco land 20 andrmostly jn grass Price 2750 per acre 69 14C farm 21 miles xiorth of Willisburg good 6 room dwellinR pood stock and tqbaccd barn first class tenant house eagy payments price 20 Nice small dwelling on Lebanon avenue Nice 5 room cottage on Perry ville pike SmalLcottage on west M1n street small dwelling on East Main Street GrundyVirginia McElroy Wharton Sp1in field Ky ted his brother James Kays SUn- day Mr John Anderson and Wife and little daughter GJadys visigl ted Mr Richard CoUinand fami ly Sunday Mr Richard Walls of near Springfield visited his grand mother Mrs Lucy Gary and sister sirs Lillie Barnett of Kirkland Mr BerCRob3nson and family came over to Mr JakeSniders to pck borriesj High waters ettinghomeMrs lEssi Ml doXand little guestsOfMISS Pannfe Sweazy Ot Green Chapel visit I her brothersLeyj and N F H eazy Saturday placebeganRoutt the teacher We wish him allahe success he may b ve Rev C C Allen will preach at Fairview Saturday night and Sunday Tile Orlna l Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity ofFoleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foley a Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered as no other preparation will cive the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest fot ch Jlfkenand delicate persons For sale by The RedCTos Drpg Store r 1IlldiCStiOU Cnrci There is BO case of ndigestiont dys pepsia of itomacb trouble that will not yield tq the digestive and strengthen ing iufluencig of Kbdell Dyspepsia cure This remedy takes the strain off t 6eJ stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing itorest untihit grows strong again Koiol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent lelief front indigestion and alt stomach troubles biildup the jiystem and so purifies that disease can not attack and foothold as wheh in a glint condition Sold by all DnJit T S iSICURED 1 c FOR OUR READERS 1r 1r 1tCyrus Townserid Bradyfi i Dashing Pirate StOfff fI J 1 j Sir Henry orgattj 1 J Buccaneer if l t f Say Harry Morgan IIoveyew IPRESS COMMENTS r The story is a fascinating onea concentration of all the pirate stories that ever wer irrIttearRo6hes ter Herald V Mr Brad yhai a graphic and realistic power of de scription rizi novel is full measure and running over with thrills Brooklyn Eagle t The story is full of incident andhasan appropriate measure of love and sword playiNew York Time Cyrus Townsend Brady has bad the hardihood to set aside the romantic pirate of fictionali tradition and paint a genuine historic pirate C Jlustful murderous brutal relent Q JJ S less The story has force and dra made interest The Lamp i The Interest of the action high in the beginning is held tothe point of utmost tension throughout St Louts Star It is as raVish and dashing a craft on seas literary as any of the heros blackflareed ships on seas rtuaL NewYorkVorld Kings aIcrOerthrowofMargin Herasniu Captain Alvafdb and beautifully from jumtinffci 1 WATCH FOffOENINGdliARS4 l IlheI first National Bank I IfS6apll SRRINGF1LD Soooo KY s II Surplus and Undivided 25OO40 1 OFFICERS Bi Litsey President Jo6n W Lewis VIcePreie4itt EliISg DIRFCTORSB fl Litsey J W Lewis Sidney Green F tbell R EL Edelen H M John 0 Polik frgrant every favor wjth Your boh S ness respectfully QCQQQQQQQQQCaQ669QO6 tilllulill11 tBIRTH OP THE WALTZ THE DANCE HAD ITS ORIGIN EITHEr IN FRANCE OR GERMANY 1aI and For a FaiililoBalilc- Soclctr la an Uproar t No exact date can be ascribed to the Introduction of the waltz Into England from France In 4800 Gllray published a caricature of a couple waltzing with the note that this was Intended for a quiz upon the thh foreign dance waltzing Again In 1S10 the same art Lst published another sketch entitled La Walse Lo Bon Genre with the note Tho walse was at this time new In England and justcbnijug Into lash ion 1 The fame or rather uotorlctyof the now daucc bad however reached ngln1tlrsome years previously Dr Buruey had seen JUdanced In Puns In 1780 and was moved to write now uneasy an English mother wquld feel to sec her daughter so unfamiliarly treated and still more to note lilt obliging wuanner In which the free loin Is returned by the females Halkcd In his Joticnal declares that no event ever produced so great a sensation in English society as the In troduction bf the German waltz which he attributes to DnronNeu niann and others about the year 1811 lIe relates bow the morning which hud hitherto been dedicated to loung ing in the park were now absorbed at home III practicing the figures of a Frehcli ViuadrHle or whirling a chair round the room to learn the step and incasureof the German waltz It was danced at Almacks by a few very bold spirits notably Lord Palmer stou Mule Ue Lleyeu rrl cess Ester hazy and Baron cuinannj and thug became a matter of exhibition the whole company standing on benches to view the performance However the untlwaltzlng party took the alarm and cried It down Mothers forbade It and every ballroom becamb a scene of feudand contention How profound was Its unpopularity In cer thIn quarters Is proved by the pa qulJ nades leveled against It The famous seven lines tembracedcomiajonly1 attributed to Byron lnre they were published anony in 1812 and some authorities give Thomas Moore as the author Att Impromptu purportlbg to be addressed i by an Indignant llover to his betrothed and her partner echoes ByronslIng Youve brushed the bloom from the peach FronMho rose Its sort hue What youve touched you may take Pretty waltzer adieu Another poet dcllvercdhimI elf of the foliotviug diatribe i 1ntbB1nsplrJngago1Pcen be t stage rVVhtlo waltzing female wltfc unblushln face Disdain to dance but In a manS em braccv Tlie waltz however contluuc3 g Ihrikcj struggled successfully through all 1U difficulties Flaurhault who wan fJa ficur du pols In Paris canie over and with a host of others drove the prudes into their jntreuchmcnta And v when tIme Emperor AlexandcrTwas seen waltzing around the root at Alniacks a with his tight uniform and numerous decorations they surtenderedt discre t J tion J1 It Is a moot polnt wbether the waltz a originated Ip Franco ortCerwaBy I whether it came from the Freack yJLv j Volta or thevGennan national dance tile Landler According tp French UuthorltlQS Ja Vo1ti2 wp shb1 jJ ltjY VivId Account O iM rir e sttiS Battfes on the Sj3ani i l ifrrcasiirc FinT and J Rescue bf lJfcrr j jiccdes by the t 6f CaMvdI t Profusely illustrated t Profits Xaja Grjindj consistent jafe banking solicited TimcjIIacl commencing T vraitz a lola wmA TtoyjAi wmtiiti birthplace anil itvas firmt to1r d efd at tiie court of henry It aFoataIe bleaii IQ 1535 by th C5bmtjjN ipllj wh ifIs saidi to have inveated It 4k mnIJt called It La Volta Se stt Mthe name Is suitable both iuelitthe JBtyniology of the worn jUttrlfcji charjictcr of the dance t V It enjoyed a great run throuzt Frakice and e en penetrated to SM landjf where it met with turkebes tiort loUC writer averring thit 14c hI 01ition Into Prance lsd bis i dTec edilijr the power of witches jitary il art puce exhibited her agifi oi tttii daude5but7khe was car all jwt to IN peat the experiment MM tWa i 1C if that th labottbeJastbeanJofl d In 16tOi da llieber Jkl gusfin From Qeipiany the dac made its uray te Vienna aad waS iMn- duced into the opera whhIebykt jb It f9tind its way to Jrauce wbee came to England the Insidtewi wimr this imp of Gfermaay bro ght W ill Frabcc TIc waltz when first c1a3ed ta I don was a slow movement Jt w temps and the early English lificompositions were very poo Ktcfii canib td Jon u11 183T to play at JU- adtsItu rind Ills waltxaste created ft perfect furore It killed fee oi M temps waltz and the deer teoip usurped Its place Now bat tbe f nation of the waltZ Is all jwwerftrt l 1- d1fieulttore4IllZC the comnwttoii btro4pctlon eamisetLLoado Jiii iV z4detrekM Jj was looking absiet lit 4 j Tmllllnerjr department i6dy bm1I fieli nilnK wife and I saw the- cut wiit tliiig yes interrupted her foxy bus tl sag Iel I1lcn o iargeas r mirrors all around wee ysa JS- Icougregateixchsuge j kjmo peopleare laqHteitfvfr trs I 1t not becinmec they waist te kuw South DoDd Tribtla s t Ir iW hr 1p When sheep were trf t iatwpdwjii tO Cornwall Eughuid T a dqet had strayed tro the nptaada Gwjthlaii sands w rf eat there the tide anti uttlmatelj eftntoa tap iSt jives bay durl f t1Jldht Tethe floating flock was uimMadj from the jst IvcafttshhigbpRte wbS ewwa never having seea sooett tiook fbera forborne new kind oi toll ant 04 theIr best to secure theez both bjrkooka and lUicji and by nctti T Pf they ioe cured they brought boom trtampbairt ly j ext morning as a erf to whkk even pilchards wee asIJIai a WeS A Xcw ealaod paMT J ttlw settler aotlced a hawk Artec a peculiar man1 and wjlnfW In paIn The ftjtttnr obted ft gv shot the bird sad hevedtlgs- tIkocaue of to dfetam asa which waaiwcbtd on the JMWk with Its tetk 1tWbatWt Mobi npelL Apiarcutlr tbftoU i IM poaJkoe4 uiv tt tile hawk wt a It wu oa the reind and was erv4s kyVVd with thalgtit oC lta Nft- a Me tawenAJ feiW cOW Is tmost In rbb1W People Jo8 If each othee yb41tfli and preserve sfofty tey gIe the wboio tin A JIlat a llftttt fkiUR his partner tie crtLs flIl W htsltute td po11 wW7 that w mll iroh rUy I rtJllu nlstrAatkJIt Lady I know of n real worth but iraijquU finniic wbl h F1S Jtil1t r1 lll8 lie V or Tit JifJ 5sttm L Secretory lJa4 in hi Yale rIckMr letter 10fY 4 eooe try 46 MT that UM sdmii1s- trltop of the criminal law in a- llpjM1of7f the VuIoeitber BMkf be MM orlwo xcptiosii 1uithiraesl to eMir vIIiztkm We heBoirichUif aa ace wbss we otnoot jvtead yoMth per ciythtioe ewnu 0 lfi coi nUjr M CftMe of laxity Jn th aJitfeeoMU cf lw SijJce i jiltt in ite tTaitea State there hive btn 131 961 warder andS Jlticidef1Id thera baVe 2 284 xcwIma Ia 1885 the i MNiftfcartf jwrters was 1908 i la 1i01 Iti bad iicreaaed to 8Bl2 4 TIIWi fciwibec of executldns since j108t In 1904 the num S i srias 116 This tatJiDg i- n1Sfj Nto tbnuber of murder p ipboa eideii ti cpnpairpd i w3tirt lttRberor executions W tJtiu toe atory As murder Is G 1Miipereaae so are Uol tf k f9lGft felony class end 7J wieao b no doubt tljat they will cooling to increase waless fttthe criminal laws are enforced 7 1i4l Jnore certainty wore uni v IMrwiity mOle severity than 1 toMT now are Our country Is diif kd by the number oft I Jyjtehinfi that occured both in tbe North and in the South r tfothfiijf but a radical improve p lt IP our admistratipn ot criminal Jaw will prevent a Olhitbe number of lynch t te iMJthe United States FOR THE CHILDREN 5eM keT V All tfce cMlirf4audln a half chf s t e azcit twa wkstandn theccnterS ltJM group tiSe of these Is the mas aZF ite axitheoier1tbedonkey- i lF tlon rIM two kavetiw following conversa IItKaitecWkre wast thou oh doa kIywL14ce7 DoIlk YIn the mill so fine and fait + MasterAnti what fildst thoii in the S mill j t flokeyCarrI d full bags with a r Swill ilaster IVay what did those bhga vVcotitaln Dopkey Books with printing large adplaIn laster Donkey what did the print- Jn1show 1 ponlcey Beautiful songs Id hare jyou know xf 4 Blaster Qnlbkly donkey sing us i i iaibet fS W Donkey Oh dear master I know J J cias ilienthe mastersays the rest fRun and get iny biggest whip A AjWthedonkeyys cru1 1 guess Its time to skip And off he runs with all the rest after him The one who catches him takes his turn as master and the one who remains farthest behind In the i racebecolIicsthe donkey Btif ef Je4at These proverbs appear to be familiar imf liey don t read as they should i Wuadcan be the matter with them I t The mlce wJHplay twixt the cup and er the lipi1 A bird In the hand catches the first- worm 11hen the cats awa look not upon the whieij Early to bed ahd early Jfo rise St maketh thelieart sick He who fights and runs assay Is rather to be chosen than great riches 55Hope deferred tpnkestman healthy wealthy and wise JTheres many a slip when It Is red- The early bird may live to fight an other day l 1 ival tJame Is worth twain the bush lIew Aaba rlT Marle Arab bv ya hoot their marbles In a curious manner They put the shooter- between the middle and the forefinger x oit the left hand placing the hand fiat on the ground the fingers closed The forefinger of the right hand Is pressed on the end joint of the middle anger and the sl Ktcr Is propelled with force accuracyand t What Mill Are Good Per IK an examination was the question What are the benefits of hills to country Little Sese r answered They aI od to plant potatoes to rimlcia + ffifrtaifn LeeSeae of Humor The lamented FltzJSugh Lee had a good sense of humor remarked his warm personal friend mlleral Jack Hayegat the Sborehain J When General Lee a few weeks prior toMs death as president of the 5eJamestown Exposition association got cteiegrniu frOm Governor Feiuiypnck t r cr of Pennsylvania that the Icgtslaturc of that stateiad made agenerdis upc- proprlatlon to that enterprise General Lee wired him back as follows Sincere thajiks I solemnly prom- iSe nevcr more to draw my sword on thejsoll of Iennsylvatli except lu lie- Sefease Washlnzton Lost L tEyerybqe ith weak digestionj should use M onajit this season and so strjedgthen the stomach that disease germs can have ran erfect whatever This re rk1e remedy puts the whole min so healthy 4 SIRES ANI SONS Governor War ekl of Maryland has received the dejpe of LL D tress Lafayette coltefe Easton JSeMtor Albert J Beverldge of Ih diana wlirissae a book next fall efltl tk4 Tlrf Young Man and the World Sir William Soulsby clerk to more than a score of lord mayors of London has more foreign orders than any oth er civil personage In England- Lbrd Cufztm viceroy of India nK ways carries with him when traveling copies of tie Arabian Nights Teeny sOn Horace and the Old Testament C H Dallas of Leavenworth Kan uiBya Sharps rifle one ota consign ment sent to that state In 1855 by the Abolition society of Boston invoiced as Bible Ramon Corral the new yIce presi dent of Mexico educated his children In the United States and hells in sym pathy with the most advanced educa tional methods Robert Dearie who is eightyseven years of ago and about the oldest tradesman In Epsom tins witnessed the race for the Derby on seventynine consecutive occasions Lord Roberts the famous British army oflScer will visit this country some time next fall He has an- nOunced his Intention to his old friend Colonel W Gordon McCabe of Rlfch mond Va The Austrian parliament has a mjm her who was a waiter Carl Mitter mayor was elected to the relchsrath a YIs serving as a waiter In a small subur bats restaurant General Alexander S Webb General Charles B Comstock General David McM Gregg Chief Justice Nichols of the supreme court of Louisiana and General Samuel Breck are the only survivors of the West Point class of 5SCharles M Bailey of Balleyville Me has made from 5000000 to 10000 000 as a manufacturer of oilcloth He began In 1847 In a little burn and now his factory covers twentyfour acres of floor space Mr Bailey Is elghtyflve years old but works every day fW E Corey president of the United Steel corporation Is at the head of a concern that employs 105000 n en He Is in his oQIcc every morning at 030 and there he remains while there is work to do sometimes until 7 or 8 oclock in the evening Twentythree years ago he was earning 15 a month ICURIOUS CULLINGS The curiosities of Vienna Include a small dog which having been born without front legs has learned to walk about on its hind legs The advertisement of a Springfield Mo dentist says Laughing gas and vitalized air for extracting Perfectly sate anrusrmle3s lady in attendance Into the funnell of a steamer at the mouth of the Mersey flew a homing pi geon And from Its calcined remains was t ken a metal band marked H P 1901 022 Isidore Brand n aged seventynine drowned hlmseJt In the Seine recently because his granddaughter with Whom h6 lived reproved him for eating too much for a man Qt his age A kitten wlth rabbits feet and eyes Is a curiosity exhibited by Mrs Eliza Perry of Bristol Vt The kitten was a three colored pne wblte black and yellow Wben nlUe the kitten walked or hoped like a rabbit- GOWN GOSSIP reJJIRumes are m fashIcna ble and many summer d ncipg fropks are billowy with them Turn back linen embroidered cuffs ire five and six Inches deep and have aljuost vandyke points f Shlrrlngon heavy bords is a favorite means of trimming simple gowns and even when used on handsomest cos jtumcs is very effective SUit has not gone out of fashion be cause of the advent of hot weather Taffetas and fancy silks not to speak of foulards and other utility silks are Immensely popular The dress without a guimpe orIl chemisette Is an exception this season The fashion is greatly to be encour aged not only for its daintiness and almost universal becomiuguesa but also for Its coolness New York Post WalnatM and Butternut TIe city boy on a Visit to the coun try Is often puzzled In trying to dlstln gulsh black walnuts and butternuts in the greta state The leaves are almost alike being compound and having a variable number It leaflets arranged on n long stem The butternut stem has from nine to seventeen leaflets and the black walnut from fifteen to twentythree The tdcth on the latter are larger and sharper than those on the butternut and lack the fuzzy stem but the real distinguishing feature is the odor Having once smelled the crushed leaves of a butternut and a black wajnnt a person can never fail to know them thereafter IRiddle themorningonAt noon walks upright oq two legs At night walks 9ntthree but no more 1 Man In Infancy be walks on all fours At noah In his prime be walksI rcct on two legs At night when bcutandold he uses a staff Ar1dde a riddle ou may suppose A dozen eyes but no mouth nor nose A potato Long legs crooked thighs 1Tonm iAUARD AGAINST-TGr 1d 1 t iKeep WelllbyStrengthcni5g r i the Stomach in SummerJ ihMionat frL cone mora Often from a iveaV stomach than from any other cause anlrheumaticcauSed Lan acid condition of toe stomach Miona corrects all this prevents the formatior of the acids and nervousness t idney mkJcuredcuredOrDrugStor OrDrugStor4a iing unle L Rf SPORTING WORLD oJ Britt Aaaevaee Xis Plaa JlDamy1Jrltthasexpresaed his IBMI tJoUot retiring from tke ring He1uu expressed it openly but says he wtabea to have his Inning with a few nor lightweights before hIs few remalalBg months of pugilism are up I will fight the best man that can be found within amonthe Mid That inlght be Haulont It might be Kid Sulllvaa It might be Willie Lewis JICMT BRITT lam ready and willing to fight any one the public wants me to fight and I dont Intend to let Nelson getaway from me I realize that the Dane and myself will pull the biggest house of any two fighters that could be matched anywhere in the world today Dont think for a minute that I am overlooking that Biit the time Is not ripe I will find some good man In San Francisco and later I will fight in Los Angeles probably Abe At tell Then I may make a trip east getting a number of fights in a short space of time and then retiring from the ring J I want to retire an unbeaten chain- pion aM I dont know of a4y one who will prevent me fro doing this Dr Meade Breeding Stable Dr C C Meade of Cincinnati Is get ting together quite a fine lot of royally bred brood mares and he is breeding them to the greatest sires Ills mare Minnie Jlcllvaln 223 by Hinder Wllke 22014 recently foaled a flue colt by The Bondsman sire of the sbn eatloal trotter Grace loud 3 200 i and will be bred to the great old sire Alcantara Consideration by The Con querer 212 4 has foaled a bay cplt by Ashbow 229Vi and will be bred to Jay Bird Vela by McKinney 211 dam by Wilkes Boy has been bred to Cresceus 202 Lady Red Leaf by Red WllkesJ Jr has been bred to Al cantara anti Maritana by Allerton 200 to raymtjBter This is a splendid collection ofrmarcs and the class of stallions they jare be- Ing bred to will give Dr Meade a great lot of youngsters Dr Meade has started right in the establishment of Ills trotting stud and he will within the next few years have one of the choicest collections of trotters In Ohio The Junior Golfer It is generally believed that the biggest spurt of the many young golfers throughout the country has been made It would be next tolImpossible for them to keep up their showing of last year through another season This be lief is based on experience In the west where they had their Innings a year earlier than in the east There he young players or juniors so nearly disrupted several organizations that narrow legislation was Introduced which for the time being shut then off from many links Of course a little re flection showed the toby of this move while nothing could keep down the real jstars The last took the Invasion njjjre philosophically and so has little to undergo Tile best of the young sters are sure to make a still further advance during the next few months but they are not likely to dominate the season as they did last year Itahl New Collegian Manager Jake Stahl has added an other recruit to tile Washington team by signing Outfielder Rotbgelb cap tain of the University of Illln6Ist Roth gelb Is a college mate of Manager Sfahl and has a great reputation in the wjost as a ollege ball player He Is a young giant being more than six feet tall and weighing 200 pounds He is well proportioned and suggests Bill Lange thtouce famous center fielder of the old Chicago team NorthWestern Wlc ala Circuit The Northwestern Wisconsin fair trotting circuit which gives six weeks of racing commencing at Eau Claire Aug 2a offers a total of 22700 In purses and all shipments are easy over tol4lwlngEaugusts Xclllsyllle Black River PdilsI and Lacrosse Womaae Intuition suiyhowJack It Is that quality lua wife that makes her Jnisband discharge a preulT stenpgraphor New York Press AH Bar Job Mrs Crawford Why wont your bus band buy you an auto Mrs Crab hnwH says wecan run Into debt fast enough now without em ploying machinery Puck Surprised Ella gets her beautiful complexion from her motherSIs her mother a chemist Cteve and Plain Dealer The GreatDlvlJFreddie Whats a pedestrian dad Cobwlgger Hes a man who cant ford an auto Nejr York Times Tile Lar t eke Hea Xlove the carol of the lark tkrUl1nrne1eme derk goatIIM MtIC 18 tH I 11 Nt lJovetoeat s of the hen I HINTS FQR FARMERS nCow Ja IarProfessor Jtormaa of the Indiai t xperiment station says of the care et Idairy cows In summer If it Is possible f to provide a dqrk shed where the may go In the middle of the CQwjj avoid the sun andil1t Is a mp JAndtf ration throughout the summer reu lug the quantity when gras Is flush and lessening the proportion of coni and other heating feeds Most cow owners have something oot the farm which they can feed to JuIJ plement pasture The Important think Is to do It The professor says the farmer should not allow the cows to shrink as a shrinkage of two or three pounds a day Is not merely a loss for the time being but is very great loss throughout the remainder of the sea- ni Make your plans to prevent this loss Have a patch of corn where it Is the least trouble to get it to the cows hop the stalks up in bits an Inch or tyo long and the cows will eat both the leaves and the stalks with arbllsa r the Her a Mouth IIt1l would only lay out a little more money In the purchase of bits there would be fewer bad mouths and lore comfort among their horses says American Cultivator ABi it Is most people appear to be wedded to one pat tern of bit and If so are extremely dis inclined to adopt any oilier The resut iIs that the manners and mouths their horses are permanently Injured and accidents occur which might other wise have been avoided If horse owners breakers and stud grooms would only remember that there is a vast dif ference in moiiths and many a horse Is driven half mad by an unnecessarily severe bit a good deal of money could Be saved and many an equine reputa tion would be spared It by no means follows that a horse which pulls will lose the habit if he Is driven In a se vere bit Very often It is just the re verse and therefore the study of their horses mouths should be the care of every owner Fowl For the Farmer A Wisconsin correspondent of Amer lean Agriculturist writes I do not ad vise crossbred fowls for the farmer who wishes to make the most out of his flock I strongly advOcate raising full bloods in preference to the common dunghill fowls or to the infusion of new blood each year or two Into common stock The farmer who will mar ket all the culls will soon have his flock on a paying basis If properly housed and given necessary food and care By culls I mean the inferior stock small In size for the breed and too poor laying powers to pay for feed and time Ki ii5aerIf ybu want to raise hogs at a profit you must first have a pasture and then keep your hogs in the pasture said W H Beacham before the Calhoun coun ty la farmers Institute Through the summer feed but once a day after the sun has gone downthat Is If you have a nice large pasture After sun Jown your chickens have gone to roost Tud your hogs get the corn They sleep all night get up the next morning arid go out In the pasture and eat grass cjvlth the cattle Always keep water so that your hogS will have free access to It atall times Yarns Fertllltr I am earnestly in favor of cultivating any and all of the clovers because of their aid In keeping up the fertility of the farm and this Is a matter that farmers must continually be looking after says a New York farmer in American Agriculturist I even like to sprinkle In a little white clover seed when seeding down a field to grass It adds Iomewhat to fineness to the bay and also to the bulk while the quality is unsurpassed F H D Steubcn County Charcoal For Poultry Charcoal is one of the most essential articles of food to successful pouJtry farming The best way to secure this Is to jplace cobs of corn In the oven un til charred and then shell oft the corn to the fowls You will soon see an ea gerness developed nnd a healthy con dition brought about All pale combs will become bright red bad the busy song which recedes laying will soon be heard bud the average yield of eggs greatly lncreasedInland Farmer Matiarliorses Wliep a brood mare Is weak in any Important quality be careful to select a stallion with which to mate her that Is strong in that particular quality and from a family which isnotcd for excel ling In that quality Rapid gaited short striding mares should be mated with big gaited stallions and vice versa Feedluir Chickens Giving the fowls too much corn re suits In weak bones The fowl that has ration rich In proteln and has lime in some form with plenty of grit will develop a belie that will stand almost any ordini4ryiise Jumping from a high perch will not then result In a broken legI Farm Progress Bat Butter Flavor- Some of the trouble with bad flavor iu butter comes from hey dust In the table Before cows arc milked hay Is thrown down nud the ale Is filled with n line dust Much of this dust was formerly In the highway It with btowV by the wind over tthe liayfiehl before the grass was cut The Ylflouw Mere A vicious mare that h Inclined to kick arid bite other horses should never be permitted to run at pastur3 with val tuible brood tiiarca or young stock Tt Ball of the lancets The SyrInga gave a party rnd invited friends to sup 7 The insects all came gladly and drank from each tiny cup HU LadyburDlue Bottle Fly attended by six Hone Flies took command For music they had hired a band of Crick eta dressed in brown And lblackl rWhilet j ilancedcabout and did the highland Made such a noise the hardly hear her sing flingII Pha Hornet played the cello carries neath his wings And tho ladies hovered round deftly pMcd the strings Itt rhe gallant little Fireflies lit u the summer night nd iIngsi If T i WOMAN AND FASHION An Attractive Xecllsree rfejjjQgees are in demand at all sea 1 sons of the year but especially so dnr thel1ef1rl a most attractive one made of pretty rlayruT with simple trlihining of eni broldered bantling which allows a BDBrUCE NEGLIGEE choice of putted or loose sleeves The slightly open neck means comfort coolness and style aillii one and It can be belted with arrfljbon or hft free as preferred Whether made w 1th Ithe full or puffed sleeves It is emi simple and can te laundered with ease for which reason it 1aesic daily well adapted to cotton and Hi en- materials requftedtor4 yards 82 or p yards 44 inches wile with 4 yards of banding and 2 ya ds of embroidery for frills Concerning Blue Pastel blue Isa leaders Sky blue holds its own Turquoise will not down Wcdgwoobhue is beautiful Periwinkle is daintily pretty Cadet blue Is very good style Plumbago Is a deep light blue Gobelin is never out of fashion Delft is very much liked tills summer Steell blue IIs a becoming shade to manyS strIngblues Linen holds Its own especiallyInthiI long coat suits Which becoming The plaited skirts are jop ular and pretty but the circular skirt with tows of cry narrQw stitched bauds around the bottom Is growing in favor on account of its greater dura cofrsewhitep sepafatecoats The l1ar8ii Ribbon forms one of the important items In the dress question now e plain styles are quite as effective on fancy stuffs as are the fancy oil the plain materials They arc shirred andI plaited unmercifully and are used in the most unique forms but nee tile less thy are pretty For a Small Girl The design here shown should be useful by way of suggestion as we as example as to how trimmings sh mid be the expression of character In clothes without overdoing It The yoke is tucked in suubursl ef feet and the fullness at the waist Is taken up In TUCKED tiny FnOCXiiand back The addition ten jug with little rosettes where the tucks end Is quite a pretty Idea although belt or a strap similar to that on aI ihouldcc would be as effective on tresses TIle Kindly Sparrow Owing to the loudnesg of its song a lady In Chelsea used to hang up tli e ca nary In Its cage in the trees In het gar den She notlcpdoue day a sparro v fly to the cage and standing on the tipt of Jt began twittering to the canary By and by It flew away but promptly returned with a worm which It ropI ped through the wires for ItsJnewly found friend It continued to be thug ivil day by clay until the canary would receive the worm directly from UK sparrows bill IbO ladys ncl l bor observing this Interesting dUpIajr o courtesy also hung up their cages nu were gratified to see the sparrotr attend to tliclr birds too but it nlvoyp l made n point of mluljtartng th J wants of Its eurllist chum first o f 4 AW W 9f+ VEGETABLE ICIL AM RenewerA I t softafldptIQuy md prevents spllttiflg It thC ends Cures andb lway miorci colar 40 irsyisIrtjS I t irOJ IiI ToQureaCoIdiniijrLkxativ roMo Qqhth1T lltLA W 1 fseyss sRbuss MW bait 11 aus awI iii 1Ir w y L25ii WASHINGTON ETTER Sfeotal Correspondence The mackerel of the New England l toast are changing their habits so mud that tHe New England people are alarmed and have nppiedtothe pres Ident tof direct the fish commission to make ctn inv ttirafnn to ilofarmlni what Isithe matter with the fish Ml gration has become 5a tad with the fish wblch now go away and stay at some unknown plaJV for a good part of the year The New England pteopl want to keep in touchith the fish The matter Was incsentea to the presl dent by W H Jordan the collectoi of the port of Gloucester Mass ant Ucujamlii A Smith of fa board ot trade at Gloucester ItJls feared bj some od the Gloucester fishermen tha the mackerel nay finally disappear amt find some other home besides the Englan4 coast Sliver Service For the Teaaeee The battleship Tennessee which Representative Gaines of Tennessee said the president regarded as the most powerful battleship In any fleet in the wbrld will receive a handsome sllveir Eervlce at a southern port Preslden r Roosevelt wrote a brief note to thi navy department directing that wirer the Tennessee is completed and i ready to receive the sliver service it be sent to New Orleans for this purpose The note Vas gherllo liepresentatlvi r John Wesley Gaines of Tennessee who called on tire president to ask that the Vessel be sent to a southern port to receive the service New Orleans was preferred but any southern port would have answered Mr Gaines said thi service to be presented to the ship Ii to be oqc of the finest in the navyr There will be engraved upon the a brief history of the state The Army Uniform r The law officers of the war department have recently discovered fo tbeii surprise and disgust there Is no raw In which they can prohibit any persoi from wearing the regulation uulforn of the army or navy if such person cares to wear It J The war department has been wres tllng with the Cot an array offlcei who was permlttptl to resign for the good of the service ljut who still per slsts in wearing the uniform of hit rank It was first believed that l1e would be compelled to discard the hon orable shoulder traps but after the lawwas carefully studied It was found there was no provision under which such action could be taken As the matter now stands any civil inn wIth the bad taste sor to do mid the money with which to pay for It Call wcar the uniform of the Hcuten ant general of the army althoqgU there is but one man In the country entitled to Wear that particular dress The Pension Office Commlssloiter Warner oftlic pension bureau has npderkcouteniplatlon an novationthiit of changing ih6 present t method of keeping the records Of claim ants for pension In large cumbersome books to the card system Tire magni tude of this change can In q measure be understood when It is known thatt the names of more than a million sol diers with the companies and regl ments in which they served must be copied from the old books upon cards by hand These cards will lJe placed In the latest Improved file cases in al phabetical jOrder thereby enabling the bureau to find a claim when only the name of the claimant Is kjftowu This transfer of the records can be carried on without Interfering in any way with the current work of the bureau Tire services of clerks writing plain and legible hands Will be utilized and the actual extra expqnsfrwlll be the small amount of inbncy to be expended for cards and file eases chief Justice Not to He lrfiir It Is stated that Chief Justice Puller has no Intention of resigning his posi tion lIe has frequently told friends qnd neighbors that no chief justice of the supreme court baa ever resigned and that be does not Intend to dos his dirties not being so onerous as to require the rest that would come complete severance of official ties 1UI this attitude Is maintained Secretary Taft may never become chief justice Tuke tee Institute The president will spend the best part of Oct 23 at Tuskegee institute and n great exhibition of the Institution and Its stucloiits will be arranged l for A long procession of floats and other displays will pass before tlc president representing the work of the Institution A5 similar exhibition was given upon the occasion of the visit to Tuskegee made by President McKinley In December 1807 I Flreprooflnfir of Book An interesting experiment was made recently In Ufc blank division of the bindery of the government printing F office In the fireproofing books The reasury department was responsible for the Initial order which consisted In tho substitution of a prepared ashes tus for the blinders boards and back lag tire edges being coatedl with a fire proof Mould Cxtcnilon of the Capitol Every patriotic Aincrlcafi cItizen will hope that no obstacle will InMidolii the path of an extension of the cist frout of the captol at Washington In accord with the pinna which htvc heeD reported favorablyMy a Joint commiS Iion of the senate and house For Several generations this has been a project dear tot the heart of almost every congress and always dear to tire heart of every lover of ft Mu arch itecture who could not look at the grand building on the hill without a feeling of profound regret that luir posing n pile should be couspIciVaus In one great defect that the magijlllccut dome should seen troth the eastern point of view to be toppling over for lackt a proper and harmonious pod estal CARL SCHQFIELD rvCNTS An hgrccmcnt whereby one is to re ceive part of the profits of an enter- prIse as a means only of ascertaining his compensation docs not create a partnership 47 E Rep 52tf Tender of goods on JunQ tIs ut c1eI livery within the terms fa contract providing for delivery In May In the Absence of proof that delivery was pro vented bY some act or omission on the part of the buyer 83 M Y S Rep 10 t Where a salesman procured the side jf goods through fauie statcmcuts a5 the extent of sa zaikle erto be Bade of the saikIed e goods ther tatters hjjj prtiXjlpaf qaakvot W- rmltteil to nfeattbT tke fraud thougli e was not Joundby the jitnteinenbi Sttl B1pQQ 4i O5S f 4SJOID SHUK MCELRO T Gd WRTO 1cI1royWhon lilsiffailce Real state Agents Fire Life and Torado4htsfc f t l 4 Land Sold on omnisicS 0 J yOffice over Peoples Bank PhOi4 4 m aIQ KEEP t 7 Jjrk And have Peace inithe FamilyS Jn ojfler to do this youslibuia J I supply i some of our ourhOmtwt T E tCOMEORTSJ 4 9A1 STOVELI mtst aoiBrcBs F g sity in warm weather and there are- s none to equTOur Perfectioi Wick1s3s Blue Flame Vve have J threI Ife tq ICECREAM FREEZERS rii i arid Reirigeratorsarenice thlniil 1t1 to have in warmweat berjWe handle1 t il the best Try our Wonqcr Freezer I Absolutely the bet on the market We t thave a nice line Qfrefngel1atorstoseolect from in severali sizes land valqgjsv We make a leader oftie Sitka one of the best made j l L l c The Apollo Washing ftoachjine positiveI 1 ly does the work 1 II r r p See us about tin roof ing and plumbingt t i3 McElroyS hiiltz t sp ncb l Peoples Deposrif BankQOSPRINGFIELD KY ORGANIZED BECEMRCK 1SS H iCnpltal 50006 t Surplus Bud Profits 20000 i Y i r f 511cc dent J A Rontw re Cashieti Chas a1iIccimri ttI f j BejokKecper1S G A L Ha don J W Satterly T M plan ord 4i V Patrons enjoy every privileje usually expended by reliable ant y well equipped Banks Prospective Depositors 4re invited ta write or I litcall in person a i9 1 o q J U Iri H t ti 11HAI I I j I r f3T TX to the juafjmast 1 l or young woman nvho oudwitf success mute This being conceded tJfof first importance to get our training at the sbhopl that stands in the very front rank A Thh BRYANT 6 STRATTON BUSIN EM COLLEGE lj N E Center eiceadaim Walt at1LY ICy Jk BOOKKEEF INCS Seyen ekpcriencea teaclnerseacb oae SHCDRTHAND one a speciaHsti in his lipid t WrCtefor TYWFITlNc beautiful t book Mvlttg testimonials rpi j LTEIERAF3HV graduates occupiyiBfir prominent position all over the United Statesit be mailed to yok FREE School open at tire year Students can enter at any time y THOS WDHYDEN GEOJW SCHV rJ1rtPRESIDENT- SECt AHD TEA kT HUMOR OF TilE HOUR Expoied you toldiiie Reghial l whis IAudthe bride through hqr tears as whirled them away to the railway station tthat you had never before been married Why ini angel I never have he assented albeit a guilty flush swept to iris forehead Arid she continued her sobs be coming more evident I rusted you although you were a stranger when tmet you but now your Perfidy Is un masked Oh wIny should things he so What In the world makes you thliik such a thing If you never had been married hoiy could you keep step so perfectly With the wedding march No man who hasnt had Ibis pf practice can walk down the aisle and bo SGlf pos sessed whlla It Is being played j Chi cngo Tribune f Lynn Thou Just then the ark came very eat turning tuptle on earth caused tho cowirap tIWhat Mr Noah Earthquiikc under the water No replied Noah One b the cJe1 phauts Just sighted a peanut floating by and inade lunge for Tilch all goes to show it Is always best to take a bag of peanuts along wherever one goes Chicago News J TrylMK to Keep Uy Do you think therewlil be rious trouble between SwedenS anrjnot answered tine ntauru blue gla8ses live j through struggling with Spanlsh Jt1JlI slap and Japanese IdollJtrCiliti t enough to tackle Scandinavian sctcJ VashIngtongtar s i tK Ne CrmiilenJe- Afte the sllcnco had liegtiu to W t awkward be ewarflri WsJ throat I MM iooJtI I tloeet think MJst Dtaipkton Oil 1kwntTjML iloctst Wattll Bptted bIt U OoMttt riM ta ttr snt the moou just breljTl tonigtitrl r 11i P t r r t tA JARRING 7 ltQNE rf fJJ Hay yds ever seen a reVoltirtJsB i pulled oft with less bloodshcd abewt thpnTlils affair aVcrlniotaY h 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DR JJI BURTON 1f PHWD NT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED ifiITHOT PAINd OvreiHftgtt Block up atalr- a8PRINGrFIELD r KY DentallWprk Strictly 1 1All Firlt lass c OR J I1u LAIUPTON OFFICE v IaOpe raH uie 1 IiL li WFGRIGSBYS 1t rr ATTORNEY AT LAW Sr Qe over Peoples Bvifc i t SPRINGFIELD KY jfiB R6BABDS M W FYATT p ili RBARtS HYATT Jit fliiciinsi M Snrgcons j1 Office next to Ulerka Office p 7 1JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL Vlitchiiker Hi tarcler f v v Carries af line of Watches Clocks I h Jewelry Repairing a Spe iitltylLocatedoh Main Street t ppposUe Presbyterian church Springfield K- yL DRW F TRUSTY PRACTICAL Ii V DENTIST-Office over Haydon Barber t Dental work atraasonable prices i All work guaranteed t iJ SPRINGFIELD KY J JON Y MAYS 7IFUIEBM llIRCTOR I AND LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE4 pAY 191 NIGHT 74 r SPRINGFIELD KY iSS11 Railroad Schedule tFolowing is the time schedule now in effect on the fardstownv and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes ouisville at 410 pm Bardstowh Junction 502 pm flardstowrL 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstowri 617 am Bards bwn Junction 705 am I arrives at Louisville 755 am 4 No 43 Leaves Louisville at cS 730 am Bardstowo Junction I 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m arrives at Springfield 1240 pm ai No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm ir Bards owD 230 pm f BardstowtrSnnotion 4B5 pm jI arrives at Louisville 545 pm- t No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bard 6iy t town 8 am Bardstown Junction + 845 am arrives at Louisville = 935 am t No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves l vfeLouis i le at 6 pm Bardstown l Juactioa 650 pm Eards town 735 pm arrives at Springfield 1 825 pro 1p i r JAMESA coxi f fJF Agent fpr t I UE1TONNAYENN LAUHURi fj t t I Basket loaves Monday night returnsFrldy mght Firstclass work guaranteed F A osij= farJi fir Sale t kFarm containing 75 acres loca tied near Booker station about 8 fwk from Springfield for sale- tjGT hOuse and is well fenced nd well watered Contains good obacco land Can be bought 1011000 if taken at once For further particulars inquire of E L Davison Jr at NEVSLEA l jEf Office Notice sSt faviPg sold my saloon busii fr f p 4p W L C mbron I desire Y Sjperaons knowing themselves fnjbtiJotl to me to pIease call and V yiirf I must get all old busi naa closed up as soon as possi bte Tbmnkinjc my customers lr ihefr patronage I am Bespectfully TATHOMPsON it I f wi r mwrol lrolro mw Local Happenings of Interest i The Freshest and Laf sfii AboU Yourself Friends tAIi and Acquaintances t T Fruiters tops and gums atj Hagan BrosIj D Beautiful line ofiice tea glasses at Haean Bros i All kind stone jars at Camp bells fruit jars also A new lot buggy whips just come in at Campbells Real bargains in gold decorated disbes at flagan Bros Telephone your orders fOJ meats to Carpenter the butcher Try acan of our Specia Blend fprice tea Hagan Bros Dont forget we are sellinj furniture cheap through July a Campbells Silk Ribbon sorghum will make YO1smile For sale by Hagan Bros Get a pound of butter from us kept in the ice box fresh and firm at Campbells Dontipay 5cfor double sheets fly paper wt4en we II sell you threeatCanpel1stI trt The stork visited he home of Mr and Mrs T J Miller of Willisburg on the 8th inst and left a little blue eyed1 girl baby GathTeen Fay The Washington Cciunty Medi cal Association met at Tatham yesterday Drs RobaTdSrHyatt and Mudd were in attendance from town i Marriage licenses were gran edtbiseek to the following Thomas Mattmgly and Miss Mary Jane Sparrow Thos Vc taw and Miss Minnie Bruner Dr W C Grigsby the opti cian made his regular visit to this place as announced last Saturday He will be rat the Walton again on August 12th Uncle Len Hawker an old colored man who has been a familiar figure about town for many years died last Friday He was a veteran of th civil war arid drew a pension t filev J A Taylor of Louis vile will hold a series of meetings at thee Baptist church be inning orti August 7th next Rev Taylor is an able preacher and the meetings houtd prove interesting j S M Campbel reports Bards town court as being very well attended but very lidtle stock on the market Sold bhe cow and calf 2475 1 cow and calf 19 75 several horses on the market ranging in price from 30 to 1125 The marriage of Mr Lee Irvine and Miss Any Parker 6f Macon Ga was solemnized June 28th at Macon where both reside Mr Irvine is i nephew of Mrs A G McElroy and brother of Miss Bettie Irvine of this placei During the heavy rain storm on last Sunday afternoon the large sewer which passes through Conrad Hertieins yard broke and water flooded the basement of his place of business destroying ai quantity of Hour and doing other damage The next match game of base ball will be played afi this place on next Tuesday July 18th between the Springfields and the Louisville CoaJ pealers a strong amateur club of Louisville This teams pitcher Barrett is con sidered one of the finest amateur ball tossers in the state and the contest between him and Cplyin of the home team shoukI3e an interesting one Shocked by Liqhtninq During the thunder storm last Saturday several members of the family of Mr George W Robinson who lives in the Canary neighborhood were severely shocked by lightning Mr Rob inson was sitting on the veranda of the house his wife was en gaged in some workjust inside the door while other members of the family were in various parts of the house Suddenly lightning struck a tree which stands about ten or twelve feet from the front of the house Mif Robinson was knocked from his chair while Mrs Robinson was rendered unconscious from the shock A daughter who was in bile kitchen was also badly shaken up Mr Robinson says that his clothes were nearly all TQPIGSl iTiTiiT i torn off of him every butto being either torn off or loosened It was quite a narrow escape fo- tlefamily 5 farm for SalefJ myfJfarmf 2 miles north of Springfield between the Willisburg and Wai ftms Lick turnpikes Hasj Eiousj and barn on it and plenty of fruit and good water Contains some fine tobacco land For further particulars address MRS M A HENNESSY ItF D No1 1 Springfield Ky BaseBall The Springfield ball team has won two good games of base ball from strong clubs within the paste k and lo lovers of the sport are consequently highly elated On last Wednesday afternoon the home team crossed bats with the strong club the Fetters of Louisville and the result was a victory for Spring field by a score of 7 to 5 Tins game was one of the most inter esting ever played ori the home grounds and the result was in doubt until the last nian was out The game abounded in brilliant plays On Tuesday afternoon of this week the team from Greensburg came over fora game and the two clubs put up a remarkably strong game Itj was rather tpitchers battle both Colvin for Springfieldand Ward for Greens burg being in fine form The latter hid the Springfield batters completely at his mercy up until the last inning when they landed on him for four hits which netted three runs and the game The score up to the ninth inning stood three to one in favor of the visitors but the local nine made another brilliant finish and won out In the last round Total Depravity A case of utter depravity on the part of a man and a woman came to light here on Monday when Lewis Copley and his wife passed through here on their way to the Pottsyille neighborhood from the county poor house They carried two babies one an infant of only three weeks oflaboutthrough town tjiey met some colored women whose attention was attracted by the pitiable condition ofthe older child and the rough way the man and woman treated it The man it is said threatened to killthdbaby and both expressed a desire to get rid of it The colored women who e sympathies Were aroused agreed to take the child and the mother and the man turned it ovjr to them and went on their way The child which appeared to be sick and neglected was cared for by Hattie Mitehefa re spected colored woman on High street but wllllrobably be J5fint back to the Poor House The Cooley woman who was a Green bears a badreputation She was admitted to the PoorHouse abdut two months aero and brought with her the child and it is said to be the offspring of a negro man With whom she lived some time Death ot Mrs QuinnIY Mrs AHary A Quinn of Columbus Ga who had been here for several weeks visiting her neic Miss annie Wall died at the home of the latter in town on Tuesday evening at about 5 oclock The cause of her death was acute indigestion with which she was attacked on Monday Mrs Quinnv was about 80 years of age and was a woman of strong 1 character and lovable disposition She was asister of the late MrsJJ Katheiine Wall of this place Miss Fannie Wall was reared by her aunt at her Georgia home and was quite devoted to her The remains accompani by- r some of the relatives of the de ceased left here yesterday for Columbus for burial EFCNAL- Mrs A C McElroy was in Lebanon yesterday Mrs I H Thurman sJentla b week at Greensburg Dr George Shaunty of Louis yule was here Saturday Mr J Louis Harmon has re turned to Bowling Green Mr F R Hodapp was is Lou isvilleSunday and Monday Mr John S McElrov wife and son spent Sunday at Tatham Miss Louise Settles of Maud was in town shopping yesterda- yS Will Hawkins of Lebanon came over to see the ball game Tuesday jr Mrs Creekbaum and daughter of Ripley Ohio are visiting Mrs Albert Lake Miss Hattie Ro vletts of Louis ville is the guest IClf Miss Eliza beth Roberts t Mr Roy Montgomery of Leba- nOn and Miss Welch saw the ball t game here Tuesday Mary and Lydia Wharton are visiting their aunt Mrs J B Mabon of Lebanon Messrs W C Rogers and t Alfred Deheney were over from Lebanon Monday Misses Anna and rda Clay l brooke have returned from a t visit to Campbellsville t Mrs Elizabeth Graham has returned from a visit to Louis yule and Henryvil eInd I Miss Althaire Medley has returned from an extended visitff with friends in Louisville 04 Mesdames GC Wharton and Ralph Boldrick1 visited friends i in Lebanon last Thursday jfMiss Lottie Wilson after a visit to Miss Fannie Wall has returned to her homeatColumbus Ga S Mr and Mrs W Hfe Cleveland j of Marion county visited Mr J t R Claybrooke and family Sunday f Mr RY McElroyof Leba ron recently returned from a i tour of Europe was in town yes terday Mrs Forest Pcttingerof Washington D Tis visiting her parents Mr D H Houston at Maud f Mrs Margaret Grundy atten ded the funeral of her sister Mrs Cox at Bardstown lat Monday JfMr George Wathen of Mem phis Tenn is the guest of his aunts Mrs TY Simms and1 Mrs Cooper MissesFlorenceandijelenPrice and Miss Bennett ot Louisville arrived llast evening to visit MissJ Alice McElroyIMrs Mary Lake who has teen Visiting her sons B D and Al bert Lake has returned to Hunt ington WVa V Mr Horace Bohon with the Kentucky Wagon Works of Louisville visited Mr E S Mares Jr last week Mrs Roger Handy returned to her home in Texas last Friday after a visit to herparents Mr Sydney Green and wife Will Thompson has typhoid fever He has gone to the home of his parents in the Pleasait Grove neighborhood Mr and Mrs Pius Whelan Jr Bardstown were visiting Mr Whelans parents Ben FjSimms and wife last week I J JJ PARIS GBEENj 4Bug Brand the422I i Kind that Kills at U PfDONS DRUGSTORE fl t We Solicit J J iHavin taken charge of the RED CROSS DRUG STORE ve respectfully f tsolicit a continuation of the public patronage which it has enjoyed i I f Smock J Hayilonj Proprietors W RED GROSS pRUG STORE Prescription WorK is our Specialty W j Mrs Katharine Neale of Lou isville and daughter Elsie rE- visiting Mr F R Neale t Ind wife and other relatives Mrs J B Latimer of Nev da Mo and Mrs Alice Thompson of Louisville are visiting re la tives here apd in the country Mrs Fred Carrico has returrec to her home at Sanger Tex is rentsfap F Grigsby ire at Crab Orch ii tending the convention of the County Attorneys Association Misses Cambron Hyatt ajnd Morgan who have been guest att the R W Clements home n jai town have returned to Un on C9unty f Rev William Harrison Will wlhish for the benefit of his mother health Dr W F Trusty has renteid he lower tart of the jji us owned by IL G MarJri recOn 13 uccupiel by Mrs H ordJn as moved his family into it dJJGMrs Emma Curry and f aid Mrs Frank Curry of rodsburg were the guests ot he fimily of Mr E S May s 5r the latter part of the week Messrs Frank Smith Fig Swearingen Sam Rodmaii nd Richard Smith of Bardstpwn attended the ball game betwi jen Greensburg and Springfield last Tuesday evening Messrs ML Searcy Con ad Hertlein iMcBride T D Wrfls- r A Burns and Rj S MJIJPC Sr attended thefuneral ot Mr John Severance at Lebanon Sun day afternoon Miss Fannie Wall StjJla Simms Mr Frank Wall and wife of Louisville and Mr Ferd Kuhn of Nashville accompanied the remains of Mrs Quinn to Columbus Ga An automobile touring party composed of Dr Ireland and wife Miss Myra Wells of Louisville and Miss Est lle Fullen wider of Shelbyville will arrive today to visit Mr and Mrs TD W Us From here they will be acc rn pariied by Miss EuphemiaW ells and the party will tour Cen ral Kentucky before returning to Louisville Mr J G Mansfield tboor merwellknowh business man of this place who went to Spatan burg S C a few months ago is here this week ona little busi ness Mr Mansfielu is deligl ted with his newliome and is ding Well He is operating a hotel andiis besides interested yini a wholesale grocery His son Joe Mansfield is looking after the grocery business Society rtaJnedtheevening in honor of her Visitor Miss Sallie Adams 1i Miss Katie Cain entertamed the Progressive Euchre club Vednesday afternoon The young men will giyj a lance at the Walton Friday4eq- ng in honor of the visitors in townMr Chris Hertlein enterta ned in honor of Miss Sallie Ad ms the guest of Mrs J F Pet bus Wednesday evening There were about seventyfive guests and alt were rOyallyentrtaiied TheickSMrs James D Claybrookelwho has be0n seriously flliior srall weeks is slightly improved Mr Will F Simms has rejcov ered from his recent illness sufti ciently to go out driving f Mr A C MfElroy has been confined to his home for seven days with a severe billioiis at tack Miss Marcia Leachman who Iqft here Over a week ago br a- visit to Savanna Ga went as shrpecamewhere she fs in a Critical condition with typhoid fever Mrs Logan Walker who ha had Malarial fever two weeks is somewhat improved J Mrs B D Lakes condition iis slightly improved j Dr Lampton is able to sit up Fo r Ten lDiV Only Those who have and have no used ParkerChehilcal Soaps can have the chance to getitit1 th same pricei 35ctfor ten day only Leave otldef at T IRVINE MCELROYS ijakcn Up On my place two miles ff q1 Mackville a sow Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advertisement and for the keep of the hog R P HENDREN Bids Wanted Sealed bids will be receiyed at the office of County Judge Litsei between this date and July 21 for quarying the stone am building the abutment for Sales Ford bridge across Little Beech tor any information see any of the undersigned I T SCOTT MAYES WS Y GOODLET JQHNO POLIN Committee THE GROUND CUCKOO Remarkable Cunning ItD pln7I Catclilujr Ilattler One of the most Interesting zoological oddities is the California ground cue koo He usually Is from twenty to tventy fiv0 inches long including his tall which measures onehalf tit his whole length On account of his small wings he Is a poor flier but what lie lacks in aerial dexterity he makes up pedestrian velocity With his four yard jumps he can outrun the swiftest race horse His gepgrdphlcdl range Is cdufined to southern California Mexico and some parts of Texas As a bird of prey the ground uckoo out wits his most avldious fellow crea tures Snails and large worms consti tute his principal food which be Is busy all day in digging out of the ground But he docs tot hesitate to attack larger animals It is no troll ble for him to get the better of small snakes and when domcstlcated he beats any cat or dQg In the extermina tion of mice and small house pests Most curiously Interesting Is the strategic sagacity he displays In the capture of large rattlesnakes Thcse be7dare not meet In fair and open combat As soon as be espies a rattle snake sleeping in the sun near a cactus hedge he surrounds his victim with a heap of the prickly leaves until he Is well hemmed In He then pricks at the reptile a few times with his sharp bill which causes a sudden commotion in the cactus heap In his at tempt to disentangle himself from the leaves he wounds his tender flesh and it takes but an hour or two for the average rattler to die of sheer ex haustion and furnish d much coveted tidbit for the sly cuckoo His meth od with his prey resembles that of tho cat with the mouse Influence of Tied lIalrIThere never has been an Important revolutionary movement without a red haired person intimately concerned Jf not the leader says a writer M2foarl all the great reformers or founders of religions had red hair History men lions that Mohammed was a red haired nUll King David was ruddy Louis XIV was n sandy haired man with ninny of the characteristic peculiarities of the typo Cleopatra is called the red Mired Greek Mary queen of Scots had red hair and Prince Charles resembled her In coloring Lucrezla Borgia looks In her portraits somewhat Suburn Queen Elizabeth was of de cldedly red colorlug which will suit both her admirers and her detractors Had ORe Toe Maa Htmielf Serves him right murmured Mrs henpeck looking up from the paper In which she had been reading of the arrest of a bigamist Serves whorlght asked Henpeck Oh a man who took oat wife too many Myl Maybe theyll 1be after nat next PbHadclphJa Ledger t I C GRIGSBY the Optician jl1be in field j t Saturday Aujj2th- atthe to ttest the Eyes fit and adjust Glasses Dangerous Yes- ivt j Iii it isto jyear Glasses that does nQt you Eyes Iffhy tiot fS have them fitted by one who has made alspechial study 9f GLASS FITTINJG f 4 W C- rigsby the Optician has graduated from i two r rColleges one of the largest in the world tHe tNorthern Illinois ofIe hicago Ill He uses no SSc guesswork All are guar nteed to give satisfac lf tion Remember the date Saturday July 8lh at t 7 Walton Hotel T W C GRIGSBY OPI1 U1nii JS ooooQ 009 0 6QoOt Q oo 10 CLEABACEC C i SALEj if2t going nat tr if BIG 8TORE eJcnf tQf 4 fI iftllAugustJf g Our enormous istocft by SLASHING PRICES If ffbil have anything at air to onyjn bur line you will dp well to y attend this sae gr Special Bargains 111 Iothint Jf Wecannof name prirOS onmjLnv iitem her but itwill Ug give us pleasure to sbOv ytti and quote you tbloe price you1have licaid hi lung time if you will dpiis the i favor to our store 1 6A Best Calicoes 4c v Cheaper Calicoes 3Hc i Hoosier Cotton 5c Table Oil Cloth loc India 15c grade lOc Totchon Laces 10 grade 5c of Bards town Spring tiWalton Hotel fit Optical College giasses oo Now iihe Linens WahteteIectfdso ViB fntl and young mens ISiU from 0c thel5 12 and SI 6 grades 6 and reduciBa the l1d li S9 an175O bargains desirable styles prtceJpII 8 25 cent Discount on pddJPahtso A All New Goods x 11t SPECIALFORSATURDAY r 4711 GLYCERINE SOAP ROBERTSON BROS3Tfl t ex67 ooo ooOo f liwww tiAi1 i iWW l WbRAk- I f I SUMMER COldFORT fri I 1I I rff3Can be found in our 4 Summer Suits strong and light in cong structiori good to look tJcOOl to f 1vI wear made for hot weather com f fort 3 t S1 r t3 SHOES t 1a fltIWe have a full line ti i of4OcI rd5 and5Ii I Lother light weiglt Shoes oth for adiiaDi men ff2 DaTest In style and lowest in price t r 3 iI1 H ti i TBNS SHIRTS W 3 Both in negligee and Caress style atfronj 2 so cents up Made fpr comfort aid fqr wear fI 1+ 3 1r I Qrundy Claybrooke M 1 lntlre jitll 3 THE DOUERLE STORD t iI I7a i p ifl 9 fI I f t f ltt r 7BmmEEBE5mnJr I f 8 The Springfield Meat Met 11 J l1t t JOE t11 f11QllAItiti IiIr14141c t I1IPIiI rl IFTCO COJPropr SPR1NGF aEE EEE Ahighc glossy Mways