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ESTABLIS8ElIIN JIl93- 1 i fM It New srl 1 XIINo6 p SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY1KENTTOKY SEPTEMBER 7 19 1L o fii itl j Jit 1 f a HATDOlf B B TflOKPSO N Jr L jouJ Thofflpou 1 QDERTAKERS 1AID EMBALMERS I it 1JJt alt kina of Fnnera q i vIe PHONE S3 2 t OUR DIRECTORY rl f 1f EFMNGFIEIJ county seato W Vufrfoa County 52 miles south sait ttl cxiwffton 59 mites from twiitTille on 3 rdstovn branch oi J miYiU aad Nashville railroad in iaa far ilIf aid agric tural district Two Baks telegraph and telephone Uriei express office flour mills lumber yards Popuatioo 1100 population of N tyiS000 JlepreseatativeiuCongressTHon Bv Smith Hodgenyille Kyi iJtepreseaUfiVe in cLegis tt t f 1aturefHoaW D Claybrooke l VKeprescatative in State Senate Hon 4 tarry incasteri Lebanon KY t 0 Cuiitr Olrectory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Meaday inFebruaryMaYand Octor Jt 1HThurznnJudge t rSfcL Durham Commonwealth At teraey v FJf Campbell Clerk G LeacbmaB Master Commiss tIler ft QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly CourJt isheld on the third ondayhi each month tt rI3 L Litsey Judge COUNTY COURT J Eanty Cotrt meets on the fourth ondaInehn1outh4 j BLLitSey Judge 4 WF Booker County Clerk r rT S Majes County Attorney 1J George Cat1ettJai1ert1 i QByron Croake Sheriff 4Richard JshamJ Sidney Osborne fRR tMuUican Deputiew tEd Masters James F Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor T POirraiiDeputy Robert Ifoe Treasurer x M Montgomery Coronet 4 w Bash Supt of Common IchooU P O Springfield COURTAc John G3M1r3hh1 1 W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Justice Courts are held in January rl1fp Church iiaI1dqctober DI reto ry METHODIST CHURCH evJ C HoBkinson Pastor Ser j cLi K yieiron the FirsUnd Third Soudavs 1 in each month at 11 a m and 730 pint VsujidaySchool every Sunday at0am1 Jr Prayer meeting evefy Wednesday t f 1i1it CATHOLICICHURGH I Rev PF Hennessay Pastor Serl J5tes 1 ivery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock Am Services at StRcsesame hours ff i 1cV NCHURCH ServiceItji t Jvr PBESBYTEBIAN CHURCH P Bev1 T D Latiraer Pastor i PreachIng every Sunday at 11 am Sand at 7 pm Sunday school every fsnnday at JO am Prayer meeting TfiT Thursday evonli8r at 7 bVibpk i i BAPTIST iCHURCH r sRev Wm Harrison Williams Pastor I Priaching every Sunday at 1 a m Paiid 1745 nm Sunday School every ISunday i at 930am Prayer meeting Vey iry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock 3 Lp r I Fraternal Orderst f MASONIC tpDGaVSpringfleid lodg- ei I Ho q meets first aild third Monday ipU eteaclmo th WasninsrtonRA Chapter Np 57 + taiess every second Tuesday jrlnfrfield Council ro 52 fleets on Velv 1 rtbMor day KtfiCHTadf ffzl4CAsiSMeet r ijit VtHicaY in each mon r i j i FOLEYS KIRNEY CURE pilli tire any MUM olJOdoey pwmcBladder 4iese that iis not Jthereach of medicine lIPTO DIL iC JT VlrtlmTaBt Zr mfTllI 1 IIdP tFor Io r Mrs I m troubled Wad IIOItfiesb rT lawork Thrsi4mysieiss failed ILwIiiVap todis oieyg Is cad tII M etoi =waa1I ueNdak1ac =w If D4 2 rUL t I DPRILLJft j jd 0 r rU Hfiii 1 J I I t ROUND Of TALK I i le t f oH 5jCe W MSJMMw At tkcCiMly fair the ffran stand ISettlnin conn y fair 1 Seemed as if t hd whole woria IAnt all their kin was there V Wayup on the top seat Me an Jennie set Wisht I had the candy An peanuts tliatweet Jennies right gobdlookin Bui she likes to bdss f Paired me fo bet my money On Sake boug1ts o Like a fool I done It Went down to ihe track How dye think i fpunjher S I was numbing back There I met her half Way With another beau a1 Stuck up slickhairedsofty That Will Jones ye know j Let on not to see me Went right on apast Spose she thpught Id ask her Where shes goin so fat Warht no usto Toiler Y So I let em go V- Fnnny how things sometimes All go wrong Jes so jr LDst7pilen Jakes hossvr Couldnt ring a cane Fellow swiped my goldine watch Then it poured down rain Tell fe taint U1 s1n hinei I JAn all pleasmirerareI Settin in the n stand At the county fair Home Tr t9mre TILL VOtING According 3 to dispatches from Lexing ton to the daily papers the pro moVers of the Burley Tobacco Growers Co are still confident of carrying put their plausto or ganize andn handle this seasons cropA meeting was held at Lexington on Saturday and President W B Hawkins eJtb pressed himself as feeling confit dent that the full amount tof 250000 requiredas subscription to 1h stock would be raised The item says that there will be no more public rallies but can vassers will go among the farmers during the next week in an effort to get each countytOsub scribe their allotments ahd th e success or failure of the Burley Tobacco Growers Company will not be made Irnown until the latter part of next week To all appearances Washington county tobacco men are nqt in the move ment and if any steps are being taken to get them into it the workjs being done very quietlyi and the practical results of an organization at this late day will not count for mucji Some of the cboicestcrops iin the county arE nowhoused and the growers are already showing their out putto prospective buys w I fVERLOOKED j It may be IJ that thepepleof this place are overlooking an opportunity to getanother railroad to come this way byfailing to take a hand and encouragfc the promo ters of that new line which is being surveyed from Cumberland river to Colwnjjia Jand is being projected oti through to Leba non to Perryville to Danvilld to Harrodsburg anil one or two other places The people of Harrodsburg and of Danville have held meetings and have appointed committees and done other such things to attract thei ington county have sat quietly awaited developments Whether th leis anything jfpr certain in the new railroad project weI do not know arid we venture to say that there are very people whodo We know that there is an engineering corps in the field somewhere down along the line and that work is being done and money spent on the survey for the line It is a hard matter to work upany enthusiasm about a project of suchan indefinite nature and the citizens of Spring field will doubtless act when called upon arid shown something definite upon which to act i CoJdSctt1ed fllJis Kity A J Jenncsse 9201 Butler St Chi cagp writes I ama switchman ada- m out In all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled in my kidneys and I was in bad shape I tried aey jeral advertised remedies yilli no bane t until I was recommended to try FoleyB Kidney Cure TJwo thirds of a bo tte cured me SolJjty The Red Crow DiuaStorc4 J i Hardesiy Sclioolliouse MrsJ S GO Hardesty of Leba non is the guest of frieuds here this week Mrs Emma Yancey of Mid way visited her mother Mrs Sale last Friday Mr John Goodlett and family of Lawrenceburg visited his brother flJr W S Y Goodlett Saturday andSunday Misses Lola and Tavie Goodlet Mr win Shirley and Irl Cheat ham of Willisburg attended qhur4iPat Hillsboro Sunday afternoon There will not be any scbool at this place this week as Mr W P Cheatham had to makea trip to Louisville Mr Ed rJybad the misfor ttiue to lose a valuable horse at the Bardstown fair last Friday It died with acute indigestion Mr MV Sutherland spent Sunday with Mr J R Gray Mr anJMrs John Hardesty attended the Association at Glens Creek Friday and Satur dayf Mrs W S Y Goodlett ha a fine watermejoti path and has treated her cei hbors to several fine melons Mr Harvie Seay fell out of the tobacco barn onerday last week and broke his wrist while painful we hope not serious HOWS ThIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re wardfor any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney OoToledo We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yearaand believe hlmperfectlv honorable in all business transactions ahd financially able to jcatry out any obligations made by his firm WALD1C KIXNAX MARVIN Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Cdtarrh Cure is taken intee nally acting uirectly uponibe blood and inncous surfaces of the system Sena for list of testimonials Sold by Drurgists 75c Take Halls Family Pilld for constipation 1000 Bond A trial that has been watched with intense interest crfme to a cose yesterday alb Harrodsburg It was that of Policemen William Brittdn and Luther Herron both charged with the murder of nip resentative Samuel Black and saloon keeper Walter Stotts The bloody tragedy which re suited in the death of these two men and the serious woundicgof Britt n will be recalled as hap pening in the Merger capital on ihe evening of the third day of the Harrodsburg fair After the ttestimony was given in the case Judge Roach held them to the next term of the Mercer Circuit 0ourt in the sum of 1000 each which was prompty furnished by friends Robert Harding of this city defended Britton arid Herron in company with Ben Lee Hardin and McGoffinHardin of Harrodsburg It is freely spoken by those who heard the evidence that the men will be ac quitted when the final trial is beard The two officers were in LapyHle this morning several hour having come to collect a fine off a negro named Tom Fife who was arrested in Harrodsburg during the colored fair brit tons face shows the marks of the terrible pistol duel two balls having gone through his jaw He would not discuss the trial or the et counter furtber than he tbought be would have no trouble establishing his innocence of the charge against himDan ville Advocate AlWayS s SnccessfDl When iiidi tbtion becomes chronic it dangerous JKodol DysocpslaOure wilt cure indigestion and all troubles resulting thei efrom thus preventing Catarrh of the Stomach Dr Jfcw brough of League W Va says To those suffering from indigestion or sOur stomach iI wpuld say there iis no better remedy than Kodol Dyspeysia Cure I have preset Ibed it for 9 num ber of my patients with goodBnccess JKodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what l you eat and make the stomachsweet Sold byaU Druggists Dire PtedctIoM t A fortuneteller hailing from- tternountainsof Virginia struck f anpsburg Saturday At ppe 0 J home she told the lady of the house so many incidents in her life that no pne was persumed to know anything about that the housekeeper became alarmed The fortune teller then stirred the coffee grounds again and startled her still more by saytng that in the near future a storm would visit Harrodsourg and de- s roy haif of the town and that a tragedy woud shortly take place here that would create a sensation throughout the tate As she read he past life of her patronas if from print the two latter predictions so frightened the ldy that she asked the fortuneteller to desist saying she wished to hear no more The fortuneteller then tried to smooth the matter over by in forming the lady that she would not be here hen the two calami i weeks to remained a year and is much puzzled to know how the fortuneteller knew iit for she had never mentioned it to anyone Harrodsburg Hrald Like FmdlD MOnC7 Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irrjta ton better act promptly likeW C Barber of Sandy Levell Va He sayseel had a terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs but after finding no relief iu other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption coughs and colds Greatest sale of any cough or lungs medi cine in the world At Haydons drug store 50c anql guaran teed Trial bottle free A Pesudo Traveler A note in a Satatoga specfl says1story is going toe rounds herethat is realy appli cable in more resorts than this Before the desk ofa prominent hotel there reposed a dress suitcase It was shihey fresh from the factory and had every indi cation of having been recently purchased just for the trip to the shore And yet it was liberally sprinkled with labels from many foreign country representing almost every conceivable sppt where an American traveler would think of visiting The owner had evidently intedrted to impress the other guests of the hotel with his extensive tray els But unfortunately one of the labels had tot been securely fastened and the cornerof it was bent over disclosing the business card off a dealeinsuch deceptive things Harrodsburg Herald I Keitucky fair Dates The following dates fixed byI the different fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced ElizabethloVn 8ept5S days Glasgow Sept 6 4 days Ky State Fair Sept 18 0 days Henderson Sept 200 days Falmouth Sept 274 days Owensboro Oct 10 5 days Lincoln Farm Sold Theold farm on which Abra ham Lincoln was born was sold at auction af the court house door in Hodgenville Ky last Monday The purchaser was R J Collier of the Collier Pub lishing Co rnd the price was 13000 The farm is located two miles south of Hodgenville in LaRu county The house lot merly on the farm and in which Lincoln was born has been removed ItA was first taken the St Louis Exposition And toI now in Central Park New York The place is said to be practi cally valueless for farming pur pokes What use the new ow net will put the farm to is not known It is intimated that it may be ccuyerted into a public park fetm for Sale I wish to sell privately my farm containing 83 acres located 2 miles north of Springfield between the Willisburg and Wall tons Lick turnpikes Has house and barn on it and plenty of fruit and good water Contains some fine tobacco land For further particulars address MRSiM A HENNESSY R F D No 1 Springfield Ky r i A GOODCITIZEN r Passes Away Aficr a Long and Useful Life Death Came Suddenly Last Saturday afternoon at 1 oclock Mr Sidney Green died at hishome on East Main Street of organic heart disease from which he has been a sufferer for several years On Friday after qongestiveweakened condition be was un able to rally fully though he regained consciousness and recognized I the members of the family The fatal attack came suddenly almost without a moments warning The news of his sudden demiwas a great shock tofeis friends and neighbors who h4seen him Friday morning iin town when he had expressed himself as feeling better than usual Mr Green was born April 8 1Q30 in Madison county and was the tenth of a family of twelve children all of whom lived to maturity His parents James and Mary Taylor Green came from Virginia in 1830 and settled in Madisoncounty When Sydney Green was five years ok they moved to Washington coun ty and were important factors in the social church and businesr life qf the county giving theiri children unusual educational ad vantages for those days In 1860 Mr Green was married to Miss Kate Kimberlin wh survives him and to them wet born thirteen children eight ok whom are living and a eMrs Samuel MQore Sherman Texas Clifton A Mrs James C McEi 71 jft Mrs Koger Handy Denni son Texas James Sydney Mrs Harry R Thompson and William Mr Green was a successfu farmer and until about thre years agb Owned and lived on a large farm at East Texas Hi health failing hewas unable tx superintend the farm and he sol it and moved to town In poll tics Mr Green w sa staunc Democrat and served the county as sheriff two terms under th old regime of two years to i term nuking four years of ser vice as sheriff Few men live to make mprA friends and fewer enemies tha Mr Green He was a man 01 genial disposition who alway spoke the kind word of his fellow men and left unsaid the unkind Charitable to a fault he be friended the less fortunate wijtl his means ttnd encouraged wit his advice Being of a modes and unassuming nature Mr Green did hot cry his good deed to the world but in his gentl way smoothed the rough place along the path Qf life for hi friends and family and the community and county has lostIt valuable citizen The funeral services were con ducted at the residence Tuesda morning at 10 oclock Rev T D Latimer officiating The iin terment took place in the Sprin field cemetery Badly Hurt Damin Craven twentyseven years old o WooJlawn a suburl of Louisville was taken to St Mary and Elizabeth HospitalI from an L N passenger train at Tenthstreet station last night badly bruised and it is thought intercally injured With a number 61 companion iyersYou know the medicine that makes pure rich blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Your mother grandmother all your folks used it They trusted Sarsaparilla ItYourIIt healtlflandstiength in ItiI infftred trrlb r from 1ndc iUon ant thin fmintl tin relief unlit I took Ayers SanaJArllla bottle pertoa ucutly cu4znr Jl ILBT tKIcoNY bottle Rich Blood I fer Pill ar emIYIaY t-w1tl aid the sarsapsrss Craven had attended the Bards I town fair yesterday and while on their way home he was seen pass out of the coach to the Ito platform A few minutes later he was missed and the con duct r of the train notified The train was searched and then man t found A stop was made and it was decided to back the train to RuttHcfrvan Junction which had just been passed O j the way Craven was found lying unconscious beside the track with two ugly gashes in hs head The generally accepted theory is that Craven was jerked from the platform as tim train swunc aroundacurveSturdayTimesaCilFoll t e Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence co N Y writes I had kidney disease for manY yearvand had been treated by physicians for twelve years had taken a well known kidney medicine and otber remedicH that were recommended but got no rc lief until I began using Folejrs Kid ney cure The first half bottle relieycd me and fur bottles have cured me of this terrible disease Before I began taking Foleys Kidney Cure I had to make water about every fifteen mm utes day and night and passed a brick dust substance and som times a slimy substance I telieye I would have died if I had not tafcen Foleys Kidney cure Sold by The Tied cross Drug Store REPORT OF THE COHDITIO OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK At Springfield In the State of Kern lucky at the close of business August 25 1905 No 1767 e OUE Loans andDlscounts S20384 4S Overdrafts secured and un 56975Ueolation 5000000 Banking house furniture and fixtures 500000 Duo Worn National Banks not reserve agents t 26598 Due from State banks and lDuel ed agents i 5765 50 Merchandise 6331 50 Notes of other NaUonaf 15100FiactIont nickies and cents 4328 LAWFULMONEyIiESEEVEIN BANK VIZ wtSpecie 860667- 5Legaltender notes 755S00 1362175 Redemption fund with U S Treasurer per cent of circulation 250000 Total 1r 9293416 35 t J IEIIISCapital stock paid In 6 5000000 Surplus fnnd m 2100000 UndivIdEd profits less ex penaes and taxes paid 388194 National Bank noVas out standing 50000oa Due to other National banks 275472 Due to State Banks and Bankers i 276B 58 Individual to check deposits 8I1bjectITime certificates of Bills payablti including certificates ot deposit for money borrowed 10 00000 Total 1 829841635 STATE orKEXTCCKT cooxrr or Wisn isoTOs I A C McElroj trashier of the above nainodbafak do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief A C McBLror CashierI Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2d Jay of September 1905 J ABOOIWARE Notary Public CoanECT Attest JOHN W LEWIS I F M CAMPBELL Directors HM GRUNDY Missel Tile Fori Miss Ora Cumingp and Miss Pearl Vaughn the latter from touisville came near being drowned in Salt river near Mrjj John AJVanarsdalPs a day orj two ago Being unacquainted with the lord they drove into the water before they discovered that the river was past fording at that point The water came up over thes at of thei buggy and it seems a miracle that the vehicle did not overturns The il horse finally wadedout on the I opposite bank Thelap duster and side curtains of the buggy i were washed away The ladles were very much frightened byt their experienceBarrodsburgt- ierald Tax Payers Attention i County and State taxes for the t year 1905 are now due and should a be paid IAll persons owing back taxes for previous year are noti fled that same must be paid at once to avoid futher costs Byron Croake Sheriff W 01 ItIfIt constipattOtltEYO1 famous little pilla Olft nse the liyer c and rid Ute system of all bile without producing unpreasant effects Sold p by all DruglstsI t ttt zs III I A YEAR Ja 1n l fr i i 5It peOplejbut goingio 1AUdru llirJUj 71 ti J i tL1MtIJ HomeMadeJ4J4 r Jt i t1tuithomemadef tcleaper more tasty and whcfeiorae r f r I B 1t Royal OngPowderheps ho- twifetoprduceathomequickJyj tc k fI I r i nomicaIIyfineac1eaflrhotbiscuit r l + t tziiiicake cnsp cookies crullers crtt andt Jrt t muffins with which the r dymierfp9di found at the bakeshop or yfqcd r 3j r i not compare Wv J RovaI is the greatest of bakday hd Jl tti lOYAL RAKNO POWDER co YOK ai 1 i a i L WWra2iS fr KHWSi 7wirofii ve ifiiW iji i d tkQFi L06fL INThRIsTjI i1 Z ZI 1s IMPROVING The best india tionoC the prospeiity of a towns tthe activity in building bothII businrss and residence hones Last j ear saw the completion oft great number of residences 4nd it was predicted that lh demand for rental houses was supplied ndthat next yea here wouldl be no activity jin build iogX But this iprediction nas not ben verified fortunate ly and there are a number of new houses buildirig and more contemplated Mr ML Searcy has completed the grading and excavating for the foundations of two rental houses on the lot purchased from the trustee 01 he Christ an church ftlrC Qrmsbyr F Wharfoa has com pleted a fundation fcr a rental house on Virginia avenue but may not build the house until spring Mr W D McElroy is buildicg a substantial twoStory residence on Grundy avenue that is almost ready forthe interior Carpentry to begin Mr Pud ley Tapp is building the founda tin for a six room twostory house on half of the proper y recently purchased of Mrs Nannie Walter op Grundy aye flue Mr Lafe Well 3 cottigeI on the same avenue ii almost ready for the interior vcrk to begin The three latter houes aria to be occupied by the owners and are alt desirable homesJ- TERM BEGINSThe rref ular term of the Springfied Graded School bjgag on Monday morn ingattbe bandsomenewschoolI building of pupils for the opening dat- Tho corps of teachers has been reorganized this year ando nev members have been added one of the old teachers Prof StallIngs having resigned The teachers are now Prof George Colvin principal Miss Emma Nunan first grade Miss Ella Duncan second and third grade Miss Elizabeth Roberts fourth grade Miss Mary 8i Cari o fifth grade Walter Hume sev epth and Stith Thompson eighth grade The enrollment of the school at the close of last session t was 390 and it will likly go con qiderably oyer400 tins year As much of the success of the school depends upon the parents send ing their children regularJy and punctually as upon the eachers being in their respective places and upon their ability to impart knowledge let parents and teachers work togeth r for the success of the school RivIvALThe revival meet ing mentioned in recent tfssue of thp paper began Sunday morningl t the PresbytiBrjart church thfe Rev Nathan Bachraan of Knox ville Tenn conducting the ser vicesi A large congregation was present in the raorning to bear him and at night thei church was taxed to seat the crowd allot the othr denominations of the town uniting in the service Bachmau is a mn jpf wi- xerkunc i a inthis1ne r InVln is pow riArer witit to mfkita the plan of salvatti olf r Ji1 4 MIIJ d 1 plain that no one 11 AooW Ii Large audiences bLve lU6pl4A tot his sermons this week twll j morning and evening aiidl uS v r results of h se1fJrts tire Mij f forcibly felt in the churci i4 k iby outsiders ijrjW itt IJi t I UP HIGHERTLe fGJLGWist r f+ t news itematout QIUa ikiwho is nephew of Mrv Aairiw l liCunningham Oftb PIle w iKF be read witinterestFyhismayi j friends here Cjehwid Davis of 1i 1 Louisville bas been promoted to r Lieutenant Qommaodtr iia iLkj i k United States navy1bs prom r don to date tom July 1 J9 Under his new rank CoQ ij i J j Davishas been ordered to tttags i thepositionbtnavigatoo t3L f j 1 batileship MissourI Lieistest Jommand r in the oavy cr i + ponds with Maj ir in the jwnfj r z j and carries f with it It likfj O1tt25- O0whilOnsiadutyLii t j jj t tenant Commander Daviaaaoa ofMdWJ Davkqf L6tte4 yule and is regarded as OB e tt i tf 14 fthe most ettpabe young otck 1b ID the nqtyv tfitUBcstt rrIiiri tMothers becarefut ofth heaItks4 41your children Look out tQtcMjj colds croupand1iopIJlkccMCi IStop them in timeOne Mimfkie 8tji tCure is tbc best remedy Hares Ji and pleasant CpnUifts pafStle J i 1Sold by allugits 7tFu Wio Sale of parsonal prOp2rtyj p OTRSD1I i11Ii1 at 1SO p TO On te a bve iaJt at my residence ortthet iAt Mi and Springfield turnpike I nates from Springfield 1 will Ltm the highest bidder wy LIX STOCK farming impljwicn4e household and titchi furniture TERMS OP SALS Sams 02and under cash verthitaaaeabiinote with good security pity iblok fi Th six months and bearing iflfielr fHij1 jest rom datet jJ + BFMcEEiYrf i ttlf I n r + r t Two women from Adair c iiv ty who came inoJt the traiai t11WeJnesduywaiting at Ane 4ep64 fcr SMI r t morping train for Louiviflj J tm were forced toule for police prctectipn from the adyacii of r f a crowd of yoanf whifci iiOj4tdlk li negroes and a few aWa WSJT ljhad no money and e wwrm gita Y2i jlodging at thetatioMlI Hb4i sd r- itanspQrtioli to IaoaimviH Jie ff iThe women htle pr gaveioi Ptte- VJd c of belag iMproprcr 4f actersaMthe cooduet nja T part of the loraenkow was mit jrrcpbensible Such ooidttpt M LJ thil ctMerve the vet wf f4i ii1ifm t aiitti4irsM 1fberEnterptiei j r traTviII EveqtJiiar lila the a wsd cowes to Witch Haaiall IMilTt f C DeWitt C 4tf Cbks 4icerr4 f ela bwb am aAlir froai Witch Uz tW 7 irPuts Flb1httJkWCiawl frotrudiajr U Ecieaa vttojt borns tin ad alt hr1fP1t DeWhta kl1baa ao quaL This his ve ri ts roU5wurlhleu A DWittl4hC- pftn all Drofgistt I i1 I V ItlE NEWSLEADERPUB- U8HBD rt pfMHT fHOTMAT- tSI A YEAR lH APV NCC J i SPRfKGFlBLD KY 1 t LL DV1SONJ- rt iTTiJ iL it t 1 Md oUUcalwattielUr srw h a4lewnit S I4 o4uL3cL1zGa- r t r 1 o liberal JJ J l Iui 8J TiJect 3 4IwoiuIcuNuT5- r tW f 2O r MyOln Jj 60 c 1 f WRJWIOAYi SRPT 7 1905 5a r ffe are mtttk d ed to announce i WC MUDD U Jjiiepemdemt Democratic can d rl lor fcagistnite in the Freder rt MWKMl Spriagfield No sf Dist cttVWafeKter election 1905 r MUDI tU Th4yoa SY c1bte inJ I Yi Im laftek again DreaBy did I I idi apt mean io stay away so long but of ccwrMt had to attend the fur Tmt theit Isuspect I was J jfc t d Very much and yot I4 51 miparfl jnn my fellow ami sister IsfrJii Mft Huston Nell and r t X ZrfXkLte Andrews Evalj Royalty I rjl Boxie and Kathryn Wakefield ii1i have n1tttrnd Tioaae after a t wtoaaarit TMit4o Mrs Wilt Bush t aod Mn HMgKVStiles of Spring iktldI guestlgaou b JdiM Kathryn Settle was the T nt guest of friends in 15 =town the past week XiM Lillian Hendricks of Ijfiington has returned home f after a months visit with friends iMtet Miss Farris of Lancaster has 4 rturd hom fter a pleasant 1 llt toM May Bodine tf Mra Jno Virgin is with her I tf little granddaughter Mary Kath jyn Reeds who is very ill of flux Mr and Mrs Reed have the tr aynapathy tif this entire comma iiIr Hity in the loss of their little son t TbOBias M and tIe serious ill 1 MM of little Kathryn Misses Dollie and Lydia Vir 1 gin entertained at a house partv t iroai Friday until Sunday t Thos in attendance a part of b the entire time were Misses Sue I2I4and Berthe Edgcrtoa and Mr t VBoss Leachman Of Wijlisbur tr Messrs Ernest Goatley Gilbert Booahoe and Frank ONeal j of Valley Hill llc Tne protracted meeting which was to have begun at New Hope ti churction last Monday evening it has been postponed to an indefi 1 Untt1e time due to the uncom pleled tV repajrson the church and the illness of Bro Wood who waa to i f have helped in the services I z 4 tr Miss Anna Jones recently vis rci ited Miss Flora Stallard of Fair t ii field Miss Stallard leaves for t x j Bowling Gredn next Monday to take the Scientific course under r yic be famous Cherry Brcs A number of our girls will f oon beleavrng for college again and then we can account foi long facef worn by seme of our joung men Typhoid fever has been raging 1t2Iir our Community Dr Shehan reporteU last week as having eleven cases of it in and around Maud r We suppose some one Has sup r plied hiSneeds ofa pair of bug K1l1lines as Mr Frank Wakeheldj misfortune to come up minus a pair while at Bardstown Jiirlat4Satutday Pardon me please if I make a remark about this delightful 0 jweather 1 know it isnt consid eyed good ettiquette lo discuss ibis subject but this is so per fectly delightful I could not fort 5bear Mrs Jennie Barlowe rnd son Dixie were guests of Mrs T B t Virgin Saturday And Sunday Miss Ottie Yancey has return d 4 to Louisville after a peasant v i cition with her parents at Mid way Miss Ophelia Yjtesbas alt o returned Miss Louise Settle ot Booker who had the misfortunetoI 1her shoulder dislocated is haveI lesceut Mr Harvey Stone visited friends ia tHis community the ptU week Harvey formerly iyed neaT bere and was quite a favorite iri the social circles f hence he was warlIJty welcomed ihy Ins numerous friends Eimi fir Silc i r I want to sell my farm known aitheWiII Thompson farm kit-i uated three quarters of a mile iIi m Kelleys Shop in Pleasant t UUGroe neighborhood on Wijhs b1ilig pike containing 155 cres fni plac luis a good six room lwUingg od tobacco and stock Tmni well watered and Well eoed out 60 acres in cut P Ji ti iiik iwbrice in gras some f994Mcc0 land There is a y i j jpekt locust posfc timber t growiog the place For Uiir PVP1LrI call on fDr1 JEW WAV B FD NoBSe jngfie1dy A 11T T i i- I H HWWQji5MHH r liMftS 1t News From The County 1t 0- 1t it lIWiiI l FIasant Grv Mr W BJ Daviess and wife and Frank Yaate ndwife fe were the gupsts of Mrs ii M Gregory last week Mr J S Yankey aijd wife have returned home after a- lePJ uant visit to relataves at leasapt Hill MOi Mr Carlisle Clolland of Mid dlesboro Ky was the guest of MIlS Lizzie Mae Gregory Sunday Mrs N P Thompson visited her sister Mrs W H Swteney of Lebanon last week Mr Nat Thompson and sister MissMabell visited friends at Harrodsburg and Frankfort last week Mr Stevie Thompson lind wife have left their home in Spring field to live with his father Mr E W Thorapsorii Miss Rae Montgomery of Leb anon is visiting Miss Mabell Thompson Mr Garland Thompson and family of Louisville are spend ing this week with their mother Mrs N P Thompson Mr Joe Ed Thompson who came from Pictsburg some few clays dgo to attend his mothers funeral has returned to his home there Mr Jarqis Thompson has accepted a position witli Mr John Adams to sell kitchen cabinets The position is a very nice ona and we wish Jim success in his nlsw venture Mr B M Thompson has bought out the interest of E J Pinkston in the firm of Thompson Pinkston at Litsey and after Jan 1st 906 it will be Thompson Bros Mr Less Adams of Harrods burg visited Mr Nat Thompson Sundays Mr5 B M Thompson is ill with hay fever M r S P Thompson attended the Bardstown fair Saturday Mrs Jj B Olaybrooke who has been dh with a complication of diseases for several weeks is convalescent Mr J B Patterson and ViCe attended the Baptist convention at Glens Creek church Friday Miss lela Goodlet who has been making her home with Mr J W Watt for the past year has returned to her former home near Poiin Mr Hawe Barnett and wife of Kirkland visited the latters parents hers Sunday Mr Fred VbnArsdale is also on the sicklist For the past few months things have been very quiet in these parts so far as gossip of alj kinds is concerned but alas about the time our beloved President pours oil on the troubled waters which might cause peace to reign on eaiih this slanderous gossip begins to invadq Pleasant Grove and spoils the whole game It is not a very easy task to find just where this stuff JJets started but a close inveS will prob ably reveal til7atpoIl each i cality contai more per sons who have almost forgotten the days of their girlhood and haye drifted on with lime until their hair is just a little tinged with gray and an occasional wrinkle on their face shows that a few more summers will plac them far into the ranks of old maids B aus are only sweet memories of by gone das their friends of other times are all married what is left for ihem to do Wen right here eight limes out ot ten vOu will find a good source for some of the meanest gossip In be world One chance it will start from some ireal old woman who has long sinca for gotten her purpose on earth and all other things excePt some venomous fiction to telLI on herI neighbors The last chance iis Ioafingfboycation in lifabut will do this toI while away the time but it is usually of a mild form when it finds its source iin the latter Oh thou despoilers of happiness who n only care is to throw aI shadow over the life of others Beware this will come home to you some day and then whap contempt youwll1 have for the individual who wodld say so much to place a black spot on the charace of some near frien4 or perhaps a brother or sister Now you victims of this dreaded disease be careful with your tongues and think a good many tunes before ypu speak once and Ithink a cure can soon be effected Mrs Sallie Gregory gave the young folks a party Tuesday evening m honor of her niece Miss ilien Gregory who will soon go to Nichlasvilletto attend school iiurpliybfCKatie BallardI PUNCHs t FENWICK Mr Tbtcher and wife have re turned to Hopkinville after a D1iBarherl Mrs Ed Hiatt of Macsiilles tpen last week with Mrs G Etf I f jJakej i t 1f j urday and Sunday W Misses Logsdon iththe1 Miss Russia Miller of Willis burg visited at the home of Lum Rogers last week Misses Ethel and Lena Roger Messr Bb Mayes and Walter Adams attended the Bardstown fair Saturday Mr Fonzy Smith and famIly spent Sunday with the family of Mrs Diana Smith Miss Hsttfe Bowles spent Sun day with Miss Briggs Wycoff of MackviUe Mine and Will Barker at tended the Bardstown fair Sat urday and were ithe guests of Miss BatHe Nalley Saturday night and Sunday Sanford Logsdon and Steve Begley were in Texas Saturday and Sunday IMiss Pearl Fen wick has returned home lifter an extended visit to relalives at Harrodsburg Mr John Wycoff oner of Mack villes most popular youngmen was in our tovfn Tuesday on business f Mr J S Sutton and wife were at Valley nut Saturday and Sun d VIRobert Welch r of Lebanon is at the home of W F Logsdon this week Miss Ada Tumey has returned home after a visit to relatives in Perry viile Misses Addie and Georgie Cox Briggs Wycoff Myrtle Loesdon and Alma Fenwick Messrs Les ter Gibbs Walter Wells Jeff Johnson Will CQCanougher 3 no Graves and Shoat Wycoff wore entertained Saturday night by Edd Tom and Hattie Bowl s Valley Hill Misses Pearl and Margie GOat lIcy spent last Wednesday night with Mrs D C KellyIMiss Lollye Virgin of near Maud was in our midst Monday in personal inerest ofher school of course Misses Josie and Lillie Sbehan of Maud visited relatives at this place last week Mrs P ralee Hardee of Lou isville accompanied by her sister Miss Elizabeth Lair spent last week with their sister Mrs T C TatumoftbJsplRce Quitha crowd from this place attended the evening services of the Union meeting in Spring field and protracted meeting at New Hope fj unday Jerom Wohner of this place visited relatives near WillisbuVg Sunday Harry Derringer visited rela lives near here Saturday and Sjpnctsy Mrs Jerome Wohner and children visited Mr Jas Parrot and wife in Nelson county Sun day We are glad to report Katharine the littler daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Reed in a more writingSheand stood her sufferings well and it is to be hoped that she will be out again soon Mrs Keely and daughter oil i relativesJiMr Cermillas Tatum of Louisville Visited his father at this place the first of Ihe Week T A Tatum entertained at dinner last Monday a large crowd o fiends and relatives from afar Miss Pearl Goatlay the teach erat this place will give an ice create supper at her home on Friday night September 15 for the purpose of buying books literature etc for use iri the school She is an efficient teacher and has taken double interest in her scholars which should Be supported fby the citi zens of the diutricf as her many efforts for advancement in the school should meet success Most all the tobacco in this section is cut and in the barn Much complaint iis being made burningwhicbisdrelded tis to be hopted that no one vili Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Troubl Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls ourges and lessens ambition beauty vigor f yurrr j 1 cheerfulness soon M disappear when the kid neys are out of order or diseased sKidney trouble has become so prevalent thatlit is not uncommon Jj for a child to be born t iJ afflicted with weak kfdI c neys lftLef child urin ates 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 yett afflicted with bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty is kdney trouble and the first tep should be towards the treatment of unpleaSanttroUbekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwam Reot is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In filly KW ccntand one dollar izes You may have aIsample bottle by mail ree also pamphlet tell XomeolInBIIOt- inr all about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters received om sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Ie Co Binghamton N y be zurs asi mention this paper loose seriously Jeff Goatley says if nothing happens he will raise two crops of tobaccc on tha same piece of ground this year as the suckersare growing very fast tobarcobarnlastwyourcorrespondent sulted in deformed thumb Sickness is yery excessive in this section several victims are now convalescing after violent attacks of fever What rextI have been aQ cused of writing scandalous letters tearing up a water melon patch and telling falsehoods on my neighbors Its a wonder to me that someone doesnt rovesuch things I do wish they would it would satisfy my curl osity and stop so much talk But peopewill talk you know Springhiehldelivered hereon last Thursday mght to a very orderly crowd His ser mons are yery impressive and it is to be hoped that some will be blessed by his talks and seek Jesus Christ in his righteousness Rev Williams of Springfield will deliver a sermon in the schoolhouse at this place on next Thursday nieht September 14 and it is to be Loped that the many citizens of this district will think favorably of his many efforts to introduce Christianity and GoJs word into the hearts of the nonbelievers and accord ingly rome out by scores to bear his bletalk UNO MOORfiSVlLLEI Born since ocr last to the wife of Farmer Chesser a 10lb boy to the wife of West Mont gomery agirl D U Curtsinger has purchased of Herbeit Eddleman his inter est id the late A If Benham place for 1700 Possession given January 1st 1906 Ralph Vest and RobertTathpm of Taylowville are visiting at Mr Elijah Farris The death angel hovered around the home of Mr and Mrs F M St ange for several Says and finally took trom them their loyely chid Marvin just twelve months and two w 2eks old This sad event occurred August 18 19uj The remains were interred at Mt Zion thb following dIG About 75 people took in the Nelson county fair from here last Saturday We had a delibtfui rain last Saturday The tobacdo men are housing their tobacco at a rapidrdte We think everything wrth a roof on will be filled except dwelling houses Miss Ottie Yancey has re turned to Louisville to resume her poaitiQnI Mrs Fannie Lyddane visited Mrs Ollie Eddleman at Booker last Sunday Herbert Eddleman has purchased of E G Boblet the Mat ffroax improvements forl1000 Thos Hardins family are now about well JJ M Wall is erecting a strip room near bis tobacco barn Chas E Ruby and famiy of Louisyille and Miss Em Wall of the same place are visiting Shelby Grume of this place Miss Emma Wells of Tatum is visiting Mr Ei Yocum She took in the Nelson county fair last Saturday accompanied by Eu Sweeney Mrs Atha Cull of Nelson county is visiting Mr Jas Cull There wrs a large crowd out to hear Bro Adkins preach last Sunday There will be no more preaching uatil first Sunday in October when it is thought pro tracted meeting will beg- inScrusvlIIe CHMrs Sue Baker and others from this place have been attending the protracted meeting at Brush Grove the past week Mrs Anna Carney has returned home from Frederickstown where she spent several very pleasant days with her fathers ted family Mr at A and i frilndsIThere will be a box supper Breckinridge schoolnouse atj day night September 9 for EverybodgMiss Clara Shepherd recently visited herparents at Shepherds ville and attended the fair Mrs Ed Vocum and sister Miss Anna Wells of Mooresville visited relatives in this community Tuesday and Wednesday We are sorry tohear of Mr Wallace Breckenfidgtd illness and hope he may soon be out again with his friends Several from thu place attended the Association at Glens Creek Thursday and Friday qackltq rVirgilr heixfathf Mr SatuIday night JamesNlcholsonl at this writ ng R J Crouch and wife atten I Democratic Candidate The following gentleman were their1party irYJtfgust 6th 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular election November 1905i LitreyForCounty ClerkW F Booker RepstnVtive W D Claybitbke or Sheriff J S O jbourne Supt of SchoolsJ W Bus For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryanj W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomjery Suncla7IEK Bishop and char ing daughter Miss Lettie vis ted his sister Mrs John Bishop land attended the Bardstown fair Wednesday and Thursday Mackville Mr James Ishain and wife are buyingtheirMiss Sallie Fleming and nieice Viitinghersister attended the association at BethlehemThe two year old child of Mr Luther Bcttoms died last week of menengitls Miss Minerva Raybourn iis on the sick list Mr AM I rrell is abl3 to get out and visit arOund some now Mr Dee Hiatt Is also Improy lug r T happnedto downtheat a pretty lively gait he came in contact with somebcidys buggy shaft And the consequence was a dead horse horse in about three minutes MisS May Birch will enter Beaumont College again this week at Harroisburg W B Hatchett sold a nice young mare m SarrodsbUg Monday for 120 Charlies Camden bought a lot prheadAt tacked By a Mob and beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve aii4 wss soon sound and well I use itj in my family writes G J Welch of Tekonsha 1ichuand find it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c atEIay dons drug store 1THE DOGS COAT Drnah It but Do Xot Waili It If You AVunt It Perfect In the Country Calendar lleglnilld F Yllbew write Even caretul feding will not give a dogs coat thitgIoi wlilch Is such a sure sign of hen 1th It he la continually tvnabcd jvlth son j and water Owners who sHow their dogs to live lu the house are forever ivah Ing the wretched animal and forever complain that his coat Is comlni out The ofteiier the dog Is washe and scrubbed the more will his coat leave Its trail and the deader and duller will It look The health and growL of a dogs coat depend entirely ou n natu ral oil train the akin As often us the dog Is washed so often Is the loll wash ed out and much more is the dc strucliou of the coat If a dog were brushed every day for five or ten mIn- utes against as Well oil with the grain his coat would not only have a uster but would cease to distributees all over the place except for a rer1 short time once or twice a year Besides this brushing has a stimulating ef feet on the whole system hell the blood circulation bylthls the dig lion and so the general health Womaun 1CnCe What a cbiisolir Is hvoman Xc pros once but hers can win a man fn in his Borrow The sohjlor becomes n light somo boy at tier feet tho anxious statesman smiles himself back o the tree hearted youth beside her ai d the Htlll anti shaded edunfcnaticovol care brightens beneath her Influence is the closed llowcr blooms In the suusulne American Queen t GOOD for OLD and YOUNG SIli August Flower keeps the children lies hy and t rone Pull of vigor and frolic the whole day lo ig So when Mamma need more they rudi off In 1dgJs glee And about to the druggist Please g ve It to me rn Inability to get up brisk and fresh in the morning lack of appetite bailor muddy complexion and poor spirits these all indicate a disordered stomach andbaddigestioninadultsandC11ldrfl too They also indicate the urgen need Plowerlarlylor regu 4It s a reliable old remedy oral sjoinach troubles merer fails to cure indigestion dyspepsia and chronic caustlpation andC is a natural tonic for bdy and mif 4 fTiro sizes 250 tad 750 All qggbtttI iS 7 w 7 I To Cure a Gold in One Day 14r t s J t 4 REAL ESTATEE s FOR SALE I By McElroy S Wharton Real Estate Dealers SPRINGFIELD M if5X 108 acre farm for sale located near pike 4 miles from Jjprincfield good dwelling and barn good out- buIldings well watered and lays well 45 per acre 51 220 acre farm located 6 miles from Springfield all lays well mostly in grass gopd dw 1ling and two good barns convenient to both church and school Price 4250 per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres 71 miles from Springfield first class improvements of every kind 8 room dwelling first class stock and tobacco barns good ptchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile from town all in gqgd state of culti tation lays wen and mostlyingrass right on the pike Price 37 per acre 54 Farm of 175 acres 6i miles from Springfield on good pike First class improvements of every kind all in grass Jays well andi well fenced 535 per acrl 55 548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pike good im provementsithree good barns nearly llays well Price 40 per acre 56 Good farm 140 acres 3 miles from Springffeld all good land good house and barn well fenced and watered 45 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 21 miles from town 230 acres nearly all ip grass 60acres in clover so acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass nica 8 room dwelling 2 good stock barns good boone well at barn and cistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price 650 per acre 58 90 acre farm 5 miles from Springfield located on the pike good land in high state of cultivation good small dwelling and barn Price 30 per acre 69 181 acres of land 1 mile from Springfield all in grass good house and barn well fenced and watered 850 per acre 60 60 acre farm 6J miles from dwellingEood40 per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 7 room dwelling good barn 60x80 good put buildings fine orchard 500 trees acres perfectly level land all in grass Price 3000 62 Farm of 20 acres 5 miles east of B rdstown all lays well 133 acres cleared 75 acres In white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 21 miles froth Springfield all in grass lays well price 1450 64 185 acre farm one mile from MackviUe en the pike good well THE HOTEL CHILD Danger Thivt Bcnctthc LncUlo Otf prlnir of Ile tIeB ParcutHr It Is not the material aids toe istence which are the bane of the hotel thUd It Is the mental and splritzt1 at titude accompanying thy JlTe which Is to ba deprecated It destDys a drinocrntic splclt throujHieniphisIzlRj the difference botvroou the sonant aiil the served it exaggerates the rower of money foster Ii spirit of depend once anti unlit the pampered Individ nat tor niiy other kind of life and worst of n1l In a child so brought up there can be no underBtandJng or love of home There way be some future for the child whoknows nothing of art some fnitle1tor the one to whom literature makes no appeal and who J not sensitive to music but there is up place In the state for the man who has neither initiative self reliance patriot ism nor love of home He Is a social menace a disease The community Is tvettcr off without this satellite of the manager parasite ofthe boll boy and source of supply for the walter It there U one child In our c01 munlI ty who Is superfluous It Is the hotel thUd As places for temporary occu pation bj homeless and childless adults hotels are to be tolerated but as real deuces for children they are without the possibility ot excuse Miss Martha s Beusley IQ Everybodys Magazine FIVE MINUTE Under Some Clrcon tance It Seem a Very Look Time In a lOOnier trial before a western court the prisoner was able to account for the wholo of his time except live minutes on the evening when the crime was committed Ills counsel argued IkilledI in so brief a period and on that pica largely based his defense the other testimony being strongly against his client When the prosecuting attorney re- plIed he sild How long a time really Is five minutes Let ud see V111 his honor command absolute silence In tuoI courtroomjfdr that space The judge graciously complied TJicre wad a clock on tup wail Every eye In the courtroom was fixed upon It as thc- pcndulunJckcd I oflf the seconds There was a breathless sllcncQ We all know how time which 1aII waited for creep and balls and at Jast does not seein to more at The keen witted counsel the tired Hudlcnce gave a aUII at the close of the asked quietly Could he not have blow jt all thot timeiThe prisoner was found guilty and as It was proved afterward Justly lIe who cbi lclUII to his own Idea of grcatne3s must nlwayslittvo had a very low standard of It iu his mind +Ha Utt BcfOffGlieaD He may well think he has got off cbeniwho alter having contracted constipation or indiges lion is still able to erfeutly restore hs health Nothing W iUJ do this but Dr kings New 1jifei Pills A quick pleasant and certancuredi headache con nsjdrpfitori L wellfencedmostlyinbuegra peracreSmSpringfield barnallprice 27 per acre IromSpringfieldnewly fenced and In good repair3500 milesfr9pi atbothwiJJfenceddesrable 68 263 acre farm lrcatetT1J miles from Springfield near pike good 8 room dwelling good barn and other outbuildings plenty tobacco land 20 acres bottom land lays well and mostly in grass Price 2750 per aCre ofWUJisburgrood stock and tobacco barn first class tenant house easy payments price eW Spingfleldhousebarn83250 per acre 71 334 acres located fir Nelon county 2f miles from Maud two small houses good barn well watered and mostly in grass 815 per acre Sjitlngfieldoutbuildings stock barn and new tobacco barn Price 6000 73 76 acres three miles from MackviUe good house and barn all in grass price 918 per acre 74 96 acresthreemjlefrrm Mack plentytobaccclandf 82250 75 122J acres located close Met dvelhnglbarntndof tobacco land allingrasjrprUeS25 WIllisburgtobacco barn 30 acres tiberaw- ell watered Price 830 per acre 77 106 acres 2 miles from Mackvillf all in grass 6 room dwelling stocl barn milk house and meat house pltnty of frmVdf all kinds Pric 825 per acre 78 116 acres in Pleasant Rut neighborhoodtgcod imprpveraent 0J and is we fenced and watered Price 501it Springfield80 25 acres 7 mjTes from Spring field 4 room dwelling 10 acres tobaccc land S acres timben price esoo tfieldont lana 12aores of ne r land price 5800 SprIngfieldperacre 7 goodbarnacres I in grass Price S2 00l84 100 acres lj miles 6from Feb weltfenced J grassFc 2600 tf 1 goadMrongbrpwell l 86200 acres qliehalf milt froTn Springuiel goodlan wU enccd and watered Price 60 87 60 acres on mile from Booker f good new 6 room house stock barn and other buildings orchard well watered and fenced all tobacco land S32 per acre r88 5d acres one mile from Booker J 4ropm house godditbbacco tarn 30 J acres in grasaii tobacco land 32 1peratreU 1ii1 iSprii isfenced j mitcfromgop and barn well watered and fenced price 830 1ioDiSpringfieJd C ments of every kind 500 acres 1ftobacco land all lays well lOolacfes in timber 200 acres in blue grass 5 barns and 3 tenant houses j e t L Town Propertyk 1 t H r J Firstclass store bnilding and good fsix room dwelling both iit flrstcisa repair well located good stand price lOW ttttl IftIf all tgood ontbullflings Nice small dwelling on Ljebaqban tt t avenue Nice 3lro6nnc6ttdge oa lt Perryville pike 1 r S t tmall cottage Ri StM street Ismall dwelling on Jast Main Street k rAYirginlaii MeElroy iWhartonR Springfield E j F W l kk jgjI J j ICapital tJOOOO t 4 8 SurpIus hud Undivided Profits 2JOOO 1 IIrt IIoFrlaIISB LLitey PreaidentIobn w Lewis VicePrcsitcutI 1 j A McElroy Cashier Lfl Cafn Assistant Oas ier R E Foster BookKeeper 5 DIRECTORSB Lltgej J W Lewis t SldneyGreen F Md IJP S bell R1r Edelen H M Grundy John O Polin I f aWe grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your bust ness respectfully solicited OOOO V =OO r tt A 8US I M C Q Q EDUCATION I II II CO O 1sabolufetynesa V J ry to the young irenior young woman who would win success in life This being conceded iti 1st ihof first Importance to get our irainingnt 4veryrontrapkThh BRYANT O STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE 1 0 N E Cerner Second and WalNufSts LsuIsvflq KY i V j ii E300KKEePING Seven experienced teachers each one ffl i 5STHAIStD one a specIalist in hfs line Write fora J i I tfTItaJoccupying prominent p9 donItyear can enterat any time THOS W PRYpEN ii GEO W SfewWAlRTZ j PPRESIDENT SEP Yj HDTREAS ff le Springfield Meat Msrtett GE IlL d r1 1 It r an irY fii 1 Ri1 t 1MJt F i cox otProtV isJof B t I ia F SPRNOF1EIDJY rL t a 3ga E lRm JqaK a C C On iI geoples Moposir flankt AffJ IF1ELD KY 15 I OQANZZD BEMRIu i t fv Cp1tIG 1 r y I i Surplus anil PrIIts2SO-c lfJ xr I 4- rai411cpOFFICERS Geqi D RobertsoePreident I Hlhur iJt Pr 1dent J A lkulwarc Cashli4 kaI M McCKd ilI Assistant shierH C Lije DooiiXecpe- rDlRECTQIlSpeo flD Roberisorit H rhinn W It Grd a fdogT l WStedl X t Ii e j c Patrons enjoy eeryvriti1eW lljrtJctn M bj f C well equipped tfotaf J rpep CtIve 4ep6Bitor arorI call in person l l QAI qU ce p T T- DR JMJJ BURTON RMIDCNT OENTItT l H EXTRACTED tltVffHOUT PAIN t2t iil=lh Bletekf tip vtun 8PRflG1KLDKY All Defttml Work Strictl JJi FjrtclaS S j iDR J H LAMPTON 7iIo House OFFICE i J WFJ GRIGSBY t t ATTORNEY AT LAW iC i Once over Peoples Banks y if 75 SPRINGFIELD KYIs 1 JB RoBARDS M W FYAfrr RBARDS HYATT Physicians and 3Surgeons OMce next to Ulerks Office i r = JAMES GRAVES ie1prcTIcA 1 tltchlllef and Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks farid Jewelry Repairing a Spe culty Located on Main Street I fl 1 opposite Presbyterian church 7k f f SprJn field Ky DR fF ITRUSTY f PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber 4 y Cental work atreasonable prices L All w rlr guaranteed r SPRINGFIELD KY kkJOhN Y MAYES I ifIffiAL DIRECTOR fl 14Nll LICENSED EMBALMER P TELEPHONE SDAYHOilNIGHT 74 SPBflfGFIELD KT r i i l r Can Yon saL t t Ji B Taylor a prominent merchant of Chriesman Texas sa vsCI Icouldf YJ1ot eat because of a weak stomach I L lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was done but all hope of recovery van Jshed Hearing of some wonderful ctjres effected by uae of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure 1 ctncluded to try it The iltat bottle benefitted me and after trtaking four bottles I am fnlly re stored to my usnjall strength weight Jf aid health KodjlDvapepaiaCare jdigests what you eat and cures Sold 1 J LIl Druggists W t farm Fir Sale rft My farmcontainhig abJnt 80I L acres and situated bn the Willis burg and Polin turnpike about a i mile from Polin known as the H old Jim Hays farm The farm f ftwiub divided into two tracts and offered separately One tract will contain 40 acres with a rj barnIor 12 acres of tobacco 7 The other contains a six acre to baccobarn Smalldwellings on each tract v t rSale will iake place on5 the premises dnSatusday Sept 9th J a1pm 60 acres of tobacco Iand on thifarm 1 Terms made known on day ot salg Wall also at the same time and place offer for sale the following y 10vh ad of 2yearold steers 15 J 4 head hefers2 yearling colts 2 Jarrod mares one fiveyearold hprfe 10 head of hogs 4cows 2 t Mcajyps x t fSSlso a lot of firming imple inelnls andhouse foid and kitchen JSigiture FRXUKYANCEY SM Campbell Auctioneer Gin iiJ tu Die 4tiJJ Spiegel lt04 N Vircinia StM a XyansvUte Iifd writes tFr oyer five years I warn troubled wth kidney a4 bIader affections which causedai de1I4wck plti and worry I lost flesh f JaMwSuSlluLJdownandayear ago A oibikloa work entirely I had I t nr of the best physfclati Who did I J HfOo4niIwaiiW ctiii Hrfi en iode Tokyi Kidney Cure was KJ useded and the Irat bottle gave 1 Jmire fInd after taking tte I SfcoM toOtle 1 WaR entirely cured Mold ijr1e MCroi ffv Store odoi = w rUT I ITOThtN1 0 I AllAbitYurse1f Friends i JOPIGSisad Acquaintances iltfJvMAMAl l rRr i jjars tops and gums at Hagan Bros eautifuLflne oriicetea glasses atHgan Bros t Yinegars fall kinds any price at CW Hagan iReal bargains inCgold deco rated dishes at Hagan Bros Telephone your orders for meats to Carpenter the butcher iTry a can of ourccSpecial Blend for ice tea Hagan Bros Silk Ribbon sorghu wilI If byEaganI have for sale 300 bushels of good seed rye HT Virgin il Maud Ky A few dozenfruit jars left that I will sell at cost fhO W Hagan FOR SALESeed wheat and two good mares Hite Clements E F D NoV 2 pringfield Ky LOST HEIFERStrayed from my place at Beech Bridge That week a dark Jersey heifer Any IgratefullyIrreceiv COTTON WEDDING I1iand Mrs EdsvardPile announce that they will celebrate their cotton Wedding at their home on Thurs day Sept 14 at from 2 to 8 ocl6ck p m Clarkspn Stiles k Co the local live stock dealers shipped acar load of cattle and sheep from here Tuesday They also received a load of breeding ewes which they aie offering to the farmers r A horse belonging to Gilbert Carpenter died of lock jaw last Wednesday night caused by getting nail in the frog of the foot The nil was not discov eredin time to pave the horses life It was valued at 125 Messrs Tr Jf Miller Republican and Luther A JJurhS Democrat hare been appointed Election Commissioners for Washington county Both men are entirely competent and the the appointments should be sat isfactory to all yB Spears auctioneer re portsthe sale on last Saturday or the Master Commissioner 31 acres of land cear Polin involved in the suit of Mary E Williams vs Francis Mcll voyv The property was purchased by Mrs Williams for 1165 On account of a delayl in Iran sit of the places wear compelled to omit this weeks isaHment of our serial story but it will be re sumed again jjext week Tbe story is only half finished some of the most interesting chapters are yet to come Judge I H Thurmanis having his dwelling on his farm near town moved to a point about 800 yards from its present site The undertaking iisquite difficult one and will require several weeks worki Judge Thurman contemplates erecting a handsome dwelling on the site of the old one The idwel rig and lots of P R Hodapp were offered for sale as advertised on llast Saturday afternoon and the property was withdrawn after a bid of 2450 wasImcJet the owner declining to take that price for thEprop erty Dr J B RoBards arid family have rented arid moved into the house Mike Hurt and Noddy Phillips two young negroes were locked up by Marshal Grace here on Tuesday on information received from Campbellsville where they are wanted Burt is wanted os a robber charge while Phillips is wanted for striking an officer Phillips Is a Springfield negro who had lefthere several months ago The Marshal of Campbells ville came in yesterday for the prisoners While dcivtnKI below town Misses ICatfe Ballard Elma Jeac man arid Mr Murphy had an exciting experience A trac tion engine was standing near the railroad crossing near Jar boes mill and several other vV hides were in front of the one driven by Miss Ballard One horse became frightened and backed compelling the others = to back Miss Ballards horse e backed the buggy over the steep embankment horse buggy ani occupants rolling into the ditch None of the parties was hurt The buggy was slightly damagedi but the horse escaped injury Ctoeai fair Achildreis fair conducted by some of the younger folks of the town will be held on next Saturday at the Fair Grounds Quite 1an attractive program has been arranged Premiums are offered for winners iin a number of rings and lOts 9f fun is promised both for the participants and for th spectators Mrs C C McChrd and other ladies have been in strument l in getting it up and the local merchants andI others have contributed liberally An admission of 10and 15 cents will be charged Contractors Notice Bids will be received at my offi e in Springfield up until noon on Saturday September 30 for the construction of a con Crete sidewalk on the West side of Court Square Springfield a distance of about 200 feet For further information call on T S MAYES County Attorney W C PERSON L C W Hagan was iin Lebanon Sundays v Mr Hugh Stiles was irfjjpuis ville Sunday J Dr John M Spalding has returned to Louisville J F Simms tas in Louisville Tuesday on businessP Mr lames Clements was in Louisville Sunday Miss Mamie Knolt has gone to Nazireth to school H E Walter left today for his home in Kansas Miss Delia Campbell is visiting friends in BlOomfield Mrs Matt Mayes is yisiting her aunt in Covington I =Will Patterson of Bardstowi was here Monday on business Misses Sara and Anna Simms went to Louisville Tuesday Mr Joe S biaybrooke has gone to Louisville to reside Mr Alex Barber has gone to St MarysKan to enter school Miss Bertha Haydonis visiting relatives in Bardstown this week Mrs Kate Cantor left Sunday for Louisville where she will re sIderMr J F Pettus was in Louis yule one day last week on busi neStt Misses Mary and Louise Hay don were visiting in BardsUnyri last week Mr Frank Wall of Louisville visitedrelatives here the first of the week Miss Margaret Hagan is visiting her uncle MrJ B McAtee i bf LebanonMrs of Nashville Tenn is visiting her daughter Mrs Joe Pettus Mr Hubert Claybrooke ofj ScottsborO AJa visited Illspar ents a few days this week Airs Maggie Bosehart of Lou isville is visiting her aunt Mrs r L Allen of this place Mr Oscar Waters will return Friday to Woodbine to resume his work as station agent rMiss Belle Martin who has be pviiting Mrs Corrad HErt lefn will return to Lonlisville Fri day 9I 1 d wv IMrlrhtt Weiaegerof Danville with friends ber- etiMt Ford Mangel of Louis yUle visited friends here Sunday Miss Hattie Davis of Louis vile is visiting Mrs I M ONan Miss Flora Mudd leaves for Louisville the first of next week to visit friends j iBarber Baldwin of Bardstown is here for a few days stay on business for Dr Wells W C Cox of the U S army stationed at Ft Sheridan Ill is bereto visit his parents Mr James Wharton returned to Louisville Sunday after two weeks pleasant visit home t Mr P J Thomas and wife have goneio Louisville and Shelby county for a visit to friends eMiss Margaret Darning who has been at Mrs Eliza Cains the past month returned to Louis ville Sunday Mr G D Duncan has gone to Cincinnati and other points to buynew goods for the firm of Cunningham Duncan Mr J J McCabe and daugh ter Miss Jennie were in Louis ville Tuesday Mr McCabe went on to French Lick Mr Gleland Cunningham left today for Clinton S C to re sum his duties in the Southern Presbyterian College as profes sor of English nndhistory D Mrs Katie Williams has re turned from Cincinnati and Lou J isville where she selected a nice line of millinery goods t Mr BpD Clements formerly of this county but who has been in business at Uniontown Ky nforsomvisit Mesdames Bruce Johnson OwenThomas and John McChord and Miss Carrie JohnsOn attend ed the funeral of Mr Sydney Green Tuesday Mrs John Kelley has gone to Walnut Hill Kansas to visit her sister Her son Richard went as far as St Mary s where heJ will attend school Miss Will Knott accompanipr1 Miss LauraBaker to Bethlehem Hardin county where Miss Baker will enter school Miss Knott will attend the ETown fair Miss Josie Lee Mrs JW Bush Mr James Webb wife and- sdaughter Oscar Waters and Mr Joe Pettus and wife attended the association at Bethlehem Wednesday Dr J H Hopper and wife t have moved to their property l3recentlyyRoBards and are numbered as residents of the town Mr U G Scrogham retumed from Louisville Sunday with his wife who has been in St Jos ephs Infirmary for two weeks or more Guy Wiggington of Fairfield and who has many friends here f left Monday for California where he expects to make his future thpme Miss Jennie Craycroft accom panied by her sister Mrs G C Vyharton and two children left Monday for Cincinnati to visit gtheircroft Mrs Alma Richards and Mr Hunter Craycroft of Sherman Texas former residents of Springfield visited their auna Mrs Martha McKinney and Miss Bettie Craycroft Monday night and Tuesday 3 hMrat the Norton Intirmary for medical treatment for stomach trouble is improving rapidly and 1m physician assures him that he will be al1e to return home soon ra Mr Evan Rogers and wife who has been yet y ill with typhoid fl I School Supplies 1 S Bring your list of school requisites here We not only have the largest of every fhjng for school work but twill saye you money on your purchases I We will give special prices if you willrebuy the bulk of your supplies at One time IWe have atltheI j1 for and JJ stTexiwill for all the grades Tablets slates pencils and J pensK peboxeink rujers school bails lunchpe HAY0ONS r I CORNER DRUG STORE I z SSSS9 SS- a go The Optician Springfield r tatWalton Hotell where ihe will be prepared to test the Eyes fit and and adjust ii fiJCfj liJJl l fiJtJl i t l t to fit the patients facj Remember the date Satprday tjJf kl September 9h at Walton Hotel Free iffi h wjc GRIGSBY Optician jjj Jl g J y I I l l Ei A nnouncement We haye arranged to open in tion with OUT other business connecffnext ten dajsor two weeks iess making for the purpose oEf doing repair work and of manufactu ring handm do harness An expa and thoroughly competent fharness maker will have charge of fthe business and all work will be strictly first class and Co give satisfaction+ guaranteedffNothing but the best leather will be used in our + Soliciting yo ir patronage we are Yours Repectfully HA DON f 4Vi fever returned Tuesday evening from Illinois Mrs Rogers nade the trip on a cot in the baggage car but aside from being tire J she htood the trip remarkably well She was accompanied by trained nupse who will ret ain with her until she regains her strength Mr Byron Crcake and vie4 Miss Anna Finney Mr Swee liey Yankey wife and daughter Miss Rena Mr Wash Tucker and vife Misses Martha Tucker Eella Croake MrFM Campbell MrW E Selecman and vrife Mr J A Boulware and wife nc thers from town attended the fTesbybyThe relative f om a distance who attended the funeral of Mr Sydney Green weie Dr James Green and wife of Louisville Judge Armstrong and daughter BarteySpearsJi on of Danville Mrs J D Bar nette MackvilleMrs J Louisi Haronon Bowling Green Mr Ben McElroy wife and daugh ters Mr King Simpson of Leb anon and Mrs Wallace Brown J JPublic Sale We will on the premises cne mile from Mack ville on SatardaySepteiner t16- Bbginning 6 at 10 oclock am offer for sale tli farm known as the Cal Shewmaker farm c naming 175 a res more or 1less The farm bits good dwelling good tobacco barn stock barn goodorchard and garden Farm well set in grass 60 acres bUe IbaccoI for 12 to 14000 pounds of to 0 bacco 50 or 60 acres of gcodl tobacco Iland on farm 25 to 30 cres of good timber Gcodl lusting water Also will sell 4 head of hors s wagons 5 head of cattle 20 ead ofliogs farming imple ments 50 to 100 barrels of nuiv corn TERMS On the farm one two and three years with interest from date Purchaser will pe Wifah n nocnced on day of sale Far urthe information apply io BM SHEWMAKER or C SHEWMAKER f MackviUe K p M Campbell Auctioneer Do N tigJwociion1 Foley Co nGhicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung uf dy and on account of the gre it meVit and popularity of Foleys Honey Tar many imitations are offer d the genuine Ask for Fokso- ney and Car and refuse any sup itute offered as no other prcparatidn jflve the same satisfaction It p mildly laxative It contains no opiates is safest for children and delicate raofls For sale by The Red eros rug Store Ijj 4 4ire a Cold In one day Take LaxatiVe Bromo Quinnie Tap t All druggists refund the money it fails to cure Ew Grove t is on eachbox 25c j w i TT E we GRIGSBY will be in tTiJ Saturday September 9t1 l t EyesExamined j shop Irienced BARBER Resolutions of Respect Ata mcetifig of theBoafddf Direc tors of the First National Bank of eptenberpro- ceedings were had This Board deeply deplores the death of our late colleague Mr Sidney Green who served as a member of the Board of Directors a number ofyears In the Board he was uniformly courteous and kind and while faithful violent and sagacious in business matters was always respectful and c nsiderat to his colleagues He was most useful to us and in his death the institution sustains a great loss Mr Green was an excellent gentleman He was social genial and pleasant an amiable and lovely character and habitually maintained a sweet and equable temper He was a useful citizen patriotic and intelligent having served his state and county in responsible positions and leaving a blameless record one that his family and friends can feel d just pride in In business he was not only just but generous Never parsimonious but always desiring to do right And some thing more He was strictly honor ableAdevoted husband generous and affectionate father his loss to his family is irreparable Havingput his house in order and in full possession of his faculties to the last at one Oclock pm Saturday September 2t 1905 he bravely and unmurinuringly sustained and soothed by an unfaltering trustwith folded hands andI closing eyes sank into pleasant and endless repose and we believe enjoys a blessed immortality His was a lifeWith s us pleasure to be able to bear this truthful testimony to his worth and the high esteem in which he wags held He will be long remembered and as long lamented To his wife and children this Board tenders sincere sympathy It is ordered that the Board of Directors and the employees of the bank attend the funeral in a body and that these proceedings be entered at large upon therecords of the bank Afcopy shall be sent to the family ofMr Green and the news papers in Springfield requested to publish same LlTSEYJOHN II M GHUNDV Committee The report of the committeewas unanimosly adopted B L LITSEY President JOHN W LEWIS Secretary Public Sale On Thursday Sept 21 I will offer for sale my farm of 263 acres located 7i miles from Springfield near pike good 8 room dwelling good barn and other outbuildings plenty of tobacco land 20 acres of bottom lana The farm lies well mostly in grass and well watered If no sale is made form will brented At same time I will selt 12 head of 1200 Cpoundn cattle 10 head yearling cattle 4 cows and calves 2 sows and pigs 20 head of fat hogs 60 head of good stock Jblackmare one blacky horse seven years old one brown fiorse six years old one lay horse three 4 JwellJ FARMING IMPLEMENTS One two horse wagon one deermg self binder one mower one rake plows and harrows other farming implements 100 bushels of rye 100 barrels of corn some hay one buggy and harness househo4 and kitcl1 furniture Terms made on ground day ofsale Dinner on enII F M SHEWMAKER Dr W vta ruatslnpcmn e Crak lIa Cfi1r m twt t WELl EQUiPPEOc ji meraispotMxljke t iiitJJdoing b sinesaudt1I of pprn I Red Cross DragSfai I7 fI v Tftakeridein beloivingthat they hat oa oT tb b w equipped business hcrasea in the State r rtN Prescription Gepartnteat 11 f is given special attention and only Lh piars Dr se used Patent Medicines kHelth ro s aM Attides t f tL 6 r t 4t1 i 11 U 55A Few Good Hammocks Z 1 1 t ni tto cipse out at and below cost F i t4 Ii J t1fi 1 1fthed Cross Drug Store 1 r t rl 1 t Smock Haydon Prdpr i 14444t I1 EY I oOpov BOYS Please dont forget us wben 7 nM ll ready to buy That Schocl iifc We hardk the 8 LLINEI4the- kind 2 that will iretlr you Thy fit and hold tbiir stp loaf Wf O will ndake you specialllj1 pvioNfcr r this month 7 V 1J r t iJf r i y r We sell the Mothers Friend 3t l SHIRT WAISt i J1 1jFo boys 4 years to 11 years PricI5 65 aw17 E T This is the besfwaist to be had fOr the price pQ ftQ i r rK O 0 Our stock of SCHOOL SHOES islarfe and tIli Q like to shoe you and your sisters ct PRICES AND OJUALITY GUABNTEb i L L g You should try a pair of out r A Q Special School Nose 1Ii vhThey are the best on earth for Boys and Gina i tg tfr 20 Cetitsa Pair equal to any quarleij 9lciil 3W ii will give away a large pencil tablet nd pencil with Mjfcfc X purchaseTpf this Special School Hose for 30 days oily pi t We also carry full linje sizes of lOc hose for boys awi firla Q I ROBERTSON EROS 8 06000 xx O r W iijji tiijifitwijiii iiiiiiiiwwH 11 ISHOES t Iii I We desire j to rtiff rmind our firkadt aE thai Wehavcput Jin one of the moijfc i completelincs I i of if IFine and it jjii 1 Plain s1t il I 1 we have eyer harif 1 j dled and h a v t 1 Shoes to suit mil i ikfrom the beiyyl t boot for the farmerto the Little Red Schoolhouec 1 Shoe for the children See our lien FSoet Iif PatePt Leather with the latest style toe W tijrt are exclusive handlers of the celebrated l n Queen QyQljtyf- pr j In i ladies We guaranteepriccnd quality fi J X URUNDY McINTIRE 1 J Successors to Grund j Claybrooke it tcrntir 3 ML =J9iIN SHUCK MCELROY G i Wi- uL9cIIroybv r WIiatpR i Insuraoe8 ReJ Estate Agentz tin Lift and TOWN I Ieries 0 J 4 i Land IoldOliIIitd Office over Peoples Bank p j i A r yersPillsreed Keep ozYjcI c DYEbeautlftPbrowisrrlcliblackUse F CANADA LoPE AS a MlMMkiJHt wi- IL to rAtr cQttIagcan4k Sd peas with fr iethe or tuirveptcrf jt lar usual to tarn the bua4bes fver once to facllt JtB dig vfrtef they lie OIl the rooiut Ib r t4jwir hand loading law cppp lia r Ie ItOIL1 under cover w Hr lfltG irt cki at with other grain S ttJt afcouU bt borne In mind that rt1 p b1b the stack d not readily 1 ib Ma ItUeiefbrc tub stark iAIho be Ptttty topped out wltt jta iiiiiitiii r nfh as bluegrass or Mtiw pralrt bar Wben the thrashed atrsw prwft i Uc stacks the same pLee1tL ic iiry w ob a Uquant1trJs gown aDOBaHr widta iwlt4 a view to pro i vlia M d f iMMrtare soiling 6r fodder 4the ki oD better way of thrash r IMC Jae pwur titan by using a flail o- rlitlinl them out with hors 3The I YOI UASKINO IAS- haft u cofics vo with tour tdcth IT mot then broken Where a Mrcaffa ii r0wn itIs necessary t ltoui NSW th a thrashing ma 4WM aa4 Ike best work Is done bj gkihBjr the bz coaeavc as shown 1guef 1 Fw thto concave all the teeth chI be removed except four Thee tM itraw lu check long enoug4 b isab4e the cylinder teetli to beat out a the pea The maculu should not I nat tt klgli rate of gpcdd More or ijlioljbe ied la likely to be broken r jlle brctken grains hqwevcr may be Jt Mfiy all removed when preparing the p let seed or for market by using f fpaatcc mills suitably equipped with t4irl IVhCU the crop is wanted for jfiiifeif ties the breaking of the peas f tof course lessen Its value d Thomas Stow X BINDER TWINE tti M W rk1gff Kanua and Mlnne Ii vr a4a rrlow Plant 1 i ereaI facts ln the case regarding illitipe ltentlarytivjne plants are that ii tb arc exfaemely practical and even Mice neytor the state while un daraefifng the trust from one to two ftybi per pound Warden Jewett of it ttil Kansas penitentiary says TIM working of the twine plant here t JMicc eful In every way and It Is a fecMfit 1m every way The net profits it tIM state from the Kansas peniten try twine plant have been up to 1 JMe 1804 10619749 Aside from this r Jttas kept the price down tor farmers 3i year bofore tho plant was estab ftLued beretwjne sold for 14 cents list year Jt was sold to farmers for SH cents In orders of more than 5000 pounds and 0 cents In smaller orders Tbls was two cents below the trust x price StllLWaterprlson1 ta Tile plant manufactures nppvoxi t msitely 2000000 pounds of twine an kttally which Is sold from one to three 4 cejits below the truss prices now And 1 t before the establishment of the plant tbe trust prices were from two to three cents higher than at present The easy deduction of the decrease In expensj ito the farmers of the state Is made vica it Is known that the original In vestment wns only 175000 It Is read f Ij Computed that thef armors of Mitt nesota save each year thJ entire cost j1of the plant so that If It were a losing venture foir the state It would pny e cause It sa es the farmers who com V V pose the slate much more than the amount of the Investment But It does pay and hoj earned n revolving fund ofOOOODO Recent legislation how 1e has limited the profit on twine to s lJ3ient a pound which while de Creasingl the earning to some extent will save the men who have tb usr twine that much and consequently re v duce the trusts price also1 Farm Folks IL H Fit the Seed Bed Earljr All thing do not come to him who t y waits Luck does not comrj td the oi Tsrlfteat grower who bC use a severe rfr drought occurs Jn August or early In September waits and waits for rain beforefittiog the soil for the reception of Heed Better luck attends the wh at grower who despite the drought no matter how severe fits hIs wheat land early and keeps a dust mulch two or r 7t three Inches In depth uponithc surface VvTho blanket of loose top so t formed T by the Jreqtorit cultivation of the solf f Aprotects and holds the moisture bor it neath and rives It for the crop to be Sraised A soil so finedaUlI fitted al ways lies sufilclcnt moisture torpropcr i ly Sprout the grains of wheat or grass Bccds so that a good and even stand Invariably results even If no rains oc I cur Immfedlately after seeding The llonger the jprkd between the thorough preparation of the soil nudthe time o seeding the better will the condl v lion of the Seed bed This careful reparation of the soil is especially de p Ip I 4 I fir If grats stjeaia to oe sown In kead of graIn concludes a writer in I Farm andIrieside Vrmli Ket ft TeweeL Fruit rot of tomatoes ts fcombated wltiiJHore or less succesafully byiprun fefc and trutotng Tinea to admit light mad air together with the destruction ec all diseased traits to prevent the ipread of InfectionIOYSTER SHELL ROADS WfceaPrcperir Built They Are Goof In All Son OB da the Eastern Shore of Maryland as it termed the section between Chtsapeake bay and the Atlantic ocean the soil Is prlhcipallya sandy loam with here and there some clay and about the only material at hand of which a roadbed can be constructed is the shell of the oyster says the New York Tribune As la well known thebivalves are found In immense quan andtitles In nearly all of the rivers bays which fornt a network of water ways In this part of the state If laid upon the highway to a sufficient depth and tlie bed properly graded to afford adequate drainage the sfiell binds it self into I concrete mass which pos sesses remarkable firmness anil over which l1Ipnds can be drajwn on wide tired wagons with comparatively iittle injury to the surface Illustration of the endurance of IAushelf road Is found in the vicinity SImLL nO Dni YAnnuD Bnltlmore for to the south and east of the city are over fifty miles of thlp kind of construction on roads which are In continual use as they retfch the large vegetable farms which lie ad jacent to the shore of the bay aid its tributaries Most of the product of these farms is carried to the city in wagons some of jhlch transport two and three tons yet the highways enrinllceuthe ground In the sprihg they are almost as good condition as during InI dry season It must be said tliat they are serlpusly neglected 4ind repairs may not be made to the sur face torfruror five years Conse quently they become rather rutty but one seldom ends a hole where tlesur face has b qn broken through The same iIs true of the Eastern Shore where sufficient shell has been laid down lUll the problem of good roads in Maryland so far as this sep lion Is concerned would seem to be solved by tl e application of shell al though a short section of highway has been made outot furnace slag which has given excellent satisfaction IN FAVOR OF RIDGE ROADS Why a Sew Cambria Mo Banker LUc Method Of Ploiieem Thousands upon thousands of lot lars are wasted annually on attempts at road improvement because county courts db not ifollow the simple rules of the pioneers In passing upon petitions for new highways remarked Judge Granville Goodsou president of the New Cambria oState bank who was rccciltly at Macoii Mo says a dispatch froiu that place to the Kansas City Star When I Avas on the btticli a few years ago the people who wanted 1 highway established across a valley with cuts through the hills called pt- a ridge road crank because no peti tion west granted for anything except a rIdge road j11e ear r day routes In this country vtere all ridge roada aiid most of them are in better conditicn now Ulan those winding around through hills with the deep cuts and numerous culverts on which many dO lars and much labor have been expend ed The rldge4 road Is self protecting Water runs off as It it were greased It doesnt wish away It is more even It is not so hard on teams and vehi cles It iin always above the bottoms where the mire Is The detour Is a lit tle wider perhaps but the extra dis tance is more than balanced by its sup lor solidity and smoothness Wfhen a cow or other animal has a Jouriiey to miikc it always takes the rjdge lauy oour pioneer roads were started over cow trails They were In oustaut servlcir until the country began to be divided up into Kinall farms and every follow wanted a highway to run by his front door without regard to natural conditions 4It vouidbQ well for farmers If It were the la r qC the laud that nil main public roads should be along ridges The old fellolws of the fillip lacks had foolish notions about some things but they knew the best way to got across the country t Blind Headacher About a year ago writes Mrs jVlattie Allen of t 1123 Broadway Augusta Ga I suffered with blind sick I headaches and baclraches and could get no relief until I tried Y lYl AInd now IIfecli like a MW woman land wish to Recommend itt JjiM sick worpen for IP know that it will cure sfS them as it 4Id me r Galrdui is a pure medicinal Detract of JS wfctable herbs which relievesifemale psirii regulates female functionsf W YMt tap female organs to a tiruylrIirr a1ItfsIrii rvour trouble tr IN Every drugfist jells VnEi wtfL AUetrnc If 1t1AflIm f la rt I w IA cOMBINATION EvAD ADvANtAGES OF A DIRT AND STONE S HK3HWAY CV LCM Expensive to Keep In Repair Than One Built Ent1reiof Cither Material CheaiiCBt and Most Con venlent Road For MonT Sectloa Thereare not a few people who decry the dirt road ha being utterly wortbless under any npd nhn circdm stances says WHlIart BVoorhectf In the Good RoadsMagazIne Accord Ing to these numerous critics no road worthy of the name can be made of dirt It Is h wasteful and extravagant creation a thing that swallows taxes mires horses ami wagons fills the tray eler with dust and in short Is an evil front any standpoint th 1tlt may be viewed The opponents of the dirt road naturally look upon the stone highway as an Ideal thoroughfare TIter point to Its excellent tractive qualities they call attention to the fact that 4t Is dry In winter as well as In summer and they argue that It Is the consummation to be desired by every progressive community Now the fact of thematterlsasa- ny unprejudiced student of the road question will admit neither of these views Is wholly correct The dirt road as ordinarily built and maintained Is a very poor affair especially In the winter and early spring months but there are seasons when a dirt road Is preferable to a Btorie highway for light driving The stone road It well built Is so far In advance of the dirt high way that many people have reached the conclusion that as a matter of convenience and economy the former should supplant the latter In ever case But the stone rcJllelIJns Its Unit itations In dry weather If Is not pleasant to travel over on account of the noise that Is caused by the horses hoofs and the wagon tires coming In contact with the hard material The Ideal highway would therefore appear to be 6n0 which combines the best features of the two most pronounced types of read way namely the dirt and the stone The best method to economize In stone road construction Is to decrease the width of the track A stone road eight feet In width neces sarily costs but onehalf as mu as a highway sixteen feet wide and in the large majority of cases it will answor the purpose just as well as the wider thoroughfare It will therefore be seen that the first advantage In favor of the combination road Is that of cheapness on account of the narrow stone track which Is possible with this type of highways The great disadvantage of a dirt road is that It will hold water and Is easily cut Into ruts and holes During the winter months of alternate freez Ing and thawing It Is practically Im possible to keep a waterlogged dirt road hi passable condition for travel On the other bund the stone road hating a surface that Is practically Im pervious to water will remain hard and firm even In bad weather The stone road Is therefore strong at tho point where the dirt road Is weak but lu like manner the latter Is strong where the former Is weak In good weather no one cares to use a stone road for pleasure driving The dirt road is noiseless and the dust that arises frOnt It Is not usually soun pleasant as that which rises from a macadam highway One of thead vantages of such a road as Is being described that will readily occur to every practical roadmakcr is that It Is less expensive 10 keep In repair than the road which Is constrnct cd entirely of stone or entirely of dirt It is well understood that a dirt road wears fiistest In winter willIe under the usual conditions the largest wear on a stone road occurs during the sum mer months In the combination rD the stone track Is principally used In the winter when It IsMu the best condition to withstand the action of traf tIc while the dirt road Is most largely used during flic summer mouths when travel has the least effect iipou It Tim wear on each kind ot material is thus reduced to a mlnlmuhi1 It will therefore be seen that corI many sections the cheapest and most convenient highway Is that which has both a stone apd Jan earth track rhoI width jf the stone portion will depend upon the width of the entire roadway It need not In any case be over twelve feet wide and ordinarily It need not be pvor eight feet In width Ift Is weIto bear In culud however that the combination dirt and Btoner road Is onlX practical on n reasonably wide thoroughfare Narrow country roads1 must lipcessarlly le either all dirt or nil stone On a road of from twenty toI twentyfour etln width the stone track caif be constructed on one side On a road over twentyfour feet InI width the stone trade ian Jo plnml In the middle with a flJrt drive on either 81thfJ1tC stone portion should be constructed exactly In the manner thai a macadam or telIford highway Is usually built trench should first bepxca voted toThoI reiulreddcpth and proper width Tho stone is then placed In this trench In courses und thoroughly rolled Tare should be exercised In the matter the drainage of tlie entire roadbed otII may be argued that as UHf stone wllll not wear as fast the dirt dlftl cUlty will be experienced In keeping the dirt portion of the roadway on a level with the stone track This ob jection however Is more fanciful than real as experience has demonstrated that the teams itslngthe highways are constantly pulling fronj one side to the other and this serves time double purpose of keeping time dirt well Joined 13 the stone track and of maintaining l lie level of tho roadway DONT BOLT YOUR FOOD There I Irea1th11luFast eating is sure to be Injurious because to properly prepare the foOl for digestion It must be thoroughly mastkated Kapld eating Is still worse when It Is enusel by the hurry of business or by anxiety or nervous Irritability or by the common habit of boltlngithe food Such eating mire to produc Indlges tion or dytjpcpsla The teeth ns well as the stomach arc made for labor and neither can have their proper work to do If ouly paps and broths and pudtllngs mel hashes and other soft and artificially prepared foods are crowded into the stomach as though the cook Inthc kitchen could masticate and digest the foxl better than the natural grinders ani the chemical action and assimilat tug owe of tht atomach Thjse people who shovel great vulgar inoiuhfuls of food into their mouths and holt It dqwu as though they hind bat fltt minutes for u meal are gor m iinllzors Instead of polite people They know little of the pleasure of Ccllb rnte eating or the luxury of flAt i1lit Jw Y IIslrfu huuffcj and certainly they arfi laying the founJatloft of disease Dry hard food vigorously chewed Stimulates the flo w of saliva strengthen theteeth ana keeps them healthy and Invigorates the digestion HE TOOK LONG CHANCES But the Talloru Aaxlctr and JBU1 Were Both Finally Settled The doctor of an English regiment stationed In India received a letter from his tailor inclosing along overdue account and concludjng with p polite Inquiry after the debtors state ot health The sawbones replied thus iI have received your hypocritical letter hoping that I amjna good state of health Hear then what your chances ot ciy living long enough to lie able to pay your bill are I attend assiduously every cholera case In the camp and I am making smallpox a special study I swim every morning Invh lake swarming with alligators At a recent attack olin lull fort 1 went wti the forlorn hope and was one of the throe who rXurnc1 ungrounded ToiapTjv morulus shall go tintc compnlcd and on foot into The jungle and wait for the man eating tigress as h returns at dawn to her cave and cubs If It be she who falls I shall poud my leave In the fever haunted Jungle following up big genie and Ir1 survive that I shall cool myself after Us heat by Joining a party to ascend the ppnk 6f DhaWalagiil whoe snow slopes rind glaciers are as stiff as your prices Pn1ldoctor eventually returned homo In safety and the tailors anxiety and his bill were both setO dIWOMEN IN PARLIAMENT Down to Tlrye of Cdwartl III They thai Illfflit of Voting The ladles of birth anti quality sat In council with the Saxon Witas The AbBes1 Hilda presided in an ecclesias tical synod Iii WIghfreds great council at Becon celd A IX UOi the abbesses sat and deliberated and five of them signed the decrees of that council along with the king bishops and nobles King Edgars charter to the abbey of Crowland A D 901 was with the con sent of the uolles and abbesses who subscribed the charter In HonVy XII and Edward Is time four abbesses were suuimoued to par llamenf viz of Shaftesbury Berklng St Mary of Wln hester and of Wilton In the thirtyfifth of Edward IlL were summoned by writ to parliament to appear by their proxies Mary countess of Norfolk Allenor c tintesr of Ormond Am Dispenser Philllppa countess of March Johanna Fltz Water Agneta countess of Pembroke Mary de St Paul countess of Pem broke Margaret de Roos Matilda countess of Oxford Catherine countess of Athol These ladles were called by their proxies a privilege peculiar to the peerage to appear and act b- yproxyAntiquWes of Parliament Sleep unit Death An animal deprived of sleep dies more quickly than from hunger One of the cruelest of Chinese punishments Is to kill a man by preventing sleep he dying Insane about the fourteenth day All anltna9Kleep for some period ot the twentyfour hours How and when they do so depend upon their natural habits But they all have this Incolinnoutl1at after any unusual ex ertion they sleep longer koudon Mull OLD TIME DENTISTRY Qnccf IimirumcMitti In lluivnrd lien tail Schaoolu Collection Like many other of the new pro fcs4lons dentistry Is a very old one It Is known that400 years before the beginning of the Christian era Egyp tian dentists filled teQth with gold but no trace of their methods of dol ig their work has ever bream found Aescuja plus the patron of physicians was the first famous dentist In Uoinati history auJ the old Itomaiis usl1l a toothpick very much JIke the little wooden one that is made todily The Arabians ages agojiroduced ft dentifrice but It soon seemed to be very generally used Time story Of denltatrjJs told In Instrumonts It has employed As they are known today they laud their be ginning in the Sixteenth century but their evolution has been slow In the Harvard Dental school in Boston there Is a collection of Instruments used by dentists in the first half of the lust ecu tury One of formidable teals Jt Includos Is 1iat was dulled a key doubtless front Its peculiar shape which was used for extracting teeth the proce being to slowly and pain fully twist anti pry qff ending molar uol1111JIprod ding one tooth after another wltha sort of bludgeon until he lied satisfied 1111IUs lr not tto mention fhb 1orturtl- 1JUltllmtthnt ht had found most Hcnsitlve one nnih therefore the mostt likely candidate for ektracttqn The grandfathers of delicate steel tools that HP In rows on the modem dentists table were small lu number hut large Ip awfulncss There are In time Harvard collection chisels nUll thai lets rude forceps for removing time teeth miniature crowbars used to re pair cavities for filling flies for sharp cuing time cutting and grinding stir faces of tteeth and one particularly horrid Instrument known is the pelr loan with which teeth werellfted How Vapidly rind recently dentistry has become one of t Important sciences appears In tho fact that In tho middle of the lust century black smiths were doing their bcst ar worst =to relieve the victims of the tooth ache while today Institutions like the jITanard Dental School attract stu BeIl 1to the d0ntlstln the so grnal- old days such a visit now Is com paratlvcly comfortable so tar has the profession gone In direction of per forming its operations without cans Ing pain BITS FROM THE WRITERS There Is nothing in life worth mak lug it secret ofJexccpt ones Income Setomi cfiinum Civilization means universal civility and to bo civil to everybotly argues a grdat power of telling lies Eden Phlll potts How exquisite in life Is the art of not seeing many things and of forgetting many that have been seenJarnes Lane Allen Truisms whether they lie ia tho depths of thought or on the surface are at anj rate the pearls of experl eifceCeorgpMeredith Have you never observed that If you conselentiously neglect to do your work itsouiehow manages to get done vvlth out you Henry Harland Ilclatlons as somebody said arc dims agreeable acquaintances Inflicted upon us by Providence But It Is no use losing ones temper about what they say It ouljr pleases them Richard p Tragedy in a Railway Cwcb Alfred Ray was instantly killed and William Blain was so bacjlly wounded that he is not expected to live in a bloody affray on- board train No 4 Hendenjon Route near Step ensport yesterday afternoon Tho shoot ug is said to have been done by John Heubank the colored por ter on the tram who was taiien to Hardinsburg and lodged in- jaillastaight L A white man said to be a nifn istr and a colored woman wtio 13 suspected of having par ci pated in the trouble are being held as witnesses at irvingtoi Ray and Blain according to the story ot Richard Stites the conductor hoarded the train at Hawesville Thtir hooes Stephensportr ut a1 nrlnrlat local option town they had to Hawesville to procure j They were accompanied by tn or twel companions when ttliey boarded the train and tro ble started almost instantly S9v eral of the neD gave up tteir tickets or paid their fare under protest but Ray and Blain ppsi tively refused todo either A scuffle with the conductor ensued and several bows were passed Ta and Brain then went nto the colored coach and began so it is said to behave in an insulting manner to th2 occupaats When ETeubank appealed on the scene they turned their atten ion al1ged1threatening entireicolored race Conductor Stites says thaji the then forced Heubank into a cor ner with drawn knives and bat itappeared as if his life was in danger He says that ses1eral shots were fired but that be could not state positively who did the shooting The crowd scattered 1eayingBi and t1an lying on the floor of the coach Ray was killed instantly Conducor StiLes says that it is hs impression that the nt gro woman subsequently detain dat Jrvington joined in the firing but be is not certain that this is true Other witnesses are said to have seen her draw a pistol Ray was shot through the s ow ach and once over the lleft eye Blain was hit severall times and its thought that hiswbunds will prove fatal Blain and Heubank were ttuken to Irvington where the latter was placed in jail It was decided not to stop at Stephens port long enough to remove Bluin for fear a mob would talfe summary action against HeubankJ Post ire You Enad Engaged people should reriemr ber that cfter marriage ciany quarels can be av 5ded by I eepI lag their digestions in good con dition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Bennettsville S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dy pep sia complicated with a ttorpid liver untirshelbst her strength and vigor and became a ere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters vhch helped her at onceand Ii ally made her entirely well Slie is now srong and healthy C J Huydon druggist sells guarantees them at 50c a b andI SOIL PROBLEMS rue Maximum Crop Mjikc the lIon eItutuui For 1lniitnr It U tlie niaxiiuiitn eroi ore nor oily kind of crop whlehuiuke the urolil to the ftrucr You know there lu no protit In raising forty lush ls of cord tto tie acre there Is Just Imply no prolit in it It a nuin cannot raise more than forty bushels to the acre on laud worth 150 an acre Fit tiring the Interest on the money an I the actual expenses of raising the crop you will find by computation on forty bushels there is no pfoflt In It We must go above that Well now then stop and think If you grow fifty bushels you have about ten b suds prollt If you grow seventy b whcld you have increased your proIt three tinier and that Is where time pro It Is In vhaiuriiff nat trout twenty to UlIrtyf or from twenty to fortythere iIs no prpllt ln that but In changing front t sixty to eighty that twenty bushels Is practically ell clear profit lot may have to pay 2 cents a bushel extra for husking ipiiitps that is hill Other whw the expense Is ihe Bhuie w ether your yield Js sixty bushcls or ight isuslwis Uulniicliit riant Pood In Soil In Illinois there Is a soil wbl h we find Is only moderatelj well supplied vlth phosphorus while it co italna about tWICE as much potassium as a normal soil needs but you will notice it contains puly onesixth as much nltrogon as it ught on that basis It needs more nitrogen first of Jill to make good crops You know the effect of de aylug organic matter how active ft Is For It example you put a ptchfork In a pile of Uiaunrc and let it stand the e for thrc mouths when time manure rot ting and then go mind esamlue it and lit there are any tines let you eat probably break them with yQur fligcrs they will have rusted through With decaying manure Or clover residues H titheyou have plenty of phosphor or tl potassium In It you can make it splublek or available IiI that way I want to say that this is the prIn clple which we are working on Ih nolr Wherever we have plenty o- fplantto4 lu the foil we want to gejt raJ tFiIiI 0 I 4 Now is the time to rIIsaye money by laying in your wint =supply of coal and we can offer your inducements in tM1way of prices on large quantities j i Our Buggy Trade l tt t+ tfts Has been tremendous this suininer t11II J ve1shlliiii J have plenty of fine vehicles left from which yo tlSI1 lselection v J Ir if 7r t k Remember We Lei TAs3 the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and the best diIin aiit1w I seeders on the market v v V f H I Itt Page and El wood Field Fencing and Gasoline EnLjJ Lt 4gmes all IZ 5McCIureIj 1J t I1i i It but In growing crops Where we nave enough phosphorus or potassium al ready In the soil or where as Is como mon in Illinois we find the potassium away above riormill7utioe what there Is ordinarily In good soils we do not think we ought to buy potassium to apply to that soil but we thlhk It Is the business of time farmer to liberate the potassium from the soil and we can do that easily With decaying or ganic matter Professor C G Hop kins Before Reunion of Ohio Agricul tural Institution Local Pride One of the most hopeful and signifi cant Indications concerning the possi bility of any state or locality Is the local pride of Its people Without much regard to the productivity bf the soil or the wealth of the people you are Informed or the peculiar fitness of this or that locality as an abiding plac for man This Is more nearly true In thp west than In the east But eAsSen people are beginning to wake up to tin fact that their lauds are cheap and furthermore a good Investment When cases like come to your attention It makes for uioat hopeful considera tion says a National Stockman cor respondent A mann told me at Hollo vllle N i recently that a small farm with 3000 henshad netted for the use of the farm and his labor last year 1400 It makes one tech that things In New York arfe changing Cncumliera JPpr Plcklca Intense cultivation which me ns sys tcmntic cultivation is profitable as the yield Is from 300000 to 400000 per nerO TIme usually bring 1CO pet lOOOIhe past two years they have brought double that TO Kt 000 from an acre one must work lie can afford to A man umst go over his fields ot cucumbers early every morning re gardless cf the weather or some will get too lar But more tItan that If they grow toO large and begin to turn whitish or yellow the plants will think the object of reproduction has been ac compllshed and will cease bearing On the other hand If tim cucumbers are kept constantly cut wizen small the vines will continue to bear for a louge pcriodAtnericaii Agriculturist Farrov Irrlnrntlon In XebrasUn For furrow Irrigation of general field crops the furrows are usually made with a plow or lister when large fur rows arQ required A disk cultivator makes a good furrow for watering corn and potatoes When the earth must not be thrown against the plant as In the case of beets or vines A smaller appliance known as an irri gallon shovel Is attached to the cultivator and makes a neat furrow L G C Meyer TIMELY GARDEN TALK Sow cauliflower now Green globe artichoke seed sown now ns shaded seed bed will make largo plants by spring Brocol1 which c nbe sowu now Is hardIer than cabbage mInd deserves attention In the family garden Cabbage should besowu by the mld dlri of August The seed bed requires to bo shaded nuLl kept moist and the ground should be very rich Iltlsbcit to have the Irish potato the middle of August A good plan Is to take potatoes that have sprouted nut set them In the furrow cover with two latches of sail and as they grow work down more soil on them HIS KINGSMAN The Silk Neckerchief Worn br the London CoalcrnioiiKcr Speaking of I Ondon costermongers Maybe says Time man who does not wear his silk neckorclliof his klngsnuiu as ItlIs calledWls known to be In desperate circumstances The neckerchief Is more prized Hum jsny other Item of his attire mind a costers caste isat stake If his klnguuan lie pot of the most approved pattern This habit U derived from the gypsies and doubtless dates from some long forgotten oriental custom Is very curious that a taste for similar colors prevails among the Hindoos gypsies and costermongers Red and yellow are tho favorite colors and the oldest Of these the chooses hIs plush waistcoat costerI kingsinan the gypsy lila breeches and II his wife her shawl and gown1 the incloo his robe and turban If aJ ght occurs the favorite colored m1 ickof dress receives the rat are The pugilistic coster tlea Ms insmaa round isis wait onus leg where by the rule of the ring It Is comparatively sate London Tclci j graph i 1 1nI JJno J KENTUCKYi 11L 11 i BIG STATE FAIR J t1IJt1 UBIG L AYSU 1 lt IN PREMIUMS 25000PREIUMSE Y j liftrIANDATTEMPTED IN THE SQUTH 5i i t + Not Novel Attractions3Manifigenf Exhibitiins ltThe raLmous DUSS BAND of 40 Piec1For Catalogue Further Inforixtatibn Address t GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington K t- l = 7 7 c s r Kansas City Southern Mway Straight as the CrowrTJH n i KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN TilE WORLD FOR ITS LENGTH Along Its line are tho flnesMand 8ultoaforgrotrlngsmallKr ain eOlD flax y cotton for commercial apple and peach orchards for other traits and her tomato and general truck farm t1aiiiChorsesWrite for lnf rm Uon 0 ncernlnf FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS New Colony Locations Inproved Farms MlMral Und Rlct latH ned iTlsbIi Lands and for copies ci Current Evtnte BuslntM irtiiiilMii Rice look KC Fruit look Cheap roundtrip homes ekef8t ticket on sale Diet and tklrdToesiayt cad uanth THE 8HO T LINE TO THE CAND OF FULFILLMENT I 3 X JKOXXXI Vxar TMC Ayi LLWAZUZ LP aTA SXan1n Cit7 Mo Zazian 0itF X rJIIaOJ8LZJtTnT t uIIaS pXaaMllattr i Aii THE CHOICE OF MATES Artificial 3fntrlnionlal Selection Iln Clvm Joor nc u1tn- 2so one k iw3 what tyiic will Lo thc best for survival in an unkuownfutur environment We often see tup cx tinction 6f families of parents vrljoai any pliyslclan would have pronounced Ideal taut their children lacked resist ance to the Invasion of iiuthoRcnlc or gaulsius or there vas some other de feet whelm made tlmuii easy targets for climatic causes of ihyalcal decay On the other hand we qultd often find that parents below par physically have One famifles The cariousunions which take p neeiuust lie the result of laws such as we pad In every biologic phenomenon Man has the same ini stinet found Iii lower animaLs to select a mate who la more or less dilTcrcnt from himself Should like typos nfate their common f characteristics may be so exag gem tcd as to be harmful auct the line perish His nn Instinct of those of great Intelligence to marry those of less than the average for the offspring revert to the better average It Is very evident that If we try to Improve the race Intellectually by thesmarrlage of like types we will violate the natural law upon which out existence is basest Artificial mnttlmonIal selection bas been tried though the results Were die astrous American Medicine WANTEojNYENTORS to wrte for onr confidential letter bcfote4 moSeycYo PATENTS ENITIREFRE repo4 on natcntability iVegivo the tiest legal sercia mitt advice and our charges are moderate Tryl SWIFT ac CO PataftCLawyrs OM US Patent JiWMWiHjtwlCC t TDHKOfB 6LAS3 are a erefl e HAMS INid 1 a tgHr f ether glasses afford and which to ay predated only haNs wra hays rjrt They arewlHiwrt aaMHtfR awri ao a lhaliimale 4 fIITOf T Ce Lwriwlll Kyamdas enadthaiiriadaatsnduapos- itive pisiea tIt andWi4mys satiifacWui IIy HSI ye kate 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