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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 s Qsawes oooo IS7ABLJSIIED N INJ83 tf i i0 II T- 5CHEW 8ER1ESYOL JIHNO 12 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 22 1906 ft rL 100 PER YEAR l op t ItTftbacci Slippers IIy We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing 4 sections that we are not connec- ted t directly or indirectly with 1other warehouse or ware house company Ir fWe conduct a Strictly Inde S gen Tobacco Warehouse iJ COmmisSion business h vl c A BRIDGES CO Proprietors Pickett Tobacco t Warehouse Louisville Ky 406tj ii tUR DIRECTORY i 1 SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south Mast of i xinpton 59 miles from lioaisvilie on Bardstbvm brancfc of Louisville and Nashville railroad in iirminff and agricultural district Tfro Banks telegraph and telephone 0 liries express office flour mills lumber Yard9 lbpnatiofl 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D flS fthHodgenvilleKy Representative in Kentucky Legis ature Hon W D laybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Cif cult Court begins on the fourth j MF diy In February Mar oind Octo Wru Thurman Judge S ttL Durham commonwealth At 4 nyFJCampbell Gler- kSt d eactiman Master mmiss tr 1 QUARTRI4Y COURT Quarterly Court is hela ton the third Ikoiidaj in each monthSB lf Litsey Judge r COUNTY COURT CountY Coiirt meets on the fourth Monday Jh each mouth YlkLLitsenJndge W2F Booker County Clerk ITS Mays County Attorney Jfcorge CatiettJailer3S Sidney Obourne Sheri fi Sam Anderson = nBPowellt t Depntic 55nes F Moore County Surveyor T POBryan Assessor- war Mitchell Deputy RbcrtNoe Treasurer- S M Montgomery Coroner J W Bush Sapt of Common School P 0 Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal t W E Grlgsby City Attorney V JUSTICE COURT vjn tlce Courts are held in Januarl- r I April July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH vywRev G W Lyon Pastor Ser 4 icesonthe First and Third Sutjdavs A In each month at 11 a m and73O p 1f Sunday School every Suuday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Wednesday- aght CATHOIilCICEURCH Rev PF Hehnessar Pastor Ser yics every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock kmbScrv ices at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevWTWalden Pastor Servic every Sunday PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH rJRevf T D Latiifter Pastor- Preaching every SaB4 rat 11 am andat 7 pm Sunday chool every sunday at 10 am Prayer meetln every Thursday evening at 7 oJck BAPTIST CHURCH Rev WmrriBonWmiam8 P afct Preaching ev i1 Sunday at IT a iind 745 pmn Sunday School every i Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 7 430 clock Fraternal Orders 1 MASONIC XODGK Springfield lodge No tSO meets first and third Mouday elKach monthSWashjnijton R A Chapter No 57 t meets every second Tuesdav Springfield Council JSo52 meets on fer tourthMouday KNIGHTS of ThE MACAHBES Meet i 1 V i d cJ mo FOLEYS HONEY AllOT Aft PrtYtttt Sirim Results FrMN a Gild Remember the name Fys lUftiy Md Tar Insist upon having the genuine TlHM n2O SGO SIOO- Frf r4nlybySF toy A CmMnv Chlcao For sale b ThidCr3lsDrngte SSSsjt SS THE ELi hkT 5iW V wu J6ifr i ol1ROuND Of Tb1LIIJ Midnighjt in March The soft c1oud lifted to westward Shifted Slurki1yThe fogfold creeping where swamps are sleeplqgi jAugur that brbwnles gather soon The west wind musters its racing bluSters I And tells the night that the rain iis fast L The march toad revels in reeded levels A sloth bf drops from the eaves is castLSA single sentry pf barhjard gentry Drowsily vents the hour to tell While o6r the clearing a second hearingi j Tells his neighbor that all is well with bowed heau Kf Center the saddened center JrSOf interest holding this scene of night J Where friends wo weathered theway are gathered To comfort a spirit plumed for High t Within the cottage of dying dotage The vigil light burns lower yet And paints pathetic and half prophetic Signs of a sorrow in silhoutte With folded fingers the pilgrim lingers Crouching with pain by the valleys jiFlyji O wintry rover Or tune your strings toa funeral dirge I J Stanley Vanf G ROWING jJIhe business men of Washington county are encouraged 6yer the prospects of their club of association an ac ount of whose orsranizatiori we gave last week Another meeting was held last Friday and more mtmbergv were taken in It was decided to call it the Washington County Business Mens Association tIe idea being tD admIt as members all business and prof essonal men who so desire and not to confine the membership to meTchants alone Gfeatbenefits may result from the organization in the way of promoting a better feeling ana a more thprough understand ing as regards business methods among local business men It is thought that the forming of this organization of businessmen will lead tD something bet ter later on by enlarging its scope It could be made to fill the place of a Commercial Club and proirotle local enterprise and encourage the location of other new Industerks in our town eiS j S fc OQD PLANMr1L H X Tones the produce man is the promoter of L plan for boosting the price of poultry and eggs which should make him the friend of very cbH ken raiser in the coiiny Mr Jones planis briefly this He purpose to ship poul try direct to the New Yorkjmar ket in car load lots aijcl4can thereby obtain a fconsfderable advance in the price over Louisville figuresHe can therefore pay the countrypeople highcr price for their products In order to get the pouitrjin quan tities sufficient to make the1car load shipments Mr Jones has enlisted the assistance of coun try merchants throughout the cojnty who will pay a uniform price which JKill be an advance over old prics1The plan was clearly illustrated this week wLea chickens were received here at 10 cents per pound when under the oldmettiod of handling them eight cents was the ruling figure The arne method willibe applied on the egg market reason why every farmer and country merchant should not cooperate in the plan It means morelmoqey tothe pro ducer as well as to the handler J 1 ITcnitLThe cty coun ss1edthe hitching ofi horses on Main street The new law will make it a yiolationfor the owcer to illow his horse to stand on the streets longer than one hourT The country people who come to town to do their trading are quite sensitive in regard to town laws mide for their benefit and the new law will doubtless ciuse some kicking a although it appears to us to be reasonable enough A pian who comes to own to spend the day ought to tare enough ffegards for his o horse to put it in a table any wayT the way one would be I astonished to know the total disregard wlich so many so called good men have for the comfo ts of their horses I have seen men ers einto town on a biterly cold or rainy day and tie their horses up to a telegraph pole without so much as a blanket over them and go off and leave thepoor beast to shiver and suf fer for hours at a time while the tnoughtless owner is toasting his shins over some stove Hor ses have been known to betaken with a fatal illness through jjust such exposures and in each case the owner feels doubtless that he isa victim of bard luck when its his own fault Were it not for the suffering of unfortunate animal one would be tempted to say it serves such horse owners right nOPULAR APPOINTMENT igE Judge L H Thurman has appointed Robert Noe as Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court to fill the vacancy left by the death d15 Mr F M Campbell The appointment holds good un til next November when an elec tin will be held for the purpose of filling the place Theappoint went of Mr Noe is a popular one and Judge Thurman could scarcely have selected man more thoroughly qualified for the pqsition than Bob Noe He has been Mr Campbells deputy for several years and is familiar with the work He is popular with lawyers and litigants and the appointment is taken asa dfiseryed recognition of his abilityS trt 1 5AA7 will DVERTISERsOur l do themselves to merchants read the another adv readerstt men in this issue The pay to tell the public what they have to sell will make it to your advantage to deal with them j V Smentw Wonder i The cures that stand to it credit make Bucklens At nica Kalye a scientific wonder It t cured E R Mulford lecturer jfor the Patrons of Husbandry Pa of a distress case of Piles It hsals the worst Burns Sores Boils Ul cers Cuts Wunds Chilblains I and Salt Rheum Only 25c at- C t J Haydons Drug Store iBillBefore the llegislature adjourned Bill Theme the Lieutenant Governor made a spectacle of himself and if he was act Already a dead pojitacally he would haveJl pat the finishing touches to the job Profanity is disgusting enough in any man who claims to be a gentle inani but when a man sitting as j Presiding off ijcerof the Senate and the second highestoflicer of the State i swore because he couldnot conI i trol the Senate to subserve the whiskey interests ho transcend ed every law of decency and t respectability ItR true he apoo gised for his profanity but that cannOt wipe out the 11inE town Neva ff Does Your Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blpodI or bad blood You know for good blood is good healthtt bad blood bad health And ii you know precisely what toji take for bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 yarsii eluggishliver 1ublbnKeep i bowels open with Ayeri Pillst A Xade by J 0 Ayer Co Lowell UM AltomannAotureri of 9 lJersAQUECUR RAL We have no ieoretil We publiiht4bo formula utah onrmedloinei iiaT roooO DEATH OOOfOfOM CAMPBELL OOOOOO r o 0 Court Clerk and a Useful and Benevolent 1818Circuit JCitizen Gone lo His Reward Q uuuV JUVVUQOUfUVfcNUUV VVJVVU Last Thursday evening the I5th instr 1140 otfeck Mri Francis M Campbell passed away surrounded by all the members of the family after about two weeks of intense suf fering The immediate cause of his death was blood poison re suiting from hemorrhoids Francis M Campbell the fourth child of Qeorge P and Lucy Martin Campbell was born December 31 1836 His paternal grand father Nathaniel Campbell a native of Virginia and of Scotch decent caine to Kentucky in 181 2 settling near Shelbyville In 1819 he came to this county and died three years later At his cteath George p Campbell father of Francis M bein the oldest of a family of eight children assumed the sup port of his mother and the fami ly following the vocation of farming Francis M Campbell received la good English education and at tthe age of twentybegan teaching school in thiscounty and continued thirteen 1February81 IMiss Fannie Campbell and tot that union were born ten ichil dren of whom seven survive Arthur B Idella Lula B Myr tie Theodore Bessie and Pearl Robert died about four years agolhe other two died in in fancy Death deprived Mr Campbell of his wife and the children of their mother fifteen years ago and he has since kept the family togetherand been a kind generous and indulgent Jarent1 witholding nothing with his ability and power to gratify and give pleasure to his chil dren 4 Early in youth or in 1854 Mr Campbell united with the Beech Grove Baptist church and his life was one ofuCbarity for all and malace toward none loving his fellowmen with the open hearted openhanded generosity olhis nature It bas aften been said cfbim that ho Avas generous to a fault but he had a keen insight and understanding of human nature that discriminated between the worthy needy and the impqstor and seldom was he the victim of the dishonest reci pient of his benefactions In 1884 Mr Campbell was elected sheriff of this county by Democratic party to which Ithe belief he always sub being at all times a loyal partisan upholding the tenets oL that party as a worthy s andard bearer for his county and Stale He was elec cd to the offio for the second time and served the term out In 1892 Mn Campbell was elected to the cilice of Circuit CourtClerk and again in 1897 was ejected to the santc offic without opposition He was nominated and elected again AS clerk in 1903 arid was consequently serving his third erm at the timeof his death Mr Campbell was a director in the First ational Bank a director in the Washington County Fair Association and identified in various other ways with public enterprises of the wn and county He was a member of the firm of Uboe Campbell millers and up until a few years ago dwned and opera ed a farm Ii the death of Mr Canpb3l VfJU vvrrwVWv the town has lost one of its best residents the county an honorable citizen and office holder the church a faithful member and his children a kind indulgent parentIThe funeral services were held in the Presbyterian church Sabbath at 11 oclock Rev Wi H Vii iiams his pastor peached beingIThe Lord God omnipoent reignetb Rev R L Purdom made a few appropriate remarks reminiscent of Mr Campbells life as he had known him The remains were interred in Ceme teijy Hill THE BARSHon John W Lewis announced to the Court that F Campbell Clerkl ofthe Washington Circuit qourt died Thursday after a short illness and on motion it was resolved that a meeting of the Springfield Bar and officers of the Court be held for the liurpose of paying tribute to the memory of our deceased friend Hon I H Thurman Judge of the Washington Circuit Court was elec ted Chairman of the meeting and Robert Noe Deputy Clerk of the Court was elected Secretary On motion resolved that a Committee on Resolutions be appointed by the Chairman Thhairman appointed as said FRANCIS M CAMPBELL I ii J Committee John W Lewis W E Selecman and YoC McChord and after a time the committeemade t eI following report Whereas pie members of the Springfield Bar and the officers of the Washington Circuit Court have llearned with profound sorrow of the death of F M Campbell leiof the Washington Circuit Court which office he has held continuously since 1892 therefore Resolved That while we submit awe hopes with becoming reverence to the decree of the Great Judge of all living and dead by which he has removed from our midst forever our friend and worth fellowcitizen F M Campbell by summoning himto appear at his His tribunall before which we must all sooner or llater be called upon to answer We can only deplore that this Court has lost a faithful lhonest and upright officer and the community at Jrge a worthy Christian citizen and his family a kind and devoted father To his family we offer our tenderest sympathy in this dark hour of their deepest aflliction and say to them that we appreciated Jiis nigh charac ter as a worthy citizen a devoted parentand an upright Christian man wh6se example in life was worthy qf emulation Resolved That theJudgc of the Washington Circuit Court be reques ted to allow the minutes of this meeting to be spread at larger upon the records of his court and that the Court put of respect to the memory of our deceased friend and its nlcer be adjourned until court in cou seIResolved That acopy of these proceedings be tendered the family of the deceased and published by re quest in the newspapers of our townI W McCfiORD SW E SKLECMAN JOHNW LEWIS Committeej Mothers everywhere praise One Min uteQ ottgh Cure for the sulTericpsi itjji has relieved and the livesof the little ones it haa saved A certain cuge for coughs croup acd whooping coughjjj Jrkes breathing easy cuts outJ phlegm and drawa ont the Jnflatn mation It should be kept on hand for immediate use Sold by all drag gists y l r Two Pair MrC B Sulliv ppof the county of Woodford was here Thursday and informed the Herald that a morning or two previously he went cut to his 5 barn and found that one of hfs ewes had dropped tnree lamb Sj He vent back to the house aijd got his breakfast and returned to the barn to see how thepw and qhildren were getting alorig and found to His amazement J that during his brief absence ithe ewe had dopped a fourh lan kin Mr Ci B Sims also came into our office and told a shedp story He said he hada fejnale pointer that had given birth to upi s that he killed A latribl took up with thedog which bb gan to suckle it an it ioiioi4r aiabout the place Mr Sinjis thinks that as this dog is rafsirig sheep instead of killing iheb she ought to be exempt from taxation Harredsburg Herald Dcclors DBzzlci The remarkable recovery 6f Kenneth Mctver of Vanceborj Me is the subject of m chin terest to the medicdl fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing io severe inflamation of the throat and congestion of the lung dtcwneni i inducod io try Dr Kings Nejw Discovery and iI am happy to say it saved niy life5 Ours the worst coughs and colds brcjn chitis t bsilitis weak lucgj hoarsnes and la grippe GuaK anteed at G J Haynons drugstore SOcsand 1 Trial bottle free j AFoul Murder What appears to be a real coldbjlopded murder was com hou1einmornng of last veek The victim was James Caldell an old paralyzed colored inmate of the pcorhousp and the ciinje was committed by Jim HuffaNr a young negro who recently came to Lebmcn and was seat1 to ihe poor house when he suf fered an attack of fever i The oldt negro was strnck over the head with agrezn che Sry club about three feet long arid an iuch ad a half diameter i which fractured the skull arid death followed within a fe v minutes w There was another iamite in tho same room butlje was asleep and knows nothing about what occured before the killing However Huffaker confessed that lhe did the hilling and Monday when called for examining trikl waived examination and was sent to jail Coroner Ivo Brussell herd an inquest over the dead body about 1 oc1ok1 Friday Tbo jury was composed of 0 T Peterson Quincy Hogan H W Wrigdt Sam Fleece E RIl lings and N T Bickett a dt their verdict was that Caidwell t came to his death from wounds inflicted with a club inthe hands t of Jim Huffaker LebFalcojn j j1IJiath 11ale in Ntw Too k and Cit llDuring Novembea and December t 1903 one fifth of the deaths in NeW York and Chicag were from pnqu monia Foleys Honey and Ttr not ouly stops the cough but heals aid strengthens the lungs andTireverjts pneumonia ao do not take chancres on a cold wearing away when Foleys Honey and tar will cttre you quicclo and prevent serious results Sold by mock Haydon j Hardin Counlty Modnshiners rN Severn Hardin county men charged with setting up and operating a moonshine distilI cry or working in the same en tered pleas of guilty in the Uut ed States Court in Lotfisvi le and were given sentences as fdr lows John and McClelland Me Gulfin John Horn were ea6b fined S5CO and given a jail sejl tence of six mouths Bud and IJ McGuffia were giveQ a jjiil sbn ence of ihi ty days The prisoners were ordered to be confined in ihe Hardin county jail their keep to be paid bp flpe government The former three are not in j a financial condition to pay thtr fines and will bejr compelled jlo liquidate the saraepby jail con finement Etown News E E s w4 AO Kimoall has for ssjle White Wyandottes White Pfe mouth Rock Single Comb Pro Leghorn eggs at 75 cents for J5 Q t t r I SUBS R1IgN IlJA YEAR f 1 l t 1 i C J ir County SjAd in the ileg islature to place Adair county in the Bourtli Congressional disti ict jwas brought to the frrttoie day last week and was killed by the oilInmendment theIwhole matter iis that the repre sn ative from the Third district tent on giving Butler to the fourth knocked Us out by press titir claim and doing so when no hope of cirying their point could be sren or entertained The Fourth was willing to add Adair DQtdUE1i i9thtlHonJ tative from Green and Taylor stood for the bill with all the firmness and fidelity that enters tbe makeup of an hpnest courageous man anl1 furthermore he was truely and honestly representing his counties in this matter Democrat of Adair are not unmindful or unappreciative of MitchEll position and in tne fuurc we trust that we can have an opportunity to shOe him in a more substanial way- thetrue appreciation of Adarr crfunty Democrats for the honest and faithful efforts to hejptis oland flU us m so doing As it is we are left in the Eleventh to figh as vie have in the past with out having a ray of hope Manj of Adair county Democrats were ytilhgtoi be paced anywhere justto get out of the Eleventh but so Ir a we are opncerned it makes but litle difirefencewhefih er we sere left ia our present district or switchedon the Third for the bulk of political atpirants of that district has not brotherly feeling foe our County Their action only justifies a pplltca scheme to snrap Butler for Adair and dispose of 800 Republican majority in t e deal The News will still do its duty as it sees itt regardless of environment fur our ccuntys Sou hern Ken tucky and Democrat principles Rightfully we should ob placed in the purth but the chances at present has g me glimering iAdairNews EqgsForHatchlMil Mrs R A Mctntire priog field Ky R F D No ba eggs from pure bred B P Rocks and S C Buff Orpingtons frIsale at 1 per 35 3 Sin T An Antidote The strongest argument In favor of whiskey we have beard in a long time comes from Mays ville K7 as fpilows t Gus Crawford full of liquors layI down on the L N track yesI terday afternoon near this cilyi and the north bound passenger train struuk him and knocked him about one hundred feet when picked up tnere was not a bone broken He had five bot ties of whiskey noae of Wlich was broken Tnree suits of unc derwareand other clothes in proportion were on his body5 Just think what would have hap peried to Mr Crawfordr had he j been duly sober when the pilot i f the locomotive struck him i As an antidote for railroad ae clients whiskey seems to be the1 jonly thing tLat will coanUract onc5GlsggrTimes Brain Leakj cfjf ijGood books never ffladt bit fboys 1 jt is a wjse wife who posteWr c own letters if A real Christian doesnt hits o use words io tell it J1 The man who Jump at conVcl sfons lands with jar I Some men loudly deBMtndJMj II- ice while softly praying lot j mercytA sory that is nut fit for ladle to hear is un tit for gentk men to tell + t When a man begins woodtrivc f if be looks bis age it is a sign t that he doesSMen have missed golden oppor jtunities by merely doigs MM hing just to pass away the UHM t The man who takes no partiiki politics bus no moral right Jo alk about political corruptioa People who have oothiog f worth while tto talk boutli sally j manage to kcp up a lively coa4 V verationSSome men thloroform Uwir k C nscience and than flatter tbMt selves that they arrtloing right j because they leel no remgr t The more erperteace me sII 1t woman have in reaiinir childre the slower tley are to giveadrvice abotit rearing chlWrea t Insurance t Insure in the FArmer Hoe i tnsuranceCompkofJunck4i City Ky the only company iin f the State thai makes ay claim f of paying its Ibsftes in full lyr J J SapplkWltef Rowan Sapp who ct R1I1fll1j Smothers in an altercjatioa which arose over an axe hawUe 6o aty court daywas tried J liIdxe ThoM as in the police court iridtheld over t0 next graiMl x 1 A under a lOObond SaaoiiiewlM f since about recovered tAb lrnon Eiterprize r tJJ Tte BtllrlDltA 1to Jachecoqslpis Ite Witts Little Early Rbcr Xftjfc 4 a vial of thefts famous Httl pilli lit the house and take a do e atWd time when TOH feel that the aiiaiaclt A Jrdonti I tbe Prtati WBce 1jo The printing Offot has iidbd lrproved x better tolJicany a boy has graduate J ore isefil jui t conspicuous teeiabtrt of ioeisiy- has 1 jbrought more mkelltc toiit and turned it inopndieali useful channels awaken aor Lt minds inspired more etiysa4 elevated tbou htit timay J of the Hterarx ctilltftMoltt Jt country A boy wtio coamiMiaci tiI lIwilll brought out and iif be iaacwWri 1Ik observer experi nc d im UM pi ITension will cxwtribuM i ftJ f ward an edncaticm ba a ean b iA obtained in almost zay otbcr J manner iiS Lenten goods of all kij jii i fish loose or inkit8c eI r than ever befor A cat PriM in peaches primes apripo4 Y nay beans hominy aadrk for the next 10 dajs ata Wmpaj + + If UCT ON OO- L OF llOBSESS SJWe will Sell One Car Load of younff Western Horses and Maresoneatatirn jjto dyJddM hrtz6Je1006 J t Sale will be at L Nock Yards i 4S1This Stock is Saddle andIWvint LJcWUf art lifiit J boned youn and shapeyAgs from 2 te5j a i 9 Sale will commence promptly at 1030 AJC Je 1 aidless of weather All frcakr awl Sp ottktar flHorseal i fl r before sale vv i i r itt KINGIJorl i f j i 5k I r 7 c 7 jJ HE NBYSLEADE pvaDuY nnrMb AT p ef A YKAR IN ADVANCE jiS DKY I L IILAV1SON JrJ jI Iw1I rfcjMfeMMMtleea 10 cwate pe i c4M M caHW aLt Mid political matter 1uti I Job week is 1M at low rates but east hUdJuuI liberal 3tres ard resolutlcfts of respect Htsll untO KXftC Mtnt 250 ociiCt lrx TSURSDAT MARCH 15 1906 IWeare authorized to announce Robert Noe as a didatfifQrthe office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo jcratfc party I r We publish this week the an Houncenient card of Mr Rober NOtI who is a candidate for the subttr ject to actien of the Democratic party Mr Noe 4s now occupying the office under an appoint rne t from Circuit Judge Thur maft and has determined to ask tie voters of the county to elect himto the office next November provided of course hereceives 5teendorsement of his party Tere is perhaps no harder worker in the Democratic ranks inh county than Bob Noe and J it wouldjbo nothing more than a fitting recognitionpt his services s ould his party reward him with this office He is thoroughly qualified for the duties having S2rvedin the capacity of deputy clerk for several years Mr Noe iiij known to nearly every voter j 4rhlj the county and is popular with alLand he wouldbe a hard man to defeat in an election before the people The members will have to content themselves doing the orkcut out for them to do at v the ejtra session Gov Beck ham has made the positive state men that he will not for any purpose whatever extend the call the call fdr the extra session I of the General Assembly Some wanted the call extended to con sider an appropriation for the Jamestown Exposition t Forest View 4sJobp Hamilton and Abert Jkiedley left here last Friday for iBonjsyille where they wilt make tbeff future home tMrPat Hamilton visited near Loreta Academy last week Mr Pias ifally has a very sick family with the grip Mr Burt Smith has moved to tle farm bought by Kent B and ford from Mr Dock Blandftrd Charles Mc lains horse became enangIedu the harness last Sunday night and cut its self very bad j We hear some talk about local jotii nj but we guess it will be iKe Jhe perfume cf roses waste itswtetntsdon the desert air r zl The poles have been iJt put in Splace nd the wires hive been strung along the Springfield and bqttthe jjngfeof the bell has not jet been beard Several of our neighbors are talking of widening out their to- blcco patchts and enlarging their barna The dog law is well enough forca e t uo weiuo hub want to 89Ofchefish lJtw urapered with itoreclosVWe he r that horses will not beuiiorttd toward en thr streets Df pnnefifld over un hour atRi time cmijEtre at Fortst View tby san stand oxer all night in snow an Lrain and nothing is bkidkb It pf ScacJ- TathainvT r SpriH s iI Ihere are agreat many sick folks in this commu ity Mr Elha Whi e remains about the xirthe Mr Edd Jenkins is not afy betters Mr John D Keeling 1 i3verv sick ana Mr J W Sat I lelI has had an attack of la lpP6K r Frank Kays and wife have X ne to house keeping oa his y atHlS far MjlarencI Asbbjand wife Of gavilk vsitdM the Fo i iI te 8i J y PqllnfWM bsctidprenLis at this 4cIaILwck J iJ 4spb jJ I Liii1TT tars Misg Addie and Effle hayo itheyi Keeling and family SAlES Brntijer Armstrong sold a asareto Winnie Kays for 65 and bought a mare from Sam Shields fQrO Joe Bark tirad sold a mure to George Cut singer for 85 Worth Burps sold his crop of tobacco to poundGeorgeber tire buggy froh Alber Wilham for 100 O C F ser bought a cow and calf fromiH H Graham for f3750 t tJFIESLtNTI3ROV1 Mr Oscar Sweeney and wife of Mackville visited Mrs Will Ttompscn Monday Mrs Will Davis is visiting ht r sister Mrs L M Gregory Mr Carlilse CleHand of Mid dlesboro wasihejgupst of Miss Lizzzie Mae Gregory last Sunday Charley Henderson of Har t4bdsburg was here Wednesday and Thursday Master Carl Edwin Pinljston visited his grandmother Mrs Miss Lewis at Valley Hill last week Mr Will Shirley and wife of WilJisburg visited Mrs E J Pinkston Saturday and Suuday Jas OConnor who has been very sick at his home in Litsey we are glad to say is able to be out agatJ Mrs Mollief Toia is visiting Mrs N P Thompson Mrs Neil West of Louisville is visiting friends and relatives at this place I Mr Bridgwater of Louisville wits here one day last week on business Mr M ij Gregory visited his mother at Beams station last week a JMr Chac Gia eBorLeb non was here Friday Ion business v The Two 4 OOJiJjtlILLEI Rev Eaden of Chaplin Fork Hopecliurchthe Mr B MCvll has the mumps and several imorS cases are looked for nextee1t Several from hero attended church at Vafl y Hill school house last Sunday night Wenid a show last Wednes day and Thursday nights with a large audience both nigots It was a magic lantern show and producedveda prize for being the largest and best natured man in the audi ense Miss Eunice Weekjey received a locket for being the most popular young lady pres ent M r D C Cutsinger sblSf his crop of tbbacce to Will Eddie man for S675 supposed to be 1350 pounds He owned a half Jnterest Willisburji Lester Gibbs is very ill at this wring with the grip Mr Jchn Reynolds was in Danville the firstof the week on business tonijpentSund GW Merritt spent last week at Chaplin J At Sims and famiy ate on the siik list W B Shirley Tim Harlowe and the igfant of L H Hardio are also on tile sick list We have teen having su hbadweather that people who are exposed know nothing only to haye the grip or pneumonia Born to the wife of Luther Jenkii s on the 16th a eirl to the wite S D Hale the 17th a boy to the wife of Wrn Wells the 18th a girl Mr Walter Adams and Miss spentSaturday WS Gibtjs and Mr Cook were in BloomSeld on business Monday Miss Nora Cheatham enter THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAnXO HIS KXAU Hurried eating has ruined many a mant stomach The digestiondestroying pro lirstIbalks the digestive organs give way and almost countless ills assail tie man who endeavors to economize timcat the expense of his health tfA torpid liver causes a quarantine of the entire system It locks in the diseased germs and body poisons and affords them fun play inviting some serious illness VnHWMUes where August FJoweris used a sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach ailments as aqeartbumheadaches tioss Ne wellregulated family should beVithoutthii standard remedy fTwvMMf ascasd 754 All drbggiita Sold by 0 Jfi Haydon f r ta dafwCIlPfricds on last Thursday evening in a most charming manner All present had fan enjoyable time Charles Mcllvoy ad wife have moved to their new home near Fenwick Mrs Fannie Suttun anddaughter Miss Artie dt Brooks ville Mary spent SaturdayriLl1 Mrs Klllsboro Quite anumber of our people arereported on the sickJitthis week but nonearedanger ously ill- Miss h Maud Inman who has been visiting the family of T W Sutherland during the past week has returned to her home at Shady Grove importaQtthmg aside from pasing the dog law and the Red Utricting Bill was to add 678100 to the States obligation ac pro det e Interest of a few poUticlansWewonder what he extra session win do J D Sutherland and wife L M Clark and family spent Sunday with the family of Jt S In man at Shady Grove Gray Eagle well known to all horse jjockeys and doubtless traded more than any other horse in the counts died Friday night from pneumonia Rufus Shew maker was the last owner and would doubtless have entered Gray Eagle in the races this Spring had she lived We are glad to beable to re port our neighbor J M Montgomery who has been on the sick list since he attended the Masonic banquet at Willisburg you can guess the cause df his illnesS how able to be ouf agan mingling with friends along the creek quietnesshasiigned Pooville since it has become a town but the Mayor thinks best for a polieceman to be elected and it now looks asH Cale Set lie will be honored with being chief of police and W C Dud gaon deputy Pony ville is being rapidly improved and ere long will be one of the most important trade centers in the county- L M Clark the well known farmer of this vicinity sold his crop of tobacco in Louisville last week at an average Of 9Jc clear of all expenses This is the best price that any of our farmers have received for their tobacco thisyear A large number of logs have been hauled in the bottom below the school house for a saw mill set We have not heard whether a mill has yet qeen secured and whoever gets the job will be lucky for there will be plenty of sawing for quite a while The other day while some folks were talking about cold weather and big snows one of our old citizens said that the big eest smw that he ever saw id Kentucky fell in March 1849 and it averaged over five feet in deph and stayed on the ground for several days and went off with a big rain All streams were higher than had been se n before or since Fine crops of all kinds were grown that year John Shewmiker lost a very valuable mare last week Cause of death unknown Some of our farncers have be come somewhat alarmed over the continued wet weather for fear it will be lo late to sow tobacco bels and oats cSeedttime and harvest shall always be sayeth the Lord Then tnere is no neofor any one to be uneasy Onr community is over run wth agents representing almost ever firm known to the civifized world If one should buy from e yery agent that comesalong it woud soon brake Rockfellpw In many cases the agent is a sharper and can talk the poor old farmer right into his well laid scheme aud get his hard earned money and the farmer really gets nothing for bis cash He then declares ihat he is done with agents but the next one that comes along with his slick ton gue he is ready to get licked againThe Mayor of Ponyvi le fur nished us with the following Gale Settles sold a mare to Oph crowlbought bought a horse from Ballard Settles for 50 Lee Set es sold a hurse 0 J B Shewmaker for 1l0 and one plug horse to Cat ton Settles lor 15 He Vao bought a cow from he same party forS35 Ed Settles bought a wagon for 30 Thn following may appear somewhat exaggerated but it is- Sn well vouched for that we give it as quite a wonderful occurence Simon Adams the WIll known citizen of Fenwick says that while he was tiling a saw a piece of steel flev into his eye andrhe followed the old rule of putting flax seed in the eye to remoye any substance bir this failed to do any good but only caused him more pain After suffering for two days he went to town and hadDr Ltnaptoo to examine his eveand found that the flax seed had fprouted in hi eye and had begin to grow Ifny one has any doubs about this they can call at Oder Logsdpns store in Fenwick When Byacinlhttok a whack at us for being agaii1t the dog lawt the readerottthe News Leader expected uiWto niake a rtjy We did write a reply bat liii that week the NewsLeader did theIllyaIC1titb certainlyIthe bill We will let the dog law rest until it is killed by the next Legislature Lilac Doctors The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclver of Vanceboro Me is the subject of much in terest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends He says of his case Owing to severe inflamation of the throat and congestion of tthe lungs three doctors gave me iup tto die wuen as a last reuort I was in inducodIo try Dr Kings New Discovery and I am happy to say it saved my life Cures the worst coughs and colds bronchitis tocsilitis weak lung3 hoarsness arid la grippp Guaranteed at C J Hynons drug store 50c and 1 Trial bottle free MAUD I As the od darkey saidh slave time The more rain the more rest but if this holds true Itbink the farmers have had plenty of rest hero of late We have needed the bridge across the river more than ever the past few weeks Mr GuyDawson wife and little diughten of Bloomtield visited Mr Herbert Eddleman and family near here Saturday Mr Ham Shewmaker and lit He daughter visited Mr M L Treutman and wife last SumJay Will Virgin was in Bloom held Saturday afternoon Trio skating rink seems to have an attrac tion for him as well as the num ber of young folks Bro Rogers delivereu an excellent sermon at New Hope last Sunday moi ning h s subject be ing Words thoughts actions conscience and tLe hear Bro Eden pastor at Jhapllh Fork SundaymOrnlog Mrs Kate Virgin Mrs Jennie Barlow and son Dixie and Misses Josie and Lill Shehan were gUEstsof Mrs Thes Virgin and daughter Wednesday last Mr El ward Galley andwife Of Bardstowo and Miss Kathryn Settles and Mr Bertie Flaugher of Stringtown were Quests of Mrs B F Settles Sunday last Messrs I N and Richard Arnold were in SpringdeldnFrlday- Miss FairvLyddaue has been the guest of her sister Mis Will Eddleman of Zion for the past week Frizzle Head ANTIOCH Bro C C Alle filled his reg u ar appointcnent at Pair View ctiurch Sunday Miss Lill Yeager and Mr Bob Robinson were united in mar riage last Wednesday at tha home of the bride Jiess Dennis of Sharps vi lie oiHctaped A nice supper WAS served that night Dinner was served at Mr Wm Robinsons the next day Mr Wm foore and bs son Henry entertained a number of friends at the home of his uncle Mr A J Noprt saturday ngh All that were present seemed to enjoy themselves yery much Miss Ora Trent of this place is on the sick lit but iscr some better at this writing The infant child pf Mr Johnie Sea and wife was buriedatAn tioch cemettry Saturday after noon Born to the wife of Mr Frank Sweazy a boy Mr Rosco Bryan and one of his f lends of Kii Wand attend ed church at Pair View last bun day Valley Hill Mr D C Kelly sold his crop of tobaco in Louisville last veek Price unknown Mr ThovKeed sold his crop of tobacco to HM Moss at 8c per lb S FKaveq of Polin was in this IMryiiited relatives neat Poln Sun diytIMr N P Thompson of Pleas was in our midst Sunday Mr G o T icker so c1hiM tobacco toE M Moss forBJ ct per lb lo bu deliVared next week is11urgAnioung those who attended meeting at this place Sunday aftsr noon were Messrs Steve KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr KingsI New Discovery F PriceFORI JIO Free trial urMt and QuickMt Our for all THXOAT and LUNG TEOU LX4 or XOKXY JAOX r Scott and Shelton Mongomery of Polin Their presence was very much appriciated as they are both able singer and asis ted greatly with tue singing which seems to be the most dtfficult part of tile service as our boys and girls lack knowl edge along this line Rev Pinkston will deliver R TemperaIce lectuie Saturday night the24th atthe school house at tois phce Alh ugh we have had much in clement weather during the past ten days of our meeting it has this far proven a success a good attendance each service which at 2 in the after noon arid 7 ai night Rev Pinkston is a fine talker and each an every one of this and Adjoining vicin ities should hear him On last Saturday he delivered a warm lecture on a hot subject His text Hell and its awful torture uponTuein which he cearly set forth things whicn would or should tQliveclose Sunday night the 25th and everyone is invited to attend ho reaiainiir of the week Miss Grace Lair oie of the moit prominent society girls of community spent a wduyslast week at Elm Hill W G Perkins has removed from Booker to the farm of Billy Cbeathams Pettr Shehan of Science Biir spent Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs R L Goatley spent Sundaywith W T Beam and mother Mrs Dugan of Fairfiel who is visiting Sam Tucker and wife of this place is qUite ill at this writin Uft6 MCINTIKE Mr Cook from Lexington passed through this section look iing at jacks X B Hill soldOO Mike jackPriceRA Wheatley and T E swapVTheatleypaid Martin Spalding sold to Tom Sims of Forest View one mule 55 R C lull bought of Tom Smith one twoyearold filly for 115 Mr and Mrs Burt Smith have moved into Keut B anfords house Miss Flora1 Keen our popular young schoool teacher r opened a subscription on Road Run last week Jessie HINTS FOR FARMERS The Eei In Spring During recent years It bas been n practice to slip ewes us soon AS ipossi- ble after the Ininbliig season and we have been well satisfied with the re stilt writes a correspondent of Ameri can Cultivator The wool presents a nuicb better appearance and Is free trout weak spots It Is well known that Jt Is dllllvult to keep a good milk big ewe from going down In lIesb and this Is sure to weaken the strength of the staple The ewes must necessarily be stabled jmicli of the time and the lambs soon begin to tramp over them when lying which soils and Injures the wool We cUll without washing nut select n mild spell of weather for doing It nUll when they have been cllyned for a few days a cold flurry does not seem to affect them but It out when n rain comes they rapidly jrither to the shed and this Is a decided advantage to the lambs us they will often remain out It not clipped until ttie lambs are very cold After clip ping both the owe and lambs seem to Improve more rapidly Sure Month In Pltrn core mouth will kill quicker than scours although the disease is not so ftrcvnlont says Iann ProgreiW A case of cnnkcred sore mouth Is aloqt as bad an thumps and notjooked after at once will soon result fatally One of the best and surest remedies Is crude carbolic acid After washing out the sore places thoroughly take a swab made Of old cloth and bathe the affected parts with crfrbollc acid twice Indny to Most cases of sore mouth are caused by pigs fighting wiili other before they are fortyeight hours old and It Is a good plan tto take out the sharp teeth with which the pigs are armed even when they are born If these teeth are properly removed the pigs cannot hurt each other or bite the dn m Of course It Is a difficult mulcrtuklng and the farmer should judge for hiniKt If If the situation II such as to warrant this trouble Good Fruit Payu From time to tine the wall goes up that fruit growing does nott pay that It Is avcrdono tint this market Is glut toil und In consequence the fruit has tot be taken to the tip It one has sufll dent curiosity totnkcf1 run down to the markets in order to probe deeper Ipto tliln matter he willl see so much in ferior fruit being offered fty sale for anything it will bring that lit Intrude drinb with wontlcTus to how tile pro duwrs of fruit of such Inferior quality can niake n living out ofvlt and that if they cannot proilttco anything better the wonder Is that they had not henIup fruit growing long before Ameri can Cultivator Waier1g Horsei A horse Should always be allowed to quench hls hirst after coming in from work even If he Is hot says W B Cul bert III Kentucky Stock Farm A very general opinion exists that It Is Inju noun Jo water horses yb11 they come In in a heated state and they are there fore la many Instances not until they have somewhat wntcredt This opinion is fallacious as It does not hurt horses to drink cold water directly they return from work It 1s however hurtful to let n horse drink after ho iaparlly cooled down and this practice Is very Hatile ttocau3e ft chill to the system H rf rw 0 i iINATURES POISON The Part Thejr Have Performed la ClTlllslaa the Worlrf Poison as a single word of the jthanchrrleswlth j glossary of English speech Whether spoken or written the word at once challenges the attention and the Imag ination to horror of evil There are only three poisonous serpents in the geography of North America yet because of these three varieties alone the whole reptilian family Is condemn ed to deatlFat sight And yet strangely anomalous as it may appear the existence of active poisons in the animal vegetable and mineral kingdoms of nature has done more for the development of modern civilized man than have all the other Iqnoouous elemental things which abo riginal utah found to his hand These active poisons were mans first stim ulus to thought Even In the ffguru tire Eden there was one fruit of which man mlpht not eat Whyjipt was his first question and the only rational for him to eat andanswer was see Waving aside this literal Eden as nnncltrvnlml nnd metaphOrical the aboriginal man was confronted by the same literal condition as to the things jwhlch he should not eat or touch or smell His environment was that of torrid zone Nakedness was his ItIle Exposure to the venoms animal plant and mineral life was a Qonsequence against which only a Hquickened Intelligence could insure munity The fruit of one plant he dls covered to be life the touch of another was death JIe could avoid the giant carnlvora of the jungle which won have searched him out with tooth aug claw but he had little resource against tile creeping crawling things whose fangs and stings meant convulsive suf fering horrors rind death to his kind He knew the sweet waters of the hmB but must learn to guard against the brackish excoriating waters of the des erts wliyr because In this maikftr his first voiceless question and the stimulus of the Interrogation were the making of the civilized man Tecli nical World COINCIDENCES Some of the Queerest RecOrded la the JlUtorr of the World The late well known archaeologist Albert Way crossing Pall Mall can noned against nn old gentleman Af tor mutual apologies cards were exchang ed On each card was printed Mr Albert Way The older gentleman dying left his fortune to the other Al bert Way The planet Neptune which had for countless ages revolved In the heavens unseen by any puc on earth was din covered simultaneously and Independ ently In 1S4C by Professor Adams and lit Lcverrler the two most brllllant astronomers of the day Some years ago a shepherd boy placed a sleeper on the railway line between Brighton and Palmer with the result that a train wits thrown ofT the rails One year later to a day almostt to a minute that same youth was struck by lightning and Instantaneous ly killed within a couple of miles of the spot at which the accident occurred The four King Georges of England all died on the same day of the week In 1800 a tOw weeks before the census taker began the enumeration of the people of Elm Grove Va the town thorities counted 4heir own population preparatory to films articles of Incorl poratlon The following was the rej oyerltwcutyoncof males under twentyone years of age 148 number or females over sixteen years of age 148 number of fej males under sixteen years of ae148i Some years ago in Teheran an Eng llsh sailor was caught in the act of car rylng oft some precious stones fromj the shahs palace Tire thief was brought before the king of klnsj who swore that the next time the sailor crossed his path he would at once be put to death It lsn curious fact that this very sailor was crossing the street when the shah was driving In Berlin some time after and was knocked kllledjPearsons Tennyaona Brook It Is not generally known that Ten nysons beautiful l poem The Brook once came very near perishing On W3sIttingburnllngpapersabout to destroy The Brook say Home Notes Stop stop You mustnt burn thnUi said Sir Rawnsley uIt Is one of the best things you have written IIIbackMiss Inez Eutz Yes Mr FIckel pro posed lpst night afltl were engaged now Im so happy And Im the first girl George ever loved too Miss WiserYes I dont notice yojur ring Didnt he fclve you one I Miss Inez Entz Yes but you see he had to take it back to have It fixeti The stupid Jeweler made the iuscrihthou read George to Genevieve ln osteadSk Jl tclJiIIt Not a FalBlfler Either Patching and darning us usual ote1J t ItII It money by being so mendacious Chi tforago Tribune JoSS Tl e man of meditation wastes 101JOltuUUllThe retired merchant was looking over his old ledgers What satlsfjictloii does that afroid you asked the culler f t JA heap Im nilswered Wbdu somebody calls me an old skinflint nqalJ n miser it Iocs me good to look at tile tUf1buslnc3s IrterestIr Not Unlucky to Arry Ive broitiiht yer a ring ATtt rlet AintJt a beauty ArrietWhjy Its a opal Arry nml opals Is awful onlucky ep they sea Arry ipu neednt worry yersef over that cos aint a real un Ioeiie Iouilou Express rItI Dft1 rot the rrcuch poet once salJo He who would write of women shoildo dip his pen In rillllUUW dye and der his lines with gold dust from bar Vrflles wings ed DwItt = a sr P IwrMI tri i = 1 ililiiiijjJii diWlWJt WIVili Hw SPRING STOCK 1 f J f j III J t IIV 1 ftJ j Meals Clothing embracing all the latect Spring f3styles1 tw i t ti 3 SHOES JL f f t3 Foi Men This Ilatest in Oxfords a All fthe latest in ShapesI f INewI Neckwear and W iteiand fancy Vests for Men ta 41 5 rt Wewishto can attention of our Ilady customers g f 2 to our new line of Fancy Belts Belt BUCkles Stocks fl t ana Persian Ribbons the newest things for Neck f 1 11 Wear s t fza 0new line of Dress Goods and Trimmings E Everything in White Goods We are selling ttINTER GOODS AT A SACRIFICE 4 t PfI GRUNDY fi IcINfffiE I 1 1rl t f HlIftIMIRMlRlftlRffttta 1ft1M 1L18118tI fo ii fj t i1iSWhSf iStti jW fftf WOO1lfi i www J ff1 tli jI 1 r I i ii f OnethatIs not Untried hut a trJlId4 Jl vuniform Breederp 1 t qif- II Chestnut Dare will make the present season at my ttstable near Springfield at J di r 20 To Insure a Living Colt Jr tf t1 V Chehut sorrel 6 jrears old 10 hands one inch high a fj large handsome saddle and harness hose stylish perfect if rin form in gaits and in action His size finish bone and ii substance are such that will cross on our smallest mafes f f and produce the highesttype which the market demands Y Judges of horseflesh have flattered him by saipngheia tII the best son of his famous sire His produce of two s tc9 sons have secured their share of first money in closelyI E1 contested rings having met and defeated the progeny of such sires as Chester Dare 10 Ky Squirr ll Golden 1 Greatland and others Horsemep prpnouhced his GaYfl Jktcoltsof last season better than those given by the owners t i of such sires as Montgomery Chief aud Highland Denmarfe Chesnut Dare was sired by the great Chester Dareiv i1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he byrMambri o Chief 11 2d dam by BlackHack Chief 3d dam by Brink t ers Drennoni e Consideringi his breeding J sue styI gcneral conf or mation and his uniform shovofcoltstk the patronage 1 i g ofthis and adjoining cpunties IiILEXINGTON PRINCE l Ie ii i r fbg fj I nation of Denmark and Cabells Lexington blood tJLexiugtonj rince is by Red PriAce sire ofthe cham i iipionsaddle horse Thornton Star he by Second Jewel by iWashington Denmark His first dam by Von Moltke by I 11 Cabells Lexington was a large bay handsome show mare r t 3under the saddle 2d dam by Lexington thoroughbred I l This horse comes highly recommended as a breeder for 4 33fancy saddle and high acting horses r J 1 My dd well known mule Jack which has proVehhini + ii seirto be one of thebestin the count for high priced mues will stand at 510 to Insure a Living C ill lf J 2 Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 handS 1 inch iftv t very lengthy great weight and bone big feet good fL IIhigh and ear and no better bred Jack for mules liEs sire blackjack by Imp Leon was a great mimIc Jack IiI hiTham ib a very llarge and fineRevelle jennet 8 TOfINSURE A LIVING COLT r i i t IA cordial invitation is given to all to call and inspect Sto ks Season money is positively due whenmares 11thistraded off partdivith or tired to other stock oi i a i iE B B LEACHMAN5XE MWMffjM M fli MM MM Prcaaed leci Chop or grind three pounds of lean eat fine add two eggs beaten one alf cup of milk four rolled crackers lJalt cUp of melted butter one lev eli tablespoonful of salt and one level tcaspoouful of white pepper Mix well and pack In a bread tin Bake two ours covered and when cold serve In hin slices Honor am a Uedlelae- Honoy makes an excellent gargle sor throat Boil one teaspoonful of honey In a cup of sort water and argle freely This same preparation lso makes an excellent eye wash- 1DIIJn clean piece of linen In the honeyS and layover the eyes Beef For lavalldB Inan proves of great benefit to persons of frail constitution and to those suffering froai consumption It Is chopped fine seasoned with salt andI by placing It In a dish tot water It assimilates rapidly flfrd at- pnls the best nourishment ICo klur Old Potatoes Old potatoes urcjpgry apt to turn a dark color In the boiling but the way prcvcntthls asy enough Add a tcspoontul of milk to the water InI which you boll them and you will flnd they are beautifully white when cooked IWiiaJala Colored Embroidery To set delicate cobrs In cmbrolderea dollies or tray cloths soak them two minutes previous to washing In a pall f tepid water In which a teaspooBfrtl f turpentine has been well stint OrauIated Lard For granulated lrd cut In some pelr raw potatoes and render lard ov rf gain and strain Ibe raw potiitOiI l prOsUle taste of rant la1t s t t4 f= = liter nmil Jfa IMniter The alvsoiiUuIildcdncsg ot It ccr ala wel Icuown Scofch professoMsnotavi ii8 ot long ago ha invited ttfpw se Hcct friends to dine with ttluX and upon their arrival some Short time beforo thellour set apart for dinner the pro fessor suggested a walk through the conservatory and gro nts until time gong should soqnd the dinner hour After spendIng a short time Inspect f lug flowers plants etcbostand guests came suddenly tova small gat At the end of the lawn JAh said the professor to hlsasto ls1J agpcstsas suredly this will be ji much nerer WYfhomo for you thjjri golng back to thIfront And all unconscious of hi ln vltatlon to dinner he opened the gate t end bowed his guests out London AH fWCrt I SperMlti r the TqsjThe superstition of the Trwis Ii where so apparent lix their fear of tbeovil eye Jugs plaeea arn d the edo of tile root or a old toe llled with gar and blue bets Ui glass balls or rings Is m sure j iani against the Illusion Wbcuevefi pretty cIilkL Is playing upon the street the fp isew by will say 6h what an ugly child for fear of Inciting fhfevR spIrit- agaInst Ifa beauty The peasant cl aet In Turkey are of course the toot se pentltlous because tSijtarjB tUe ignorant tf They have iioeciuctisf whatever and caH cltlwrMatl M write t l XUtWMI Aru UniK i ii Is a wfite potttceaf And aede IThe lonershe ltai4 1 vt AThe ctg sjs lnLieJ e rowe 7 lt i t rtt i r I rc f t BUGGIES 4 f We are coming in the Market with = r Ji BrJmcmcIs I 1 We have decided to add to bur other business a full line of buggies of standard makes and uptodate patterns We wiIdie the r workof such firms as Sayers Scovel Geo W Davis Buggy Co and others l- J Wewillcarrya nice selection of young mens Buggies Runabouts and SurreysIf tltlY I l rnEOLD RELIABLE FIRM i vV HAYDON 8 AtnBEe 2 WAS BORN IN THIS COUNTY 4 iF Trie Mother of Walter Q Grefham who Died Re cently a Native of This County L t T Situated on Little Beech riyer aba ut seven miles north east of6 Springdild is a house whosei early history is recalled by the death a few days ago over in Harrison county Ind of Mrs 4Sarah Rumley mother of the late Gen Walter Q Gresham Secretary of State during the second administration of Presi tbisif r house that Mrs Ruinley was 0born 99 years ago She was one L pf the oldest residents of south tern Indiana and died at her J jH6me near Lansville to which she moved when a bride nearly eightyI years ago She cele ratted her ninety ninth birthday an Taiversary September 5 1905 and had she lived but a few months v longer wpuld have rounded out the century of life She is survived by fiye children three by Vthe first husbandMiss Media Greshm of JLansville Mrs Besselia Smith of St Louis and Judge William Gresham of 6t Peter Minnand two by her last husband Noah BrumleyJ Mrs Charles Gresham wife of a distant relative of her first hus band and Gaorge Rum ley both of Harrison copnty Her daugh terin law Mrs W Q Gresh i am and her grandson Otto Gre 4sham both of Chicago and her 4 daughter Mrs Smith of St Louis also survive her Mrs Rumley maiden name was Davis and she was theI twelth of sixteen children and she went with her parents to Indiana when but six years of 1 ige She was married when quite young to Mr Gresham who was killed while attempting to arrest a desperado name Spies being at the time Sheriff of Harrison county Th ree sons of the aged woman were distinguished officers J l of the Civil WarThe late Gen W Q Gresham the late Cal Benjamin Gresham and Col William Greajiam who is now an eminent jurist in Minnesota Her son len W Q Gresham j was grealey attached to her and he visited her every month even after he hdd become Judge c of the United States Court Post mast2r General Secretary of 1 the Treasury and Secretary of State V The house oh the Little Beech fformerly the home of Mrs Rum SMeys prent3is now pwncd and f r occupied by M r John Tobin a prosperous farmer The house bas been added to and changed somewhat in later years but ithe old originalportion which iso brick is still a part of the home The house stands on an f eminence over looking the Little v Beech river and is known as the old Oawetl Gray place it havit g been owned for a number of years by Mr Oswell Gray It J was latea owned by Mr Thos f Jr Nalley who sold it to John p Tobfn the present owner It r 1 haslong been a belief that there was a silver deposit on the little 5 fbrJinch that runs into the Beech g a short distance from the house The story is handed down that Indians otce found shyer in that i vicinity and got out a quantity of the ore In later years a party Lof prospectors didopen a place on Tick reekJa few hundred I yards Iroi this point in a search f for silva but their efforts were unsuccessful fWo Struck Billy Patterson r rl1eslloon people in cities o 1ti Lhe Fifth Clas3 were restiogi e prfctly comfortable over theUnit h C U t I bill when the Churn measure passed the Senate exempting cities of the fifth class from the provisions of the law They thought iit was an absolute certainty that they would have no trouble with legislation at this session Whil they were con gratulating themselves lover the situation of the House restored fifth class cities to the bill passed itbnce and thfi Senate concurred in it too quick to tell about What Caused this sudden change Who did it Who struck BHy Patterson It is dead easy 1to us We can track a politician as easy as DanielI Boone could a deer The administration at Frrmkforthadabsalute control of the Legislature It did not want to pass hettemperance law because the whiskey interests had been very friendly but they are looking out for the next State election The temperance people were red hot as to how they had been thrown down by the Administration and they simply read the riot act to them and threatenfd things in 4hd next election which would en danger if not defeat the ticket The adminislration has a nat full of sense It saw the band writ ing on the wall and it lumbled The word was passed along the line to g amend the Chinn binJ to include pitiek of the fifth class t and to p Srtquic1 It was done in a gifyl The men in the Senate who halvoted the other way floppediover upon command from headquarters and the whiskey m0n were beaten to save the Democratic party Its dead easy w hen you look atit right ETowhNews Voijiaito Kiioeys Women are m roften afflicted with idney dit3 irders than men but attribvte the rymptoms to diseases pet liar to their1 sex while in reality the kidkeys ate deranged Heryoua ness headache pufFey or dak circles under the eyes pain in the hack are signs of kid ev trouble thet must no be ignored or a seofous malady wil result Foleys Kidney Cure has re stored toe health of thouson s of weak dcavbus baoken down omenI strengthenstheblood ond benefits the wh le system ScM by Smock Haydon Wt Zion Echoes The farmers of community Jare busy clearing thY and pre paring thsir ground despite the rhangble weather so they can 1begin theit work in earnest wten spring rdnJIy opens But it seemsthat we are going to have six ueeks winter Mr George Russell wife and baby of AsheV Creek visited the formers mother Mrs R A Russell last Sunday Miss Elenor Hays a charming girl of Bloomfield visited at the home of her granlfaiher MrJJ B Hays last week Mrs JR tiUtams anddaugh ter Lydia spent Friday with her son Mr Brute Williams at MidvayiMessrs Hines Neale Herbert i Crume jand Newton Arnold were in Bloom fieid Saturday n gbttMiss N9raand BlanohBpnta were in Bloomfield Saturday shopping1 Miss Grant Hay alter st pleasant visit to her sister Mrs Martha Graham in Lpuisville returned home last Saturday Mr Jjas Hood wife and daughter Lilly sppntseveralf days latt week with Mis Hoods mother irs Vice atr Mt Wash iogton Mr Joe Bishop and family ofj Springfield attended church here Sunday and visited relati j Iivea in this communitycMaster Hugh Sanford Williams of Midway spent Sunday withJ his grandparents Mr and Mrs J Rj Williams Miss Carrie Neal of Chaplin Pork after several week s visit to heraunt Miss Carrie Russell returned to her home last Wed nesday Mr Charles Seminones of Harrodsburs and Mr John Russell of Vanarsdall 7 isited relativ shere last week THE TATTLERS The Orieal Foley iCoi Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey arid Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Honey and Tar and refuse EoleysI stitute offered as no other will give the same satisfaction It mildly laxative It contains no opiates nd is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cros T5rug Store Board of Control Frankfort Ky Adjt Gen Percy Haly of Frankfort Dr Milton H Board of Breckin ridge county and Judge David B Red wine of Breathitt county were appointed as members of the Board of Controll which will have charge ol the insane asy- lumS of Kentucky and the feeble miuded institute Goy Beckham sent his appointments to the Seoate and they were immedi atly confirmed In length of service the members range four three and two years Adjt Gen Haly securing the longest term The law went into effect with the signature of the GoVernor and all the local boards are out No changes will be made in the officers of the different institutions until the board visits them and inspects the bonds Adjt Gen Halv is the best known member of the hoard He has been in the public eye for ten or twelve years and in official position for about half that time always In the confidence of Gov Beckham who values him tiigtoy His advancement leaves the position of Adjutant General vacant which will not be filled until the office is vacated Dr Board is Superintendent of the Western Asylum at Hop kinsville and his retirement leaves a vacancy also to be filled by the Gfovernoj Judge Redwice first ceame prominentt as Chairman of the Louisville convention which Geminated Senator William Goebel for Governor The Strenuous Life Results In Stomach Troubles and Physical Breakdown The Red Cross Drugstore Offers cStmple Remedy The strenuous life of modern times forces people to rush through their meals has ily hurrying from the table in the mad rush after the almighty dollar The result is incomplel te digestion inflammation of the walls of tne stomach and lack of secre tion of the gAstic juIcer ending n chronic stomach tro ubles and tiervous oreakdowu How much better it would be to eat more slowly cure the stomach troubles with Mio na and soon regain perfect health The headaches sleeplessness nerv ous troubles pain after eating specks before the eyes back acbes melancholy and gloomy foredoding would be soon over come and perfrct health and strengtn would bfr restored So reliable is Lit nain curing all forms of stomach weakness aud troubles that the Red Cross Drug Store gives a signed guarn tee that the remedy will cost you nothing unless it cures Each box of M iona sells for 50 cents and is 1nvaJuable to any one who suffers with indigestion nervousness cr weak stomach ForlO days only I will make a special inaNo 1 country sor ghum one tat cant be beat C W Hagan I ANOTUERPLAN Tobacco Growers are Being Urged to Plant no Crop in 1907 The Harrodsburg Herald pub Jishes the following as a good plan to keep the up the price of tobacco It says SAlt other remedies having failed or proved abortive to the growers of White Builey tobacco in the forty counties of Kentucky in which that crop is the staple product have raised the war cry of no crop for 1907 as the only means left by which the hand of the American Tobacco Company can be shaken from the district This is a radical and harsh remedy but it is believed by those in position to judge that it will be the most effective remedy that can be employed The following is an excerpt from a letter from solofbeing11publishedt district The proposition above mentioned does not require any money but it requires a d termination on the part of every land owner to sign an agreement ngt to raise or have raised any tobacco on Ida land in 1907 and keep that contract inviolable The preparatory arrangements haye been made to grow a crop in 1906 The time that sowing- is at hand Ba sure that we grow crop arid when1 the first day of May 1907 comes and ho tobacco seed are sown the price will regulate itself to the satrsf ac tion of all holders of tobacco The corn crop was almcst a fail ure in 1901 prior to that time corn Was current at 25 cents per bushel Now four years since it is worth 40 cents with the greatest crop ever grown SoI jjvjth the tobacco crop with crop out We explode the gag of overproduction and place the supply in a position that the independent factories can and will create competition We beleive thatt practically all the landowners will sign this agreement if properly presented to them as it appears to be the last chance and bslar the most feasible plan Now is the time to act Several years since my lungs were so bably affected that I had many hemorrbajea writesA MAke of Wood In I took treatment with several physicians without any bene fit I then started to take Foleya Honey and Tar and my lungs are now as sound as a bullet rr commend It in apvancee stages of lung trouble Foleys Honey and Tar stops the cough and heals the lungs and prevents serious results from a cold Refase substitutes Sold by Smock and Haydon They Should be Spotted The press of the State should unanimously resolve that whenever anyone of those Representatives In the Legislature who votod against the Stewart Libel Law bobs up for office to hit him hard and hit him often The press is today the greatest power in Kentucky for guod and when it asked protection by law against injustice the Legislature should Imye unanimously given it The Stewart law provided that where a newspaper uninten tionally pida man injustice retraction or correction should be a bar t6a suit for libel The oresent libel law in Kentucky is the mcst unjust inithe world and the newspapers jsimp1y asked tnatthe law be amended to conform tto the laws from other states and the measure would have exempted them from dam ag e suits where no ilifel was in tetded but are brought mOle as blackmailing schemes than anything else ThE newspapers throigbcpit Kentucky should nave the names of the members of the Bouse who defeated the Stowart hilt Whenever one of then sho vs his head for office a every newspaper in the State should be informed of the fact and then go after him right This is the only way to secure a law by the next Legislature which will give the newspapers justice Etown Nejws A Ml Hat WM Enrol Dont frownlook pleasant If you are suffering from indigestion or sour stomach take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hon Jake Moore of Atlanta Ga says VI suffered more than 20 yearS with Indigestion A friend recommended Kodol It relieved mo in one day arid I now enjoy better health than for many years1 Kodol digests what you eat relieves sour stomace bclcbtng etc Kodol strength ens the digestive organs sweetens the stomach and enngles you to eat digest assimilate and enjoy what ever SU like Sole yall druggist Facts Twisted RepresenIday afternoon upon score f illiteracy lawlessness etc pirtisanship in her judiciary answering a statement of Repre sentative Hopkins reilectirigj on New York niiide an interesting speech hut had some ofhit facts twisted Mr Bennett said that Curtis Jett who killed James B Mar cut xnnd other prominent citizen s of Breathitt was still at large Air amith corrected Mr Ben net t stating that Jett was serv ing a a life sentence and was in die tedin other cases It seems to me that MrTett easbeena very busy man in Breathitt said Mr Bennett thinking Mr Smith for the cor rection At any rate tire point I wanted to make is thatlthe appalling thing is that Hargi and Calla ha n were renoinina ted for the ofdces of County judge and Sheriff of BreathUt three years after JoLt shot Marcum after the latters differeice with Hargis iTo the fverlastjing cnulit of Breathitt county the nominees were overwhelmingly defeated Tile speech referred to by Mr Bennett was made three weeks ago Mr 3ennett discussed OA haustively the illiteracy of tin in theKentucky mountaiiis4 Torture by Savages Speaking of the torture to which some Of the sayage tribes in the Philippines subject their captives reminds me of the in tense suflering1 I endured for three mouths from inflammatiifn of the Kidneys says V1tL Sherman of Cushin Met1Noth ing helped me until triedEleo tric Bitters three bottles ot5 which completely cured me Cures Liver Complaint Dyspepsia Blood disorders and Malaria and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaran teed by C J Haydon druggist Price SOc Dick Miller3 Mr 1I W Miller the Repre sentati JQ from Madison county easily distinguished himself as the abjestand toe most influential membe r of the House Defeated for Speaker b cause he allied himseL wiih the Blackburn forces he had difficulties to over come to win recognition as the real floor leader when so me im portant Question was uridiir consideration He made the only two great speeches that were made in the Legislature arid in each in stance so convinciijg was his arAl mentH and so gret At was his eloquence that heovf came all oppcfeition and put though both the measures without a dis senting Vote We do not em mI ber when such a thingwe s ever before done in the Legisrtature It was really fortunate fci1 Dick Miller that be was defeated for Spe ker ts hn has won 1lat r laurels upon the floor than he could possibly have obtaiped in the Speakers chair If jlhe people of the Eighth District know a ffood thirg when tluey see it they Rill SM d him to Con sress He isfaaorator a student aldga State of Ohio of Toledo cssfFrankf patheJ Cheneyfe Co doing business in the city of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of onehundred doilars1O- for each and every case ot Catarrh that cannot be cured by tbe usbof Wails Catarrh Cure eyrd in my presence this 6th day of December I A D 1836 A W GJeasor publicHallsally and acts directly on the bloc and inucuous aurfaces of the systen Stodnr testimonials freeorF1 dTieney fe Co T61edQ Sold by all druggists 7Sc Tako Halls Family Pills for cons ipation Fatally Wounded The usual ending to a israp game In which negroes are en gaged was brought out yet tar day afternoon at Davis wl justoyer the Boyle county ine when Thomas Farley shot jand StplthBothThe shooting was the resu 99f a quarrelt over ihe owner oft the spoils and it is claimed that Smith was the aggressor jKoth t1iionsment Fkrley was arrested by Sheriff OlaytOji Arnold and jDick Moore of Garrard county and taken to Lancaster LATER A telephone mrsSage received at 8 oclock stated that Sorth died atl oclock Danville l Ad vocate r Wild Dogs IcecUlundera remote part of the pjuce there bts been discoy vred a banlluf- ua dogs that have betn S n to come out at riigh bu1ciy in hiding during the day very farmer in that section who raises sheep his been troubled with the loss of several of his fiock by dogs and it is now the opjiriicn of all of them that this jiewly discovered band has been doing the damages It is almost im1 poss ible to reach the canines quring the day as the barn iis fille4 irb hay andtne flooring is so close to the ground they can nar lly be seen A tenant oj the farm notifitd Mr Cecir of the den Isucceededi them but there are sevqraHn the Qed yet An effort wpll be make torldtire place of Ithe eI worthless curs by watching them at nght when thy come forth for their nightly prowl Thare is said to be about aiozen in the band Danville Adiocate flci the Rltl Kmd1 If yot are troubled with plies and cant find a cUre try When Hazal Salve but besurc sot get thatmade by E C DeWitt COn Chicago ds the Original If you haVe ItI Witch Hazel SaTve witeout b jinff lieved it iis probable that yoU hold ol one of tiLe many worthless counterfeits that arc bold jon the reputation of the genninct Def Wit f SWItch Hazel salve Sold by 1l dug Igists Bjyan onnance just passed by JfoeOwensboro City 09icilall sfcioons must by situated on a ground floor facing a public highSway and shnlj have windows and doors so constr uctedtfcat during days when it is unlawful to keep open sp as to have otgtoi prevent a- ntireiewthe room offelarJeEjloy UrOl TAUGHT HIM QA lESSON i l iOIdJSolaier Tells How he fwas Cured of Sleeping at His Post KJ Hsburg Kv March 20 Editor NE VSLBAEER 1 waut to tam to the old boys Rome today as it is laming and I cant gefc ut ilove fb talk to thf m ot things that happened over 44 yeats ago in this way 1 keep in t acu with tile boys I met t some of the boys occa sioija ly after a long separation and i hay togo back to their army s rvice to ttbe features and trace them dawn tto the present to rQcpgnizebthem and sometimes iciinfc gut a single feature tT ineic formsr elyes But there is one boy that I have kept up with as I seq him quite crften andtbjeca is a citcum statce that will cause met re mam her him as long as I1ive t wiil try and tetll it ashe wasnt to blame and It taught me a valuable lessoai It was in 61 while in a camp of mslarueiion at Lebanon that wedrill d and did guard duty so that when we weLt out we would be full fledged soldiers I was put on guard at night at a fina sprIng that fur ois1 ed water for our camp Jot Jaues was Sergeant oflhe guard that night Isuppose Joe thought llie wcs puttia trusty boy at the spring 1 v a3Iazsror tired oralitle of both I fox got my responsibility I found aconven igut seatin the lockbf the fence and wasscuiItstaslcep How long I woudhave slept would be hard to teil but I knofr I Elept until JJi Janes came around with lio relief j urd and woke me up Ha hai taken my gun soT had lo fil in the rear without gun an he reported to the Lieu tenant of the guard He told me Ibat I coud go to the guard house ubtii niirning I plead with him to spire me this humiliation and he relented and gave me p9ru ission ta stand my turn until mo fling I did so with a heavy heart but slept no more on duty or off Iwatrymg to realize the enormity of my crime The news soon spread that one of Company D was found asleep on post I found sympathy in my c npiny tne of the boy Morris G Roberts by name took ijp ny cjfse and went to Col ttate Wharron in ay behalf The Ci Ion 1 came down smiling atwy discomfort and kindly told JL3 that this was only i camp cf itetrcction and we will have to J t you off this time but r ineintM nt if we were in an eiitujrs tcuntry you quid have been cou rt martialed and shot1 So I faithfully promised the Calooel never to sleep oil duty aaiu Jnd I am sure iieverdid but if Toe hadnt taught me this A FOOLISH PLAN Tts a Joy to ealT welcome ray dlaserlicmr Because I rout indigestion with August P1OWIrI Constipation is the result of indigestipa biliousness flatulency loss of appetite selfpoisoning anemia emaciation tine acid neuralgia in various pEts of tk system catarrhal Inflammaboa of the IH tctinal canal end numerous otimr uk ittlydot flIm bound In the bowelania o mon expression of people who look am miserabIeyet1sit fWhat foolish plan whes Mtiit ctbe aided by the use of Grsena AXM Flower winch Is iiaturta own rem y coaiitip tlon andail atoinachJlla- August FtoipMr give new lift to tin liver and intofM healthy Moolt rwo84c c U All drug T J little lossoa on the Urt I UfW have beans t fOrwncrpost in face of the tittay lafcw bb While X didat Iwl Yrf J gi atef ul tofCJ4i for mj g Ecstoa- on thatlineit mdes fUUif lrvidetteof me in U t fuUrc mwi w ithlds gOO1withetoiII anLsICep When duty cals M V CRODCH Co P IQth TLy Iiftry x HlUlhi PUHEIC1TliiI r L 1tHulIIsamsKllI AH CMrt rhal Germs SeW lIaM Guarantee by The Re4 4 CrossrDrui t t Store tisA noteworthy facjT that among the maSs CataraLjthsilyone Iriruer Store snlls Bodar tfaefc 1A faposrye UIU wu uaurL mjney if it does nut cureTHje md Nacres reJfl 1fortM cure of cattrrhc t No dangerous drugs sje Uk into the stotnaeh when HjOMti is used Bre ted through Uw the small packat ioha erttiat comes whli ever Hyomnl outfit frs healing balaans penetrate I to the mosfc renfoe cells of tin throat nose and lurgi killi fthe germs of cttarah feMtliac the icritated mucnug membraiM and making conijlete sad 1last lug cures uhe complete H omei outfit consisting of an inhaler that- can be carried in the purse orJvest pocket a medjcm dropper and a bottle of HyoiSel coate only 1 v The inhaler will laat ifetinie hlleLetra battltyoraei can bePocured whfa aver need d for onts 50 cinta Aunt Sallys salt rising bred received every dayalwayi fresh alwaya goo4 McElioy Bros Hither stiJ1 J tt the Bn bon News says real estate dealers irfBlqe GraM cities report that tenant farms in Central Kentucky lore scarce and that high rentals are Wag paid for available lands for lUte cultivation This is doe to the gratifying prices last year for farm product the gradual ds creasein cultivatable arMS by the accretions of large stock farms of surrounding territorji and tUe larg influx of DlOadaii people into the center part ot the state hence those poaeeaar land which they expect to aflf are advised to hold it as the price of Jand already high Ml expedited not only to bold iita figtir but even promises to gq higher Farm work las begun and much sod land in the bv grass will be cultiatad thiit year Tobacco bedsare bum ing in every section of the co tt4 try andthe indications point to increase in acreage this year Joseph Lussier of Butler eowii ty has ahe that iIs part 1dC that is she has the head and body of a chicken stubby tail Skprf legs aid Web feet like a At times she cackles iHa shiij quacks She declines W Associate w ith the4cbut the hens will have nothing to iS with her iffr11tlcltti ffS with that Jld enemy of be rac fI Constipation ftH eoda i 2Ai pendicitis To aToid all a rMMiii tuble rowith StomacE Isiieraad jLIfej late these organs witjt or diacornfOt 25c at O on s druggist i frecTrljiTt Ii T Tqe Retail Uerchaats Asf a tion Louisville will refwod In cash to one of town cHiatosaeTB the cost of out routti trip tici qts based on a one ad on third fare on the folk if fdates April 2n4 to l1j laajr 7th to 19th June llth o 16ttu For particulars IrSS J T Beckmaon JJiTanager Kaaall Merchenis Aasocktion XTrii Bldg Loiiisyijle Ky 3 u it itVe gf 4 I MIptIia at Y Iris Ii 1ci k JLPHONZ2 LYP IL S Tr1 NEWS Rtt6Ifd Js W w sintoJT Altbta t MM tb6wtA1 wptn ynettcfar the ath b IJatt OBrabut to bad a YUmnr tMB r Mjr Lit VFNot ooljr 414CobMi BraftXaispos Ho involve blm frWtti itthae h erictt differences wkta bk eaJk Roej but tt ftteo lot Rm to feic MTamiea f trie reiMiotM with a Jwlg R WHQU not cstioMbfe jtttfct win white i re Idfujc Owa st 1Ilt whit Brags wa ted hMlIJW 4ke1Io41 lnc rret ttk zeentrnent oie M4te 80 fo tl J time the eqtooci det reven tt 4Yi Haw nav 1 MOST sriux TO xotr pe k lothe jdge savo whoa it was abaelakly accessary In the course of kMiritt FbwlljV however Ms better nature jettingi the upper hand Colonel Bragg ietcraii ed to apotof Izq to Judge nol oIt and emteavor to flfeet a reaewal f tbolr c coiniMiratIeiy pleasant relations frjB Meeting the judge one after QOl19U the steps of the statcliouSe ho twpuWvely thrsst out bLs bandana saId See Jere Judge lets be friends again This Ullng has gone on licing aougt 4WliyerBroggM asked the judge tate meekest and mildest wny liuagi liable what the matter Imply Uili judge continued the Jkty Bragg i admire yon so Im me scly that I cannot for my life be content to remain on bad terms anyv longer I felt that I must speak to Oltt WbyjcrrBragg piped the judge In the thinnest of voices n well feign ed look astonishment on 1a face Awhy ef Bragg havent you been pe1lktngto mart this the lawyer wilted f t IJoII JI aoi HaveTouTpr noticed the right way to get Into t hansom vheu two people are riding Few persona know what to do Jn nine eases out of ten the one jvlip eater Irst seats himself on thr off skis But this 4a wrong If on set ting in Irt you take the near seat your comptfckn can then enter In case aa4 comfort wklch otherwise he could JtOt WRiafif Cuyza Scientific American gives this recipe for waterproofihs for canvas Soft soap dissolved itt ktater and a solntior of Iron sulphate added The sulphuric mcld comblnea with the potash of the odp and the Iron o lde Is precipitated withthefatty acid as insoluble iron soap This is washed and dried nf- ilsed wIth linseed 91l Plager Tricks git Ida chair and rest the tip of the Jlrstlinger of either band on the tup of your bead Ak a person to raise the Land by trraspInffyouryTist SaII low with all his strength could lift the hand of a child He would raise the child from the fto rbut its It finger would not be moved from tsI jetid Another trick sbows how easily the trench In the fingers of any ordinary persons hand can part the fists of a strong man Place your fists together at arms length let another person strike simultaneously your left fist tvith one finger In a downward direc tion and your right flst with one finger In an npward direction No matter bow haid you press your fists togeth art tliey will fly apart J ofat What e MetAn Amer cnn in London once attend M dinner where Henry Arthur Jones tokl sto17 about Beer uohm Tree IrTrce said the playwright met friend of his one afternoon in Bege- ntJtrto gitwo stood and conversed a little Miwd then Mr Tree said I ay you been down to see me act- 4IYtpIT boy r N too poor said the other HJlSo poor Mr Tree cxclfinued i S 1 yos pcn enough on wIne and jriijara But tli other nettled lIriterruptPd dont mean im too poor sacan ouro tap poor lie Bald I14ail Xeeil Laia1 feuc Anltnul fred iii a necessity for tht growing stoclt TLc convenient way of supplying it is ta use animal meal Ju tjetarsh orjucat scrap In a elf feeder It Tie J rtner Is used it pnldnot esce jfirper cert of the total wejiimah for very 0 e 111 engbj- 4UiI ft Filllea jInd Scotch farmer l flptf Jiatf iMeeJcra generally breed t icldraftfillies at two years old and y genevoSHii tMtment they develop jjaoil arg tee iat three when they Iwve a colt and they have learned ts jwack ant csra their keep NatloMl a1c1Si ffrrem CIc retard Men lip Scctcry fearnard of the Cleveland baseballIc1Iblas racclved signed c nj fjtcl from the followlqgr players Bill =t iBtoiiK Flickr George Stornll 1adreolu NiLe Clark TYI In Itertwi lied rtltder Montwood the In tflp ktoiVf fTW Plywouth f Eafftadt reUertcpetie IM wiwi we ire JJcle o ps7 sad eya8ea wlse we- nre e bs4 o that th- q 04IM4 TMtt h M W idrsMis Jit ttttlfI it a om i lacIaeh4ILwcs A LMI qr Jir J a f tfrrs FIE above picture of the j Dmon mid fish Is the traded iiinrk ofScotts Emulsion mid is the synonym for strength and piiiity Ibis sold n almost till the civilized coun tlfrs of tile lobe If the cod fisli became extinct it would be a worldwide calam tty because the oil that comes from its liver surpasses all other fats in nourishing and lifegiving properties Thirty years ago the proprietors of cotts Emul sion fourfd a way of preparing cod liver oil so that everyone can take it and get the full value of the oil without the objectionable taste Scotts Emulsion is the lliest thing inthe world for weak backward children thin delicate people and all conditions of wasting and lost strength Send for free fnatpJt SCOTT Jb DOWNE CHEMISTS e51EiZL STJIEJft XSW Toz SOe and fLCO An drugg iJ iJNv t NEW STYLE GRAFTING tucwetiifuliy r cd IH Co1oradoCo Mended liy S B Greeai At the recent meeting of the Amerl an Pomoiogical society the following ncthod of grafting was described by t gentleman from Colorado vhostated hat it was the most suceessfpl method hat he had employed in top working id orchards anti tiuu It QuId be used mbranehes as large as fourliieheslu llqmeter with relit aucccsfc It Im jressed mo as being far better than or Unary cleft grafting especially for CLEFT STOCK large stocks from the fact that the surfaces of the union were all smooth end the sclotfs held more firmly The method of procedure is as follows Alter determining where the graft bad better go the stock is cut ort with L fine saw and the cut made in thejside t the stock as shown at Alrbs Is then cleaned out with a knltnsL IlsedtorIs shown at E in the second cut The scion is cut as is usual in cleft grafting ind Is driven with some little force nto the groove In the stock as shown it O and In the cross section at Dj It will be found that after this traft Ins been driven In it can only ie pulled out by using considerable force and It is held much more firmly than la the OBUT urn siant ordinary cleft graft This method of grafting is undoubtedly well adapted to take the place of cleft graftlug for all stocks over threequarters of an inch in diameter If you try it you will he surprised at the firmness with vhlcb the scion will stick hi the slock All wounds should be covered vlthI ax as In ordinary cleft grafting K Green In Fnnn and t ir 5lde A Wa y Out Mrs Hiram OffenSee Uer Marts the dishes you have pat on the table of late have been positively dirty Some things got to be doBaboat It Maria True for ye maam Yt ye only haJ dark colored ones maam ihy would show jhe Qlrtal oil Philadelphia Prcwu tilJ Ckmrifem tLzlsessWb1cli do you prefer te HUotcal or Iigeus Bus IKMi Csb of conr utIt they dont pay promptly tfcen prefer charges itlrnoee i1iMtl1N J 1 Y mihisiwcIvh W- i f61LE OF THHi bAY few KejwMlMtm Wfc- lfnijTMnnin James E Watson at ImtfeBB the sew whip ot the hoHI JtepebltcaBB to comparatively a yqun au to bear that honor being bu slightly ever forty yean old Tet lu bee served long In congress bclagho in his fifth term When fresh out o- jeoUegea green lawyer at Itushrllle in tIle Hoosier State he went into s campaign for congress pitted npalnsl the veteran Democrat William S Hoi man famous as the watchdog of thc treasury Watson won out after n contest that is still the folk of the Sixth Indiana district if is elcctioi 13 whip means that ObI day to is like TAKES E WATSON Iy to go to tile party leadership in the house with prospects in time for the spcakershlp When it was first given out that ho would succeed Pawney as party whip some reference was made to the fact that Watson was an ardent Methodist and that on two occasions he had been state president of the Epworth league Later it developed1 that be leads the choir in the First Methodist church of Rushvlllo where be lives and that In this he vies with James P Goodrich the Republican state chairman of In diana who leads the choir in ills town Governor IIi Wronpr Pocket- S M Griffith water commissioner of Altoourf was coming up from rhlladel phla a day or two ago and two scats ahead of him in tile ear sat Governor Pcnnypackcr Their top cons hung shle by side on the wall of the car Suddenly the governor arose anti beg D crolng through the pockets of Mr Grif nth cont uIsUUrc anything In that cot you would like to have asked tb water commissioner leaning forwanv Ills excellency scowled at tlia appncf ent Impertinence but Mr Griffith only smiled anti nodded toward the coats Still the governor did not seem to un derstand If there Is Til be glad to get It for von added 3fr Griffith stttl smiling affably glrUtled1beI anap01ar1Plttsburg A State Biana WlilaUc Bepresentative Graham of Pennsyl l vania has whiskers thatdo itot meet at til points There are too many Inter vals between them Two of Iris col leagues were discussing him In the house lunch room In my opinion said one of them Grnbamswblskcrsarepunctunted too liberally Yea 48ahl the other who used to bE jBdltoVy they are what you might cnir double leaded whiskers New York Times Mutual Lifes New head Charles Augustus Peabody who sue lresldentpany Is a native of New York city where hp6n8 practiced law for the past thirty rears It is said that the new heaa of the Mutual Life lacks that aggressiveness blfh character izes mos insurance wen He is fifty years of gquletiot manner and speech afc decided j methodical In his business methods Early lu his legal career Mr Peabody showed much Interest in the reid chtARL 7XAtthJw Women as Well as Men rAre by Kidney TroubleIKidney trouble preys upon the mind daw Ourages and lessens ambition beauty rigor and cheerfulness soon i disappear when the kid neys ire out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent 0thatIt Is not oncorntnon bornFwith weak kId t = neys iIte child win ates too often U the urine scalds the flesh or If when tta child reaches an age when It should ba able to withbedwettlngthe difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first tee should be Cowards the treatment of unpleaooantIkidneys bladder and not to a habit as supposeVomenM mtat ate made miserable with kidney anjd bladder trouble remedyTheofSwapRooby druggists In fifty ffK cent and one dollar 1sampltRom ou Infill about it including many of the thousands of testimonial letters teceivai ifroni sufferers cured In writing Dt KItoer It C binghamton N L1k svia sad mention tth piper I Jit s 7- I Jt JtU 11rl 11 A Louisville Daily Paper and The N8IsIIr1 t I LLeaderd ffor 200 T I B l For a limited time we are able to offer the reading public the very best opportunity to secure a wide it jr 4 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lie jis nlso a director of the Hamilton Fish estate lie is a me nber of the directorate of the Astor National bank Delaware and IIudson ejmpany Fausn rs Tom nut Trust Company Illinois Central railroad company National Batikl of Coaiinerce mid Union Tactile railway trLI UennInpr of Surname Nearly all surnames orljna4y had a meaning They were descriptive of their owners In a word tacy vcw iileknamcs like Skinny or Bhorty or TfldT Peel is a surname that shows the original Peel to have Iracabaid Graca means tnt from tbr IYench gras Grant from grand mcans blg An Ollr hant shortld o a clunisy and tflIwildti jierson IA snni iiic warf iPlilnit Originally Tlie Parkeiss vert lexers ot noble luens park The timers were war reners Or rabbit tcnJtM The Barkers prepared bark for tanning The La bouchcites were butchcrs Bell meant handsome Cameron meant crook nosed Curtis meant po Ute And Forster meant a forester Napier a servant in cluing of the table line n Palmer a pilgrim Waluwrlgbt a won builder Walter r wall builder Webster a weaver Wrlgit a carpenter Philadelphia Bulletin Suljtltnte For Tobacco Sailors on long cruises somcthncs exhaust their tobacjo Thence untold mlsery and many Ingenious efforts to create a tobacco substitute Tea anti coffee make the best tobacco substitutes They sm Jke freely inplpe pr cigarettes and their taste and aroma erg not unpleafjmtv But they burn the mouth and rackt the nerves Kope yarn the untwlstrj parts of rare antI amIs smokd lby sailors us n lust re sort Bark peeled from the 1oops re1 salt beef and j ork barrel ia aJvo smoked yrhen the limit ranched These tiJuga smoke abomhiabiy anil the black fumes that they give fortU from the sailors mouths areaIvraJf accom aried by oaths nint impreca tlbns4 Yet many a desperate sailor has smoked them In the Iwpeof np per Slug his tobacco hunger St 3Innrlcp St Maurice in Switzerlhnd itr thw name of a little station on the railway that leads up the Ithone Talle fom the Irtl e of Oencva The pSaeo cte its name as follows Maurice was the oiTi cer second in command of the Thubalr legion which the Emperor Rixluiltiu marIled over the Alps In A 1J02 to quell a rising In Gaul At OSodurun Orartlgny the legion every iriaft itlvvhl eli was n Christian was crilejed to sacrifice to the Roman gods for the sncccfls of the expedition Headed by Mnurlce they refused marct ed off to Apfiuniun St Maurice and tj lore woio tvflco decimated to enforce stbmlsslon Bet they still refused and finally the irdmaluder were surrounded and cut down by the rest of the arm Automatic Cookln BJ cc Automatic cooking boce vcre In general use among the not rows near ly 2000 yearn ago Tire Greek and Romrih writers frequenter refer to them In his edition of Juvenile example Frladlander cites a tlrIiator who refers to the JcwA who thy bcforo the Sabbath puf vfands hot into the cooking IOXfSI thIpots being covered with napkins naiL wrapped about with hay so that they may have warm rood on the SrJ bath Alirayn In Kvldciict- II notice observed Tuffold Kuutt that people dont pay no taxes on the costliest things tlrejs got U ws that grunted ItufronWrlt- elI fr instance If you wiz vvuth even a million you wouldnt hare to pay iiotblu on that peach of a nose youve giif Chicago Tribune Interested Nell ZJIrsv Closclelgh is getting ujI1l- ws to help a poor widow pay her fent D2l10t didn t know MIJ Close lelgh TVJIS so philanthropic j ell She isnt She owns the house the poor widow lives In Philadelphia Record Similar Symptoms OncAre you certain that you love the gll TutherCertalnV Why I cant Ifleep of nights for thinking about her 4neT get tint same effect from mytoitors bills New Yorker The Way oSnccciM Success in industrial business flown days Is as shnplc as a fairy tale The young plan must find out low to kill the dragon the dragon of c mpetltIo- nLSqdasyEvenIng Post AN INDIAN LEGEND Ilhe Grandfather of All Mo qnltoe4 and Ilbi Giant Descendant Thcreruiv pretty big mosquitoes In the mIl but if report be true they have greatly degenerated In size and strength siuco the days when this leg end was believed by runny tribes of Indians The grandfather of all mosquitoes lived In the ntMghbjHJhood of Ououdaga N Y Wlwn lie grew hungry he would sally forth and oat an Indian or two and pick his teeth with their ribs The Indians laid no arms that would pre vail against this monster so they cull ed upon the holdcr of heavens to come down Finding that lie had met his match in this person the mosquito flew away He llev around the great lake turned eastward sought help from the witches that inhabited the Green lake and lund reached iJiko onnmlujn when his piirsiier olUl1l11 nnd lill il hini- Ax hlhlooi1 poured forth von tho sand each drop becjinw a smaller mos quito They gnthcred about the Ijold cr of the heavens runt stung him so cruejly that lie half repented the serv ice lie had rendered to the Indians The Tuscaroras say that two of thl mosquitoes stood on opposlte sldes of the Seneca river antI slew all wbr passed hiawatha killed them A rca crvatlou stone marks the place where the holder rested during lila chase nail tracks were until lately seen south of Syracuse alternated with the footprints of tile mosquito These footprints were shaped like those of a bird aild were twenty incItes long These marks vere foverejl by the Indians for runny years Brooklyn Engle THE GOLD STANDARD Rhcland In 1810 Wan the Plr t of tile NatiOn to Adopt It The first nation to adopt the gold standard was England She adopted the gold stxIidaVd nominally In 181G but practlrnlly not until three years later for In W1Q iEngland was ou the paper basis Germany which adopted the single silver standard In 1857 took steps toward the establishment of the KOfd standard in 1871 but It was not until July ISm that sire demonetized silver undertook to melt down her elI ver colti sell it for gold and establish tile single gold standard The Scandi navian nations adopted the single gold standard at time same tinny In Septem her 1873 France restricted the tnts coinage of silver timid three years latet entirely suspended such coinage but has never undertaken to discard the silver coin she line in use or to treat It otherwise thtn as on an equality with reshlelISlllI e of sliver on private account was toll lowed by the other nations of the Latin iiKion Kegum Swltserliyiid Italy awl Greece ami Spain Kuspended the coinage of silver In 1878 HoHandv which hind established the single silver stand ard ill place of tin bimetallic standard in 1847 suspended the coinage of silver in 1872 and opened her mints to the coinage of gold on private account in 1S77 Watsons Magazine Echoes Ifrciu Hoinew Skulls Tliose curious twists and tururfsuper titious take ute to be found In tbc in troduction of horses skulls in or about the church buildings in England and Scotland the reason alleged being to help the Hoiyul in church This habit fs nnquestlAralily a rce of heathenism vrlieni uuttilmal WIN sacrificed Some years ago when an old meeting house In Edinburgh urine uIlNl l down the soiuuliug hsaril space above the pulpit was found to bp filled with horses skulls In ttome parts of England there sjtU Bslsls the Idea that It a horses head is buried tau flcld there will bean echo Cornvrcd- Alothor Why have you taken nil ot the chairs out of the parlor deitn- iDaurhtcriecause George Li s fear fully bashful Im not processing att Now there Is nothing let hi th room but ti totcntoto and hes got to sit near me Detroit Free Press Her Failure Toss lie says you seem to dislike lulL aJessOli did he say that Then an my hlbbr amounts to nothing I tried to make him realize that my dislike was iuore tItan mere seeming CnthG lie Standard and Times Couldnt rnder tnnil It Do you know said the good man that you are on the downward path Thash queer the other answered trying to think I cant get af atfin aid up high thingsh nough to CUcato keep from tcetIIII I J To Cure a Cold in OneDay SacTwe I TIk Laxative Bromo QJiflineTaNsts A IJI J oa evry j Sevea Joa bces sold La pm Ioths ThiI V C 1tox25 t HOWESaLs Something New and entirely dfTcrect firm tb old style Marie in regular reading glasses and in near sighted and Jar sighted glasses combined Costno more than the old style uperior in evqry way Weiuarantee them and will promptly refunJ monfy Utbey fail to give perfect satisfaction It you have any eye trouble write usmentioning bis ptperand well tell you how tLget a pairof Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your rouble if its not incurable TJJ Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky Splendid Kiltn Captain IS megan author of The Nub as I Sun It gives this descrip tion of a bit of scenery near the head wateS of tile river of EgyptUA long slimy 1001 of putrefying reeds where foul flsh foregather and great pythons writhe and gorge themselves on4bldeous toads and slither long gleaming bands of gltl through labyrinths of green nnd purple spume where teUdI lirefllns drfnce great butterflies dragon flies glint and the sucksuck of swamp the roar of huge bellied frogs the cicadas scream merge in a sad minor key where In the ceaseless struggle between fruition and decay death wins A FlMhInsr Spider A peculiar spider that Is found In parts of South America principally In the vicinity of Buenos Ayres catches fish at contain seasons of the year Inn shallow part of the stream Ib weaves Iwtweeiv the stones a double sided or funnel shaped net into which running upon the water It drives little tad poles well known fishlike larvae of the frog The shriveled husks or skins of these creatures which lie strewn In great numbers ontthe spiders nest shoAv plainly that It thoroughly under tads Its business A PnineDI Driemira Senior Partner Whnt tna you look- Ing so gum oer Junior Partner Got a uotefrQin my wife that the pug Is lost Now IfI dont sympathize for her a whole lot she will iiy I am a cold blooded brute and If I do sympathize the will suspect that I tIred to tell the dog and am just oneI with her for a bluff IIuunpMrs IIlrrMrs June strikes me as being entirely too masculine for a woman Mrs Dlx Yes indeed Why every time she lias an ache or a pain she wnk srea much fuss about It as a man woiiltl SOUrrStomach ueInessgeneral debility sour risings Arid catarrh IndigestionKodol cry represents the natural Juices of digestion as they exist in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest Known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S of Rayenswood W Vs wyK forbtbryearsKodolKHoI D1i4s flMYee letBettkaonly 100 Size boiJte 2J times the WJ size which sells forSO cents Prfr 4 by L Oi DtWITT 00 CHrOAQO i OlubbthgList for 1906 t We ofTer below an attractive clulbing list which incuficS nearly jali the city papers and leading magazines All new cah subscribers and all who pay up and renew WIn be givenhe IEVS DEADER and any Of the papers below for one year t i Louisville Pest datly350tCouriet Journal daily 6 4QSJ i Times daly t 500 fLouisville Herald dailyVV 2 p 00 r f CourerJournal weekly 1 5P f v TtMOftl1ck Herald weekly 125t Homeand Farm sfll2ofrl Farmers Home Journal i t r Cincinnati Commerciall Tribnae rfv liJ Country Cincinnati Gentleman EnquirerfC ttv J 0For Breeders Gazettl vlv tviInterstate Poultryman ri 2Pii rOb 10 Farm r wyW c Independents ltv 8 50VV fThe Commoner J 6PJ bt Louis Globe Demccrati 1 li 4 St Nicholas f v850r The Delineator v 4 v 1 85 K Womaus Home Companion 1 60V ij f McClures Magazine l15fi HarpersMagazine Vifi 425 ry Harpers weekly 7 4 25 I Harpers Ba2ar a 42p lt American Agriculturist 105 t rs Specia1 rates given on many other publications net nentoEed above hIch will be made known on application i vt 1EL DAVISOf Jr f t- wsLEADERSpringfieJd Ky f D EZKm H1 N i The Springfield Meat Market Jjj Cox Moran Fresh Meats of a Fish and Oysters in e spniJ j J M f J ti J Jqt r M3in St SPR1NGFIELD KY i 1 ti a EE E u z 1ia r WHY NOT OWN A GOOD SEWING MACHINE When you can buy one en toe installment plan at r p Per Mouth 1 have first cUss new machines as well as second hand one which IVillsella fiom250 to 30 Also sewing machine suoptie- slieo 8 Taylor Bit G1t 1M HabIt Iddlges ion fd ranch of a habit Dont get thq babtt Take a littlev Kodo Dyspepsia Cure after eating ando will quit belchIng pulling palpitating and frotvnidg Kodol digebisuhat you car and makes the stomarh srceet Kodol is a thorough dJjfestant and will affoad relle aiElor- der due to aiperfect digestion or raalasiiellation of food Sold by nil rufgists n FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap Colonists Ratto 0 regprV ashingtoajf tX Ii Montana British ColumSiii tJ Nevada f UIQbI Wyomitg New Me lcgr i Ill t5Arizona Colorado and California loin 1 t e ROUND TRIP f i Home Seekers Exh rip 1to many points West r rirDrop postal cardforpiartcula i ft F W GREEN D 3ffAvt Wasbash It R L0l1f lir44 o iarXPMING f f ATENTS f f tDCR t COPYMS 4T C Anyoeseo41k kstcbmid Ih lijlllOIlUOtiinstricLiymi5dsiLiai out tree O5lt for at Ialcnu Uk t ceIlf ua pss fieeh5nkflhoatshargei t C dornc Jlmerlcai AhanlnmelyItWstd wiM1u4 c rculatlou oCnyulloJotrnt t Jenrrit lewDroeb j T r v DJ J M BURTON 4RKIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED tI WPFHOUT PAIN b4o up st fra SP IHGPIELD KY I AUvDtntal Work Strictlys PJtatclall JDr X H LAMPTON DR J C MUD D lATONIUgD Mjskiiij ad Simeons r sVrooroATTORNEY AT LAW F Oe 0T rPeoples Bnlr- SPRINGFIELD KY JB BQBtD M WEYiTI t P RIBABOS4HYATTskiiis Offic ov r McEli oy Shul Iz DR JH HOPPER f T EltSIClAI IJdSURGBOKI r FtiONES t Qffic Over 011k Hans Grocery I Rt Hii 71 in Yes I Can Fix Itbif itifixableatall Your watch T or jjewelry I mean Of course I cannot repair a watch that has J been through a stone crusher I but I can come hear it Our Repair Department it really wjrerb we shine best Itat knoledge ad skill to li s we do it I therefore A pspecal pride in doing re efrgrand wish you would give mean opportunity to thaw nfy skill Moderate prices in all cases JAMES J GRAVES Springfield Ky OR W F TRUSTY It J PRACTICAL t hH DENTISTOffice over Haydon BarberS P ntal work reasonable prices U work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY ot JOHN Y MAYS URi uiHtCTOR dOIlICElSm EMBALMER TELEFHN DAYaNIGHT 1 Rairoad Sched rr Following is the tiiu1eno w in effect on the Eardptbwn i nd Springfield branch raitroadi No 41 Leayes Louisville a 410 pm Bardstown Jundilony0 Ji02 p mV Bardstown 5f2pm rrlves af ISpriogneld 645 p m No 42Leaves Springtield at 530 irn Bardstown 617 am J Barde owfl Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am Np 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 030am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at 1240 gNo44pmBaraslfwnarrives at Louisville 545 pm NT90 Sundays only Leaves SprinKtield at 715 am Bards tiDwn 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 035 am II- INo9l Sundays only Leayes p Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bat stown 753 p mi arrives at Springfield 825 pm 4nBonds Carriaget 1 Repair Shop as All kinds wood work and f litoniI have for sale now one new hao mide buggy new hand made apr u wagon and a hood second baud spring wagon Ia I ill workHchi11for the jconej Ailworjr ttictjly cash- YVJTIONDt Sp inefield Ky L lull 1ii ITON1O p r LL ro qW Vttto8 tt H Local Happenings of Interest I The Freshest and Latest i 1 AIIAboutYourseir Friends 1 and Acquaintances M sets at Johnson M IIODiOn v j Freshkale alwa sf at Jplins jMcGabe it f I Threaded and boneless cod fis at McElroy Bros f eSeed potatoes at Johnson t McCabe Fresh salted peanuts at JOhn son McCabe I Fresh line of candies at John son McCabe r Rolled oats in bulk at Johnson McCabe f i tTry a box of oriole pancake flour at McE1roBrOS All kinds of lenten goods at Johnson McCabe Swcetpeas nasturtiums etc t Johnson McCabe Heinz mince meaTt and pre serves at McElroy BibSi FOR SALEA fresh milk cow Sgraywanted bacon shbulders anti hams at Johnson McCabe Seed potatoes and garden sued all kindsat T Irvine McBlroy Special prices on mackerel and whitefishat Johnson McCabe Heinz sweet and sour pickle bulk IQc a dozen at Johnson McCabe si C1iICOttOfl ught fore t eVan4 at p J- homa 1 Veal loaf hamberger steak lunch tongue tcnf ohnson McCabe Gardenseed ofi allknda bulk nd packages onion sets of allL kindsi at C W Hagains t For 10 days we will sell a regular 18c coffee for iSo per lb Johnson McCabe rThe7lest dOllar shirt in town and a nice tie free P J Thomas We have the Sweet Midget icl lesjl bulk McElroy Bros tIfju want niice country ims or shoulders jrriow that I ave them C WHagan The place to get pure Northern seed potatoes onion sets and garden seed is at PJ Thomas Justreceived new and fresh line l nice candy fruit and new vegetables at TIrvine McElroy To get that sweetnntty flavor possessed by no other cats try Pawnee at Johnson Mc CabejA full line of nice Pants Special prices Saturday and Mondy court day at P J tIbomasI j 7 cakes Fairy soap for 25c 7 cakes Sunny Monday 25c 7 cakes Labor Savingsoap 25c for lO days only atT Irvina McElroys i NOW is the time to turn loose our surpulus bacons it is worth more to day than it raay Jet morrow hams shoulders sides jowls are what I want Cash if preferd C W Hagan C Uncle JOB Eleryan old and theiValley b11rledJatjSt Why not bring yoUr produce and at aU times gjeti the Jest market pricefor it just think 25c per lb for butter the higestl arltet price for eggs cash if referedO W Hajari M J Fanning of Philadelphia the peat Irish orator is an oun ed to lecture tit the Coart House here on next Wednesday and evening Blis pic wall be temperance Bra emans cofIe has no equsfl an 186 piece of goods Bar rels after barrels are sold to hose who delightin speaking of s superiority over ther grades pt THOMAS Mr U G Scrogham of Wash ington county has bought of r Hugh Vanarsdall a house lot on East street for 110O atd will move to Harrodsbprg and engage in businessHar lodsburg Democrat TOpICS e3For 10 days only I will make a special in a No 1 country sorghum one that cant be beat a C W Bagan Potato season is here and my 1 supply is complete both in qual ity and prices I bought at the right time and it will pay youI to call and get my prices before buyirg C w Hagan Mr Jerry South brother of Mr Paul South who is well known here died at Phoenix Arizona last Friday of Consump- tiont Remains were brought to Jrankfort for burial Mr Sam Mudd has left at the NewsLeader office a copy of a Japanese newspaper which was sent to him by his nephew Al Mudd who is living at Seattle Washington The paper appears to beftfll of news but we have- been unable to find anyone to read it Judge B L Litsey has received a notice from the corn- mittee j on Relics for Home Cording Week in Louisville June 13th to 17th in which persons having relics of earlier days in Kentucky in their possession are- requested to furnish same for the exhibition of such curiosities which will be on display at the nesVArmory in Louisville Any Washington county people who desire to contribute to the exhibit are requested to leave theirre lics ateither one of the banks of Springfield The articles wil be well taken care of and return to their owner for Sale XI will offer for sale privately a lot pf household goods consisting of folding bed iron bed dresser washstand a combined book case and desk chairs cook ing stove and utensils a heater clock lamps rugs and other household articles These arti cles are almost new and in good condition They can be seen attt mv house onjGrundy Ave MRS EPFIE WELLSll Administrators Notice All persons having claims against the estate of Mary J Janes deceased are hereby notified to present same to me properly proven on or before II April 10 1906 for Settlement J E LINTON Admr of Mary J Janes Resolutions from Bank Officials At a meeting of the Board of D- Irectors of the First National Bank of Springfield on March 17 1900 the following proceedings were hadIIn the death of our colleague F M Campbell the Board is sensible of the very great loss it has sustained Serv Inn With us for years he has always been faithful in the discharge of his duties His conduct was ever charac terized iyl the greatest courtesy and forbearance He was patient and gave the Board in all matters the benefit of aclear judgment unclouded by passion and uninfluenced by bias His usefulness cannot be measured and his place will be hard to fill We lament our loss but bow submissively to the will of Clod We extend as surances of our sincerest and tenderJ est sympathies his children rela tires and friends The distinguishing feature of his career was his uniform gQodness of heart and kindness His ear was ever open tlJtlte call of dis tress and itcan be truthfully said of him that helived iwith malice toward none and charity for all He asff uniyersally beloved and wprthy of the affection so generously shown him by the people among whom his lot was cast and he is tenderly and as is natural laid to rest with tears and flowers c A patriotic liberal tolerant citi zen honest official faithful friend j affectionate indulgent father hasr gone to a better world and happier existence He leaves his children that best of all legacies a spotless name and the example of a chrutiah life Grieved as we are it is a pleas ute to have the privilege of bearing this testimony to his noble life and great personal worth Jt is ordered that these proceed lags be spread at large upon ourfrecords and that the local papers beIrequested to publish same and that a copy thereof be furnished the family of our colleague B L LITSEY President- JOHN W LEWIS Secretary p FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily Always goad always fresh We have a new Baker who is an artist at caking good things 5x Loaves of Bread for 25c t HerlBeni Confectionery FEFCNAL iJ J McCabe was in Louisville last week LouisCSivill Friday IMr Cocrad Hertlein was in Louisville Saturday I Miss Josephen QConneh re turned to Louisville yesterday MrT W Simms is visiting her mother who is ill at Lebanon Junction MrHM Grundy and Miss Mary Lee Simins luve returned from Cincinnati MrsH D Rodman of Louis ville is visiting her sister Mrs L H ThurmanfMr was at home Sunday and returned to West Point Monday Miss Jennie Redding spent Saturday and Sunday with tel atives at Lebanon Mr Will Wharton of Louis ville spent Saturday and Sun day with his parents Miss Florence Edelen went to Louisville Tuesday morning to be gone for a few days Mrs U B Phillips of Lebanon is a guest of Mrs J B RoBards lora few days Miss Elizabeth Leachman has returned from Lebanon where she visited Mrs J B Hill Mess Will T Leac man and J Scott McCabe were in Louis vile the fir t of the week Mr IN Buster of BurginI visited tissister Mrs JB1Ro Bards the first ofthe week Mr and Mrs Caruthers of- T Bardstown attended the funeral of Mr Campbell here Sunday 11Messr3Hagan spent Sunday with Dr Walter Grigsby m Bardstownis t jMr George Medley hus re j turned to Owensboro after spendlllu ing a week with his family here Miss Bellebaum has returneda to Louisville after spending several weeks with her brother here t Mr and Mrs W K Marks were in Loulsyilre the first of the week visiting their soo Robert 4Jt f Mr George M irtio 9f Prince In Ttonthe bed sideCt his cousin thetl latcF M Caoipbell MrT B Pralheiy of Hills Jborobusiness i elativetcftUa settling of his fathers se atj of Dr t1 W Hyatt was at Wil lisburg Tuesday to see ilis bro hersa Dr WW Hyatt who WdSSlCkUI but is improving now Misses Eva and Mildred Bailey- shave returned to their rhome in aIMercer county after pleasani visit with Mrs J B Pettuw InMrJ dia McElroy left Tuesday for a IcthreeIndian Territory and Texasp InMring his furniture and household at toeffectsto have his hotel there open forg1 business bj next weekgJHon W D Claybropke after ol spending a few days at home re 2s turned to Frankfort yesterday to 4 resume his arduous labors at the special sessionof theLegislature ten Miss Sadie Mayes entertained at dinner Tusday evening in of honor lSf Miss Mary Field- Thdiv1T6were present were toMisspsi Chord Betlie Irvine and Lucy Selecman tee Mr John T Craycroft OfHf Chicago came Monday night and will rennin here sometime He Jaontemplateon Virginia Avenue and remov ing his family from Uhioago to tnesideThe OrIkilalthFoley Co Chicago originated him Honey Sand Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the threat merit and popularity of Eoley n- and Tar many imitations are offered His yoorHoney and Tar and refuse any subw stitute offerea as no other preparationcr will Jive the sane satisfaction Itamildly laxative It contains no opiates His sandi soersonsthDrugif For Sale White PlymouthRock Cocker a els Fishel strain 100 each Full grown vigorous birds orMrs5pr for Sale Duroc Jersey pigs males weighing about 80 lbs eligible the to registerIcu R A McE ROY w w 1 4 I t jISowi Y tWhy Not Let Us Furnish You With Seeds for SowingI v We have the best Northern White Oats Red Top Blue Grass and Timothy Tro We are county agents for the Chatanooga Plow tnone better Our customers who have used4this tplow will recommend iitS SNice Line of BuggiesS Wear fully prepared this season to shoV something that willplease in Buggies All we ask is that you call andexamine our Buggies before buy elsewhere We will suit you both in price and ttiJ1g G D ROBERTSON CO 44 cXICOFFEEHOUSES ie First of Them Tmt Were Opened In Old RnlfllOur ancestors could little Iinagjiio at their lescendants would Ue re qeed to the necessity of sending to the East and West Indies for the ma for a comfortable breakfast It observed that while Nathaniel Cono plus n CrettfTi liaron continued in Ballol college lu Oxford which he left leys he made the drink for his own mid called coffee aud usually drank It every morning being the first coffees the ancients of that house formed him that was ever drunk in Oxon In the year 10T we learn Jacob opened a cpffcy house at the Angel in the larlslrof St Peter In the east Oion and there It was by some who delighted in novelties drunk In 1054 Cinques Tobsou a hebrew and Jac Lora near Mount LIbanus sold ooy in Oxon fi11l lu 1C33 Arttl Till yard apothecary xold coffey publIcly Ills boise agaiist All Souls Coll his coffey house continued till his njestyt s iptuni and after and then ey became more frequent and had n uIRt Mt on coffey The author of tile New View of London 70S found It recorded that oiie ame Farr a barber who kept the coffee house which Is now the llain how by the Inner Temple gate one t the first In England was iii the year IG7T presented by the Inquest of St Dunstans in the westJor making anti a eort of liquor called coffee as ght nuisance and prejudice of the- cIgborlioott And who could then have thought London would ever have had near3000fluchnulsanccsnudllint coffee would have been as now 170S o much drunk by the best of quality and physicians- In the Kingdoms Intelligencer a eekly piper published by authority 1002 are Inserted Tour advertise eats the last of which is as follows At the coffee house In Exchange al y Is sold by retail he right coffee powder from 4 shillings toGs 8d per ound as In goodness that pounded a mortar at 2 shillings per pound also that termed the East India berry 18 pence per pound and that rxncd the right Turkic berry well arbled at 3 shillings per pound the uugarhled for less with directions ratis how to make and use the same Likewise there IOU may hnvjj choc ate the ordinary pound boxes at Od per pound the perfumed from shillings to 10 shillings per pound also sherbets made In Turkic of lemons roses and violets perfumed and 9r chocolate according to its good ness for all of which If any gentleman shall write or scud they shall bo sure the best as they shall order and to avoid deceit Warranted under the house sealviz Morat the Great etc Further all geqtleuioi that are cus mers pod acquaintances are the next New Years day Invited at the sign of the Great Turk at the new cof Louse in Exchange alley where coffee will be free of costNew York erald SJnpanCe Ilnrd to Slinve Its a hard piece of work to slinvo a panese said a New York barber who had Just ijulshcd shaving one That man hasnt more than a couple dozen hairs on his face hud yet it- kes me longer to shave him thau any other man who conies Into this shop You see ho went on the Japs have such curious hair that I have to prac cally take each oaie separately or ere will be trouble not only with but with my razors You tin go against the grain with the average man and not bother him a bit but if u try It on a Jap thdres trouble hair is like so much wire unless u handle It Just right The easiest mail to shave In the- orldand Ive worked In almost ev y country where a barber can get showis a pure blooded African skin Is like a beautiful piece of tin and his hair Is so fine and ft that it is a pleasure to have any ing to do with It Curiously enough you cross an African with any other race there Is trouble for us at once that is so far as shaving Is concerned But for n nice hard Job spare mo from Japanese New York Tress Too Bun y Extreme busyness whether at school at college kirk or market Isn symptom of deficient vitality and a faculty for idleness implies a catholic appetite and a strong sense of personal Identity Thoro ls a sort of dead alive hackneyed people about who are scarcely conscious of living except In exercise of some conventional OcI patiou Bring those follows Into your country or sit tjiom objard shin aJ j aln tIit J1aultheir desk or study They have no r curiosity they cannot give themselves over to random provocations they do not take pleasure In the exercise of their faculties for Its own sake and unless necessity lays abouttliem with a stick they will even stand still It is no good speaking to such folk They cannot be Idle their natiire Is not gen erous chough and they pns those hours In a sort of coma which are not dedicated to furious moiling In the gold mill Stevenson 5INarrow Encnpex Two tales of narrow escapes at Luck now during the Indian mutiny from an English publication Colonell May told ninny thrilling Incidents of the sicgc which brought the scene more vividly before pup He pointed tout a wall against which he told me he wits sitting one day when suddenly a round shot struck the wall between his legs This however is not to be compared with the escape of a trooper In there hot force who had his saddle destroyed under him by ri blind shell which passed between his thigh and the horses back lie Uunuclf and his hoSe remaining uninjured CLOSING PEKINGS GATES Noisy Ceremony Performed Dally at- the Chinese Capital J The closing of the gates fu Peking just because It goes on dally and may apparently go on dally for centuries to come is probably one of the sights least witnessed and talked of save by those foreigners who may have chanc ed to run for it near closing time The daily performance Is marked a due cbreinony which Is quaint WJthII full of interest to tjie Intelligent looker us the closing by fio means signifies the mere bning1ngtgcthier of the heavy wooden doors and barring tcomerst At the appointed hour a preliminary signal Is given blarge gong or lrollII shield being struckw1th a big Iron 1almostpasted In precisely the same fashion three times When the third and last cycle of gong strokes 1s entered on a number qf old arid at this season very much bcwaddeiL anti muffled up old Charlies start a series of discordant yells to all antl sundry to hasten or they will be shut out This combina tion of signals Is followed by a Jos tling stream of people In both tHree tions Presently the rush sltfckens unll only a solitary pedestrian or pbsslbly a man on a donkey full tilt 1 belated rickshaw or a heavily laden cart strug gles through run a movement Is made with the gates yelling bursts out afresh and another rush ensues the gates being meanwhilehalf closed and occasionally opened a little way again until the outgoers having uiean while ceased there Is a final scrimmage to get into thur city and the process of closing which has taken some knit hour In allls concluded The huge Iron plated doors having clanged to a monster Iron pole Is drag ged up and placed across them on iron supports being retained in position by 1 a padlock of enormous proportions and ot the well known Chinese type There are In all nineteen gates and tlje same ceremony Is observed at each but at such thoroughfares as the nata men there Is naturally more traffic and the process Is probably proportion ately longer Peking Times POINTED PARAGRAPHS t dJISome men dont Care how dull busl ness Is If It is equally bad with thelr rivals About the third time some people g show you a kindness you find they want to sell you something Patience Is that which you have to have with others but which no one Is called upon to have with you n Society Is a good deal like our rIchh kiuwc are mighty nice to Its but maHp fun of It behind Its back Some people are like a worthless team of horses always have to beli 4tuphill lJTfltraveledto rich which is seldom and living over it It n sometimes happens that deferb eucojs shoAVu a man not Inre ognlh tibntof his greatness but because heIt will be cranky of It Isnt Atchison Globe roLEnIlODYwSJD f j44ar cdl4rerI6srt9 JS e =L = r iiiF 1 csc SSS9I Ji1tIi Pure Druis i 0 ILand t Medicines l of all IdmU fo to t1 IIjt tThe Red Cross Drug Stole V i SMOCK HAl DO Proprietors J 4 t t 1 I 4 1Also headquarters fcr Paints Oils Varnisliis I I 4 L4ouRProCESARERIGHr 7 r OOGOGOA Showing ot Ladies White Wistr and Muslin- Underwearr have just r our Spring fVom can depend and liONii is none better than Eagle Brand of Underwear and Q 1QandderwEar and they are put togethr rigbt nd plKH re g i imetphar the p ices are attractive 8181NEW KIMONAS WRAPPERS AND i DRESSINGSACKSp i I I We are showiiifrtben Spring Modin W Hand Flexibone Corsets Thee two Ixud Of91 Corsets have no superio We have them for tdium slender or stoutt figure and extraii Atlc to see the new styles 110 7 Just rec iVedva nice assortmentof ladies Spring siifar Call and let us shjv you 1 g 81gROBERTSON BRO3 OOOOO 00600000o6 600000 j0- i i The First National Bank I SPRING FI KY Capital S30OQQ bJ i Surplus IUd Undivided Prirfils 2OOOi I j jff OFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VIC priltiiV J I 1A McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R B Foster BookKeeper t IRECTORSB L Lltaey J W Lewis SidneyGfeen FMCap rbell R HaEdelen H M Grnriay John QPolU V 1 J We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Yarbiisl J respectfully solicited j L I seSSWS sutRIltinu i rMARKS GREEN 1Theod Reliable Manufacturers and Dealers In all klids fS1 LMBER lLAThS SHINGLES i DOORS BLINDS ISASH 9 We handle the celebrated Mixed Gabriel Coall i ctrbe BKtt y r +flj A We are sole agents for fii ACME CEMTENJ PLASTER The Best on Earth Prices Right Office and Yards jjpctor and Railroad Streets r SprliJft L LI4x344 I 4 Axold headache It Is gcuerUltuought that people suffer from headaches owIng to indl cstlon or some simflar cause but they often proceed from a totally different Bourcefatlgue of tlie muscles of the necjc People rarely exercise these inns cle4 unless compelled to hence they rci eak ami easily fatigued hut lvn a little work regularly pinny a eaIathe might be avoldcdi The best vajr to exeicise them is to stand Aviffi the shoulders against a wall keeping the oily motionless Then move the eitd backward and forward then first- tobUD side then to the other simply y the potion of the muscles of the neqk The muscles will feel stiff a- trt but exercise two or uricegjlpufes 4ny and that feeling wl fhe end gained Is well le and tile exerelse also gtt a Ia n btternoTse1ntL iT k tepialea alt1 Tbe4e fritIi Thcro is the greatest dlfferwwf be twfccn pfcwmins an opinion to fce true + e + Ittrt f 1I We ceived i stock of these the East on make shape the LD e 7 =z r and assuming Its truth frsof not p rmlttlii tt etfBiirtto O plcte U1a1Y CI eoeret a t proving our Op1nII J tile very e tion which jJ5j5S taMMMfai Wa truth tex purpose o aet1s fJ other terms 8ii It bctef wMfc faculties have jay ratkMMU saUSU4 of being rIglit4 S Mht If me nock Mui4fr 1611 Mt itet hte ewe Sock i r jiij aM tmttrSalted ivi- Natloaal Ii M St Itelements tbet mjiOPW sud iitlcularly with swes dr4Ug rIItoperates te ttault th avi ittii end dlrectlyJJ M4li tMt In tbeasslautkm ot foet 1tu aN tedierW up IIeII stodiereoeso r illa 7emi Net t 1JaUJeb1Uat tht ivw pIG fseed r the beaes e at but iprtnaftU yh IrWInCEYGRQASdsPrR I Pn1PtC J i2TTiT iiTTVEGETABLE SICILIAN HalrRenewe Why not stop this fillinr of your hair At this rlt youj will soon fee without any hair Just remember that Halls Hair Renewer r j11m hair and makes hair royJf L Tffi Tfcari0 NEWS MOTES t David E Sherrlck former t Aiiitor of Indiana was jester iaj fond guilty of embezzlement Jilt Sherrick was tried oi dictBeDts charging him wi h Muiii He of 127000 belonging to itbi State He resigned on the dewand of tbe Gov evnpr and be motley has since been paid back into the State treasury f tKcpresontatiyes of the Chicago I Clearing house Committee IIwbkb his charge of the affairs orJohnR Walsh helda confere cwlth raijraad offi ids in- 1fewYork relative to the sale of the Walsh roads but no agreement was reached =The Democratic Committee t of the First Con gressipnal Distrio yeiterdavecidet to liod a priajifrY June 8 at which unless some other candidate ap pears in the meantime Oil ie James will bevdeclared the nominee for re electiph Dr C Cann veteritarv Tsjrg 1 Louisvillehas recently i sold a handsome pair ofII Cobs t Mr CE Clageett of thisoity for 1200 This team of geldings is believe to be about the bansomest sold in this State for some years and they have proven toYbe prize winners one of them having won first pr 9 at 1t the Worlds Fair at St Louis ir and the other won the Henning cup at the Shelby villa Fair last year Both of thee geldings sized by the well known sh w b tseI Olenbrook now in the hands of1 Allen S Edelen Bur iginFarmers Home Journal a Jf i Incantloa Critic L11Jnost the last work that Sir EdwIn 4Lidsecr was engaged on was a Jifo Blzed picture of Nell Gwynn passing through an archway on a white palfrey r This picture In which the horse diane was finished was bought by one of the i Jlotbschlld family and given to Sir John Mlllals to complete One morn ing a celebrated art crltip called and- was much Impressed with this work Ah to be sure he said going up close and examining a deerhound which almost breathed In the fore g ound of the picture How easily one can trecognize Landseers dogs Wonderful Isnt Iti YeTTlt Is won rerfuIr marked Sir John lighting au Y other nltiiv I finished painting that 4dog yesterday and have done the whole A Of It myself That critic was sorry he spoke Another Ren onr Aunt Emeline Is the best loved wom ail in Saymputb for her charltyls alike JIot hand and hearts Like mauy other exccllcut persons Aunt Emellne Is not a church member but she Is n regular attendant at the village church which Is so near her cottage as to seem un- dIer the same roof When at the close ofa recent sermon the minister re quested nil those present who had nev er united with the church to retire at the end of service everybody was sur prised to see Aunt Emellne rise and start down the aisle Aunt Emellne the minister called softly that does npj apply to your That Isnt why Im going Aunt Emellne responded serenely I smell UpYOUtbscOni1pnnlon Oily The oily character of the menhaden is familiar It is caught for its oil which Is tried out in factories Men haden fishermen use purse nets which are tarred to preserve theta To keep their hands from sticking to the tarred nets they rub on them a freshly caught menhaden handling It somewhat as p they would a cake of soap So oily Is the menhaden that the simple pressure thus applied is enough to brlni through the scales oil sufficient for the purpose IPee41nThekWe have heard It said that lucks will neither grow fatten nor hits well elrIless they lire somewhat stinted In t fooL Ttocy slioul never have more tlan Is rciieaten up Xo fowl of any kiad should be overfed when a Sgood egg product to desired JCo fowl ATlll grow fist or fatten that Is J cd But jro er fceJIug for egguuderI Jiro per feeding far brotluclug weight are ttwo different c GenteinauI j It UHersCOUritryj 5j heCeler Sign For A pronounced and oflholJkiri of the ears and at the bare parts covered by the tall Is usually considered to be an Indication that the r cow In question yields a rich milk and this opinion Is certainly based upon practical observation Breeders of J chapncl Islands cattle lay a great deal V of tress upan the skin of the parts named being colored a deep yellow and Httach much importance to It Care of the Fonl foal should not be allowed to run w th its dam while the latter Is at lAvorlc but should remain In a roomy well lighted box stall and be taught to tltPA mlxed with a little bran wa biig within reach i 9 The Paitr- er Horses will not thrive In pastures where 4e water supply Is limited to tajpiRnt muddy pools no matter how mifeudaut the feedand how good the 0 4uaftty of the grasses Il Experience Tcaehiei- a The prbgrissice farmerIthe one wbo is WUlhlto mnkp allures and- JiJnCtvcrJ ncef I j THE WEIGHT OF GOLD HOW MUCH OFTHE PRECIOUS METAL CAN A MAN CARRY Strange Fallacle of Maay of the Fa neac Writer Odd Error About the MsBdliaff of Cola That Are Perpe trated la Work ojt Fiction One of the peculiarities of civilization is that by the use of hew methods we lose sight of well knowp facts that were once as familiar In mens minds Us household words Money Is now represented universally by bank notes and checks but the majority of living CalIfornIans remember the days before the resumption of specie payment when legal tender was not cur rent money on the Pacific slope and nothing went save gold eagles double eagles and half eagles When the Bank of California opened its doors of a morning there was always the sight of the officials bringing trays of gold coin from the safe to tables in the rear of the counter Each tray held 10000 and the weight of the gold was thirty one pounds four ounces Sometimes an official would carry two trays and there were strong clerks who could carry three trays but on thjelr heads not In their arms Coilfornltins therefore are exceptions to the curious fact that the world at large has begun to confound gold and money and this confusion of ideas comes out curiously iu modern fiction Writers either make men unable t6 carry large sums of gold or they make them carry enor mous amounts as If gold weighed no more than greenbacks- A conspicuous error ot this kind will be found in Marion Crawfords story The Heart of Rome where two workmen propose to blackmail a Ro man princess They demand 100000 lire about 20000 which she Is to bring In her carriage and deliver to two men who will be walking steadily along the Apploh way and who will wear certain sign giving things supple mentary to the usual best clothes jjof Roman artisans Crawford makes the curious reflection that these men did not know the weight of gold coin Und did not realize the Impossibility of their carrying off their respective shares in their pockets Yet each man would have had to carry thirty one pounds four ounces and this could have been done with ease Now this Iis only a reflection and docs not lu tbe least mar the story which Is unusually Interesting even for Mftrion Crawford But tar other Is tMe 0en with Balzacs Le Cure du Vnl gliere the whole plot hinges uploirthe supposed weight of 100000 francs In gold fliIs would be only slxtjtwo pounds eight ounces yet Bal zacjlmaglned thata stroug young man required assistance to carry It In foUl trips to the riveti about a mile dis tance where he Ilid it close to n small wooded island In the center qf th stream It Is quite possible that the hardy miners who go to the Klondike do not rend either Balzac or Marion Craw ford but If they did they would be as I tonlshed at the curious ignorance dis played We may take It for granted that the weight Of gold and provisions carried by the most successful miucrr ranges from 70 ib 100 pounds avoirdu pois We know from Gibbons de scription of the Roman soldier that each man carried In addition to his defensive armor and his sword and piluui or pike sixty pounds weight ol various thljigs needed for the fortifi cation of the temporary camp at the end of the days march This was six teen miles but when the Theban le giou composed entirely of Christians were sent from Egypt to refhforce the army of Maximlan the colleague of DIacletlan in his campaign against the revolted peasants of France they made a double march of thirtytwo miles to avoid burning incense before the figure of Victory located In front of the enjperors tent Next day they were all massacred Their exploit however which is historical show clearly that sixty pounds is not an In cumbrance to an active man and can be carried for a long timerThe blunder of Balzac Is the more inexcusable because his story was written as a sort of challenge to the fantastic beaded by diaries Nodler and the romantics under the leadership of Victor Hugo md Theophile Gnu thler Let us now examine the other side of the question the writers who have made men carry Insupportable loads of gold In the first rank of these is Prescott in his History of the Con quest of Mexico in biB splendid description of the nbche triste when the Spaniards besieged In the palace ot Axayacatl endeavored to escape Their quarters were upon the broad boule vard that ran from the northeast to the southwest dividing the city of Tefiochtltlan from the other quarters of Mexico viz the city of the priests the City of Mexico Tenuchea the and bazaar of Tlatilolco and the two quarters inhabited by the serfs Close to the palace of Axayacatl was the great canal whlch cut the boulevard exactly at that point This was brldg ed ordinarily tyliuge beams that wen squared so as to fit evenly which they must have done for the Spanish cay airy and artillery crossed other bridges of the same description The Mexicans had removed the beams and Cortet ordered his carpenters to make Uporta tile bridgesBefore the Spaniard started the roal treasurer displayed the gold and emeralds of the emperor fifth anti bade the sohliers take what they would Old Berpal Diaz relate that he took beautiful emerald which annoyed thq treasurer very much ouo Ilr criedt take sold Wi can manage kive the einerald fOo to tltutiddrr said stout old Cap tain Dma Aud be marched ort au v Favid his life and afterward sold the emu raid fdr a big sum when the con quust was achieved But as he relates and as Prescott writes there was a tniu who actudlly took 3000 ounces weighing 187 sounds 8 ounces and carried It through the terrible burly burly of the sorrowful night and then the next day said to Corts General iwhtit shall Idalth this gold I cun not Curry iIt any turthcrltng It to this devil said Cones If you like you may getmort gold but if you love 3our 110 yon will not get anothcr one So hethTrcw It down and marched with the resPfroni Tlucopau uow Tacuba jail around theJlketo the friendly fflfscalaus il is certain that the man ronW ssI J rWe TeviTrea Bt lnypnilfiM the blood Cerate tIJ KJa enmUtN F icicu uov loan iiijiasa l ounces weighing i2 pounds 8 ounces through the stress and storm of that nights fighting The old captain wrote his book long afterward but his mind was clear and his memory excellent and the fault must have been with the proofreaders who have always made mistakes But that does not In the least exonerate Prescott who ought to have known that the thing WAS Incred ible The most extraordinary error of this kind ever made is to be found in Stingaree stories of Pearsons Mag 1the There the statement is made that a man carried 30000 In gold a little trifle of nearly 150 000 weighing 408 pounds 12 ounces and that for a long distance Includ- Ing a railroad trip It Is obvious that with this writer the confusion of ideas between gold and bank notes Was complete One of the rouse 0quencesof fiction magazines is that the quality Is deteriorating rapidly especially In English periodicals What Is more certain subjects supposed to be Inter esting art attempted by men who know nothing of the wild life of arid regions tad their Imagination cannot take them out of the environment of their dally life In congested cities Edward Garczynskl In Washington Post THE TOUCAN Qneer South American Bird With Extremely Large Dill aaIA queer kind is the toucan It to have been made expressly to banRnaShapelllbeak two inches In width entirely out proportion to its comparatively s ofI body This beak is the most possession of the toUcan being orange and black scarlet and yellow or green and red according to the species of the bird Its home Is in the wild South American woods where mingled with the otbIcrnous cry Tucano tucIU1ofrolU which its name is probably derived It Is si fruit eater and climbing among the branches it gathers Its food with Its long beak whose strength no stem can resist The toucan nests In trees and It Is uncertain whether t excavates Its bur row or builds in a naturalr cavity Nothing more comical can be Imagined than the head of this creature with its sparkling eyes and enormous gayly colored beak appearing from n hollow in the trunk of some forest monarch It Is said that the young birds are sub- Ject to the attacks Of monkeys aiid birds of prey and that when the parent bird Is alarmed all she liar to do Is to poke her head out of the aperture leading to the nest The assailant seeing so huge a bill fancies an animal of corresponding size bchlndi It and leaves without bowing or saying tare well Toucans are sociable birds and go in large flocks They make common cause agalns their enemies such as owls and falcons which they surround and mob as the rooks do in England Having thus no need for protection they are noisy and clamorous like parrots md monkeys The plumage is generally black but the throat Is white tinged with yellow arid commonly edged beneath with red The tall is nearlyl square or moderately rounded with the upper feathers rOd and the lower scarlet Alternations of the brighter colors are displayed In the feathers of the throat the breast and the tall the bird Is kept easily In confinement Sonic of Its brilliant tints very fleeting and they often leave arcI tie or no trace after death so that LIe Idea of Its beauty can be from a stuffed specimen Origin of Hob 6n Choice The familiar proverb originated with Thomas Hobsou n famous carrier of Cambridge who was born about 1541 and Hyed to his eightyfifth year He traveled regularly for n long period between his home In the university town and the Bull Blshopsgate carrying passengers as well as packages It Is said that he was the first person In England who let horses for hire and It was out of the regularity of his mode of dealing with the animals that the proverbial remark arose Every horse was sent out In Its turn and If from any cause a custom objected or wish ed a change made old Hobsou would curtly decide This or none hence the saying Hobsons choice this or none By steady attention to business the Cambridge carrier became rich and among other glftshe Is known to have made was time site for the Spinning liouse used by thq university authori ties for the Incarceration of disreputa ble women During the plague Hob vms Journeys between Cambridge and iheI metropolls were stopped tuid his death came soon after on Jan 1C30 Milton honored him by writing two epitaphs quaintly noting In one that death would never have hit him hail he continued dodging It backward and forward between Cambridge and tliel BulL The Name of the Vatican The Mons Vatlcanus Is sometimes said to have received Us name from vatlclnlum an oracle or prophecy for tradition says that Numa chose the Vatican hill its a sacred place from which to declare to the people the mes sages he received from time gods IIt is not however one of the seven hills on which ancient Rome was built but forms a part of the ridge beginning with the Jaulculus and ending with Monte Mario all of which was outside the ancient limits of the city In our day the name is applied only to the immense pontifical palace adjaccyt toI and connected with the basilica of St j Peters constantinople Constantinople called by the Turks Stamboul or Istamboul was originally tbe ancient city of Byzantium In 330 B C thQ Emperor Constantine made It the capital of the Roman empire and called It after his own name The city lies on on arm of the sea called the Golden Horn aud Is protected by a great wall built by the Byzantine em pctorstt five to- clnyI guess It would surprise her If I should tell her I was tbi same age Miss PepcryOhi no she Tcuowsthat of course Miss Passay rfLIam WcUt3 live Miss PepperyrXb that you were A cound disrretlonIs not so much In ilicatcd by never making a mistake as liv never repeatingit Bovce J Ilucrevirtue tliatIutimqcy among good men is called friendship becomes action wuu It subsists among the un priflclpledSaUut AmSTOBICTBAGEDY EXEOUTION OF JOSEPH tESURQUES ITS SAD SE JEL IArDThe Fnmotm Legal Blunder That Oc curred In France Upon IVltlcU Warn Founded the Popular Melodrama The Lyons Mall tragedy of the execution of Jo IThe Lesurques an Innocent mans by the legal machinery of France in the eighteenth century Is an incident re- Plete with pathetic phases Although Lesurques was executed as far back as 1790 though hs innocence hisIily had tried for over half a century to have his memory Judicially rehabilitat ed definitely refused in 1859 to per form this last remaining Oct of Justice The pedantry of French law forbade the questioning of a jurjs verdict by any one save the person directly In terested But though the law has taU cd to remove the stigma on the name lot an innocent man literature and the drama have made him a popular hero The Lyons Iann which his honor Is too roughly vindicated has been one of the most popular of all French melodramas and the combined genius of Charles Reade and of lIen ry Irving made It one of the great sue cesses of the modern English stage Poor Lesurques who when he per ished on the scaffold was but thirty three years of age was a good bus band a good father and a good citizen He married In liDO Mile Campion a lady of respectable family in Douai and possessed of a handsome dowry Their children therefore Were very young and It web in order to give them the benefit of a superior educe tion that he relinquished a public ap pointment at Doual and came to Paris there to live on his own private for tune which amounted to about 7J500 francs a year lie had but Just arriv ed In tbecapltal and was superintend ing the furnIshIng of his uew borne when the thunderbolt fell On April 27 17PO the mall coach between Lyons and Paris was attacked and plundered and the postilion and courier were murdered There were no witnesses to the crime but It was re ported that a party of horsemen had been seen in the vicinity at about thie time it was committed These horsemen hud taken dinner at an Inn at Moiitgerou One olf Lesurques friends named jhenot was arrested on sus picion find his private papers were seized There was no evidence to hold him on except that he answered the description of one of the supposed murderers and he was dismissed Next day he was told to call for Dis papers at the central bureau He was ac companied thither by Lesurques an net of madness on the partcf the lat ter had he been guilty It happened that just at that time the Judge was taking the depositions of witnesses who lived in the neighbor hood of the scene of the murder Among these were two maidservants of Moritgeron who uttered simultane ous screams at the appearance of the two friends They were put Into the witness box and swore positively that two of the horsemen were present In the audience When confronted with Lesurques and Guenot they positively Identified them Both were arrested and thrown Into prison At the trial four other witnesses corroborated tlieir testimony with equal emphasis as regarded Jesurques but were doubtful about Guenot The latter succeeded In establishing a satisfactory alibi and was released The formers attempted illbi seemed to break down badly vhpu dajbook of the Jeweler La grand to whom he swore he had sold a bill of goods on the very day of the murder was produced In court and the1 date of the charge was found to have beenaltered In vain the Jeweler protested that the first date was a mistake which he had Imihediutcly corrected and he and all the other witnesses for Lesurques were looked upon as self convicted perjurers Lesurques was found guilty and executed together with one of the real murderers named Courrlol who on mounting the scaffld confessed his own guilt but declared the innocence of Lesurques Doubts began to arise as to the Justice of Lesurques semi tence and finally It was discovered that he hind suffered through extraordi nary rasemblance to one Dubose real criminal who was brought to Jus tlce in 1801 convicted and executed This deplorable case had most de plorable sequels The unhappy Mine Lesurqucs went mad tin hearing time news of her husbands condemnation The children were as yet too young to understand their trouble but as they grOw up one thought alone possessed themtbntot vindicating their dead father It Is easy to understand how oneIdaughter to the madhouse In which her mother hail been confined It is curious that one of the witness es against Lesurques the woman Al troy also went Insane from grief ami remorse at her error Still another victim was another daughter of Le surques who worp oqt by the fruitless struggle with the pedantry of the French laws drowned herself In the Seine Ills son left France took service In thp Itusslan army and courted rclfll1rcluesfiscated hs ufiliappv family were more successful In 182ifJnst twentjvolght years after their fathcrs death they obtained a fcrant of 244000 francs supplemental In 1835 by another grant of 252000 francs London Public Opin ion Called the Ulnft Mrs XYes tried tto make my husband economize In smoking so I told hiin If he over smoked I would ncV er speak to him again Mrs YWhut was the result Mrs X5Hls cigar JIIwas doubled next month jeaant JOD uOb George Im so glad youve tome excTi lined the sweet girltapa her is so excited and disturbed Do go lli and cujm him Very well replied Mr Lovett vvhattf thefmatter with him Vhyer I just told him you want ed to marry me Philadelphia Press A Mean Trick What do you Qoto make talk WhCllI you call on a new ginh Ii usually start by telliu a joke fj But the rest of thecvenlug That can ba filled up ia explaining Ithe Joke Louisville CourierJournal IForesec misfortunes that thou mayest strive to prevent them but whenever they happen bear them with magna nimity Zoroaster t J L The SPORTING WORLD Schick Going to Athena W A Schick the noted rtarvard nmner has been made a member ot the American team that will compete in the Olympic games In Athens Schick will run In the 100 and 400 meter events The other members of the American team are as follows Meters7a It Cjuerroure New Or leans Y M C A Archie Hahn Milwaukee A C W DEatlni Cambridge port gymnasium Meters Harry L Hlllman New York A cMeters H V Valentine New York A C Meters Jamps P Sullivan and G V Bonhag Irish AA C Marathon RnceJ J Forshaw JaIls sourl A C St Louis J Fowler Cam w A BCHICK brldg part gymnasium and WO Frank Irish A A C Hurdles Meters Hugo Friend Chi cago A A and R G Leavltt Wlllfama college Five Mile flunG V Bonhag Irish A A Stone Throwing and Discus Richard Sheldon and James S Mitchell New York AC Standing Broad JumpRay Ewry New York A Running Broad Jump Hugo Friend Chicago A A and M Prinstein Irish A A C Running Hop Step and Jump M Prin stein Irish A A Ci Sitflmrnlng C M Daniels and J W Spencer New York A C Marquand Schwartz Misspurl A C H A Blrna mann Chicago A A High JumpII W Kerrigan Multno mah A A Ct Portland Ore Pole VauitFB Glover Chic bA A New Jersey Deer The New Jersey deer which have en joyed their repdom so long have been branded a nuisance by the farmers In many parts of the state who are trying to have the legislature place them un der he ban again fhe farmers not only fear for their crops but are appre hensive for their own safety and feel that It Is about time to call a halt The old shying Give him an In and hell take a yard is applicable to the New Jersey situation and the ru ral residents are really beginning to fear that they will soon be crowded out As a matter of fict the deer have apparently realized their legal freedom and have taken time state by storm With such a Iaw In existence the sportsmen will also be confronted with a situation as tar away India real deer shooting as Peking is from Chicago It wont be a case of going out on a long hunt for a big buck Tim gunner must fit himself for another kind nf cam paign for the animals have become so tame that they do not know when to run The trouble between the farmers and the deer Is best told by the farmers When they cant make fences too high for them to jump and when they block time roadway on n dark night and butt the pedestrian who may happen along or stop a railroad train by blockading the tracks the furthers feel that it Is about time to do something l Eautcrnjlnee Date The eastern racing season of 1900 will cover a period of 228 days begin nlng at the Washington track on March 20 and closing at the same place on Dec 1 At tim meeting of the Jockey club stewards the dates were apportioned practically the same as a year ago so far as the tracks In the vicinity of Now York are eoiiceniedibut the Buffalo track was left out t iIe cab culatlous An Innovation Is that tfierp will be two spring meeilnTJ at Belmout park and two at Gravesend The Empire track was Ignored by the tftswards audit isbr lievel that James Butler will go Into the court with the matter It was ordered that all valets for Jockeys wear uniforms and arm number anti be un dCr the direct supervision of Koicrt Pinkerton Jnti anti UnIt welterIt agrccdIIto the ttjrins oirerl by Jimmy Cof froth which will require Gans to weigh 4n at 133 pounds nt 0 oclock Gnus wlso will fight Mike Sullivan pro vided Sulllvau weighs 13y pounds ata oclock ff Dead n DoornnlI- As Ocnd s n iloornair at flrat seems utterly sensilcv but becomes lively and picturesque when we re mejnlTer that knockers were mice uni versally used Riiiuntli the knocker In order to prevent dlHiigurlug tim door a large nail or bolt was driven An Im patient caller waitiiii for the door to be qpenedr would frequently use the knocker with great force and the Jr rcsponslvcness of the nail gave rIse to tills expression PlullThe rlny In IItoII er It more nu that time Loudfjfi UsttmcJerJ nDout A Difference you think that some ofberI say ings tire sum rt She They arentJ but they do Brooklyn LIfett QWIJLJEsWiie 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irfuIctCtl In ye sum oCauedun dls or less his Cotalt may be except and awls gif he an make It apptare that he Is bet rot hit tine Ither woman he then shall be free A year or two litter a law almost siiuUar to the Scottish enactment tvas4 passed In France nUll received thtfiapJ buttberorevoyage to the westward a similar privi lege was granted to the maidens of Genoa and I loreuccI1 tnYIfinestics regarding the number of spinsters who took advantage of It or of the qiin liar regulations In France but the pus tom seems fo have taken firm bold upon the Ipopular mind about that time The next mention of It Is dated nearly 400 years later and It Is a curious little treatise calk d11oc Courtship land Matrimony which was published In London In lu this quaint fork the privilege U thus alluded to Albeit it now becomes a part of the common law In regard to sorlal rela tions of life that as ottelias eVery leap yeire Jotlr return the ladyes have the sole privilege during the time It IwordClltitled to 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