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Digital page images are linked to the text file. zc j l ESilBL1SllED 44- AW IN lJ9iJ dlr J i I T I 4 T lI8Crs i1 We wah to state tooiirfr nds 2 thrOtbe tobacco groing ectiofts thajfc we are not connec ted idirectt or indirectly with sly other warehouse or ware Jx ue company We oondttbt a Strictly Me pademt jobacco Warehousee OdUMlBBlJUpVUOiuoo i Or A BRIDGES CO ft r TobaccoProprietors Pickett lf rehouseLbnisvilleKy 4ofit t OUR DIRECTORY 6 4 SPJtINGFIBtD county seat of- If County 52 miles sontha1iigtOfl east ot exiBfirton 59 mites from ilhdiviUe on Bardstovrn branch oi XXiitYille and Nashville railroad In j V lamias and agricultural district Tiro Baaks telegraph and telephone l tiiMaeXpiess office flour mills lumber yarA Population 1100 population f jssty 15000 ltpreentatiVC IttCongress Hon D Saltk Hodgenville Ky KepceseatatiYC tin Kentucky Legis lature lion W DClaybrooke XepcecmtatIVC State Senate lIon t f d Harry Lancaster Lebanon KY CItY D1rectOtY CIRCUIT COURT- CircIt oWbegins on the fourth FebruaryMay and Octo Mo day in bcSIH Thurman Judge v v 4 L t4 Durham Commonwealth At 1 MTMY K Campbell Clerk M G Leachiian Master Commas n r r QUARTERLY COURT v Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in eac month J B To Vttsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cuiirt meets on the fourth- onday in ech mouth BL1itseyJudgC W F Booker County Clerk TS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer SheriffjSidney Qsbourne Sam Anderson 4ft HBPoweIJ HerbertEddlcman Deputise r 4EdBlasters I James F Moore County Surveyor i T P OBryan Assess a w T litchtJI Deputy Robert Noe treasurer Ji X Montgomery Coroner JW Bush Sapt of Common chool Po O Springfield I ciTY COURT JamftR H NoelOlice Judge John Grace Marsha- lW1Grlgsby City Attorney 3 J STICECOUltTi 54jnbtce Court are held in January Atpril July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W loronr Pastor Ser- VICeS on the First and Third Sundays I In each 1onthatll a m and 730 p m Sunday School everySuuday atlOam Prayer meeting every Wednesday t1ght VF VwLj CATHOLICICHURCH Rev P F Hennessarj Pastor Ser t STices Vvery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock ijDScrvices at St Rose same hours CHRISTIANN CHURCH Rev TOT Wai den Pastor geiJ p every Sunday j4 r JPEESBYTEBIAN CHURCH p1 TTiH Kev T D Latimer Pastor 1p icfcInK every Sunday at 11 am- f ajadjit 7 pm Sunday school every 1 umd y t10 am Prayer meetln b JKY Tkunday evening at 7 oclock t BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pa t t Preaching every Sunday at K ajtn f d 745 pui Sunday School evrv f Iundayat9 0 a m Prayer meeting cVTamdy evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders t1M SONIC LoDGE Springfield lodge v vKof1 50 meets first and third Mouday isieachwnthtt Washington R A Chapter No 57 Sweets every second Tuesday Bprinffield Council Xo 52 meets on r ycrv 1Olo1rtb Monday jKxiGHts of THK M ACAEEKS Meet- 1 Y tit mo FOLEYSr I f i7 r frtwts StriMi litntts- Vi r 4 WMB Jl PPWt tt J Re envber the nape j ffifrVlMi r iMi TInsist genuineV1fWBiVM VWf Vt vl Prat4ri4yby 3 P Isw 6 1PIJIef1f Chcaa- F0r sale b RodOrn s Drug Store vw ii w j- wflH3 r ft M3WS=LI3ADI3R1 t 4 4 i b1 IIt I IfHONEYupTAR- wS lifiV 8Jdidn WiiiJ li iiW WWfirWifi H j fJ1 ft UND OF T lLKitHM M Let Us GQ A Fishing l ft BySoiMa Goode s fOletI sko afl ixing Wiere thesweani is clear and cool s t VliereJthegraceful willow hadgfes The deep waters of the pool Seethe sun is growing Warm And its beams axe sof tand Jbrighl As they kiss the sweetest odors Of the dog vdOol i loom of white O let us go afiihing t In these rythmicdays of Spring And be gladdened by thejobins And the lullabies they sing Behold the skies are fairer Than theyve ever been before As we see our trembling1 shadows In the ripples by the shore Who would not go afishing When the fields of wheat are green i 4 I When the very trees are joyous In the richjresplendent sheen Row our souls are set a uiver- Aswe watcii she windingstreaIAnd we tryst alone with nature As we wait and watchand dream ji And while we sit afishing There seems mirrored from on high The glory of a Beingi Who ascended to the sky Let the men who went afishing Qn the waves bf Gahlee We may hearhis sweet voice soying Come thou fri nd and follow me And Qj would yu be afisher Of the weary tons of men You may hftthe hardest burdens And give pea e to men again Then when harvests all are garnered And the sheaYes are in the fold There will come a benediction The most blessed ever told v tl7 ALKING TEMPERANCE IThe all absorbing topic of conversation hroughojit the county appears to be just now tueliqupr question since the passageiol the county unit bill by therJasb Legislature which makes possible for the county to vote whiskey selling out of pointsIstrong public sentiment has been aroused against whiskey selling It issafe to say that if the ques tion was submitted to a vote of the people just now the saloons would have to go It will be l impossible however under the re quiremehts of the new law to hold an election earier than about the first of September Thelaw wiil notgo into effect davsiafterdays notice is required after a petition is pub before the county judge before art election can be held so that August loth is the eat liE st pcssibl date at which an e ection can take place There has been considerate discussion of the subject of bring ing liquor into the county should the sale of it be prohibited The bill passed by the Legislature relating to that subject is quite plain It says that It shall be jnHwful for any person i r persons individual or torporation public or private carrier to bring into transfer to other person or persons corporation carrier or agent deliver or distribute in any county clistrjct precinct town or city where the sale of iu xica ting liquors has been prohibited whether by special act of the General Assembly or by vote of tae people under the local option law any spirituous vinOus malt jor any other Intoxicating liduors The law futher provides however that in1 dividuals mayrrbripg into such districts upon theiir person or as their personal baggage and for their private use such liquorsiri quantity not exceeeding oue gallon Thtiaws also permits licensed physicians and drug giststo receive liquor in quan ties not to exceed five gallons at one time The penaty for violating thisilaw sa fine of not lless than ftior more than one hundred dollars offense tch V DILDINO ROADS The 3LJ Washing on County Fiscal court atit meeting last week Jevoloped quite aj wave of liber tlity in the way jof approperia lions for public improvements Aboutt 450Q wajs appropriated for ouihling two much needed turnjiiie roads This donation on the pirt of the conn ty 4s tube M ostIprivate subscriptions which j shows how greatly in earnest1J the citizens of the county in- IIII their demands for good toads We have heard the criticism Ij made against the action of the Board of Magistrates to the ef fect that it would be better to spend the money in improving the turnpikes already built in the county rather than to build more The building of these two short lines of pike need otin terfere with the improving of the other turnpikes throughout the county The citizens in each particular locality were interested in these roads to the extent of putting up a large amount of 1 money from their own pockets and it was nothing more than right for the county to do its share The appropriation for the mantenance of the turnpikes over the countyneed not be ef fected at all The road super n tendents are at work letting c ut contracts for the road workin and it is hoped by the end of the summEr to make a marked improvement in the condition of our pikes There has been some t knocking Ill the present plan pfrfWorking the roads just as there would be on any plan devised but we should give the Superintendents a lair and thorough test before condemn ing the system I y x j ROMPT RESPbNSE WashI A ington county has the cred it of being among the first to re spond to the invitation to aid inE the preparations for the entertainment of visitors in Louisville luring Home Coming week The Fiscal Court very prompty appropriated S38 for the purpose of providing a book for the reais tering ofnames of former Wash ington ponnty peple who are expected to visit the fyead quarters which wilt be provided for each county at the armory ii Louisville From this fund there will also be provided hinsome badgs to be given to allex Washmgton county visitors Gov Beckham will name a com missioner from each co unty whc is to have charge of the head quarters and whoso dnty it will be to welcome the visitors dis taibute badges etc The com missioner may appoint some lady to act as hostess and he ma also name an assistant commissioner The hostess may alsc name an assistant A Ttonsand Dollars fcnii of GooH I have been afflicted with kIdney and bladder trouble for 3 ears paesln gravel or stoDea with excruclatin pain says AH Thurnes a wel known coal operator of Buffalo O I got no relief from medicine nnti I begin taking Foleys Kidney Cure tncn the result was surprising A fev doses started the brickdust like substance and now I have no pain acros my kidneys and I feet llke a new mal Itt has tone me 1000 wortb of good Foleys Kidney Cure will cure eVer joam of kidney or bladder diseases Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stor- eWMTEDTwo men in eacl county to represent and adver Use Hardware department putt out siuples of our goods etc Traveling pasttion or office manager Salary 90 pr month cash weekly with all expense paid in advance We furnisl every thihg THE COLUMBIA HOJSE D ept 610 234 5Jh Aye- Chicago Ill Boy Spanked James Bu kwan a thirteei year old colored boy used hi knife on Prof K Smith princi pal of the local colored pnblu school ween the latthr attempt ed to whip him Friday aftfrnooi fpr disobeying the rules Prof Smith swore out a warrtnt lov the boy and Officer Matting arrested him Sunday night j Monday monidg Jttj3ge Ttomaj had the boys mother finish thl the job attempted by Pro Smith i Jailer Madden acti g 8Co umpire Bukman was theju discharge but the matter wt 7 I be referred to the grani jury Eh3teachea wa5 slightly cut abqutttlie hnnd andl armLel Enterprise Homaii Blodi Mate A tale of horror was told Ibv marks of human blood in the home of J W Williams a well known merchant of Bac Ky HewritesTwenty years ago 1 had severe hemprrages of the lungs and was nean death when I began taking Dr Kings New Discovery It completely cured me and I have remained well ever smce1e It cures Hemorrh ages Cronic Coughs Settled Colds and Bronchitis and is the only known cnrefor Weak Lung Every bottle guaranteed by C J Haydon 50c and LOO Trial bottle free t Deathof Mrs Coulter HilIsboro cprrespoudent The angel of death visited this community Wednesday morning and took from 6ur midst Mrs Minerva Coulter widow of the late Spencer Coijlter Mrs Cou- lter WAS at the time of her death 80 years 10 months and 14 days of age and bad been for 52 years a member of the Baptist church at Rockl tU e tnd wrs ever true her profesion of religion Many noble traits of character adorn her life The home in which she reared fer children was a modle one and when they pitched their craft on lifes sei she was a light for tnem to be costantly guided by Her mission on earth was also fullfilled and the death ange called to take her to the goden shore where there is no sorrow no death but sweet peace and eternal rest The fureral was conducted Friday at the church by Rev W Ezra Sutherland be foro a large crowd or sorrowing relatives aodf riends after which her body was tenderly laid to fest besides that of her husband to await resurrection morn and tqen arise to walk io the ne ness of life Lilac Is TnB Jabte Science has proen that the moon has an atmosphere which makes HieJ in some form possible n that satellite but n Jt for bu man beings who have a hard enough time on thU earth of ours spncially those woo dont know hat Electric Bitters cure Heaa tche Billiousnese Malarin Chill ind Fever Jaundice Dyspepsia Dizziness Torpid Liver Kidney omplaints General Debility and emale weaknesses Unequalled is a general Tonic and Appetizer or Weak persons and especiilly or the aged It induces scund deep Fully guaranteed by CJI Haydon Price only 50c I5gs Eggs A C Kimball 0 has for sale tfbite Wyandottes White Ply oouth Rock Single Comb Brown Leghorn eggs at 75 cents for 15 free TrlpiTo Louisville The Retail MerchantsAssocia ioitof Louisville will refund in cash to one of town customers the cost of out round trip tick its based on a one and one hird fare on the following lates April 2nd to 14 h May 7th to 19th June 11th to 16th For particulars address J V Beckmann Manager Retail lerchents AssociatJon Urban Bldg Louisville Ky Iprthe Children To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit courage strength How is it with the children Are they thfo pale delicate Do not forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The children e mnot JIQIllb1r bsyroo4bcalth- unless the boweli are rd proper condition Cor rect a1r COsUUoll br Rhine imall lauwtue lIoleaefIJHllUkAU yegetablell preoa u A pCTOIALI We kr o veerett t We imbllih the torau1aa of All our jnedlolnei NcCHORDHONOREi Elected Vice President National Railroad Com mission A special from Washiogto soysHon C C McChord chair RailroaIvote of b3ing elected president of the National Railroad Com missioners at their meeting last week The Vice presidency was then given him unanimously Mr McChord made no effort to get the place but the ability with which he participated in the proceedings of the convention recommended him to the dele gates for the honor Mr Mc Chord would have ben elected president on the first ballott only that four of his friends were un avoidably absent- A Lucky POIDlIHres is Mrs Alexander of Gary Me who has found Dr Kings New Life Pills to be the bhSt remidy she ever tried fqr keeping the Stomach Liver and Bowels in perfect order Youll agree with her if you try these painless pur ifiers that infuse new life Guor anteed by C J Haydon Price 25 A SLIGHT MISTAKE lllsle I believe Tames Ilarcood In tends to propose to you tonight But mother he Is so much older than i am Well child If your heart does not draw you to blmI will not press you but I think he Is a nan tiny oman might feel proud of and in my marry lug days Vliy do you talk of your marrying days as though they were over mother Do you never think of marrying ncrrV y darling you forget my age Whatever else she may have been coutcmplutfng saying was cut off by the announcement of Mr James Har wood a gentleman who Inn short time followed his name and greeted the two Indies rattler nervously as he Altered He sat down and for a little while rled to maintain his share In a general conversation but ho seemed uncom fortable and talked In a somewhat pro occupied manner nv though something were weighing on llj r mind At last Mrs Slngletgn thinking It politic to leave the two together made Home nxcuss to go out and rose from her seat She bad reached the door when James Ilarwood with an evident effort leaned forward In his chair and mia quickly Please dont go Mrs Singleton She slopped on the point of leaving the room and came bdck She believed that ho desired her con sent first and thoroughly approved of the straightforward course Looking at Elsleshe said gently 1 wish darling you would answer those cards for me that are in the drawing roomi feell n little fatigued after my drive Without requiring n second bidding the girl departed lightly on her errand leaving her mother alone with their visitor Mrs Singleton was sitting on a low tofu and James Harwood left his chair nnd went to sit beside tier his nervousness becoming more marked as be did so He looked straight in front of him as be said Mrs Singleton I wishedratherto speak to you upon a subject I trust you wit bear with me a moment while I The lady noticed his agitation ant was sorry tor1hlm She tried to help him out II think I know to what you arc al luding I have been expecting tills James you will let me call you James for some time Please go on It is kind of you to tiny that It makes what I have to say much eas ier He chisped one of his knees with both hands and for the first time looked straight Into his companions face I have recently had thoughts ray dear Mrs Singleton though I feel much diffidence In telling youI have lately been contemplating nrrlnge That is exactly what I expected you to say and I think at jour age and in your position It Is a very proper course to takeSThen may I take It May I be so bold as tp assume that you are not averse in fact that you consent 1 Thai Is what I Intended to convey I said Just now that I had been a Httlo prepared for this and I am very glad that you have given me the opportunity of saying as I truly think that no woman could wish to find a better husband She looked into his taco with n quiet smile as she concluded For a moment Harwood shuffled nervously on his sent Then moving closer to her he took her band Mrs Singleton looked surprised but she let It remain Then as everything Is satisfac torily settled he said awkwardly would you mind If Ithnt IsIt seems perhaps a little strange at firstbut may I kiss you r Mrs Singleton was more than ever faken aback at this unexpected re- lUdst and a flush came over her face- then she thought that as a pro cctiiC tojilnlaw his request was perhaps not Utogethcr unreasonable and she turn Hi Tier tate to his smiling rather con clotisly as she replied Oh well I suppose you mny aa I tin to be your mother MyniothcrJ Ye I shall be your mother shant t y rr- J starry Klsle But I want to marry yow Mrs Singleton Jumped away from him to the other end of the sofa and her face flushed ecarlet as his njeanlng burst upon her There waS silence between them for a few minutes Sirs Singletons eyes were bent upon the ground and she looked almost like a young girl who had listened to her first declaration joCj love as the blush on her cheek grew deeper and deeper and then moved downward tilt It covered the whlteues of her neck At last she spoke t And you have been meaning the alii hts time ilarwood now that he saw the prize fto thought he hind won In danger of dipping from him came out bfi hUM shell and surprised himself by the fervor of his own words EYes it is you that I laye you that I have hopcHl aiid then hardly dared to hope might love me a little mre turn anti give me yourself as an ear most tp flU up the emptiness lu my life and In my heart Oh do not take the consent away thqt I thought I had hardly won For a moment after be had ceased speaking she did not mote Then she turned her face up to his with her1 eyes shining brimful PIth a Joy thaV site could not hide James Yes j i You may still kiss me J TRAIN KNOCKED HIS SHOES OFF Man Who CHIt Be KWe4 Held M te 5His Pipe Md Warted M Aplea When Richard Hicks aged sixty five stepped In front of a Lake Erii freight train at McKees hocks Pa he was knocked about twenty feet shaken up and bruised a little bit and lost his shoes They weretorn oft oue inauuet and llost In the larkues t Cut lis held fliuilyto his old clay pipe which was where a pipconsht to be between his teeth and It was not in jured lie ipslsted on rccelvjns an apology when hiiyWnft picked up and when told vhatha4 liappeull confuted to go to the hospital talUlou iv he insisted lie was not hurter nna was giving a great deal of unnecessary trouble ALl the hospitaltone of the house sUrgeons gave hint another pair of sJio s nnd with a stitch or two In lila sculp he went on bls way happy IIU Wardrobe a Cofla Until Captain il L Wood of Port Jefferson Js Y needs It for a permal neut resting place a coffin he bus Just undo will be used In lila home as at wardrobe 5fhe lie80 nenSir of the coilln as a piece of household furniture in daily use docs not seem to strike him and be is proud of his liandlwOrk It cost Just 087 says Wood and it Is just as rood as any store coaju 1 H 4 They are made to 1 onform to every t pqsis rbJ e rcjquitiet meat from narrow t e reme tJl andsevert at t rjtt iityle Ii U c i a sIt Freak nd jjD ua4i th JJ1f811tt N1DFL D ndth i kiGEN9S i Y iIt 5454 N iet ISUBSIs ljidNf M1 iAA YRi ltJi J f r4hr sS irr HomeI Made b f Have your cake WMl1 and teaTfefc cuit homemade They will be frr4leaner more tasty and wJxlcioioe JRoyal Baking Powder helps the house l wife to produce at home quicklYlCJnoihically neand tasty cab t1raised hotbiscuit pudding the frosted layer cake asp cookies cruller crusfl iTmuffins with which the ready made fqI t1 found at the bakeshop or grocery di5ji t r not i I compare iRalisthe greatestt of bakeday I j 1I QYttBAt jtktOWDUCO NEW 4 1t cia tl mnuahthei luciies deep nml lined It tbe bqst I knew Low The captains bwst Sun day suit finds a soft utotfa the mortuary receptacle i Maniac Skoo1EIjitntFnncraL nn1ncwlth iine pfstaistiud shpf IAn shot and wounded eight persona probably fatally set fire to the house In which lie bail barrlcadeahliu self and for an hour defied flrenicn po HccEucn amiitbe excited citizens of Brooklyn Auuc Arundel county just rcrpss the Fatapsco river from Baltimore The madman then either corn mtted suicide or was killed by one of the many shots fired through the windows at him 41 Slew Severn Mcii la Three SlIuatcK A foreman on the construction work rnllrpu1ian Infuriated band of Hungarian and Italian laborers engaged hi wprk on then v roauV Quickly arming liimself with large steel bah be clubbed seven qf them to death before they could retreat the killiug of the entire Ibt taking llass than three minutes Foaai f20OPenrI Ia IValda f Oyster A straw peaH valued at was fpuiiil In an oyster at the iValdorTAs torla 2Cew York thy by rx Kobert R Osjrood wife of Dr Oscood off rail iviiiitj ut imiQneon 5trL owzpf r t ku- uuFu In one e z Mflivs aN listening substaice c lon siiowedlt4ap rt MM Dtrooa took the pearl to TOkkmjt iHMra declared to b worth faotIltWns 4 of Weiaiajr tVaOltom t KnivM formerly l1l ait cHMf accoutcrments of a brkte IMcta M ly accounted for i1y tkc fMttMt M cientlylt fonoed part W HM mr woman to wear a kalfe fc tal IM suspended from their girtfe JL brMt says to her jealott WsWittIis ks Match Mcf tm Li iis 1II- tSctntmy girdle tmy wMta krIvesSWith thofee dispatck JIM Tha use ol bridesinakb at siliJSfs of remote antiq Iy jj AnsloSazon tke rtit WM W4 W M church by ti matteS WM i the brides wom n aaIiuL Scompany of you k gins iviMji call d bridesmaids It TOM at MM i the custom for 1JM brttUNWM h WlMHi the bridegroom to dwell awi kr bridegrooms maea io ssjtbride This Is cl arftr allaili W M Usa Colliers Wedding Two lusty lads jnM Aret i tint Stepd put to lead the tt alMHT And two young saaM ef evftXfttv V t Assoon the brldegraom lsea imfifcu The bridc reoaii mw ircr ajtt IYi calea bride kaIitsV appropriate name at tiiw pen i wfkfek they actually fulIflatoeaIl5 IIU II 11 UJ1 SIRING 8TYLlfS s 8 For WellDJjesse 4Ien 4 ll I 4 Ji hajfcmfort f and M pleasure II II6 e well dfwtd I make irmy bier 7 Iinert to cater Wtbe f f i customers in that respecK Y lavish i Ic ifif rv t falsSpecial QtterititWtrttke h ciSpring StsltYopthecelcbated t jsf t liLtaPecIiQtiSy lr GUIRALVFEED t fo THERESNONESBETTER aP tc t b It SI Lk 1j r 7 COME AND MAKE A SELECTION d L FROM MY1 STOCK opt J L tROSSJtTT SWMiS t r J i Niftvand T1tnpt4l I sGQ- 9j If k uansefmjs FULLY I r w- Winc1Y t IX tf aJc r t Lehthanr i 4 jl Q UTFITjf i L j i JISdjIENS + 4fi 4i irtt V f tta i I u 11 THE NLWSLfADER Tftt1AY tiAtDvANcE- PRINCNLpKY i J ftl IL LDA1ISON t 3v 71fir 1 c Ilk kt th1 f1 fI eaplkew uti political jamttw rctHM tM Is o ijwrat bvtcMh ir I jy eJti tJrC fh WryHUHi1 Kj iT ii3erJfi IbItkE1OfCttps JJnIM 1350 IURpiY APRIL 12 1906 We are authorized to Announce i 111 J Robert Noe ilall candidate for the office of Clerk fvtlie Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party I f L sviii strain YOQisfold wo are wiUintfto admit that we haye long been got e z astray but are unxious to re lurn to yii and stat na pro rswoa t ur ef news gaLberi- t lor you which the good citizens are able to help furnish as they are aBlIbiis tdoe represerted amoajc their neighberiag vii eMr Lvfcil Hardin who bas been cofifined to his bed for the pst two months is able to be outgain Mr Ml V Crouch is building a h Mfpr Allen BreedlOg near Br U Grove Mr and Mrs Lawrence Trent i llrTrent pare ts last we VMra Lee Baxter and little daughter have returned to their hOlM in Lawrenceburg after a weeks visit with her parent jMrsj ter Mfes Ollie7 visited Mrs Jas sOheatba one day last week- Sj H T Scruggs sold a toad of oorn o John Nicholson at 2 Ser brr1SMr and Mrs Fred Cheatham c and daibterE a visited re1 a ti et hflreBunclay your correspondent has in his t posesslob very old paper it iis t The Ulster County Gazette published at Kingston Ulster county N YM hy Samuel Freer i and SOQ on January 4 1800 It is a very newsy little paper of four pages Thepublicatiun be ing shortly after the death of lhe pHwiripus4t ajid renouned Washinf ton The borders and the nnb4ttJleen the columns 1ariayil trjpdiin mourning the atrjpes being about1 ol an inch wide It contains many extracts from abroad lamenting the great and good man he was- Ai1 giving the proceedings of ongrs slao a goud deal of ioieiXn news and still there oeipage of it taken up in fcdvcr tHiiJiri Blow you wll find one or to advertisements which I wi1iopyStSamuel Freer has just receive an assortment of goods adopt e4 the season which he will dispose of for cash only upon VwraJ moderate terms Ashes tkn in said store December 21 Wv Below isanotber in rhine uther Ardres Co havef goodsbothceWtdi near every kind that jou m any store can find and as I brchae by the baits I am de Vttaiined to retail for ready pay a little lower than ever have JWia had before I with my t OTOther mean to live but as fort credit shall not give 1 wuld pasioosfxcrt J4yT friends and buyers one and alpit will pays you well to give a lIou may always find m- eliimv sign a few rodsfrom th devrh fftott following articles will be reelvfdin payment Wheat rye buckwheat oats corn bpt terr HAS ashes and raw bide These artices wilUbe taken hi ttht opus prices Cahuill pt be reined Warsiuk DC Scembi24 i79 It TrusMng that we4have not cx- Spd LuO much sfface we will rlDgIff and cal fonup arain 1f ext week vlILETOE ii z Grow SirenI Aka1ll Nor fflg will relieve indigestion t tiiit is not a thorough digestant wKedOlj Dyspepsia Cure digests what it y u eat ard allows the stomach to restYrecuperate grow strong again A Jew oes of Kodol after meals wIll soon restore the stomach and- tiigstllre organs to a full perjrrm le af tbelr functions naturally It SoldMo1HaTdolf 1 SW1IIizbur t 1ii t Wr llaao report most all ii Jfcick folks better excepting f Gibbs and Miss Lull= t ihy Jrct WcL il i 1 bf J Ait 17 MWp Dw number pf her relatives and friends in honor of her fathers birthday uncje Faut ey Shew maker He was eightyeight years old Those present wera Mr Cre d Uickerson of Mack yule Mre Jane Durr bis old est liyingsister who is eventy four years old and Mrs Lizzie Graham of SHarpsvillp Robert Sbawmaker wife and daughter of Fen iCk Dee Shewmaker wife two sons and daughter of White Hill Henry Julia and Effie Nichols of Tablow Miss May Buckman of Springfield Mr J T Sutherland wife and sop Dr J T Sutherland John Turner Willie Hughes and P C Shewmaker Each and every or e enjpyfd the tfy and mav this family live to spend many more h ppy reunions With their aged father is the wish of thef- writerSMrS B Yeager of Bloomfield has opened an undertaking establifbment this place We wish him successSMiss Cora Trent of Kirkland was in Our town Sunday She went from here to CornishviJle where she will engage in the millinery business Mr Kent R gjers iapd wife wete in our midst Sunday Misses Jappie Barnett and Opha Black of Sparrow passed through our town last rriday en route to Mackville to visit Dr W T Barnett Mrs J W Suherland and daughter Miss Myrtle are visiting relatives neat Lawrence burg this week Mrs J M Brow bas return ed to her home in Louisville ShA was accompanied by her mother Mrs A B Wells Mesdames J M Trent and Ernie Harlswe will open their millinery goods at their pace this wk fill Interest Ian Every person should know that good health is impossible It the kin neTs are deranged FoleysKIduey Cure wil euue kidney and bladder disease in every form and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will perforta their functions properly No danger of Brights disease or diabetes it Folejrs Kid ey Cure is taken in tme Sold by the Red Cross Drug Stcre Wt Zion Echoes Hurrah for HOP L H Thur man The fearles stand he has taken against liquor has increas ed his already great popularity in our community To use the language of one of oUr citizens They are for him tooth and oenail Long live such noble men Quarterly meeting Vhisn was held at Mt Zion Saturday and Sunday was well attepded Rev Robinson the Presiding ElderS was absent and Rev Barker of 11i51place iooresville Mrs 3Bess Bush Sue Hinke Mr W Mk Ohesser Mrs MaggiePorter Mr David Cockendolpiher and family of Bloomtield and t4ssr3 George Pinnell and Thomas Carter of ChaplinSMrs Ollie Hays and daughter Sue were in Chaplin tPriday Mr Jas Hood aiid wire of Samels are visiting their son Mr Jas Hood at this place Mrs Robert Graham of Lou ihv lie is visiting her lather Mr JB HaysSMiss Cokendblpher of Bloom field and her visitor Miss Carson of HustcnsviUe and Miss Nettie Buston of Chaplin were the pleasant guests of Miss Clauda Neal Saturday After a several diys visit to the Russell Lome Miss Rilla EtusseILreturned to Vanarsdill last Thursday accompanied by nor sister Miss arre who will spend several weeks with her Mr T J Trent and wire spent Saturday in Sprin tield on busi ness SMrfir ens Creek visited Mrs Baily Pinkston and family last Satur 5dayCliiton Taylorourbright young bov who iis at tending school ajtj Bard stown spent Saturday and Jundny with hs a0ther Mrs Ella Taj lor SJheTattlers A Ctance tor S isfaciiDn If you ever bon ht a box of Witch- HazelSalve thotfailtd to ffive satis faction the chances are it did not have the lame ECl DeWitt Co prihted on the wrapper and pressed In the box The original DeWJtts Witch Hazel Salve never fa ls to give satisfactibu for burns sores boils tetter cracked hands etc For Wind bleeding itching and protrtd ing Plies it affords aniost immediate r lfe It st jps the pIn Sold by C J Hoydon V SS HIlIsbtho John Wi Sutherland one of atjWi1Iislt family of Thos W Sutherland OiDaby Shewmafcerr of iiarn everaldaYBlaltJ Dud Sutherland harfTitoYed to Sjcamore Valley where be bought propwrlfy Miss gflea4H i iAIt es atteiig schWtdiy- lle ell has returned hoiieiEd I win enter school at Pleasant GroveA rtatn citizen was offered a book entitled Ten YearS in Hell the other day with the re quest that he read it assuring him that it Was very interesting butane fellow declined saying that there was no use for him to read such a book for he had been in Hell for 50 years and could describe the place much better than the author of the book We guess he has no fears of the Judgment The small grain crop never looked more promising at this time of the year than it does now Quite an acreage of wheat was sown here last fall and it now bids fair if the season con tinues to be a reco d bieaklng crop and we may expect a drop in the wheat market Mr Cary who has had ex perience in fruit growing in forms us that he has made a c ireful examination of the hurts and finds that the fruit is not killed as was first reported This news will be gladly receiv ed by all who have orchards- J M Shield Cor Montaom ery and Lilac attended a meet ing of the Masonic lodge at Mackville Friday nght Uncle Callie Settles who has been sick for some time died Sunday morning He was hurried Monday at 10 oclock at the burning grcunds at the church Cale Settles solda horse to John Shewmaker for 75 J M Shield bought a mara in Nel son county for 186 Lee Set tics sold a cow and calf to Prof J T Prather for 35 The citizens of his community are very much pleased with the action of the FiscalCourt in their appropriation it gave us to build our pike for no people need a pike WOJ se than we do and here is one thing far cer tam if any of tlose Magistrates who worked for our road should ever be a candidate fora higher oMce they can count ou a solid vote from Hillsboro and as for OUT magistrate Esq Polm he can have the ffice for life so far as we are c mcerned A meet ing of the cit zeus will beheld at he school hue at an early date ancj steps will tnen be taken toward building the pike Noth jng can add more to this place than t isroa4 for last fall ceveral men came here to buy land but always objected to the road When this road is completed land will rise in yalue and it will be no trouble to sell a farm that is located here for the soil is so fertile and with a road to haul off the farm products there will be quite a demand for farms here more than ever be fore as this is the Eden of the county LILAC ValicyHillS Mr N W Janes arid wife of near town visited in this section last week Harry Derringer and wife vis ited relatives near Midway Run day and Monday Several from tb5si place attended the lecture at Maud Fri day Saturday and Sundav night Several from this place attended the Lanham sale Thursday Plowing is the order of tne day every one seems tvbean xjous to take advantage of the fine weather S Po Derringer purchased two mares at the Lanham sate for which he paid420SMumps 5s beginning to invade tbe country and is making many victims Ed Pinkston received a fall from a wagon one day last week by which he hurt his back and hips to such an extent that he was unable to walk for several daysSWF Moran sold a mule to W T Clements Monday at 75 Billie Bradshaw bojugbt a cow- at the Lanham sale A B Pinkstou had a cow to gel foundered on orn last week It seems that I or the printer has missed the fun of a good lashing tongue lashing As it appeareu in Ust weeys ssue of our letter that Mr J L Moran sold his crop of 143 pounds of lobaccp to Mr Moss He did sell his tobacco however but thee were 14300 instead of 143 pounds The Maud correspondent must have studied with Earnest to solve the problem oJ my deli ciency as a local writer as she seemed to realize the honest appeal of an Earnest heart Mrs Alex Wells ot near Holy Cross was in our section last week in search of ber son Henry who has left his home and gone they know not where It will be remembered by many of this vicinity that he was re cently brought from the Lake land asylum so thought of sound mind Yet his mind has wan dered again and it is thought he is propably trying to reach Lake land againSMr T C Tatum the local merchant of this place killed a large hawk on last Monday which measured seven feet from tip to tip Dont drwr the otymach to cure a couh bne Minut Cough Cure cust the mucue djawt the inflammation okt of tfigthwhit lungs and brombi- alaubes12lothes and uresA quick cure for croup and whooping fosb Its conJiUntlv increasing use rrn1y year telld of the fact of t a wiotei Beitfuln s f SoJd by O j t3a5donS f THIS MULE SPEAKS LIKE BALAAMS ASS j Mabwa Kicker Aided by Ventriloquist Solves a Murder Mys Stery An Innocent mule a ventriloquist and a superstitious d partially guilty negro were the causes of the arrest of Will Christmas Walter Holland and the letters wife at Cottonwood Ala charged with the imirder of Mri andi Mrs J M Christmas and their Infant son Which occurred In January Until the arrest of the son daughter and soninlaw of the victims the tragedy had remained a mystery Detective W C4 Franklin of Chicago who claims the 2uOO reward for the TIlE HEQBO COLLAPSED WITH FEAR capture of the murderers had a suspi cion that an old negro knew something of the crime The detective claimed to be an escaped murderer and employed the negro to bring hlin ineals While performing this duty the ventriloquist In the employ of the detective caused a mule that was tied near the house to charge the negro with the crime The negroocollapsed with fear and on the demand of the mule agreed to tell what he knew The negros con fession partially Incriminating him self resulted in the arrest of Christ mas Holland and Mrs Holland CORPSES ATTENDl DOUBLE WEDDING Two Marriages Consummated In New York Undertakers Shop Before Sfled Eyes A double wedding was recently cole brated In Patrick McDonnells under taker shop at i7l Seventh venue in New York city George Beauchanip a bookkeeper from Buffalo and Itoscoe C Nelson a young lawyer from Fort Erie Canada who had been boarding together at SWest Twentyfifth htreeti were the bridegrooms The girls were Miss Eva Slorinskn of Buffalo and Miss Mary E McCarty of Fort Erie They came to New York at their sweethearts so licitation for a double wedding The young men sought for some ono to tie the knot and the first they found- was Undertaker McDonnell who hap pened to be a notary public But Jie refused to perform the ceremony until he knew all about the four candidates So he wrote to their homes and found that they were all rihtfThen the two young men led the two blushing girls into tfco front room of the undertaker hop past the roes of sample caskets etc Into the Wick room where a couple of lately deceas ed persons lay awaiting the undertak ers services In this sad room now made glad by the ruddy glow or Hymens torch Un dertaker McDonnell spoke the solemn words that united the two pairs and when the last I will had been spoken each bridegroom handed n cigar to Jeremiah Sullivan nu4Ju111e9 Cos grove the witnesses and then In turn banded Undertaker McDonnell cents Then the two pairs clliubcd Into two hansoms and vanished iuto the night Snowbound Twelve Day on Hilltop After bIng snowbound for twelve days on the lofty sumnlit of CumbrcJ pass at the crest ofithe San Juan range fifty miles fr4in the nearest town a Denver and Rfo Grmlc train containing fifty passcrttrijis Arrived In Alanlosa In the San Luis vi ley The train left Durango oif InrXri 10 aud became stalled that night JJuow con tinned falling day after day until It lay on the level higher than the smoke stack of the locomotive Railroad em ployees carried provisions to the Ini prlxoned passengers by climbing thy mountain on suowflhoes mitt the vas nengers wore made as comfortable as possible Owing to the hlpli altitude several passengers became sick Proaed heel Chop or grind three pounds of lean meat fine add two eggs beaten oiieV halt cup of milk four rolioil crackers onehalf cup of molted buttor tone lev el tablespoonful of salt and one level teaspponf ul ofa white pepper Mix well and pack In a bread tin Bake two hours covered and when cold serve In thin sliceslloucyn a Sledlrlnc Honey nmkos an excellent gargle for sore throat Boll one tcaspoonful of honey In a cup of soft water and- garglefreely This same preparation also makes an excellent eye wash Dip a clean piece of linen In the ho water ondllay over the eyes n01I flaw fleet For Invalid Raw beet proves of great benefit to persons of trail constitution and toIthose suffering from consumption It chopped fine seasoned with salt and heated by placing it lba dish of hot water It assimilates rapidly and af fords the best nourishment Cooklni Old Potatoes Old potatoes arc very apt to turn a dark color in the boiling but the way to prevent this is easy enough Add a tabicspoonful of milk to the water In which you boil them and you will find they are beautifully white when cooked Waiililner Colored Embroidery To set delicate colors in embroidered doilies or tray cloths soak them two minutes previous to washing in a pall ot tepid water in which a teaspoonful of turpentine has been well stirred GraBBlate Lart For granulated lard cut in some peel ed raw potatoes and render lard over again and strain The raw potato also Improves the taste of rank lard wRNurorm SCorsets cozy modish and shapely gar IIare in which every dictate ofc is apparent They inflict no strain on abdomen or bustallow full freedom to the lungs place all the pressure of lacing upon the hips and hold the figure erect Made with the latest high bust shapeand the new nippedin waist A different model l for oach dif ferent sort of figure Prices start at 100 Sold only bytRobertson Bros I SEX IN HANDWRITING An Iiitereatlnsr Little Experiment fe lye a Theory SIs a curious fact that one of the only things which even un expert graphologist does not guarantee to dis cover In handwriting Is the sex of the writer We are accustomed to think that the feminine or masculine tempera ent will readily betray Itself In the written word but In the majority of cases such Is not the case WrIting hold black and firm most masculine appearingi In every way will frequently be found to emanate from the pen of a woman while delicate racery with the regularity suggestive iof precision anti method or the dash and spontaneity which Indicate a five Jy fancy almost unmistakably femi nine one says on examination Is discovered to belgng to a writer of the opposite ncr An Interesting little experiment pro ing this theory can be made in this way Take twelve or twenty envel opes written In chirographies you are sure of and number each scrap clear ly Pass them around and see bow many of your friends will correctly guess the sCx of the different writers which may tie written down and num bored like the envelopes It will sel dom prove Jha more than onethird of the guessed at most ore correct Ex change CAPTAIN KIDD TIle Career nnd the Endlnic of the SiSmpu Pirate Captain KIdd the aaons pirate started his career with theIntention of suppressing piracy In February lOOT io loft the Hudson In the Adventure Galley with a crew of 150 men with this Intention This expedition had bees equipped chiefly at the expense of the Whig ministers and Its commander tarried with him besides the ordinary letters of marque a commission under tile great seal empowering him to seize pirates nnd to take them to spme place where they might be dealt with ac cording to lawTThe kings right to the goods found In possession of these malefactors was granted by letters patent to the sup porters of the expedition his majesty securing only onetenth of the spoil Kidd however soon finding that littit was to be gained by the advepture threw ort nil disguise and JIosted the Jolly Roger ins rapacity and cruelty were as bounded nnd In less than tfo years L amassed the sum of 200000 With this h6 thought to make his peace with the authorities and end bis days In luxury butlie was arrested at New York and brought to England where he was tried nnd hanged at Execution dock ila 1701 London Saturday Review Prince Napoleon Prince Napoleon in 1870 was some thing of n prophet When be heard of the emperors declaration of war he hurrIed to St Cloud and had a stormy interview with the emperor lIe didnt hesitate to say It Is the emperor who hts brought this upon us and the em peror whileoCfeudcd at his frankness admitted that your presentiments per haps correspond with mine Then the prince Oral his last shot and showed that though he might go astray In runny things ho knew of the weakness of France and the strength of Go ninny lie turned on his heel and with that bitterness which he didnt hesitate to exhibit when occasion required said So be It so be It Let us however make haste to pack our possessions for we are already beaten And so the result proved The SnltlcMt of the Snit Sea Some Men of the salt ness of the wa ters of the Dead sea may be gained from1 the comparison made below The Dead sell Isl situated In Palestine 20 miles east of Jerusalem It is 33 miles long and from 10 to 15 miles wide with OB average depth of 20 fathoms 120 feet Common ocean water contains but 30 parts of salt to the 1000 Those of the Dead sea contain 250 parts to the 1000 which makes the briny solution eXictlyonetourtlisull The Colibar Itean The famous Calabar bean Is said to be worse than strychnine The natives use It for un ontPPJ It a person is ncI cnsed of n crhrAilo Is made to cat one being adjudged to be guilty In case of death which Is almost Inevitable other seed employed for a like An1is that f te ordeal tree of Ma car said to be the most deadly of vegetable products One of these seeds about the size of an almond will kill twenty menSCurly Hair Curly hair Is a constitutional hore I Uary phenomenon The curly hair curia tMjiiise ll Is flat Straight hair is cylin drical Being flat the hair baa a nat ural tendency to assume n spiral shape Cutting hasno effect us tho cause of- the flatness lies in the shape of the fol t licle Huh ssuing from a slanting crookciVfolHcleJs bound to be fiattcjig4- nud twisted Nntur UlulrT r had a cousin wlux was In one post lion for thirtyfour ye n anti be gin Spry Holdiu a govcrment Jobor playin J game o chess Inquired Qld Codge- rn hiS usual grim way PuclcK Sninharrasslug l i Rich rianccorOh tills bouquet 1P9 obttr You must take it back to ffet Mutcnant Valet Oh thats all rJCT engage4lJonredlt Fliccnaa Blatter t Dr Weavers TIcSirup pnrtflei the Wood Crate 1Itlt kIa 4 1 HUMOR OF THE HOUR In Lent A teacher In n cerfcilu Episcopal Sun Jnjr school lind been Impressing on her girls the need of making some per sonal sjieriflee during Lent Accord ingly on the first Sunday of that penl tctlal season which happened to be a warm spring dtiy she took occasion to ask oath of the class In turn what she had given up for the sake of her religion Everything went well and the answers were proving highly satisfac tory until she came to the youngest member Well Mary inquired tho teacher what have you left off for Lent Please maam stammered the rtiihl eomewhnt confused 1Ive left offtmy liyrgiiw TIIliaiulIi Crauigan In Upplncotts The KrlViTiid the Gore TIle weary mother had finished set tlng the batchof dough to rise In the Itchcn and was resting herself In the parlor when the silence was disturbed by her sixyearold son who came iUlI ning upstairs crying u Mamma mam ma theres a mouse jumped Into your bread pun Did you take him out frantically rled the good housewife Xom but I done Just as good I threw the cat In an shes dlggin after him to beat the baud Womans Home Companion HI Vain Wish When lie getsa chance to stand up and address an ntuUeuce he seems to be perfectly happy Xotpertectly happy He cant help wishing that lie was part of the audience at the same time so that he might applaud mselfCalhoHc Standard and TImes A Distinction Yes Several of us fellows get together occasionally anil write sonnets und things One of my poems won the prize last mouth What prize Our leather medal It was rejected oftener than any of theohersBaltI more Sun TIle Potato In Prance In France we find that the potato was placed on the roynV table in the year 1G1C but it was rnrmentier an pothecary vho really Introduced it and did nil he could to get it generally cultivated though not without the as sistance of the government In 1771 a high prlso was offered by the Academy of Eesancon for the discovery of a new food which would 01 the place of ceo reals In case of a fttmiue Fnrmentler showed his potatoes and Lotus XVI ave him fifty morgcn of laud to plant them on When showing the first flowers of his potatoes the king used them a buttonhole bouquet Queen Marie Antoinette hind them in the evening in tier hair anl at once princes dukes Iud high functionaries went to Par tnentlcr to oitaln such flowers All Paris talked of nothing but potatoes and the cultivator of thf m The king said France will thank you some time hence because you have found bread for the porSWltr O lm Round As every one knows the letter o is the fifteenth in the English alphabet It has four sounds one of which as go is probably one of the oldest and helped to fix Its shape The letter In the Hebrew and Phoenician alphabet that corresponded tcv the long 0 was called ayn or eye and was represented by a nun drawing of an eye Of course this was often rendered simply as a circle with a dot in the middle and at last It became the custom to omit the dot vhlch gave us merely a circle the prcscntorm of the letter Strength fot Ice Winter brings ice and Ice brings skating which makes the bearing strength of Icen subject of Interest- A conservative pstimatc Is as follow TWO Inches In thtctrnnua will support a mnn fourluchgsn man on horseback five inches an eighty potfhdcr gun eight Inches n battery of artil lery with carriages and horses attach ed ten inches an Innumerable multI- tude 4 Sad Condition urn be a nurse said little Vie- quickShe white And tied a kerchief cap on tight VIeooThere Gambling Y at ElokIA friend of mine recently returned Crow a trip to the United States very full of the mischief done by profession al gamblers and card sharps on the At lantic liners and stroiigly of opinion that the shipping companies are responsible for the existence of this evil It Is pretty certain I believe that the blackleg business is organized like any other Industry and that the gangs who frequent the Atlantic liner are regu lar employees of an individual or firm It M at any rate certain that the mom born of the gangj are known to the ships olliccrs and my friend tells mq that the names of seven ofthem were pointed out to him oil the passenger list of the liner on which he returned and the Individuals identified as thy sat at tables It Is Interesting to pete that among them was woman and a youth of InUOtenttlIJpcnrnnce It is one of the worst features of tho svll that many of the victims are youngsters going out tot America or Canada with most of their worldly wealth In their pockets My friend learned that the gang on his ship got 1lGO from certain paengers at one sittingand that on n recent voyage of thesame ship they had ftsoil a roijntr nonseiiirar to tJw 5r3WiWi iiil li iti1i11 Wi wi tlI SPRING STOCK t V DLPi I t 51t 4 J t I c OF CLOTHING J ii rrf j i 2GJ 1 ii t ir jVie have just openedamce1irt of J fejXdJ a Mens Clothing embracing all the latest Spring ji f h71 + r HIaW r SHOES r S5Myvt fl i jFQrMen The latestfeTini Oxfords v lVf littI 3 the 1latest in Shapes jt J Ci 3S flJLt New Neckwear and White 41 I trjI We wish to call attention of our lady customers 1kfu to our new line of Fancy Belts Belt BucklesStocks fff 3 and Persian Ribbons the newest thingsfor Neck y f 3 wear SS3 5 5 ts3new line of Dress Goods and Trimminj = i Everything in White Goods We are selling t i WINTER GOODS AT A SACRIFICE f r If = j GRDNDY A MclNTIREI fLic1r 0 It It 1M I 1M 1M H t4 1M 1fti 1ft 11 1 1 f f 7 C4fi Arf i 43i t J i 4 A r f TimetoIi 4gatiI+ 1t J i IWhy Not Let Us Furnish You With r s V i j r Seeds for Sowing qI iHgrNi b b Top Blue Grass and Timothy r 0 JC jWe are county agentsfor the Cbatan atp1QwJ y none b tterOur customers who have used this + xk plow will recommend r Nice Line oLBuggies j- t tWe arc fully prepared this season to show SO f izy jthing that will please in Buggies All we asksk 4 i ft P that you call and examIne our Buggies befpVebuy ing elsewhere We will suit you both in price aifcl jP quality SrrIl1 tGl D ROBERTSON COtt S S 16 5 EVERYBODYS BUSINESS fei- j ii p tJij v t it BusinessjI l0 W iis to give the public the best work in tJt Ifl i J m Tinning and Plumbing t JSt ml 5 J i f irh1ljljat the leastpossiblecostGiVE US A CALL n fi tml rt1Jm kL SPRINGFIELD KY jt i i I =rune or iouu ne tnererore ties flint as ihe companies know the Individuals they should absolutely refuse to carry thcp oild stand the racket of legal pro doJngLoudonrluthj Umbrella When You Need Them Lvre you on to the new plan for fur nlsping umbrcllns when you need them motitY Inquired the man with n rain cont over his arm No Well theres- a Regular company In New York with 1000 places Id Manhattan and in Brooklyn Where you can step In wbn tb4 rain begins and get an umbrella 1oz a dollar When the rain stops stead of carrying your umbrella around with you you can stop Jnat any of their places and get u check for it unit kejp on doing this for n whole year Then you have to put up another dollar for another year and so on VThey have their stations In cigar ctAriw holeS and other places that sprendlnItbl thltf In this way It Is not only a great convfenlonce but it Ia n great moral engine fts well vWlmt kind ot an umbrella do you gat for your dollar Oh good you can got niiyrvhcre for them USII afld 5ou cau keep It It your vaut 1ubr bm6yearsao Wllllaw hnrjin Smedlej the Ame house wlto m young man wno piia Ht ntill selrorJ s J llXcness to the artist though rultb W tell he was very plain wjrfte Mr 4 1er was quite lutudsome says the Newark Times Wile monilugnk breakfast be turned to Mr Smedley and said fV1Do you know J aiin thought rety lIka you J Indeed m3 the answer Jjacanatt see nay resemblanceSWell give me a look sovif iitclt me who Iint1Ike r vJV The artist looked ut him stefidJI j ljp c afew moments and then replied YouMook only like the ptraftifK house marty at the steak XaCAae Pa Wer Labor saving invonttoaa nevisr paay real harm to Jaboring meH ai4 women said Professor S P Langl jr rtJle scientist anti aeronaut Tlitf who beniOiin the appearance of lib4t saTlng deviiea are unwise Professor Langley flmiled Such unphlfbsophlial persowi rtRuincd should llearua ICMW fro thftfiiblecat Have iyouheftr at 0ptnbi cnt It sat on the JOrMl Liens dear the horse waited New that autoBioblles ae ic4aMt ttcit favor I fear f shant waaljML1 uSoasenseY said tstWf a tmont carry on1110i gher TBi Bouse trtv tUtef rW V r wife M M ttr t aIM1lcw tcsit- EiITW w L SAYS HE SLEW o BlIEllENBERGt imyOrclard Wholesale Assas r jii Ctifcsscs Miner of1 ti1abs ExHfiivenor 7INlY ONE OF MANY VICTIMS f v w l iiiSiijRJ at WeperfeHCC CcloVblch Cst1JIk1ec Lives Was OrcIlards SWrkRwa Down fcy Nemesis fC off Molly Magnkes lt ir trchnn1 u1eed tool of the so ialleOvj inner circle of the Western Federation of Miners has made a eon feision jniese 3Jrff some cf Uio things he says lie Uns done by order of the lInner cltcle He planted and exploded the bombs Vhlch blew up the railroad station nt Independence Colo killing thirteen wen nImangling six others He arranged the mechanism aid planted the bomb which slew former- Governor Steunenberg of Idaho as be iwas entering the gate of his home at Caltwell Ida HehIred a man to poison to death Ills former associate Neville at Gbld fields Ncr He laid a bomb In the path of Chief Judge Gebbert of Colorado anti though the judge Is alive an Innocent many SyVfl blown to bitSife buried a bomb nt the gate to the 110rhlldenee of Judge Goddard of the su d tmccoU1t of Colorado in Denver Judge Goddard escaped death and the bomb was dug up after Orchards co- 8StOn 4liejlottfcd the death of Governor Foabody of Colorado and the latter II was on several occasions within a fevr moments or a few iuchea of death- He was the Instrument chosen to- slay D H Moffatt a wealthy Colorado jianker and railroad owner who wittingly saved his own life by op portunely sailing for Europe He attempted to wreck u train bear lug more than 200 peis returning J from n military ball but for once his heart failed Km and he warned the conductor As a result of Orchards confession 0Frsldcnt Charles H MoyerfjSecretary Wlllfnni D Hayw jood and Executive Officer PettUxmc of the Western Fed oration ore In the Canyon county Ida jnl charged with Instigating the mur 1 dcr of exGovernor Steuueabcrg It was Tams MacParlaud the Pin kor on detective who broke up the In famous Molly Magulrcs in the an thraclt jroaj fields many years ago who raii Orchard down and forced him to tell Trtint he had done 1 Three days after the assassination of Steunenberg the casa was turned oer tofilcParland His suspicious frrfm the iirst wbre directedi toward Orchard anti within a short time he had suM cleat of ilence to Ararrait his arrest CoVrca Ity Awful Silence- rDr McParlauds orders Orchard was ta ento the Boise penitentiary and placed ht solitary couliueaient In one f1bC death cells Everything was done for his luxurious comfort except that he could not have the daily papers and under no circumstances was he to hear the sound or the human voice The death corridor was still as the jgravethe run outside the door sat HABinr OCCUABD lUke tonibstozies and the froan who brought his meals came andwerif with 1outttword The first day or two Orchard did not appear to mind it but amused himself by eating sleeping and trying now and then to speak to the man by the door Dead silence met him Finally he be gan to get nervous and Jump at the Hound Qf footster In the distant onr s vuiwr tie oecamb itfritame zulu uioooy The third day l1e could not cut and I was very restless Four more days passed Orchard was eating next to nothing and getting desperate with nerves Tile siiencfriand anxiety were telling on him badly Thqn McParland went lnTo his surprise Orchard rec ognized him and efljleutty+ glad of any Human being to apLk to greeted him with I know you t Yore Old Man Mae Weve got your picture After that it WAS merely n question of days Gradually Orchard broke dawn The death atcb the silent scrutiny of those sjeeploss inup the UOllJ hUn days and inill ussin ui0uu the growing certainty that the detec tives know all aboiit everything and tha Ills accomplices would let him shift for himself if he tried to enmesh Ihnn made him despelajte If he had to- go ho didnt propose to go alone When Mcrwland went In rfeajlnt he was will lug to break the horrible monotony and silent that hemmed him in The biggest pull ottItor Oroliard was when he blew ftp the Tndepeiid encp station I did It all rlghtt said Orchard but first I had to frame up a get away and my ablll There was a man named Neville who hnda saloon down there He wasnt doing very well I was pretty friendly with him and I said Lets go to Cody WyoV The pa pers say things are doing up there Framing1 Ci an Alibi We got u team ani wagon stocked it up and Neville an 1 his boy about twelve and I stnrte away about 3 oclock one afternoon I shad decided to pull tha job off that light We drove ten or twelve miles and stopped and camped After supper the boy went to sleep and as Neville was getting ready for bed said I left fll t gun in Crip pie Creole Im gohls jbatk and get lt lean jump on a horse and be back by midnight hI got my horse and wept back to Independence wen yP to the sta lion leaving my horse behind a dump a couple of hundred yards away I had flexed my explosivN the night tore and planted my gun with the wire running down along the track to a switch behind the pile jof refuse All I had to do was to get in there mill pun the wire when the tr4l4 got In I heard the train coming end aw the fellows runnfjig down the hilL Then I got In uinoTIm LILLIG OP t to ray position got my WIre and waited for them to strike the platform After I did the job the getaway was easy The job was the flowing up qf nlnete n nonunion men thirteen of whom were torn limb from Imb and scattered to the four wliids and six of whom Were crippled for jlife h Tien I got back to the campf Or chard continued Neville was asleep and I turned in The next morning we started out early and triivqled all day without meeting anybody Along about night we passed a cabin where a man stood In the door reading a newspaper When did you leave jibe Creek be aslled Yesterday afternoon 3 oclock I answered Then you dont know the news he said exoltedly lIe read us the account and Neville turned to me with a queer look You didnt hear anything of this when ykwpnt back for your gun dill youi bp askbd Cer tainly not I answered butt I knew then that he suspected me They went on to Deuver and then to Cody where apparently they did not find things quite as they bad antici pated Orchard found ItJ expedient to keep on the move und wbn into Montana After the ludcpendencb excite mentiad subsided Ilaywopd sent for him anti on hls arrival n Denver formed him that Neville lad been back in Deuvcir and knew top hiich Ne yule had gone broke liu yomlng and with his boy had cturned and walked boldly into the iotficp of the fetlcKitlou I want some mohey he Bam meaningly and he gdt It J avjiir tfip l nr with tho wnthnia I IKxVVcV 1IrIINowisthe Timej 1 1 = 1 iijBuyYouri rII 1 I SS r tWater CoolersI ice Cream Freezers lRefrigerators Oil Stove z Hose for Sprinkling Grass Scythes ISnaths Lawn Mowers Washing Machines r i GARDEN TOOLS J i Such as Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes e4i iDontt ForgetS tt1 Our Diamond Edge line of Razors Shears Knives a Axes Etc Riey are the best 4Call and inspect our stock of the above We want you to see them 4 Ii bgj MCELROY SHULTZ- i j r iippe trig MvHIc vent on vt crom field KcOf a marked man He lived a year but under the constant survell Itmco of the federation About three months ago he died ot poIsoning the papers Charmed Life SIts not as easj to gltil man ns youd thluksnld Orchard author itatively He trled Governor Pea body so many times that he came to believe that yne sort of providence was guarding him Orchard and a man known by the name of Simpkins were on this Job for a long time Eventually they got a bomb down Just off the walk In front of the Peabody house and they spent days tryiug to get the governor One time Orchard stood with his hand on the wire with iSimpklus waiting across the street to give him the signal Just as the gov ernor stepped within the radius of tile Infernal machine a coal wagon backed up a few doors away with Its wheejs on the wire Once Orchard says he saw Govern or 1eabody carelessly sitting In line wltba window reading tbe room brightly lighted and the shades not drawn Immediately ise went for a bomb with the lIdea of placing It oi the window slttIt was a time fuse bomb with clock attachment All it needed was to be hooked together after It was hrposltJon Ill kept It In a dress suit case In his hotel and as he was going Qut of the room with It an Insurance wan came In Where is that dock he asked looking about the room Orchard said he had no clock but the man Insisted he heard one ticking Moreover he stayed so long that altogether his visit put that particular plan out of commission A Considerate Suicide A liveryman or Cleveland 0 hay lug decided to commit suicide sent in a call for an ambulance He then kill ed himself When the surgeon responded tg the call he found the man dead GUARANTEDB DRUG STORE i Simple Way to Cure Catarrh by Hyornel Without Stomach Dosing It is the height of oIly to dose the stomach with the internal medicinesi to cure nasal catarrh It cannot be cured except the catarrhal germs that are present in the nose throat and lungs have been first killed Dirtct local treatment by breathing Hyomei through the pocket inhaler that comes with rrFY9it necessary to kill the catarrhal germs and prevent their growth and formation The soothing air of Qybmei ratmoff the catarrhal germs and rids the system of the last traces of catarrh The complete Hyomei outfit of a hard rubber inhaler which can be carried in the purse or vestpocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hjomei and costs only one dollar while extra bottles can be obtained for 5C cents The Red Cross Drug Store wpenHyomell with the simple directions on the package or they will refund the money This certainly shows thejr faithand belief ic the vir tues of Hyouioi Mi Zion Echoes We are glad that March has 1 i marched put and April has come with her beautiful days Tne ftinners are glad of an opportu nity to begin their work Mrs Martha Neae who has been visitzIg her brother Mr SA Bayne has returntd to her horn at Chaplin Fork Herbert Crume and Vallas PiDkston were in Springfield last Monday Miss Eva Sutherland enter tained the following last Wednes day Misses Claudia and Nora Neale Francis Milton Lizzie and Nettie Huston and Rev Harrison Mrs Ollie Hays and Miss Grant Hays were in Bloom Held shopping last week Mrs Chas Williams and spn were the guests of her mother Mrs Thomas Dawson tear Bioom field Mr Clarence Mitchell bought of Mr U a Boota a cow and calf from35 three hifersat 4c per lb from J B Hays and a bunch of hogs from J B Hood 9 Puce unknown Miss Rilla Russell of Vanars dall is visiting the Russell home this week Our school is in a flourishing conditiop under the good training and management of Miss Nora Bonta The attendance of the district is unusually large also a number of pupils from other schools are attending They are Sue and MaryWilliams- of Mooresville district and Sallie Edith and Oscar Trent ard Theo Crow of Polin district THE TATTLER t Insurance- Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Kyi the only company int the state that makes any claim uf paying jts losses in full 3yr J 7W5 5 Jw5 5i 5 1NetVve L1AOEtf1lt DOES TOBACCO GROWING PAY Arguments in Favor of To bacco as a Money Mak ing Crop By a Grower 1 There has been considerable controversy in the county papers throcghoutlhe tobacco growing district as to whether 6r not to bacco growing is ct any advantage to the farmer The Owen County Democrat says that Owen county would be better off today if never a plant of tobacco nad been grown within her bor ders Mr C L Renaker grow er comes back at the Democrat as follews rDont you suppose if the farmer twenty years ago had combined with his neighbor and set a fair living and im provement price on his tobacco that not only Owen county but tho entire ttobacco belt would have been the banner country of Ataerica todcy so far as agricultural wealth is concerned It is a known fact among the farnnrs who raise tobacco that grass grows and thrives better after tobacco than any other staple crop Then why has tobacco ruined the country any more than seme other crop would have done You suggest that we shoud grow more grass raise alfalfa and feed stock- hatarewe up against to day in tbe cattle market A beef trust What are we up against today in the grain market Chicago grain pit What would we run up against if we raised more hay and sent it to market A feed trust and so on The first and most essential thing of all is for the farmers to organize and then we can raiae tobacco corn hay and various things and receive a ajust com pensation for our labor If w- eariueareas independent as our great law maeiffrgtcapitalist and many others woukr have us to believe we are wlvv not ass rtiour independence not keep mum and be run over by iho e who gain wealth by our toil IS feel thrtt the yourg farmer oftoday as a great battle to fight along commerciali lines our forefathers cleared the wilderness and transforoud it ino beautiful fields and fertile val leys Then came their children and transformed these into to I bacco fieds without knuirg- what they would get for crops grown on such fields Goose quently as I said in the1 begining the burley belt as well as many othe places whOre farmers art not combined is on the verge of bankruptcy Now we as young farmers have gut to make a price on what we grow and at the samn time improve and re pair what our fathers have torn up and let go to waste When wedo this we can call firming a professing and demand our share of respect from the business world PirailM Folds HOD37 and Tar Folay Co VChicapo originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for tile genuine Ask for Foleya Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute offeree as no other preparation 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 Drug Store Asleep on the Trestle Elmo Robertson aged 14 years son of Mr J 1 Robertson the jeweler and Samuel Herron aged 12 son of ex policeman Luther Herr n got drunk Sun- dayaridlay down on the rail road trestle near the colored Methodist church aid were soon in a drunken slumber They were discovered and dragged off just in time to prevent a train from crushing the life out of them On yesterday JohnShort aged 20 was at rested and pi seed in jail charged with supplying the two lads with the whiskeyi It is alleged that one of tbe buys gave him 10 cents and the other 15 cents and that he bought the liquor for them The parents are considerably wrought up over the matter Harrpdsburg Herald Tatham Springs tMr Elisha White Sr is stilt yery low l rs Rena Thompson is at the = bedside of Lee daughter Mrs Jessie Bird who iis very sick Robert Hardiq and family of this PHOJ haye moved to Nelson C iuritySMr Larkin Dan and 7sor George of i aril well vs tad relatives in the Pleasant Hill neighborhood Saturday and SUn- day mHyFranlrWillisburg SunddY to see tors Clark hl is very sick The members of the church at this place met last Sunday after SundaySchool classwbichinterest w think will be a gcod work Everybody is invited to attend every Sunday evening at 230 oclock p m Mastr Arrie the son of Mrs Rena Thompson happened to very unfortunate accident re cently A borse kicked him Striking his arm and mashed his wrist all to pices but we learn that be is getting along alright now spentSundayAnnie Royalty- SALESBill Calvin solda horse to John Calvin for 100 and b ught a horse from Erastus Corn for 110 HYACINTH it flo Any GOOd What good docs it do you to eat if your stomach fails to digest the food None Itdose you harm causes bel chiug1 sour stomach etc When the stomach fails aa little Kodol Dyspep sia Cure after each meal will digest what yyu eat an makes the stcmach sweet Kodol is a thorough dig stant and will afford relief from any disor der due to imperfect digeataot or mal assimilation Sold by C J Haydou New Hope Boy Killed The Louisville Times gives the following particulars of a deplorable accident that befell a highly esteemed NeUon county boy JPaul Masterson edeighteen years an employe of she H nry Vogt Machine Company was almost instently killed at 1145 clook this morning in the yards of ihe plant at Tenth Street anti Orrnsbfr avenue He was crush Sed belwren a swith engine be I ng Pg to tlie company and a frrdit mushed to pulp betweentJjS couping and death followed about ove minutes later According to a statement svti nut by the Henry Vogt Machine Company the boy attempted t make a coupling but he slipped jus as the engine and car were about a foot and a half tapir When hey came to getl e his head was caught be tween the pieces of iron Dr Thomas H Mulvey was caMed bntbtfore he arrived life was extinct Coroner Kelly was summoned aod he ordered the body removed to Bordens undertaking establishment at 539 Secord street Young Masterson was a son ot Nick Masterson of New Hope Kvi He had bean employed as a helper in the plant for about four months He boarded on Twelfth street ner Oldham Get ReMv For SDrin Living indoors so much during the winter months creates a sort of stuffy want os6zon3 condition in the blood and system generally Clean up and get ready for Spring Take a few Early Eiscrs These famous little piils cleans the liver stomach and bowls and give the blood a cuance to purify itself They relieve head ache sallow complexion etc Sold by C J Faydon Who Was The Loser A banker going home for his dinner saw a1O bill on th curb stone He picked it up and took the number home in order to find the owner Whie at home his wife remarked that the butcher had sent a bil amounting to 10 The only money he had wItllhim was the bill be had found winch he gave to her and she paid the butcher The butcher paid it to a farmer for a calf add the firmer paid it to a merchant whi in turn paid it to a washerwoman and she owing the banker a note of ten dollars went to the bank and paid the note The banker recogoized the bill as the one he had found md which up to that time had ppid 150 of debt On careful investigation he discov red that the bill was counterfeit Now will some of our friends tell us what has b3on lost in this tran sactioo acdby vihomilx Eqas fr HalchlRQ Mrs it A Mclntire Spring tieldKyRF D No 2 ha eggs frOm pure bred B P Rocks and S C Butt Orpingtons fcr sale at SI pf r 5 8 3m TBB BEST FOR ELECTRIC 3ILIOUSNESS AND KlDNEYS aJ POSTOFFICEv N RECEIPTS Largest In the History pf the Office Showing a Large f Volume of Business for Springfield The businessof a poatjffije iis considered a good indication of the condition of the business of a town The Springfield post offlce has shown a steady growtl in business from year to year and a marked increase in ihe postal receipts for the past year and for the Jast quarter Th total receipts from the sale o stamps alone for the quarter ending March 31st were 990 75 and the total for the fiscal year which closcjd wth that date was 340342 The receipts by quar ters for the entire year were a follows Quarter ending June 30 1905 79140 September 30 1905 80225 December 31I 81902 March 31 99075 lI pan thus be seen that the in crease in business has ben steady throughout the yearsIt is but another proof of the growth in the business of the town The rural routes have contributed materially to the postal receipts also but the pros perity of the town probably is responsibe for the greater part of it Mr X M Woltz of Parkers burg West Va Inspector ol Rural Mail Routes for the Post office department spent several days here last week going over the rural free deliveryroutes in this county and he reports them all in a very satisfactory condit tion Mr Waltz went over aud il reinspected RouteNo 5 which is the proposed new route tto Prederickstown and vicinity andc after making a few small changes will recommend to the department the estabishment this route rust when the ne route wil be put into operation is not defini ely known as such affairs necessarily move slowly bul there is scarcely a doubt tbat route No 5 will be esab i hed in the near future fePast SixlYin Danger More than half of mankind over I1 sixty years of age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders ushally enlargement of prostate gland Tu is iis both painful and dangerous and Foleys Kidney Cure should be taken j at the first sign of danger and it cotll recs irregularities and bas cured many old men of this disease Mr Rodney Barnett Roc port Mo rites I suflercd with enlarged l prostate gland and kIdney trouble for years and after taking two bottles ofI Foleya Kidney Cure If eel better than I have for twenty years although I am now 9 yearsoldsLetter From Mississippit Shaw Miss Editor of Newsi Leader I want to tell my friends in Old Kentucky about my new home We s a ted from Spring geld the fifth of March and e got to our stopping place Shawl the following flay As we did not have a house on our land we rented irom a Ineighbdr We will plant twenty acresofcolton ten of c rn and some milletand some sortjhum Land ready for the plow rents from five to seven dollars an acre People are very tthet much work in the crop as the men It Icoks odd to see them 6ut in the field with a tag tied Wolb9ught1 i half hands high and four years1 old for 325 Most everything iwehi statestandall If it had not been for ofI Daniel Neill a Keutucky of ours we would not have friendII here to day but he came CorresIpondingthe notion to come I shall ways feel grateful to Kir alII f r getting us here We live miles from church and 2tII uowfbut when we move on our orhahalf a mile to the railroad they are now building Wilt have it finished in a short time3There is a large lake close by with plenty of tine flair in it they caught one that weighed 180 pounds As we have io rock helretomako pikes it fete aw fujiy muddy in wintegso we1 have to go in big wagons ANNIEBROWN L1PNwurnei S wwIL5 V L 5 dSr li + itit + i1siSI I i t tzlOUISVillE KY I 4I l ISS I Commissioners Sale PlffsiFrancis Perkins Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 t pclock pm or thereabout being court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the following de scribed property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the 3ums of money so ordered to be made TWo tracts of land situated on the waters bf the Big Beech Fork in Washington countv Ky anti forming one connected body of land as follows Beginning at a stake in JohiReeds line near a gate thence with said Reed N T2i E8G poles to a storie corner to said Reed in John Barperfs line thence with said Bar i18l poles to along pin oak on the sidQence with the old fence 84 poles t0noak S 6 AV 23 25 pojes toa stake at the to Basil Hayion and also corner to Henry Offutt now tract No2 in deed filed m petition thence with Offutt W l E 76t 25 poles containing 621 acres as aforesaid The second tract iis bounded as fol lows Beginningat a stone Northeast in Basil Ha3dons line thence with Hay ons line East and with the bluff o corner of Tract No 1 thence with said line to a black lr ree in Reeds line corner to first ract thence West to a stone in corner of Reedsht and the beginning contiinihff lu acres more or less Amt of note and interest 69411 dosts 4415 11Total to be raised 73886 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bpod4 bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be required to comply prmnptly with these terms jjM G LEACH IflN MCWVCC Special prces on evaporated Peaches p unes mackerel white fish ttcnt Johnson McCabe 1meTisWearStore1 Combining High S class Goods j LOwCPrices and the4Sk Newest Exclu sive Styles a Magnificent Stock i1ft najlorcdI Suits IIi CoaislJresses Skfrte Waists j t and5ummerIGoOdst t No Trip To Lomt t ttyule Is Complete Withokt Sy To ThisSij Railroad Fans Xif4 ed from April 2 t014tMembers ot Retail Mtrtitf i AssocLatIA rJLJGJTMANCOJsc- i Jil1SI Februaryternihereof containing62i torITlargeblack lotIaI Commistioners Sale Firt National Bank of Springfield PllT vs Coleman Stigall cldits By virtue of Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1906 in the above styled cause for the sumof 31000 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the paidIl Court House door in SprinffieJ3lCyv ON MONDAY APRIL 23V 18 J1at 2 oclock pm or thereabout beiag court day to the highest a d HpQflaIso ordered to be made A tract of land situated in Washington county Ky on the Beecklaad and Lincoln Run turnpike and bounded asfollows It is designated as lot No 3 in the case 6f W T Stipllltc vg JSW Kelly c in the Washington Circuit Court Beginning at A al stone and two oaks corner to the late U E Litsey thence with same N 351 W 20 25 poifis to B a stone corner to same thence N42JE43 poles to C a small branch corner to same thence down and with the meanders of same 131 35 poles to W corner to lot No 2 U T Stigall thence with lIne l02t S 65 noles to L stake cu 8 same thenc with line of sane S IE 33 35 poles toXS atcortr ilk- barn i lot hence S 501 = tK a stone in line of dower polestosame thence S 26 12 E 27 35 poles td D a stakein the county road corner to said dower thence with Iline of same S 15J E 56 35 poles to A astcme in said B L Litseys line thence with sail linCN 48 E 60i pOleS to the be ginning containing 58 acres Note and interest 1G326T Cost 4325 Total to be raised 107592 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execWte bonds bearing legal interest from date of ale until paid and havingtkefoice and effect of a Judgment fA Ika will atieexecuted Bidders willbe jeqHire o comply promptly with these tent M G LEAGHMAN AI c W C Cj it Why not bring your proic r and at all times gettbe bMt market price for it Just Ihiak Socper IIb for butter the hiijest I market price for eggs cub if prefered C W Hagan It Roadadhe and Eye Strain 15i Iis one bjf he greaet enemies cf mankind How maj en dure day after day this nerve racking Ttrfntth i fpi cpain without thought of Its origin Eighty per omkef mil theadaches are caused by defeclnrei eyes aM with prop Glasses all distressing pain would vanish We ri Examine Your Eyesr t r J thoiougbly anal fit Glasses to all defects and gisrit ass i o isfiction Call and seethe New InviEibi BCfccaJ GftMMk A Glass to see far and near with no seam MM cmck k kit r seen when on the face The Kryptor TW KaMiMH L 2 f- nd The ToricsightS jW 0 Grigsby the Optician will make his rIrtii1is SPRINGFIELD agaIn this year Ht will U ia Spt4 rfield the s2ond Saturday of this oathi APRIL 14Uv WCGisbyi1ieOptihn- BAfifiSTOWN 7 J1r 14 RISKED LIFE TO 1JsrOPTRAINS r 6 lIttSt Deal From J f TIjs SLEvers With ttseiiif Haiids- i IE Fill j tfGWN STAIRS WIk We BMP Castes la His Head and k hkHTMl hj ries He Climber lack t8 His Post off 11 o Duty With Wood pouring from two terrible 4I fashes In his head and Injured Inter r Bally James Scales twentytwo years old climbed n steep Iron stairway Into tbe signal tower of the Lackawnuna r1kaI1ioad at DenvIMe N J and set all the signals against trains Sea C3 then left the tower nnd managed to reach bis hOme two miles distant IwherO the doctors found his condition critical Scales was Injured by failing from the tower For several Lours It was thought that Scales bad been murdered and his vlxkly carrr doff and concealed The jh5trala to be halted by the signals agk passenger No 454 with com J muters for New York The engineer t stopped his tralii close to the tower bouse and climbed the stairs He 4 t found all the switch levers smeared with blood There were big splotches of blood oil the door and examining the stairs the engineer found blood stains all the way to the ground He became convinced that the towerman bad been killed and his body removed Kent once telephoned to the Lacka wanna officials and detectives write sent out on a special train from Jersey City The sleuths were completely puzzled until the suggestion was made by n trainman that IInquiry be made In Scales home One detective went to the house while several others remain ed with a score of country folk to search in the brush and woods sur rounding the tower in the belief that Scales body might be hidden there i llil1IJ DBAQQHP HIMSELF TO TIlE TOP 2Scales was half unconscious In bed when the detective came to the house He had expended all his strength in his desperate struggle to reach his 1 j home and sunk from weakness at the door of his home Scales told a re inarkable story He said that he was about to go down the stairs from the tower house when his foot slipped nnd he shot downward His head struck against the iron steps and his body struck with crushing force t cgulnst the iron rail of the stairs He slipped from the ron at the bottom ofj I the steps to the ground and lay there unable to move for about fifteen min utes Itt was Scales belief that he had been insensible for about ten minutes ti When he realized his predicament he Income filled with alarm lest his ab sence from his post might result In a t traIn wreck He resolved that he must r gain strength to climb back to set the byjstep Jie dragged himself to the top Ha had lbeen unable to stanch the flow of blood from the cuts on his head and th wounds bled freely while be wrestle with the levers and finally re versed them nil Fear Hundred Mile With a 3fadman Sergeant Field of the northwest mounted police recently arrived at Ed- t2iuontonAlbe1ta from the Fort Chlppe wa district with a trapper named Drown who Mil become a raving maniac on account of the solitude of hlsr surroundings The 400 mile trip tmade under most trying dlUIcnl ties owing to the fact that Brown was in such a condition that the policeman was obliged to strap him down to the dojjfr sled lie refused to eat and Ser geant Field wais obliged to force food Into Ills mouth F ir four days the Jour T ney eoUtli was especially arduous because the madman continuously strug gled to regnlu his liberty tone time n hllzznrtl overlook hem and they were QMigotl tor keek shelter under n huge plus tnv whOre they wore snow ed under for two days Brown Is now eafely lodged In the Bruudoikasjluru ii t Anti flout a School The invasion of an army of ants 0 broke up the third grade Suffolk Vaj High school and tbe UeaeSert Miss Elsie Urquhart after a losi t tiebetween ber fmpib and UlelJo1sectS dismissed school She retripain and confusion and summoned help Principal Gates the janitor and others continued thd battle but It was three hpurs before school kept agajh A woman teacher says there were aboutSCO battalions of the ants eacBjrlth a recognized leader and each battalion 5000 strong jr J W PleeJ Net e Xlii ormedr1MalIY e Jthe members of the s 0t dtI If the girl Violate the rule they niwrt pay a Lie of 5 or be suspended iir bJlllJtr e4tMt WaiblBX Woole GarBieat TVooleir garments require careful washing Ttcotbes should be placed to soak in water In which soap has been boil ed up 1I To about every six gallons of water or sufficient for washing six large garments anti several smaller articles add three tablespoonfuls of liquid ammo uui which removeS grease deposited by perspiration Any good soap may be used but ammonia soap which torriblnes ammonia In the proper proportion recommend cd The proportion to pe used Is three fourths of a pound In six gallons of water Cover the clothes well up as the sus tamed heat assists the removal of grease After an hours soaking wash out by drawing through the hand avoiding rubbing Very dirty spots should be brushed with a sot brpsh To thoroughly remote the soap rinse out twice In lukevarm water CZAR PAULS WIG AU Officer Teak d It and Won a Bet nnd Promotion f Paul the ecccntrjc czar of Russia assassinated In 1S01 was verypat Lieu Jar as to his dress and considered tri fling matters as Qf supreme Impor tance This peculiarity was once taken advantage of by hn officer of the guards Major Vdksell to win a bet The major the wildest joker in the army wagered several hundred rubles that he would tweak the tall of the em Iperors wig on parade The very uext day tbe emperor happened to be present at an early parade and as destiny ruled It took a posI- tion for n moment immediately In front of the daring major Breathless with excitement and terror Vaksels com panions beheld that rash officers right hand steal slowly from his side rise to the levellpf the czars neck and give the wigs hanging tail a most de cided tweak In an Instant the emperors face pale with fury was turned upon VaK sels countenance which however only reflected an expression of child like innocence mangled with the most deferential listoulshment Who dared to do that asked the enraged czar his eyes giving flashing evidence that his most dangerous mood was upon him i I did your majesty said Vaksel who however his heartmay have flut tered managed to pr serve outwardly an unruflled calm together with an expression of innocent surprise It was crooked your majesty he added In a confidential undertone I straightened it for fear the younger officers should see countenance cleared at once IPaulI fixedly however at yak locking face for some seconds Vnkser adipltted afterward that this was the trying moment and he had said to himself If I waver Im lost Then the czar spoke and spoke so that allnjilgbt hear I thank you colonel he said It ever a step In rank was gained by the purest effrontery it was so acquir ed on this occasion and Vaksel left the field not only promoted to a covet ed position Imthe guards but richer by many hundred rubles as the result ot his wager CILLI lION UNDER THE CZAR i Refined Girls Thrown Into Diugeons Stripped Beaten and Buried by BeasUike Officers The daughter of General Izmallo rich who was condemned to death on March 2 lien sentence later being commuted to Imprisonment tfor life has created a sensation In Russia similar to that caused by Mile Splrldonovo the seventeenyearold girl who shot M Luzheuoffsky chfcf pf the secret police of Tamboi Mile IzmalloVIch has succeeded In sending out alletter from her prison She says the police kicked her Into In sensibility and subsequently at the po lice station tore off her clothes subjected her to indignities beat and cursed her spat Iu her face and struck her with such force qn the side of her head that an eardrum was broken A letter from MHaj Splrldonovo was published on Feb 25 In St Petersburg In which the writer said that after her arrest for shooting M Luzheuoffsky she was knocked down and beaten by CoSsacks with svhlpp and rifle butts was dragged by herhalr downstairs to a sleigh and was taken to the police station There M1I0 Splrldonovo was undressed and thrust Into a damp cold cell where she was subjected to eleven hours of torment In order to force her to reveal tbe names of her accom plices Two officers repeatedly kicked her across her cell tearing her hair burning her ilesh with their cigarettes and threatening to abandon her to the Cossacks unless she confessed Her skull was fractured In two places one eye was Injured and her body was a mass of brulseajfrpm head to foot T e procurator at Tambov Investi gated the case and reported that he found the allegations of crusty to In correct but no Action was takjn t eSTRANGE ADVICE Dr C ttelJtfoato t1 Vn our Almanac for imany years past we have given unusual advice to thon afflicted with cough colds throat or lung i troubles or consumption We have tolfl specialI theirJman Syrup makes it bossible forus to give such advice fWe know by the ex perieuceofover years that one 7scent bottle of German SyrUp will speedily lieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troubles and that even in bad cass of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work wondess 4Nef trial bottles 250 reg whir size 75c At all druggists t Sold bj C J Hnytfon r KILLED BY ADEADMANP- stortern I Murder Accempliskedf- cy Fiendish Ingenuity of Suicidal Suitor GAVE POISON TO illS GIRL Tcld Her It Was a Love Charm Then Vient Away and Killed Himself f She Ate Deadly tablets and Died In Agony Stranger than all the tales of the pol s nlngs of the Borgius and surpassing nil stories of death pacts by disappointed sweethearts are the circum stances surroundiugothc death at Pat erson NJ vi Mae Agnes Morton a young Voniau of nineteen who a month after tie death of her suitor James Boucher by his own hand fell a victim to the dead man a murderer In his surpassing belief jin the wonderful power of the young wom ans love for him could have Inspired the far reaching plot and sent tjie young man to his grave confident that his sweetheart Innocent of any Inten tion upon her own life but trusting in the efficacy of the potion he hail left with her at their sad parting would sooa follow him to the hereafter- It was the law of the Roman Catho lie church which forbids the burial of this self slain in Consecrated ground that brought to light the remarkable story of love suicide and postmortem murder Miss Morton well connected and socially prominent who lived with her father Alexander Morton at 72 Madison street Peterson met some mouths ago James Boucher a young man of excellent ancestry the nephew of Dr William A Norval of 381 Main street a member of the Patersou board of freeholders The young man and woman became sweethearts but for some reason there was objection to their marrying oil the part of Miss Mortons family and after the opposi tion to their courtship had continued for some time and bad only served to cement the bond of affection between them the young man despairing of his suit decided to leave Paterson Before the final parting the plot for the death of Miss Mortonnnd himself must have formed In his mind and at the last he put it Into execution He gave tohis sweetheart Just before he leffi Paterson an envelope containing a number of tablets He told her that they were a love potion or charm and MAE AGNES MOBTOS that she should take one of them every time she thought of him when he was absentOn 0 Boucher was found dead In his room In the Lackawuuua hotel In Scranton Pa It was at first be lieved that he had died of heart fail ure but a further examination showed that his death had resulted from nice curial poisoning and that he hud killed himself Miss Morton grieving over the tragic death of Boucher nnd constantly thinking of him remembered a few days ago the tablets In the envelope and took a number of them Immediately the girl was taken ill and Dr James Smith was called The physician diagnosed the case as gas tritis lie prescribed for her but Mlsa Morton grew rapidly worse After four days of suffering the phy fUcIun told her she was going to die Then she told about the tablets James left them for me before be went away she said You will find 4l ipowder from some of them iu an en velope The physician and the girls father found the envelope and Upon examin lug the contents discovered she had taken corrosive sublimate The physi clan questioned her and she said ebb had swallowed the dose hi entire Inno cence of Its character Father Gillcn of St Josephs church was sent for and when the circum stances were told him he accepted the ghrls story and administered the last rites of the church In gret pain the girl died a few moments later County Physician A F Mcprlde was notified and signed a death certificate of suicide but this theory was rejected by the church which gave the body a burial from St Josephs THE SACRED LOTOS There Are Pretty Leecndu of Song and Story About It Fruit Concerning the rich fruit of tbe lotus which grew luxuriantly in the Nile mauychariiiing legends have beeb told It was believed that it was so delight ful that those who ute of It would nev er leave the SlOts where Jt grew hut for It would abandon home and friends to spend their lives in n dream of se rene delight Homer In the Odyssey mentions the lotus enters who lived on tbe northern coast of Africa and records their attempts to detain the fol lowers of Ulysses by giving them the fruits of the lotus to eat so that they should never wish to leave the spot where It grew TIiesaniepoetical Idea Is known to the Arabs who call ltthe fruit of des tiny which Is to be eaten In para disc and it Is on this foundation that Tennyson built his charming poem of the Lotus Eaters This mythical lotus has been Identified by several botanists with that Indigenous to Tu ber1rlesMungo Park found a species of lotus Ia rcatral America Iftarbju berries at a envious taste Which tug i tIand pounded made very wlikqiiea- nd pleasant bread The lotus fruit aiImottherefore probable that this plant fur ulshed the foundation of the ancient legends The sacred lotus of the Egyptians wan a flue aquatic plant dedicated to EgrpltIl1Iation of the world Distinct from this lotus wus that known as the blue lotus of the Nile also a sacred plant Both Jhese species of lotus occur frequently as reiglous symbols and decorations Itr t the tcmulcs POWDERiNG THE HAIR Hie Way Thin Cuctom In Said to Have The custom Originated of powdering the hair dates back us far as the sixteenth century and was first introduced by the nuns In French convents Those who hall occasion to leave the cloisters for any reason were wont to powder their hair so as to wake It appear gray and give them n Venerable look The fashionable dnmej were sd struck with the novel effect of white powder on dark hair tlint they soon appropriated the device as one of the arts of the worldly toilet Out of this grew the use of tints In the hair The Roman women often used blue powder and later in 1SGO Empress Eugenic set the fashion of using gold powder Rome under the emjiire and Qreece during the time of Pericles were seized with a mania for golden hair The belles and fops of the day devised several methods whereby black locks aught be changed to golden yellow but bleaching did not always succeed Co- nS quent1 quite a trade was establish ed with the fair hatred tribes beyond he Alps who sold their locks to Latin merchants to beworu on the heads of Roman dandles Manv a dame dampened her raven tresses In the strongest of muriatic acid and sat in the sun to blench her hair to the coveted yellow Others used lye and afterward anointed theii1 I beads with oil made from goat fat nslns of the beech tree and certain yellow flowers The Itinerant barber who passed down and out when people ceased to use powder In their hair was quite a perspnUge In Vis lay He went from house tot house armed with a soap bowl to fit the chin powder boxes po mutuin and putTs was always a news monger and also a gratuitous scandal bearer When wigs were In vogue the Roman dames had In their wardrobes as ninny wigs as costumes and when the choice of a wig was made It was nec essary to arrange the eyebrows lashes and complexion in harmony It was then that the slaves were specially charged with the makeup of the face a delicate operation called by Cicero Medicaments cautions et ruboris There were some cunning devices in yogue among tbe belles of the oil world for giving expression to the eye The most reckless of them were wont to place a single drop of that deadly poison pnisslc acid In the bottom df a wine glass and hold it against the eyes for jv vsthreA i aid of more rashly still they would take a small quantity a piece not larger than a grain of rice of an ointment contain ing tthat mortal drug atropia sad rub It on the brow Eah of these was sup posed to give clearness and brllliaiuy eXlmud the pupil and Impart a fasci nating fullness and mellowness to the eye Certain slightly pungent and ol atile perfumes such as oil of thyme were occasionally worn on the hand kerchief causing the eyes to glitter and sparkle The eye was male to ap pear large full and almond shaped by 1the use of a flab pencil dipped In anti mbiiiul sulphur or Egyptian blqck rubbed upon the lids along the angle TJS 17 until For Forty Mile George S Crosuiqn a sailor who was Working his way to Sun Francisco was ialmost frozen to death while rid ing on the blind baggage of a Luke Shore train from Elkliart lad to Chicago Crosman who was riding be hind the tender wns constantly sprayed by water Avhld the engine picked up from a trough Iictwedn the tracks while In motion He could not jump and was forced to endure lila Icy bath for two hours When the train stop IUd at the Englewood station the crew was surprised to see a figure coated with Ice He was tnkentoa hospital where It was said he was In n danger otis condition from the exposure i For THinf Babies Fat is of great account to a baby that is why1 babies are fat If ydur ScottsEi wants The health baby stores as fat what it does not need immediately for bone and muscle1 Fat babies are hilppy they do richItheir fat is l aldup for time of need They arei happy because they are comfortable The fat stir rounds their little nerves and cushions them When they are scrawny those nerves are hurt at every ungentle touch They delight in ScottsEnuill sion It is as sweet as wholesome to them ISend for free sample Be sure that this picture la the form of a label Is on the OIlEmulslonyoubuy Scott ST ftowne- Chenlsts 4O94t5Ffart Strut Jfew York 50s and 100 DrugS Sourp StomacHNo nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discov ery 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 Ravenswood W Va says ijas troubled with sour stomach for twenty years Kodol cured rite and we are now using It milk for baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 2J4 times the trial size which sells for 50 Prepared by E DWITT C centsI SEVEN DAYS IN A SHIPS HOLD If Dry Macaroni the Food and Rats the Companions of Neapolitan Stowaway When the Italian liner Citta dl Xa poll front Naples and Genoa was sev en days out of the latter port on her way to New York one of her heard a tapping in the hold ottlcersI ship An inspection of the ship was ordered by the captain of the liner and twcuty minutes later the searchers found a young Italian almost etarveuj prostrate on top of some cases of maca void several of which he had opened to obtain food lie was weak with hunger and thirst but the Jirst thing he asked for was a cigarette The Italian whose name Is Guido Alfredo bad stowed himself away at Naples At Ellis Island Alfredo told through nu Interpreter the story of his stay in the hoIdf the Clttadf Napoll I so wanted to come to the great country on tills side of the ocean be said that wlien I saw that I had a chance to get on the ship without any one seeing me I could not keep from stealing on board It was so hot and stuffy In that place For days that GIVE liE CIGARETTE seemed like years I lav there It was dark pitch dark all the time and r was never certain whether It was day or night Sometimes I could hear the people above me as they walked about and thou I guessed that the sun must be shilling t I could hear the people talking sometimes but Jt was ouia faint murmuring that seemed miles away this time the little water I had In the little bottle was going and I knew that the time must soon come when it would be empty One day I lifted the bottle but there was no wfiter It slewed that my tongue would dry up and then l1 began 16 forget things No longer I heard the people above me and no more could I distinguish the murmuring of tire things that they ihK I could hear the hirnlq every now find then lH they scampered about the ship Sometimes they seemed so near as they dashed past me that I trembled nncl sweated for Was weak and fast u ltlarr vraker One day I awoke from my stupor for a moment or two and I knew that unless 1 got out of that place soon I would never leave It alive This terrible foreboding gave me a little strength I found a piece of wood anti managed to get It over my head anti began to tap on the wall above1 me A little intern Ug Sailor found me nnd curried mo on deck You will never know hOW 11l the daylight Isun ui like niV you have suffered alone with only the rats for company long In the darkness I INSANE INDIAN EATS IllS SQUAW Driven by Hunger to Cannibalism He Devours His Children Too In desperation horn of hunger the Indians of the Kuskokwliu river sec tlou of Alaska have been driven to cauniballsniSOne Indian insane from lack of food killed Ills squaw nUll In the most cold blooded manner proceeded to cat the hotly Wlieu he realized what he had done he was afraid to communicate with any of his own people or the pros pectors who are In that country and In a short time was confronted with tin gnuic situation as before Then the llt tic chllheamct the same fate as the mother The Indian then static his way to the camp of some other lu diilns where he told of his crfuiur lie li at present living uuiojg his own people who perslstQiitly shun him Took 3IucJIueorPolon Follpvrlng a ijuanel with his wife Albert He Long Jr of Shamokiu Pa swallowed what thought was poison The bottle contained mucilage which stuck in his throat nnd almost suioth cred him For sonic time his jaw were locked fast Ills wife laughed nt huh lie trlcd tto chide her but big tongue was pasted faust to thii root of his mouth The couple later be came reconciled Drovmoil la Sight of his untie William Shant n young miller of drownedrecnlhIIUon Conewlngo creek Iae W1T DUew Industrial business nowa dnyS Is as simple as a fairy talc The young man must find out bow to kill the drhgon the dragon of competition Saturdaf Evening rOt J 7 INCOL JOHN 1 1 iCL 1I OzmarjSilverdndulthwas sold for 521000 and vasjalcen to ItalyV t Onward Silver is a son of Onward 1411 record 225J and the sire of nine performers with records of rfrom 105 to 210 and the sire of the dams of 13 with records of214 and better Onward is a son of George Wilkes 222 and out of Sylvian Maid by Aberdeen slrJof Kentucky TIniorr2 07 COL JOHN Is damis KateHundley sired by NabothalO son oiWalsinghamby Geo Wilces Kate Bun Jeys first dam was Helen Hf dam Clarett 228 by Metropolitan son otambletthiianlO and fpll brother to Riena Victoria dam of Euclid 219 and Pririceton 22034 Riena Victoria sold for 4800 at McFerranjs sale ri H Second dam Nelly Anderson dam of Worry 228 by Gills Vermont sire of Bonner Boy 223 atidtdams of 13 in fr f i 230 or better also sire of the dam of Gambetta Wilkes 219 sire of Eyelet 208JJ4 Guinette 2oij Lottie dIlt205 4 aud seventyfive others better jthap 230 f jy Third dam Miss Anderson bv Garrard Chief P riCOLV 7 i lv 15 ito Insure a Living Cq lcrI will also stand at the s4ne plate my fine stallion BLACK BIRD at i8 to Insure at v Colt to Stand and Suck i Have also two fine Jacks which will stand t8 to Insured Living ColteParties having mares to breed are invited to call at my tables one mile southwest Springfield on the Springfield and St Mary pike and see my stock Care will betaken to avoid accidents but vt J IU1 i i iwIll should moneyduet c S1vester 8ri1ithtit To Cure a Cold in One Day Tak Lax tiv Bronlo Qtiini e TaNets A j xSevea Mfflkm bores soW in post 12 moatbs This usaature t25C + ciJ- I QI I Reduced It will pajjoutot Phone me at the depotiryou have hauling 10 do Try and see Old Rube i is not readvto retire from i business J L Allei PHONE 22 = arcI4c S y HOWE- SRdgJCQth tPf t- JJaLASSEL Something New and entirely dffercrt firm old style Made in regular ad jug glasses and in near sighted and far sighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style uperior in every wa- yWeGuarantee t them and will promptly refund monty if they fail to give perfect satisfaction II you have aiW eye trouble write us mpntioning his paperand well tell you how to get a pair of Toriccjid Glasses that will relieve yobr rouble if its not incurable IT JJ Howe Coj Opticians L ouisviIIe Ky Jt CHARLIE B i Draft horse iron greyjljS hands high weighing about 1230 pounds will ma t S3 a son at my place one mile from Valley Hill on the Springfield nd Bio om field pike at 10 To Insure a Living Colt t Money is duewhen colt is foaled mare parted with or bred else where Lien retained on all cols to secure payment of sejr vice fee SAM G TUCKER It F D Nol Spricgfield Kyj Ti ees Plants Vines For the spring of 1906 the Blue Grass Nurseries at Lexing ton Ky t offer a full stock 6f Frujt and Ornamental tre s Evergreen Shrubs Str v berries Grap i Vines Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus AgentsStrawberry logues on applcation to HF UllLENMEYER SONS 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE f PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGN COPYNIGHTS etc Anyone sending a sketch and descntpUon may qnickir ascertain our cNnloo tree wuothar itivettOon II prflisbiy patentable Communle- lllIIllItrlcfeonudonliAl on Patent for iecurUifjpatcnt- iIntonu taken tlirouah ilunn ft Co recelTO tpttiatnntU wiHioutclnrtre lathe Sckntific Jlm ric m hnnrtsomolr Illnttrated weekly Jj nrc t elf cnlatluti tit any felenUUa Journal Term ear Sold brail ewsdealen N NV i New York Brauclipfflcc a V Bt WMhton D aEl EgE i3E- E6 s a = GERMAN COACH HORSE t1i t R DCODmj r m j J f ILIiY1J i IRadcod is an imported German Coach Horsey- gj lJ d registered inGermany and in this country Hehasq t been brought tJ Washington county at a great j c1nse by a party gentlemen who seek to lII1p exmm vi the character of the horse stock by introducing IM heavier type aW horse iis1 16 14 hands high and 1This s He is perfect fn form and style and I11has god action Ifjl Theusual rules and terms for stallions apply II WASHINGTON COUNTY BREEDERS ASSOCIATION = la 2b aIIn it Ill Clubbing List for 1906 ii =We offer below an attractive cluLbing list which inclu esi 1i nearly all the city papers andJeadintf magazines All new caah J 1r subscribers andall who pay up and renew will jbe given the lNEws f DEADER and any of the papers below for one year t Louisville Post dal yf i43 50 If Courier Journal daily 4 640 Times da ly 1 i SJXyl ILcnisville Herald daily 1 3XJp t CourerJournalI weekly it iiv50 o ILouisville 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able Equipments and facilities unsur t passed lAME E CALDWELL LELAND HUME rD WEpl- Ideat a Gcal Kaaacer Svey AMt Gel Wgt Trsai A FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap Colonists Rates to regon Washington Montana British Columbia Nevad UlohIWyomirg New Mexico Arizona Colorado and California Points ROUND TRIP r Home fEtkcrsExrutSiOt- oiri ny points West y Drop postal card for partscnars F wk GREENE D PAv WaS sh RR LQuisville Jy i Witt =1IvS Fir P11 jwrs ris WHYNOT rr4 r qJ OWN JJir AGOQD l If SEWING t r iACHINEi IiWhen you can buy one vn the iifinstallmen plan at JJjo 1 PllWt M Mouth i titY tias welll tI3 second band one which ih 1l jUsenat fiom 25Qrto ISO v Hi f Also sewing machine suppliei i GeoJlaylorr1 ij =i DRJMJ BURTON R1DENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OieuIa Mi Sloelr mp stairs SPRINOF11BLD KY 0AU Dental Work Strictly j jjj Fintcltss IP J JHLAJIPTONuR J C MUDD lAiPTON 4 MUP- DftjMdws lid Simons Offices over Haydons Drugstore w FIG RIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW Oc over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY JLB ROBARDS M W FYATT r RBARUS HYATTe njsiciais and Surgeons Office over McElroy Shultz DR JH HOPPERr PHI CIAK and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Xf e 97oJ Haans GroceryC IlHWel1c71 DR If TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice l P ntal work raasonable prices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOIINYMAYSf FUNERAL uiKtCTOR AMDLllipD EMBALMER It TELEPHONEaDAY1glNIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY tlKlrodScFo1J wing is the time schedule now in effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville a q 410 pm Bardstown Junction 602 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p nr No 42Leaves Springfield at o 630 am Bardstown 617 am t Bardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisyille 755 am J f No 48 Leaves Louisville at 780 am Bardstowo Junction gao amk Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm- No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pmhBardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays oblyLeavesa Springfield at 715 am tjwn 8 am Barolstown Junction J 845 am arrives at Louisville 835 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm Bonds8 Carriage Repair Shop All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles on hand for sale I have for sale now one new nand made buggy new hand jmade spring wagon and a good econd handspring wagon I will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash WH BOND- Springfield Ky f FRESH BREAD t RCJlp AND CAKES Baked Duly Aiyyays good always fresh We 1iveri new Baker who isan ar ti 1imaking good things Sx Leaves of Bread for 25c Hertlien Confectionery SC B Leghorns i Exclusively Eggs for sale 100 for 15 rI lfgQjfor30 k Mus t N REED c RFDNoof 4 tIAdstrat Notice t F All persons taving claims against the estate of Isaiah iPratber deceased are notified to pVesentsame properly proven Orior to my attorney ffiSDewis at Jais oft C3 in Spring or before ayl0 1906 for aetTIizVininitr4or I I I TOWN r w Wfi inWi Wfi Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest II Ii AIlAbout Yourseir Friends II IIand Acquaintances 9 IP OL ion sets atJohnson t Mq Cabes If you want a saddle or pair wagon breechingi see Campbells See Leatiihmans r china ware before buying Alfaietiesof sweet peas at Johnson McCabe Garden seeds of all kinds at Johnson McCabe II Dont forget ourj 15c coffee Johnson McGabej tI 8 bars of good laundry soap 25c cash at Johnson M CabesI Strawberries received Friday night at Johnson McCabes Campbells grocery still sells icA sour pickles at 5c a dozen Try them Will make a special price to lose out white fish J Joji nson McCabe 1T i Wheijit comes to neap dishes we capkfQck thetIt black out at Campbells Fishiug tasklej qqseins trot lines hooks etc at Johnson M c arSpecial prices oh tinware gfaniteware etA ktt Jphnson McCabe Baby carriages and go cars ow on sale at Leacbmans the urnitureman Lettuce radishes cucumbers tomatoes new onions etc at Johnson McGabes Garden sedort Ii knds bulk nd packages onion sets of all kinds at 0 W Bagans- Grigsby the optician is at he Walton hptelj the second Saturday of each cponth Lonnie Campbell pas for sale a nice 4year old black mare andI black mare mule by her sideI l If you are going to have a sale f any kind you dant afford not to get Campbell price FOR SALTA cjhurcii chande lier in perfect ojcler with six lights Inquire of G W Lyon If you wantt nice country hams or shoulders know that I ave them G W Hagan Bring us your b conhams u1 shoulders Highjest market price Johnson i McCabe Our car load spring furniture will be in about the 20th See us and get pries Campbells Grocery Special sale of carpets rugs mattings linoeums and wallpaper all of next week at Rob ertso lBrosiI We still want tour eggs and chickens If you dont want goods we have gotthe money at Campbells 12 piece decorated toilet sets from 350 tQ 5bDont fail to see them before buying at Laachmans A specialpic4oi 98c the pair for anextr good lace cur tain 42 to 45 nches wide and 3 yds long at the Big Store W C Grigsby the optician of Bardstown win beat the Wal ton hotel Saturc ay April 14th to test the eyes 1fit and adjustj glasses See the beautiful 9 by 12 room size tapestry rugs for the special price 6f 1393 and 14 198 at Robertson Bros Sale be gins Monday morning r TOPICS i 5SMMMMJC4M MMHS OMS See Grigsby the glass fitter at Walton Hotel Saturday April 14 FOR RENTFlat above C W Hagans store Desirable for family or offices Apply tto C W Hasan Dont miss the carpet and rug sale at Robertson Bros next week Special display begins Monday morning at 9 oclock r 25000 feetFOR SALE About i6f oak and ash lumber sawed to suit the purchaser Ij v JihnAl Tucker twill have fdr the Easter trade a lot of cut and potted flowers Will be on sale Satur day April i4th f EACox- A 56 piece decorated china dinner set for only 7 at Leach manes the furniture man YOJJ must see it to appreciate it3 Mrs Kitty Lanham anold and respected lady of the St RoseI neighborhood died Monday ardf was buried at St Rose Wednesday morning She was the mother J of Mr Bud Maitingly Mr Sylvester Smith was lasb- weekoffered 800 for his fine jack Black Boy by a Western jack buyer Mr Smith refused to sell as he wishes to keep the animal the reinainderof the sea son Now is the time to turn loose f your surpulus bacons it wprth more to day than jt may pe tomorrow hams shoulders sisjowlsarewbat I want Cash i preferd C W Hagan Potato season is here and my supply is complete both in qual ity and prices I bought at the right time and it will pay you to calV and get my prices before buying C W Haganb Auck S M Campbell reportso thesale of Mike Lanham on April 6h as being well attended and everything selling high 60 pound shoats at 525 per bead 3 mares all in foal by j cktt ranging in age from 6 to 10 years old brought as follows 200 21259 and 225 The farm rented until Jan 1 1907 at 176 The remains of Miss Liz ie Edelen who died at Lebanon llast Sunday night of Consumpt ipn were brought to this place Tuesday and burried at St Dominic cemetery The deceased was 20years of age anda Daughter Of the late Mr Ed Edelen or this county The fathar died in this county about seven years ago and the widow and children then moved to Lou isvi le tolive About two years ago Mrs Edelen died and later onone of the youneer children was run over and killed by a street car in thstreets of Louis ville Sunday School Institute Rev T J Watts Sunday School Missiona ry of the Bap list State Mission Bqard will hold an institute at the spring field Baptist church The in stitute will pen Friday night April 20th and continue through Sunday the 22d Rev Watts is an experienced and uptodate Sunday School man and iio teacher or officer in tbt town or county can well afford to miss hearing him All are most cordially invited toattend Flowers and Plants 1 will be in Springfield county court day with a nice lot of flow ers and plants and will ship up a big lot the week after Will give dae later GEO R MATTINGLY OO Glasses Broke II- You cannot make them ofiicast iron and its co crying over spilled milk Its simply a bit of vexa lion thats all I can rett pair them while you My Optical waitII are from the best They prove sat sfactory and my best cusomers are those 1who have patronized us longest In eye glasses w areIleaders Jheyre a sort of specialty with us K James J Graves 7 t I I I Easter Millinery II- II At Mrs Kate Williams I 0 s New Easter Hats for he adi sand a special g line of Childrens and Misses Hats J i I ft In Lace and Silk and Ladies Suits and tJcketswJlI be shown SATURDAY t ii Mrs Kate Williams I 8 oo oo oooooo oo S Barber Rineharts Wife Dead fThe many friends of Mr Bar fber Rinehart formerly of this place will regret to hear of the sad affliction be has experienced ihi the death of his wife in Call fofnia The Oakland Enquirer gives the following account of herdeath The funeral of Mrs Ejjgenia Rinehart wife of Attorney W B Rinehart who died yesterday at hEr late home 1215 Twelfth street was held from the family residence at 3 ocbck this after noon conducted by the Rev Robert Whitaker pastor of the Twenty third Avenue Baptist Church The deceased was a native of California 24 years of age She had been sick the past two weeks since the arrival of a litte daughter at her home The babe is doing well The deceased was a daughter ot Mr and Mrs R G Eubank and sister of Rule Harry and Susan Eubank and Mrs S V Stuart The husband of lh deceased is brother of Dr J F Rinehart Notice to Creditors All persons having claims agams the estate of Uriah Shew maker deceased will present same properly proven to me or to my attorney W F Neikirk Ion or before the first day of June 1906 Thos E Wilson Admr of Uriah Shewmaker Notice W beg to call the artention of our patrons to the hours for Hereafter boih bankj open for businese at nine clock a m and close at four pm It is customery for banks allover the country to do this and we find it necessary to adopt this rule in order to get our books in readiness for the next days business Please donot ask lor admittance after banking hours as the above rule will he rigorouslp enforced A Q McElroy Cashier I J A Boulwarpu Administrators Sjaie As administrator of Thomas H Janes I will at the hcme of the deceased one and a half miles south of Frederickstown on the road leadingr to Blinco on Friday April 20th Beginning at 1 oclock sell at public auction the following property One mare ahd mule colt three milk cows one 2year old steer three yearling steers two heifers 100 bushels of corn mowing machine hay rake and various other farming implements A lot of household furniture Terms will be announced on the day of sale JOHN 1 JANES Administrator Easter Sale of Good Things to Eat There will be a sale of cakes dressed chickens biKed hams pickles and other good things to eat in the lecture room of the Presbyterian church on Saturday the 14th Orders given in ad vance of thesale will be filled for Easter dinner Miss Kate Mayes at Grundy Mclntire store will take orders Notice It is very necessary that the estate of F Ni Campbell be settled as soon as possible All persons indebted to the estate are requested to pay the same at Once to the undersigned THEO CAMPBELL Admr of F M Campbell Notice All persons indebted to the firm of Jarloe Campbell are equcsted to settle same at once Why not bring your produce and at all times get the best market price for it Just think 25c per Ib for butter the bigest market price for eggs cash if prefered C W Hagan fOlIY5K1D1E1CU1t1 kIKhI PERSON A L I Ir J Irvin Winsatt is at home this week Dr W WRayof Lebanon was here Monday Woqdbine Mrs Jj B RoBards is visit ing her parents at Burgin Mr JF Greene and tire were in Bardstown Monday Mr and Mrs G U Wharton spent Moudayat Mackville Mrs Charles Wells is in Louisville visiting relatives this week Miss Lizzie Leachman is with Grundy Mclntire for the sea son Walter E Leachman made a business trip to Louisville Tues day Mr Litnian Barber wil go to Louisville Saturday to hear the opera Miss Lizzie rfae Gregory spent last week at rlarrodsburg with friends Mrs John F Simms and sister Miss Lids Matiicgly are visiting in Louisville Miss Mary Browne his returned from Greensburg where slid was engaged in court work the- lastWeekII I Miss Besse Leachman ihs re turned from Lebanon where she visited rends IMr Eyan Rogers and Miss E Siie Rogers of Lebanon wer over yesterday If Xis3 Susan Irvine of Lebanpn is visiting her sister Miss Bettie Irvine this week uuISpecial of CHILDREN HATS I Saturday April 14th be children have all Ii Knott Millinery Mrs Simpson Roberts is in Uoyin ton with her Mrs who is very ill Mr J H McQiure has returned from where served as Federal juror Miss Ellen Gregory is at from Beaumont college Bar rodsburg until after Miss Birmingham and Mrs Elliott of Lebanon were am ng the Saturday shoppers here Van Arsd has returned from Owensbo19 where he has been employed over year Scbmenk who has been as baker at Her leins at his again Mrs AusUn and Miss Virginia Lisle of Lebanon were guess of Phil Saturday Mrs Hunter aud Hinkle of Bloomfield were in town shopping Tuesday Mrsi H Peyton has returned Louisville where she has her brother Piirdom Misses Annie McElroy Mabel Price Saturday and Sunday with Mabel Tucker Valley Hill Prof George Colyin and and Mary Haydon will toLouisviJeIoSat to hear the Wagner Mr F wife and daughter Sarah attended the funeral of Mrs Will Spalding at Bardst9wn Monday J 1TMr Al Rddix and family will leave the later part of next week for Decater Illinois to make their future Mrs W C McChord Miss Annie McChord and Miss McElroy are in Louisville to hear the Wagner opera Mrs JljfH Lamptod returued from South Park Saturday where she had been visiting ber daughter Mrs Hershel Smith Mr Terhune and Mr Forsyr the of Harrodsburg were guests of Mr Samuel VanArsdales family the latter part of last week Rev WillIam Harvey ot Lou- Isville iwas the sruest of his Mrs Sunday and preached for the Baptist congregation Mr John T Craycroft is makinga trip through neighboring towns in the Interest of the Allen Begeman Harness fac tory Sir and Mrs KobJ Mattingly and little duuhter Elmi have returned from Louisville after several days visit to thR latters brother Mr and Mrs Al Reddix Mr Thornton Leavell of Panama spent tcrdayani Sunday with his sisters Mrs Matt Mayes and Miss Mary Leavell From here Jie went to New Ore to sail for Guatamala before returning to Panama Mr John C Shader who has ben traveling in Missippi and Aakansa has been transferred to Kentucky and Is at this week The change will enable hiLl tspenda large portion of his time with his family JMr Lytle Kays and wife left Tuesday morning for new hpme in Mercer county Situated two from Harrodsburg on the Mackville pike M rand Mrs Kay have in this county who regret their leaving here NOTICE v 1rwill be at Willi burg Ky VednesJay iStb to do all kinds of work Teeth extracted withont pa nAllw- ork guranteed Dr WFTcusty it t E Sale = I Q II I I y 1 1 EE Children and Misses Hits will shown Satur day The want Easter and we them for sizes and ages IJI Co ii- Upstairs in Peoples Bank IJ siI I mother Brent Louisyille he home Easter Fred ale for a Herman off duty is postof duty Laurd Mrs McChord t Bush Mjss Annie Wood from been visiting Dr l spent Qf wife Miss lgo urday opera John Simins home Sallie i sister Gray t leans i home their miles many friends t I April denial iI iI Hats a Commissioners Sale Fannie Keeling PUT vs Silas Burkhead etc Dit a By virtus of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washl gton Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1905 and resale ordered at the February term 1900 in the above style cause I st11 proceed to otTer for sale at the Court House door In Springfield Ky oh MONDAY APRiL 23 1906 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit six months the following described property towit A certain tract of land in Washing ton county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone corner to John C Dean in George Royaltys line thence down the branch to a stone thence a South lJ1ly course to a fallen Beech thence with Martin line to road thence with the road to stone corner to Royalty thence with his line to the beginning containing 10 acres more or less For the purchase price the purt chaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bid ders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN IMCWCC rBerth Island Torture is no worse than the terrible case of Piles that afflicted me 10 years Then I was advised to apply Bunklens Arnica Salve and less than a box permanently cured me writes L S Napier of Rug les Ky Heals all wounbs Burn and Sores like magic 25c at G j Hay dons TurkeyEcc Forsale Turkey eggs at 250 per dozen from Narragansette 1andMrs C D Miller FOR r 4iii 1 i J I drugsPure I aIIand Medicines of all lands go to i eiiThe fed Cross Drugstore SMOCK 4 HAYDON Proprietors t 4 Also headquarters for Paints Oils Varnishes OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT S OQ XHQooQ00 Q OOOOO Something New FOR EASTER I j g Is probably what you are llooking for g k 1 We have very catchy lines fromTwhiCh you can doubtless make a 8 llrpartments High Class Merchandise j ikHig fi class meirch n Use at price to please YOur sach is h Ladies reaiy mate uits Separate Skirts Stylish SUV f Lawn ani Licpo Vaists Newest Neckwear B 4ts Hand Bags SideatdBjck Combs Gloves Hosiery Haddkor cheUs and Corses 4I Our Line of Shoes v r 40i f Our line of Ladies and Childr ns fine Shoes and Oxfords is worthy of your consideration We still handle the well tknown ZiegJer make There is cone just as good are showing all the latest lasts u w3 i Easter Suits JIIii 81 t Y If Easter Suits for the Young Men and Boys at special Q low prices for Friday and Saturday New Hats SBi tbeO 1 latestblocks for men and bo s New white Vfs Get into a pair of our new WalkOver Shoes and beMtkfiW We are showing new styles in phirts and Neckwear pleasure to show goods here k ROBERTSON BROJt J iiHooooo4o OooooooO 6 t ftttIJ 1 Tlie First National tlff 4 tSPRINGFIELD ICY I iapifall 5OOOO Surplus and Undivided Profits S2BQQ4 I iI d t ttfotFICERsB L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePreadeMt A C McElrby Cashier L B Cain Assistant sllerJtX S Fpster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asst BookKeeper tl DIRECTORS B I Wtsey J W Lewis Sidney Green F M Cap I IIS 54St i ness respectfully solicited awa I ri MARKSREEN Cd p The old Reliable Manufacturers I t and Dealers in all KUds of LUMBER LATHS SHINGLED W n SASH DOORS LNPi f j J iiWehartdle the celebrated t r 2 t r Mixetlv Cannel Coal I v Cant be rneLts I loAs 4Weare sole agents for ACME CEMENT PLASTER 4 The Best on1jrth Prices Btht Office and Yards U cctor alwl Railroad Streets SprillgflcHfj Ky tt u A OMEstUiM taJlltylc 1tii oftC lll J t Atoo Sttt j fo fL j e = y i SoIdbyr IR JJ r I r u pr k- CA4S lGIRL TO tAR 4JLDIE v Q 0 us TCk EH t = SiMts i Ii IiJS JllrSWfIEAIT f rw 7i c tto TeH VellSaW Ac t Mil M Site IIcM Receiver kEac lie PiIt a Wet ff1OliiolI j WllV llie long distance telephone re tI eeIvtIfear Miss Bessie Buclian- n Efeickgr laveuue Indianapolis t heard the lvelver Eliot by which her yxtlMifcttrDr Ellison Dixon killed kfcueclf at Frankfort Ind She had Twfrf JItw1toth31clcphone about 3 cteek aud waalilcAscd at finding that Dr DIxcra was at the other end of the 4 wire Iveget something to tell you he 9 MU ami fSre yas a note In his voice wldclaeA1HiitU to wonder whf istro ask d Tbeee was no reply from the other id oCte wire and Miss Buchanan rtpeaMd ler query If y6u called up r en p poetotell ma something why uWt y ii tell It she said Tfeert was silence again for a few I eceudtf awi then came a muffled feoand which the young woman did rot iMWJerstana All she knew was that glie could get no rtl1eranswcrs She AjiKTCied over the incident for al most an hour ind then she called up w Mrs George Steugle In Frankfort at wbos home Dr DIxon roopied She I related the peculiar circumstances and said we feared the doctor was ill ask lug tuft senseinvestigation be made 3Ir3 jStengIe immediately telephoned to Karl Gruber an attorney who is a frteHdrof Dr Dixon and he hurried toIr YyE GOTiBOXEXHIXa TELL you J the dpctors office He found the door locked end Iit was an hour before he cotikf obtain a key When the idoor was unlocked the 4eabody of Dr Dixon was found sit ii zUxxlt upright In a chair at a small faIiikre a telephone was stationed tThere was a wound In the left tem pie and in the left hand was still gripped a 38 caliber revolver with four of the five chambers loaded The tele ph ue receiver had dropped rom the right hand indltipgthathehad pur posely refrained from placing It on the book which would have broken couuectUn and prevented his Nheart from hearing the shot fired theI When Informatlpu WAS tclephonjed lo Mhjs Buchatiau 1tthe muffled sound wjlch she heard over the wire had beea the shot by which her fiance had enlled his life she was prostrated She is wholly unable to account for tla act It Is understood that she and thxt doctor were to be married this lzig Nfetl C HBibU Eat BrltUk Offlcer 1 eportB lroIpoutheru Nigeria give am cetjififeoti the murder by natives of Dr Stewart medical officer at OlrerriiraH outstation He wits bicy cling along the road near the station ant losing his ways went on Into an urleId9uut13r For two or three 1 days no news of his whereabouts could bbtalned Until at last a frIendly na J tfvecame luritb the lInforraatlonthat Dr Stewart had ben ccaught by the Afalrns a powerful race who occupy mast of the hinterland c1ft seems like a strange mingling of civilizations but the reports are to the erect that the man was captured while heTvas riding d bicycle and eaten by catolbals his wheel being broken and made Over into trinkets whigh were j rn rJttichlef aj fliP feast She Thlak SUca n Devil jJWlth n mania for burning children f irheu they are bad because as she Jays I am a devil and wiuT burn v ieru illllau Tljoruman n thlrtpen J y arold colored girl of York Pa Jjnoclied jiRQn a redlnt toe n two yearOKI daughter ot IJoSert Dorscy colored and f r several ppcouds tclicd her Ptrujsle to get off the stove and away from the hailer of hot ater wlikh wn poured over UarborTy aa he alighted diiilm stove Another 1if ihpnrntlJf tln inv1 011 Mved the child ffiua further injury f1lLwa tlie Tiioriimftu girls third vie tfm j JB WHl7OO Steps In Motor Car t One of the most daring amU reckless iftif6m6biHiig rots took plae at Ta conia Wash recently when n MrCar rbjdjy hUcar weighing quo and a J WtftoWandfbralelcs8 down a wood i c staircase of 700 steps Sjmrcelyiiad Jtj Hiachl e8tarted on its perilous de agnt than every tire was tora off the 7 Jals Wte a thlrd of the way down x A mpeazadreached a wpeed or- gb iM af hoqr and was taking gmsJBlfiif Jtoipji vcr twenty steps at a ie LM ytmarve5iito relate J ST was successfully nceom ebe aMKMgh whensafclast lts me 4 rfc fIdttt was arrested and the car t bctugfct to a standstill It wQ nd tht Almoet icry partt the 7H I nJam t TO MrI lioM Gilt PriimeB To renovate and brighten the gilt rames of pictures and mirrors that have become rusty and dingy simply wwli them with a small sponge mols tcndWit1 spirits of YIn041r oil of tars ppnVtne the sponge 9nly jfo be suM clently wet take off the dIrt and fly marks They should noj be wiped afterward but left fa dry of then snlves tack W1Rt Stala For the oil stain the basis is raw lln fced oil with the color ground In oil nd thinned with turpentine For lack walnut burnt umber Is used with the addition sometimes of a llftle black but this latter tends to make a muddy stain and Is n advisable The desired tone lis obtained by successive ippllcatlons RelllBK WfHdew Scree Just about the time the fly screen with its wooden frame was reduced to a standard form except of course ai regards the minor details of construe tion an Inventor proposes the substi tution of roller screens lIe has a plan whereby screens fun be mounted on XOLXA FEOM BOTTOM roljera arranged at the bottom of the window and adapted to be raised to any desired height as occasion may require but which told up out of the way when not In uctua service The general plan of tIle scheme ia Indicated in the accompanying cu- tEnIgI ALMOST BURIED ALIVE While Wceptag w mn Watch Beside Her Corpse Sits Up aad Takes Nitlce ipronouncedldeadby wood twentyflvd jfears old and a bride of a weeks revived from a death like trance In a scene of wild alarn and even wilder joy Mrs Sherwood whose home is at Habel near Lacrosse WIs was suf fering with pneumonia und dropsy Her body was prepared for burial with the exception of being embalmed Friends of the family sat up with the supposed corpse A sudden nojse in THE COUPKB WAS srrriNa UP the death chamber startled them anti mustering courage they entered Ev erythlng was found seemingly as It should be and the watchers went out A little later a wild scream rent the air Trembling with feari the women went to the dor and peeped in The corpse was sitting up In wild alarm the women rushed for assistance all the family came in and Mrs Sherwood was carried to tha bathroom where hot baths were resorted to Upon recovering the young woman became delirious from the ef fects of the shocki Afterward she de dared she realized that she was being prepared for burial and was consclotn of nil that was passing around her but was unable to move a muscle Al though her condition is still seIi U3 it Is thought she will recover i rPrevents ItolllBff ofSlipp A German engineer Otto von SchllcS who has been studying for ninny y urfl the prevention Of ships rolling believes the Solution lleln a gyroscopa IIerr ScliUck proposes to steady ships by mounting the gyrosCope in the hold end his first experiments on a arge scale have been undertaken with an ofdtorredo boat In this craft a gyroscope with a disk weighing 1031 pounds was mounted with a steam turbine which could rotate It utaspeed of more than 2000 revolutions a mInute The osclllatlpug and pitching of the vessel were carefully measured before the steam was admitted to the turbine and then when the turbine was put In revolution the motion prac tically ceased So successful were these experiment with the sixty ton torpedo boat that It has decided to pro coed with a larger craft FODall Hell TTnplenimnt Justinu AVIlhelmlna Hell who de dared that her domestic ralotlonswlth herifisbnpdver court Mrs Itch testified that she married the man with the unpleasant name in Georgetown Colo In January 1003 Ten dnys jiving with him was all sbe could stand and she left and rcai to Dnzv I ersPil1sfebIkf jtE L f HIT BY BOMB HE STILL LIVES Experieice if i BkwiUf Kis siai WJtt Was Alinst R4iceitt Pieces I liEiIS DEATH DE TifOUilIT jHepfeistopteks Appeared tfl HIss fa a Cfettd of Smoke Then lie Felt Some MK Warn on Ills Haad tsA Fensd It Was Blood HOW does it feel to be hit by a bomb It is nil a questlbn of taste said i1 Russian of whom thIs question was naked Some think that a bomb is the most dreadful lg In the world but as for me If the choice were given me reIvolertions against a revolver but as for aI bomb Well I took borne means otI safety and not without results It did not take me unawares For e1eryshould be attacked and several times I pointed out to my wife and son the place where it would happen As it turned out I made a mistake of only five minutes In the time and a hundred paces In the place I knew that I would be caught near my office and was sure that they would select a day when business called me there earlier than usual Could you not drive by another street was asked- I did better than that I did not drive at all I walked In the first place all carriages offer too big a tar get and are much more easily recog nlzed from a distance than a single man in a crowded street In the second place It the bomb explodes in the carriage there are millions of small pieces of wood and Iron which often change a slight wound Into it deadly one Besides this to kill your man with d bomb you must aim very carefully not to kill somebody else When I saw the bomb coming straight toward me as I thought my one idea was Here is death and yet as you see death did not reach me this time Did you see your entire life passing before you in a flash as they say al ways happens to those facitigl sudden death Maybe some people feel that but my experience was totally different I merely thought here is death and when I saw smoke all around me be fore hearing the Crackling of the xIplosion I remembered all at once IS DEATH Mephlstophclcs coming on the stage from under the floor In a cloud of smoke I dont know why this oc curred to me as I rarely govto the opera When I heard the explosion and breaking glass more than a hundred window panes around us were fchat tered I felt something warm on my hand and saw that it was blood Ex periencing the same warm feeling on my spine I realized that there too something was wrong but I did not feell the slightest pain t fellnndl could not get up but I was perfectly ccusclous of what was going on They i ut me In n carriage and took me to a hospital On the way I tied up my wounded hand to stop the blood which was flowing very freely How much blood I lost I cannot say I only kpow that In the room where I waited for the doctor the floor around mewa literally red More Tlmu Fa rtT Wound In Alt tootllbnSniall wounds All iny clothes had been torn They were tnkeit from mo very carefully nut I snt there In my underclothes cellar the blood running nil over iny holly It was the strangest experience when they undressed me I became awnre of a big piece of flesh toni from iuy leg lying on the floor yet I did not feel anj pain But wlieii the Coctor began to jirobc my wounds and to extract splinV jrs I ached eli ovor For n tlnle aftcVJpthat I was In a high fever hut it lid aiot last lonoI Tile splinters however con conIc from my wounds for more than six mouths and of course it was not very pleasant But nftciwprd I got along very nlcely- JHUNTING WILD PIGS In GxcltlBe Sport In the Fastnesei- of Xe r Zealand In the fastnesses of New Zealand are nerds of wild pigs descendants of those lOft there by Captain Coit Hunt lug these beasts is one of the sports of thecountry A writer says There If a tremendous commotion in the scrub as if a squadron of horses were utrlv lug to force a passage through It We stand dear in the open Some of us have recollections not altogether pJeas ant assoclateil with manuka scrub and a wild boars tusk Rifles are raised to shoulders as a tiny yqpngater scarcely bigger than a spaniel darts into thc open We lower the guns The pig is allowed to escape unbanned Now there Is a dreadful row exceeding nil the preceding noises on the very verge of the scrub A dog limps out a spreading patch of red that be never got from the dew laden manuka boughs 1Ihowfugour Use a5rage boar whh the dogs at iia heels bursts half blinded from thaW I Bcruo me man nearest levels uu rifle The rest of us stand mute ex pectant watching for the effect of our comrades fire A flash a report a tiny column of gray smoke quivering upward the boar evidently unharmed gains the scrub on the other side of the open Surely our comrade the best shot in the country lies not misscJ at that distance No lie had not missed as was afterward proved The bujlet had glanced along the thick armorllke bide of the animals shoulder only making a slight mark This hide which frequent Iy exceeds one inch In thickness will turn any bullet that striken at all in an oblique direction Impatient at tho failure of his shot the man follows In close pursuit The remainder of tIns party proceed in the same direction an quIcklY as the thick undergrowth will allow We can see from the motion of the scrub that the animal Is making for the entrance of a deep gully that runs right Into the heart of the hills Straight up the gully they go the fleeing boar anti his eager pursuer with the yelping dogs In close attendance The rifle speaks once more and we press ant- iously forward The shot has taken effect this time The boar stands at bay facing the dogs the blood Is tric kUng from his side1 he sways a j if about to fall Our comrade thinking the yictdry already secured and wish IngMo put the animal out of pain as sooiLas possible drops his rlllQ and pullshls knife from its sheath But the boar sore wounded though ho is makes a furious rush while the man springing backward trips over a piece of rock and falls headlong amid the scrub Halt stunned he lies them helpless unable to save hlmself froir the rend of the cruel tusks The gai lant dogs rush In there Is a moment of deadly conflict n rending of flesh and a howl of agony and one of the faith ful brutes lies dying in the scrub beside his master The pig Is Just turn- Ing once more toward our prostrate comrade when we liaply arrive on the scene The nina has escaped with torn clothes and a few scratches Seven Cleveland Men Sign Secretary Barnard of the Cleveland baseball club has received signed contracts from the following players Bill Bradley Elmer Flick George Stovall James Jackson Nig Clark YoJ In gertoii au3 Pitcher Montwood the In dependent twirler from Plymouth Mich HIS UMBRELLA SAVED HIS LIFE Like a Parachute It Checked Descent of Man Who Fell Off Palisades Struggling through n blinding now storm with an umbrella held closely over his head Snlvafore Blanco walk ed over the crest of the Palisades near Union Hill X Jand full 5 hundred feet fo the foot of the precipice es caping with only slight injuries his umbrella acting as u parachute 1u breakinghis fall Blanco who Is employed at the Clinton Point stove works with his um brella drawn down over his head was pushing his way through the blinding f HE TOPPLED OVER TIm rnrcxpiCE snowstorm along the brow of the Pall andes when he got oft the path and top pledqvcr the precipice Bianco clung tightly to his outspread umbrella as lie shot downward lie Jell rapidly for a short distance then his umbrella checked his flIght until he was near the bottom when It turned Inside out and he lauded on the rocks below lIe was unconscious when tie people who witnessed the accident reached him and he was hurried to St MaryH hospital In an ambulance There It was found that while Blanco was suffering greatly from shock no bones were broken and the doctors raid he would he able to get about usnln lo a HW AOn Oat JlrSi Hiram OtTonStl here Maria the dishes you have pot on the table of late have been poMltlvcly dirty Somo things got to be lone about It Maria True fur yo inaam If ye only had dark colored ones maam thpy would not show thedlrt at all Philadelphia Press Cash nn l Chnrcc Qulz1nesW1tleit do you prefer to sell for cash or charge thing hus- hnessCaslt of course But If they dont promptly then 1 nroer charges Ipny Arntnlit eJnant It En ine nockmaster should that lis ewe flock Is ruguhifiy and ploutifully salted writes a Michigan fivniierJu National Stockman Salt one of the elements the body requires and par ticularly with ewes during pregnancy It operates to fitlnuilnte the appetite and directly issjsts the digestive ttenet- p1 the aKsiihllatldn of food During winter when ewes are onflned to dry fodder salt is pciHinps more essential than at other seasons of the year Nol only Is the health of the ewes Influ enced by the importance of salt but the offspring ns rjll KILLTHEPOUCHANDCURETHE KiNgsNew PriceFORI OLDS Free Trial I Surest ad QUickest Cure for all JTH3LOAT and LUNG TBOUB IiZS or XONZY ACLj a PRICKS FOE INEAR FREEDOM Anarchist Who Shot Steel Mai Fourteen Years Ago leaves Prison April 18i MILLIONAIRE iHIRES A WRD r iTen Tuctisand Dollars a Year His Fee fo thV Defective JVgency Whkh Wilt Constantly Shadow His Enemy After fourteen years of confinement in the Western penitentiary at Pitts burg and the Allegheny county work house Alexander Berkraan anarchist and attempted murderer will leave the latter institution on Aril 18 free to resume his radical social leadership but not his attacks on tp life otII C Friclc if the millionaire tuiu prevent it The PIttsburg capitalist does not purpose to be the target of Berkman bullets or knife thrusts u second time If the fanatic attempts to carry out the murderous plot that failed fourteen years ago he will find serious difficulty in the way for Mr Frlck considers Berkman so dangerous an enemy that he has arranged with one of the most able detective agencies in the country- to shadow the oxcojivlct from the time he sets foot outside the prison door tc the day of his death or the million aires And Mr Frlck considers 10 000 a year a modest fee for this life In surance Berkman will never know more than a quasi freedom He may move about unrestrained by llaw He may go and come as he wishes He may harangue his anarchistic mobs with the old war cry of Indh ldu1HsmIBut the secret agents of the wealthy autocrat Bcrkmou selected as his toe will be ever on his trail Ills every movu lila every word his least sinister tleslgn will go ticking over the sires almost simultaneously with his change of place or mine lt Is to be ft duel of anarchy and wealth And it will be fought to the death of one of the combatants Berkman or PrIck Oil July 23 1S92 Berkman forced his way into the offices of the Carnegie TWO bULLETS ENTE11ED PlUCKS TnnOAT Stool company in Pittsburg and at taoked II C Frlck the chairman The red aimed three shots ut the cap tnllst front n distance of four feet Two bullets entered Pricks lro1t and the third went astray When Filch and his office assistants fell upon the assailant he pulled a knife oud stabbet the steel man three times in the back After the anarchists arrest he pro testedthat his only regret was his tall ure to kill Prick lIe Insisted that the pot WitS his own and that his eninltj against the steel magnate was excited by PrIcks staiid In the Homestcac strike It was later prqvcd that Bcrkmai is the agent of n gcucnU anarchistIc conspiracy against the Carnegie man lIe pleaded guilty to a charge of attempted homicide and was sentenced to twentytwo years In the penitentiary and one year In the Allegheny county workhouse for carrying couccnfed weapons Berkmans orderly behavior secured his release tram the Westert penitentiary nine years before his full time and his year In the workhouse jvlll terminate on April IS In the spring of 1000 Emma Gold man the reputed wife of Berkman and certain of his anarchistic friends and sympathizers made a spectacular attempt to rescue the convict from the pcnltcjitlary Their accomplices purchased a house In Allegheny across the street from the prison and dug a 2GG foot tunnel un tier the streQt and cellar of the prison hospital to the stone yard where Berk man worked The earth from the snIJ tcrrunoan passage was concealed In the cellar of the house and the noise of tlayfplot It was and playing from morning to night that excited suspicions The police raided the house to find the conspirators gone lint the tunnel Completed Berkman might have imulo ills escape If his peculiar actions In tjouudlug the ground of the prison yard nud his frequent feints of Illness ss to be placed In the hospital under which the tunnel ran had not eausjd the nuthorltiesto confine him closely Avoid IlcsdrujheV It Is ponwRilly tlioibt that people Suffer from Iieartachea dvvng to hull theydteusourccvfatlsuc of the uuisclorf of tie neck Ieopletiirely exercise these mus des unless compelled to hence they are weak and easily fatigued but If given n little work regularly many a headache might be avoided The best way to exercise them is to stand with the shoulders against n wall keeping the body motionless Then move the head backward and forward then first to one side then to the other simply by the action of the muscles of the neck The muscles will feel stilt at first but exercise two or threo minutes n day and that feeling will pass off The end gained Is well worth the trou ble and the exercise also gives the head a better poise and beautifies the neck OpIaleaB and Tk lr Trail There is the greatest difference be tweenpresumlnjj nn opinion to be true = er tn n fr I TSuNSHINl I L t f- J Chestnut Stallionby the great ed Leaf foaled Iflof bred by R F Goddard of Harrodsburg Ky nowowned in Springfield will make the season of 19CO in charge of L D Baker the owner at the Fair Ground stables at 1o TO INSURE A UVING COLT PEDIGREESunshinels can step a 30 shot with grace style I pictureshow horse that ever wore harness His breeding is superb by the championShow roadhorsesfull brother to Glorious Sunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kentucky His first dm byNutwooadam of Wilwood which sold for 3000 his second dam is Balrosa by Balrosa Chief he by Mambrino Chief third dam Maggie Yantes by King Almont by Mambrino King and out of Almont 4 dam Rolling mare221 Mr R E Goddard of Harrodt burg in a letter to Mr Baker says in part His dam is the dam of my sorrel pair that I sold for 83750 andshe is a very fine mare hands hIgh Besides this sorrel pair I sold another gelding out of hex hi a team for3000116 COOL SURGEONS v WORK UNDER FIR Complete Opertttea pn Woman Patted While Hospital Burns Over Their Heads cotSeldom have such bravery and ness been shown on the field of battle as those exhibited by Dr Nathaniel flf Emerson of Boston Dr Luther A Brown of Portland Dr Franklin jl Ferguson of Bath lthe corps of nurses in attendance atthe clinic whets the Trull hospital at Biddeford 3Iei was discovered to be on fire One of the hospitals patients Mrs Carrie Spinney of Bath was on the operating tables under Influence of ether and the surgeons were In the midst of a serious operation upou hqV when the terror bringing cry of Fire rang through the corridors Dr Emerson had proceeded so fair with the operation that to cease meant death to the etherized patient so be THE WATER WAS LOT KNEE EEJ orn red her removed to one of jthe wards on the first floOr where the op eration wancoiupleted In full view of hundreds of people who had hnrrledj to the hospital after the alarm was rung in Water was ppurlng In streams fijoa the ceiling as Dr Euiersop completed the operation one of the most criticalI jince the hospital watt opened ithe nUrses and his assistants holding um brells over the surgeon and uucon almostkneeson never lost his nerve for an Instant and continued tp work unconcernedly while the floors above were In flames and the firemen ofl5aco and BIddeford were cutting holes in the roof nail wails to get at the hart ot the fire After the operation Mrs Spluney- placed4uwas nn ambulance and taken to the nurSes home She did not kpow until evening thqt the hospitall had been burned The operation was apparent Iy successful There were ten other patients In the hospital and nil were removed in afe ty THREW DICE FOR A GIRLS HEART Fair Prize Stood by While Rival YdutlM Juggled the Ivory Cubes A game Of dice settled a rlvaJtyot long standing for the heart und hffec tious of Miss LuIn Baker a pretty ste t nographer la the Merchants uotdl of Omaha The gamesters wore Jules Althaus of Omaha and Jack Mitchell of Council Bluffs both well known young business men and while the game was In progress Miss Baker stood by and encouraged the 3oudg- men For several years the two men had been rivals for Miss Bakers heart Finally they decided to throw dice thi loser to drop out of the race Miss Baker agreed to abide by the result After each had won a game and Mitch ell had thrown four sixes Miss Bakei I begged Althaus to let her shako for hiiui Althaus refused and thrown non dC3cript hand He shook hands yith lItclJeJrnndtbcglrlAncfwalked awayi r paying he would mever cull on her againV At the same time and place ItjEill stand my fine Jack QILL GOEBELat S8 to Insure Xiving Colt 4Bi1l Gcebel is a black Jack rith vliile cpin f15 hands high and isa sure falgettcr He is by Big 2fa klje by tjoy Wood dam of Bill Gcfebel by Reverlee and out of a Black Ha kJ qt tiThis Jack is the best mule Jack in the country i Lien retained on colts of horse and jjack until season moncyps piiiiiJt Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible shouldl any curi ii1 LbBiAKFi 1I t t2li W1i w Ifi 6 = CHESTNUT DARE vJ i j v 1 One that is not Untried hut a treat awl i J 1J uniform Breeder if Chestnut Dare will make the present season at7m itf near Springfield at iir 11stable t 20 To Insure a Living CoILcS 1 Chestnut sorrel years old 16 hands one inch high a large handsojne saddle and harness horse stylish perfect ii in form in gaits and in action lEa size finish bone and Iis substanc aresuch that will cross on our smallest maresSand produce the highest type which the market demands 1 Judges of horseflesh have flattered him by paying he is IE p the best son of his famous sire His produc tof two sea isons have secured their share of first oneyin closely If contested rings hiving met and defeated the progeny of tsires as Chester Dare 10 Ky Squirrel Golden Gay l t11such and others Horsemen pronounced Ms ring of i l iscolts of last season better than those given by the owners iTin iof such sires as Montgomery Chiefand Highland Denmark Chestnut Dare was sired by the treat Chester Dare 2f g1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he by Mambrino s g Chief 11 2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d damby Brink ersDrennon j IConsidering his breeding size style generi confer mation and his uniform show of colts I ask thp patronage SIof this and adjoining counties l rZt LEXINGTON PRfNi 5 sr 1 Lexington Prince is 15J hands high sort I with fiqe i mane and tail a heavy and compact horse Be isiot only fancy saddle bred but is also an extra saddle ore with tgreat action and graceful movements He has a combi nation of Denmark and Cabells Lexington blood Lexington Prince is by Red Prince sire Qf the chamtii pion saddle horse Thornton Star he by Secondi Jew by Washington Denmark Hisfirst darn by Votlltk by f Cabells LeXington waS a large bay handsome shoAiare t1 j under the saddle 2d dam by Lexintpn thoroughbred gi ij This horse conies highly recommended as aIireed i for fancy saddle and high acting horses 1 19 To Insure a L ylngr Ct ILI s ftly old well known rimle Jack which has proven him fiJselflto be one of the lbest in the county fQr high Priced ft4 hmula will stand at 510 la Insure a Living Colt iT 1 Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 h high very lengthy great weight arid bone big d3hinchIt head and arandI1obette bred Jack for mules j n1nr r black Jack by Imnt Leon was ii geatmuk Jack ifIhtdam is a very arge and fine Hevelle jethfet 3 TO I INSJRE LIVING COLT v i fr Ii A cordial invitation is given to all to call and jthis stock Season nrliis positively due whepm are traded off parted with or bred toUQ her tock efJJV fe 8 LEACHMAN I ItF DNo 3SFRiNGFIELDKY IWW MWMMMV5W MM MM r Louisville isBoomin1 tiaaa a IssofoxilyemI1eil kiiiiWbRLD- In tha mftnulactnriM of jwf nn I sewer pipe wOoden sozes 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