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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7V iiL1 tI SES1ABLISflED 1 1N1893I rliO p NEW SERIESm XIII NO 17 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 31906 100 IPEfr YEARN I iiilFvTRUSTY 1PRACTICAL I DENTISTt ildPri il r kw9rk guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY t SPRINGFIELD county seat tf I Washington County 52 miles south v east of Lfcxinfcton 59 niles from JUouisvUle oa Bardstowr branch o- lLiivi11eand Nashville railroad in J t1A iarminff and agricultural district TwoBanks telegraph and telephone lines express office flourmills lumber yards Population 1100 population eottntyi5000 Representafi in Congress Hon D fi Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky Legislature i Hon W D Claybrooke Representative State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon Ky County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Moaday in February May andOcto k r I Hi Thurman Judge R L Durham Commonwealth At tOTHey F M Campbell Clerk M G Leachman faster Commiss ener QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court isheld on the third ifond yin each mouth JBL Litsey 1judge- l t COUNTY70URlJl County Cvtrt meets on the fourth Monday in each mouth BL Litsey Judge i W F Booker County Clerk T S Mayes County Attorney George CallettJailerjt t I Sidney Sam Anderson H Bi Powell Herb rtEddlemnn Deputie Masters t James F Moore County surveyors T P OBcyan Assessor TVT Mitchell Deputy 4F RobertNoe Treasurer j31 Montgomery Coroner 0J Wt Bush Supt of Common School PO Springfield CITY COURT amfts RiJIoe Police Judge John Grace Marshal I Ttf F Grigsby City Attorney l JUSTICE COURT Jntice Courts are held in January April July and October e G burch Directory METHODIST CHURCH R vG W Lyon Pastor Ser Ticeson the Firstaftd Third Sundays ln each month at 11 a iriand 730 pm Sunday School every Sunday atlO am yereting every Wednesday aiightj 1 CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessax Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 1Q oclock atm oServices at St Rose same hours tCHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W TWill cn Fa tcrS1tj every Sunday m PBESBYTEBIAN1CHURCH r BeVPr D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am ndatl pm Sunday school every nnday at 10 am Prayer meetln every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Paht v Preaching every Sunday at 1J am and 745 pm Sunday School every I i Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 745 oclock t Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No so meetS first and third Monday eifiacb month r 571JUeetsevery very tourth Monday JS NIGHTS of THE MACAHBES Meet tj telle LccIino FOLEYS HONEYuoTAR Frtvints Sirltn Results j FrHi a Cilri Remember the name v p FtUys Mtftty mil Tar Insist upon having the genuine Tlw Iis ZSC Me SIDe PrelNr8clnlyy 4 CnY Chcaas For sale bj net Drug Bt re Iw q ii THE NEWSLEADERlt iWnnni ii Jbl OOirofi I I IIji ftOUND 0r TALK r ipOOM SPRING rBy Grace Ellery Channing j rn green and gray hi veiled day With J ay sun and pearly shower Indewy morn in budding thorn In cuckoo cry and med w flower hint of every tender thing IOfn miles and miles of blossoming Xnd tearful smile Comes April to the seagirt Use And England to her spring In fitful blue with sunbeams t 1r ugh In budding elm and crocus brightI In little leaves in rain that grieves In the dim hyacinths delight And then in rainthat lahghs again In the first robin folded wing And first Mayflower Thus to NewEngl nd comes the spring And Aprillto her hour With summer skieswhere soft uprise1 Purple Sierras shadowyfair With fields of gold on uplands rolled Where sanbrigiit seas of poppies flare With med lal1s lifting to the air With gathered lory df the rose With orchards 1eepin rosy snows And every bough a nest And every nest a throat to sing Comes April tothe great Southwest To summerland the spring O lovers of the English gray And lovers of New Englands way And lovers pf the Land of Sun Stretched sunward to the golden shore Whatever sigh it bear or bring Whether on swift Jpr ardy wing This is the message evermore When all her changes are undone It is one April only one And spring is always spring JrUST pjfiY llPTbe new cL Reveniie and Taxation Jaw as passed by the recent Kentucky Legislature makes a number of changes and provis ions which will materially tffect the taxpayer and the sheriff For one thing it does away with he practice of some taxpayers getting two and three years behind in the payment of theif taxes and fixes iij so that the- heriff oofa cdunty is no longer permitted lo iindulge such delin quen s by carrying them from o eto three iyears after their taxes are due jjThe new law provides that all taxpayers whose taxes are pot paid on or before the first day of November of each year shall be deemed de linquent and apenalty of six per cent will be added Furthermore the law provides that within fifteen days after any taxpayer ril1lshallIL3county clerk p list of all delinquents the amount of suchl etc The county clerk iis required within tn days after such list is filed to issue a tax warrant against each delinquent in the name of the Common wealth of Kentucky The tax warrant shall fee directed to the sheriff comtfcanding him to collect of the delinquentl the tax interest penalty aridcosts and if not paid on dematd todistrain and sell the estate of the delinquent or a sufficient amoupt thereof to satisfy the tax inter est and costs Heretofore it has iffIof a taxpayers property to satis fy a tax bill sO long as there was a reasonable chance of collecting the claim wit out such action but the new lav does not permit the sheriff to indulge the tax payer The law will jnake it pretty hard 01 some taxpayers oflaIt OWNERS OBJECTThere XOGa vigorous and prolonged protest from tl1e dog owners of the town over the dog tax which the new city councili has imposed on all dogs owned within the city limits The tax it is claimed is unreasonable and excessive The states fixes a dog tax of a dollara year which will certain ly serve the purpose of cullin out a large number ofthe worth less dogs but for the town officials to come along and put a tax ot two and three dollars o- ntofof that will only serve to work a hardship on honest d6g owners and will not lessen the evil of the presence of worthless dogs This thing of taxation is a queer proposi ion anyway Ker s wehaveapoor but honest resident of Springfield He owns faithfuIIdogrequired to pay as much on him M U self and his dog as the man who is perhaps rich but fortunate enough to have his money invested in bank stock and government bonds The polltax which in Springfield amountc to 450 is of course levier on all alike but there is a chance for a poor man to escape paying his roll tax by allowing himself to be reported as a delinquent The dog tax must come however or the owner of the canine will lay himself liable to arrest and a fine anti will be called on to suffer his dog to be killed besides The c ty tax is 75 cents on each 100 of property therefore the dog owner will be required to pay as much tax on his dog as is collected on 400 worth of real estate If the members of the city council iwarit to prohibit the owning of dogs in the city limits they should pass an ordinance to that effect at cnce Such a law would probably be unconstitutional but it would be no yVrsettian having prohibitory tax such as is the present dog tax j K taneetortisf8iJa If you ever bonght a box of Witch Hazel Sal ve thot failed to ffive satis factipn the chaucea are it did not have the name 9E C DeWitt Co prihted on the rapper And pressed In the box The original DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve never falls to giVe satisfaction for burns sores boils tetter cracked hands etc For blind bleeding itching an6 protrtd ing Pilesit affords almost immediate relief It stojSs the pain Sold by C J Hoydon Lebanon Court OpensI The April term ofthe Marion Circuit court convened Monday Judge I H Thurman presiding Inimediately after cpurt was opened the grand jury wasI organized and given its instructions Judge Thurman sJcharge was similar to those that he has heretofore delivered Hel called attention to the law forbidding seining or dynamiting a stream carrying concealed dead y weapons selling cigarette nnierial and numerous other offerees that are contrary to the Statutes Possibly what he called attention to most particu larly was the evil of Sunday opening of business houses fIeI stated that one4 business manIIII had said to him that the profits arising from his Sunday amounted to more than 1les per year and that it was the best day of the week with him from a business standpoint Sowou1ditbewithasaloonistI sid Judge Thurman Permit them to keep the saloon open on the Sabbath be continued and see how long it will be un itil they tell you that Sunday is their banner day Enterprise fortunate Missourians When I was a druggist at Liyonta Mo writes T J Dwyer now of GjfaysvllJp Mo thereof my customers wee permanently cured of consumptio by Dr Kings New Discovery and are well and strong to dayI One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona butaft r using New Dscovery a short time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery theI most wonderful medicine io existence Surest Cough BndI Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by C J Haydon Druggist 50c and 1I Trhl bottle fr2e Tain m Springs We are glad to report the sick folks air better MivElisha White is abe to be up again Mess JoW Satterly and Silas Burkhead df this plade were in your town on business last week Mr Samuel wens who is at tending schooll at Springfie d visited his parents Saturday and Sunday Mr George Sbirleyand family attended services at Wim burg mday llast Baily Finkston and IMrs Miss Crj of Mt Zion att3nccd church here Sunday J Mrs Espie Gff and tw little daughters Edna and Ra1l of wrenceburgara visiting relatives around here this week Rumor rrpors a wedding in the near future VVe will report who later on if report proves to be true Miss Hester Ncel of Brpofes yule is the pleasant gnest of her sister Mrs Della Carey of this place this week Mrs Ed Yocum of Moores viJlel visitfd ther parents Mr and Mrs Matt Wells here Sun day Death visited the home of Mr Tyler Brothers litst Thursday and took therefrom a little boy nged 10 years Gauss of his death unknown to the writer He was buried the day following Well wo fed that we had a ereat meeting at this place Sat nrday morning and night and Sunday morning and Sunday nght Services were conducted by Rev Agabrite of George town He is one of our Stae missionaries and accompanied our pastor Rev Summers here Saturday We feel that Bro Argabrite did much good while hero He is a man that knows how to explain v ithe scriptures and isnt afraid to either He travels all the time from one pirt of the State to anothcr and we hope and trust he will come to our church again but if he should never come again he will have the prayers of our people and will do all they can to holp hIm in his great work HYACINTH Postmaster Robbed I G W Fouts Postmaster at Riverton la noaylosthis Ijfe and was robbed of all comfort accortlngta his letter which says Tor 20 yeirs I had chronic liver complaint which letJ to such a severe case of jaundice that even my finger nails turned yellow when my doctor preri bed Eectric Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleven years Sure cur Jor Biliousness Neuraliiia Weak nes and all Stomach Liver Kidney and Badder derangements a wonderful Tonic At CJ Hay dons Drugstore 50 cents Big Cattle Deal One of the largest cattle deals made in this section for some time pst was consummated during the past week Messrs Fox Sanders Co sold tour hundred head which they have been feeding at the distillery ol Mueller Wathen Kobert to Mr E Egan who lrepresented a New York Citi firm The price paid was tivci celts and the cattle averaged 1189 lbs each the deal aggrr gating about 24 000 The average weight of the cattle at the time they were placed in the pens at the dIstill- ery was 1003 pound The cattle were weighed yes teiday morning arid shipped from this point by special train consisting of twelltytwo cars They will be exported bythe purphasers Enterprise BiGtcsi Mail in ito World The ricbast man in the world cjn nothave bis kidneys replaced not llwi without them so it is Important not to neglect tbcse organs If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of danger the symptoms will dieap pear andyour health will bfc restored as it strengthens and builds up the organs as nothing else Vill Oscar Bowman Lebanon KYI writes 1 bae used Foleyn Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it cured me permanentiy of kidney disease which certainly would have cost me my life For sale by Red Cross Drugstore f Killing at Lancaster 1 George Pollard a piolicenan was shot and almost instantly killed at Lancaster Mcnday afternoon by Bill Humber whom he had arrested earlier in the afternoon for telling whisky In the fight Bumber was snot by Pollard arid badly wounded He is in jail tjow with the chance against hts recoyery When Pollard arrested Humber he showed ficrht and the officer stfcack him a severe blow on the head This is supposed to have chused Humber to renew the trouble Pollard was a fearless man and a good officer He leaves wife and nit e children HARROWING v EXPERIENCE A Eormer Washington Coun ty Woman Tells of Her Experience in the California Earth quake The fullowirg is a copy ofall letter received hy Mr Cocanougberof this ccurity from his sister Mrs Peter Colyin who has been resident of Sauta Rosa Oat for about fifteen years Tho letter was written JmmedU ately after the disaster SANTA ROSA CAL April O Dear Brothers Father and All MyGod hqw can I write this letter We are all safe but so dazed we know not how to realize the awfjuluess of the scene of desolation and devastation 1 bad expected to writeto you of Easter joybut its fpm a house of weeping and distressing scenes instead The shock of earthquake came at 510 Wednes day the 18th such a merciful hour just light and yet before people had gone to business houses The shock lasted one minute but it seemedan hotfr and such an awful roar a voice could scarce bo hpard The Lord certainly was good to usknone bf us hurt and our house left standingand only ours and one other chimney in all the North part of town and maybe Hover town We live next thor to the hospital omv work has been at home so I hiye seen but little on y crushed bleeding and ds ing people We gathered all colts bod nrl bedd ng for hospital as c 1t1 i d w3 could and I helped i carry in 20 crushed peoplethere imself while hospitals are opened in every building considered safe We hadone of the most beautiful cities in the worJj and in an instant mUIi ins were destroyed The whole business street is an utter loss Court Hpufp ptoflieevery single thing ejcept ono bakery fell j into the street not a drug store or grocery lelt not a business of any kind left you cant imagine it Ojr new four story brick hdtel two new brick 8 story the new stone Masonic Temple and stone library there is not one stone left standing on another in the townndtoaddt- othe awfulness lirebroriou1i- n several places and Ito water most everything burned The drug storesand lodging houses here I stopped to go get ttye strecber ready and carry in a Chinaman ail mashed to pieces burned first and oh so many burned to death It beggars de scription Will write again when I tan Mr C is up town two parties are here for funerals Our chuich is the morgue I sawI 20 dead bodies there at one time yesterday They are being claimed and carried off oy friends But my God we are ruined financially and will have to have help We cant leave here now and what we have is worth nothing We must stay while needed Our poor people all suffered alike with their loss of property dead and dying ones so there cm be no salary Monday the 10th We paid 1800 cah for a home in town and only left us 9 in bank but the banks are all destroyed also San Francisco and along the coast Does Yozr Heart Beat Yes 100000 times each day Does it send out good blood or bad blood You know for good blood is good health bad blood bad health And you know precisely what to take For bad blood Ayers Sarsaparilla Doctors have endorsed it for 60 years One bud blood ilngglili lIer TrftprodilcuooluallaUoli raiouuiu lIubst11Cel theu I orl lnlo the blood Keep the bowels open wiLl Ayer I WbZ C Ayer Co tooll Xusho zumu Mtnr rs of J VJGQI qerscuns We haTe o leoretll We pnbUih the fbrmnUt of all our medicine au- a J j We my family have clbthes- but t in a few days will lack in they to buy food but I feel that the Lord f will provide and wear young enough to go to work again so rainy are so much worse oil There are moretrjari 100 pope a day eating in my basement Now I have to quit I wish I had time to tell of some deeds of heroism Just now an automobile load of prOvisions were unloaded at my house neighboringloweI and they just loaded everything up and sent it here so we have roast turkey and cake today Love to aU and oh I am soga we are alt alive somany friehds andchurch members and Sunday School children are killed JENNIE COI ViNl Warmn You canuot have good health unless your kidneys are sound for the kidneys filter the blood of itipuri ies which otherwise act as irriUtfntr poisons and break down the delicate organs of the body and cause BeHouP trouble If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Folejij olllyloorpcsltively cores all forms of kidney and bladder diseases Sold by Red Cross DrugStore r J M E CONFERENCE j District Conference Holds ja Three Days Session at this Place The District Conference of the M E Church South was in ses sion at the Methodise church here on last Thursday Fridayj and Saturday the majority of the ministers remaining over Sunday There was full repr4 sentation of ministers and elders in attendance and the usual routine business jvas transacted The Conference was presided over by Rev S G Shelly t11eI Presiding Elder for this district Rev C H Pruther acted as Secretary On Sunday morning the various pulpits of the town were occupied by the visting ministers and on Sundpy evening a union meeting was held at the Methodist church The visiting brothers were entertained at the homes of the people of the tovcBv The following resouiions were passed s RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS We as a District Conference feel ourselves under obligations to return our heart felt thanks as folows First To the kind people of Syringfield for their generous hospitality and we pledge to them our sincere prayers Second To Rev G W Lyon for his great kindness tto us andI espefnally for having provided such good homes for us all Third to Rev S G Sl1ellfyjI our Presiding Elder for his faithful and efficient presidency over our body and orhisdevoI tion to our Christ in all Irs work throughout the district Fourth To Rev C H Prathei our ec1etary for his faithful ness in keeping such accurate minutes of all our work as a District Conference Fifth To the ministers of sister churches with their con gregations for theinterest mani fd ed in us for their very courteous and helpful treatment throughout our meeting Sixth To our visiting brethren botbof the Louisville and Ken tuckyi Conferences whose pre enCE to us wasan inspiration j The above resolutions were adopted by a unanimous vpte of the Conference free Trip TO Louisville i The Retail Merchants Associa tion of Louisville will refund iin cash to one of town customers the cost of out round trip tick ets based on a one and one third fare on the following dates April 2nd to 14th May 7th to 19th June 11th to IGfch For particulars address J V Beckmann Manager Retail Merchents Association Urban Bldg Louisville Ky IqgsrtIatclNNt I ttf Mrs R A Mclntire Spring field Ky R F D No 2 hat eggs from pure bred B P Rockir and S C But Orpingtons for sale aflperl5 83mo TT TI a IISU8SC Jl10N II- 1LUrnUflflfltuII riIt t I I bakinqvpowder 1 Lrr i Absolutely Pure A GRAPE CREAM OF TARTAR BAKING POWDER It makes the most delicious and healthfulI hot breads biscuit and Gake tr tI FREE FROM ALUM LIME OR PHOSPHATIC ACID t j J Alum baking powders are unliealthful Do not use them for raising food under any circumstances So detrimental are alum baking powders considered that in most foreign countries their s sale is prohibited In many States in this country the law coma pels alum powders to he branded to show that they contain i Congresshas tJ Alum baking powders are sold to consumers at frpBricr cents a pound to 25 ouncefor 25 cents or 25 cents a pound t and when not branded may generallybe distinguished by their jirice 5 rvy r i 4 JI lilllsbordJ V 1 The farmersand gardeners are in the work for all it is worth since the warm and sunny days haveremoved that look of dis couraeement frorirtho faces of so many Richad Crouch ot Scrucgs ville was in our midst Saturday on business I Mrs Lizzie Crow of near Mackvile was here last week for the purpose of getingup a music class at this place Mrs Crow is la first class music teacher Tiles Mcllvoy anrl sister MirSi Crow were called to Tathara last week by the denth of one 5f Tyler Brothers chi drii which died very suddenly CjThe spring like d ys have cas a deith like shadow over the little town of Pooyyille udall of its citizens are busily engaged jo the various pursuits cf life and there has not been a single trade with the town during the past week The Mayor is off on a fishing trip and the genial Marshal is courting some fair damsel end will not rtturn until the work season is over Mrs J D Sutherland is the owner of two turkey hens that have layed 40 eggs in 23 days Who can beattlat record Miss Lillian Guistiger of Pen wick is spending the week vith his sister Mrs Tom ieNoel at Walnut HUh t We have had some ideal weather for fishing and some oJ our folks have been trying their luck on the finny tlibJi and were rewarded by securing one or two that tipped the scales at a quarter of a pound hile the ones they nearly caught but just didut would weigh fully Mir pounds apiece The chairman of oar local board of trustees has completed taking the census of our school district and we learn tb at there has been quite an increase in pupils over last year Tbis is good news for tur school wa rather small and the toy was not sufficient to justify the teacher for the faithful work she did last year Now the school will pay more this year and we trih t that Miss Smith who will teach WIll have a pleasant and sue ce sful term This i doubtless the hardest season of the yearop the C N C5 department fobe Iar net nrj over rushed with all lines ol wprc and the busy house wive is setting hens of kojjsf cleaning g3rth news items ace reduced It 4 a miaiimom al1 fQfus t3 ge- tsletter t in each wekicl1 make us hustle for news and should t they be rather Short the editor must not think we are not trying but that we are doing our ded down level best to fill our place in the columns of the bejt coin i ty papet that ever came frc m the press So wb trust that all tcorrespondents willl Uuricg 1 those busy dss s keep up their H writing regularly ie4bat ibi paper may rightly be called tts 1 NEWS LEADERLIJjAq EALTH IN SPRINCfiELJ Red Cross Dru Store Say Cart 1 Dlgesllon Salvo Pr blem f Lotti Ultcf jiNo1 ji better Chance than the drugget titto kno jf i no condition of theti L citys health and what d uetare the most common JThe proprietors of The B dv lCross Drug Store believe that t rbyt organs Let tbe stomach gn J gut of condition aod oou there t will ba nervousness irritetwr furred Tongue speck before tbiejuyes weakness debility itdifwi lion and other physical acd mentall troubles that directly rt suit from a weakened skHoich Of all the vital organ tbe j stomach is the moat irequeatljr bused and hence tbeoiiewhick mst frequently fails and so w th the discoverj of a rtatoy like Mio na stomach tabffK ltjIiwhich is sold on aa iboJit guarantee to strengtbea ttedj estive system aid iIIMi iJjJ h tion of food addcUa ItrcmWtiij llrc1used by ldlgeatl9U a ipor tint step has been tike tgwarrf r r solving the question of gQti d nealth and long life 0 Take one of the little Wio ia tablets before each real vitk the fixcd determinatwc liatjKyit ir j going toget well all4llItrwttl not be many dys before jcmcwt eat ant thing without fr ofiu digestion The Red Cross Drwf s1l MioJ 4 3aon an aboluegiqraai so refund tie money If it oIue AiargeboxofthIab14s cjsts but 50 cfmifjif iii jfiji you nothing if ft ian Iiiiurais t f k7 Insure ia tot Jfcmmm Io Insurance Cotapaay ofJI11i r City Kytbe only oopy1m the State that makta ay ntaia of paying its losses iim fail 3 jrv Ai 5 ri dT iiI r A C Ki bll bM Jot 1bile WyawM t WbiUPi r h fmouth Rock 8k OMibBr ji L ghw pV eggs M151 IOU IV fy f if fiierI a ot wkMpsC 4 THE NEWSLEADER PUBLISHED EVERY THUKSDA- Ttl t A YEAR IN ADVANCE f SPRINGFIELD Y EB DAVISON Jr t1 Local or thsLne5s notices 10 cents pe ich aubsequenllnBeitJon Cklli on candidates andjjolltical matter iei liLb or Job work is done at Iqw rates but cash t JfX Jf IEh JJ Clflf AoTertlsIng contracts made oa libera jer aty bJtnfesa TeEolutlcus of rwspeci jfcnts perllne 1NNonNnJlxmrrs County Magistrates v 1250 Ostxct Offices KOO It 3 FHUR8DAYMAY 3 i9ce la We Are authorized to announce eRobert Noe iC as a candidate for the office of Cltrk oC the Washington Circuit Court t Demo11tii SYILh commendable pluck and v enterprise the citizens of San Francisco te setting to work to rebuild tliat great city They willl not laclct for funds as a New York syndicate is said to have L made an offer to 4urnish a bunI dredmllipn dollarsfor a re i luildingfund The State Board of Equaliza tion has decided to let Washing tori countys assessment stanu at tH figures turned in by thr rGopnty Board of Supervisors This will be u usual but none trie Jess welcome news to the jkixpayers of the county i = ==s iWe are in receipt of a copy of the mdustrial and illustrated elition of the Elizabethtown News It is well gotten up an1 isa fine advertisement for Eliza bethtqwn as well as for that en terpriising paper the News p e tMountain of Gold cmild not bring as much happiness to Mrs Luia Wilke of Caroline Wis i as did one t 25c box of Eucklens Arnica Ha lvjf when ft Completely cured a i running sore on herleg which had tortured her 23 Jong years Greatest aniseptic healer of vpfle Wounds and Sores 25c atrp J Baydpns Drugstore tf j News NotesSc 44The t Pcris policebm I v arrested most of the labor leaders who wers in charge oi the propospd May day demonstration arid others have sought safety in flight Final military and police arrangement rhrtyd been made for the cuntrol of the ssituation The Senate after a long dfsfiussipn agreed to take up the Riilroad Rale Bill on Friday xand begin voting on the aerrdments The generalll1m pression js that a final vote will be reached within a week from f that dale The New York Senae passed t the1 lull providing for publicity 7 of pciliticall campaign contributi oria and expenditures A slight typographical amendmentJ requires concurrence by the assembly Prcsi fEnt Robert G Ogden of the SOl t lern Educationale Conf r mcp 3 slerday announc ed additional na mes t the list jpf those who v ill attend the ineettng at Lexington which be its on May 3 v irm April grand jcry in Nw t yo Ifgcided n to enter upon II an xhaustive investigation if insurance waiters and passeSthe puestinn ur to t c peiii grand jury which will meet l in May r In acjash between a deail Jtbe flew State contabular ofI a mob of foreign miners at Mt Carmel PaneaVly a score of v meh wee rwoundeJ thre off wliom prdbblywill die Charles H Colel former pres deiltof tl e Globa Nil ional Bank- of Boston has been libsrated from jail after serving nearly six years on conviction U for ii misappropriating uudsof tbe inslitJlion 1 Thieves at t ssalena Cal stole thuctrneriftoie fro n its i setiing in t e dljee prying it outaud carrying it of It weighed t JfUIn9bPounqs nd contained Y9o and other thi gs to the i vilue ofpnly about 10 IT a spe t h at Seattle E B1j UTiman filet that he is t w opposed to the Panama Canal but warned the people against antirailroad legislation Grow rOn Akalu Norblng wilt relieve indigestion that isnot a thorough digestant Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what yOU eat aid allows the stomach to teatic cup rate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals Rill soon restore the btcmach and digestive organs to a full perjrrm adce af their functions nature lly and bring health and strength Sold by O J Havdbn ValleyI Hill Our ficinity has been drier recently lhanfit will ever 6e when the local option goes into practice Mesdames Thomas Reed and M W beay of this place visited Mrs EdXioatley near Maud last Friday Ray Pinkston of Pilin spent the Jattpr part of the veek with relatives here- William j Derrioger Sr visi ted his daughter Mrs Jerome Wohner of Willisburg Saturday Mr Boon arney and family of near Mooresville visited iela lives in this sectipn sunday Thos Reed and wife visited relatives near herie Sunday Mr J R ONeal and family visited friends its this section Sunday Bud Hopeweli of near Louis viile was 15 ourinidst in search of carpenters Monday Jas Jkfordb and Ed Pinkston mado a flying trip to Polin and Ml Zion S l da1ISamson Reddix is just rcc y ring from a very severe attack of the mumps Mss Nannie Pinkston spent aturday and Sunday with Mis S G Reddix Our chairman took the schooll census last week and finds about 65 sudents in the district Oiir iistrict is in a flourishng coridi tion with the exception of a good well which Is much neededbe fore the fall term begins Fish fever seems to hh e struck a go d many of ourciti zens last week as most all the Id fishermen as wdl as young uris made a grfaj effort tc catch i few of the finny tribe without avail UNO i Get Ready For SuriDi Living indoors so much during th winter months creates a sort of stuf Ih wantosozona condition in the blood and system generally Clean up and get ready for spring Take a few Early Eisera These famous little pills cleans fe liver stomach and bowls and give the blood a cuance to purify itself They relieve head ache sallow complexionl etc Sold by CJ Uajdon v d Texas 1Mr Levy bweuzy aid family of Nelson county were the guests of Mr and Mrs John Peterson Sundayand Monday Edith and Pearl the little daughters of Mr John Bungle of Fairview are visiting Dr and Mrs Hatchett Dr W T Barnetto and wlff if Mackvilie isited the latters parents Mr and Mrs JacbKimberlin Sunday tf H H Kimberiin left for Lou iisville Monday Mr Jams Nelson iis spending granddaughtorson Messrs W B Wilham and Wilhelm Peterson went on a fishing trip M Ondny but did not catch ny fish Bobt Mattingly atd son were visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Jams Yaste several days ago The sermon delivered at this place by Bro W H Williams Wednesday night ws well attended and proved yery interesting Deaths From Appendicitis decreise in the same ration that the use otj Dr King New Life Pills increases They savb you from danger and bring quick and painless release from consti paticn and the ills growing out of it Strength and vigor alway bYICthem MORiS7IL j We had delightful shower oj rain last Saturday night Farmers ar pan ting corn at a rapid rate this week inSpringfieldMr E H Boblit two little ofSpringfieldat thisplace Mr Thbs Mattiogiyand wife atSharpsvilleMr leff yHilluightwithof this place lastI lastTuesday ourfriencivetycarpul t Maud ak the Crladitos would gut me He said afreetheSaturdaylookout for them and went on my way I do not know whether rwi they wiil visit Mooresville this seaon or nit There has been a vest amount of literature sen ttdour ppstofficp showing how prohibition has proven a failure in so many States It puts one to thinking Supposing prohibition should carry in this county and then prove a failure it would be bad wouldnt it In several states dpium and morphine took the place of intoxicant That would be far worse Dont you think so at least I do Mr P D Moore sold a two year old horse and a yearling colt to Messrs Wm and Jas Olements for 5150 Eddie Hooper struck a match and touched it to a pile of leaves and a tire origins ted that lasted two days and nights before it was extinguish ed So much fur a thoughtless bQY Jack Sharp was in our midst Monday llooking over the pikes Bctsi do AnY GOOd Wh good doeA it do you to eat if your stomach fails to digest the food Npne Jtdose you harm causes bel chugf sour stopiacb etc When the stomach falls a a little Kodol Dyspep ala Cure after each meal will digest what yyu eat anp makes the stomach sweet Kodol Is a thorough digestunt and will afford relief from any disor der due to imperfect oltfestaot or mal assimilation nSbld by C rHadon li Lebanon People Safe So far as is known ajl Marion county people who were residing in San Francisco at the time of the recent disaster scaped injury Maj W J Lisle received a telegram from his sou Mr Fm Jf Lisle Jr Wednesday announcing the fact that he and his wife were both safe but thai all their posessions bad been swept from them Mr Lisle and his wife had only recent gone to housekeeping ani their home and Its contents were de stroytdMr G Heckleman son of Mr and Mrs J P Heckle ap has notified hisf parents that Ih f escaped unhurt The uiding uowever in whi h he was em ployed was destroyedEnttr prise Do Not be Imposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and Thing remedy and on account of tb great merit and popularity of Foley s Hon yr and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine ASk for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offeree as no other preparation will uivethe same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale fiy The Jfd Cross Driip Store For Sale Full leather top rubbed tire buggy in first class condition Also set of harness M W HYAT MARE WONT GO WITHOUT ICAT st Waterbury Horseman Is trying il Teach Pussy How to Pace It greatly troubles Fred Hunt of Waterbury Couu that this particular cat cannot puce a mile In 215 Iwcuuse Grace Davis the mare he is training can For wherever the snare goes the cathas to go elsethe mare Is uglier than the mischief The cat a big Maltese and the mare bas developed a remarkable affection for each other Grace Davis refuses to sleep nt night unless the cat Is snuggled in the straw by her side After the stable boy shakes down her bed she paws an open spot In which the cat must lie In the daytime the cat goes to sleep on the mares back and she sniffs ut the cuts fur aud affec tionately rubs her pose along the cats buck When the mme Is exercising the cat follows anti keeps us close as she and is always at Graces heels when she returns to the stable r5houll the snare be kept away from tier own stable for a night she gets sulky and It Is feared when she Is taken to the races the Maltese will have to line up and pretend to start dilyhow or GrucCiwIIl be dIsgracelas apacor SS1arsiu c Tramp Ate IIli Shirt All unknown truUlllwho huh eaten halt of his shirt to keep from Starving to death was rescued from u box car In the freight yards nt Cincinnati The ar hind arrived from the north and was being switched about the yards when yardmen heard u faint pounding on the sides ot the car They found tic door tightly bound by a coating of l getfingbeen four days without anything ta eat He was given food and hot coffee and allowed to depart Korean Cruelty Seven KoreaiiA ait Hllo Hawaii nave ritroIa countryman suspected of having stolen 50 from another Korean instead of notifying the pqllce the friends of the robbed lacerIfltedand Japanese soy Into his wounds This having failed to force ctmfes rtou the torturers broiled their victim over a fire until he died Hat Array Statpede Workmen Workmen who began to tear out the cellars of four razed buildings at First and Erie streett Jersey City where a heater Is to be erected were obliged to suspend operations by an army of rats which ran put of nooks and cor aers nnd dashed wildly about the plnca The workmen tied to the street fWNCsour lo tlcir the cellar of rats to 1 1I LiV V FOR THE CHILDREN k MagIc Letter Did you ever think what a strange letter S is It Is a serpent in dis guise LIstenyot can bear It hiss It is tile wizard of the alphabet It gives possession and multiplies Indefinitely by Its touch It changes a tree Into trees and a house Into houses Sometimes It hJ very spiteful and will change a pet into a pOst a pear into a lauglJiterhot shot at any time farmer must watch it closely It scorn of his corn and reduce IThe peck to a speck Somet lines he It useful If he needs more room for his stock It will change l table Into a stable fir him and if he is short of ItIwill turn them into lie must he careful however not to let his nails lie around loose The serpents breath will turn them Into snails If ever you get hurt call the serpent to your aid Instantly your pain wlir be In Spain Be sure to take It with you the next time you climb a moun thin If you desire to witness a marvel It will make thq peak speak nut dont let It come around while yqiar reading now It will make this tale stale rj Gloury of Indian Term Cheokhes the mink GiigccsQelokh the chickadee Cheplahgan the bald eagle Chegwooltzs the bullfrog Deedceskb the blue Jay Hukweem the loon Ismoques the fish hawk Kagar the weasel Kakagos the raven Keeohekh the otter Ivlliooleet the white throated spar row Kookooskoos the great horned owL KQskomciios the kingfisher Keepkawis the barred owl v Kwaseekhothe sheldrake Lohoks tthe panther Malsun the wolf squirrelKlegaleep MItches the ruffed grouse Motaques the hare tMooween the black bear Neniox the fisher Pckquam the fisher Skopktum the trout Tookhees the wood mouse Upweekls the Canada lynxl The names of the birds and beasts given here are TiSed by the Melecete Indians The Catbird He Is very graceful He Is saucy and flirtatious He is also one of the sweetest slug ers lie sometimes mews like a cat hence his name He Imitates wonderfully the songs of other birds He has been heard to imitate per fectly a strain from Yankee Doodle His song Is a medley of till the odd and quaint sounds lie tins beets able to collect He Is not afraid of man and builds frequently close to your door He lives chiefly on Insects destroy ing incredible numbers but he also poaches upon the farmers cherries and strawberries His nest Is built In briers pr low ibushes and Is made of branches and roots stuck together with mud Mme Catbird lays from four to six eggs of a greenish blue tint and hatch es two broods In a season Hidden Inland li The major called early in the morning to say goodby The children romped and played oiubngjtlie hay till called to tea 3 Only for the ice laud would have been reached three hours earlier 4 This Is the most becoming cap ever designed for you 5 lIe was borne off the grounds in haste by two stalwart mono 6For mosaic work I gave her many dollars fr7 lie ran against Helen mid knock ed her into a puddle spoiling hcruow white suit 8 The brides wore sisters and they were marrying brothers Answers 1 Majorca 2 Hayti3 Ice land 4 Cape VerdeT Borneo it For rnosn 7 Helena 8 Hebrides Find them Parlor Magic Lay a dimeyii the tabjb and offer It as a prize to any one Who can lift It and take It awny without touching ci ther the coin or tlw table with his lln 1ers or with pinchers tongs a knIfe fork or spoon When everybody has considered the problem and giyen It up put your mouth within a couple of Inches of the coin and blow suddenly and as hard as you can on the table Just in front of It The air will yeiietrate under the dime lift it up and carry It a little dis tance and you must hold your hand or a cup ready to catch It Hardly anybody who does not ready know the trick Is likely to thinly of this simple solution Hidden Tree Each of the following sentences con hams the hidden nameof a tree I found them locked li She spoke to a kind old lady 31 found them a pleasant location and returned homew4 Anna slush not po over thero 5 I soon began to feel moreTcomfdrt able It Is either too thick or you do not understand the work 7 We went up In every room 8 Mary Ictsl a rfeh looking cake for Helens birthday Key boiiilovk 2 oak 3 maple 4 ash 5 elm j hickory 7 pine S cedar anhncnTcr iced For JOliltry Sunflower seed is goolfor poultry durIng molt and other times as well und whether the flock huts the range of the farinbr Is confined to the city or village lot a good supply of sunflowers Ehoukl bi grows says Iowa State Reg ister and Farmer TJioy can be phuit pd In waste places along fence or along the poultry fences In rowsI case they will furnish shuttle for the fowls during the hot Hummer mouths Fowls fu confinement should be well supplied with shade during the sum uiir and If there Is up natural iadc such as trees sunflowers will serve the purpose very nicely Home Tonle A horse properly cared for will need very little medicine but in fever slight cold or when not eating yell give in the feed a tablespoonful of powder consisting of four ounces each of sul phur saltpeter and black antimony two ounces of powdered resin and one ounce of powdered Barbados alos with a dash of oil of Juniper One ta blespoonful for a dose a the new waist A model ach dif ferent figure Prices start at 100 v Sold by 7 The WORLD Lnjole lit Shape For Campaign Napoleon Lajole and lila team of sturdy Clevolandite are In splendid shape for the coming American linjoles teem is looked on as one of the strongest aggregations In Dan JUJOLEOX LUOIE Johnsons league and ito one would bo surprised If they won the pennant thIs year IjiJoie has retained nil his stars of lust year and If his health Is good the team willl rank with the top notch ers from start to tluish McGorcrn May Go With Circa It was announced recently by the management of a prominent circus that Terry MiGovern former featherweight champion of the prize ring probably woUld be seeu on the tanbark with the show before the summer en gagement doses With the little fight er will appear his son six years old Terry recently visited the circus In New York and with him was Terry Junior McGoveru took especial Inter est In the race between a man and n boy mounted on a horse and pony re spectively After the show Terry asked the man agement to introduce him tOt the promoters sayiughe hindS proposition to make The little lighter was taken to the promoters o ike and after a little boating about the bush said be would like to get an engagement with the circus It the terms were right The circus man asked Terry what ho thought he could do McGoyCrn replied that he believed he and his son would be n big nttiactlonIirn horse and pony race The lde1 appealed to the snag nate and he asked what the terms would be- Five hundred dollars a week was the answer Bailey said he would consider the proposition Should the offer be accepted it is safe to say Me Govern mill his boy would be u draw ingeard on the programme In the event of his signing with the circus McGovern will give up the fighting game for good Jockey Ilndtke u Wonder Herman Icadtke the Jockey who has been causing a sensation at Qaklawu Hot Springs Ark by hits remarkable rilIng has established what looks sum piciously like a record Thjs young mUll has been so near the front In every one of the raves thus far run that there line been a general expecta tion of seeing his number go up Up to a recent date Iladtkc piloted the total of thirty winners Under time wire while four of his mounts have come in second nmt six landed third lt is but a year ago that tills boy came Into prominence at the Latonia track whore he rode winners with a frequency that opened the eyes of the race followers to the fut that n new star in the matter of furnishing win uers hud arisen on the western hori zon At the close of the season at the Kentucky track lie traveled through the1 middle west and thou went to the coast anti continued his phenomenal performances after which he went to Npw Orleans and deepened the good Impression that he hind originally cre ated From the Crescent City true Us he drifted to IlOJI Jui pl west owner 10 lKeen e and the boy Jins up to tie present done all Ms work oil the wesfetii tracks Drill to St Tn ill Teasa President Ienmm pf the St Patil MinnI lliolhtill dub hiss purcltascd Catcher lowi Drill from the Iotiolt Aiuerlciin flub The consideration is tnicl101J4 largest ever by a minor league club for uplnycr Drill goes to ist Paul at his own request as he li u nieinbor of r St aul legal linn and desired to be III St Paul as much as JoJ4silJle to be able to nlUiil to his private business He will retire from baseball at thoend of the season Signed With IlropUIyn The Brook lyn baseball club prolnul gates the contracts of John Butler Emil Butch Charles A Alpermaii Charles Malay Phil Lewis Jimmy Casey and lilll Bergen r The RcilM SturM ncinnfn rime contracts of Phelps Delehunty Overall Chech Harper Kwing Od wcll Lobert Xorconin and Carr with the Cincinnati baseball club have been promulgated Gene DC Montrcville Is balking on the salary offered him by the Toledo club If h refuses to play Otto KruI ger will be stationed at second for theI Mud Hens I WB Nuform Corsets are cozy modish and shapely gar ments in which every dictate of fashion is apparent Theyl inflict no strain on abdomen or bust allow 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 shaoe and nippedin different for sortof only Robertson Bros SPORTING leagn- ebaseballeiiupatgu astonishing SIrlllgslllldhc rldiighadtkc IGene FOR THE HOUSEWIFE When Ammonia lu Useful In removing oil or grease from ear pets and chairs nothing Is more effet- ive than rubbing with a clcaa clOth wet with nmniouiu For cleaning enameled furniture tlse whiting mixed water to which n little ammonia bas been added After carpets and rugs have beaten nothing restores their original colors so well as to go over them wIth a cloth wrung out in ammonia nnd water For sliver articles and gold chains other Jewelry It will be found a good cleanser and a beautiful polish maybe put on sliver If it is rubbol with wljlt lug which has been wet wis ammonia When added to milk and rubbd over linoleum or earl carpet It acts not baly as a cleaner but a preserver well In allaying inflammation dnd irrita tion caused by the bites of Insects it has a magical power and If a drop he applied at once tile effect of the pol fconous sling will be immediately ar rested The Care of Dcdaim There Isna oth r article which so well repays are and In which the coat of replacing und repairing mjfkes It so well worth while for the housekeeper to use eternal vigilance as the mattress Never leave them uncovered and have them swept monthly with a whisk broom turning up the tufts and brush lug them free from dust They should lie thoroughly whipped at least three or four times a year and once during the middle of winter and once In the heat df summer should be left out tlur lag the whole day for a good chilling and sunning Pillows and bolsters should have the same treatment much more frequently and should have slip covers of muslin the same as mat tresses The frequent handling of pil lows exposes them to soil anti they are 1npllasantto the fastidious person If tudcilnnlnotl perfectly clean Ilofda the Umbrellru The umbrella holder herewith shown Is designed to hold one umbrella only The holder is formed at the top Into a socket to receive an umbrella the socket being In two parts The lower part is solid and Is pivoted by rivets between two upright lugs on the base and has two shoulders which limit the swinging movement of the socket The upper part of the socket is hollow and is provided with a spout connecting IUJ1DnELL 1IOLOEU with the hollow portlqu the whole be- Ing bound bya spring Time resiliency of the spring permits the upper part to swing hf any direction and when re- ieasedta return to lbS normal position Assuming that the base Js secured to the floor near a wall It will be Incon spicuous When a wet umbrella jIs placed in the holder the water pusses Into the hollow section and out through the spouton the base which is formeJ Into a paii prthls purpose Fireplace Old and JVcw The varieties of lireplncc furnishings are many The andirons are of course a necessity It fool Is to be burned Iii addition there must be the shovel tons and poker with some sort iaholder the fender bellows and either a wojod box or a coal scuttle All of the fire Irons may be made of bra from the colonial designs the ssI ttell tthe ball the flame etc either tique or copies or they may bo of of the new designs in green bro anI wrought tress or lull brass The espcldullOi places The colonial designs speak for themselves ac to their particular adaptability 1 For the Gums peoples teeth drop out even when there Isrno decay in them slI1i on accountot the gums receding Milk of magnesia is very effectual In arrest Ing this and the mouth should be rinsed with It every night before rptir Ing 1 Cnpliisr For the Feet groWjlargerPinching and distorting make them grow not only large but unsightly A proper natural use ot all muscles makes them compact and attrucUve f A UMef al Msht Light A small piece of candle may be made to burn all night by putting finely powdered salt on It tmtliit reaches the blackest part of the wick A small even lIght ybp kept In thlJ way4 Iron nut Stalu To remove Iron fust from linen rwut the spots and stretch overa basin full cf hot water put a little salts of leihoi on fit spots As FOOI as they disa1 per wah Ut fevoml clear wattirs Jw 7W r i tiiii4Ui GooI Clothes ja 1 bAre what we are offering our men customers just E now we are prepared tofityouout ff From Head to a f We have an especiallyei attractive of Shirts at 1 from 75 cents to 150 oKeepCooJIt Buy one of our new style negligee Shirts with Collars fand duffs attached E r Gentlemens half hose in alli styles Mens Ox fords in patent leather tan andcalfsi r IiWUITE AND FANCY VESTS f fj Genuine Panama Hats at 5 and 10 If you are tg going on a trip let us sell you a nice Suit caSe E II GBDiDY A McINTIRE f iM mfIf f OmlDft fIflt your black and line and Glasses Broke You cannot make them of cast Iiion and its to UFB s crying over filled milkvV hs simply a hit of vexa tion tfiats alL I can re pair them wbileouwat My OpticalI Goods 1 are from the best makers fg They prove sat sfacory and my best cus omers a1tLtnoseo tg who have patronized us longest In eye glasses we are tg leaders Theyre a sort of specialty with us t v o t James J Gravesf I oo ooOO 4c4Y c I Now is the Time I ij To Buy YOllFHJHi + Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers JZ Refrigerators Oil Stoves Hose for Sprinkling Grass Scythes t4s Snaths Lawn Mowers r j i Washing Machines v 7 t GARDEN TOOLS V vc Such as Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes etc VvV t Dont Forget iOur Diamond Edge line of Razors Shears Knives t Axes Etc They are the best jw Q Calland inspect our stock of the above We want you to see them If I i McELROY SHULTZ l fi Y J s i HaveYoar 4 z i iAI r j f Jf tdIR i YSr t Buororu Painted 4 ji lMr W C Foley VersailleSj an ii jfCaseyStreet and desires to inform the pubjiitita e is prepared tov do alf kinds bf high class j1 4Vlcarriagef t Buggy Paintingt S f i Si Jfat the most reasopable prices Satisfectioii v 7 j 0 1 1allcvi itJI f AyersPills Want moustache or- abeaiitlfulbrown beard or rich Use to fi Foot of flltAter8UKINGHAMS JDY run rs yr 053 s iiw DH1L BURTON VAKSIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN OWICK Hagaa Block up stairs J SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly I r Firstclass t Br JH LAMPrON tin J cMtn i LAMPTON MUDD 1Pbybioians infl Sofgeons 4Oflicesover Haydons Drugstore y WF GRIGSBY a ATTORNEY AT LAW j Office over Peoples Bank i BPRKUOFIELD KY IB RoBARDSi j M W FYATT it RoBARDS HYATT Physicians and Surgeons Office over McElroy Sbultz DR JH HOPPER r PHYSICIAN and SURGEON r PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery l Residence 71 0 t i JOHNYMAYESiH- EIillL UIKECTOR Ii AND LICENSED EMBALMER a TELEPHONE DAYJ191NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY i IiiroadSchcdul 4 Following is the time schedule r now in effect on th6 BajdstowD 4Lfld Springfield branch raHrdad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 p ilL Bardstowh Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm- arrives at Springfield 645 p 01 No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 aJIBardeijown Junction 705 aml Arrives at Louisville 755 amINo 43 Leaves Louisville atl 780 am Bardstown Junction o 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm r1 No44 Leaves Springfield a pmSJBardstown un tionJ pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards twn 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bard towtl 758 pmjt arrives at Springfield 825 pm Bonds Carriage 1 Repair Shop All kinds wood work and up holstering done4 GrainCradle on hand for sale r iu I have for sale now one new handmade buggj new hand inide spriug won and a good second baud spring wagon 1will work cheaply for the money All work trilyi cash rW H BOND Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES k Baked Daily Always good always fresh fe shave a new Faker who is an artist at making good things Six Loaves of Breadlor 25c Herlliens Confectionery s2 C11B Leghorns Exclusively1 Eggs for sale 100 for 15 or 1 50 for 30 j MRS L N REED- y RFDNo3 Administrators NjDtice All persons having claims against the estate Iof Isaiah Prather deceased are notified to present Sime properly proven to me or to my attorney John w Lewis at his office in Spring tm or before May 10 1906 for csettlrnent1 5 fJP PJtherAdminjstrator ljj J Notice to Creditors All persons having claims 4agamstthe estate of Uriah Shew fI iinaker deceased will present same properly proven to me or Ltb my attorney W P Neikirk ror before Ue irst day ol- June 1900 Thos E Wilson Admt of Uriah Shewmaker 4 Ma w- II iiTOWN r W WiroWi mnwr iWi WOOI Local Happenings of The Freshest and Latest I AllAbouttYourseir friends andj Acquaintances MOO 1 j Eight oars laundry soap Tot 25c at Johnson McCabes Strawberries Friday eveninn at Johnson McCabes Fresh pineapples Friday at Johnson McCabes FOR SALE Two sows with young pigs Dr John Debo For screen doors and windows go to Leachman the furniture man Mr TV P OBryan lost a valu ble jack one day last week from pneumoDiaI I ton secondSaturday each month Fresh spring vegetables and fruits a specialty at Johnson McCabes A firstclass mortised screen door hinges etc complete for 100 at L aclmian s Wait for Dr Grigsby the Eye Tester and Glass Fitter at the Walton Hovel May 12th Come idi and Jefr us talk boggy to you beforeijott ouy Haydon Barber The best screen doors and windows can be bad at Leach mans furniture store e The bet and cheapest screen doors and windows can be found at Leachman furniture store The protracted meetlngbegins at the Methodist church on next Sunday Evangelist Davis will be in charge EaeOur Eyes tested and Glasses fitted by Dr W C Grigsby al the Walton Hotel Saturday May 12th Aggressive Christianity will be the topic of the sermon which Rev Williams will preach on next undaymorning1i Ask to see the new Invisible Bifocal Glass to see far and near with Fitted by Dr Grigsby th 3 Optician of Bardstown New peas beans tonntoe lettuce beets cucumbers radishes kale nions rhubarb etc at Johnson Mc abs There will be no services at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday Dr Latimer is engaged in a revival meeting at Stanford and will not be here STRAYED rFrom my place one mile roinSpringfield a Duroc Jersey red hog a barrow weighing about 80 pounds Finder please notify Dr John Debo Mrs Williams the pcp lar milliner has returned from Lou isville where she purchased a new line ot stylish hats in readytowear tailored and dress styles They ate ready for you to see and weara If you want to seeV omethmg nice in the buggy line call and let us show you the contents of our buggy warehouse If you ara looking for something upto date we Jean suit you Haydon Barber The base ball season will be opened hfcre at the Graded School grounds onxnext Friday afternoon by a game between the fiigli School team and the St Marys college team The local Jbpys have a good club or rcCrc c 1f ctrs PAINT Your house with aC good paint it protects the J rJ lumber use a poor paint C Il Lndit p els off taking with V itt1ie natural resistent C coating ot the wood itself Use Mastic Paint its best y C c Varnish c 5 oer those marred places C 9 on he interior woodwork SurprIsing the diffbrence in V appeaLtnce a pint of Sun shine PinisL makes Be Jing thij best Sunshine Finish 22lllooks Almost ne v vn after 1 years hard wear55a fl C 9cf A Corner Drug Store y V J4JJ6JrJ4rJ THDIPOiBrluo I t ooOO ganized and an interesting gam is anticipated IThe City Council tits meeting on last Friday night fixed the tax levy for the present year A levy of 75 cents on each 100 worth of property is made to beI follows 20apportioned as cents for street and sidewalk improve inents 22 cents for lights 23 cents for water and 10 cents for general purposes Miss Mary M Cheser of Polin SquireIThursday on the charge of obstructing a passway The trial lasted nearly all day and many witnesses were examined and much interested manifested The jury returned verdict of Not Guilty W D Clavjbrooke appeared for the Commonwealth and VW F Grigsby for the de fendant During the veek Rev Will lams will speak on Prohibition at the following places Wednesday nigtitMay 2d1 at Maud Thursday night May 3rd at Hardesty Schoolhouse Friday night May 4th at Beech Grove Baptist church Sunday night May 6th at Hardins Creek Baptist church Mr Charles Greene has re ceiveda letter and photograph from a young mdiv in Oakland Cal with whom he worked while in that city telling some experiences in the recent earthquake disaster The photograph gives a view of the store in which Mr Greene worked A part of the stone front of the building was demolished and fell inside of the building A Washington dispatch announces that Williairi A Waters has been nominapd as Pbstmas ter at pringfielfi Mr Waters old term has beeu out for several months and he has been expecting his reappointment There was no other applicant for the position Mr Waters lias made suich an excellent official and lids given such general satisfaction that it would have been alto gether useless for anyone else to try for the place I Mr John R Walker of this county suffered a serious a c lent on last Tuesday afternoon which will result hi his losing his valuablel stall ion Waco Dare Jr Mr Walker was on his way ta the home of Mr Will Clarke in Marion county and was riding his horse and driviog some jen nets As he was crossing the brdge on the Perry ville pike across Pleasunt Run ha was having some trouble in getting the animals to cross and the adingbackedl leading to the bridge and in till fall iits hind leg was broken Mr Walker after making some attempt to save the horse dis covered ifri could riot be dons Wa6o Dare Jr was one of the finest bred stallions in the coun ty and was valued at 600 Mr Walkers many friends Will sym pathize with him hvhis loss Marriages Miss Minnie Mattingly and Mr Owen Durham of Lancaster were married at 830 oclock Tuesday morning at the home of the bride byRev W H Will iiams The bride is a daughter of Mr Robert Matingly the well known farmer of the Hfals boro neighborhood and the groom is a rising young farmer of near Lancaster The newly married coupe left immediately for Lancaster where they will resideMr Hubert Kimberlin and Miss Iris Purdom two popular young people of the Texas neighborhood drove to Lebanon Tuesday where they took the train to Louisville with the an nounced intention of getting married Miss Purdom is a daughter of Rev R L Purdom while Mr Kimberlin is a son of Mr Jacob Kimberlin ot Texas The elopement camp as a surprise to their many friends Mr Eugene Low and Miss Fannie Powers of the county were married in the county clerks office Tuesday evening Rev Williams of the Baptist church performeil the ceremony Kouoi Dyspepsia Guro WgMts what yea tat r ri =c= r r Eyes Tested r j Have fitted bumjreds of others j and can fit you Names and Prescriptions on file come and see for yourself dive your f eyes the attention at the right e time and place Npthing but 1 high grade goods AU the 1 1 modern kinds and styles of J lenses Bifocals of every de j II 9 serlptlnniiASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS a Specialty 1 fGraduate Optician always on Jhand to make test Satisfac S jl tiori I g guaranteedI sseJ i M WoM PERSUNAL Mr Ben Simms was in Louisville yesterday Mr Howard Moss was m Lou isville Wednesday f Hon John W Lewis went to Lebanon yesterday Mr J F Pettus wasin Lcuis yule on business Wednesday Miss Margaret Leachman will spendnext week iin Louisville Lieut W 0 Reed is attending the races at Louisville this week Mrs M W Hyatt and twius are yisiting home folks at Bloom field Miss Lizzie Bosley spent last week in town attending conference i Messrs Theo Campbell and Leo Haydon LouisvilJevWednesday W E Leschman and GBiCunningham attended the Derby yesterday Mrs Ben F Simms and daughter Mabel were in Louis ville Sunday Miss Gertrude Stoker of Bardstown is visiting Miss Myrtle Price I Mr and Mrs W J Hodgen of Lebanon were guests of Mrs Fred Hagan Sunday Miss Roe iVlontgoraery of Lebanon was a guest of MisS Fannie McElroy Sunday Mrs HT Haley left Monday to join her lliftsband at fonder son where they will live Tom Edelen after a visit of several weeks with relatives hew has returueulo Louisville Mr Dinwiddie Lampton of Louisville came home Sunday night on account of illness lf John Y Maves is in Lou isville this week attending a lecture course in embalming Mrs W F Spaidiug of L ba norp visited her sister Mrs T WSirnms here the first of the week v Mrs Theresa Cloyd who has been visiting her relatives at Mackville returned to Louisville Tuesday Miss Willa Knott was in Lou isyille the first of the week buy ing millinery and returned yes terday evenirg Mr and Mrs Frederick Mart get of Louisville spent Saturday with their parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Mrs Georgia Hoskins of Campbellsville is visiting her father Mr 7 W Jarb e and sister Mrs Chas McWhorter Mis A E Sundley and Mrs fJ 6 Phillips of Lebanon spent Thursday with Mrs A R hultz and attendel Conference Mrs W C McChord and Mrs Fin ley Scruggs have returned from Danville after a weeks visit with relatives and friends Misses Myrtle Price and guest Miss Gertrude Stocker Messrs Ruel Foster and C W Hagan were in Lebanon Sunday mom ing Mr and Mrs Irvine Whayne after spending tlie winter with Mr C W Noes family Ijave re turned to their hone at Utica Ind ndfamilylwhere Mi Abel has been employed for some tIme IIia cigar factory County Clerk W F Booker Circuit Clerk Robt Non and J W Reidel returned from a fisb ing tripto T thatI last week with plenty of fish Miss Addie Lampton who has been vjsiting the family of her uncle DrJ H Lampton returned to her home in Hardin county last week Mr UC Howaril Editor oftt the Larue County Herald joined Mrs Howard here as guest of j Editor J R Gore and wife They returned home Mcnday Mr Tom Spalding of Bards town spent Stnday with Mr Ben Haydoris family Mrs Spalding and the children re turned home with Mr Spalding Messrs J J Grace Jack Norris John F Simms Torn EJelen Naylor Kim erlin and Lieut Will Reed formed a party which spent a couple of days at Tatham last week Miss Ellen Wat hen returned Monday from Dardstown Junction acconipanied by ber mother Mrs E F Wathen who has fully recovered from a recent attack illness Mr Robt Hardin McElroy daugherMiss ONan is at Tatham Springs this week Mr McElroy is suffering front serious stomach trouble and he is trying the Tatham water cure Rtvs F A Lewis J To Mc- Cormack and wife J L vlurrell J L Edringt nand C H lirather and wife attended con ference here last week They were all former pastors of the Methodist dhurch at this place and thoroughly enjoyed getting back home The marriage of Miss Marga ret Leachman and Mr Crawford Royle Norman of Richmond Va will be quietly celebrated June 7th at flrooklands thef home of the brides parents near town Miss Leadsman is a favorite in society here andI popular in Louisville where the family lived several years Mr t Norman belongs to one of the tAd aiistocratic famlliesof Virginia and is a capable businessman They will reside in Knox vjlle Tenn While jn Louisville this weekI Miss Knott personally elected a complete line of Ladies Misses and childrens hits In all style and an inspection of her hats will be to your interest if you want something ngw for your head KnQtt Millinery Co Protracted Meeting i in Sunday June 17 Rev W U Carver will commence a meeting at tile Springfield Bap tist church Dr Carver is a Profess J in the Southern J3apI list Theological Seminary and pastor of the New Salem Baptist church RiccsI M3ll111 the World The richest man in the world can not have his kidneys replaced not lheI without them so it is impqrtant not to nOglcc these orfisns If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign of danger the symptoms viil HpapI pear and your health will be restored a91t strengthens and builds up tbel organs as nothing ele vlll 0scar Bowman Lelanon Ky writes 1I base used Foleys Kidney Care and take great pleasure in stating it cured me pcrmauentiy of kidney disease i which certainly would have cost meI Ivy life For sale by Red Gross Drug Store l i Turkey Eggs For sale Turkey eggs at 2 50 per doz ri from Narragansette and M B stock Mrs CD Miller TakenUp t A jersey cow came to my place onp mile from rfprragfield on Jim Town road about March 1st Owner can have same by proving property and paying costs SAM TINGLE Notice It is very necessary that he estate of FW Campbell be settled as soon as possible Ah person indebted to the estate are requested to paythe same at once to the undersigned THEO CAMPBELL Admr Of F M Campbell WANXEDTWO men in each county to represent and adverj tise Hardware department puttI nut saUples of our goods etc Traveling pisition or office manI ager Salary 90 pr morithl l cash weekly wih all expenses paid in advance We furnish everythihg THE COLUMBIA HOUSE Dept 010 234 5th A ve Chicago lBJj fu1in With DynamItec Is no more dangerous than to neg lect kidneydisorders Foleyfl Kiduey Curecorrects irregularities and basI Cured inany severe caJes after other treatment has cured rnjy severe cases after other treatment has failedI It builds up the worn out tissues and restores health and vigor I was troubled with kidney complaint for about twj 3 earsu writes A H DaviRiI of Mt Jterhng IowaUbnt two hot ties of Foleys Kidney Cure effected a permanent cur Stld at the Red Cross DrugStore 1GERMAN1 wilIsell Cheaper than anybody v PUMPKIN SEED many quantity Headquarters for LAWN MOWERS l All sizes and jthe bestt kind r The Old Reliable Firm UAYDONlBARBERI i HIS REAPPEARANCE InITo American yeomen a more quiring race than exists among agricult turists of any other region had leen neighbors from childhood upward Peter Prince Lad remained unmar wlteIthough you mock at ghosts IPeterynotion of the spirits of the de to visit the friends they have left behind and the scenes which were dear to them when In the flesh I have never beard from you or any other persoii an argument which otfsuchity tjie departed being permitted to hover about places audI persons deservedly near to them and of appearing and giving a saliitary warning either by signs or words of approaching death and tfie necessity of due preparation Peter Prince laughed and nTter knocking the ashes out ot his pipe he thus addressed his friend Give me the tobacco John I never said It was lot so I only say I ennInot comprehend how It can ba Give uie a coal of Ore I cannot reachtlItongs There max and certainly do exist a great many things beyond our limited comprehension said John J ndlngI the tongs When one or ottibr of us has loft this world perhaps the privi lege may be granted Homer paused What do you mean asked Prince I am thinking said Horner very deliberately that asf one of us will probably be removed before the other and have the knowledge I so thirst aft er glen to him he might be permitted to return and Impart It to his friend Very well Johu Horner said Peter laughlnAI promise that If I go first I will come and tell you all about It If I can and John you must promise the same neighborly office In regard to life If it Is your first turn do said Horner solemnly Here we drop the colloquy arid pro ceed tothe denouement of our istovy with as much brevity as possible being convinced that brevity Is the soul of n story as well as of wit Peter died in the presence of his frteud If not in his arms aiyl with his characteristic hardihood almost with his last breath after recommending his sister to Borders care reminded him of the engagement they had entered into concluding It is my turn to know first and I here solemnly renew my prpniie The death of his friend was a heavy blow to Homer lIe became melan choly Ills thoughts dwelt upon a fu ture state more than ever lie feared that he and his friend had been wrong Inciitcring upon such a contract lIe looked to see a spiritual visitor or to hear from the world whose secrets ho t had so daringly asked to have ills played to him He feared now what he had so earnestly wished Solltutla became irksoiue to him and he c1rendZ ed sleep expecting that In the night when spirits wander until the cock crowing calls them to the prison house the ghost of his friend would announce the fatal secret of his condition and summon him to Iparticipate John fell sick and disclosed to his wife the com pact he had entered into with rotor Now Mrs Homer was a woman lit tle given to speculations of any kind She attended to her duties worked hard scolded sometimes harder went forchurch regularly anti had little anx iety respecting another state of being She laughed at John and Itla said called him and his friend Peter a cou pie of old blockheads for making such a dangerous agreement We shall see whether sba or her husband was right homers illness made It necessary to seek his bed long before the household cares jot his helpmate permitted her to think of rest Suddenly he beard his name pronounced solemnly and thrice John Homer was repeated The cur tains were drawn aside and there stood Peter In flowing robes unlike his former guise and much changed even In countenance but still U was Peter Prince r Horner gazed upon his former friend and tried to ask for the Important communication but lie could only say Speak He then saw the vision bend toward the floor and rising pronounce the mysterious words It might have been better It might have beeu worse Homer started up In bed exclaim ing Stay Tell me more but the vision was gone and he saw his wife I Btaudlug with a bowl In 1r11flUd J As I live I saw him exclaimed the sick man Sawwhor asked Mrs Homer Peter Prince Xousense As plain as I see you He stood Just where you now are Well what did be sof said the dame HO called thrice John Horner John homer John Horner He ed low and rising said It might have been better It might have been ha That almost shouted his wife I called you tiareett3eeroe- I 0 could make you open you74iidfi- nding i that I had knocked 6vjr the ten I stooped for the bowl aiitl ex claimed seeing that It wak not broken It might have been better It mlglJt have boon worse New York = CW4 Dr Weae lreataeRfo Sjnippnrlflea the Wood CerAte hall kln foUo JJTJL = I ILii r c IIIIFOR 1 I Pure Dtus J F I and Medicines ofallUkinds go toi n The Red Cross DrUgStore SMOCK HAYDON Pr prielorsI I Also headquarters for Paints 4ftOils Varnishes OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT cswcI= QOQ BIBBONI I SALEl Friday and Saturday No 40 All Silk Taffeta Ribbon lOc No 60 All Silk Taffeta Ribbon 12 l2c Comes in all Colors This price only for the two days mentioned We have a beautifullj1ie of Fancy Girdle and Stock RiBbons We will offer at the same time a lot of ready tbmake Lawn Waists at a Special Pric They 88come in nicely Patterns and are very styUsh g 8 Special Prices on ggjj Ladies Muslin Underwear Q New Stock of Ladies Silk Shirt W tJuat re ceived We are constantly receiving new things fresh from the Eastern markets Are always flwi to show same ROBERTSON BRUS- qoooOoo lq06 OOC oOOoG o 1 QQQQQQQSQSQSQQSQSSSQ Q SQQCaeQ OQOCa Hi Mimil The first National Bank jSPRINGFIELD KY Gapilal SOQOO 1Surplus and Undivided Profits 23OOO i f lOFFICERSB LLitsey President JohnW Lewis VicePre8ide t A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant OashierJ It E 1Foster BookiCecperH H Purdom Asst BookKeeper DIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis Sidney Green F yCaibell RH Edelen H M Grundy John O Poltn We every favor consistent with safe banking Your Iwil J IooooI rMARKS44Ci GREEN t i The old Reliable Manufacturer and Dealers in all Hiids of I LUMBER LATHS Sf N LESiSASH DOORS BLt iiW handle the celewated Dfff Cannel Goal iiMIXed Cant L 8l t We are sole agents fbc i ACME CEMENT PLASTER f The Best on Earth Prices I Tght iOffice and Yards iJoctor and Railroad StreetsSpringlieM i EVERYBODYS BUSINESS Is Nobodys Business But ir 13uinu icfus to give the public the best work ii 3 m Tinning and Plumbing m wtl at the Jeast possible cost GIVE US ACALUJ jV ml t J WAn T HNRQC SPRINGFIELD KY A jiiiiAiW1s S 1411 raeIM PnsIi Svrttt Stop TW Ce f t Tw 7 = BOY SHERIFFS SrllAN6COtRADE r1V 1NiMk Exiciiiifc In ScfcwIhoHse faf illslllllstFataI Itesilt T JttWti BY TIlE TEACHER t I iChildrei Had Read of Putting to Death iiHjhrftrer at CflBdereport Pa rf DacMed they Wcmhi e Rer04u Wiixr attempting to Imitate the fle falls of the execution n teW days ago J of Charles Browser in Coudcrsport- Pa twp schoolboys at West Branch Almost nariged one 6f their fellows WlTeit the victim waft in the death struggle lcr was cut down by XIIs- spraCe JReynoldsr his teacher and It was sevcral hours before two physl clans pronounced him out of danger Thel boy who almost lost his life Is EddIeBentIoy and Jelnds who elect ed themselves his executioners were Clarence Campbell and Glenn Units Each ot tile boys is thirteen years old They had reaiTall the details of the hanging of Brewster and after school was dismissed for the day they dodd ed to imitate the Lauglng The boys Imd a hot argument over the question of which of them should ImpersonateS Brewster and finally the choice fell by lot to Bentley tJLhe school Uell rope was cut and cue end attached to the branch of a free close to the school The two ex ecutibuers called themselves sher 4lIrs and marched Bentley to the gallows with all the formality they bo lievcd bad attached to the hanging of Brewster Bentley simulated the weak hoairt of the man who died In Condors rjort nndtule two sheriffs gave sup port b grasping the lad tightly by the arms Bentley climbed to the top of a fence and from that elevation the trap was sprung When a noose had 11bl11 j S TDb11UAP WAS SPBUX- OIrerchlcf Then at a signal from the hanjzlneii Uentloy dropped from the fenced The rope tightened with his tocshuout six inches from the grbuud and ii an lusfciut he was struggling for his life Beutleys Hands had been bound with cord and he was unable to Uclp himself For few moments Campbell and Units did not realize the seriouaness of their prank then when Beutley began t6 to choke they rushed In affright to ward thcschool Miss Reynolds heard their cries and rushing out at onc grasped the situation She cut the rope with a pair of scissor which she carried ToaiiR DentJcJns unconscious iwlion put down IJte face was black and for a few minutes Miss Reynolds thought he Was dead The rope had cut his neck and blood flowed freely from the wounds I t ir es One Dnllar Dills For Undershirt tHaflDs Iveib6was In police court in Cleveland the other day charged with InxicfUfou lie was without an overcoat How do you keep warm in such weather as this with those light clotbes asked Judge Fiedler f t Ill show you remarked Keibe He threw his light coat on flic table Next his vest came orrI1e then show edllic covering of dollar bills There are ninfcty of them They and ten inure were given to me by my wife when I lost hcrf the ether day said Keibe iHow did you loseb9r1sked the judge hcgot a dIvorce 7ldstlier In the courthouseS 3 Jveibtt was discharged Fought Cougars For Ltincl Jolilr Leamy n back flagman on the 1 Katie Ifrifley railroad survey now en gaged on thie North Fork In1 Oregon a fejviiayiB ago risked his own life to 4fot the lumh of the party The yoUjigrfltXgman upoii returning to tyiuip nfjioDn found cougars enjoying the nanihrlehas which had been left in his thar tid choosing to risk his life ratjipr tUan fnei a party of twenty hunnT Etirvpyors he made a rush at the ftlma t1l1 secured the major porMsu of the cataWes t EYLONSDEVILBIRD If GetS itpE =d Name Froin Its Ap fpalling Scream ilpst poplewhq have visited the islnu bf Gcylon ana enctrated into Itsj3iglc fastiiessos haver4ieard the cryoj the devil bird This awe in E1i1bCPlLPdrCIIib1C Othing SJ liiich IA thescroaiji oijivhuiiian bc jin undergoing the mostj terrible tofbirc Naturalists have ijjcuti died it with the Syrniuni indrani a vfoqivii vroQlJ owl found in Hindu Jfen nut tllo dovfl bird or nla vina as the GinalbsQcalKijttia anI ht crettiireuntlnimue a51m frood fortuncijfakiU or catch a CtOflh1110 hsenmutural- I tpertitioi raceregard the of thisJnrcIttIui thatibiioll hor k TJ 4W1i1Svc that Its scream 4 1cr t4 i lit presages the nost dirt inisfc and they are in the bit of ngsaorifices to avert the approaching disaster The su uerltiftfin iia iorolialv t great fl 4 I w wwgmiyt put floDcrt ivno WUO was a prisoner in Oeylon for ten- ttfy years bout the middle of the seventeenth century gives an interesting account of it although in common with the natives he be lieved the cry proceeded from the vdeyil himself + This I can confirm he writes that oftentimes the devil doth cry with audible voice in the night Tis very shrill almost like the barking ofa dog This I have often heard myself Only this observation the inhabitants of the lahd have made of this voice and I made it also that either jut before or very suddenly niter this voice always the king cuts off people To believe that this is the voice of the dcvi these rca sons urge Because there is no crca turc kftown to the inhabitants that cries like it find because it will on a sudden depart from one place and make a noise iin another qulckci than any fowl torn flv and because the very dos will frembleund shake when they hear iitt and tiso ac counted by all thcpeoplc A modern account however is given by Mr Mitford of the Ceylon civil service who aJfirnScd that IK hod often heard the cry while al Ivuruncgala wfi ere the hird luiuntct the rocky hill behind the govern nlent house He had evidently studied thc mysterious bird with great interestthIts ordinary note ho writes is a magifiliccnt clear shout like that of n human bqing which can be heard at a great dis tance and has a line ciTectJn the silence of tho closing fright But the sounds which have earnedjor it its bad name and which I have heard but once to perfection are indescribable tho inost appalling that can be imagjlriad aiiTarcely tobc heard without shuddering Ican only compare it to a bby4ntQr turc whose sereaiiis are len tolt 1131ct1ulucaliNewS Unexpected Honesty jIThe other day said the club mtuiU came across a case of pure honesty and downright conscien tiousnuss One of the members o our club gavethe janitor a colored youtlM about scvciitcan a quarto for some personal service iundsaid Take this and go to jtlie thcater Next morning to hisgrcat surprise the hoy returned the money to him saying he had not been able to ue it Pressed for ah explanation the boy saul he had askfell his mother about it and sheV advised him not to go to the thculer tnd as he had not u cd the ihoiiey for the purpose it wits given ho felt tluifcit did not Belong to him ftInot lknow what ollowcd hut I am sure the boy will lose nothimrbv his conduct VaslungtonLStturS tith rome men and women like tthe s upple delicate fin gers of the artistes htm1aiid those who have ituseheif gift instinc iively It h nh1elsurcdalike to those who hive ft Men possess it in different degrees while others again arc wanting in it altogether It is the outcome of intellectual and temperamental qualifications and implies the possession of clear per ception quick imagination and delicate sensibilities It iis these that give the tactful person his subtle in tuition of anothers mental processes find modes of feeling and in the same moment exactly the right method of dealing with these Whit Shi Rcrnembered Now Sirs Jones said the prosecuting at orhcjy to time witness will you tell u but Mrs Smith 5ai slootingMrs solong ago that Ii Jantremcmber what she did say But she wore a plum col ored dress with a bolero coat and appliquo on thi rcVcr Andshe frorc a turban hat with a pompon on the lloft sideaiidas I ftm under oath I tell you now that it was a fright TIer skirt was made in seven gores with a long flounce But here the prosecuting attorney fsucceeded in breaking in on the lino pctroit Free Press i She Mdea Good Guess It was at nIt afternoon tea and the girlwith bad memmy turned cold as two vaguely familiar women sfrtfctcd her cordially while she stood chatting with a friqnd An intro- ductiOn was obviojisly expected not t9 say imperative So stupidof mo to forget your name she murmured smiling jwcetl but J am sUe it bogina vithatf r 11057 doesnt it Alnibit other Its Emerson riiturUQthe Iressl One may nrr rlJ1gg only by labor Srndiy saves from d- 1tirgenwntAtrflntet iUn Cow gave Butter tjmankind would have jnvent milk Milk is Na Lures emulsion butter put in shape for diges tion Cod liver oil is extremely nourishing but Ithas to be emulsffiedli before we can digest it Scotts Emulsion 4r combines the best oil hYPOIphosphites easy to digest and does far more good than the oilI alone could That Emulsionlthe nourishing food rnedii cine in the world t Send for frqe sample SCOTT BOWfJE Chemists 409416 Pearl Street Now Yorl- SOc andLOO All drugfftsts I fAk1rTh1 CONSUMPTIONS WARNINa Inside facts soon become evident in outside symptoms C G GREEN 4The aid of scientific inventions is not needed to determine whether your lungs are affected The first symptoms can be readily noted by anyohe of average intelligence j There is no disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach as consumption and no serious disease that can be so quickly reached and checked if the medicine used is Dr Boschees German Syrup which is made to cure consumption f lilt is in the early stages that German Synlp should be taken when warnings are given in thecough that wont quit the congestion of the bronchial tubes and the km1uat weakening of the lungs ac expectorationqBut your- cough even iif dread consumption has already attacked your lungs German Syrup wrl surely effect a cure as it has apparentlyliopelethQNew trial bottles 250 Regular size 75c At U druggists S FOLLOWS MISTRESS TO WATERY GRAVE Faithful Cgllie Leaps Overboard as j Babys Body Is Buried f 1atSea J- nSAn extraordinary example of canine devotion was witnessed on board the Anchor liner Columbia recently when a beautiful Scotch come named Daisy leaped overboard after the body of net fouryearold mistress had been con signed to the sea The dog which belonged to Andrew Macdonough father of the child had been the little girls constant compaii ton since she was able to crawl and had rcscued her several times from lpo sitions of peril On one occasion when Mary was playing In the istreet In front of their home In GJnsgo1crun away tcqiu came rushing down upon ri cTillS COLLIE WITH i FRANTIC DAnK LKAPKD INTO Tllli hieitShe was too frightened to move but the dog suddenly seized her dress anti dragged her to safety Little Mary was not well whQir tIme ship left Glasgow and the rough weather brought on a violent seasick ness which resisted all offbrfs Dr BrtjtH the ships surgeon aiid tJ child died Time grief of the log was pathetic 1Jcelljbrouhtf durlnjc her illness mid would He for hours outside the stateroom door UsI toning for tile voice of Its nustress Its Instinct inforincd it at once when the end came and the bepcaviwl ani mal set UlnJheartbroken laDVvlng A steward tried to coax it Inflow but It refused to move antit showed is teetli at the man Whim the body ot tlie child WlS brought out oil deck for burial Daisy followed and stood moaning while tfif servloc was being read Mr MacdoHOUfih fearful lest dog to might try to leap oSerb6erd utter thtv hOllIkeptji firm grip on its collar iMit his precaiiflon was of no jjvail tot as the waves closed over the dead child th collie pave one frantic bark and vmuliiujr Its head free of time collar leapi l upon the ships rail and into the sea and was drowned TRUSTED IN- UNWRITTEN LAW1 ftlississipplan Who Shot Rival SUTH prised by Being Held For Murder D It Chalmers manager of a plan tation atHUlhousei JDssr dclib autely pliinncd to kill the ihnn Nvliom he a ecusosotstealimi his Avife continent of acquittal under tlic unvrlttcn law lIe killed the mann Si A Arnold hOOk keeper at the same plantation lie de liberately shot him to loath In phs Teiinat the liar of the cmI able Gaydo hotyll and then exhibited to the horrillikl eroird this letfer writ ten by J W Eldrltise owner of the Hlllbouse pluututloti 5iTIIthouse4 Miss March To Whom It lay Conctrn Tlleben r1rQr thlsD R Chalmers 1- 3one of my cniployofB Ito goes to Memphis today to kiujid satisfaction of a man jvjicn Ba abused lils friendship and broken up bis fewnc Should Ijft get in any dimcultr unit apprehend ho wiy d- osoI will take It as a great favor that you war render him all the assistance you can and make any bond necessary for him J AVjELDRIDGE Time corpuor8 Jury declared In Its verdict timt Chalmers was utterly justified 11 taking Arnolds life Clial mors Is held without hall Onlyii Ilu Jlctwecti I ifc and Death In ono of most remarkable acci dents in the history of the Long Island railroad more than n hundred pass en gers in three curs of the Montauk ex press bound forJong Island City had FrceJportonly by the coupTlns Had the pin uIoJJ lhl n itoa r yicr tae aremendoiw c = zNar- t tPS1 W rkW WWI 6 Wi liW I I CUE lflJT DARE 1 t I i One tHat is nott Untried but a great andV luniform Breeder I Chestnut Dare will make the present season at my g stable near Springfield at S 20 To Insure a Living Colt 4 Chestnut sorrel 6 years old 10 hands oneinch high a e large handsome saddle and harness horse stylish perfect jj jin form m gaits and in action His size fmislir bone and are such that will cross on our smallest mares f ubstance and produce the highest type Adiich the market demands g I Judges of horseflesh have flattered him by saying he is t the best son of hisfamous sire His produce of two sea g sons have secured their share of first money in closely contested rings Having met anddefeated the progeny of t I such sires as Chester Dare 10 K Kquirrclh Golden Gar R Greatland and others Horsemen pronounced his ring of colts of last season better than those given by the owners of such sires as Montgomery Chief and Highland Denmark tg Chestnut Dare was sired bj the great Chester Dare I 1st dam by Red Chief he by Clark Chief he by Mambrino iChief 1l2d dam by Black Hawk Chief 3d dam by Brink ers Drennon Considering his breeding size stylel general confor i mation and his yniform show of colts I ask the patronage S of this and adjoining counties I LEXINGTON PRINCEII iiLexington Prjnce is 152 hands high sorrel with fine mane and tail a heavy and compact horse He is not only fancy saddle bred but is also an extra saddle horse with igreat action and graceful movements He has a nation of Denmark and Cabeirs Lexington blood combiiiLexington Prince is by Red Prince sire of the pion saddle horse Thornton Star he by Second Jewel by g- jWashmgtoVfrenmark His first dam by Von Moltke by Cabells Lexington was a large bay handsome show ward under the saddle 2d dam by Lexington thoroughbred recommended as a breeder for This horse comes highly fancy saddle and high acting horses i 10 To Insure a Living Colt lMy old welt known mule Jack which has proven him self to be one of the best in the county for high priced 6 mules will stand at S 10 to Insure a Living Colt g fit tm Also GRAY KING a dark gray Jack 15 hands 1 inch and bone big feet good P high very lengthy great weight head and Sear and no better bred Jack for mules His sire a large black Jack by Imp Leon wa4r great mule Jacks hit1am is a very arge and fine Revelle jennet S3 TOiiINSURE A LIVING COLT A cordial invitation iIs given to all to call and see 9 this tock Season mciney is positively due when mares a are traded off parted with or bred to other stock I IBB LEACHMAN RF D No3 SPRINGFIELD KY M5 W C4 wueup7 MMWttiStfa rbOtrnv ens tr inevfirrf 7 been wrecked by the front cud ailing Upon tlio tics and tie two Tear cars alsrf must have been demolished The esprejw was speeding at fifty miles ai Ibour Intnlly Ilantctl In AVJier Mael WakeJIold n hepseuiakor In factory of Clear Creek Cbautaucpjr coHiity X Y waK fatally burned by fallhig Into a vat of boiling whey ItefltI Message When Lord Randolph Churchill was leader of the house of commons hens a soiiiowjmt unconventional oeuupunt of that exalted post ae biographykIanx commanded by the queen said Lord Iddcsleigh writing to Lord Randolph from Balmoral to say that her majesty was greatly unused by the contents of your dis patch box last night I suppose you wont Understand this message with out some ixplanationthere was a liberal sprinkling of tobacco in itY Sticking to the Point othersHave you kept your baby brother nice and quiet white Ivj beev i gone Tdimny ImflflIyOs niommo- ruther Has he cried any at all iomnmvlle hasnt made a sound monriier not the whole time Mother WhatJjlid ypu give liini ip gmshiinisclfwitimf Tomiiiy The mucilage bottle ind hes been like si mouse sinoo time axst Esrk Baltimore Amcricam Clover na n Soiling Croji I I Clover can be used time HCIBOH through as a solllnp rop for dairy cat tie Many farmers Intro a Ktuall patch of It or hare it fjrowln in the orchard If htHIz handy to the vow barn It Is but a siimll task to feed green ci avor to thucows at least oiiee a day The nor ct Shcjii f lime Doreot tuiswors ospoeially wll for crossln upon Southdown for mut t ton pnrpbses ltWin also sbfar froti I nix to eightDOUtuls of unvashcd woo of fine quality The II mod 3Iari- Ilylit wflrk even Utot till time of foaling will not Injure a mare as much us wrk too soon aftor foalinjc I DO YOU GET UP- WITHALA J IE BACK 3Ifdncy Jrottblc Hakes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of the wonderful r cures made by D- rT Ik j SwanoRootlJhe ii j It is the great rnedU ii caltrlumnhohhentne t wfl teenth century dis flIItcovered after years of scientific research by Dr Kiimer the eml neat kidney and blad tier specialist and is wonderfully successful ih pr6mptly curing lame back kidrey bladder uric acid troubles and Brights Disease which is the worst formf of kidney trouble Dr KllmeVs SwanipRqot Is not rec oomended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble Itwill be found Jost the remedy you need It has been tested many ways in hospital work in private purgaserellef n zPery case that a special arrangement hs paperihof sample bottle sent free by mall also a book clUng mire about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidm y or bladder trouble When writing mention rt ading this generous n fer In this paper and fCKrv 4 nd your address to ir U KiImeriatCoBlng it kmton NY The p w ular fifty cent and JTomet Swmpflo- otriC3pJ axe sold by nU good druggists r MINTS FOR FARMERS Gacrn ey Cuttle The heal of tile Guernsey Is rather ktngthe neck rather slender the body large dell and rangy the rump prom heat the llftnk thin thighs incurved and twist open and roomy Altogether the animal Is at oiicd recognized as businesslike and belonging to the pro nounced dairy type They are light In color yellow and orange ipredomluat lug with Icousiderable White usually in large patches on the body and the legs Darker shades approaching brown are found upon some cows and are quite common on bulls The muz Icsore almost Invariably buff 05 flesh cOlorjcd surrounded by a fillet of Ihair1 Time horns are small curJlghtI waxy thin shelled and usually for third ofrich deop yellow a length from the base The udder a d teats are usually large aud well shaped and placed Tolincco Liquid For fle- A number of dairymen who have ex perienced trouble with lice on the dai ry cattle have found that tobaCco is one of the best remedies says the Chi itigo later Oivan Simply take a l olind plug of any bmnd of tobacco and boil It for two or three hours In two gallons oT water Then set It off iho stove until It cools and pour oft the buhl and add two gallons of fresh water Apply this liquid to the cow rffcctod with lice A heavy fiber horse brush Is best to be used in applying the liquid as it rubs the medicine In under time hair Those who tried this preparation say that one or two appli cations are enough to destroy the worst case of lice In existence Young stock especially may receive the treatment With beneficial results Scedlnc to Grass and Clover In seeding with clover the Ithode Is hind experiment station recommends seven and a half hounds of cleaned fancy redtop fifteen pounds of timothy aiid seven and a halt pounds of corn mon red clover seed to the acre If Clover omitted twenty pouuds of timothy and ten pounds of fancy red top seed should be sown to the ncreI The land should usually be rolled after seeding or if it is too moist a light drag constructed for the purpose may ho substituted Autumn seeding should be done from Aug 13 to Sept 5 Seed lug late In the season Is poor policy iSpring seeding without grain Is not to the recommended upon weedy land Early fall seeding is usually preferable to spring seeding for grass Best Soil For the Garden While phi tlTe land used for the mar fleet garden and the strawberry bed ought to be smooth enough and suM ciently dOur of stones to permit the use of the most improved labor saving tools mind Implements both horse and band the market must to a pieat ex tent Influence the selection of soil If the market requires the production of tearly vegetables It Is evident that a cold clay soil would be unsuitable but that a light sandy loam would be needed while again if the market can most profitably be supplied with later varieties In their most perfect develop ment a good strong Hoiltclay or heavy loam would lbe best American CultV vnton Care of ChlckK Dont feed brooder chicles too soon nfter they are hatched lw ut four to fortyeight hours and even longer will dn no liarm A writer to Western Poultry Journal says that he feeds nothing lor the first three days and seldom loses si clilik wharo before he had of ten taken th dead chicks from the brooder in siuli numbers that it fairly made sick Just before the clilclt breaks shell time yolk is absorbcJ into tbsAbdonicn nod thus furnishes food for tli little paoper for some time lrcelng too soon binders the proper assimilation of this yolk which food provided by nature causes to fcruieatJiud thus literally poisons 4lC 7YS COL JOHNI1 fA Silver rDarkrbay 153 hands fine style speed anl action Threeyears od This olt is a son Qftltegreaf Onward Lcxingtonandwithuiivo lorjiiuuoana was tiikeirTO 4 Onward 2O5tofelGeorge Wilkes 222 and out of Sylvian Maid by Aberdeen sire of Kentucky Union 207K COL Hundleysfirstand full brotfier to RienaVictoria dam of Euclid 2lJ and Princeton 226YaRierfa Victoria sold for t4800 at McFerrans sale Second damn NellY Anderson dam of Worry 228 by Gills Vermont sire ot Bonner BOj123 and danis of131n230 Or better also sire of the dam of Gambetta Wilkes 9 19Ut ciro of Eyelet 2OO4 GJi de te2j1iJ ttie Lori112O54 and seventyfivg others better than 230 fJ Third dam Miss Anderson by Garrard Chief COL JOHN I will make tfiepresent season at ij 15 to Insure a Living Colt iJ I will also standat the same place my fine staUion BLACK BIRD afJ i Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck Have also tWo fine Jacks which will stand at 8o Insura Living C lt 5 j Springflehdontakes to 2ccidentsb twihEnot be lesponslble shoukiany occur Linr etainedon all colts until season is paid andmoney due when colt isfoaled or mare is parted witH orbred elsewhere thltIIf DcLfI15sevs IflBoa koMC soW lbi pelt 12 BKMthS This SHdMtlBre FOLLOW THE FLAG Cheap Colonists Rates to Oregon Washington Montana t 7 Brit h Columbia Nevada Umh Wyomi g New Mexico Arizona Colorado and California Points ROUND TRIP i Horns Seekers Exrursia to many points West J Drop postal card for particulars W GREENE D P A Wasbash R R LcusiliaK- yHOWE oJcptb- JoLAsszi1 Something New and entirely different frrm tb old style Marie in regular reaI ing glassps and in near sightf d and far cighted glasses combined Cost no more than jibje old style 1 per iar in every way We Guarantee them and will promptly refund money ifthey fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write us mentioning his paperand well tell you how tc grd pair Of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve your rouble if its not incurable T JJ Howe Co Opticians Louisville Ky DROPS CURES RHEUMATISMLUMBAGO NEURALGIA end KIDNEY TROUBLE SDMfS tAken Internally rids blood of the poisonous matter and acids which are tbe direct causes of these diseases Applied externally it affords almost in hauL relief from pain white a permanent- cure is being effected by purifying the blood dluolTinir the twlsonous sub stases aM rraaoTJDg It from tlie system IDRSGa D rttesi BLAND nirtr r for number of y atp ttttb Lotnlxigo md ltIzvumntim In artoi sad ltgiand tried all r inedle that esther from medical work and alto conratted with nmimbrof lbs best 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p radius only 6 wulesl the the jeans farm seyrer pipe coxes and procluclnz and sole cement Budplumbers the home tha intheworld the the South and one the plow tories the world and has a inter urban lIne a dty its city has the park in the United States and many mall and and the the COM Enroll At this school do work and youll never b want good In a like HOW tae uma w =SRYnT STanTON BjJSIJIESSCOlLEGE LQUisvtLLE t 1f 1 4 = JH CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COf ILong distance mCOBrOKATBO and telephones enable you to talk almost 0ILouisiana In quick j tsatisfactory communication jpeople of this great section of the country I patronage Rates reason tj j Equipments and facilities passed J C CALDWELL LELAND T WtIlA Gel Xaaagei Asat Gel Xr 1rsisr Irrealdeat Trees Plants Vines For therspringpf 19QO the Blue GrassiNurseries Lexing ton t ciffera full stock Fruit and Ornamental JSvergreen Shrubs Straw herl iesJGrape Vices Small Fruits Rhubarb Asparagus VV6 employ Agents Strawberry and General Cjttas logues Application to- HFniLLENMEYER4SON5J drur the tjnsDcb cure a couh Minut tough cust inQammaUOiout for many yearlSteUll Its anoiUte l1esf Sold bjr J Haydon f J 25 Jj of WORLD mnnfactorinjr of wagons wooden fn handling whisky leather tobacco ax handles supplies Louisville Is of largest 9rxanIfactory largest soap facWry In of largest In electttc Louisville Is of BEAUTI FUL HOMES property valuation is S200COOOCO It grandest system nificent publfe buildings churches Is home of WORLDS LEADING MERCIAL SCHOOL THOROUGH in of position booming en terprising city Louisville is KY J lines of and We can put you and with the We solicit your able unsur JAMCS HUME D Soy Ky trees Pent Core l Sour t V StomacH J Nqapp tite Jloss of strengthmmrve L ness headache constipation bad batk general debility sour risings aid Cwr of thftjStomach are all due to Indigestto 1ICodol cures Indigestion This naw dJscay cry represents the natural juices ef dlgci l tlon as they exist id a healthy stomach combined with the greatest knows tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol DyaJ pepsla Cure does not only cure IndifMtioH atid dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cle Minf purifying sweetening and strsmmthenint the mucous membranes lining theJe ich MSSafl0R1YeflWOOdWVLil1L was troubled ww stomach for 1Kodol cured nw and wa 15n0wu5155 Itia baby rsJJ K4l a WIIM YE J Bottles I7SI 00 Ske holdhr 2f times tlM ZawkIckseIlsfar50ceMs lPrtfMTMl ky D VITT O6 OWGA4W Sold byJlr Haytfpn thiifirm 3Li 6 t l t f requited tbsetlo same Atro