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Isss I jt lit 1N 18931 v i MEW SEWESYOL XIII NO20 f rr SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 24 1906 t sieo PER YEW JI l I 7 fIF TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISToOOllice over Havdon Barber JVnfal work treasonable prices tfwork guaranteed SPRINGFIELD I KY OUR DIRECTORY l SPWNGFrBI county seat of fTashingtoit County SS miles south ut of i5sington 59 miles from Kisvl1te on Bardstown branch ol OHisville and Nashville railroad in p i arminjf and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone i ines express office flour mills lumber arts Population 1100 population of xraaty 15000 Representa tiveiii Coiigrcss Hon D it Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in KeUtuckj Leffis lattire Hon W D Claybrooke Repc6111 6 State Senate Hon aarry Lancaster UbritYi County directory CIRCUIT COURt I Circuit Court begins on the fourth Moda v in February May sad Octo br IH Thurman Judge It Ii Durham Commonwealth At THeylr fFu Campbell Clerk Mi G Leachmtn Masteromtniss tier QUART IO Y COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month llB It Litsey Judge Ii COUNTY COURJICounty c irt meets pntHe fourthi i ot day in e tch mouth B L Litsey Jjdge W F Booker County Clerk TS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett JaUerJ Sidney Osbourne Sheriff 9 Sam Anderson H B Powell Herbert Eddleman Pepntie Ed Masters r James F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor vVT Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer JM Montgomery Coroner Jt W Bush Soptof Common tcnooli P O SprlnglleldI AOlTy COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal WF Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE C6UT Jnbtice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser vices on the First and Third Sunday l fin each month at 11 am and 730 pm SuridaySchrolevery Sunday at 10 ami Prayer meeting every Wednesday agbt CA1HOUC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessar Pastor Ser ViCes every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock aim D Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH RevW TWal den PaeAvert Surdav r C PBESBYTERIAN OHURCU- BeV TD Latimer PaM r Preaching every Satiday at laml- and at 7 pm Sunday school every tinday 9t 10 am Prayer meetin- Wery Thursday evening at 7 BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williamts t Preaching everv Sunday at 1 im and 74pm Sunday School even Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting v cry Tuesday evening at 745 0 clod Fraternal Order MASONIC LODGE Spring id lodge No 50 meets first and third Monday t each mouth Was1tnton R A Chapter No meets every second Tuesday Sprinjrfield Council of2 meet very fourth Monday KNIGHTS of Tan MACASKKS Meet i t rro 1FOLEYS i HONEY ANDT ARI JHwtiirSiritttt RtMitts yFruiSIdRemember the name allysjfenry Mid Tir Insist genuineItuur iiy lty FV AR1RY Chlcaas JorS111e bj Ted frog lt IQ t I EELEADE1 r W u iimroihh o iWH iirlri L1 ROUND Of TALK J oo Say Something Good From the Baltimbre American Pick out the folks you llike the east and watch em for awhile They n ver waste a kindly word they- neverwaste a smile They criticise their fellowmen at every chance they getfThey never found a human just to suit their fancy yet From them I guess youd learn some thingsl if they were pqinted out e things that every one of its Iso should know a lot abouttIWhen tome one lpas around the lovingcup Say something goodabout him if you have to make it tip Its safe to say thatewery man God male holds trace of good 1Thatfeilowfir if he could The kind y deeds in many a soul are hibernating there Awaiting tfae encouragement of otherl tIl8JJmtaare To show the best thats in them in 5 af universal move Would start hhe whole world running in a hopeful helpful groove Say something sweet to paralyze the knocker oh the spot Speak kindly of his victim if mow tIre man or not ouI iis0RGANIZATIONThere among the farmers ofwhatisthe White Burley tobacco district which promises to result in an organization whichwill ultimate ly result in the controlling of the selling pric of their tobacco lbatlsuch well known Washington county tobacco grower in speaking oi the tubacco market the other dfcy told of how he look his crop of White burley toL1lsville an saw iii sold at a less prce than a lot of tobacco of ttie dark variety which as every one knows usu idly sells at a much lower figur tHen Burley Our tobacco growing friend is seeking an explanation of this stateof affairs wa informed that the cause wa du to ihe fact that thertjwas an or ganizationsback of the dark iob aico interest and hat organi a tiotf had something to say abou tIle selling price The principlti of the organization is quite sim pie and involves no unwieldl stock conipanj nor the hand in ofi stock subscriptions nor th interesting of ease r capitalists Th frmers are not called upu to p t up any money They rc simply invited to join a litte Ik cat society made up of farmer in v certain ndighuorhood Whe as many as three of thes socit ties are formed iri i county county orgatiizatiun may befort ed vhich will tJ come a meiub ot ti e stat organization whict in tu n joins the national organi tion which is knon as thf Amercan ocLtt jof Equitv Thi urg nizatio has beei o cr ating uccessfully for ye2 ia the western and iiortnern st t s whet e it iaa frtCtor iu controlling the pric b ot con aua w eat The fqling from the Hopkins yule Kentuckintels sumethina- ff of the effect tn the dark ubacc mtrktt j- t u Four hundred hogsheads o tobacco hive been suld iu th city thUweekbyi sal sman Il I Jarrett of tne Planters Ass ci tion ailo which b ought go prices some Ofl he weed gui as high aM 12 Thf re i anne ive oemand for all grades a therehi no ti puble in selling t bacco in god order Al ihou the quality of tobacco rais d Ch istian county ast year is n as good as that of the year befopg 7the association is getting more moiey for it and a lively good demand for alt grades from now on is expected The associations growth and extended influ ence is shown by the fact that the membership uhich was 7000 last year is ndjw more than 12000 Outside of Clarksville toe affairs of the association are being harmoniousljr conduced mIbersmI sodl tion here are now more than 2O OhogsheadsITjie plan by which this society influences pricesis simply to reg u ate the supply Wor goes out frgtifthe head drtanizat on it the smaller branches with orders ohod off the product until a e thin tme whea itwi estimated l that tlia lemanl will force th I 9 price After ail it is the supply aUIpricesi they will only exercise it We understand that there is only one lodge or society so far organized in this county but others are to bo formed UT IT DOWNTlOr years there has existed for some unaccountable reason an undercurrent ofobEId feelings among a certain class of ci izens in the country distiicts towards the county seat and her business interests 1 pst why this unfortunate state of iceling sboud exist is hard in explain but it crps out every nnv and then Whenever there is an op rtuni t tpJKllockJLagajl h wn there can generally be foun a few misguided citizens from the rural districts who are ever ready to size it This iis all wrong and should not be encouraged detween Springfield arid the country distric s of the county nothing but the kindliest of feeling should prevail The town is dependent on tie country and 10 a greit extent the country is de pendent en thH town That which isof beneQt to tile o e is of like benefit to the other Ekch has its particular office to fill and there is no occasion for any jealousy between the country interests aod the to interests r Jr upl ronAfflUr NorbJng will relieve indigestion that Is not a thorough digesiatf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests wat you eat at d allows the stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals lwUl soon restore the btcmach anf tdigv stive organs to afull perjrrm adce af their functions naturVll and bring health and strength Sola by O J Havdon I Fell 180 Feet i1On of the luckiest men ve have ever heard 6f is Frank Ashcraft who toppled over the Kentucky river cliff on the road leading to Brook n Bridge attid who landed ut the bot om 180 feet elow and yet lives to lei the storrTt e mishap occurred Ilist Thursduy His brothers missed him and wondered as to his whereabouts and Friday morning instituted a search for him Franks hat was found on the pike at the edge f the cliff and examination showed that the dirt and rock at the edge of the precipice bad been disturbed Believing that the man had fallen tiaarchersbyI or their search lying unconscious in the ravine below Though terribly bruised and mangled no bones were broken He was taken home and medical aid was summoned und he is pow doing well at d it is said he will r cov er Teat he was not killed out rightteem niiraculousand more so from ihe factthat he lay from Thursday morning until Friday afternoon a the bottom of the cliff without atteution Mr Ash craft it is said dmits that he was intoxicated and says Le has no recollection of now he got oyer the fence that protects tray ellers Jiurhs La dn remembrance of Ltliingrn fact becan tell nothing about it He had50 in his pockets and in someway prob bly as he was going down tais com came out of his trousers and was scattered about in the und6rbrush- The point where be went over is almot perpen picu ar but small ledges of ock and dl project out every fifteen or twtnby lee ana it is thought that Ashcraft bounced from one o another of these which to a great extent brokehis fall Hud uot his ha remained on the pike his plight would not have become known a dhe would have soon died and his fate would probably mysteyrHarrodSbUrgF I A good complexion is impossible frith the stomach out of order F panty sallow people yeuld pay more ttention to their stomachs and lest to- W skin on their faces they would Lave better complexions Kodol fcr Dyspepsia will dijrest what you eat Ed put your stomach back in right jape to diitS own work Kodoi rei ves palpitation of the heart flaWi ce SOUt stomach hfnrt burn etc Id by all Jru gists N Brve Act Through the presence of mind- d bravery 01 Miss Eva G ray e thirteen year olddaughter of r arid Mrs R J Gray who duct the boarding house on corner of Market and Watfr eet a irapedy was avwed jterdjt nboutnnon lust oss the railroad f m the Gray meis the parsonage of th Presbyterian church where re Hv ai d vji fa M rnel ODe who have three bright and it resti g children Onp of em Patsey age1 three yt trs hile playing with her sister yps rday at the hour namjd above a de edIIn ihe railroaa track jst as a freigM train g ng orth was anScT upon her The i d unc nciOis o the impend dui nr food imn vi lebBt S tu atejv Ms iry whu wus L ding on ill uprch of here saw the chi ds p ill ad Ith a pi it of hr4im that mu d in for her Carnegie fdal ruhed out and asis ed je little on off the track just as Iha tram passed so cbs that it uched iss Grays dres Rv lid Mrs Cornel sori weremuch ougbtt up and not wishing to e any nuance of a recurrence jed in a few hour to a house I High street opposite the res once of vlr Sam 13 Bottom Lbanon Enterprise the- Children f For To suithese days you must have plenty of grit cour age strength How is it with the children Are they thin pale delicate Do nott forget Ayers Sarsaparilla You know it makes the blood pure and rich and builds up the general health in every way The ehlldren eannot poaalblr baye ltoodl1callh unlert tilS bowels are in prop r conditlou tor reet any conitlpatlop by smalL laraUre dote of Ay ef All TeseUblctue coatcd IIA1iYt Ayer Co towrtl MaaI1 sumofMtarari of LI iqers VIa ORii We hae no aearts t We pubUsla the formulas ori cr medctrs HOME COMING Former Washington County Residents Indicate Their Intention of Attending TIe big Event The plans for Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 17 are practically complete ane anyone at all familiar with them will agree that they point to the largest gathering in the history of the south The very lowest estimate based upon acceptancp cards and letters on file at the headquarters of the LouisyilU Commercial Clubp int to an at tendance of OV T 55000 exKen tuckians Only a small portion of this number ndcatedon their acceptance cards the county of tbeirbirtb b low will he found a list of former residents of this county who have accepted the Bum Ubmitig invi ation This list by no means rspies tits tht attendance 0ftho Itccounty Practically every one accepting the invitation has stated that he or she will be ac companied by from two to five others The Home Coming Associa Lion at Louisvvifie inform usthrtt Washington county will accord ing its estimates be represent by 510 former citizens of this county during the big June event As the railroads have wade a rate of one fare for the round trip froui Louisville to all points in Keutucky tickets going on sale June lGbb it is expected that all former citizens f our IC unty who visit Louisville vir core to their old homes as SOOI as they hi ve partvken fully of Loncvillos hospitality Tue following is the list referi ed to Jas Murr tat Webb City islo- r C Janes Waching Texas Amy H Rinehart Oakland Cal N Montgomery Norbone Mp Jno D Montgomery Omaha Neb T H Carrico Sanger Texas A S Mayes Berkley CaC Mrs R Lr McAlUst r Safford Aliz Mrs E M Hightower Brundidge Alabama C E Jlailey Grand Junction Colo Jas Frazee Kansas City Mo Emmett F lIElroy Kansas City Mo Hugh L McElrpv Kansas City MQ Mrs Qordia Foster Windsor Mot Elmer Foster Windsor Mo C F Powell Agency Mo S H Gregory Alton Ills Lee McElroy Kansas City Mo Dr and Mrs J H Johnson Round Rock Texas Hunter A Craycroft Dallas Texas- C T Blanford Lafollette Tenn Wm A Taylor Moore Oklahoma Sherpian Hendron Winslow Ind W Sj XYillson Miama FJa Mrs Calista Sharrard Pawnee Oklahoma Mrs JB Hopkins Nevada Mo Mrs C H Vawter Southport Ind AJ Vancfe Jackson Tenn- J P Stine Ramsey lil Miss LHaybourne Oakland Cal- M i N J J Dodson Nashville Tenn Stephen E Browne Kansas City Mo Chas S Montgomery Los Angeles Califdrnia W P Peter Dallas Texas Linahan Beadle Arnin P 0 Texas- C E Graycroft Sherman Texas Col Mark L McDonald Santa Rosa California Phillip Burns and wife Algears lad J W Wheatley Kansas City Mo Sidney Hedges Henryv lle Ind W D Coy National Home End W R Elgin Corith Miss NL Mitchell Leavenworth Kah Mrs Kate Skagg Nelson I T Miss K SheaPullman Ills Mrs R Bilney Chicago Ill John G Isham Lansing Kan E D McElroy Kansas City Mo R P Montgomery Deepwater Mo Mrs Lucy Dearing Barnard Mo EB Peter Denton Texas A Mountain ot OOH could not bring as much happiness to Mrs Lmia Wilke of Inroline Wis as did ne iSc box of Eucklens Arnica Halve When it completely cured a running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatst aniseptic healer of Piles WouDdsr and Sores 25c at 0 J Hay dons Drugstore Dover News saysdenry bchu bert kept a complete recor of every day he worked on his tob acco cropS for the years 1888 1839 and 1892 In 1883 he mised 15 acres of tobacco which require 387 days labor including team to raise and haul to marke He raised 14570 pounds which he delivered July 1st 1889 and for which ne received for bis onehall in tcret 70i 20 h J 1 In 1889 he Raised 10 acres which repuired 242 days It weighed out 9350 pounds le received 10 cents per pound and 50Iacres produced 10605 pounds which he sold at 10 cents his one half amounting to 53025 He has to keep a team and nec- Essary farmilg implements throughout the year and figures that if he was allowed ordinary wages far himself and team ittI would consume about all he got I 1fairI Do Not be Imposed Upon Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of tbe great merit and popularity Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute Offerea as noother preparation will give the sane satisfaction It is Wildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sa6 bY Tbe t Red Cross I Orujy Store T ffl m I suppose everybody will be sorry to hear of the burning of the house belonging to Mr Elisha White Jr The bouse smokehouse hd most f tbe con tents burned about four weeks igd Luckily for Mr Whit hi i d 500 itisurarictj They have l mov d into a hods in Tatham formerly owned by Dr Batchett JO3 Bur knead and family were rompon rrl H Gr iham was at this place receiving wool last week P i 30cents perlb Misses Saliie Thompson Bes sie Kays and Annie L White were the pleasant guests of Miss Anna Royalty Sunday Mr flenr Vajidivipr and wif of Harrodsburr came own last Sunday They will sren i the wek with relatives Mr Harvey Thompson tough a rubb r lired buggy romMr Edaar Yancy for 110 Mhs Ethel Rogfrs of F n wick will teach the Tatbam school this fall The doors at the home of Mr John Jenkins and family were thrown open to the youne folks last Saturday night where they all mt and had fine time The crowd Was well entertained and at a late hour returned to their homes in fine spirits Mr Jim Ed Morehead and family of Lawfenceburs visited at the home of Mr Iaac Jnhn son and family at this place last week Mr John Hunsrfeand Miss Nannie Sweazev attended a wedding of some of her relatives in Nelson county last week Mr Oscar Moblev a young man of this place died llast Fri day nigh c afer a lingering ill ness of consumplion He was 2 years of age and had suffered from that dreadful disease for 8 or lO years His father brother and one sister died sClme1 limej arlwaswdjs selling goods near here and 03 account of his faUiog health had to close his store about three weeks ago He was a member of the Baptist church and all believe be wasa Christian boy r He was buried last Saturday in11 the Rockbridge cemetery sur rounded by a crowd of mourning relctives and friends Funeral services were conducted by Rev Hatchett after which his body was laid to rest bedsidehi loved One who had gone on before Tde family have the sympathy of this entire communitviaiheir sad bereavement HYACINTH fortunate MissourlaHS When Iwas zfdrusgist at Lwonta Mo writesT J Dwyer DOW of Graysville 10 thereof my custbmers wee ermanentIcuredof consumptio b- uprSakiOi s Neje Disuovrery and are wpistrong to day One was tryint2ell his property and move to A na but fter using Ne Discover a short time he found it unnecessary to do so J regard Kings New Discovery the 1Dr wonJerfal medicine in SurestGough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed by C J Bavdou Druggist SOc and iT idl butt e tree Sustained Broken Rib t Mrs Annie Goddarcl lone of the techers at Beaumont Col lege was the victim of a painful accident last Friday evening while on her way to the opera housej She left the college in a buggy iic company with Mr Glaye Goddard and just as they were coming through the gate at the entrance to the grounds the buggy struck an obstacle in the road which bverturned the ji vehicle throwing both the occu pants out upon the ground Mr Goddard sustained a broken iiC and was otherwise bruised up She was removed totha college andgiven medical attention and iis improving Taprdl Ret many t friends are1 c rtjrstulali g her upon the fact iht the accident was not of more serious nature Mr Goddard was not burt Harrods1u g Democrat Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Urfah Shew maker deceased will present same properly tome or Neikirk1onJune 1906 ThosE Wilson Admr of Uriah Shewmaker 1 rStI 4 tr I HJOOAYjl1 u nua iWbiie I 1i rItho 1 tcegt without protest theTPjiarjse aic moralitlectures of the Dan t 1tlIough1 Lilt e Brittains able and trath iful journals Bling tigers ed Deputy p5 JSMsrshai raidff Hiues assisted by Jailer Pitzg rald arested fourteen 1an1 itcit wasp jiagbod day for blind ti gets eitherHarrodsbarg fI ni ocrat Notice 4Taxpayers will take notice that all city taxes are now due and payableto the City Treasurer Under thd pre entmode of cQllectlng faxes due the city the tax collector TrttKnot c lt ri upon jou and solicit payment as here+ tofore but it is thfr duty of eachin idiy dual taxpayer to settle with the JfCity Treasurer Mr L B Cain at the 4First National Bask After July Ist a penalty of 2 per cent will be added j to all taxes unpaid at that time and v f1stt cent will be added an rrantstwill be issued for summary fitare conductinganybusinessfor whick a license taxis imposed to bear ia l lsuertheyarethan 9500 nor mpre than 92500 and X each day such business is conducted t without license constitutes a separate toffense DOG TxIt is tiieduty bf all per sons having a dog to take out license jtherefbr and if is unlawful for a dog to Jbe permitted to fun at large with out having on itk neck a collar to which should be attached the check II issued with the license and 4he niialty for failure io so is not only that the dog shall be impounded but ar that the owner or keeper therebf ia fliableto a fine Copies of the City Ordinances cant be secured from jthe office of the Springfield Sun fret of charge IgIInorance of the Jaw isno excuse and t will not be a good defense to an ac ttion against persons who have redetIecf themselves liijle by failure ty comply with thaw Heretoforethe city authorities hive not deemed it proper to have the laws strictly en forced until the people could hayg an opportunity to know of them butno ice is hereby giv n that1tereafterj j thelaws must be rigidly enforced JOHN W LEWIS Mayor Attest CC McpHOBD A lar1uS I t You cantot havdgood bealtk1e5S ttyourkidneys are iouad fIltla4 kidneys f filter the bjood gf iufHiriilea t which otherwise met as irritaUasr poisons and break tdow the delicate 2 t organs of the body and caMM tcncu trouble If yoU have kUlser or fbladdtr trouble and do riot use Felty idney iCure you will hare only t yourself to bFamej for refitltJ it j pisiUyely cures all forms f kMocV r and bladder diliiMC Soldy y itfil Cross Bra Store t 1t tttt tik ftHave You Bought a New Buggy Yet i If you Have not placed your order you will doc Ifwell to glve us a call V Jiv Sd F We carry a nice line of the celebrate4 MOVER arid ANCHOR iusslrss Jiai kp buggies bothsteel and rubber tires runabouts andsurreys Ut iw rk AMS to you and be convinced that we HAVE THE GOODS AND WILL MAKE fj THE PRICES r j rSeeiQUr lineal Blue Grass Lau Iocrsa11 Ifri t iGil D Robertson G GQ i tt- tt f J tt it 1 T THEJEWSLEADEFUBLiifflBD SI A TEAR IN ADVANCE SPmNGHELDKY J B L DAVISON Jr d I Locall or bmlnw notices 10 cents per Sjek ubsequcnt1netrtCfl Cftlls on candidates and political matte rerlble i Job work is done at low rates but cash il b 18jdC1fhu jf f Aorertislag contracts made on liber erniB Obltatrlei and reol 1tJo s of respec aU per line Jt ANNOVIWIMZNTS CMmtqf M i ratesno 250 Ostrllt Offices lf o0 4 1 THURSDAY MAY 24 1906 We are authorized to announce J Robert Noe faa candidate 4for the office of CJler of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratic partyIr Goy Beckham has thrown a hombiwhich is causing some of the inhabitants of Louisville to iii throw fceVeral kinds of fits ty j J instructing Mayor Barth to en Coiorceth Sunday law as to th closingi of saloons and theaters i and other such places which have been running wide open or the Sabbath And Mayor Barth much to the consternation of the g ing to whom he owes his elc ItQth announced his determi- nationp to put the Jid on tight and itj boldl it on if possible This 4move on the part of Gpjr Stc liam anj ay6rBaTthis most commendable The laws should I 1be strictly enforced Unfortu nately however there is a stis- picion among a large Clemen that there is a ni ger in the rwoodpUe of this sudden fit oJI reform which das seized oui Governor and the Mayor of the JCity of Louisville The Third Congressional disI V trict convention hP14at Green fvilie nominated the Ebi James Ml Richardson for a second term t iin Congress r indorsed Judge ltHqnryB Hines for State Audit i VyirfJ M rand gave strong indorsement to the present administration Sj V f Senator McGreary made a strong speech in the Senate in lavbr of reaulaiion of immigra tion beveral oilier Senatqifc skea1ongt similar lines The House began general debate on Ithe Diplomatic and Consul Dill 4 IuUn WI1h uvujmitc Is no more dangerous than to leg lect kidney disorders Foleyfl Kfduey Cure corre1ts irregularities and has cured many severe caJes after other treatment has cured mnny severe cases after other treatment has failed It builds up the rorii out tissues and restores health and vigor I was troubled with kidhflyj complaint for olJ about two years wrijes A H Davifl of Alt Sterling Iowa but two hot ties of Foleya Kidney Cure effected a permanent urptf Sold at the ReSrl Cross Dru gStore The Lid On The lid ison in Danville acd on tijkhtlit that The other day BS a deaf paiuter was on his way to town to get some turpentine he was stopped by a minion ol the law who objected to the style pf bottle even though empty- t if harried by him Our friend pro f tested in moving pantomi his devotion to temperance pnnti pies declaring himself a passEn ger on the Water wagon and that his Choice ora bottle was owing to thfc faqt that tbs 1tter was the handiest avaiable at tbp place wl ore be wjs working But the locall Sherlock Holmes infterar whiff at the mouth of the boftle sent Joseph back where he jpame from presumably to ex change the empty HOld Joe for a bottle with a cod liver label and scentDanvilJe Advocate S Deaths from Appendicitis decease in the same ration that- the use of Dr King New Life Tills increases They save you Irdm dan er and bring quick and painless release from constt- patiion and the ills growing out ofitlStrength andvIgor always follow their use Guaranteedby 5 FJ fjiaydon Druggist 25c Try 1thr r Kota thiMfi hariiirul in One Minut Cok Curr tn it relieves a cough qal5ljy cuts the phlegnjHeztling l nnal re9U1ag Sold by all druggists 577t11 i Forest View Kev Father Hnggerty has Despn called fro rrSt Rose to take charge t f St Eominick Church rC Washington He1 among the best educated oneI tbe land a fine speaker and by every one and sicce he has gone the communi y misses him gresly as hew ot about a great kinrllwmay be called Mrs Pius Nalley and Miss Miss Maggie Hamilton were the guests of Mrs Spauldng near ITnomasWestand Din Wellington came renls1whoreturned Mcnday Mr Ben ODaniel and Miss awaytomarried by Judge Burton and returned to his home on lShep arJs uun to spend their honey moon We are creaitab y in formed thatthe groom has five children older than his wife and awayfronhome alfewweeksalI Mr Medleys last Thursday right As Mrs Horace Spjaulding and another lady were on their way to the Bear Wallow store they met an engm Their horse be upsetthesomethingissters off the turnpikps the ladies will not be safe to tfrive alone for they the engines come snwt ing wheezing and there are but fev horses that wil not bceifrightened y Mrs Robert Qitethad the bad 1Uck4aaI1 her young- turkyf5by an old hog Th re ele52 and she ate all but three and as she passed on grunting she seemed to say she would have eaten the others but iit would have seemfid hoggish KING BEE OF TilE Woops THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatmett by mail for 1 Dr E W Hall 2926 Olive street St Louisl Send for Reniucksr testimonials iKiUsbopo i Rev W Ezra Sutherland will preach at Mays Chapel Sunday morning at 11 oclock and at Pleasant Run at 3 oclock in the evening Mrs W C Cammack and daughter MiSs They of Wards daughterMrsplace popu1allyoungspending the week with Misses Maud and Eva Inmarat jSbady Grove Sabe Coulter and Wife attended church at Rock Bridge Sunday l11 Shield and wife have returned fronj a visit to their daughter Mrs Peny Ruby at Chaplin The locusts havo made their appearance in abundance and they are a perfect nuisance to theyfiistPharaoh and hare come regularly every seventeen years since They have the letter Montheir WILKS which is said to Be a sign eft plenty of money for the next 17 years We hope that sayingbuti A very valuable work mule belonging to Sahe Coulter was round Thursday morning in cQnditianTbchoked Our veterinary Dr Cammack was consulted and j found tthat a paice of a cob hid passed into his trachea and lifter much difficulty succeeded inreI moving it The mule at once was ready fQr service JA large crowd of our people from here attended the temperance meeting at Wjjlisburg Sat urday evening and all are loud in praise of the speeches made by Rev Williams and Judge Thurman A big rally will be held at tbe churct here Sunday evening Arrangements are being made to have Revs Will iams and Waldon and Judge Thurman as the orators of the dayIt is safe to say that local option will make a clean sweep this vicinity 10f Th ng ae lookng rather blue to the farmers about tow The cutworms are playing havoc with the corn the tobacco plants are boginnn to die in the beds for the want ef rain Many art hauling water and watering the beds in order Jto keep the plants from dying i Young grass and smallgraiu aa suff rug greatly and oats ar s idto be ruined bv the continued cry spell At this lime last year most all the tobacco here was put out but there Is such scarcity of plants thatthe full crop will hardly be alreadyIJTor a painful burn there Is nothing like eWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvcon the market ee that you yet the genuine Ask for De Witts Good too for sunburn cuts braises and especially recommended forpiletfTbe name E C DeWitt Oj Chicago is on every box Sold by all drugg- istMOORiS71LtE Tnere were born last week ti the wife of Warren Jones a ten pun boy to the wife of John Cheatnam an eight pound girl and to the wife of Wm Mann an eleven pound girl There was a large crowd out to hearRev Boggs preach at New Hope church Sunday Mr Lee Godby and wire after spending a few days with friends at Chaplin have returned to Mooresville Mr Wm Sweeny and family ofWbodlawn attended church at New tlope Sunday Mi T D Sweeny is in Spring field this week having depositions taken in the suit of Hunter against Sweeny over the owner ship ofa threshing machine and engine Several of our neighbors have been summoned on the grand ard petit jury of the May term of circuit courtyoyr scribe being jimorg the IiumbtJrr fyr Joe Mudd and wife of- SLr1tigt1wn attended chui chat New Hope Sunday Several of our people attended the childrens exercises at Mauu Christian church last night All report SundayI children did well Charlie Boblett of Springfield will spend this week with his cousins Terry and Litsey Wall Mr Chas Riley and wife vie ited J D Allens family at Wcod lawn Sunday Several of our people took in the temperance meeti i ng at Spritfgfield Sunday Mr W B Barlow of Polin attended church at New Hope Sunday IHooksl like we might have another wedding ere long We are very much in need of rain Everything is getting mighty dry Owen Elli Sold a brown gelding to Bobli Brown forr 95 and bought a bay gelding from Ham Pile for 70 Roaman Smith and George McAnjclrews were in Louisville last week Mr T D Sweeney has removed his saw mill on the farm of Wm T Snider and is sawing for him JMr Lee Godbyand Miss Leliaj l 1 i JIAMMOCKSI Ii Mlohave then A complete assortment All grades and prices I can sell Hammocks 40 Per tat Cheaper I than they wore everI iold in Springfield before I fJ q5 O ntsto 58OO l J C Buysone from my stock Call and set one jg and have a little comfortth se warm days l t 1 W E LEACHMAN t THEFURNITUREMAN 3 S I 4W- Lw Tor Your Protection we place this label on every package of Scotts Emulsion The manwith a fish on his back Is our trademark arid it is a guarantee that Scotts Emul sion will do all that Is claimed forIt Nothing better for lung throat or brondhial troubles in infant or adult Scotts Emul sion is one of the greatest flesh builders known to the medical worldWell stad you a tample Irk IIIISCOTT Ir BOViNE 409 INew Wall eloped last Saturday night and went toBro W H Yancys where they were united iin the holy bonds of matrimony May ery joy beitheim is the wish of their many friends All of the corn will be planted this week O eriand John Ellis were over toJBloomtield to visit the Misses Jopes Born since our last to the wife of Bud Walls a Ifljpouiii y Mr and Mrs James Cull and daughter Miss Olli and Mrs T D Sweeny visited Miss Lucy A Moore last Wednesday Mrs Will Sweeney and daueh ter Miss Louella of Woodlawn attended Sunday School at New Mope last Sunday Mr Hugh Marshall and Miss Mary Cisco of Bardstown visit ed Miss Croake Sunday Mrs Woodie Stiles of Springfield and her mother Mrs Grume visited lie Misses Crpakt Monday Mr James Cull and family of Bloomfield visited his parents last Friday and Saturday Mrs Tea Hardin and two children have returned home from a weeks visit to her parents Mr and Mrs W O Ellis Mr Kimberlin and chajrminf daughter Miss Katherine of Bardstown visited Mr Herbert Eddeman and family Sunday and Monday Hubert Mattingly and Ben Reddick visited her parents Mr and Mrs Rhodes at Woodlawt last week TexasJ Mrs C B Jeffries arid little daughter of Louisville are visi ting friends and r lativcs here Mrs A Y Hatchettis visiting at Tatham Mrs Sparrow and aunt Mrs Maggie Sweaz of Black Ky visited the latters daughter Mrs J D Peterson last week Miss Mattie Lee Kimberlin our seamstress is at the home oJ Miss Georgia Young for whom she iis doing some sewing Mr and Mrs J D Peterson visited relatives iin Nelson county Sunday night The children of Mr andMr8 aF Cocanougher have chicken pox at this writing Mr P C W Peterson who has been ill for several weeks iis some better Mrs C P Goode entertained Mrs C B Jeffries and little daughter and Mrs R L Arnold anddaughter Hattie Monday Several from here attended the mass meeting at the Opera House in Springfield Sunday afternoon Born to the wife of H J Cocanougher Friday a girl Valley HIII Mrs Benedict Jones visited her mother at this ulace Tues day t Quite a crowd from this place attended preaching at the Meth odit church Sunday Miss Bertha Edgertoii one of Hilsboos fairest duughteis vis ited relatives in this section during the past ton dayo Mrs Montgomery of this place visited her parents at Booker Sunday Morris Messrs Durret James ClaybroJlfeandI were in our midst ingM jMj visited relatives near Polin Sat urdayand Sunday Stbe Hardin and family visited John Kays ard wigei of Polin SaturdayRooney Montgomery of near Booker visited in this section Saturday mid Sundav Willie Moran Jr is some wha illat this writing Harry Derringer and wife visit d relativeanarhere Saturday and Sunday Miss Stella Wohnor of near Fdthams accompaniec by her brother visited relatives in this jectioq Saturday and Sudav Miss EWe Borders of jour own visited relatives in this section Saturday and Sunday Misses Susie and Bertha Edg tton and Grace Lair of Hills = y- I MARKS e GREEN I The old Reliable Manufacturers and Dealers In all KId of LUMBER LATHS SJINGLES iSASH DOORS ttWe handle the celebrated Ss BLINDSii i Mixed Cannel Coal I Cant be Beat i 1 4 We are sole agents for ACME CEMENT PLASTER 4 The Best on Earth prices Right Office and Yards Uoctor and Railroad Streets i biro are isiting Mrs James L MoranjThomas A Grundy accompli ied by Miss Brown attended the tempe ance meeting in town Sun day afternoon Miss Mattie Brawn of Ge r 2a is the guest of Miss Lydia Grundy at Cedar Grove Messrs Wathen Simms and Prof Thompson of your town accompanied by Misses Mab0 and Nannie Thompson of Pleas ant Grove were in our raids Sunday enroute to Maud Misses Ola and Imogene Goat ley are visiting in the Maud vi cinity this week 1fuite a delegation Ir ntthis place attended the Children1 Day exercises at Maud ChristIan church Sunday evening and all report an enjoyabl time The childi en deserve great credit for their great work in making such a striking success Several from this place attended the commencement exercise at Bardstown Monday night Almost every one interested in the temperance of our county Attended ihe lecture atjtlie opera house Sunday afternoon Col Collins seems to have deeply iim pressed most of his hearers and it is the general belief that his talk has influenced the majority to vote for a drv county Eeres to the good luck and success of every temperance man of this and acljoinihg vicinities Owing to the spring drought many prospective tobacco raisers are now without plants and aJe planting the tobacco land in corn This may seem hard for the time being yet it is probably for th best for many as the small yield yf tobacco willcommand higher prices which will exceed the de- ficIency in pounds There has been a minute form of burglary carried on in ai poc tion of our vicinity duringa fey weeks past However no serious losses have been discovered Cakes pies boiled meats and canned fruits seem to be the ob ject of the search In cue case a lady had a new hat torn to piecesoutside of whichthe above namedariicles were the pnly things destroye this being done when the family was away from home Miss Ola Goatle yof this place1 is the possessor of a small alli gator receivee recently from a friend in Pensacola Pla Although a r rare specimen of thej American crocidile it is a desir able pet and has adjusted itself to the Inbita of the new hone however it retains some habits peculiar to its native home that are laughable The cicada or locust as they are more familirly known have- made their appearance agan after a seventeen years absence and it takes a close observer to realize that there are multitudes of the dreaded plague and their familiar cay Pharaoh can be beard incessantly throughout the day especially in shaded places According to an old theory blackberries are to be shunnec this season asthe locusts deposit their eggs on the berrie and the larvae which follows causes death after severe suffering UKO Mh ZIon Echoes We are sorry this will be our last letter for the C N C for several weeks as school is now out and we separate to enjoy ou vactation and our means oij gathering news wl1 not be so good however if we should coI lect enough n ws in the meantime we will gladly send it in- Still we wont ba mssed much At the close of a three months 5bool last Saturday Miss Nora Bonta gave us quite a treat in the way of a picnic It was held in a beautful shady spot on Ulnp Im river about two miles from our school A great many Were present visitors parents and children iJt ngs were sung rec itations giyeu games indulged innnd a bountiful dinner was KILLrHECOUCH ANI CURE THE LUNCS Ii I IiIII FOR CONSUMPTION III aUNt aad QIlickHt OVefel 1- 1OAT and LVXG TZOVJ US or ZOWIT uox Springfield Ky p44 4 444 served on the ground Every one went borne late in the afternoon thanking Mlss Nora forth pleasant time Miss Glaudia Neal is spending the week with her cousin Mrs B ricken at Maud Miss Grant Ilaysris in Louis ville tbisgwfek visiting her sister Mrs Robert Graham Miss Mallesa Pinkston arrived Monday frofo Louisvjlle to visit her uncle Mr Baiey Pinkston Mrs C M Williams and Mas ter Thomas Dawson visited lie mother Mrs DAwson at Bloom field Sunday Jr George Sussell and wile of Ashes Creek spent Saturday With the formers nother Mrs RA Russell SpringfieldMiss Fanny Dawson of Boom field iis visiting at the home of C E Williams this week James Hayes and William Gil bert were iiJ B ojmfield Friday Mrs 1 B Williams of Mid dSundayinQuite a number of young peo pie went from here to Maud Sun day to attend tbe Childrens Day exercises We hop the correspondu will continue the interesting let ters from that ectionEd TTT lda rortHH When Iwaq a dfuggistTat iJyonta Mo writes T J Dwyer Dow of Graysvillp Mo thereof my customers we e permanently cured of consumptio by Dr Kings New Ds ot errand are well and strong to day One was trying to sell his property and move to Arizona bt after using New Dsovery- a hhort time he found l lit in necessary to do so I regard Dr Kings New Discovery the 111ICold cure and Throat and Lung healer Guaranteed bj C J Raydon Druggist SOc an4 Trial bottle free rJ EIIrIr Thi fs J w IUk jj ti i di JI iiWi iWiwJIliwf3 a Cool Clothes 1 i Are what Ye are offering etto our men customers just fnow and we are prepared to fit you out- tFrom Head to Foot If We have an jepecfally r tattractive line of Shirts at g from 75 scents to 150 To 90L s 1Buy one of our nwstyle S with Collars r and Cuffs attached t s J 5t eGentlemen half hose in all styles and Mens Ox g fords in patent leather tan and calf rI I WHITE AND FANCY VESTsit It t Genuine Panama Hats at 5 and 10 If you arei egoing on a trip llot uiialroua nice Suit case 4 GRUNDY A McITIRE t Ii 5 E itt4 JS I i Time Flies f Is an old adage Its a big jUorp r though from the time of the first clock to now Bridge the chasm and what have you ii The first clock crude the one almost a chronometer ofII Accurate Clocks and l Elegant Jewelry is round at my jewelry storeMvnew t stock reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry stack rItmoney tiny from me f James f J Graves 3TO f joooo oooooooooooo oooo oo i 4444c 44 J Now is the Time ToBniYouriT0 J f J F j Water Coolers JLce Cream Freezers 1 Oil Stoves rHose for Sprinkling Grass Scythes j f 4 Snaths Lawn Mowers b t Washing Machines + t I r- 1 GARDEN TOOLS 7 IrSuch as Hoes Shovels Spades Rakes etc Dont Forget ii J Our Diamond Edge line of Razors Shears Knivesi ijAXe Etc They are the best 1 t Call and inspect our stock of the above Wes want you to see them MCELROY SHULTZ I 444i4Solii I1 J j The M nJ 1 uptheti Ladder yllutfconly pure ingredients that long 1ifo la assured aay building protected from sun triad and weftther wm r Mastic MixedPalnt l HTIM 11111f17MIt HaiW paint flows freely from tho brush and peodoeei s f a beautiful finish that retains its high gloai taid colori resisting the action of the elenxmts in all ell maths DocBnfc peel scale or chalk off when appK d t according to directions 1M8t paint MTOI nM2r W3- Jta rf etHrc l tgr j FEASLEGAULERT CO iNC LOUISVILLE KY t MLM f fi OLHAY1JON k INKINSNEW DlSCOVHtY WW Swrtly Sitp TM Cttifiu Keep negligeeShirts today whatyou1indtheyear Refrigerators LaeII YrAItr l tPlr T9RJMEURTONUIDENT J J TEETH EXTRACTED WFrHuT PAIN f t OrRCKTH Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY r jJ All1 DentaL Work Strictly S Firstclass I trHrH LAMPTON DR J C MUDD IAMPTON MUDD 6 rPby1oialls a urgeon Offices over Haydons Drugst- dreWFGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW rS Office over Peoples Bantc- 1SPRThGF1ELD KY i ti B BORIS M W EYATT RoBARDS HYATT 3nrgeonsVt bthover McElroy Shullz 4DRJHJ1OPPER HSICIiH and SURGEON a YffoN Sr Office Over J Office 97 Hagans Grocery Residence 71 q JOHNYMAYES fUNERAL UIHECTOR AND liCENSED EMBALMER I TELEPHONE DAY519 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY Rairoad Schedule Follawipg is the limp schedule I now in effect on the Birdstowo 0 aid Springlield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 4VIO p m Bardstown Junction t 5402 pm BDJrdstown 552 pmI arrives at Springbeld 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at ta 580 a tn Bardstown 617 a m j Bard 10wn Junction 705 am arrives at Loulsyille 755 amt No43 Leaves Louisville at 0i7930 am Baidstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm 2 o44 Leaves Springfield a I i20pm Bardstown 230 pm 4Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm i t is No 90 Sundays only Leaves 4 Springfield at 715 am Bards 1town8 am Bardstown Junction i 845 aim arrives at Louisville t4935arnNo91 Sundays onlyLeaVes Xiouisviller at 6pm Bardstown JbnctiOD 650 pm Bard towQ 753 pm arrives Springfield 825 pm f t J I Bollsiarr1ago 6 Repair Shop 0All kinds wood work and iip 4holstering done Grain Cradles I on band for sale ii have for sale now one new handmade buggy new hand made apriug wagon and a good second handspring wagon t will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash WH BONDS Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES XI Baked Daily k t Always good always fresh We have a new Baker who is an ac 4 tist at making good things t Six Loaves of Bread for 25c p Hertliens Confectionery = jSC B11 Leghorns Exclusively Eggs for sale 100 for 15 or r 1tfiOjQf80 MRS LRFDNo3Ip RFDNo3I 60 YEARSI IIit PATENTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS flvRitwrg c Anyone sendIng a 11ceteb tde1ptIonmay qulc1tlr seemlll our plnloD free whether a InTentwn U probnBlr pateirtibl Coromunlt tioinctrlctlycoiiililciitijil on IatcnU ent free Olrtett itireucr lecurln patenU i1 ratenu taken ttirouKb Jlnna A Co recelre t tjxclalttofto without cbunzo latUo- ii Sckutific Jlihericait 1 h iutaomc 1I11trled weekly JJircwt nlallnH ut jinr cientlflo Journal Term a L Bold byall ncwedenlcra iciit t SUH ICQS1lreHNewYork J ua T Sf WMhIUltOI1D oi d p Why take a dozea things to cure that coa rb Kennedy Laxative Honey and Tar Allays the congestion fctop that tickling drivesthe cold out trough your boirelf Sold by al1 drlfistEL TOWNo II w 7 w Local Happenings rJIjis oT InterctjI The Freshest ahd Latest I AllAboutiYourseir Friends j and Acquaintances The best screen doors and windows can bs bad at Leach mans furniture tore The best and Cheapest screen doors and windows can be found at Leach an furniture store Why Dont Xou Trythe latest popu aa jsohS Words ana music On sale at Ed M Rus sels t tiSecond hand buggies and car riages bought arid sold on commission W Qt DFoley Spring fieldKy Afirfrclass mortised screen door hinges etc complete for 100 at Leachmans For screen dpors and windows go to LeacluD n the furniture man Miss J3eti ie Uraycrqf t will Qavee sale of her household goods atI the McKenna residence on next Saturday afternoon beginning at 230 0 clock To BxGH tNGEpA nice iourj yearold mpre and a good eight year old mare will exchange either for a good1 gentle horse fora lady to d rive i I DR JOHN DEBo There has been a change in the Postmastership at Mackville Mr John G Howell who has held the position at that place for several years has resigned i and Mr Willis Bottoms has been appointed in his stead The regular May term of Washington Circuit Court opens next Monday Ther is only j light ocket antitlie erm promfss toI unimportant Next Monday will also be county court day nd a good crowd of people will oubtless be in town Wesle Hoskmspn s cond so- nfRevTC HosliinsonofSe- bree formerly pastor of thet Methodist church here lie l last week of abscess of tlie liver Hews an unUs a1yandsome and Intelligent dhild and his death a sad blow to his parents Mrs Ellen Mcore mother of Messrs J P and Lucieii Greg ory died ath rhome at Beams Station Wednesday morning of complication of diseases incident to old age Mis Moore was formerly a resident of this coun ty and well known here The management of the Springfield Opera House has ar range lfor tie rippearance here for onp night jnly of the Or pheafa Musical Jlub a high class muicalattractidn The engage will be one night during the weekbeginningJune 4th4 1 The exact date wilt be announced later John Gore rof Bloomfield bougLt in the jPleasl ant Grove neighborhood mare mule colts from the following parties one from J 6 Martin atS1iOi from Will Sbeymaker and C D two at 100 each from MillArI Thompson one at 85 who also sold one to WP Merrittat 100 TOPICS I IMM Thee were all sired by B B Leach rains bid jack Mr Jim Harmon the local blacksmitb has in his possession a tool which he values very high ly It is a handsaw and is said to be about 200 years old It or belonged to the grand OfjtOfj says IS of much better steel than is put in such tools nowadays Col George W Bam attracted two good sized audiences at the opera bouse last week His lec tures Searchlights of tbeTwen tieth Century and The New Woman and the Old Man were sparkling with good truths and eevatiog thoughts Col Bath made a good impression on the people of Springfield by1his efI oquenqe 11s1 and unless broken soon will reI suIt in great loss Wheat and 81t3 have already been cut short by the drought and tobacco plants are suffering A good many tobacco growers have plants ready and are only await inga rain to afford a season Owingto the scarcity of plants itis estimated that the acreage vill be considerably shorter this yearJ IThe DenioeraticCounty Committee met here last Saturday and called a primary lection for Saturday JUlY 7th for the purpose of nominating a candidate fpr circuit Curt Clerk Jr Robert Noe IS toe dnly an I tounced candidate for the office so far and if there be no other YIdeclarewhich case thererill be np heed of a primary Mr Noe will probably receive the endorsement of- his party as he is universally jopularandis thorongFly corn je ent to fill the place GregorYCleland Announcement is made of thee approaching marriage of Miss Elizabeth Mae Gregory to M- rCtrisleThorntn Cl eland which is to take place on June 20th at the Pleasant Grove church Miss Gregory is the daugluer ofd ellIknownj nEigbbqr1boor most beautiful girls Mr CJeland is an officer in one of the banks of Middlesboro where the oUQg couple will reside after marvidgei Many of the residents remember Mr Clelands father Prof T p Clelana who had charge of tIle school here a number of years ago Base Ball t The Springfield Graded Schrbll base ball team added two morel yictories to their record Un last Thursday afternoon tthey = 1t1 iNiws T Its Worth m =jj traveling a long distance to have your teeth extracted Without Pain orDanger All fork guaranteed fu i In i I LGCRUMED D S Bardstown Ky III m 3 3 33 3 3 3333 plaved a team from Bardstown and won out by the score or 9 to 7 The game was well played and interesting The visitors Avfrei ahead during the first half of the game but the home boys played an up hill game and won by timely hittingoi Oi Friday afternoon a team came over from Lebanon and tried iissues with the home team with the usual result Springfield 14 Lebanon 8 Poor old Lebanon From time almost im meraorial the base ball fans of that place have striven to produce l a ball team capable of administering defeat to Springfield but to tIns good day they have failed to make good The1 Lebanon team is composed of some clever young ball tossers how ever and the local placers will be gladto meet them again Temperance Meeting j A meeting of the advocates of rLocal Optidtf was he1aVthe Opera Bouse orT last Sunday afternoon and a l rge crowd was present A county organization HJ4TS Friday ajind Saturday i Readytowear and Trimmed will Millinery general lear sale first seasonxlhats ItItance willlaYYQulo them and prices attracjtiye KN6TT MiLLlNERYGO 8- tg BankJr r V J of the Snoo1 League was The meeting was cabled to order by Rev Waldenl of the Springfield Christian church The principal were i State Judge Thurman was elected iPreident of the league this county and Jin accept irig tile honor madea strong argument in favor the temperance cause and edicted a victory for tho cause at the election to beheld in this county IMr Collins spoke about an bour and showed great famili arity witu his subjecttapd put forth many arguments ill favor o local option and tempera Mr Collins also made another address at the Presbyterian church in the evening a large audience Clothes Cleaned am prepared to clean and press old clothes in tirstdass styleLINKS HAY iIwEj Witht the Goods Carry only the best of Everythmgnii h- ii1 c Uigh Grade GrOceries i4 fForeign Domestic and adSaltRising like = Tropical Fruits and Mother Used to JVegetables a a i Make Always r Specialty Fresh i JohnsonMcCabe PHONE 116 t PERON L Mrs A R Shultz was Inleb anon Tuesday Hun Q C McChord 18 in Louisville J Mr and Mrs JB Pettus spent Sunday tn Lebanon Mrs B RoBards iis visiting he pareutsat Burgin Mrs L hJardBal el is visit iirig friends in Mrs D W Brown has returned from Hot Springs Ark Rev 1rH Williams was at Tatham Springs Wednesday Mr A C McElroy went to LouisviUe Tuesdiy afternoon Mrs TD Tapp is quite ill with atff attack of appendicitis McChQrjpebdlast 1last Mr Kim Buster was a guest of Dr and Mrs RoBards last week Mr J A Boulware mada business trip to Louisville Tues daV Mr Andrew Cunuinshara isI visiting his sister Mrs B odat Cynthiana 4 Mrs jB Hopper has returned from a two weeks visit to relal tives at Perry ville Mrs RP Button has returned from Newport wtyere she vh ted her parents two weeks Miss Minnie McClellan who has beetoquite ill for two weefcs is still cofcned to her room Mrs Lura AbeJJ of Lebanon and Mrs John Bevel of Clevor laul spent Thursday in town Mrs Mary Noe will Uave4te ViSjt1heroo oooo t t t ftNEW t I I- g titi- tL t t t t Hats be shown fa t at the Knott Store Also a t It g t of the of the at reduced t8 fIt see Goods g tg are t g tJ t Above Peoples 0 r rrrr Anti formed speakpr5 CILfor of p M for nee before I Br J Louisville a IMJs La bam of Lebanon visited her daughter Mrs T W Hardesty the last of the weeks Mr JohnS McEhoy and son John S are at Harrodsburg the guess of relatives furing the weekIRaymond and Edith McClain have gone to Louisville to spend thH summer with their grand t father Mr BobHardin MeElroy came home yesterday from Tatham ibvi Mr Rice MeElroy and wtte have returned from Tathafu Springs and are with their sis ter Mrs M K Hays Miss Nora Bonta of Maple Hill after the close of a success ful term of school at Mt Zion is with her sister Mrs S BT Bishop MrsWelman and Mrs Riggs cff Sullivan Ind are visiting their sister and mother Mrs Woodson Moss and Mrs Georgia Moss r Mrs J R Mayes will leave next week to join her husband at Frankfort where he has a position as guard in the peni tentiary Mrs Frank MeElroy and daughter Ethel of Ardmath I T arrived Monday to spend the summer with her mother Mrs M K Hays 1ingt1 oflSpencerofl J Waters t Messrs H M Gfrundy P Bright TA D Wells and Dr John Spalding are attending the Knights Templar conclave at Paris this week Messrs Theo Campbell Wood son Moss Frank Peter Ohris Hertlein Perry Marks Hood Cunningham and others are at Harrodsburg IWrs Sue Knott and daughter Ernesti e are at Nazareth visit jag Miss Mamie Knott who will return with her mother for a few days visit at home Mr George Martin and Miss Bettie Irvine have gone to Har rod burg where Miss Irvine will take part in the musical program of the tournament j Mr and Mrs G H Boone re turned last Thursday after ant P 911aP MI mnw WW fifiriJ jlyes Tested I 1 Have fitted hundreds of others and can fit you Names and g Prescriptions on file come and see for yourself Give your ia eyes tlie attention at the r time and place rightiihigh grade goods All S modern kinds and styles of 9 lenses Bifocals of every de 9 scription g ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS a Specialty F Graduate Optician always on 9 SatisfacI grEMM M stenographer for Railroad Com missioner C 0 McChord Messrs J W Thompson Ben flayddn Jr J L Barberi B D Lke and Charles Robertson formed a fishijpg party which went into camp on the Big Beech near Maud Tuesday yening and and returnedyeslerday Mr and Mrs Byron Croaks left Sunday to visit relatives at Danville a few days ajd from there they will go to Harrods burg to visitMr and Mrs Mor ga and theHigh School Tburna ment Good workjaint put on to stay and look rfwellguaranted- by WrCFoley 4 Notice to Contractors Notice is hereby given hatwe ire readyto reOeiebids for grading and macadamizing a turnpike from thb Soring eld and Pei ryville turnpike to theI Marion county line over what is nOw county road No 65 known as the Gor lOh road a distance of about 2A miles Persons de siring to contract for samewil1 Je furnistiedwith specifications and full information by applying either J W Gordon Pr sISpringfield Ky or Clarence Jhristy Sec Lebanon Ky Postmaster Robbed Gr W Pouts Postmaster atI Rjtyerton la nealy losthis life and was robbed of all comfort acconling to his letter j whichI says Tor20 years I had chronic liver complamt which led to such a severe case ofJaundice that even my finget nails turned yellow when my doctor prescri bed El ctrlc Bitters which cured me and have kept me well for eleVfin years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weak ne- sanj11i I Stomach Liver Kidney und Bladder derangements a wonderful Tonic AtC J Bay dons Drugstore 50 cents J House For Rent good five room house on east- side of Wall street above Tumey- Kiley s stable forrent Apply to T W Simms Notice In the District Court the United Statesf In the Western DistrI offj Bankruptcy of Kentucky In the matter of John Armstrong a Bankrupt On this 19th day of May AD 1906 on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge filed on the 12th day of Mav A D 1900 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the sameon the 5th day of June A D 1900 before sail court at Lohisville in said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published once in Springfleld NewsLeader a news paper printed in said district and that all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause If they have why the prayer of 1satd petitioner should not be granted WITNESS the Honorable Walter Evans Judge of said Court and the seal thereof at Louisville 5n paid district on the 19th day of May A D 1900 A G RONALD Clerk Bv Henry F Cassiri D0 llETTRR LISP TList of letters reomining Uncalled for in the Springfield Ky PO we2k ending May 28 06 R LL Armbuster CT Chanc Prof Chandler J W Fall Ed ward Eaton JR Edwards Miss IZura Haskings Lozy Jackson Mrs Lizzie Leaner Jones Mrs Mary R Shadoan Mrs Mary Thompson col Herman Snyr der Persons caning ior tbeselettet will please say advertised ajidr give date Of lisV WA IrIf your buggy needs painting call on W C Foley at his shopj Sprngfield YOU RUN NO RISK In usintf MOUNDCITY HORSESHOE PAINT ifc I guaranteed tobe absolutely1 pure and made of hebe tPain mat ria1t knownThrt nothing init but triclJyp ji goods both pigmen1 and liquid thpt always producelinme reiultsECONO WE BEA Surety of Purity is your security Use MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE PAINT and be safer lI11Tn RED CROSS GET IT AT DRUG STORE 1JJ i f L L t Q O9OOQO9OC 8 If you cart come inpersoni S TELEPHONE Your Wants and we will deliver t6e goods Satisfaction guaranteed g Dot you nedan ii AWNING or lr PORCH r SHADE II j l We make a specialty off thledoo and rwill put them up for r you Let us make you r an teofi tk i oos We can slowf f you llilargevanetyof 11 AWNING j IV goods to select JtomHQj I j F 4 Special prices on all Carpets Wall Paper Rugs Mattings and Linoleums Just receive4new Lii e Lace Curtains ROBERTSON BROS j rO 06 oOOoo rSGQSQQGSSQQGQGQeStiQG National Bank I 8 Sj SPRINGFIELD KY ffg Fi CiapHal 50OOO a Surplus and Undivided Profits 2SOOO 1fFi f tI ttOtFICBBS BI Liteey President John W Lewis VIcePreieIIt t AC McElrdy Cashier L Bl Cain Assistant Osuhier R Ijtli J Foster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asst BookKeeper DiRECTORSB r4 litaey J W Lewis Sidney Green Pj M eaIIbell R H Edelen H MGrundy John c5 PolinIWe grant every favor consistent with safe ness respectfully solicited r ii d 3 r Have YourFJ i L Buq y Panf dr f Mr W Cj Foley of Versaillesi an expert carriage painter has rented the Kit Casey carriage and paint shop on West Main Street anddesires to jnform the publicthath is preparedi to do all kinds of high class carriage and p Buggy Painting f at t themost reasonable prices Satisfactiq j r guaranteed He will give you a low price onj t all work Call ohvMr Folev at the shop 9 I EVERYBODYS BUSINESS J m 1 S Nobodys BusinfM But our 8 ii7O II j gi islO give the public th best work iai M m atinning ant Pluirii T r T fe t 1 fJ i i 1 l SPRINGFIELD KY i rN w Judge Beckner Opinion Here ini War bingon you cn fcenraU aorta of expressions rel stave to the merits of the control Yeresrj colpi fed largely ancord ivf to tbe personal attitude wtaicii the speaker has towirc j t President Judge Beckner offWiiKshaeterKy who was herE yesterday oil h i9ayto Nev York expressed his bpinioi jiboutit ad whit ha said mn iei Ukn aa fairly indicative of the otthaPJfesdents friends thro fbouMhe country Pie itemt Rocrevelr said Judge B ckner is the greatest execo live this country ever bad In tim railway rats matter ffie has cI af aittSemunstrated his mastery overmen and measures Be get joat what be wants and what the country wants and he keeps the credit for securing it entirely within bis own party He in s oerfectly proper manner used the democrats to club his obsti nateparly friends into line and 1leaving the denfociats iON ahoot- ing by themselves howling in 7 the wilderness The people art with the President ancl if be stys the rata bill is now in acon dition which satisfies his notion the people wjllbe satisfi d with it The Senate bill simply pro Tides specifically what was in the Hepburn bill by inference aaSaelythat the constitutional rights of all partifs shaU be re spectxdi1 Judge Beckner i- sabaright After nIl that has ben said about this episode the people will be found taking the Presidents side in the fight lIe seems to enjoy greater personal t TX plarity and more loyal devo tion from the masses than has baen given tobi- Si3arrj predecessor Geein Danville Advocate t fafARtM A GERM DISEASE t ep Iicthc AIrMeillcafed by Hyomel and Kill Jhc Germ Now that physicians and scii entists universally agree that catarrh is a germ disease the reason for the failureof the old fashioned stomach dosing in this trouble is readily seen Prior to the discovery of Hy oaaeii a treatment which cures catarrh by filling the air you breathe with germkilling and- healing medication statistics showed thatat leas ninety seven out of every hundred persons in this state were suffering from catarrh of some form ITttreatment with Hyomei is very simpla and pleasant a small inhal r cones with every outfit and three or four times a dafHyomei i is breathed through this making the air at that time a like that found on the moanains vhrethe forest of pine give off their fraj rrjintapd healing bal sans tThe complete outfit costs but ione dofUr while extra bottles can be obtained for 50 4ents The Rad Cross Drug Store has seen stich remarkable r4sults from thefuseof Hyomei that they selfit under an absolute guaranr tee that itcdsts nothing unless it cures Half a Century Ago Prior to the year 1830 the so clued newspaper contained no I news writes a contribuor to the LOUISA ilia Herald Lengthy ed itorials political speeches and corrcspondeiica between proml nent persons filed their ngws columns One would look in vain for any reflection of the actual life t f the day The advertise raente alone would give some j clew to wlatLthe people of that ime were like Pai iliutrate this anonialous condition the writer instances the agitation against dueling led by Ben Bardincne of Kentuckys famous legal luminaries which resulted in amendmens to the fttitution at the Consiitufonal CTention in iso oebarrirg frociviJothce any man who hal participated iin a duel Hardin in bWch before the cohven imt3nceSIofprominent families and ed the names mentionI two cases both parties to bat Mr Allison bai ccasion to hint iip the files of the Lexing ingtda paper of tne tmeto fibd aii account of the tragedies which took place in tie vkiinity of that IIt wn aid after a careful search was iftiBle to discover a single liaf put the stereotyped death notices of the victims wei e found in th jrefular obituary column wJthO1it the slixbtisiifbirtt that a tbiy ba4 et their death iof othertfcB aaUral causes ftV As a farther illustration of the new lee ess of the papers of 71 i early days he related the inci 1 dent of the capture and gxfcu Jon of Sue Mundy te famous 1 cz r v w iri I V 7U 1 1 j II1IhIIG r t invtntioa On de banks ob de Amazon faraway far away What DiJ dreen riU August Flowers to dls day- lh picked dose flowers In August la ole Brazil Vn aldo Isep Yankee ah longs be dar still fAugust Flower is the only medicine free frcin alcoholic stiniulantsthat has been successful in peeping the entire thirtytwo feet of digestive apparatus ma uormal condition and assisting natures processes o digestiou sepnrationmnd ab sorptionfor building and rebuilding by preventing AIA irregular orunnatural aues which interrupt heal iy and per feet natural processes and result in intes tinal indigestion catarrhal affections causing appendicitis stoppage of the trail duct fermentation of unhealthy foods nervous dyspepsia lieadache con stipation and other complaints such at colic biliousness jaundice etc t regulatorFor sale by C J Haydon guerilla outlaw who was hanged at Seventeenth street and Broadway in 1865 The hanging was Witnessed by 12000 people The troops were marshalled anticipating an attempted rescue and after the programme had been successfully carried out as the peopl came back to town along along Broacjway a drove of cattle being driven westtook fright and stampeded A cry was raised that Mundys Zollow ers were Attacking the town The soldiers prepared to fight and the people fled Next day the Louis vi le press gate sixteen lines to tthe whole series of sen salional episodes RlCbcSl Man iIII lthe World The rich st man in the world cannot have his kidneys replaced not live without them so it Is important not to neglect these organs If Foleys Kidney Cure is taken at the first sign o f danger the symptoms will disappear and your health will be restored as it strengthens and builds up the organs as nothing elseVilb Oscar Bowman Lelanon Ky writes I baieused Foleys Kidney Cure and take great pleasure in stating it cured me permanently of kidneyi disease which certainly would vtiave cost me my life For sale by Red Cross Drug Store tMan Hunt Ended For three days Goldie OBan non of near Holbrock wandered in the woods wading creeks do ing without food and attempting to escape frcm all Jiving things He attended the funeral of Mrs SdnY1thothereI he began his devious wanderings going in the direction of Cross Reads and putting his horse to a run When nedid not return and could not be located a poe was organized to search for h m Hew r found on Saturday four miles south of Holbrook ii a demented condition wandering around bare footed He had not eaten a bite in four days and was in a pitiable condition all around It jis thought that he will recover both his mind and strength Owen Democrat It is possible to obtain relief Iron chronic indigestion and dyspepsa by the use of Kodol for Dyspepsia Some of the most hopeless cases of longstanding have yielded tq it It enables you 50 digest the Jood you eat and exercises a corrective influence building up the efficIency of the digestive organs The stomach ia the boiler wherein the team that keeps up your vitality health and strength Kodol digests what you cat Makes the stomach sweetputs tiio boiler in condition to do the work nature demands of it gives you relief frcm digestive disorders and Pts you in sbapeto do your bet and feel best and feel your best Sold by taI druggists Hit With a HatcheL IA t Danville yesterday William Cook and Jiraes Vaoght had an altercation io whichCotilr struck the other with a hatchet inflicting what is thought to be a fatal wound Both of thg young rren exIrPresscomP fling and putting ice down each others backs and this caused the trouble Your g Cuok iis about 20 yearsof ale and is a son uf Mrs Grant Cook who moved from this county to Dan ville Vaught is from Pulaski county Mis Cook had the wounded man removed to the hospital dis having every thing possible done for him Sev eivpieces of bone were removed from his skull Cook was re leased on 11000 bond to await the outcome of Voughts wound C C Bagby will pslend Hnr rodsburg Herald Try to Break Jail Fex nfton KyA wholesale attempt at jail delivery was m de at an early boor Saturday marn ing and hadit not been for the bungling efforts of Bchard Yel ton of Paducab Bill Brttonun der sentence for life for the murder of Jim Cockrill at Jackson and Benj Jmin Stuart charged with the murder of James Str der wauld perhaps now be free By the use of a case knife which he used as a saw Yelton a trustycut the bars on the third floor of the jail and with a rope made from strips of his blanket he attempted to lower limself to the ground He fell andthe noise made by aUexiIonl01people caped but the crowd which gathered kept Stuart and Britton from trying tJ get awayI V 3 Cnire of Lam IIP As soon as the lamb Is born place it with Its mother Inn small Individual llambing pen The pen need not bo more than five feet square and mny be constructed of fence pauels Vftet three or four days the shepherd can make sure that the lamb is owned and has learned to nurse Then the ewes and lambs may be turned Into u larger compartment from which the lambs can escape at will through a lamb creep Shropshire ambs or simi Jar breeds will eat grain by the time they are one month old Farming Green Food For Chicle It Is advisable tq let the chicks have access tojgreen feed at all times Fine clover hay cut with an ordinary cutter Is excellent und also makes A good lit ter to scatter the feed in It is best however to givethe hist food at nightt ou a clean board Jetting the chicks eat nit they will and fheu removing the board At other times care should lx taken that they be kept Tiungry or at least sufficiently so to be eager to eat when fresh food Is offered them Profitable Colt A colt If lie Is worth keeping at nil ought to sell for enough as nl three yearold to pay for hIs keep and if be should happen to turn out a cracker Jack the price be would sell for would be a small fortune Ito an ordinary farmer and more than one mortgage has been lifted by such a unle Horse Breeder lasra 3iouerv anil Antiqae Bepause many antiques are admirable Is no reason for denying the merit of modern rugs There nre more rugs of high quality being woven today prtnclpallymarket forthem than ever before The United States alone Imports 4000000 worth a rear about two and a half millions before the duty Is paid No wonder that the shah of Persia nurses the rug weaving Industry tenderly be- Stowing orders and honorable rewards on successful rug merchants and In flicting the most severe penalties for the use of aniline dyes or anything cal culated to bring Persian rugs Into dis repute Country Life In America Rainfall and Tree Growth A report bas recently been published which shows how closely the growth of trees Is dependent upon rainfall Not only was this seen hi tIe case of one anti two year old htlRt hut In an In IerlodIIc tion of from thirty to thlrtyfl ve lathes a width of ring was produced varying from 11 to 15 IncbIt ou the other hand there was either an unusually large or small rainfall In any given year this was followed by a corre spoudiug tree growth In the following year Harpers Weekly The Library of Conprren The library of congress now contains 1344018 books 410352 pieces of mu sic 183724 prints nud 82744 maps and charts according to the annual report of the librarian Herbert Putnam re cently presented to congress The li brary gained 68051 books and about 50000 pictures and pieces ot music during the last year There were bought 22908 books 10348 were re ceived by gift 11703 bycdpyrlght and 15474 gained by exchange with foreign governments Three Lessons The value of a thickly populated COW munity of a well organized military body under capable Sad resourceful hndcrs the wisdom and expediency of uome system for providing a reserve water supply and the resistance of carefully built anchored steel shueI lures to earthquake shocks of average Violence are three lessons Impressed upon the public mind by the San Fran cIsco disaster Louisville CourlerJour rJ Often The Kidneys Are OyerWorkI IIt used to be considered that only and bladder troubles were to be to the kidneys but now sI science proves nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorder of these most important The kidneys filter and purify the blood that their work Therefore when your kidneys are weak or out of order you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its dittyIf you are sick pr feel badly begin taking the great kidney remedy Dr Kilmers SwampRoot because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health A trial will convince anyone If you are sick you can make no mis take by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing caSes and is sold on its merits by all fiftycent1al1 bottles You may have a sample bottle traced organs is IIolI of swipnoot by mail freealsp a pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper wljcn writingto Dr Kilmer Co Bing liamton N y Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle i SEWS BOY UP IN COAL SACK ether Tr ulces Iii Trusses 1Ilu ctrriple Soi aidWkeels Him to Police Statfci 1T WHAT WILL DE GANG MNK Sleepy Tonys Life of Elegant Leisure Ends Ignominiously and He Is Mourn lngon Randalls Island For His Lost Dignity Antonio Varnolo known as Sleepy Tony a fourteenyearold New York boy who hits given his mother no end of trouble for several years was the recipient of one of the most proper ttrouncings recorded In the annals of the neighborhood of his home 339 East One Hundred and Fourth street And after the trouncing came disgrace Poor Tony wouldnt have onjud HIM TO THE POtIOn STATIO- the spanking which Ills mother gave him If she had not ad ted insult to in jury But now lie haugs his head In fclmnie when he thinks of what de tor1onland reform school rite dIgracethe instlt which ran 3les in small Tons bosom is that his mother nfter thrashing him soundly tIed him hand and foot aswed him up in a coal sack bundled liim on to n puslicart aiifl wheeled him to the East One Hundred and Fonrtb street police station nd vorse and worse she left his 3iead uncovered so itmt ns the neigh bors crowded about to see what Mrs Taruolos queer bundle was they looked Into his drooping eyes and laughed long Ipud and derisive laughter Sleepy Tony has Iwen leading the illfe of a gentleman of elegant leisure for the last two yours His hard work Jag mother has had n hard time of it with him and she finally decided to apply a drastic corrective After patiently hearing the many Irregularities of her son she decided that he would either have to go to school or to work she laid her plans accordingly- On a recent night Tony came home 1ISO and i nonchalantly demanded sup All right said his mother and she began to lay the table As her son par took of his repast his mother catching Hilm unawares bound him hand and foot and left him until morning After 1the dawn had broken she sorrowfully approached tnnd adjusting her son in the proper attitude thrasheil huh untIl her arms ached It inS after this that the disgraceful Journey to the police station was made nnd Tony was humiliated before his omnules Well saul the sergeant at the sta t loli after he had viewed the queer Bundle In Mrs Varuolos cart4 think that boy has u mother that Is worthy- of a better son I Two Little Girls Deail Drunk Heturnliig from a burial at Calvary cemetery tIle imrents of Bella Me Chain anti Ko c Murphy each seven years old found them stretched on the floor of the opavtment at 224 India street Brooklyn the home of Alex widcr Heed in rtn unconscious condi tion Heeds daughter Anna died on Wednesday anti a wake was held that lIght The two little girls were left 3n charge of the Real apartment AtJiile alre fatnlly went to the cemetcry The children found several whlsky bottles Jn the kitchen and drank all that was AlleftrtsIto arouse the children were fruitless had finally an ambulance was sent to the house from the WHllamsburg s pIta and the surgeons sdld the little Vjlrls were suffering from alcoholic poisoning After an hours work they recovered eonsct 8nCjiHad to Be Waked Up For Sentence Chief Justice Murray of British New Rulnea recently had an uncanny expe rience He was about to sentence a aative Papuan to death for murder when It wns found that the culprit had iostgnll interest In the proceedings and bad fallen fast asleep In that sultry land of cnuiulbals nut head lhunters the helnousness of murder Is not yet ado quately appreciated by the average nn tire KITTENS BORN JIN LIONS CAGE Back Vard Cat Picks Out a Novel Cradle IFor Her Three Fourfooted Babies ITje bravest motherh111 the world was discovered in the person of a cat with three newborn kittens In a lions cage during a matinee performance at the Grand Opera House PhIladelphIa She was nota Maltese nor a Persian nor an Angora but justa plain stray everyday homeless back yard variety of cat that crept Into the cageof Lntz and Slcchlj two of Miss Claire Hellots lions while the Jungle kings were go Ing throughI their performance on the stage and gave birth to three weak mewing kittens When Lutz and Slcchl were driven Into their cage at the conclusion of Miss Hellots act there ensued ah argument that was conducted in spitfire on the part of the young mother and good natured growls from the two lions Fritz Haupt one of Miss Hellots attendants wits attracted by mouoivayru cuiied Cue Don tamer had just bowed to the applauding au dience She ran to the cage and im mediately a swarm of players crowded round They were all audibly wonder- Ing what should be done when MIss Hellot exclaimed uet me get in there When she entered the cage a bag wasj passed through the bars and with crowd booking on she slipped mother kittens und bed of straw skillfully aud tenderly Into the bag and broughttbem out of the lions cage GREEN RATS DRIVE SHIPS CAT CRAZY Phosphorescent Cabas Rodents Cause Sad Tragedy 01 a British Schooner Pedro the big black Singalese cat of the two master Venturer which ar rived in New York after an eventful trip of twentytwo days from the south coast of Cuba met a tragic death at sea three daysafter the trim little British schooner bad cleared from San ta Cruz On the last trip south said the skipper when we got through the straits we found that there were the biggest rats aboard that Chandler the mute or I had ever seen They didnt mind us atall and walked right around Pedro In broad daylight At night when he was sitting around these blamed rats would race about the deck and give out streaks that looked like green lightning The moment Pe dro sighted any of them at night be would make for the galley and squat rghton the messtablfe with Sam the cook He wasnt himself at all Wen we got to Santa Cruz we learned tBit our visitors were the phosphorescent ratsjof Cuba They didnt go ashore Three days out on the homeward vcyago the rats were running about the deck worst than ever A thunder storm came up and the electricity seemed to make the rats more phos phorescent Pedro went mad that night He began racing around the ship and we supposed that he was imagining himself a green lightning rat Instead of meowing bfe squealetl like the rats did and his run was like em too Suddenly Pedro jumped over the ice rail Even In hIs delirium be bad sense 1HET WALKED ABOUND PEDRO IN BROAD DAYLIGHT enough to pick out the schooners lee for his grave We never saw him again and the rats got bigger audi greener every day A week later weran into a succes sion of gales that kept up all the way to Barnegat The water was piling over us all the time and the deck was wash every hour Chandler who knows a thing or two thought of a way to get rid of the rats Getting nil together we smoked out the rodents from down below and from qur quar ters and the focsle and bal plenty to eat for them on deck As fast as we got them out of one part of the schoon er we stuffed up every hOle nnd cranny I until we were all ou deck rats and crew Then we waited for the sea to quickrenough so put nose gale and then veered around so as to get all the swell that was coming Over went the schooner nOd with thq sea that swept us went the rats Chandler says he counted 572 of em as went overboard The Writ Sired nor Indono more tlmir a scrub hog but he shows up iu time market- Tranafcrrlnjr a Rose Leaf rJmglrlslUul boys ttoo will be glad to know that they can with very little trouble transfer to paper a perfect im pression of a rose leaf Including Its color Here Is the way to do it Lay the lent on a sheet of clean white pa per nUll over Jt put a piece of white linen soaked Jn spirits of niter Put time leaf thus Inclosed In a blank book and lay away under pressure for a week At the end of that time it will be fount that the rose lent has lost Itsj color but that the paper has received It thus giving a perfect and durablo Impression of the hnfIrseItth Teacher of physical culture say that nature dearly Intended man to use both hands equally Ages of habit aiur education have given the right hand lOwer and skill while robbing the left haijd It would be far iIotter forj reasons to trnlit both hands alike and boysand girls may easily d r nstthewrite with the loft hand It would not take you long to acquire the do It abIHtyf KiioTTii by the Brand V The little girl had been sewing anti lost her needle A short time nfteiv ward her niother foundqnVandi upon seeing It the llittle glrlteleiK Thats my noedlej I know Its mine cause it line a holeMn ULlttlo Chronicle 1 Boyhood Exercise From boyhood Dr Nausea the polar explorer accustomed himself to the use of snowshoes and would often go forty or fifty miles on them without taking any food with him A Ton arae Twister Davy Dolldrum dreamed he drove a dragon Did Davy Dolldrum dream he drove a dragon If Davy Dolldruih dreamed he drove a dragon Wheres the dragon Davy Dolldrum dreamed he roe h ft I i r triivQEEEEEIi Et For A ShorlTimeOnly mWe have contracted fora limited number ftom yearly subscriptions 8 The mericanFarmertOne of the bet semimonthly Farm papers published and for l SIIa short time we will give i 1 r mij j Absolutely Free t J NEWSLEArm1 I Two Dollart 1 tgivethe NEWSLEADER the Louisville Daily Herald and i YJ the American Farmer all three for one year Send your Jj orders in early to i E L5 DAVISON Jr mtj I Pub NewsLeader Springfield Ky BBBB Bar tF To Cure a Cold in One Day I T46 Laxative Bromo Quinine Tlets I svaolsoW iii tl2 eaa This IiZaMme IHDWES 1JcQ1ADLMA aA5Sts Something New and entire v cTffercnt from tim old style Made ia regular read ing glasses and in near sighted and far sighted glasses combined Cost no more than the old style uperior in every way WeGuathntcer them and will promptly refund mon y if they fail to give perfect satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write us mentioning his paperand well tell you how eta get a pair of Toricojid Glasses that will relieve your rouble if its not incurable T J Howe Co Optician- sbouiSvillerKy Sour StomachINo appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new discov ery represents the natural Juices of diges lion as they exist ia a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol pys pepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Sl1ShiytarsKodolfor baby Ko4ol DigMts Wfet You Eat Bottles only 100 Size holding 21f times the trial size which sells for 50 cents Prprtf by O DtWITT St CO CHIOAQO Sold by C J Haydon I I III IINEURALG1A KIMEY TROUBLE taken lpternaHyVlOs the the polsoaous iqatter urt acids jrblch are lbs direct causes of MSB diseases Applied externally It affords almost in RUt relief from pain while a IermsnenI elite Is being effected by purifying the blood dlsaolTlni the polsooous sub Itsaee and removing it tram the syttem 4 DR SD BLAND of BrewtoH Ga writes bed bND a ioffertr for d ntaabw of ytan with slid KbcutuMna In I=ud Ugt UI all tht rcmedlM that rather from medical worka and alM edlseulted wUbaDumbMoUIiI biiphyelclin uUouad- 1I0thIDrfib ill relIt obuJaecl troe I absil prescribe It =br rlumtlezn sad kindred FREEit 705 are uledul with RbeumstI3 Neuralgia Kidney Trouble or say Iris dred 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