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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r c y v ESIABLlS1JED IN 1893 f 1 I f iw i SER1ESVOL XIII NO WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY MAY 31 1906 iY f sr 00 PER YEAlfc 11ilrilr ft DiFTRUsTy PRACTICAL DENTISTOfIce over Havdon Barber vptatal work atreasonable prices Uirorlc guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY I OUR DIRECTORY r rtifPJUNGJIELD county seat of MkiHfctdi County 52 miles south tUt e Lexington 59 miles from l isYille on Bardstown branch ol lftitriUe and Nashville railroad in a frijli1 and agricultural district Two iiks telegraph and telephone Un express office flour millsrlumber- fardt Popuation flOG population of r iwmty 15000 Kepresentativelu Coniress Hoa D L Smith Hodgenville Ity Jtepresentative in Kentucky L gis atire j Hon W D Claybrooke Iteprescntative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon KT f cunty flrectory cmcuiT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth lf day in February May abd Octo t jI I Thurman Judge L Ii Durham Commonwealth At neyv F M Campbell Clerk M G LeachmaDj Master Commiss sEer QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court ishe don thethird Monday in jench month Sj 0BIt LiUsey Judge COUNTY COURT CountyCovtft meets on the fourth r onday in e4ch mouth B Litsey Judge Booker County Clerk 1WFT Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney OfibourneSheriff Sam Anderson HB Powell jaerbertEddlemanj1 DeputIes Ed Masters 4 Tames P Moore CounSurvev0r- T T OBryan AsSegS WIT ilitcheli Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coronet j W Bush Supt of Common- School P 0 Springfield j v 1 CITY COURT JameR R Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal WF Grigsby City Attorney V I JUSTICE c6uRT p Jntice Courts are hfeld in January April July and October Church Directory t METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W LyonPastorlr Ticea on the Pirstand Third Sundays In each month at 11 a m and 730 p m ever at 10 amt fePrayer SundySchCOl meeting every V7cdnesday agbt CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessav Pastor Ser iivices every Sunday at8and 10 oclock aim aServicccat St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH b ReyW T Wai denV PafC f cverySundav J I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH t Be vT li Latiraer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am wdat 1 pm Sunday school every usunday at 10 am Prayer meetin frv Thurtdav evening at 7 ociwb 1 f BAPTIST CHURcH Rev l Wt JIarriBbn Williams Past f r Preaching every Sunday at V am and 5745 pm Sunday School every lundsiy at 930 a m Prayer meeting very ITaesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders Y1 sarASOKlCtODGK Springfieid lodge rKoi5p meets first and third Monday 4elcach month- Washm tonRA Chapter No 57 eets every second TueSday Sprinjrfield Cunc1J o 52 meets on yrv4purth4ondayKsicaTs Meet 1s no 4 FOLEYS 8DNEYAN TAR i fmtth Strittf Ruitts From a CaIi1 Remember the name- Nfeys HMty ini Tar Insist upon haying the genuine Thr lz Zc Oc M Pvsp rtHt only by jIryChIcp Forsale bf ra Drug tra r w r c i w c I 1 TIlE NEWS=LEA ERtti J iiwWW aiH5ih 2r irol ll700Wu mw I I A ROUND Of TALK 1 II g tt tU7 nnnnSSS Memorial Day Oer the breadth of a great republic From ocean to ocean borne Wherever the stars of herbanner Gleam out to the light of morn grainsownIsong pt Therhyine of J1r peaceful rills Comes the noiseless trampof an army Shadowy silent anti gray An arm v though vanished its legions Yet lives innffur hearts today To the men who from field and forum Uprose at their countrys cry Their lives if the need for the honor Their honor fr her tb die Who seizing the gun for the plow share And graspingthesword for the pen Went forth an army of patriots Of oble and freeborn jnen Tis to these the hand of a nation Its tribute of love will pay Wherever the grave of a soldier Shall hallow its soil today Not with branches bf yew nor cypress But with roses ant blossoms sweet With amaranth and llaurel above them And heartsease fair at their feet While softer than winds of the sum mer And sweeter than roses bloom Are the memories and love which gather And brighten each silent tomb And though Time In his march tri jtimphant Bends all to his final fway Yet the touch of the Great Eternal Is nearer than he today Oer these graves where all strife is ndedlWihere the past and its memories lie Rise thd grateful hearts of the people In prayer to the Lord Most High For the hope of a prosperous future The gracious gift of His hand Fora great and united nation A free and a fruitful land For His angel of Peace whose pinions Stretch over that land today For the love that clapeth as brothers Thehands of the blue and gray Selected TAT HEN IT ISJEIflqUiry JLjij is frequently made concerning the newstate dog tax lawpassed by thellast legislature and there appetrsto be few who understand when the dog tsx is payable According to the pro visions of the bill as passed dog owners must give in their dogs to be assessed at the same time the regular assessment on other property is taken The dog law does riot go into effect until nine ty days after the adjournment ofthe Legisature The assess ment will be taken this fall and the dog tax levied then and collected with next years taxes Sheep owners vlio are so unfortunate as to suffer loss from sheep lulling dogs cannot get the benefit of tbe dog tax fund until the tax is collected and that wil be several months vet While the owners of country doswill have several months m which to get rid of their dogs or to raise tjie money for their taxes such is not the case with the Springfi4d dogonr The Springfipld City Council its meeting lact Friday night decreed that all owners of dogs within the city limits who have not paid the tax pn their canine friends must be required to do so within ten days jfrom themeeting- or suffer art and fine for themselves as Well as their doas r t cr TRENtIOUSIt is the popq 19 impressjon that the farm erslife is an easy one free from many of the cares and worries of life such as are incident 10 the lives of people engaged in other occupations as a means of a livelihood T There never was a greater mistake Ijojsteveras any one alaU familia witb the farm ing life will testffy The life of thefarI ndeed a strenuous Quo The average farmer is ruined financially and 13 on the verge pf jstarvaion more times during i s nglecrop season than the nierchantiis liji a life time How 6ften have we heard of the ruin of the farmer during a dry sped when his crops according to his on version are ruined pasi all redemption Fortunately however the farmer possesses wonderful powers of jrecupera 1don and tbe effects of a good ttato revives his spirits in the f hme degree in which his Ojgthstricken crops are re y ed To a man inclined to give way to worry the life cf a farme J ILis certainly a strenuous one andl farmer w rries it is cer Jllfthe not without seme cause could be more calculated to caused worry than after weeks of toil to see ones crop threaten ened with utter distruction bya persistent drougth or the dyas tation of some insect pest which every effort to destroy is futile The farmer perhaps worries too easily at times but he oftenhas provocation- ff ATALOGUE BUYERS A habit VJL that works no good to anybody except those who originate i is the catalogue habit In response to a postal card request there are a number of these bigcatalogue houses in Chicago and other placeswhich will send you their7Big Bargain Catalogue wherein one can find prices on everything from a darning needle to a threshing machine There appears to be a peculiar fascination to some people about theoffers contained in these catalogues and yet we have yet to Jlearn of any real bargains secured from one of these catalogue houses Pre quently U O D packages remain in the express office at this place until ordered back by the shipper because the oodshave not come up to the representation but more often the goods are paidvi for and delivered to the unfor tu nate purchaser when he has no recourse Aside from the fact that these so called bargain houses rarely ever offer bargains It isan injustice to the home merchant to send your money away when the order could just as well be filled at home The home merchants puts your money back into circulation again He contributes to the tuxes of the county the schools and the town and if the farmer happens to bj short of the money it is the home merchant who unhesitatingly extends tiim credit for necessities for any reasonable length of time Do Not be Imposed Upon Foley ca Chicago originated Honey and Tar sa throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuIhe Ask for Foleyfl Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offered as no other preparation will give the sape satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cross Drug Store Notice to Creditors All persons having claims against the estate of Uriah Shew maker deceased will present same properly proven to me or to my attorney W F Neikirk oh or fore the first day of June 1906 Thos E Wilson I Admr of Uriah Shewmake TheTobacco War Tlia situation in the dark tob acco district his again assumed serious and unfortunate conditions Press dispatches from bedsIof the Dark Tobacco Growers Association being destroyed by night rak er J Other non mem bers of th 3 association have been visited by a committee and in formed that they musteither join the association or diir up their p antbeds In some instances Iit is s at QJthe men cho e the latter alternative and destroyed their plant beds while the com mittee stood by and wa ched tte work Other men are guarding their pilots with loaded guns Officers of the Association repu diate respousibiliiyforthese acts of vi lence and threats Tbe intimate that it is b ing done or instigated by members of the as suciatiun for the purpose ofin jur ing their organization and of bringing it into disrepute with the general public Mr John E Garner of pringfield Terin AssiAtant General 1anagtr of the association is reported to have said in an interview that- I if any member has bad an vthitg to4o with t Destruction of plant beds or wwh threatening persons not in the association his action is entirely without sanction or connivance oh the part of tha association and he iis disgracing bis membership and injuring the association Notice Taxpayers will take notice that all city taxes are now due and payable to the City Treasurer Under the pres ehtmode of collecting taxes due the city the tax collector will not call upon you and solicit payment as here tofore but it is the duty of each in dividual taxpayer to settle with the City Treasurer Mr L B Cain at the First National Bank After July 1st a penalty of 2 per cent will be added to all taxes unpaid at that time and after September 1st and November 1st each additional penalties of 2 per cent will be added and tax warrants will be issued for summary collection License taxes are now past due and it would be well for all persons whoj are conducting any business for which a license tax is imposed to bear in mind that if they havtnot secured such license during the year of 1000 they are liable to a fine of not less than 500 nor more than 2500 andI each day such business is conducted without license constitutes a separate j l offcnsCD0GTAXIt is the duty of all per sons having a dog to take out license therefor and it is unlawful for a dog to be permitted to run at large without having on its neck a collar to wbichshould be attached the check issued with the license and the penalty for failure tosodois not oniv that the dog sfiall be impounded but also that the owner or keeper thereof is liable to a fine Copies of the City Ordinances can be secured from the office of the Springfield Sun free of charge ig ynoranceandnit will not be a good defense to an ac tion against persons who have render I ed themselves liable by failure toocomply with the law Heretofore thetcity authorities have not deemed it t proper to have the laws strictly enforced until the people could have an opportunity know of them but jio tice is hereby given that hereafter th6 law will be rigidly enforced After ten days from the publi cation of this totice all p isor s who have not taken out license asrequirea by law will be pros cuted and the penalty imposed for doing busitess without ltfff dense By order of ihe City Council iAueti A good complexion is impossible J with the stomach out of order Iftt pat sallow people would pay morel lattention to their stomachs and less to the skin on their faces they would have better complexions Kodol for t Dyspepsia will digest what you eat t and put your stomach back in righti shape to do its own work KodolVe lievcs palpitation of the heart fi 0jllence sout stomach heart burn fetc Sold by alll drugists t Didnt Keep Appointment A young man living nfar this city fell iin love with a pretty German girl and sent her a note appointing a place of meeting ii He wrote ThaI my darling may make no mistake rem moer that i will wear a light pair of rousers indit dark cutaway co 11 my right hand I will cary a cane al d in my left hand a cigar Yours ever Jak The girla father got hold of thf l1oeI and sent this answer Dot mini son make no mistakes I vill be dressed in my shirt sleeves I villvearln my right hand aclub In my left hand I vill year a six shooter You vill recognize me by de vay I bats vquon de bead a gouple of times mit de club Vait for me at de corner as I haf somedings important to in form you mit Your frent The young man didnt keep the ape pointment Ex When the Hair Falls Then its time to let No time to study to read to experiI ment I You want to save your hair and save it quickly tooli So make up your mind this very minute that if your hair ever comes out you will use Ayers Hair Vigor It makes the scalp healthy The hair stays in It cannot do any thing else Its natures way nle beat JdBcl of ateitIOa1a1 Sold for over sixty yeara r- Ms4 bYJ Usa ceo zewIl su- Alao InkC5f r SAISAPAIIIU ljerSriilivwrow i6 DROWNED Marion Lewis Finds a Watersr Grare While Seining in Chaplin Riyr4 Mari n Lewis a young man about 20 sears of age wiio lived with his father near Willisburg this county was drowned on last Friday night while with a party of other men engaged in seining in Ch p1irivar near Chaplin Mill Young Lewis had gone to the river with several other men for the purpose of seining for fish He was a good swimmer and plunged into the water which was quitedeep at that point It is supposed he was taken with a cramp shortly after he entered the water for he called for help Those who were near him could not swim but made an effort to reach the unfortunate young man with poles but slid not sue ceed before he sankf The body was not recovered until the fol lowing morning Marion Lewis was the son cf Mr Tyler Lewis and was a steady hard working boy tcsho had many friends in the neigh borhood in which he lived The remains were interred at Rook Bridge cemetery on Sunday morning iarnul You cantot have good health unless our kidneys are sound for the kid eys filter the blood of iupuritiesl which otherwise act as irritating poisons and break down the delicate of the body and cause serious trouble If you have kidney or bladder trouble and do not use Foleys idney COre you will have only yourself to blame for results as it positively cures all forms of kidney and Wilder diseases Sold by Red- oDru Store The Four Generations I atE fond of saying that very few of us if we would study our genealogy are more than four generations frm a log cabin Four generations carry us back one hundred and thirtytwo years One hundred and hirty two years land us in the sever ties of the Revolutionary century They land us in the diys of the Tea Party of Valley Forge of Yorktown and it is even later than those days when the ancestors of some of us were crossing the Alleghanies or floating down the Allegheny and Monongahfla in the arks they had built for an emigrants voyage It iis as late as 1830 that Mrs Sedgwick described such an emigration in a charming book now quite forgotten which is called The Emigrants In that book it iis to be observed that one of the interesting things which the young emigrants saw was the girls school at Bethlehem in Pennsylvania In 1830 ther was hardly another gils school off tbat grade in the United States The sch pl at Bethlehem was therefore as great a curiosity as a Roman Iatholic nunnery would have heenD Edward Hale in Womans Home Companion for Junev A MuHtaiN ot dill muchIof Caroline Wis as did me 25c box of Eucklens Arnica Halve when it completely cured a running sore on her leg which had tortured her 23 long years Greatest aniseptic healer of Piles Wounds and Sores 25c at C J Haydons Drugstore Road Building problemsIquestion Itis evident to every fair minded man that we should have a better system of road building Our present mode of road building is not only costly to begin with but thereis not a mile of road in this coumy but that requires as much cash to maintain it ten years as the orig inal cost We need to be edu cated along this line and certainly now is the time to act A proposition has been received here from the Department of Agriculture at Washington City that the Department will send free of cost all necessary machjn SeS ery andean expert road builder here to build a sample riffleofl road provided the county will furnish the material for the road The intention of building the road is to show our people how to build roads that will Jast for years without constant expenditures for repairs Many roads in this anJ other states buUt ac cording to the plan of the Government have been inconstant use for fifteen or twenty years with pracMcally no repairs nee essary It would be the best les son eyer taught the people of the county Wherever tez e roads have been built they have been revelation and have result ed in much better met hods often with much less cost If this op portunity ge s by it way be years before we could again secure this free service from the Govern ment and we believe tbe farmers will be standing in their own light if they fail to attend the meeting called for County Court dayLebanon Falcon Grow 8ron Aill Norhlng wilt relieve indigestion that is not a thorough digestant Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat an allows the stomach to rest recuperate grow strong again A few doses of Kodol after meals will soon restore the btomach and digv tlveorgans to a full pervm adce af their functions naturally and bring health and strength Sold by d J Haydpn PuIIiam rT A Johnspa bough a horse from a Nelson county man for 80 Rev Sumerj filled his regular l appointment ai Tock Bridge Sunday Esker Tatum of Spencer connj ty visited relatives here unday Mr JOP Burkhead bougnt twow hogs fom Richard Hood for 231 Mr John Halp of Camdenhas moved to x ur community J M Shields arid wife or Hi Isboro passed through our village fn route to Chaplin JohnHale bought a mare farI 100 R R Keeling of Mackville was in our midst Sunday Hush Crouch and 0 ife of Tay4lorsville are visiting relatives here- Thomas Howe and wife have re urned fromCaseyc dtity where they visited their daughter Mr Jame Hendrixhad a mare badly hurt While she was lying CaUgbtinja For a painful burn there Is nothing like DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve There are a host of imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve ntbe lbegenUinetAsk sunburn cuts bruises and especially recommended for pile Thenamq Ej C DeWItt Co Chicago is on every box Sold by all druggist Hardcsiy Schoolhouse Mr Ons Alfred and sister Miss Aliiia two of Mercer coun- tI spopular argisitingMessrs Thurman CheSft Willl and Ed Gray attended the picnic given by Miss Nora Bonta to her school Saturday afternoon Mr Will Shirley a dwlfEJof Willisburg Mr Sam Goodlett and wife of Springfield spent Sunday with W S Goodlet and family Mr Burgess Pinkston and wife spent Saturday nigbt and Sunday with Mrand Mrs John Kay Mr Herbert Crume of near Chaplin was in our midst Sun day afternoon Miss Nora Goodlett accompan led by Roy Wall of Pldlsant Grove spirit Sunday with the pisses GaodlettJ HEALTHJN SPRINGFIELD rMere Case of illness this Spring Than In Former Years l Physicians n1 druggists say J there are more causes cf illness in Springfield this Year than informer years Perhaps theisn- ot so much serious sicknessbut Sprmg languor loss of appetitf d headaches sleeplessness backaches I weakness aud debility in disestioa and other ills that re tiltt from indigestion OY an over worked stomachs ari more comII mon than thEY have been fJr- omeyearslJast This has resulted in an unusual demadd for MIa na stomach tab t lets at the Red Cross Drug Store Before they felt that they could recommend this remedy they tested it rigFdly in many cases of heartburn indigestion wind onJJ the stomach debility and other I troubles tbat result from a weak ened digestion with the greatest J success t In fact Mio na has been so uniformly successful in curing all stomach troubles that the Red Gross Drug Store gives a signe J guarantee with each 0 cent box to retund the money if it does not cure S Nature Refuses f I if remarkable 11isj physiciaas at the City hospitaLs Friday night Katie Brewefa 2Qiji yearold colored girl employedt asa cook at 11 19 Third stleetItt made a double attempt to commit alllethalj j being unconscious when she w Stt found and discovering that it was the purpose of her employ aa to save her life by havi g her ft removed to the City Hospital fft rJ herlselfl gli1herf She was removed to the City tlflhllfll1p J 11SuBscRnipN 1L12 == 00 A tttJ j ptr SPRINGFIELD t Hospital In the troliwagon and the ugh th ci pjjpiiOBiDg and pistol would either probably t prove fatal sne did not J084 con sciousness until long after herV arrival at the hospital 3iq was conscious lass night anu thpjgh she will almost 0ertaicly die and says she was anxious to do so nature is unusually stubbottria her casg Louisville Herald Is Pro iotd L Mr S A N of who jor sever al yeufspast has been the local gent for the StandardOilCpaa J pioy has been promoted by tte IifravehnQuite a nonnori of counties are placed under hlmrBig new duIties willnecessitate yisitinjt the varipns counties under his charef IIand although he Will spend mitch of his time away from Lebanon i ft is his intention to continue to make this city his home Mr t 11i No3s advancement is ragnl tzion of his worth to the company i and hisvmany friends will be glad to learn of hia good fortune The appointment tiecanje effective yesterday Lebanon nterpri V Railroad CommiMioaeirship T e Owensboro Inquirer de ares C C 4McChord mem ber of tbe State Railroad Coif m the SeconddistriCti land Chairman of that body will seeka renomination tt fte bands pf the Democrats Mr l McChords friends say that beIhas given upi all thought of eekingthe Democratic riomina lion for GovernQr but that he is already at work to succeed him self as Chairman of the Railroad Commission Friends of Repre sentative Thomas Drewy of Louisville say that he will OOO pose Mr McCbord for the nomi nation but up to this time Mr Drewry has not declared his in tentions c j GoebelV iltotS Ward Penlhe was almost In stantly killed at Nicholasrille Sunday morning by accidental shooting With twoconipaniorsI be was preparing to drive to High Bridge to act as Deputy t Sheriff the following day andIhad a revolver the same that i Govern Goebelhad on his per he was killed m the inside pocket pf bis vest The three young men had entered buggy and PeaibfrWAS in the middle Before taking the lilies l be stooped dYer to put some ob ject he had eel holding tinder at to buggyssat when the weapon U dropped to the floofjIt exploded iJL nd the ball penetrapd Pentb fl bowels He lived on1twohours several sessions of the Ken lucky Legislature Peatht was Senate cloakroom keeper Hrr rodsbnrg Herad in- Ittt- E tttt 1t1t ti E Have YouBought a New Bnggy Yet11IJ 4f If you Have not placed your order you will doIwell to give us a call a We carry a nice line of the celebrated MOYER and ANCHOR k W r t buggie bothsteel and rubber tires runabouts and urriY Lit pracs c If L toyou and be con vhcedthat Wa HAVE THE GOODS ND WILL RIlTHE PRICES f 4 Seeonr line of Blue Grass Lain Movers all SIJaut Price8 It f a f IIiC Jk 11 f 6= I ii v c 1t iLf1T i n rut NEWSREADER PUBLISHED EVERY TJIUB8DAY t AYEAR IK ADVANCE jI 5PINGFIILDKV f C LP Jr r Local or bitI1Gt1CCS la conts I aLh uhcgthllriiUln r onr political matte i erJfi Job work i 1se at rratesbut i fb f I t J ti AP70rt1fJIItC ontAqls made tfn llbora- elHH Obituaries atyd resolutions of respect k ataperlpt i LNNOCNCSXEXTS icnty ngtratos f25 strtctomces lrOf f THURS AiYMlr 31 1906 ti We are authorized to announce Robert Noe asa candidate for the olflce of Olerk of the Washington Circuit CoUrt Subject to Ijie aq ton of the Dcmc cratic party Courtions Tfte regular May term of th Washington Circuit Court con vanec Q Monday On the first da tliejuries were organised and tin Grand Jury received its insiruc lions from the Court Judnt I Thurman urged the members te vigorously investigate any in fractions of ttle law and callec r their especial attention to Ipla tions of the Sunday closing law ihe law against gambling an that against seining and dynamiting for fish The jury w a IFintructed to v find indictment Against all such offenders when the law and facts j uslify Oa Tuesday the case of th I CJoromonwealth against Jim Hei dron and Dick Canter r robbery was called but tim Common I wealth was not ready The de 1JIense insisted on a trial and th Defendants were released withou bond This case has been postponed a number of times on J absence of thecount of the prhi ipalposecuting witness Cour adjourned Tuesday morning m t til yesterday morning when i number df Commonweilth case were Considered The followingl compose th tGianfl Jury I Mr Sliewmaker 0as L JEIumes Uyuus Law fiDe W M EDxrdin J N Bo tfdine Henry G Graves Marioi I Sweeney Sheriff 13 D Miner WB Barlow JQhn Tobin Thos jT Graves Jams H AJayes Foreman JThe petit jury is iimade up a bl1owsJ N Bowles J N 4 X Thompson E A Gox J A j KylQs A 03 Vellsj John MI t Lewis Ed MajfieidrW B Bax lardlBen McIvoyE E Wathe Jo M Wright Frank Spald ing John B Arnold Jas M Gordon W O Ellis bilas Arm strong jl B Cecil Cyrus Wil son JosA Ryan NimrodSmiU Srtt E S May 6s Jr T D She Than BE Cambron Miles Kelty J Terrible WreckIt it Nine killed and tjventy one in jured is the record L fa smash t between the Knrocville Expres f of the Louisville and Nashy ilh railroad a cut of empty frtigh cars en a siding at Sevebtb anc Hillstreets Louisville at 75 oclock Tuesday morning J broken Ilangeon a wheel of passenger car caused the pass 14 enger train to sideswipe tin jIj freight cars Eight of he vii timswere killed almost insfcanih L Toeninth died at midnight Tht f L N officials vill investfgait the cause of the accident Luiac disposed to fitvor the biokei dlarige explanatior Auong tIe injured is ftr j ITchnMcCUc brc thtr of VC U19rC McJh SrJ of ibis place Mr Steve Noe form Iyf tJ iU plaice but nup of Leao w 5 jlltJh trio 1nd wttssatednt t i to a man bo bad tctli 1lig biol en Mr Noe escrped injury Ii A Spalding orLebzhon yas injured f I fbrlunatei MlssOUr ins When I was adrugiitItI Liyohta Mo writes T J Dwyer now of GraysvilJe Me the re cfr my customer wee permanent1ycureofconsumptio I byDr Kin i Nev Disc rery W diiare well ani Vtrong to day One if was trying tot sell his ipopety and move to Arizona jiputsfftec using Ne It Dscovery at i sbort time he found it unnecessary to do so I regard Drlfcin lii New Discovery toe tc- x i3osfc wohderfal ttie iiine io existence Surest Cough and Cold cure and Throat and Lung taetlelr tfn ranteld by Gi J Haydon Druggist 50c and 1THaIlbottlefr I tt l s t tASplendid Address folowing is taken from a Coiumbia S XJ pap Jr about Glellaud Cunningham a former SpjriDgfiel4 young man C1At regular meeting of our Y I f C A on Sunday afternoon 10 which all the Students were invited ve had the pleasure of listening to a spl ll address byqptlliJghly esteemed professor of English History JPeot T G J nnlt1 lam The subject was Your Young Meii shall see JsionsJoel 2 58 Some houshts as presented were as Allows Young men shallvsee visions which Itad to1 actIOnIVery fdrcibly he us the importance of following ur highest ideal anni rmade dis crimination between idle dream ers and busy dreamers motive power the exercise of the moral sense necessary to the fulfilment if our visions pdrpose of the vision is to give usexalted ideas fjfeor i truehtanvprpduct of struggle In our visions we geta glimpse of our possibilities Hdexhorts us toe true to our vision fortit Uone is vour guardian angel Po follow our visions of en reo quires sacrifices It is in our Is ons IhfCt wo grit the true vall le of life His address was thoughtful nd earnest and avery kind in jerest in the students was verj jauch in ev idpnce Very attentively did the stu tents listen to bisi impressivf ords and how touching to see beexres ion on their faces as he last words of farewell were poken Ajitha close every young man orlred his Vat toward the dis ngui bed professor anxious to hake his hand and tbank him or his words of encouragement nd advice and to join with thers iq wishirg him unlimited access in his new fields of work MaokyJlIc uitIFarmers are busy this 7eeksetting out tobacco plants ince the rain which was greatly l eded Andrew McFatridgc of Har odsburg spent Sunday wit- h1issisteri1r Wim William fromrJouisvillnother Mrs Beh Powell who las been qrite sick for some ime but is now iimprovini- rMissesEva and Flora Hatchett ire visiting their Uncle Mr Win latchett at Wilmore They viii also attend the commence Dent exercises of iAsbury College A MFerreUi and wif1 of Frankfort spentu few days with relatives here she first of the veelr Thesupper giVen by the ladies lastrhursdavUCCeS They Realized a neat ttlum Mr James Cregor and wife of ville sppperasti ofdisfamilyfiff sear this placelast week and re urnedhome Sunday Quite a nUniter fr w this place Willburg Margiesham HarrodsburgJ lfrsJosievfaves I Willisburgvitbfriencls We will no coubt have our hare of visitsi tthe Hone oming in Juae So our citiIsens should gtto the front FTri 1 T w 7 J w =give their od friends a cordial welcome when they arrive to the deaistpot on earth f Mr Ed Britton has returned front a business ti ip to llliuois Rev Campbell has resigned as pastor of the Christiahchurch of this place on account of fail ing healtb Re left recently for I another climate The protracted meeting at the lastIMondaYeenrn Buckner of Harrodsburg both morning and evening He ISI quite an interesting speaker Oi last Saturday afternoon Kaiio the little seven V9ar old daughtarof Mr and Mrs Hpman of this place had a very narrow escape from hung seriously hurt As Mrs Lulie WcoffvasI driving hastily down on ntrrwuy home little xwne ran across in front of the buggy which knocked lier down time wheels running over her face and head c busing some severe bruises but fortunately there was no fracture This should be a warniri to other childrn who play on the street so much to be careful especially when vehicles are passing along the street IDeaths from Appendicitis in the same ration that the use of Dr King New Life Pills increases They save you floni danger and bring quick and pDinless release from corsti pation and the ills growing out of it Streng h and vigor always ffollow their use Guaranteed by JI haydon Druggist 25c Try them Forest View Mr Pius Nally is so ill disposed thepast tie or six days as to be confined to his bed Mrs Will Rmey is quite sick at this writing but under the reatment of Dr Mudd of Spring held there is great hopes of her speedy recovery The corn mill beoniring to Lee Osborne situated onShep h rdsRuDwas burnod down last Sunday night It js a great llois to Mr Osbourne and the entire community Rich Smith sold to Ed Mont Buckler five heal yearlipg cattle for 25 per head LeA Blanford bought of Walter Wellington nice filly for 100 Joe Riney spM Lee Smith a sow and four pigs for12 Some sneak thief took advan tage of our absence last Sunday and entered our yard and cut several of our choice pot flowers and I suppose went on hs wav with a bouquet pinned in his ladysiparasol KING BEE OF THE WOODS Toxas Mr LL May of Lebanon was in ber town Sunday to see Miss Mattie Lee Kimberlin Rev Walker of Mackville pjeached a very interesting sur mon at this place Saturday night E iN Kimberlin and Miss GeorgiaYoung attended the ice cream supper at the home of Mrs W T Bar riettat Mackville Thursday night Mrs OV Stalling and Mrs McOlain of Springfield were outto seeM EDrane Sunday afternoon Mr Jack Cocanough who has been very ill is thoughtt to be better at tbis writing Miss Effie Kimberlin returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit to hfr sister Mrs Barnett of Mackyille She was aocom panied hcme by Mrs Barnett Mrs Effie Gray of Marion county was here Sunday The following were pleasantly entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs J H Nelson Thurs sbyWlhehnH ay 03 and daughter Mrs Martha Nelson and daughter r IiRAIIOCKSril J = YL J I have t1 rrm A completet assortment Ail 3 grades and prices I can sell Hammocks fJ 0 j 1 Per Cent Cheape11 t 00 than hey were ever sold in Springfield before ft1fJ 75 C 1JIJ55OO- Y Ct t 1 Buys pile from my stock Call and get ore 3 and hive a Iiiltle comfort thsBW aim days 0 W E IACHMAN f TKE FURNITURE MAN L TFOROne disease of thinness in children is sciofulu in nduls consumption Both have poor blood hath need more fat These diseases thrive on lean ness Fat is the best means of rtvercoming them cod liver oil lijiakes the best and healthiest fat and SCOTTSEMULSION is the easiest and most effective form of cod liveI oil Heres a natural order of things that Shows why Scotts Emulsion jis of HO imich value in all cases of scrofuhuand consnmptioy Morc itf more wefelitinoiei nourish nunt thats why 14Slld for five ftninpfa SCOTT BOWNE Chemist s 40415 Pearl Street New York OcandjJOO it Valley Hill BenyPinkstonIof Pplin visited relatives in this section Thursday Mi and Mrs Palmer poatley visited relatives near Maud Sunday Misses Sue and Bertha Edger ton have returned to thom home at Hillsboro after an extended visit torelatives inthissection j 4 J W Tucker and wife of near your town were in our midst Thursday Miss Flora Mudd one of the countys most popular young ladies of near vo r town visited Mrs John W Kelly at her home in this section Mrs John Viigin cf Maud spent the latter part of ttie weeki with relatives in this se t o- niDee Edgerton of Hillsboro visited his cousins Ed and Kobtt Moran in this section last week Mrs J L Moran visited rela tives in Hillsboro Friday W SGibbsor WilUsburg Jvas in our midst Friday J W Tucker purchased a fine mule from Hughey Goatley of this place for 90 The maiiY friends of Mrs El len Moore will regret seriojusly her sad death as Beams last week Many showed their last respects by following the reo mains to the lat resting place Many from this and adjoining vicinities attended the Decora lionat Villisburg Saturday Miss Nannie Pinkston of this place visited relatives at Lits e last week Booker N eof Springfield has returned home after a visit to Tucker Heights this place Miss Bessie Roberts ofSpning field visited friends ia this sec tionand Maud last week Mr Arthur Vance and wife of Jackson Tenn are visiting at the home of their mother M rs I L Janes of this place for a few weeks Clyde Reddick and sister of Washington Ind are visitingi relatives jrt this section Misses Ola and Imogene Goat ley have returned to their homes at this place afer an extended visit to relatives at Maud Mr Clell Hughes visitd rela tives near Maua last week Quite a crowd from this place took a lays outing on the Big Beech near Maud last week Through a mistake oftha writer or the priner our last let ter stated that it took a close observerto discover the locusts It should have bean no close observer I Several from this place nru contemplating a trip to Kussells Island Mich in July Mr Snm Scot and wiCecf Pom visited relatives in this section Sunday Mr and Mrs Will Guest of this place visited relatives near Polin Sunday We regret seriously that out Mt Z5on correspondent is on the retired list for the toAvsylettcr each week from that place tendled to make our column much more interesting as xvpll as in structive Howt ven we hupe to have her With us again in the t near future aa regular corres pondent Quite a rowd from thisplarcttr attended the Decoration at tuir view Wednesday Many tid friends and relatives buried there i and juiced n paying tributes of respect to their memories l Mr D C Celly is quite ill at f this writing ire M D thinks 11 if he is not better vithin a few darshe will develop a severe at tack of typhoid fever Court days celUs to have beenrr quite slim owin ttc the fact that all tobacco raisers took advan rage p1 the welcome seuornone before it was needed It seems to have been a general r int and I doubtless twothird of the tob acco in the county was set How ever the cool spell that follow d thevlavailedtunity j Clothes Cleaned ji I am rrepared to clean and press old clothes in tirstlass style LINKS RAY ELECTRIC THE BEST FOR jpd 31LIoUsN1ssf f r I yr 4cx1MARKS GREEN il The old Reliable Manufacturers I 4 1 and Dealers in all Kiids of K tr W LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS 1 v W We handlethe celebrated t Mixed Cannel1 Coal1 r Cant be Beat wore flole agents for i ACME CEMENT PLASTER The Best on Earth n Prices Right W Office and Yards Doctor and Railroad StreetaSpringtield Ky T M M l WHIIsburi Dr dibbs and Clyde Cclvort ot Glensboro Charlie Blanton of Boston Hand Mike Mdckin ot Bloomseld were guests of VSI Gibbs at Englewood Dr Sutherland and Lesfer Gibbs attended time tournament at HarroJsburg last week Mrs Mark Sutherland and daughter of Rose Hill visited relatives here last week Clarence Cloyd of Bobpn was over to see his sister Mrs Alien Kiusdell who has been on the sick list Mrs Will Jenkins and son of Kirkland spenjt Saturday with her son L Yo Jenkins Mr John Perkins was called to G reemhu rg Ind to seeJiis hither Will whp isTvery ill with consumption t Morley Royalty of IGrkwood Ispent Sunday wite his uuntMrs J W Shirley Mrs Lir io McMillan and son Donovan have returned hqm e after a short stay with relatives at Hillsboro On last Saturday morning May t ReaperJ took a young man frooi our suo wl1erelhej f age and was a son of Robt Hi ley and wife who r side ip the White Hall vicinity Four years previous to the day Ed ar pass ed away his brother Tom pas rd into the Great eyord He had a sister Mrs Edgar Williams who died in 1900 Both brother and sister died of that fatal disease consumption Edgar was a kind good boy studious in dustrious aiid intelligent and IYwas one who1 would have been a useful man Wo often wonder why the Allvise deems it neces sarVto take the youngJrom ufrwhile wo see so many old HUU totterin who hALve run life wearyracewho Jam wouldl gladly 1ifeaijptakeCelestial City THE TEXASWONDER j Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles sid by all druggists or two months raatineot by mail fC1rl Dr IlL W Hall 2tE6 Olivte street St Louis Send for Kentucky testimonials MAUL We have been absent from the of 11numberour nonsensical norisensa has not been tnigseu very much how pardonofboersfor as wo havesaid heretofore wo alwaVs have a plausible ex cusft for thus absenting ojraclves from so bright at d intcrostug a circle and would indeed miss the doKr old Leader wero it toatisont itself frm us m return Penrl gressingnicelyregret lhat site has only a fev more weeks Miss Roxyo AVuQficId bff St Gathorioes spent several dftJ s of the past week at her loire heie Miss Nellie Andrews who haS boon on the sick listve itrogtadg io report is able tc booulagitini t Miss S vl May s ore of S pdt g Cults charm ngjourg a lies hits peaautil j M S Edith Duncan nod MtUo daughter of Blpjmlicd we c Atfsdestndi bAlis iteBoblitt of Springtiald Mhs Lill t S boh an and Mr Cuss lGwlt of B ojmtiaid wee gacots of Mis Jysle yhohaii Sundny ofVlyEiFritay 2 Hubert Virgin and siser M5ss Delia attended ttheclosinir itxeif cisps of the Ntjscfh ft rmaj School at Birdstown last Mca J41IFlaugher are visiting frfonds atItl Millttrsbarg Th y will also visit1 Lorington before lotnrhtug S hom Mr ES Gpatls wife au Itte sons visied the lit er s rjarente here Sunday M ss Lydia Virgin has return i home from Bardstown afera live mouths tcrm in the NlstI KDfLL7HECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WI DrKing9s New Dis very tOR CONSUFIIPTIONPrice 100 r Surest and Quickest Cure for all THHOAT and LUNG TROUB IiES orlEONSYjBACS hor Normal fShe will have as hor guests next week two of er classmates Missies Nell Murk of Bardjfown and Lena Magru dei of Deatsvillc The readers must excuse rae iif some of my neim s seem to tea trifle stale bat yoy som it hRs Lean stored away in my craur m for some time past Sunday sehoolatiNewHope eiery Sunday morning at 9UO oclock sharp The church has employed Bro Bogus cfJVIiis ouri as pastor for four months Miss iL lea WaJJ and Ltr lLeo- dhy su prised Iheir niany1 friends by quietly going to the Midwayaboutevening of the 12th and ham sealed the sacred b nd that mad them mar and wife Time bride is tile eldest dnucbter 6f Mr James Wall iprosperous farmer near here had is a very boaun lot and attractive young lady who has many friends and ad mirers She has assumed tht duties of the exchange office att Mooresville for some tine past Mr Godby is a son of the late Rev Godby or Chaplin and fe a very courteous and manly JoqnA man who has wbn many friend since his stay hare They a now residing with tto6 b H parents Leonard Baker of Spning field and Sum Tucker oC7Trhly Hirl were here Satartitty Mr Albert Sheban and netce were In your town Tuesday TherecenL much neqt d rail plentOfsetting Everything inthJ roluerybndlvMuch complaint is being heart of the small inseot hilling the fruit trees Fl l7L HEAu For a painful Bun there Is nothinjr like DeWisVitch Hz1l Salve hoC are a hdst of iinit iTpns of DeWius Witch Hazel Salvif on the l11arJcetlce that you ret the gcnuhte Ask for De Witts Good too for sunburn cutbrntRts and especially ISJbox Soldby all dr Rf 1st House For Rent A good live room house on est side pf Wall s ieet ftbove Tiimey Rileys stftbo for rent Apply to T W Simths Good work jftint put on to stiy aocl loote weil guaranteed l yW C For v t j Notice to Contractors Novice iIs hereby given that w are ready to receive bds fir- rndirg and mueitdmizing tt trrnplke fOu11 tlrmniiigflctId thojas tIt Gordon roda distance ofabout 21 miles Bers us do it ing to contract for same will e famished with specific afiors ul1 full informltUon by 81 jlvir either J W Go don Pies Sjrinsftld Ky or iOlarence Ohrist Pec I ttbanoa Tvy t T A rojdcor Itfirion ijimiuitibJe with the stoltsanol pf order If pitiij calloyr ireople Wi HId pay mun e HiKiitlou tO tbelt sttinaohsantl ksto1 the skin on tkotr faces they wopldj have better coibrkxioHS KnioI ifor DyspepnJn wIll digest hit you e4tj nd put your sicmnub back in right hnptt to dv Its own Work Kddol re- Oves plpitlltln of the hour Halt rCCSQUI gtp1trteh heartitrf etc 4lYftil Ir cbts Npta Iiii thiMf h innrul in One Minute CouJb Currobnf it relieves a cough t quickly cuts the phlegm Heafinlfr anilsoodtioc Sld Hv nil druggists = iJaWltt s jy aiiie FCf Ptes9 8cz SQves 1 7 J rIFf jiejiIi iiitj jJjJJdiitJ ti WIIjlii Wi Ir fCooli1 t Are what we are offering f It to our men customer juatf 7 f now and we are prepared n 1 to fit you out i It j FromlleadtoFoot tf C f vYf1 J Wehvean especially f sift attractive line of Shirts at g from 75 cents to f50 f j f f t To Keep Coot ICi lm cll icBuynegligee Shirts withCollars tand Cuffs attached i J 1 f1 iI f tJ Gentlemens half ho e infi all styles and Mens Ox ffords in patent leather tan ii i and calf Ea j WHITE AND FANCY VESTS j lCfJ Genuine Panama Hats at 5 and 10 If you are 10Ajr I E II caseI i r Jf t Iw ff1i7 QYfIlltIt u mm t1It= i r Time Flies Is an old adage Its a big jqmp I though from the time of the e first clock to now Bridge the chasm and what have you T The first clock crude the one of today almost la chronometer Accurate COCkS and Elegant Jewelry r ratj r fg s took reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry stock 1nr ney buy from me 4 I1 t- t8 8 1 James J Graves =J88 8 8 OOOO 4 K4c 4 4444 tti 1Now istnee TimeI tfiI L r j 1 IIToT Buy1Your I tJT X J t IJt t Iii t i f Water Coolers ice Cream Freezers i I 4 RefrigeratorsLOu Stoves r i tj t 1HQse for Sprinkling Grass Scythes V i IfIi Lawn Mowers i Machines ir Washing IR Xv 4 j Jfr4s q GARDEN TOOLS rtVf iJ J f Such as Hoes Shoves Spades Rakes etc 1 r iF f J lYt t Dont Forget t 3 tWv v Our Diamondi Edge line of Razors Shears Knjyf JtThey are the Best v it r iAxe1Ett l r d iinspect our stock of the above We to see them t f IIVIcELBOYc fl J ollULli i J l r s w 44 t t jTheSMa up theJ lttLdde The man who puts on the pint vill toll you tbrt 1 i Mastic is carefully made thomughly Jxod confa inlay only m aerebuilding vof Mastic Mixed pJ t Iii1Ie KtThLaM 1JasUo paintjflofrs freely from tho byodi amid rinftpW n bcautifu1i1m1fl1 that retains its high glOllMtt okr rcoujtaig the ftQtou of tho elements in a2Ip mitten Pocfnt pool scoTo or chalk off whem appKed according to tlircctlous HasUc paint MTM nytlj WJII Manufactured b- yFEASLEEIAULBEr co 1NC omSVLLE Jrr i tr 4UEYI O JsHAYDON F 4 = DIUINGS NfW DISCOVfrJro Will Surety Slop TNt Cik J s rn mH tJ i DR JJI BURTON RMIDENT DENTIST TrH EXTRACTED WffiHOUT PAIN j oUrig Block up stairs i2RLiGFIELD KY JiJa All DSnt1 Work Strictly fr Flrst class DDI Dr JftHi IAMPTON DR J C M UAIPTON MUDD 4 ijMans and Surgeons i Officeslover Haydons Drugstore iF WJ GRIGSBYi i I RNEYAT LAW iQce over Peoples Bank- SPRINGFIELD KY i JB BARDS M W FYATT BOARDS HYATT rPipcitns infl surgeons Office over McElroy Shultz tfR J H HOPPER PHJSJCiAH and SURGEON PHONOffice Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery Rtsitence 74 JOHN Y1 MAYES 4 UNERAL viCTOR AND LICOSEDn EMBALMER H t r TELEPHONE DAy1g NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY 1Kllo Schedule Jtollowingis the time schedule now ih effect oi the Birdstown and SpringUeld branch railroad No 41Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502prn Bardstown 552 pro arrives at Springfield 645 piii No 42Leaves Springfield atJ 530 am Bardstown 617 a mI Bardstown Junction 705 am rives atfLouis nie 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 po- mNo44LeaveslSpringfield aa 120pm Bardstown 23Q pm Bardstown Jueotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves i Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 amji trrives at Louisville 8i35 a m No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at C pm B rdstwn JunctioD 650 pm Bards town 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm Bondsd Carriage 4 Repair Shop iAll kinds wood work and up holstering aone Grain Cradles nband for sale have for sale now one new rrIlifcnd made buggy new hand made spriug wagon andagood second handspring wagon rwili work cheaply for the 4 money All work strictly cash CfVVr W H BOND Springfieldr Ky Ii riJ v fRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Dailyj i Always good always fresh We havea new Baker who is an ar tist at making good things J Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery S CaB leghorns Exclusively iSggs for sale 1QP for 15 or 1501or30 MRS L N REED r f RPDNo3 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS I DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cand deciiptIon may tfsl nJlr opinion free whcuier an hyenffnIIrnbfthIT i tentaW Communion tloiu trlcHy conliaontUl on Patent lent true Oldest aceiicr for lecnniiKpatcnts Patents taken through llnnu A Co receive tftdnl MIke wlltiout charge In tlio JImericaJ clr ttCiIathui fit nny eolentlOc uh Term f a tear J tnontli tl neiridealerg flluiieawyNewYork Jes Y st WMhtDltonDc J Why take a dozen things to cur e I t1iwf conph7 Kennedy L xativf I Heneyind Tar alleys the ccngestiou Mope that tick1zdrvesthe cold out through your bowels Sold by al1 rCisfJ = c Z- rII TOWNI = ii lrbWWr Wiri Local Happen1ns of Interest The Freshest and Latest i 6 AlIAboutYoutselT Friends and Acquaintances M MWWMMMMil5WS MOO Fresh butter on jice at Johnson Mc3abe I lesh breaddda1y Johnson McCabe ii CtWJ Sliced dried beef and ham at Johnson McCabes Wanted bacon hams and shoulders at Johnson McGabe orn on Thursday May 24 to Mr and Mrs W F Grigsby a Eon Fresh fruits and vegetables all ways onhand at Johnson MC Cabes V v For end os ahd windows go to LeaJShmau the furniture man Special bargains in tinwar- graniteware etcr at Johnson McCabe The best screen doors and windows can be bad atLeaqh mans furnitute store =Bes market price paid at all t mes for country produce cash if preferred GW Hagan The best andcheapest screen doors and windows can be found aachmansiiituesrcWanted1000 cherries Will pay the best mar ket price for them CW Hagan Why Dont You Try the dt stpon lat sai Words and music On sale tit Ed M Rus sels Second hand buggies and carriages bought and sold on commission W C Foley Spring field Ky A firstclass mortised screen door hinges etc complete for 100 at Leachmans Why not take your country hams to Q W Pagan and get the highest market price for them cash if preferred To ExcuANGEfA nice four yeai old mare audtgoodeight- year l old mare Will exchange either for a gobdi gentle 1fi rse for a lady to drive DR JOHN DEBO The remaihs of Baker Canter who died of fever while wjth the U Stroops in the PUiilippmes were brought to this place fpr burial The interment was at St Dominick cemetery yesterday at 1 oclock I From now on you can at any time gebttie best and ireshest vegetables that live on the mar ket beanspeq cucumbers strawberries pineapples in fact anything that is on the market OrW Hagan Gilbert Carpettjter made he following sales of horses Mon day A gray mare to J 0 Ma herly for 67 a black paddle horse to Will Anderson of Bloomfield for 080and a bay mire to S J Wil1ttfor SCO Mr Lee Eiley of the livery firm ofTumey Jililey has sold his interest in the business to Mr Charlie Haydop Mr Hay don has iteen employed by the firm slice establishment and will be a populr ddditon to the firm The new firniwill be known asTumey Haydop The Republican County Como mittee win meet at the office Satuiday VF Grigsby fternconJrJeiJthl Springfield onrI for the purpose of reorganizing the committee and electing a Chairman and a Secretary A full attendance of the committee requested Is Marriage licenses were granted this Week by County Clerk Booker to Fred Hardin and Lucy Montgomery and to JaswE Ash and Rosa Montgomery The young ladies are sisters and riot being of age presented the written consent of their parents Jo the marriage before obtaining the licenses v Mr George D Robertson is having a handsome plats lass front put in his store house which adds greatlo itsappeftr ance The Robertson building white one of the oldest business houses houses iin town is also tnof the handsomest It was built in 1869 and was for years one of the few brick houses in Ofip1dI TOPICS i oo The protracted meeting at the Baptist church has been post pondand will commence on Sunday July1st instead of anjnouncedassisted by Dr W O Carver pastor the New Salem Baptist church Messrs Ben F and John F Simms of this place have sold 190 head of cattle which they Lave had on slop at Mattingly MooresdIstillery Baidstown lo Mr Egan of Chicago The cattle will weigh between 1150 1200 pounds and the price real ized was 465 per hundred pounds The Peoples Bank building after having been remodeled and refinished is again occupied The officials of the bank seemingly have spared no expense to make the house a model of elegance and convenience The batking quarters nave been greatly en larged and new furniture and fixtures have been added throughout LosT Sunday May 20 be tween Mr 1 L Janes residence and the Presbyterian church a blacfcsilk handbag containing pair of gold spectacles one pair halfscorn black kid gloves a smalTpurse with a little change in it fijid Iiii kerchiefIftl1el LtTanl MRS I L JANESI Jridianswiulcross field team atBloomfi id Monday teturilplayedJun 12th of lat year defeating them by the score of two to noth ing Bloomfield will secure the seryicespf Uolvin and Fulton toi do their battery work and they will no doubt be heard from Dont forget the date Monday June llth3 p in MISS Hadgie Crawford Malion died1Tuesday si1dehood and was related to the new actual Our must as the r McElroys and others here and well known and remembered by the older resident this place Funeral services were conducted at the Second Presby nesday afternoon tI Britton Mackville has where went to attend the triarqf of county The trial resulted verdict of The lulling occurred about a year ago and re portsof the affair at the time indi l night June is the date the at the Opera House here Orphean Musical Sitwill Monday morning at the Red Cross Drug Store at 35 and 50 fortirst floor and cents balcony The- Dodge City Kansas Democrat says of entertainment given last at the Opera House the Orphan Musical Olub as popular and received as any attrac tion Dodge City long time From the tcnum tfer the boys had the audience and could have the time on atone Each appear ance called forth rounds of applause Their songs senti mental and humorous were mostly niand in a popular vein The instrumental pieces and readings were also good say the audience the least ex ravagam and t Its Worth ful traveling a long distance J to liave your teeth extracted m w Without Pain Danger m I1 ip g All work guaranteed p w Bardstown is is f 3 3 3 3 3 33 1 There1 several cases smallpox in the Texas and Pleasant Run neighborhoods Amoog the families affected those of Richard Durham J W Funk Clem and others The trouble was started among some negro families audit i saidltwas brought from Louis yule bv a negE The disease is mild in formand no alarm i felt about it- t School l Tournament The contestants and their friends of the Springfield Gra ded School returned from Har rods lrg Saturday after partici pating the tournament of the Graded Schools of the Blue Grass The 6pring6eld school captured seven prize threefirsts and four seconds in the tournanlent and te friends of the contestants havecause to t6eT proiHloL jhe fine record tbey made x winners of the first prizes hanel gom gold medals Vocal Solo William Waters English Grammar Lynn flush yard dash Frank McCabe Second honors were captured aas flOws Female McElro7 Male Ly Barber The pupils and all others who attended from here loud in praise of the people of Harrods burg who entertained them with bpen heauted hospitality Prof Colvin announces that has secured the tournament for next year and the assistance of the good peope this place hopes to make it a Treat success o 0 MILLINERY CLEARANCE SALE fi o 0- o 0 t A line of Hats that we are selling t tg cost of making entire stock go any tg- n price season is near an end t v Ilitg Communion Wreaths just received tg- It KNOTT MILLINERY CO JJ- g t f fAbove Peoples Bank tg t was of byDMr Ed of returnedfromIlltnoi he his aslitriedShevvmaker formerly nlYI aI acquittal a1unpJiookedIlliilJingbC WeJndsday fixed for appeaVance pf the Club be on sale cent 25 for night by was well presented in in fir run out encores new 10 was delighted is not rt ton or J- mI13 we1conedby Smallpox are of are Coca110ughel is in in all IThe are Jr 50 DecIlamation Declamaticn man are he with of sssstat at theentertamrpentIIThe A Wedding Surprise The rnany friends of MS Mattie Lee Van Natta vftre treated to quite a surprise Tuesday when on the arrival CITarleton of Missouri it devell oped that he and that young la dyv re husband and wife The marriage occurred in Jefferson yille April llt and had btfen kept a secret Dr Tarleton was attJndingadeial collage iin Lou isvnlle at the same time Miss Van Natta was a student at Bryant Strat tons business college The young cou pie inetjlovod and wore married the young bride leaving immediately for this place where she had accepted a positiQnwit- liherbrOtherinaw I M HJonesI vhi1emI Tarlebon remained to finish his course at the dental orMrsIrrarleton near friends but it willl be acorn plote surprise to the general pub lie MISS Van Natta s home is in Shelby ville but she has frequent ly visi ted her shterat his place Notice The officers of the Peoples Deposit Bank wish to call the attention of their friends patrons and the general public to the iocatedlinstand and cordialiy invite all to pay them a visit of inspection The old building has bean en larged and remodeled and the latest style fixtures installed through t Rrivate consulta exceuIentlyprovided for both ladies and gen tleman and you are cordially invited to bring your friends in at any time during banking hours to talk write or rest = FE FCN AL miss Car ie Edelen iiquite SiCK Dr John SpnHing spent Tues day in Louisville Miss Mary Brown was in Leu is vide Wednesday Mrs AC Lake is visiting her m ther at Ripley 0 Dr J B RoBards is visitJng in Harrodsburgand Danvillei DhW YoBay of Lebanon was Ovcr on business last week Harry OJtfan ot Louisville is at home fora visit to his parents Prof Slith Thompson left this week for his home hi Indianapolis i Miss Ma y Hamilton of Fred SarllSimmsSimmsMrs Hugh Nee is confined to her room with muscular rheu matism Mrs Neal West of Boyle coun ty is visiting Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory Misses Mary and Margaret Noe are visiting relatives in Louisville t iC Mrs McCarley of Lancaster isvisitjng her daughter Mrs J F Pettus IMr and Mrs E S Majes Jr visited relatives at Harrodsburg lastveek Dr S E Grume of Freder fickstown attended court here yesterday Mrs TD Tapp who has been very ill with appendicitis is much improved Miss Lula Belle Wakefield of Louisville isa guest of Mrs Charlie Well Mrs Lzzie Tljrrett has reI tUli1 ft01Yf1r l it to nla dt Bloomtield Miss Annie McChord is visit ingrs Mrs lIen Head at Lexing ton this week Dr Mpren pf Louisville was Cailed here last Tnuruday to see Mrs Kate Green Miss Louise Haydon is visiting her aunt MIS Hannltoj Robert sou in Bardstown Dr EoM Mllei4 and wife of II v Haven aro visiting Dr Trusty tind wife MrCR H McElroy has gone to Red Boiling Springs in Tenn essee for his health MISS Lizzie Waters aniCV C McChord Jr were at Tatham Springs last week W E Leach man and Frank Nbe attendedihe ball game at Bloomtield yesterday Miss Ellftn Waters left yesterday to spend tha summer in Lou iisville with her sisters t fDr James Green of London was here last week to see his mother who is quite sick Dr Rodman Williams Iand wife of Maceo Daviess county areTisithig relatives here Mrs Edgar iiartinof Louis yule is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs W H Leachman Mr and Mrs Walter E ard Mr and Mrs Will T Leacbman spent Sundayin Lebanon MrsBirchand Miss Belle Birch of Willisburg spent Mon day in town with friends Prof George Colvinewent to Bloomfield yesterday to pitch the tameof baEebail for Bloomfeld Miss Ethel McClaskey and Booker McClaskey of Bloomfield visited their aunts the Misses Brown Saturday and Sundpy Mr Leslie GOy of Camp bellsville was a guest of the family Of Mr George Medley the first of the week Bob Marks and Jim Shultzleft yesterday for Louisville Jim Shqltz has aiso secured a posi tion with the Hany Wood Co Mrs M W Hyatt returned from Bloomfield Sunday afler spending month urith her par ents Mrand Mrs J FL Durrelt Dr W W Ray and wife of Lebanon and Mrs James Allen of BiooTi field spent Thurs day as guests of Mr and Mrs W D McITlrpy 3Mrs Ardio Brownafter a five months visit in the Soalh with relatives has returned aud is with her daughter Mrs F M Martin Messrs W A Waters B Qr Conway and Thomas Jackson of Lebanon win leave Monday for a trip to Washipgton D 0on business and plea ure iMrs Kate Canter Julia Non and Richard Canter mother sisters and brothers of Louisville came up with the remains of Baker Canter Por CLllanJ Cann rghr J Cr i I EyesY Tested I Rave fitted hundreds of others and can fit you Names and Prescriptions on file come and iisee for yourself Give your a eyes the attention at the right if time and place Nothing but high grade goods All the a modern kinds and styles of J lenses Bifocals of every de 9 scription ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS i a Specialty i Graduate Optician always on 3s hand to make test Satisfac ia tion guaranteed i i1 BM Russell I e4w i arrived from Clinton S C where he has been engaged teaching the pastten months in the Clinton College The little Von ofS Mr M H Jones was taken to Louisville last Thursday and had a surgical operation performed on his nose to open the nasal passages Miss Elizabeth Leachman has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs J BtEIjH at Lebanon She was accompanied Jiome by her little niece Miss Louise Hill A fishing pry composed of Messrs Morrison Nan F M Martin Rev T D Latimer and their families1 spent the day at Croakes Station shing Wednes day Mrs LinaMcore of Dennison Texas and William Green of Sherman Tex are with Mrs J C McElroy on account of the illness of their lmother Mrs Kate Green Mrand Mir S Mayes Mr andMJS RegroonMr A ClvIcElroyi and Miss Bettie Irvine attended thefun craf of Mrs Hadgie Mahcnatf- jqbanon yesterday afternoon Miss May Cambron who ha s been with Miss Bettie CraycroH at this place for tQe past two years has returned to her home at Fredericks town Miss Cam pron was a faitfeiijl companion to the late MrsMcKenna and Miss Bettie Craycrpftf and made many rfriends while in Springfield Arthur Vance and Wife are here Jhis week to visit their m other Mrs I L Janes Mr Vance has made change fn his business connection which will cause him to leai eJacksonTenn and locate in Cincinnati He has returned to the Buffalo F rga Co with which he was connected before going to Jackson Acquittedi A dispatch from ffarrodsburg says The Anderson county jury called here to try William Bntton and Luther Herr ilon the charge of murdering Walter StottStook just fifteen minutes to return a verdict of not guilty The jury retired to their room just as the clock struck 2 organi- zedi and on the first ballot unanimously voted for a veidict of acquittal They came back into the court room and reported their yerdict so quickly it could hardly be believed The jury left on the 5 oclock train this afternoon for their homes in and near Lawi enceburg t Brittc n and Herron were heartily con gratulated upon their prompt vindication by tbeirmanv friends Britton acd Herron killed Walter Stotts and Sam C Black in a pistol duel oa the straes growing out of tbeirattempt as policemen to arrest Stots Brit tpn was shot twice through the head but recovered They were tried for killing Black before a Mercer coiinty jury and were acquittedi I NOW OPEN We desire to notify the public that the e New Springfield Hotel Is now open and ready for business We are thoroughly equipped for theJ accommodation of the travelling public and for regular boarders Board can be furnished on the Euro pean plan Lunches and short order mealsl C M RICE Manager Tlllin With DYll mIte Isno more dangerous than to neg lect Sidney disorders Iolcys KiSuey Cure corrects irregularities and has cured many severe ca4es after other treatment has cured many sev re cases after other treatment ids failed It builds up the worn out tissues and restores health and vigor I was troubled with kidney complaint f05 about two years writes A H Daylfl of Mt Sterling Iowa Vbnt two bt t effertedJaCross Dru gStore r 1 i t IT3 THAT ABSOLUTELYJURE t MOUND CITY HORSE SHOE PAINlMAi favorite of the man who KNOYThfe 1beJabelofeveryi stable ds that of gold Lookfor 4 labelIfitstherethe best known materials and is absolutetypureThat MOUND CITYRED HOR SHOE means QUAW1Y j ECONOMYWEAR BEAUTY iamkL There nQnejus1cu gooqP GET IT AT THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE OOOOO0 OOQ9O6 QpQWXHPKHXKHXJM r If you cant dome in person I 18 tli fELL PHONE Your Wants and we will deliver the goods Satisfaction guaranteed Dont you neclaiii g AWNING or Q PORCH SHADES g WernakeazpciakyofthesegJ S O willPut them up for TO you Let usi make you A a an estimate of th O rcostJ F r you a llarge variety J NG oftt f goods to select 9 1 r1 Special prices on all Carpets Wall Paper Rugs Mattings and Linoleums Just received pBiew line Lace Curtains Q ROB ERISON BRUg g j Q oooooOoo c3oooooO oOOOOO stTue First N tiolldl Bank t V SPRINGFIELD KY t t Oapilal 50OOO L j 4l i X Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO J OFFICERS B I Litscy President JohnW Lewis VJcePriid t 1 A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier toJ t Foster BookKeeper H H Purdom Asst BookKeeper i i t DIRECTORS B1 Litsey J V7 Lewis Sidney Green F M Caap R H Edielen H M Grjindy John O toUn tbellt We grant every favor consistent with safe banfcikijf Your fcwlb kness respectfully solicited f t OOOO t H x g 1f t f Have i1 l YourP M Ji BUrr nfed E J j k Mr w C Foley ofVe sajJ t i j expert carriage painter has rented thiiCJt r Casey carriage arid paint shop on Wt Min StPeet and desires tainform the publicthatl he t is prepared to do all kinds of high class 1 t carriage and l i Buggy Paintingat- thernost l J rlt j t reasonable prices Satisfaction j guaranteed He will give you a low price on t 3 all work Call on M r Folev at the shop j 1 1M r 4 t EVERYBODYS BUSINESS MJ i2J- t tXv t im IlIsNobodys Buiin Bu tour BtniniH l f rmlistoi give the public the bit work iia W j Tinning and Numbing l it l g Jt tjri- f jatthelastib1e cost GIVE PS AALL Itlt 4f l L tJtt WaPRITCHARD rifIIT E j I 4 it SPRINGFIELD 1CT l f SATE PIlIMAR1 A U 1 fI WCaJcli dkM far State Office1 3 A Prttklort ikpttch says nqnlj aaDCe o4 didate 80 isrimi Seaater lcCrMrY to beeniIimwrfUr a tap tiwe ttht Gov Jfeffcfcim aapires to the TTniMiSittWiBmtorship His tortwU aanooneMMent wilt be Jorttoconafaif 8o after the com StatepdmaryltMcfiatlll iMHHacytat will come the an IJittsof ctadidates for 8taf Acfi Judge S W Ha- AdikwiI1ftir 8lpVt announce fofrGOIrn04 There has been l11pre aumber of other candi diisNggst1d for this nomina s tot it cannot be stated deft JMtljJthtt any of them will enter tiMraee AaQOtfgfcntm are At tprtMT G eerarN B Says R If Miijhef Col John A Allen o f Ixii td 0 0 cChorJ off IfMhiiaftott county and Con reai11JUie JeThwMi candidates aspire to the po itkf of State Aiditor- uChfnnC1erk Mar of me Court of- AppisI i Judge Hunry B Hines who kM already ben endorsed by th Third District Democrats and Ery DoworthState Treas Urir SecreiaTy of State H V Mbney jhts been suggested fqrtbp1acJuv it is understood here tbt Hanry Prewitt wants ta resign as Insuranc Cotnmis erid may be succeeded by Mrv MoCbesney HuberLVree had and Claud Terrell are theI t ecaiidates suggested to succeed Mr AtfChesney tJaB irG3leofO dham Scott Cook 0f MaYfield E H Shell nan of Breckenridge and Ruby LafooM of Hopkins are under stood fo be tentative candidates U for the office of State Treasurer Satte Senator J W Newman of Wbodfcrd and R C Crenshaw of thristian would be willinjtq Qccefefl Hubert Vr elJid as6om h B1 iiior of Agr1Cur- eTheaoti thinentcandidats mentk d7or Lieu tenat Govern 0 r iwSenator George W Hick an it McLean W J Gooch otShlaptol Laban Phelps tf Loaisrille and John Catniriack of Oft dher will probobly he a large ab4cof candidates in the fiel 1lfor Attorney General among 1beJ S Mpjris otQldhamt M HAfcLean t of Beaton Judge Jo v4bbWvM yfl ld J IH Dorsey oJ Hew3rson John 1 Hllt wife McCracken Hent ijj Prewittx ol Mostgomery rand JrdofS1byProipcctive eauIidit s for Gtorkpf 1hi purl of Appeals areJQhn B BrJsberof HOpKinS Qlaudfe Desha of Harrison Sam Bedford of Qtfensboro and prOD j ablj H V McChesnty Henry O Miller of Hardin tl t sn4 WIn Wmfray of Middles boro will probably go the post t M eajtiidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction M AICassidy ofFayetteihasaV beensuggw1di dB do nob Ibelieve ht ould ai 1dt givepiktendcnt t S19fl as super y iheLexingtopcIWc5 V or the place f i it tstalll the ortt The rickaet an in the world can xit have his kidneys replaced not live wttIt tJaelflrso it is important not t m fkct tkee organs If Foleys Lt4ieyCitre ji taken at tile firstign I of danger tke symptoms will dieap teal asd your health will be restored as strengthens and builds up the- orgagzr n4gcJse will Oscar BOWJll8 MLlSpobt1 rKy writes 1 talaw le lkhtftey Cure arid 4 ate RT iliBareiii stating it cored ie jKjrmiboiTtiy of kidney disease vkV Vrtai4y would have cost me mkj For sale by Red Oross DcStore v t New Rural Routs Rule f t TIe iGovgrnment h s issued rt tr cttoo8ito carriers on rural jMtil rfeUyepy routes that after July 1 n xt they will not btyre quired to open or examine mail hoxegmule tbey bave mail to fepOMtHin tem or the sienal is nttipjayW The object of this oWr is tp reduce th time of the carrier on each route about illt hour Ia other words the pop p1e Itbe father end 0S the rjfcfce will receive tfa sig nail that mijeiMrlitrTn the day It has VKtore hecfeeided that after Jiuly 1 ltcarrier when mak tIC tWir trips will visit aidlex l y tboetoxcfor whIcl l thty bdr Mail for delivery and ttoM B wbich th signali are dittarsd to indicate tbat3bere 4 dijplfefJ Mh1IorBy new ruling jtrons wJll iito display the signaI ikaia wbe tb l depoioC o cSi vw STRANGE ADVICE Dr G C Green gives alert personal attentlo to his great humanitarian cbntract tjln our Almanac for many years past we have given unusual advice to tho afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have tolft them if they did not receive any special benefit after the use of one 75cent size bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor tVedid not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as isj the case in the advertising of many GerIman7Cefltbottlelieve or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial oc lung troubles and that even in bad cases of consumption one large bottle of German Syrup will work regfFor sale by C J Haydoo it mail therein for carriers to collect and the carriers will be required to raise the signals on patrons boxes when they deliv er mail Those patrons who are now maintaining mail boxes on which there are no signals will need to fix uIror procure some sort of device which will serve as a signal to carriers Asmpie and inexp n ivp sort of arrange ment will answer Postmaster Robbed G W Fouls Postmaster at River ton la nealy Jpsthis life and was robbed of all comfort according tOfhis letter which says Tor 20 years I had chrome liver complaint which led to sucha severe case of jaundice that even my finger naiplyellowy when my dj c enrp1rescri bed Electric Bjiters which cured me and bafe kept me well for leven years Sure cure for Biliousness Neuralgia Weaknes and aU Stomach Liver Kidney and Bladder derangements a wonderful Tonic At C J Hay dons Drcgstore 50 cents Made Kentucky Famous The Baltimore American of May 7 reproduces the picture made by Mr J W Miller ofc his city of a girla botle of whiskey a horse and a revolver entitled These four have made undeJ1theFourth Assistant Postmaster GenereUDeGrawI yesterday re ceived this card trJmt post master at Lebaho Jrsllwhich pays a high tribute 10 tIle evan gel ziDg work o j the rural freej delivery ser7jpe oi Which Mr DeGraw lias cbargo The tnserip ion These for have made Kerjtuo nY famous is an allusion pery Kentuckians fondness or apretty girl good whiskey a race and a gun Underneath the picture Postmaster B TJJ Conway wrote MNo3 1 2 and 8 are still plentiful but No 4 the revolver is leing discontinued on accountof rural delivery sev vice =LebanonEnterprise j WealthyiPaldrone The gang ofItalians who have been at work improving and repairing the raUrpad tracks here were called off Saturday and sentt to another portion of the roil to work There were about sixty men in the gang not one c f whom knew or coulil speak a word of English WbSHe hereII they lived in cabooses the fcr ick ed at the station bavins their pwu cook and latmdiymaD The gang was in charge ofa pill one Jean Rosia wefiilbhv auil very intelligent mane J padrcnsjis an importer of ItaKaa laborer s and whsn men axe needed non iract is made witb the padrone forth requisite numberj and icVhev are not already at bis command foe sends to the old country for them Hat has entire control nff thpmi their wages the boccrs tbpy work almost of their per sonality and they obey his everv order with bliipd obedierce and implicit faith Mr Rossi is one of the best kpown padroncs in tha United States and can com mandthebest prices for his Id borers While henfe the rajiroacil company paid him 55 a month r for dirctingtha gang every or glIrer gavejbim 68month from rtsl wages He has aceumula1 d qWieasnug Jitle fortune n1j1i tRjItRj about five years bu n that time be has acquired a V tit 1 Jf Ai= languagetways people rodsburg Herald Many Jointed Snakes Mr T C Crawford who is superintending the cleaning up and improvement Of the Eliza betbtown cemetery is authority tor the repoit that 15 or 0 joint ed snakes hare been killed during the past week and several are found hiding among the weeds and grass every day MrCraford describes this strange and much taked of reptile as being of a bright hue with a tripe down the oaClrnot unlike the lizards known about here as scorpions Most of the snakes are an arms length They do not fly to pieces bodily accord ing to the old tradition but only the tail up to tha body proper is susceptible to thfe peculiar dU memberment A stroke 0 violent agitation of the snake causes thetail which seems dry and callous with apparemly little life in it to break off in pieces an inch or more long These pieces do nptunjoint they just break off land never go backnor does it sem to disquiet or injure the reptile at all Mr Crawford has especially watched to see if they recoupled and finds that this reputed phen omenon iis a mere myth The tail is equipped with a spike or very hard tip at the end It may ba tha i the reptile is about ready to shed its tail at this sea son of the year EHzabethtown News It is possible to obtain relief from chronic indigestion and dyspeusya by the use of Kodol for DyspepaiaTjSome of the most hopeless cases of long standing have yielded to it It enables you qo digest the food you eat and ex ercises a corrective influence biujjjs inffuib s c hed tive rgans vbe stomach is Toe boiler Wherein the steam that keeps Up your vitality health and strength Kodol digest what you cat Makes the stomach veetput8 the boiler in condition to do the work nature de mands otitghes you relief from digestive disorders and pats you in shape to do your best and f id your best and feellyout best Sold by all druggists Killed on the Track Mr Alfred Johnson was instantly r killed at RDey by the afternoon passenger train Monday From the best information obtainable Mf c hnson was plowipg in his field adjoining the railroad ijghtof way and had stopped his team under Itrelto rest He then went out Ion railroad to 1look for a hog that had gotten out of this field The station sidetrack extends along at tbis point ind Mr Johnson was tvalkiug along that until the train was wtttiin a fet feet of him svhenlie stepped on t1main irack The lover was rnnning ao a rapid rate aha tbe unforbimate man wasjrowii entirely across the racks The back of his head was crushed and almost every bone m iis body was broken but lias flesh was only slig buy nuti lated It is supposfitl that he thongti tha was en the main track and without looking back stepped over onto what he thought was the sidetrack Jvlr John on lived at the Fogle place lieac this city for two years ind was highly esteemed by those wbf i knew him He was about 63t y years oli and leaves a wife AD J two grown daughters on QJt wnom resides a homQ and the l otlier is married and lives in Aabama Coronor Brns ells held an inquest over the remains Lebanon Falcon =II The Cause pf Many ffSudden Deaths There js a disease prevailing lit this dCCCJJ1rJ J fir are fj ly itheart diS ease pneumonia orbthe result of kid ji j ney disease If i L ludney trouble is e jtacktie Wndder ot the Iddneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell llladder troubles almost alwaysresult from n derangement of the kidneys mid n cure is obtained quickest ba proper treatment of the kidneys If you are feet lug badly yon can make no mistake y takiiglr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney liver and bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold urine and scalding pain in jsing it and over comes that unpleasant necessityeof being lnyIcxtrnonlinarj1IIIt stands the highest r cures of the most distressing cases Swamp Root is pleasant to take and is sold by all druggists iin fiftycent mid onedollar size bottles You may have sample bottle of this wonderful new 4jsaI cziveysuti a book that tells all aljoutit both sent free by mail A 1dress1rI i1 mer Co Dinghamtpn K Y When vriting mention feadiiig this generous nnjaISoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the tafl ress Bingllamtou N Y on every bqtt1 rr w JEALOUS mi SHOOTS SIST I Have Killed Chap Said Airs Standifer off Atlanta = She jot Her Just Deserts JURY ACQUITS HER OF MDRDER Unwritten Law In Georgia Vindicates Woman Who Took Vengeance Into Her Own lf3ndsSbe Stole My Husband Couldnt Stand It UI have killed Chap She has got her I oust deserts 4 Statithug h Core the dcsatl hotly of her jouug sister Mrs Willie Btaudlfor of Atlanta Ga spoke these words and the Jury which tried Sirs Standifer for murder declared that she was justified Mrs Standifer is only twentyfour years old Her sister Miss Cuapell Whlsenant was secuteM They were the daughters of floss Wood Whlse nant a well Jcnowir anti wealth resl dent of Tacksonvllle Ala After the fathers death Chap who was the youngest and prettiest of the SHE PACED A IJ TVELED HEVOLVE- BWilsenant girls ent much time with the StandiferK J l r Sandlf r was very lend of his pretty sisterinlaw Z At first I thougl it Edwards atralra ftioa of h4r was si mply u brothers in terest said Mrs Sfnndlfer nth r the shooting she was such a child and I sowas sure of hi love for the baby and me But flU er a few weeks knew that Chop hail won his heart frOnt us Even hln irKhechad done so unconsciously f ronkl have forgiven her but she clltf cot seem nt flist to realize what a tenille thing she was doing She sar th1r Edward loved lier nnd she flirtett wittt him ami led him on as If he had been an unmarried man Could any woman stand such a thing to see her husband stolen delib erately from Tier by her own sister The crisis came whefi Mrs Standifer found Inbel husband pocket one mqrnlng a letter from her sister breath- Ing passion pte loWin eiery fine thap had Just a rrived for one of her period ical visits to the sibandlfors Mrs Stan difer took her husOjojndR pistol loaded for burgnrs and went to the room where Chap was drcuslng before a inir ror Looking not at the battle of tile girl but at thus faoe rellected In tliQ mirror Mrs Stand fer asked r Areirt asharacnl to Have come between ipe and my husTjand ul am not sishamed I have done nothing wong wild the glf iU Outside in the hal tho ouvorsntfoo was heard by i muld Ahnie Syiillams Wliero Were VOL Jnt MVslitf- niere were you tiiiil Edntird las nlshtr Over andover the1 question W r peated nnd acli tui the girl fcingliei ftorr until finally vrKli tinS bravndo born of surety and Ihc Icfltiuctivc tri umph of the woman who hrikl v6n 1Jf tola the triUb I love Edward sand he that is all tjiero la to it What are you going to do about tT The answer was swift one JtmlhJ past the pretty lie id iilngeing the tlrII sdft hair clowly is It sijied Jt crushed into tho mhTor mminhlii to atoms the vision of the lovely inocing face that hail laujiioU Miss Whisennnti turned In hrror SUe faced a leveled revolver held steadily and dctennirodly by the wo man she had wronged For ono second the two faced each other All bankers were mined aside all ties of blood twrn away They were pvoainii and woniuu primitive vengef ol passjouate with no thought in 11160 minds but the love of tjie man they botli loed A second bullet stmcli fairly the red lips that lied laughed There wits no outcry no attemptomt the part of tlie girl to escape She fit 1 fCerc over on a couch and buriod her face in its cush- Ions Her sister followed her and emp tied the revolver into her body Then going rjuletly and calmly to the door she cpened It and told another sliter Mrs Dnrliam who had rushed upstairs nt the sound of the shots what the hod none I have killed QJjap she sIl1USe has jot hor Juat dosorts HELD DEAD BM ON CARS BlldPERS AnrateiiP Hobo Clings With Teeth to Corpse of Comrade Killed by Bridge toSupporting tIe lead body of ifeelr rcveitpmyar Qli ffal on the bumpers otn freight train the tralii running fifty miles an hour and their efforts being the result ot sheer grit was tile grewdome experIence of two seventeen yearold boys whose experience astim ntellr hobo ended tragically nt Hyde rarkNy The dead boy whoso name was Le rlaud Duncanpf Kansas City Mo and Theodore Hamilton of the samo ago niid city together with Charles Butler who bad met the other two at South Bend Ind were making their way to Baltimore to go to work la the locomo tire works iu that pJnceIJust before Staatsburg was reached1 Hamilton says he and the others wero l on the ladders on the ends of two cars iIi Dnroan wajcettlasr to the top tifl mi at MU to et into IDa rorrcj ratir whir oi ens oa top PuJdonly Haitut ton said there was a thud and a black cbject struck him and shot downward with never a sound He grabbed at it and caught the leg of Duncan who had been struck by a bridge At that iustant Bntler who was on bumpers yelfod Ive got him Then still hanging on to the troupers leg with Qiie hand Hamilton worked himself to the top ot tile car ami wind Ing his legs about the ladHer he got trousers legbBtyreen ills teeth and tbpI ing the dead boy In this wny 8 i Ing hlmcelfl with his two ImntVs and Putler holding from below the two boys null their ghastly burden wore whirled over five miles that seemed an eternity At Hydo Park the train was stopped and with reeling brains the two got their companion to the ground Dr Weaver was called and found the boy had suffered n fractured neck and skull Hamiliou and Butler were taken to PoughkcepsW where they found ptill nnthroplc citizens who provided them with tickets to Baltimore CAMERA GIVES f GHOSTLY WARNING Pictures of English Girl All Show Ab sent Fiance HolSlcg a Dagger Over fteri An astounding story of mysterious vphotograpfes1 whldJ Is vouched for by a well knoWn London photographer it told In the rrully Mall A certain woman vhb may be caller Mss B lives with Uer mother in ou of the house couiftio Some time ago wishing to have her photograph taken jhemade an appointment with tin photographer ill questioiu The sit tin was duty given and the photograph taken After the Iaps6 of a week Miss 33 re elvpd a letter saying that the photos pre not a success smut asking for an jthr sitting She at once agreed and is soon as possible went to London again anti a second photograph WitS taken A fhort time elapsed and as no pruoLs were sent she wrote to make In 30LDIK A DAGGER IK nIB UPLTFTET1 tAKI lUiries only to receive a very apolo getic letter saying that again the pile os were fnllures and arikTng u third IttlWK So for the third time Mtee B went up to London She tea good imtured glrj anrt eoutcfited ItcrMlf with ex pressing a hope tuiit this time th re Iwould ba a uucceatfful result In two days time site received an urgent letter from the photographer tsking her to comeup to Ills studio ind tq brlugn friend with her A Sft rc ultof the letter Miss B accomitft tiled by her mother puldva fourth vsi to the studio atdl there photogra pher exhibited the amassing results o the three slttiMirs- Tliu Actual pMtOR of the girl hcrsel were quite good but In oadi plate there wits to bs Keen standing behind tier the figure eta IIIHII holding a dug er In JIb niIiftcdliand nis feature tbousli faint were loarly discernible nml to her horror Mlw IJ recorulziHl 41ioin as those ol iev Sauce an oitleer In the Indian army Paul oflKt f tliln esperlcne was no great that ntfer a Tew lys i1ae wr6tr Mitto Indlfv brenktBg ct the wigti- tnilt v Vrltlns ri HORiii Aidstant EiTltorl see here that an- th1gfl5IIIler5rWasI ti dIy entln open lug a wine bottle What sort of s head alMll I pttt on it Majioglns leditorOb Just any Se rious tlo toBrittah Man of War In Attempting to Get Iiiio Port American Spectator IIi1Jtiltj tLi1Uy I ongc knew a man wild talked sev on language Rod tbe most he ever could earn wag 11 a week 4Thafs nothing 1 1 00 n woman vvho unit talk your arms off AlnlI doat baitpvv sln aver earned lu cents ailCHfio Ilerijlfl Let It Shine0 Theres iota of suusitiiio In the word iDinarkcd the Optimistic board Jf 4Prue ietilletl tl b efntoi But what the world neud Is not Bomsuy PeoPle wisp CRtn awniailwasmkee Sell hail The Bet lie uniT InN11tobeJJltttatc rtHrl be mum Lie dont mind it a bit Would yer kindly hand me dat fflCr4tlIJUigO Proof How dp you know iyour husband 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