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Digital page images are linked to the text file. = 7r I1 ESTABLISHED ts1N1893 Jt1 j uumu1uuulta F S = MEW SERIES YOL XIII NO 22 1 1It II SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY 7 J906 1t i 100 r PER nARii Ii4PRF TRUST PRACT- ICALIVnENtIsT j V j Ofice over Havdon Barber JTViital work atreasonable prices bit work guaranteedt SPRINGFIELD KY t OUR DIRECTORY 1 SPJtINGnEt county seat of IWashington County 52 miles south ea tJp Lrcxingion 59 miles from iioiftKvilte on Bardstown branch of tI 4Lckiiyifle and Nashville railrOad in t J farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone U M express office hour mills lumber rams Popaation 1100 population of iwiaty 15000 J4 representative Congress Hon D r M Smith HodgenvUle Ky I Kepcesentative in Keutucky Legis attire Hon W D Claybrooke d i Representative in State Senate Han Hatrt Lancaster Lebanon KY t County Directory aCIRCUIT COURT CircHtt Court begins on the fourth Monday In Februaryidaysnd Octo ber b i IH Thurman Judge It L Durham Commonwealth At er ey IM CampbelU Clerk V M G Leachman Master CommiSS Her p QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month B It Litsey Judge r = COUNTY COURT County Cuxirt meets on the fourth r Vfonday in each mouth BILitsey Judge r WF Booker county Clerk I T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oebourne fiSam Anderson HB Powell HerbertEddlemanJ DeputieS Ed Masters Jaaaes F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan AssessoriWT Uitcheli Deputy pXobertNoe Treasurer J M Montgomery Coroner itW Bush Sapt of common Bcboolt P O Springfield CTQOU- RTaJOJQce Judge r01 Marsh1 Citr Attorney ro JF COURT 7 Jneiice Courts are held in January April July and October G luirch Directory I METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser yICCS on the First and Third Sundays f Ineach month at 11 a and 730 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am v Prayer meeting every aight r CATHOLIC CHURCH 4 Rev PF Hennessar Pastor Ser vices J every Sunday at 8 and 10 o lock tmIIrnoScrvices at St Rose same hours f CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WT Waldcn Paster Sc ITJ every Sunday I PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH c JCBer Tf D Latimer Pastor e Preaching every Sunday at 11 amv and at 7 pm Sunday school every t unday at 10 am Prayer meetin V8 rTThur day evening at 7 oVock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Fat Preaching every Sunday at 17 am and 745 pm Sunday School every 8ndayat 930 am Prayer meeting very Tuesday evening at 745 oclock f Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Mouday- etrac1B1onthy t Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday 1Springfield Council JNo 52 meets on 1vervtourtbJdonda y KNIGHTS of THE M ACAHBES Meet Vc 4Ii ie r FOLEYS HONEY TAR PrtWHitt Siriws Results FIWM a GiliT- iJtjsmcmber the name f Wiyf iMty awl Tar Insist II iapon having the genuine F frJ1 asc IOOIW i IrlarMi on11 lit VMttf otChic rot sale by Red Dru Store 3 TLEI NE =LEADER JUNE f Wednesday WWW mw 1 Jj WWt iAW ji ROUND Or TALK 5 The Codger Lament 4 11 wisht I had th appetite I had when- II SOmeh Ivuzyoung aydoDtltasteAnd hungry Well I guess thet I her plumb stopped up th hole Thet mother usabt cater to with steamin heaped up bowl Along about lOilOoclockldflrstbegin tfeei 1 My stomach cain in in spots an cry in fer aonfeal Anthen fer twp ong mortal hours Id almost tareto death 1tVvaitin fer th dinner horn to blow its welcome breath An when I reached our amly board an shoved up to my place Well mothers cooking and thet hole jLstbadaawMrace- Theqggswuz goldqn brown on top th taters mashed and sweet Anu mothers bread why mother lied th hulfderned bakry beat An I jist gorged myself so fuJi I alImost busted out Win rer an hour after that IdinH otast t shout But somehow in th afternoon along bout four oclock Id git as empty an as limp as paps old cott rpt I guess I never got filled up until I wuz a man An lost my appetite fergrub Well now I sit and scan Th bill in French er German style an grumble like the deuce They dont cook thingst eat no more so blame it whats the use l rveetin Parisian Berlin Ive it baked and hUed But motherhed eniall beatout when I wuz jist a child flcould git a lOaf a bread like thet r my mother jbrung I Vet Id hath appetite1 had when X wuz young +Western Publisher Q eachlscuit court the face is emphasized that Washington county is eer t tainly one of the best counties t in Kentucky for morality and 2ood order Jjl1e records Qf the courtsshow very few indictmeits during the past few years for a i felony and th docket is a lightg oneasfar as misdemeanor cases are concerned There is iiov not single Washington county prisoner in the Kentucky pern tentiary which iis a recordheld- by few othar counties in the state The last and only convict in the penitentiary from this county was the negro Nad Mc Chord who has just been aftrserving a two years releasedI shooting with intent lo number of cnvictions for tbe penitentiary from this county during the past fifteen years can be counted on the fingers of one hand they were all for shoit terms Our CDuntv jail is empty of prisoners nearly all of the time arid the flues collected from violators of tha town or state laws areby no means burdensome 10 either the town or the state treasury Not only is there little doing in our criminal courts bit the scarcity of suis and controversies in our courts of equity show that cur citizens as a rule are pursuing the even tenor of their ways without in dulging in bickerings and con tentions with each other This spirit of morality and oene olerice among the people of the county is a little roug tv on th lawyers as it leaves them little to do but j fEveryshould be proud of the record and should hasten to correct any false alarms which might be spread about our county being in danger of going to the dem nition bow wows Washington county is all right and she will keep on coming if her Citizens will stand up for her t tim HE CAWSE rFew p e o p1 e stpto realize the import ance ofvcb operationbetweentbe farmers in a community like this anti the merchants and citizens of the county seat and other small to ns throughout the coun ty There has been a materjai idvance m the value of farm lands in Washington county dur ing the past flweny years Does tie farmer ever stop to figure otthe cause of it It is cer tainly not lue to any improve ment in thQ fertility of his farm ffJr soil as a rule does uot im prove with ago and wear nor iis this increaso in yalue due te the individual efforts of the farmer himself The increase inland I values in this as well as other counties is due almo entirely to the building up of he goraimiril ty surrounding the farm The building of a town vith its schools and churches and its railroads naturally increases the val ue of the adjacent farms It should be dear to the farmer tha11iis property can only grow iin value in proportion as the CDinmunity which surrounds him increases in prosperity Show us a county with a dead tqwnforj a county seat without enter prise ithout ia railroad and whose merchants are back number and we will show you farms thatarb1ow priced and without a saleni matter how fertile and how capabO of producing abund ant crops thesoil is The prop osition is plain No farmer in the county can afford tto knock o lithe county seator any of its merchmts or inhabitants On the countrary the farmershould helpthe town by trading at home rather than elsewhere and the town will surely help the farmer in more ways than one P tty jealousies shouH be put down and listen to no man who seeltsI to stir up any such feeling forI he surely has an axeto grind t r 10 MP A nTSrrovI npdJ county official are cbusiQ ered legitimate subjects f for the kribckertaid if they dont want to hear triRcpmplaintsof a cora plaining public they should rot put themselves jn that undesira blepoiition Jttst now the newj city councilis coming in for a good shire pf attention fiom the town knocker Unforluna ely tIle uew4uticilis shewing signs of fairing down in its raforn pace set at the beginning of its ad mmistration It was quit actiye in creating a dog law and other reform measures and in fixing salaries fQr its member but in other matters pertaining ip the towns affairs there appears to be a lack of interest TJhe real dents in the south end of theI t wnand all who have occasion to use Walnut street are out with a petition to the Mayor and Bojird of Councilmen to see if something cannot be done to wards remedying a bud sate of affairs along that thorOughfure Walnut Street is one of the prin cijpal resident streets ofthei the town and iis largely traveled botbQ by vehicles and pedes trians yet it is so narrow and- S tilled with obstructions that at times it is almost impassable Its sidewalks are unsafe and un sightly anu the street Itself is full of ruts and old broken down wagons andtelephone poles The telephone company is pvtting in some new poles and probably in the absence of any twp author ityto otherwise direct are putting the poles at places most convenient to theniselves which my happen to be out in the street The question of laving Walnut street widened by inducing the psoperty owners to move their fences back was agitated soin6 lime ago and a few of them have done so Others we understand have signified a willingness to do Isaif the matter is uiged The Copricilhas pissed an ordinance requiring the building of a sidewalk along Walput stree If the ordinance is lo be enforced thin == A Hair- Dressing tNearly every one likes a fine Ihair dressing Something to make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting att the ends Something too that will feed the hair at the same time a regular hairfood Wellfedhairvillbestrongand will remain where it belongs on the head noton the comb The best ki4d of testimonial Sold for over sixty yoarfl 1 by J Ayer Co Lowell lI Arta4e Alio xnanuCtotureri of t1qer PECTCaAL o work should commence before the telephone poles are placed 1who1 I Deadly Serpent BJtesr areas common in India as are stomach an1 liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Bennettsville S C sajs They restore my wife to perfect health after years of suffer t ing with dyspepsia and a chron ically torpid livji r Electric Bitters cure chills andfevermal aria biliousness lame buck kid nay troubes and bladder dU orders Sold on guarantee by C J Hayaon druggist Price 50c New Reason Lawrenceburg TCy June 3 The Ben Hardin Helm Camp of Confederate Veterans was e uest of honor of the Gus De man Chapter of th Daughters o the Confederacy at memorial services hel4I ttt the courthouse here Capt W T Ellis of Owensboro in an eloquent manner delivered the address of thecccasion HeI painted a striking picture of the broken and bl eding South at tbeJ close of the war and spoko feel ingly of her gallant sons and heroes He said that the SoujJh yas not defeated but wore her self out whipping the Yankees Ths Conteaerajteand Mexican monuments which adorn tie pcb lie square were wreathed in garI 1nd3of select llowers and tn graves of forty sons of Anderson ountywho gave their llives on he altar of the South were banked in myriatU of beautif IowEfrTb e Confederate phoir i consisting of Miss Ehiza1cthi J iRoutt MrsEVJol1 dy B Ripy D L Mcriweather William Atchison and rank L lipy led by Mrs WH Mr3Er 1rendered Several selection There is no need worrviujr along in dieromfort because of a disordered dii gestion Get a bottli of Koolfor Dyspepsia lind see what ii will do for jou Kqdol not ouly digests whtt1t you eat and gives that llred stomach a needed rest but It is acorrective of l the greatest efficiency Kodol relieves indigestion dydpopiH palpitation of the hert flatulence and sourstoir acb Kodol will itiake your stouach young1 and healthy again You ft worry just in the proportion that j your stomach worries you WorrYJ means the lofes ef ability to do your best WorryJs to be avoided at all time Kodol will take the worn out of your stomach Sold by all drug lists The Wheat Belt R T Stonfc a milerof SprmgI field Mo after rraking adJYii light tripof 1000 miles over tne wheat area of Kansas expresses his conviction that Kansas will not raise over 00000000 bushels of wheat this year He allows Missouri 20000000 bushelI Texas 10000000 ad Oklahoma 20OOOjOOO to 25 JOOOOO bushels It is his opinion that OKlahoina t is the bright spst in the whole situation If his figures are correct the totall of these Statrs will be 115000000 bushels against 127000000 bushels a year ago Gornmay cdine in for a walloping at the 1Hl l1S of the crop killer Many fields did show signs of lagging but the rains which brought relief to wheat also bettered conditions in the corn tields Corn retarns under lying itrengthin spite of posi tive predictions of a great in crease in receipt jThese may an expansionof r movements1be first hands following the rains but prior to them the far mers hed back their grain And His pretty safe to say now that there is not going to bo an hstilhn rush orcarn anyltime Incentives lot tyeavy marketings have not been lacking but the grain does not appear and stocks of this grain have been reduced to the lowest proportions known in ycarsEx SmoKing in a POWdfirMagaZinrr Is courting death more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting Sidi ney disorders Fdleys Kidney Cure willcure a slight disorder ina few days and its continued use will cure the most obstinato casc It has cured many people of Bright Disease ajid dinbqtes who were thought to be in curable If you have kidney or bind Jer trouble cotaireDce taking Foleys Kidney Cure before it too late Sold by Red Oro s Drug W re SUB TELE PHONE CO I J Rich Smith and Others Want the Cumberland Telephone oto take in their Line X case of interest to a good nany citizens of the county came up before Judge Thurman in Circuit Court last week was that of J Rich Smith aid others against the Cumberland Tele ohone and Telegraph Co The plaintiffs in thp action J Rich Smith and otthewv are made up of about ten rcsi dents of the neighborhood lying back of this St Rose who have1 gone ahead and have put up a neighborhood teephohe liue These people claimthat they erected their linewith the expec tiiipn of being connpcted with the Springfield exchange of the Oumberland Telephone Co and that they have I a promise to that effect from thettelephone peopie provided they built their line within a mlle and a Tielf of Springfield Toe case was argued on demurrer filed by Q C McOhdrd attorney for 11ie Telephone Co Messrs W C McOliord and T S Mayes appeared for the plain tiffs in the suit Judge THurman after hearing the argument CiVerrued the demurrer rhr case is set for t illt on its merit next Saturday Tue ivsult is of a good deal of ioiportance sit will establish a precedent which will effect other indepjpnt lines The Cumberland Telephone Co is spending a lot of money on is system in this county and wuj completed W 5otnrtO tJtiutywIHhVi a telepiione system equal t19 that of an CTifnty in the SCate It iis to b hWPdlmtthe dilfeiori0esin thi ase WIll 1a sttle1 with 1t tmol Serious complications arising following the flag When our soldiers went to Cu baud the Philippines health vasth first consideration Wil ls T Morgan retired Commissary orgeant U SA of Rural ouLe1CoocdN a says Ir was two years in Cuba and tv o years in the Philippines and be ing subject to ioldsl took D Kings New Discovery for Con sumption whish kept mo in per feet health And now in New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs caldr bronchi l troubles and all ung diseases Guaranteed at C J HaydOrA drugsist Price 50cj and 1 00 Trial b Jtlle free M any Shiners v A fight n wliich between thir ty and forty sho s were tired cc oUrred near Eibernia Green county Tuesday afterrfoon between RevenUjC Qflicers JeffGun diff and T J Parrptt and several men for wiThin the cheers had warrants on a chnrge of moon shining The men were i diet d at the Mnrch term of the Federal grand jUlY al1dUie officers Were at tempting to make the arrests when fired upon The fire WIIF returned but with the exception of one man Harvey Underwood the diiners escaped So ldras isknown there was no one in jured Underwood who is about 27 years of age was brought here Wednesday afternoon ot d tried before United States Cora mis sic nr Charles C Boldriclr After t hearing tin case OommT ion onBl4vck held Underwood 10 nwerlo the Federal grand jurj in Louisyillei at Us next October term Joe iDe Wilson and Hillorj Johnson also of Green county wore tried bvforo Commissioner Boldrick Wednesday on the chnrge of operating an illicit allIswerin Lpuisvillo under bond of 500 IS ich gavre the bond and was dsnrssed Saturday last Revenue Officers Blades and Parrott brought to this city Robert Culver Charles Culvdr Henry Gilkey and Cleve Coy all of whom had been ar- restedt at Balltown Neon court on a chage of scttng up and operating an illicit distillery Att the tfial held the same day the men were beld to the Federali grand jury under 300 bond which they gave Fourteen arrests have now been made in the Ball town section within the past two weeks for moonshicjing and all of then are the result Of teraidIt made by revenue officers some time ado when sevliln illidtdis tillene were destroyed within a radius of five miles Lebanon Enterprise Thll Foleya SpffereiiAslMa Slioiiltl Know Honey ad Tar has iurctl many cases of asthma thit were con sidered hopeless Mrs Adol n Bdes ing 701 Vest Third St Davenport Iowa writes A sev re cold contracted twelve years ajjo was neglec ted until it finally grew nto asthma The lest medical skill available could give me more than temporary relief Folcyff Honey and Tar was recom mended and one fifty cent bottle en tirely cured me of dsthma which had been growing on me for twelve years and if I had taken it at the sjtartI would have been saved years of suffer ing For sale by the Red Cross Drug Stole Wants To Be In It Thelfollowmg letter forward d to us by Ro W Hughes Director of the Commercial Club explains itself To The Louisville Commercial Club Louisville Kr Gent e paenInotice iin ray oM home paper the NEWSLEADER of Springfield Ky a list of ex Kentuckinns and my name is not there and want it to be there as I fully intend to be one of choro as I was born and reared in Old Kentuck and Spring eld is my home town I have been twuy from there thiityfiva loner yeus Now please let me kndwii what to do in order to be numbered among the Home Comets G W CAMPBELL Willow springs IbJftAre Wild Game Qne of the mnst annoying hings pertaining to a city rIsi dence is tbe liability to h3Ve flower and vegetable gardens ruined by the neighbors chick ens At Newton Iq one neigh 101 was greatly pester d by theI chickeu of another ho thought that it was nothing tog t nffad aout to have a few dozen chi k ens digging in every soft place in the lawn and ornamenting bisii board walks The pestered PdIsbotl rid from court to court until it reached the Supreme Court of ihe United States That body decided that a r erscn has a right to rid his premises Of all pessi such as chickens when he does not want them there and classes ill such fowls aswild gameliaf f ble to be killed by w wants Ito do so ExILECTRIG Iz BITTERS I3ILIOUSNISS IJ AND KIDNEYS b fCR7iOLL1111t11411r I h I 0 m I Fed Cattle on Sunday f Owens boro Messenger A novel cue was tried a Ststcley when E za Edwards was tried before a jury on a cnargeof load jng eaUI upon a tram on thE Sabbath Edwards who is a well known Catflem ii had completed arrangement td ship 132 head of cattle expecting to get them off Sate day His feeJ was ex hausted Sit urday nighti hut no cars arrived Earlv Sunday morning the delayed can arrived and he vent to work at once to load them The city judge C W Webster heard of it and Swore but awarrant for his ar rest He was brought before Jihe court vfhere be demanded a jury The jjujry returned a verdict a few minu es after retiring that Edwards was not guilty and that hehad acted right in loading the cattle ater his feed wasexhaust- ed D lve Browning a traveling lawyer who happened to be in Stanley took Edwards case without cod pensation Nearly every resident of the town asked for the rcquittal of the arrested mnt uCATARRH FROM CHILDHOOD Cured by Hyomcl the Only Medlcln for Calatrh that he Red CrossIDru store Is WiIJlngto- Guarantee TIe jjopularity and rowth of Hyoniei are unique in the annals of mediume he demand for the Byom outfit and the ex r bot ties in Springfield has been aometh ng phenomenal and the Red Cross D ugStore fjay they have never sold any other rem edy which gave such universal satisfapton and made sa many relDarl able cures The worst and most chronic cases of catarrh reid ly yield to the usa of Hyomei People who childhoodillJe1 S Niugeut treasurer of the Ameriqan Unioa Insurance do of Nets York City v ritesURy ooiei ha couipletel cared my daughter catarrh from which sbe had been suffering for years So thany remprkable results have attended the use of Hyomei amongst the customers of the Red Cross Drug Store that they feel justified in using the strongest possible language in speaking of its virtues and when you read lat they sell it under an ab solute guarantee to refund the it does not cure job ImoneYIr see that they fully be lieveiji its curative powers A complete outfit costs only one dollar exira bottles 50 cents Blackburn Opposing Hager t Louisville Kerjafd In spite of repeated denials contained in press dispatches from Washington The Herad has information from what is be li ved to be an authoritative fi source that Senator J CtS Blackburn will be tM aaii d ministration cindMkt lot Governor t Itis1srndtht syiraI members of the CKyaIg- 1tion in Congress heldR confer ence ia Washing ton WedBttwlay and agreed tp lend their support and influenc4 to Seater B4ck burn in the eyept that Iwbc i comes a candidate While Senator Blackburn has said that tie WII net a cavdidato t has reyeriaii forGQvelnojbe yisld to tbs and inK the race if they so desired On the contrary he sail on one ooca sion that he ifould do the bidding of hi fiiendi and if they tbcMfht he was thelpAical cindijaieto oppose Judge Eager and ths mi chine he would abide by their decision It is known that Senator Blackburn and Seoaior McGremry were anxious to ave CoMgresasaau jTtdgj t yat given up all hope of persoad ing the big Coogressroaa froa F the First dlkrict to enter thoTf race Senator Blackburn won d be only too glad t get mat of the way of Mr james but ttf latter seems to be Content to remain a member ot tlie Housa of Rtpre j sentajives IbisintheeBtibat Mr James positively refuse to make the race that Senator Blackburnw consent to beooeci v1arel Iii t Dur 1 The feeling of iaipeadlag iin t the minds of many victims of Brif fctn j Disease and diabetes has beea cSaBg Ito thankfulness by the iMMfit ck riyid from tkkia Foley Ki4 cr y Care It will cure iaclpiemt SrJgktf t11Iworst cases givea comfort areliefISlight disorders art cured iin if fewidays I had diabetes ii its wecct ts Mariom Lee of DRreatk IrodI man Sod pytke Red Oroes Drag Store JS 1 Notice to Gontractort I j Notice is liereby giyea that we are ready to receive bids for f grading and cnacadamiziBf a turnpike from thft Siu1s J and Pelrll eIAorplktM Marion coupty line over 1 tetinow county road No 65 kiei as the Gordon road a dietaace of about 2 bile Prosde siring to contract for SMM will e furnished with specification and full information bjapplyiut to either j W Gordon presj Springfield Kyot Glare ce Christy Sec Lebftaoa Ey I Insurance L Insure inline Farrs Jete i Insurance Coapany of Jinctioe7ii City Ky7 the only OIaptllii theState that makee any ekist of paying iits loeees in lvly xyr r tJ r 1IIur Fw P11K Ruc s i- Ii A tt tkt kik Ii Have You Bought a New Buggy JellII = i t If you Have nt t placed your orderr you will j II i 1 iwelltoaiveusacall L G We cry a nice liie of the celebrated MOYER and ANCHOR ks iiII- to I 6 buggies both steel and rubber tiresrun bouts and surreys LetIie 1Iyou and be convinced that we HAVE THE GODSANI WILL MAZ j Y jiTHE PRICES H r w II WIll jI SSeee our line of Blue Grass L1II 1r iocrs aIi sizes aid t1 G D Eobertson G Coi T iti i 4 THEi NEWSLEADER iS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY A YEAR IN ADVANCE J SPRIKGFIEiD KY + y g EJUDAVISO jr Local or bv tnes notlces10 cents pSr t acb eubsequeflllnsertlon t Gulls pa citudidates Bud political matte per line Job work Is done at low rates but cash ae b aid tJhJrrPj ii AnrerUslng contracts made on liberal jerhi rl5 bltaarles and resolutions of respect atsperllne v LNNOVcEMENTS t i Covnty M gtshatese c fL5O 1Ostr1ctOmccs ltJQ THURSDAY JUNTp 7 1906 J 4 j We are authorised to announpe i i Robert oeorr asacamlidafeforthedfficfeof Cleric of the Washington Oircuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo eratic party J There prom1ses to be a lively c fight dnpyer the jpositicrn of U t St District Attorney leftvfican jh7j the aeath ofj R DHill icG Among the Applicants Judge 4 G orge Da Rejle of Louisville seems to have the lead but there is talk of a dark horse ffioi the Eleventh District en tering the race son John W t Lewisof this place has been men t rtioned for the place but we dont l H know that Mr Lewis iis an ap 1 piicant Jhe President could not find a bIter man however norone more deserving of such- i reoogniton for seryices to his party than Mr Lewis I The long contest over the Lonisville post office has beer Y ended by the appointment of Mr Robert E Woods a Louis Ville lawyer f 10 succeea Dr 3a ker the present incumbent XThe question is being asked b prominent Republicans over the Sat Who is Robert E Woods P lliam J lJIrs Ir nryvScolMs very sick at this writifng with stomacb trouble B F Crouch bought a cow from Merit Foster for 30 Ei Foster bpught ought d soy and pigs frbfi Jams Roba ins n fur 11 t Mr Charles 1iyandsvifeof decorationLoff May John Hal t bought ai buggy fro n H Eth iri n gton for 6Q Mat r J iseph Hale son qf Mr John Hale is very sick with paeumonia J JJ D Keeling sold some shoats to K Ke ling at 3 per head Mr und Mrs T FL Ash spent Su ltfay at Willisburg Will Cheatham bought a buggy f from a Willisburg firm for 100- Mr Henson Hard lt bought a sbsvanlpigsfor11 3 Mr f W Wall of Pleasnrt Grove neighborhood spent Sun II iT TiEJ ldav with S D Koyalty and family Wm Fow r and ffsmily spent Sunday with D C Shew maker and family We have bet n Blessed w iih a much needed rain which afforded a splendid se ion for tobacco setting Plants a re scarce and the crop will ba short in this sefitioc rMrs SonfAfd Yocutriis dn the sicklist at this king BROOK Dcalli roth jlockjav4 tr never follows an injury dressed with Bucklerjs Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and hfalins properties ohasIOswaldllaersville N Y writs It eared Seth Burch of this placp of theugliest sorq on his neck It aversaTy Cures cuts wounds burns and sor6s 25c at p 3j Haydons drugstore l Valley Hill Mrs J W TUCKer of near your town visited Mrs Palmer Goat ey of this place W dues day Mr ClydeiReddicks and sister who have been visiting relatives in this section returned to their home in Washington lad Mon day last MissNannie Pinkston of near here visited her best friend in this section Wednesday Mrs Ham Piles visited her parents near Camp Ground Nelson county la t week Several from this section at tended the social at the homes of Miss Louise Settle near Booker Friday night Mr W M DerriDger Jr has accepted a posibion in Chicago Ill apd left last week to take charge of his new office Miss Mabel Price of Spring field who was visiting at Tucker Heights attended the social Friday night in company with Mr Love Settle of Booker Miss Grace Lair will visit friends and relatives in Louis vHleduringHolIleComulg Week Ray Pinkston of this place visitfedrelativesineir Polin Sunday E CaadCP Goatley and Frank OfNeale were hi tile Maud vicinity Saturday and Sunday Mrv Sabe Hardin and family visited relatives at Mooresville SnnddY 1nc Shehan of Science Hall was in our midst Sunday on thp outlook for a log chain so he said Mr Geo Grigsby and wife of Midway spent Sunday with their f aughter Mrs Harry Derringer f this plica t Berry Pinkston ard wife visii ted their sen Et Pinkston of this place vfToiis suffering some what serious results from an attack of the trumps NrJohn Cutsitier and wife of Moore3viije yi8 tEd relatives In this section Sunday MrJ D Piles suffered a ner vous prostration last week re suiting in a very serious manner Manyfrom this place Attended the temperance lecture atPleiis ant Grove Sunday IIMr John janes of Sprin ffiejd accompanied jby Miss Netiie Boblett of Midway was in ourj midst Sunday IMrs F W pray and daughtej 1of Hardesty were in our midst Sunday IAgain as usual several tobac co barns wil be ertcted in this section which means death in a Wool DressilGjoqds r0 l tBlack and Colored Paniilbas and Mdiairs 4 Black afnd Oulored Back tin Colored Serges IP HwT Black and Colored Prunelast Jr i pream and venrng 8e ade in BaQ telIa lIm 1 Sergejs anI Henr ettas t Clothing iWL We are stocked in n Bbs arid Ohilcirens 4c Suits in all the new popular Grays Also a full of Coat and Pant Suits in Blue aarges and Gray Ware making Special prices in this en tire stockivd I f w tours t hundreds of lare forest trees that haye witnessed many centuries to reach ih age a1 maturty WIF Moran is quite ill at present of general debility Clyde Goatley recently pur chased a 3year od gelding from his brother at 75 Mr Jas L Moran recently purchased two young horses Ifrom Boon Carney of Moores yule at 25750 for the piuv Owen Ell s purchased a nice two year old gelding Friday fnpm a local dealer at 85 Gilbert Donahce ut Elm Hill ZO ing to the immense b siness Mr liam Pi e the local black SUIithundmille 1 of this place has been obliged to run the mill at night in order to accomodata Ibis customers in the day as he cannot do the smithing and Imiliing both in tlioTday Both enterprises have proven a suc cess to him as welt as an accom mbdation tj cur farmers The many tobacco raisers availed themselves ofJt be chance to set their tobacco during the recent season which piovtd to be the best yei this year Most everyone completed setting their crop with the exception of sever alwbo had no plants to finish with lIowever the late plants- will be ready within a very few days which Will enable everyone to complete the next season The oat crop of tlrs section which was thought tto be a fail ure previous to the rain has be gun to make a rank growth and doubtless willprove to tea good crop yet if it remains seasonable The wheat is also much better since the ram and the yield will no doubt exceed ex pectation A very valaable colt belonging to Thos A Grurdy received a very severe and probably serious wound upon its hind Jeg Fiday However its hoped it will re cover shortly Whileenroute home from Mr W S Gibbs last week a very valuable mare belonging to MI Chas Blanton of Boston had a sudden vet not serious attack of iock jaw near the store at this place Every possible medical preparation thought to be WP for her resl orai ion was admitiis red By the untiring efforts of several oitiz ns she was saved and after resting over night at the1 static of Mr Geo Tucker resumedher journey homeward A new and novel way of du posing of the many small insects which raid tobacco immediately after being set yet one which may prove indispensable the raisers is to take a small brush or shrub and bpgin shoorog at either side and take row after row until ihe patch is worked oveii and as the bugs will ill ahead wlien the job completed patchThisthe man who pushes new iideas that succeeds Uio You cannot induce a lower animal to cat heartily when not feeling well A sick dog starves himself and seta well The btomachj oncp overworked muat have rest the same as your feet or eyes You dont have tc ctarye t rastyour stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia takes up the work for your stomach digests whatyou eat and gives ita n at Puts it back in condi tion again You cant feel good wIth a disordered stomach Try Kodol Sold by all druggists MOOR S71L E Sine our last there Ins been born to the wife of Murray Shields twins a boy ami girl To the wife of Ernest Glier a son weight 10 rjoutds I 1J OONTINUE Those who aro gaining flesh and strength by regular treat rnont with Scotts Emulsion ahould continuo the treatment in hot weather smaller dose and a little cool milk with It will objectionwhIchducts during the heatedsoason- Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists r 409415 Pearl Street New York 2nd 100 all druggists 1 About three fourths of a crop of tobacco has been set If wp nave another season or two there will be an average crop put out There was a large crowd out to hear Rev Boggis preach at New Hope church It is reported that Judge 1 Ho Thurman will address the people this vicinity at New Hope 10f Sunday Jnne 17 1900 locall option Charles Shehan hand Miss IMf Smith spent Jast Sun at Simmstown Mr Warren Pile and Mrs WO Ellis and son John spent last Saturday at Bloom tied WIH Yancy and daughter Miss Lora visited relatives at Antioch last Saturday and Sun Lee Godby and wife arid BUT nett Wall rind wife visited Frank Yancey near Springfleld last Sunday Several from Folia attended church at New Hope last Sunday hasretbrnedwith her cousins Louis Cull and Thurman Weekly were in Springfield last Saturday eve f Charlie Boblit has returned to his home prom a two weeks visit with his cousins Tony and Lit sey Wall Mr James R yuty and fajnily of Springfield attended church at New Hope last Sunday Miss Fairy Lvdtlane of Mid GodbylastIMr Ham Pil and of yalley Hill andTess Pile and family of Woodlawn Ed Pie and family Emmett Settleand family and Misses Nancy Ellis Mollie and Annie Hines George Moot and John Hines clued with Mr Ben Pile and family las Sunday Mr William Sweeney and fami Jy of Woodlawn attended church at New Hope lastSunday THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles stld by all druggists or tao months treatment by mall for lj Dr E W HaI12926QIie street St Louis Send for Kentucky es tiraoriials l ForeMView 11Fonza Medley and Miss Nora Smith two charming ycung peo pie of this vicinity attended church at St Charles in Marion county lat Snnday mpl spent the remainder of the day at Mr Basil Cambros Mrs Joe Bianford and her two beautiful little tots spent Monday with their cusir Mrs Kent Bianford Mr Pius Nalleys illness has developed into pneumonia Dr Hyatt of Springlif Id visits him every day We learn that Mr Thomns Blankrdk quite ifyat this time Several of the neighbors were v f Lace l We are still showing a great variety Lace Curtain and will receive in a few days 105 pairs Nottinghains Bonne Penjme an J Irish Point that we will offer for one third Jess than their actual value In thi we will otTer 0 00 values S40D 5 00 values for 350 v 450 values 300 v 350 values 250 values 200 V J2 00 values 125 lnO values for 100 If you are in need of dont fail to see this lot as we ought them far below their actual vhlue = i iill e anun lat Mondaj it bitcounty court day We learn that Mr Lee Dkbcrn whose m was bur ed hs put chased a new outfit separate and engine and will be ready wheatIistj The tobacco wjio havV planted are taking advantaged the wet spelt and are very busy transplanting Plants are scarce many beds filling entirely We have heard of a great many warms of bees this se tson andt many caps are ready to be taken We heard of a couple of ihh neighborhood who started to runaway with the intentiop 6f get ting inirried but the father of young lady overtook thorn before3I they had no far and then bade altzedI It KING BEE QF TIlE WoO iin1taiiIfrequently results from neglect of bowels and torpid liv er unti constipation becomes chronic This condition is un known tp those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills vthebest and gentlest regulatorsOf st m ach and bowels Guaranteed by C JHavdon druggist Price 25c MAUL Mr J DJ Royaltv and wife together with their daughterand 1 son Miss Data and Henry Royalty i of Springtield attended set vices at New Hope Sunday in urn ing and visited Mrs Josie Settle and daughter Miss Josie Shehan was in BIGOmfield Saturday Vhila the clouds were weeping so profusely last Thursday afternoon and night the farmers off this section were all but weeping ing for TOY as rain was need Iedthemseh for tIle good opportu nity for setting tobacco t lat they kept up the good work Saturoav night until the hands of the twatches warned them of twelve ocltck and the approach of the Sabbath dav Misses Hall io Huston and Bess Settle wore guests pf Miss Lou ise Settle of Locust Grove a few days last week and returned home Sunday Bro Bogus was entertaineJ J Friday until Sunday at the home Of Hamilton St1ehanIMrs Peter Shehan visited her daughter Mis Serena Boilno and MissLillie Sheban in Nelson county Saturday and Sanday Miss Ollie Graywh has been conducting a aillmerjr establih ment at Midway returned to her home ttt Hardesty Sunday Miss Margaret Smith and Mr Ches Shehan visited the formers sister a t Simstown Saturday and Sundav Mr Herbert Grume of Mt Zion attended church at New j HopeSunday Judge rhurman will give a temperance lecture at New Hope at 8 oclock in the afternoon ofjf the third S ndayBro Bogu will conduct services that even jug ntK oclock Misses Fava Goodlett and Bes sie Druryaud MOscrs Will Gras and Thurman Ches r of lid rdesI- Ity Messrs Ernest Clyde and Walter Goat ey of Vnltey Kill and Mr if E Goatlcy and wife wore onteutainedl dinner Sup day by Misses Dolle and Ljdia Virgini Mr Ben Hardesty lias oce off the largest and Listg apHophonq in the countiUi father 1lr James llarcibstv is so well plpnstd with the music ofkt thai it has J A A A fi SPECIAL SALE orI SUMMER GOODS I IE t And Carpets Wall Paper and Lace Curtains S 1 i cr t t t LI rc We are prepared teo show the largest assoTtment of Printed and Wash Fabrics we have ir i ever shown consisting bf Batiste Organdies Dotted Swiss Fine Dimities Silk Tissues Mer cerized Checks etcI 4 Mehose M 1Jline spshtSunday dayv family Curtains of s Curtains Jot for lor for rJOO for V for Curtains men go clogged the Mr Carpets For the next 30 days we wiHl wake special prices gall grades of Qarpets in Axmmistors Velvets 1- Brussells Ingrains Sultanas and Hemp Lineo bums Mattirgs and Oil Cloths WallPaper We will also offer for the next thirty Jays our enl l Jbjre stock of Wall Paper at one tiurd less than fregularprices 25c paper 18c 20cniperl5c JIr15c paper Oi 21C plper Sic t lOc paper 7c 7c paper Gc 1i Border and Ceilinge to match any wall Js1i J cj Ij H Cunningham 8 Duncan rt 1 I I ttlj r 1 KILTHECOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS VlTuDrKingstj IIFFOR CONSUMPTION 50CS100 Price 11 Freo Thai and Quickest Cure for all ISurest and LUNG TOTJB MONEY BACK perfecty delightedall the weeds I knowingthatthey will be unmolested While watepng his horses at a spring on his fathers farm one day last week Mr Will Virgin discovered two enormous snakes basking in the sun on a rock feno rer by The reptiles l were solarge that he dared not attack them with a stone or club so tie returned to the house se cured His gun and again cautious lv approached tbespot and fired killing both of them He didnot measure them but said they wtrethe larget he eyersaw out side menageiij i Mr Will Brown has returned home after a pleatyant visit to friends at Harrodsburg MrR C Boblitt of Spring field passed through here on route 10 Taylorsville one day last week where he was milled by the illness of his little grandson Mr Robert Sutherland of Chaplin paid his usual respects to one of our fair sex Monday jbrec PByslCl3n Trfaea i YittOu Snces Y L Yancy of Paducah Ky writes I had a severe case of kidney disease and three qf the best physIc- ians in Kentucky treated nie without success I then tookFoleys Kidney Cure The first bottlejjave immcdate relTef and three bottles cured me per manently I gladly recommend this vonderfnl reni ay Sold by Rtd Oros DrugStoie WHIisburg The Sir K T 0 M will have their Decoration exe ci es at the iioynity family burying ground Sunday mornins June 10 at 10 oclock and at this place in the afternoon at2ocltickMesirsSci tt Mayes WPNeikirk and Jug Sele min will del yen ad Jreises for the occasion Quitea number 0 ourcitizers attended the lecture at Plenas Creek Sunday afternoon Thert was a large crowd present and everybody enjoyed the speeche made by Rev Walden and Judgt Thurman fr and Mrs W P Cheatbam entertained their many yount friends on last Saturday night in a most charming manner Miss Ncr and her brother Eirl re beivrd their guests in rOJ at style and fiere were 75 present In th 3 wee small hours of the night each add every oue took their dE parture thanking their friend for their lovely hospitality May these kind p3ople liva toehter tain the young in their hpnot many more times and be assbsii at ed with those whoare thepride and joy fOur country Is the yislj of the writ r John Reynolds Bud Hart Ebh erjngton were in Ela rodsburg the first of the week Mis Lida Shepard of Shep herdsville is visiting her sister Mrs J F Cheitliamj atLcuit Grove Mrs W R blrnsan1 Miss Edia Smis visited friendsat Mackville Sunday W H Yancay laud daaghteroE Moorcsyille spnnt Sunday with B Yeager and wife Lester Gibbs at tfonded church at Mackille Sunday night ac companied by Homer Hughes The siucoraat tribute that can be paid to superiority is imitation The ImaJ1Y imitations of DeWitts Witch Ha cl Fa Ive that are now bef ore the pullic povc it the b J3t Ask for De Witto Good for burns scalds chaff cd skiv eczema tctior cute boils und piles Highly recommended and reliable Sold by all drtifffflets KiHsboro A very valuable colt balonging tu Jpbn Armstrong wai kicked on bo h hind legs and badly crippled one day last week It is feared the cult will be ruined J S Thorns adfaiyi visited relatives near Mackville Sunday Eva Sales wife and little son w spent Sunday with relatives at MTr Zion IaH 11Taba and Boss Lits were in our midst buying hogs Friday Hogs are scarce aliab those who have them for sale ate gertipg tine prices pTheexperiencing bad luck wita their turkeys The eggs hatched veryt G thet hlikethan half a crop raisedagdin this year We were given a few days ago n eaJJ of corn that was exuctly the slv eof a shovel the far crool ing to form the hande and he small pal t of the ear expand t ngand cupping so as t form comple shovel When the RjRja was shelled the ccb presented ccrijvtr Just what caused theh Ir ak no one knowsreDr AM Shield of CJuplin Ilrmerly a citizen of this plate as here Saturday shaking h nds IiljkhikJi1 i toot Clothes I Are and cents bur with you on trip us sell t g reflects selecting To J OO Water Cream Stoves Snaths Ci as Rakes Our Edge They f stock above want to i th friends Sunday wi Sabe nd family at Celar Grove Evan oir nnpnlar all itcier to Willisburg a game at lace bUd beei invited A to deliver 80th ut on account of serious illness to ba present which much Dr J L our veter who has been lo ted herb for several returned to his home at DurinO his he made many friends who be gljid to have him with us futureI J H Setles lost a valuable of was milk feverII There ye veen cows from the dis rind our sur ons say thera no cure for it unless tMy are I what we ate offering td bur men just fr how we arje prepared to out Iti from Head toFootl VWeattractive lline of at f from 75 to 150 J t Jo Keep f IL i 1 Buy one of style S 4 f negligee Shirts Collars 1I and Cuffs f i E Gentlemens half hose in ft allstyles and JMfenV Oxf IKfordsand calf tfe I jGenuinef 3 I i irgOIng a let you a nIce Suit casef 1 jIII Iu1tI t IaraawidTime rIs an old dhgeIts3 jump though the tIieof the first clock to now Bridge the chasm and A The first clbck the one of- today almost a chronometerr Clocks and dJewelry is you find the round at my jewelry My new t stock my being expert in a jeelrystock tft nun ey Buy me t James Gmves saJe II Now islko Tip ff- I i To iIicI Buy Yojpit r tCoolers ice Freezers cRefrigerators Oil y r k Hose for Sprinkling prass Scythes i iV Lawn Mowers Washing Machinesa 1 J GARDEN TOOLS f L Such Hoes Shovels Spades etc 1fiJ fS c4 i+ DontI Forget Diamond line of orsI ShearsKniv s tAxes Etc are the best 1 + Q Call and inspect our of We + you see them iMcELROY SHU TZfOtt1- c 4t IHALJJS o d Sam Mountgomer and wife h Cpfulter Arinsronfir ii w ent Saturday totwirl that Lilac hvthp R memorial at Rockbridse lint as unable e regretted very Cammack ary surgeon weekshas I old Wardsvillp stay hera ain the f w Saturday The cause ath several thatbave cently ded same eaFO veterinary is I present When t I tustomers fit you Shirts Cool I inew attached ft Flies f from what have JpuIcrude Accurate Elegant what year store from Ra tie will her big SICILIANHair 4 I IStopstliecowifirsttakeni t fScrulie Scrugg a 12 pound girl1 l YJ tL MC1thk wellodcilarin jer of thIS community was taken suddenly tjrite a pam in his ankle iLJione day last week which begun tD swell riiDitlly and developsd into erysipelas He isbeing q tended by Trj Barnett and HiJatt who tiaveh d quite a lime 1checking the rapid spread oftha diseas3 Mr Clark jis thought f now to be improvihg and lila many friends hope that he will b3outinafewdays V j 1T ACi 4 j t1c =Thousands annaaHy benrVltncss tr f the effidienjy of Early is rdThese f lbornearel l iaJaxtlleas staple a breadin millfons 6f homes 51 PJeaaant tut cflcctivi Will promptly relieve conStipation without griping t SpldbyaUldrugKistS 1t F DJBIIRTk t MKIESENTDENTIST ThETH EXTRACTED WlTHOUTPAINIIi 0 OFFICE Hagan Block tip stairs I SPRINGFIELD KY w 1ft Dental Work Strictly 1 lliv Ftrs class jfPrJ H LA PTONDR J C MODD I liLAMPTON MUDD ffIfi YhiciaIis and Snrgeons l Hi7 lfficeover Haydons Drugstore i W J F G RI cS BY III l TTORNEY AT LAW- Ih Office over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY rTh ROBARDS M W FYATT t RoBARDS HYATT i JI 1 f Physicians and Snrgeons t f6ffice over McElroy Shultz I f DR JH HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SSURCEOH PHONES Office 97 Residence 71 Office Over Hagans Gfocery J I I JOHN Y MAYES t NEfiAL lHECTOHtj t AND lICEHSEDEM8AlMERi i TELEPHONE DAYJ19 NIGHT T4 J SPRINGFIELD KY l c I Kairoad Schedulec Pollowipg is the time schedule s now in effect on the Bir siown and Springlield branch railroad lNo It Leayes Louisville at 1 410 p m Bardst wn Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pra arrives at Springheld 645 prn r Ko 42 Leaves Springfield at e 630 a m Bardstown 617 am I Bardstown Junction 705 amtarriyes at Louisville 755 amtNo 43 Leaves Louisville at 73arn Bardstown Junction titt93O am31 Bardstown 1115 am- yarrives atrSpringfield 1240 pm I No44 Leaves Springfield a 4120 pm Bal dtown 230 pm i IBardstown Junction 435 pm t arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards townS am ards own Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935am No 91 SundaysLonlyLeavest Louisville pm t Junction 650 P IJ1 Bards ttovn 733 p in arrives at Springfield 825 pm t Bonds Carriage r c Repir Shop All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles on band for sale I have for sale now one Dew haijd made buggy new handmade J spriug wagon and a good second baud spring wagon I will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash WH BOND Sprihgfield Ky Ii T FFESH BREAD If ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily t Jj I VA1waygood aiways fresh We have a new Baker who iSi an ar tis at mating good things Six Loaves of Brea Jor 25c t Herdiens Confectionery i C 1B1t jegiopiis tiJX Exclusively Eggs for sale 100 for 15 o- rJ50for 30 MRS ILN REKD Y R F D No3 tJj 60 YEARS IEXPERIENCE TRAct MARKS DESIGNS i COPYRIGHTS cAnyone endIn ketrb and deicrtptlon may r quickly ortr crinion Tree whether au Invontinu itprohnblrpnteutable Commutilca rtlnn utct4y ronillentlVl on tatcnU icut free Oldest nuttier tor secnrlnj patents 0 I Tntimti taken liiroucH Jlunn receive tptcial notice wltliont charlie In the Scientific Httifllcanf- AJ nnlfom Ir IUntraed weoklf I recst clr rtiilHtlini ofurir sctenttuo Journal Terras t3 a J loi4bIaI litYNtrO Co3OIBrO3lIway Noeik tJ3raDcbom O ff BU WbabJDSton D C wbY take a dozen things to cure t rothtit c ugbj Kennedys Laxative ffcIIQneyU 9T allays the ipogestiOn tops that Uri1IngdrvcstIe cold out 1through jptir bpwele Sold by all drnggistu rIDWN filJi iW LocalHappenings of Interest i The Freshest and Latest I g AllAbout Yourself Friends Iiand Acquaintances L ft nnninn ftn nmn nnnnftnn freSh butter on iceat Johnson M1cOabe Fresh bread daily at Johnson McOabet Pure country sorghum at C WUttgans f Sliced dried beef and ham at Johnson iicGabes i v Wanted bacon hams and shoulders at Johnson McOabe Fresh fruits and vegetable ala ways on hand at Johnson fcMc Cabes For screen doors and windows go to Leachman the furniture man 1 Special ba 8insntinware granitewareetc at Johnson McCabe Born on May 26 to Mr and Mrs Ralph Boldrickat Walker Heights a son 1 FOR SALEA good milk cow fresh and a good millcer Apply to John F Sim ras Best market price paid at illl ines for country produce cash f preferred C W Hagair r Waritd1OOO gallons of nice cherries Will pay tbe best mUl ket price for them CW Hagan WhyDonfc You Try l the latest pOpular song Words and mps cOn sale at Ed M Rus Ipecond haqdbugoies andcai riages bought and soldon com SPringlfi1 Why not take your country hams to CV Hagan and get he hi2het market price for- hemcash if preferred To EXCHANGE A nice four earold mare uud agood eight year old mate WiU exchange either for agood gentle horse for a lady to dini vet Dri JOHN DEDO Springifieldl my farm an Opeuface silver watch witli leather fob attached o it Finder will receive reward by returning it to JohnF Simras From now on you can at any time gettiie best and freshest vegetables that are on the market beans peas cucumbers strawberries pineapples inTact anything that isondhe market CW Hagan There willi be services at the Springfield Baptist church on nexfc Subday The pastors topic will be Gorifying Christi Tne Conversion of the Apos tie Paul Thpre wilt a Iso be a special prayer meeting on Friday night at 8 oclock to which all are very cordially invited The bunch of cattle which were sold by Messrs Ben F and John F Simms to Chicago buvers w4res werghed at the distillery pf Mattingly i Mo6r5on Saturday last andaveraged 147 pounds MEgan the buyer said tli4 were the finest lotof cattlel he had bought this season The priee WtS465 per hundred and therefore 100 head next Saturday night JuneOn 9th the Epiphany Choir Boys of Louisville will give a minstrel performance at the Springfield Opera House The minstrel has been given in Louisville where the papers spoke highly of the performance A feature of the entertainment iis a drilll which is participated by twenty boys who show remarkable training Seats are oh sale at the Red Cross Drug Store Mr S M Campbell the ace tioneer attendOdi county court at Harrodsburg Mpnday and re ports a good crowd in town with the live stock market fairly act ive There were 600 sheep on the raarketbut only a few were sold Mr Campbell made the following sales 10 yearlong steers at2115 per head 13 ltgrttwo yearold steers at28 iO same at 25 80 cow and calf for 274Q mulesIl We have had frequent corn phi fS recenJy from our sub scrioers on tie rural route oat of Willisbtr tthe effect that they fail to nee o thf NcwsLnl n i TOPICS I i nftftI1 nnmlhnnnn unnJJio nnnJj wA sometimes for two or three flays after its publication The paper r is put into the postoffice here Wednesday night and iis taken to WiUisburg by the carrier Tnus- daYmorningin time to be delivered to the rural route carrier on Ihursday If our subscribers do not getttheir papers on Thursday the delay iis due fo somebodys carelessness in handling the mail W ft Claybrooke and Will Selecman while investigating affairs on the od Lincoln place near town explored an old grave where it is beleiyed that daughter of Thorrias Lincolnan olitr sister of Abraham was buried Several broken pieces of what appeared to be a head stone were found and on one of these was a trace Qf tbeJletter i1N Od inhabitants say that it was generally believed that tub grave holds the remains of the first bprnof TJiomas Lincoln and Nay Hanks Lincoln who t died whilo quite a chilli and Ahose name was Nancy Roy feeasley who was in the employ of a feather renovating concert was badly hiiirt in a runaway accident on last Thursday and is now lying atthe Spring field Hotel w4th a broken lpg and otherinjtiries Beasley was driving a feather wagon down the Lebanon hill when the horse became frightened at a broken shaft and ran atfay throwing Beasley and a colored man out on the road The injured man vras first carried into the house of Mr John P Greene and phy sicians summoned who discovar that he had suffered a frac- tureof ne legal was badly cut and bruised about the head He was afterward removed to the Springfield Hotel Mr CJ M Rico proprietor who was acquainted with Beasl y wrote tOe the mans two brothers ope itt business at Stanford and tliet oityer at Lancaster telling them 6jT the unfortunate condition of tltair brother Mr Rice has re coiled a letter from one of the brothers saying that he could do nothing for him The wounded man is without a cent and unless some of lies people who are said to be well ta do come to his aid will be an object of charity To Inyestigate Qwing to conflicting reports and rumors concerningtha death of Marion Lewis wliOwasre ported as haying drowned while seining in Chaplin river last week the Grand Jury has opened an investigation of the affair According to reports the young man was not drowned at all but was killed by the explosion of dsnamite which was being used by the party to kill fish No in quest was hold over the body at the time and thp Tejnoiins were quietly buried jit has been re ported that the body of the young man was badly mutilated and many bones broken Another thins whtch is regarded as- a suspicious circumstance is the report that the hole of water where t the drowning is said to have occurred is only two or three feet deep Members of the fish Ing party came in and testified before the Grand Jury and con fessed tb being guilty of sining hut it iis said did not mnentith- iusing dynamite Art investiga tionis being made and the coun ty coroner luis been ordered to exhume the body of the unfortu forImanner other thttnwas at first reported The membeis of the fishingi party are wellknown citi zens of the neighborhood and it is said thatyoung Lewis father was one of them No suspicion of an criminal intent in connec tion vith the young mans death is entertained but the authorities wish to Investigate the matter fully and to determine ifi possible the exact manner of his death NOW OPEN We desire to notify the public that the New Springfield HotelI Is now open and ready for business We are thoroughly equipped for the nccbramodation of the travelling public and for regular boarders onrd can lhe furnished en tlie Euro penn plan Lunches tnd short order meals C M RICE Mincer q b m jjj Its Woitl jm traveling a long distance jj to have your teeth extracted j II Without Pain or Danger All work gudranteed It I L G CFfUME D D S J- Bart stown Ky ife33333333S53333333 333 533JJ LeachmanNorman The mirri ge of Miss Marga ret aunders Leachman dangh 1LeachmllllKovleNormaOjOf will bp celebrated at Brook lands the home qf the brides parent this evening at 715 by Rev TD Lutimerj pastor of the Presbyterian church The ceremony will be pqrform ed on te lawn in arustic tea house covered by red rambler roses where the bridal party will be grouped composed ofMiss Elizabeth Lenchmansis tel of thebruleas maid of honor Mr EEaile Norman best man and Mr Penry Swcetland ijf KnoXvilic A011rvho will singf a solo preceding the taking of the manage vows The lawn will be brilliantly illuminated by calcium lights and Japanese lan terns and the bridal supper will be sere4on the lawn to the guests amkin the tea house to the biidal paHy immecliatelv af thor the cerenionj is perfprmed The bride will bCN gowned in poinfd esprit over whi radium silk She will wear the rbgula tion tulle veil and carry cascade bouquet of liesof the alley and white sweet peas The maid of honor win wear pink not abovc white taffetta and carry a great cluster of pii1roses tied with while tulle The guests from a distance ar rived yesterday evening and they and the immediate rdlati s of the1 briilervare ontertainQd luncheon by Mr and Mrs Leach 1Ms1 inost beautiful youifg women tif the State and is socml favor ite hereand in LUiS iJl where the family resided sovernl yeas The honeymoon wilj be speat in the Sapphjre country of west ern North Carolina and att Nor folk Old Point Virginia Beach Atlantic ityj Washington DC and afe the Teffers6n Hottl in Richmond The future home of the bridal couple will be the Im p1 rial riotelAt Knoxville Term where Mrs Norman who is the special representative of the- CiiattanoogaJuiniLurcCompany has his headquarters Among the many guests who will attend ltl1e wedding from a distance will Mr nnd Mrs Ciark Srnrh of St Louis Messrs RegiualdCou- ituric and Frank llTeidrick df New Orleans MrG Pierce Nor man of High Point N C Mr and Mrs GeorkeSlephenSf Ocr vas Stjtos Mr and Mrs C P Murphy Mr Edgar Martin and Mrs Martin sister of the bride all ofLouisvfllcS MrJacob Gocanougher Dead Mr J icob Cocanougher one o the countys oldest citizent died f at hislicnnc noarToxas Monday shOrtljafter rpidnight Mr Co vcrI jiij F- canoj4e would have been M i 1 j 1qIknIi aljsis UeJwgygSentlv strick en with whatiie di ct iva pro uourc d strallpox and getiierwithlii enfe bed COddIIII tton it is thought brought Ihis death liis Sfl CIeii onswife whoIiye in thef sameii house wtie both affected by the Iquietlt I otery and buried there being funteral l services on account nOJII 1PneI Iia1 Ii successful farmer and a man who always commanded the respect of his neighbors His wife pre l l l Lallwyearsdaagher remain as follows Messrs George W and Clem F Jocanoughoi of tfthis county and Mrs Petor Col vin of Santa Rosu Cal EScNALC Mrs Martin Simpson is quite ri aCMrs W C5 McOhprdis in Lou jin isvilletleday J Hon Job a W Lewis wits in Louisv lil 0 Tuesday f Mrs J B RoBards has returned f from BurginJ 4 Mr Hood Cunningham is in Louisville this week dMrisi visitingriendshere Mr and Mrs T D V llsaied yisiting relatives at Taylorsville Mr Mrs Walter E Leachman is spending a few weeksin Lebanon N t KC Cravcroft of Vine Grove fi 15 is J daughter MrG d M ILIEI V y o Hainiltpa Of iGovington visit E S Mnyes lest weektst1rs W lMii s Jttorae vIne Grove is visiting her sister Mrs W loo MeII1tyeIt N 11l J Graves has returhed rod a fishing trip up on KenM tueIcyriver Mrs TS Ytlnkey returned Friday from Loxing ton where she visited relatives a seeltiMiss Nannie Ray Thurman yisitad herbitothec Judge Thur man last week itv Frank Petefof Lebanon igperit the tirst of the week tto here with friends j Miss Lixzie aicore of Bards town visited the Misses Camp h ben the fiist oflthis week y Messrs Proctor Kelly and a Olarence Litsey of Lebanon 1il wdre here Sunday m1rfrom Hunters Depot where he was engaged as gauger a M L Curry of Harrodsburg visited his aunt1Irs ES Mayes the latter part of lastweek v g Mr Philip Jurey of Woodlawri is in a criticall condition as a re suit of ulcer of the stomach JIrburg f01 merly of this county was here Monday on businoss Miss Theresa Wathen and Ils John Barr of Lebanon were visai tors at St Cat etiQeyesl6r s day Misses Amy Rhireheart and C t 3 To Close Them Out f I hive had a remarklygood ruv f hammock sales this c season and have only a fewmd left whicli 1I will offer at Prices to Make fi I Them 4L 00 tI r fitf Comeandtonebefor theyathey areall gone sII dont eD intend to carry any overt c Everyiliingin the FziiiiitiiicLinei l n + W E LEA HMANyj THE FURNITURE MAN t S IJ1TIEyes s dTI Have fitted hundreds of others and can tttyou Names and Prescrlptibns on file come and see for yourself Give your e eyes the attention at the right tinte and place Nothing but high grade goods All the 2 modern kinds and styles of flenses Bifocals of every description i ASJ1GMATIC CORRECTIONS a Specialty Graduate Optician always niihand to make test Satisfaction eij guaranteed S M Russell I ft i Annie Rayburn of OaklandCal will be here duringHome Coming weekMiss Margaret M Chord returned from Louisville Satcrday where she attended school ten mooihs Iirs Sarah Waketield left Saturday for her home in Bloom field after several days visit to Mrs has Well Miss Mary Hajdon Mr Geo Robertson MissLydia McElrov Gwiu Mrrks spent Sunday Bard pwil MrR Masterson the life in surance man formerly of this place butnow of Louisville was here thefirstf of the week Lechmanlandwere entertained at 6 oclock Inner Sunday teVeniogat MrJ JPE1 len S1 Mrs John IiSarcy and laugtiter left Tnesdjiy to j in Searcy at Dalharf Tex where he1 has built a residence und expects t6 make their home Postmaster W A Waters left Tuesday morning for a trip to Washington Oitv He will be accompanied by Postmaster Conway of Lebanon Mesdames E R Riggs and C Wollman who have been guests of the Moss family at tbe alton Hotel have returned to their homes at Sullivafi hid Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell r1 and Mrs S B Thompson the Misses Elrown Miss Lydia Diincan MtssNLizzie Leachman Mr Henry Reed ndMiss Myr e Price will attend the Norman Leachraan wedding this af ternon Mrs D W 0 Tarleton nee Miss Mattie Lee Van Natta an account of whose recent marriage Dr Tarleton wasgiven In the last weeks issue of the News Leader left yesterday for the- orneof her parents at Sheloy ille After spendinga few days t that place Mrs Tarl ton ex ects to join her husband at Cape Girardeau Mo where they wmI- liilce their future home Constipation makes the cold drag long Get it outof you Take Ken nedys Laxatve Honey and Tar cough syrup Contains no opiates All dru2 iste Clothes Cleaned- I am prepared to clean and ress old clothes in firsteltfss style LINKS RAY The sworn statement of the mant facturrirs protects you in Kennedys Laxative Hotkey and Tar the cough rup that drives tbcold out of yoijr system Sold by all drugfriais lite tnnllu1tetu1ed AVord- Wh j n de Jnrtddle and do progtwctlc sllll jo muh frlunds said good old tar on Burstert JlVfuVcourse ot a re cent sermon dont extemporize wid em Dont poloitee for do filth dnt am In yd but doss giVe em dc word do plain imsoplitetlcntcd word wid de bark cnQn doss ylstedy down by de pos olllce I locks hnwns wid it prognostic one o dese yuh half edu cated yallcr nuisances dats putTed upI like load fraugs uhknze de deys most white and he wanted to sputo about de Holy Scriptures IPs ont bliovc dis he dont bllcv dnt aud he 1ms grave doubts qbout de udder chess ojars muh thoat I does and sttys I Little man down dar liow old Is yoT Tveiiiiyfoyerth8 sub says he Thhuh says I dcss like dat Uh huhl Yb has been In de business of doubtln de L wd and his works torI twomtyfo ycahs Is yo Wclluh da unl1lr8Csome and does yo reggln little enI nt a newcomer like yosaf knows bout the operation of do great and mighty cataplasm of creation dan do- Creimtorhtsself Welluh and yo dess ort to seed crumple upi and cropo off Dats de way to 10 It muh bruddren and mull elstahs When de prognostic galls yof give him de word and give It to him loud and coase Dc choir willow vociferntqToin P Morgan In Womans HonicCompaniomi VI lom of Experience What do you think Is the best way oftdo with a man whon he comes to ott for advice f andIlbelthins to l ter when thnss turn out all wrong be causo h emi pnt the blanis on takl our ndrieo4ltImore American THE GOOD LO KING HOUSE tli Hue Ill is paint I bestyoalwaytaste MOUND CIrYHORESHO PAINT I J is the best wood preservative that tan be made There a guarantee I ot absolute pur 1y on every j can It covers mostjif wearlongest and iVgives animmedirafe iimpressioixof elegance 1 ifIGET IT ATi J THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE 4 6 f I o9ocrII I t t e i Clearance Sale of all Spring and Summer Good has now begun at the BIG STORE Be sure to attend same if you I i want some GenuineBa gairis It 3OOOOOO fitl Wbrth of strictly First Class Dry Goods Clothhif Carpets Wall Paper etc at very low pricetet move them Quicktt tVeqotebe w a fewof the many bargains whichwili ba sjlJ for cash only at these pricess Good Calico 4c t Best Calico 5c if 4Fast Clor Lawns 4c t f f Good Apron Ginghams 5i yard wide Bleached Cotton goods Hope 1 C 200yards white stripe Madras l2Jc qualityI only 7 pc yd 0 I Q Table Linens Napkins and Towels at cost for F d1t0 and Saturday of each week during this sale Table Oil Cloth 15c Q jpriceBig a rQ Bargains In Every Departfnijn 1 We will be gad to show ion on i ROBERTSON BR08 c j ooooOooc3 OoOoOOOO IQOGGGQ 4 i The1 First National Rank 1 rSPRINGFIELpGapilal KYIg Surplus and Undivided Profits S2SOOO I ii t t VlcePresiettttFoster BookKeeper II II Purdon Asst BookKeeper t t Camptt lt9 We grant every avor consistent with sale banking Your lww1 5 ness respectfully solicited t tieiizwstusiiti4- 44m rMARKS illS ici i v ItThe old Reliable Manufacturers i 4 I and Dealers in all JU1dsofA LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES tSASH DOORS BLINDS V i MQ handle the celebrated l i V Mixed Cannel Coalw r Cantbe BLtt w v a We are sole agetjis for js Y ACME CEMENT PLASTER The Best on Earth h Prices Right Office and Yards doctor and Railroad Streets SpingfKy 7c 1 wsI EVERYBODYS BUSINESS i i i Bliiirla j 1 Nobodys r fi tJsi to give the publIc the be3t work ii J n r Tinning and Plumbing at D tW the least possible cost GIVE t1S ALci 1r tJj WPRITcHARD 4i J t t5 S SPRINGFIELD K 1UL v It1 G220 Go c i LINCOLN HISTORY j p S4FtsPub1ihedi Yer5 g6cnit Lincolns Birth1ace Sin view pf the controversy concerning the birtbplahe of fr AJjraharii Lincoln the following Whjch was published in the Louisville Times twenty years ago wil be of interest The a efioplpgris from the scrap book f vof Mr TojnTatum of this county vflMr RJ Brown in a talL with a Louisville Times reporter Tuesday said II was bjra in 1819 about five mfles frcm Springfield the coun ItyseatWastiingtoa My ear I host reQollections are of going to school to an old surveyor Sun 1jI nonse on the Hanks of a creek cilled Linkhorns or Lincolns ifcun I was so small at tho tiiae thati was carried to school by an aidnegro man on horseback We were shown a house near the creek at the bottom of a hill where Abraham Lincoln the Presidents grandfather was14fi k1dhledfc ILwas told jthatold Abraham Lincoln was killed one day before the repeal of the law of promi geninire hence all his property r went tp Mordecai his old stson j y That wouldaccount for the pov eHy of Thomas Lmcoln ihe I tther of the president When lie married Nancy Hanks he was verypoor and the young couple1 lived in extreme poverty Mrs Thompson mother of Squire R M Thompson told me that sLte and her cousm Nancy Hanks were brought out of Virginia when very young gitlsto their grandfathers Richard Berry 011theway J through the Cumberland Moun ontt a log the Indians crept up jr 1thepty9t5f the party escaping to Wasnington county MraThomp t son remained with the Indians jttdtil the Greenville treaty wag J signed and then her grandfather went alter her and took her ba- ckria Washington county l A good many years agoWF r hIi ington codtutytound the marfage lidense of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hapks and show d them1tt to me I got a copy of thcHicense and certified return of the same andforwarded them to Gen Ben Brislow who had thenxjM blish ii exb iiWas in this way tliif m- ylVIflrsiljecameiioted to the old res ihr iidents of Wasjnnson count1 as 4 tromlSpringfield son Washington coonty was a member at the same time and he told me that one Abraham Lincoln sought his acquaintance sing he wanted to meet the member from Knucky repre seating Washington county as thavwaswhereheflrst cameI from jOld Mr James Tncmpson andWilliam Hardesty told me I it many years ago that they wereI 7 at the nfarriage of Thomas Linl coin acd Nancy Hanks at old Dicki Berrys the grandfather of fl Nanny Hanks on the banks of Biech Fork near what was ther called Mattinglys Mill now ir called Beechland Mills Ifirst hearfl it frorn James Thompson1 who also told ne a story ol the 8 J punishment he got at home for going 10 the wedding he being a t THE LIVER QUARANTINE TAKWO ins HEALS cor1 J Hurried eating hasxuinetl many ajnans Stomach The digestiondestroying pro cess is gradual often unnoticed at first But it is only a short time until the iver balks the digestive organs give way anJ almost countless ills assail l 2 man who endeavors to economize time at thceX rpense of his health 7i1fA torpidliver causesa quarantine of the j 1 entire system It locks in the diseasetUt j germs aadbody poisons and affords them tflllglay jinviting someserious illness InamiliesVhere August Floweris usedi fsluggish Usr mid constipation are urtr JCnovur Gijg all stomach ailments as t well as ildi 01 dyspepsia heartburn r eadalies kidney nud blader mrec kItios N 11teguI ted farnIy should rJiwitho fthjsl standard remedy cf qpvirsaes 25C and 755 All drggistsI For aebv C J Haydon z I v ismall kg Invited boy and of course not be H Mr Ha desty told mo he reII membered Abraham Lincoln a vTV small boy that he jiiyed in Berrys house in whioh Ins father and mother were married and soon afterward moved away into Hardin ccunty Kv And frpn Mr Lincplns inquiry while a member of 0 ingress ftto Ilii tMr nos through our Congressman Thompson the residents oi Washington couniy recalled him andhis family as being the old LiQ ofn family of earljr residence tin Kentucky i fhave no doubt that Abraham Lincoln was botu in Wash ington county andnt the imeof the cleath of our old President there was not the question ofa doubt of Washington county be ing the place of his nativity Od oflitHanksy Abraham L ncdlns mother William Hardesiy was fixed in tis opiquiln of the cor rectness of it and would allow no doubt and nis son John was the predecessor of Abraham LincQln as Representative in Congress from the Springfield III district lam also confident tqat the old cabin that yoti speak ofS he same one in which Nalricy Hanks and Thomas Lincolrt were married I mean the upri year end of the cabin the otherpad is a later addition I IcppAv Squire RMThonjpEon of Spring field and a finer gcntleman nev er lived but I think he is mistaken in thinking that Lincolns parents moved tp Hard in county before President Lincoln was born t The President alwaysJ spoke kindly of his Washington county kin and rthink the first com- missioni he ever rhade out was to his qpusin Robert Lincoln sen of Mordecaii Lincblu Ive beerl told that ho said after he was elected yWell Fob now Im- President pf the United Staes Youve always been a good friend to me aninpw you shall have any pace I can give you1 Bob thanked him and said h wouldII like to be Pcstinaster of certain town in Illinoi rind I think that was the trst corimisSioni made out by President Abraham Lin coin +J Ji Tile SPORTii Gr WORLD 74A Clinmjiloii JnnipcrJ 1TIny Ewry ofNewytfrk ilofcateiT tbs lending Jninpcrs off Europe and AOS tralfit Inriiig the recent Olympic nirs ftt Athens Ktvry won firstpla e in the stninling brpMrl jump tul la tim staiidiug high Jump lIe IS n member of the New York Athletic dab and nliphokl tin Amoricnu CIlnrnpfflIIfj titles in tlit ic events v A iuim ary ot the Amorjcnh viPto rlesshovs how nljwlutcfl3t1ie gamut rorc at their ihercy Twelve frtwere taken liy tie YmiiJee four skc pnils JIH six tliiwls while tlirfo men scored points by tying Martin J Slier kbiii t burly height thrower aiill EWOy ODTMPIC CHAMPAJX jumper of tho IrtehAinoMMii Athlotlc club3nade time gn ate t irtdiviUtnil unni lImer of counts scoring 2 13 joiHt bilk of the points wits maje It Iilat front New York city N6IleN flftyfojir pf the total JtHnl1otl pplnts were won by New Yorkers4 Itt hAs been c lrulatad that if JamejuS Mitaholl thfe New York Athletic dub wtUglit mauj had notbeeii so liadly jured that he cduld not compete the uuihTUer orimotimts for the Americans would hane ben still greater kek Dougherty Jack Doutherty too iTHwaukce welt rvetg1mt teentitloil to Ije clussed with the topootrtbrft hlhlH division judg Inf tby1time eisht round argument lie- reeint trave Billy HoneJ Mellody at Alihvauktw feliody Is abou tho loneliest waiter in the businoas and when It wail annodnped he was to meet Donsl eirty imany of the tight faaa who hajl Jlenlioeplng tab on the MIl waukeeliinprwlicted that he Dougiicr Ittl hurry Auy price that Mellody would jwin looked good to time speculators and they no doubt were surprised when they learnefl Jiek had held him to aj drAw Thi cojiteBt was a fight aiinile ns they bQgan slugging for 1l111l thntnp j In them the moment they t to thd eentcr of the ring ardeatI80sIsiOtLwallOjylrjto btirlJbokctI vUincf b foo Plhey JiMiboM at It 1Tcce rnlntmti IeI1OIygQt I3lflM- ltimmittr Jtiie first rQiiiiil Wn fronI Sio hc final g4tt ituIi s a nip 1lr it I I DO YOU UP WITH A AMB BACK Sidney Trouole Makes You Miserable nevsImace lJr Kilmers Samp Root the great kid liver and blad der remedjv It the great nied ical triumph the nineteenth century i dicoveredafteryearsof by Kilmer the eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curing lame back uric acid catarrh of the bladder and Brights Disease which is the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is uotrec ommended for every tbing but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work and in private practice and has prbvpd so successful in every case that a special arrangement has hceum8cl by wlritiiii all readers of this Wiper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail alsqn book tell jug more about SwampRoot and how finloutifyotrliLve4id1ieor bladder trou ble When Titin jr mention reading this generous offer in tins paper andsend your address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y The regular fiftycent and one 11l hntt1pc fir cures uy jiey is of Dr Home of amp1loot1 sold by all good druggistsi Dont make any mistake but remember the nanie SwampROot Dr Kilmers Swatt1p Root and the address llinglmniton N Y on every bottleJ h J FOR THE CHILDREN In and Out of n Fix A good game is known as Getting Into a fix and out of It Give the players ten minutes of so to thInk of some sort of predicament or fix Then call time and let each one write a story Involving some one in the fix that he bus thought Gather ujr all thestories and then distribute them so that no one will re ceive Ids own paper back Now tell each player to think up and wrjte oil I a separate shpet of ipaper a way to out of the fix thathe finds described Then each one must pass his paper tto his left hand neighbor I and taking rightthni1tl11elI 1HlIOrgIt hands t k Tlieii gathering up the fixes once 1ngnln you may rend each one In turn IIalond Jiiul ask each player to read from his papers time way he suggests for getting out or the fix One lix for instance was thus de scribed t Gvhig out of my house one day 1 caught my divas III the front door vttiich wife equipped with a spring lock There was no one whom I could I rail Jp ring the bell for me nor could Ilcaclr the bell myself What was J to dor f Qne answer Bang on the door and call 4noudr nnszwer Cut off the Imicce of youl dross that was caught Another Unfasten your skirt anti slip out of It Then ring tot admis sion A DJfllcalt AVqrd Why dont yon study jour reading leMon Frances r that little ladys pa Ipa asked severely v IThe words are so hard to pro nouucc papa replied the srnafi stu denthI dont believe you can say them yourself Oh nonsense Spell the words aud divide them into syllables Then time spelling began Grand Whatsjiiat papa jrand Go on Grand fat What that Grid fat her What docs that spell puna Why her of course Goon Grandf fat her IsIsls Io Iet me see thet hook FraUces W1iueriieart1 of a grand father You surly havent spellpd the word cor reel Iy Ami then mamma laughed from lice corner And Frances cried triumphantly hI told you these words were awfully hanV jmpa You see you aint pro nounce them yo reK klwlt FlowerJ- islmie flowers as you know open In the early morning and cloueat dark otliers remain open all the time anti stilt others open oujy at night Ybu have all noticed this up doubt but have you ever thought about the rca son for these different habits It Is not mere chance Nothing Iii n ttnrels left to chance As flowers depqiuK on Insecto for fertilization they must adapt tliemselves to theTim of time Insects or die Tile llow6rs that close at night docnd entirely on Insects that 41yby day and those that ppoi at night depend on night Hying insects So you see how nature makes one thing lit in with anotlipr Another strange thing about it is that tiny insects camot tee night tlowera nUll uJSht Insects curinot fertilize day flowers Trio terl UJoth91fnnflpr BnrRrnln Time Customer ITiat vase 501 liear me that seems very dea r Youthful Salesman trjIng to induce n PUrelmflseWoil you seet madani I erKjr believe that prlcq also Includes iho plant IIhntUCe Landed insurance nliu agent finally Ktieeded In getting yoU totake a IloiI lSyaidhlV Yo I had Accepted so many of his 5 before I found out wlmt hIs 5jj1lIIess Wa that when he taekled meI fthiynppltcttioui I hadnt the fae to J efcuw 11hu ot1hc1oTriml I NEW SHORT STORIES A OI1U Hat Job The late Scriah Wilkins owner of the Washington Post came to Wash ington as Jamembcr of congress and- frlenthleft n gOQ l mnn p 1ltical In Ohio V He wasIIhihfoQlcC one tiny severa- ladmlnIsttWungowhen a veryseedy man came In He was ragged nnd dirty unshaven and generally woebe gone B nab he said I rim down and oufiI have lost everything lund and I want you to get me some kind of a Job Wilkins looked the man over and found he was a lawyer who had done him some service in Ohio He said he would do what he could But first let me make you pfcsentable lie con tinued They went to a barber shop where time man was shaved and mad a hair ARE you i iiAvrmBJ ASKED Tim rniw IDr tookIIJin ocrythlnIii prosperous new rio Nett iiiorniu WHkitis took ills friend to the White Jlouie and Introduced him to time president lIe told time invsltlent that this mall hull boon of much help to him nnd he wanted to get him a phuc thin king ho might secure n clerk thip oft sonic kiiul j Arc ion a lawyer nHkoil iflic presi I dent am sitlil thojVlslfor JAir right Mttn Jhe Ir Went I will make jou chief Justice of one of ths terrltori lint but stnmrtiorod fllie surprhuou Ohio man Shut up coinmHndud Wilkint and foliou subtidcd The jippolntmcnt vtms made and the lima served out his term WllkiiiK sail lie got tin place soMj on his high Hat Saturday Kvonhijr Toft Didnt Know Metric Dig Iliu Sullivan who 1ms houorod Washington with his preecnc for two lays although he usa not ventured on the floor of the house of which he is a member wa brqught lucre tQ vote inS the committee on coinage MolphtH and measures to report a bill making tha metric system time legall system of measurement in tills country As lie has not been In the house since the first day of the seesion when he occupied theisoat for a few minute his arrivaL created rat excitement lUll Billy Watson lila private secre tary who lisa rcmaliMd faithful at post all winter telte this story aDout hisI Tim said Watson whats t01otet011 the second favorite anti the proJrH lye Kjsteing in horse racing and tha and column system In rouletta 1Color dozen more but I dont kior this thick Metric Is aed never of lila s1sUlitil they wantedt mo to come here sad vote rorlit Washington Cor Orrokind Plain Peal er S1 YVhnf DeweyWan Sorry For rrdfe wr Jolia A De Cftcm of Wil hams college now priMetjNtl f of the Wll liauistowii High apboolt sea a at college roomed In the tjeItI lady who heAl n yvryWyjbit littt j about two year oklwiMMW ttniuc wn Dewey lie luul juat learned to talk and Mr De Csumup was very foulcf lhimOne day whelm Mr De Camp was IOn him lw hoctfetl Juts mother by IShoomust apologize to Mr Do Onuip irnaughty thing I1lmt night Mr De Camp Imd coih pany In his room when the patter of Dowoy feet Vis hoard t In the Then a suit little voice in the doorway sold Hi sorry Why what are you sorry for Dew ejjf Mr D Camp Jiskoil J01tIdontBoston herald AVitliotit n IIIlcli I wlthfoutYea The fllow wlyi wits to be hitched dlitul show uji Jidgc IOrlJJr at TsventtilrIe you have 1ioNid or read more or loss of mystic nieanlujf of word thirty us used by tera pliers and press corruspoudtnt Wile pin cud at odd of a dispfttdi ItIt i 1euded i I twentythree If you nail a racetrack man both reach at the same time for the sniiVe jhlns and begets It which would be natural he will al most cortainiy say Twentythree for you Why twentythree I asked a track follower What is the meaning and what Is the origin of the mystic num ber Well In the old days at Brighton Benchhe said not more than twen tytwo horses wcfo permitted to run in any rate They were taken in time or tier iii which they were entered If twentytwo ponies lined up for n race the twentythird entry was barred fwhenf three for him for he Is out of It Oh the race track people are Treat cialhcmatJcIana Jilarbe they cm nI I thee reno t T wrt tnsr rnrVpreit hon a fT fisnrpi San Francisco Jiews Lottca I I IThoJ I pends almost entirely on the higher urn core those of command and flag rank The Ideals which they bold up to the younger officers are the ones that are eagerly followed In the decade foll lowing the civil war when Admiral Porter was supreme this Ideal was the bold sailor who carried canvas till it blew away As Commodore Foxhall Parker said n little later Not to talk lrope was not to Ite a seaman m the opinion of most officers As a result the midshipmen talked and thought rope continually and exerted every effort to become fine seamen One would expect that If no officer with actual engineering training h available the one detailed would at lerist bo n man of considerable experi ence and h081rom near the top of list of those on board In ninny cases the oxact reverse is true and theI nominal duet engineer is one of the juniors with scarcely any experience of any kind The unfortunate lad wlio was Iri charge of the Benningtons Inn chinery was next to the lowest com missioned officer W M McFfcrland in Engineering Magaaslne Prehistoric Trnck Of more than unusual interest are the old prehistoric bird tracks of the Connqcticut valley to elthnr active sportumen or stud nts of natural history signs of what Is called trias sic period says J E Mcllwuiu lit Roe reation lust outside the city of Hol yoke Mess between tim old road and tie new state road to Northampton there is a patch about T0 by 100 feet which lits been cleared of lUsurfaco earth by partlos Interested ill poolo y and whkih is now protected by tho state Tills patch Is completely coy ered with well defined tracks and most of which will measure twelve to fourteen inches hi the longest parts nnd eljrht fo ten Inches wide while In depth4 they are from one to two and ontlmlf Inches FOR TIlE HOUSEWIFE 3Iotli In Cnrucii Take ihe carpet up and bent It thor oughlj to remove all dust and such mothu as may bo lbentakel mix turn of spirits of turpentine and wa ter about orte pint of turpototiiie to a gallon ofAvater and with it sponge the curpet carefully on both sides changing time water as often as it be comes dirty You will Und that this uvIIL4wlIlitou the carpet as woll IS tic tqtloist Wltl1ltUfpenttil l atoUtulltbeco nyiiuul the edges are also Jgood to prevent the moth getting In Uieic destructive workS llntiicuiade Ycnut Cook n handful of dry hops in a quart of water for fifteen minutes strain add a quarter eta cup of flour made smooth in coltl water and cook tlv0 iiiiniilus Cook four common sized lpotatoes and manli them flue or press through a rker Add to the hop liquor ateo a cup of sugurand three ipiamts of boiling water Cool and add a eun yOflflt or a conipre wed eAgt eke oft solved in halt a cup of lukewarm water Iet rise until very light and friJtliy stir Iii a cup of salt and bottjo f foe we S nln Ilcninvdr UJkttoil coffee ptnjns may be removed by molptening time S4ot8 ivith the ToIlowiHft mttire To one part ofI glycotelht add nine parts water aiHl liMit jwrt sqUat nmirtouhu Apply with britfli leave for half a day renewing the treatment owasioiinlly as It dries In then rub with a dean cloth sail press after every bit of dried sub staimctt IMS been scraped away with n jMjiJkaife Thte treittment Is excellent doilies awl tr taftle linen ih gon JI iMkep rr 1ror SISo1 Coolsjr iot jtenural outline the cooking pol bore with ahotrn rewc les te common utensil iw superiority fer use In cook ittff flonfp oc oilier lkiildf Iteittfrin a flAnieilacel jWlt below ttte rtJtl Till flanft tirveji tin pnrpont of a drum oHfltmH slut its object is to recelvts amid reftln any overflow from the pot axTcniw TUB IJntlLIwhen time IkinhV boils over 1110yan froin this ctmo is O1t exM ceI tut the stor li KnieamUlMtUes of1 tins llqukl being la t Ujf tim use oftbe Ua tc tl11 U previMftetl If nee MVATf the thfp fjiautiwi nitt be iwovUt flClrithl a l lItalll1n receptacle fae ttdSftdl to1 IMuad placed Uaueath time siwnt ljKntMlturc A foruituic POliSh may be inn do wIth xtimmee of bcoswax hAir an oonco orI twOle ii Jitd n pMl oftkUirpetitiue lan the aoap and wax put them into a Qt1hbtt1t and add the turpentine Let itromlin for twenty f tr hours ttftd sfm1u tlie buttle tto mix tthe Ingre dicntB Next lily shake it again nnd fill thehiottlewtthwater On Ole fol lowing day It shouldl lit of this conetat oney of thick cream ftutllf then ready for use SrnlloJletllInm Chop some cold boiled mini and adil jonio brcadcrumba pejipor twit a little minced parsley and some melt cd butter Moisten with milk to a soft jmste And halt fill patty pans vith the mixture Break an egg carefully on the top of ouch dust with popper and snit mill sift some finely powdered cracker ocrnll Sot In the oven antI bake until eggs are well cooked about eight minutes For Rnt and Slice The latest expedient for ridding a hOuse of rats Is the spraying of strong 4S or omnionla In holes Rid era oka 1 EatcJFor A Short limB QJJ 4 We have contracted for a limited nufeber of m yearly subscriptions to V H f9 The American FarmerLitfJj One of the best semimonthly Farm papers publisheq and for short time we will giveqqa j jtt i Absolutely Free l TJ SLEADERforone 9 Two DollarstC M1 givethe NEWSLEADER the Louisville Daily Herald and L J JQjthe American Farmer all three for one year Send ybur L tp1 orders in early oI t f tt1 E LDAVISON Jr tJ Pub NewsLeader Springfield Ky i c 3333B BB B l r fjf DayII Seven Million oes sow in past 12 HKHrth s Thlft StUOT9 WHOWES 11bGLASSts Something New thIold style Made in regular reading glassps and in pear sighted and far sighted glasses 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