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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r- 1 r j if nm ES1ABLI5UEiJ S J- v j r r i iN18n uS 1 to I NEW SERIESVOL XIII NO 23 f SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JUNE 14 1906 UK PER YEAR 1 tD F TRUSTY PRACTICAL J DENTISTI i Office over llavdon Barber jr ahtaTworic reasonable prices 1 workq giiaraiiteedt bL1 SPEBST3PIiBpD KY 7If OUH DIRECTORY PMJJGFIED county seat 01 Washington qouiity52 miles south resist of uexinpton S miles from fiouisville on Bardstowc branch of tip iSyUle and Nashville railroad in Earniinpr and agricutrnral district TJToJJankSjteJiegranh and telephone lines express office rfbur millslumber yards Popatioti11QO population of f county ISiOOO Representatlv lu Co gssHon D tI1Ismith Hqdgenville Ky Kepresentalive in Keutucky Legis attire lion W D Claybooke Jteprcscntgtive in ti1teSenate Ion IHarry Lancaster Lebanon Ky riCounty directory CIRCUIT COURT CircuityGourt begins on the fourth Monday in February May dnd Octo i+ber J 11HThurniaiiJudg53 Riii Durham Commonwealth At I orney Fjl Campbell Ckrk JM G Leachman faster Commiss onerT QUARTERLYCOURT Quarterly Court islKeld on the third laLon4ayin each month Btitsey Judge 1 A tCOUNTY COURT County Coiirt meets on the fourth Vlonday in e ich mouth BI liUsey Judge v F Booker CounVr Clerk TJT S Hayes County Attorney Gorge Catlett Jailer SldneyjOfibpurne Sheriff Sam Apderson HB Powell r HerbertEddleman Ueputis Ea Masters Jarnes F Moore County Surveyor fTXP OBryan Assessor W jT Mitchell Deputy Rib Koe Treasurer JM Montgomery Coroner JFW Bush Supt of Common Schools Pi 0 Springfield i V GITY COURT James R Noc Police Judge John Grace Marshal wIF Grlgsby City Attorney JUST CE COURT JJ tice Counts are held injTannary AprUvJuty and October if C flurch Directory f METHODIST CHURCH Rev G V7 Lon Pastor Ser Iceu 3fl the Eirstnnd Third Sundays in each month at 11 a m and 730 p m SundaySchool every Suuday aam Erayer meting every Wednesday aiht I CATHOIICi CHURCH Rev PI1 Hennessavj Pastor Services lSrtpdtayat8 and 10 clocfc amCjServics atSt Rosesame hours CHRISTIAN CHuRCH Vvr T Wai den Fatter Scivi i fcry Sunday pRESByTDRIAN CHURCH BeV T D Latimer Pastor Eeacliifns every Sunday at U am atajafe 7 pmvSundayBcbool every indny at 10 am Prayer mectin eyerYThrirsdy evening at 7 oclock t BAPTIST CHURCH Ii rRC1i Harrison WilliamsTt preaching every Sunday at t am atin 715 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting 4 Tvcry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock I I Fraternal Orders MASONIC tODGK Springfield lodge No SO meets first and third Mouday lcach month v ghon R A Chapter Nc 57 tri tsJev cry second Tuc8day- S riripfield Council tfo52 meets on rirjr fpurthlMonday CliIGuTS of THE MACASKES Meet d ifo t fOLEVS HONEY AfmiAR NJRrevenis Serious Results From a Cold r Remember r thename Ji f 1sHGngJ snd Tar Insist iition having the genuineT- hree t sIzcs 25CiOq SliOO Prepared or l by Foloy L Ccmpor phlcac- oFrwle bj Jted DrugStore i v r i w l TUP N13WS=LEADI3Rl11rnUUlUIUIflflfl 7 i Oii J lj fri I j JI BOIJND Of TALK l i i The Man At The Desk By Wallace ilnvin in J1 SuccessjjThe Man at the Desk l60k N Asihe writes urtdwrit s in his open 6fc icte bends his back to the task sVT before Like a gaileyslave to hiffhandrubbedI oar v Columns of figureS he marshals by Piled up decimals mountain high Which seem to sin to his well ruled brain j His long monotbnud liferefraim Debit credit voucher pay Discount balance day by day Carried forwardinterestduns thetaonotonousriveEruns TheMan at with the patient look tktkDeskHas followed of the copybook tEarlyto be to rise yet lies nejtl er healthy wfialthy nor Avis- eHonest industripus sober chained To his office cfellhehas long remained Peadbf ambition busy of pen Adding up Sg ires for other men Debit credit remit amount Carried forward close account JI illLUUUKlULUili3lUUUS IUUthe me natonous river runs The Man at tlieDesk with the patient look I IJas written is life inthe open book Has charged up youth with a small amount An crossed ol Love as a closed account Yet bright a ethe tears in his faded eye a As the column of figures marches by BlaQk of mourning bravfc J1ik alast to a yawn ing grave fTDebitnktnktith the voucher bugle play paj J tr interestsduns So river runs TTT ALSE siVEAiiiNGThe grand J jury o4 the recent term of court we ur derstand cimevery nTear returning an indictment against mdn for raIse sw arii ingjrf his testimony before thatii body tbut Called on account of a absent witness This prac tice of swearing falsely especial lyr before a grand jury is carried 011 to an alarming extent we are Jtod and sometimes seriously in te feres with the investigation of offenses against the law Some men be Its id to their shame p bsmaI1vi1ueonthe sacred ness of ari oath and do not besi tate 49 swear to a Jie if theii chances arL in favorof their not being ound out Or some men go Pfr ak to quiet their con irloathirl friend or words to save escapiing punishment for some infraction of the law a man will often swear fdlsely before a court in vestigation This is nqt only a sinful but a dangerous practice A man who willi l deliberaelyjper jure biDs ltwiU not even gain the resp ct of the frieud in who e behjalf he has committed the sin although he may gain his gratitude The practice ofI alltoQIcommon the grand jjury room Such prW t cesS110u1d be severely dejilt with adt nian who has becoDe o depraved as to make aprac tice of false swearing should be i taught a 4esson 4 U3lCTTERWe remarked eolumnlastweekonltheL vailed in Washington c during the past few years asunty1 idenced by our court In this respect we notice that Grant county goes us one better and a recent report of a grand I jury recites that sVJor 93 they nave been able to ascertain there were no violations of law and consequently no indictments were found by that grand jury Grant coUnty is certainly a good county The people of that coun ty attribute the good order and absence Olf qrime to good roads mo1 e than any other one thing In tile Hand Book of Kentucky Grant county is spoken of as fol ows No county in the State has a be tejr system of McAdam fry50o miles and iit allf belongs to the county and vis kept n the highest condition l by skilled wrkjjen enijiloyed and paid by the counts Out bfits treasury PLe roadsVere ma e free some thre years ago qnd have been lVJJJil y il iimproved each year since until they are second to no roadsin the Stxte Every neighborhood and nearly every home in the jdounty is reached by a good turn pike road The r adS are work ed by machinery undera superintendent and tlie outlook for 1the future is excellent ft GROUNDLESSThe thought C starts a report or circulates one without being reasonably certain bfis truthless can cause a peck of trouble1 sometimes A wildeyed report concerning the circum stances of the death of the young man Lewis who was reported as drowned in Chaplin river some lime since has put the county to a lot fcof unnecessary expense and caused no end of trouble andthewere predicted failed to material ize Ifc iig often impossible to originOfteiimalice butmore often someone repeats with embellishments some neighborhood rumOr until it grows and grows into an awful tale A man who starts or who evenrepeats a repprt calculated to injure another should bo held responsible for the cons2quence3 i Deadly Serpent BitesSare as common in India as are stomach arid liyer disorders with I us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative l medicine of which S A Brown C of Eennettsville S C sajs 5 They restored my wife toper feet health after years of stJffer ing with dyspepsia and a chron ically torpid liver Electric Bitters euro chills and fever malI aria biliousness lame bEck kid ney troubjes and bladder dir or ders Sold on guarantee by C Hayaon druggist Price 50c Who is Robert E Woods The Springfield News Leader The long contest over the Lou isville postoffice has been ended by the appointment of Mr Robert E Woods a Louisville law yer to tucceed Dr Baker then present incdmbent The ques f ition is being asked bj prominent Kepublicans over the State Who isJRobert E Woods TJie Hon Robert Emmet Woods is a well known Republican of Louisville An able man and modest A generous man and unobtrusiyo A lloyaf citizen and a believer in the office seeking the man rather than the man seeking the office A faithful a Republican never working the party for selfbenefit but always working for the promotion of Republican principles for public good Robert Emmet Woods will make one of the best Post masters Louisville has ever had i One of the very best public sr vants will he prove that the Re publican party has ever given l to the South His appointment is a lasting honor to the President and tto Postmaster General rCurtelyou Louisville Herald i There is no need worrying along in discomfort because of a disordered di gestion Get a bottle of Kodbl forJ Dyspepsia and see what it pill do for you Kodol not ouy digests what you eat and gives that tired stomacb a needed rest but it 5s a corrective of tbe greatest efficiency Kodol relieves indigestion dyspepsia palpitation of thehert flatulence and sour stomach Kodol win make your stomach young and healthy agan You will worry just in the proportion that your stomach worries you Worry means the loss of ability to do your I best Worry is td be avoided at all times Kodol will take the wgrrv out of your stomach Sold by all druggists 4 Extract of Beef 1 have never thought there wasa man in the world depraved enough nnraily to take the ad vantage of sick and dyin persons hat the captains of indus try iu the great Chicago peeling plants have done uJf you were tosee it manuf c turcd you would Jiardly permit your dog io taste it After cat le of the lowest iaUe hav been cut up portions are cut away U hide the fact that the meat is no o I fl fit to eat and these pieces in some cases diseased are boiled with soda in a great yat The Ilsteam that arises is condensed and mixed with a patented syru- r1that is Extract of Beef THE FAMOUS EMBALMED BEEF SCANDAL I wrote to Gen Miles and brought about the embalmed beef expose whicn resulted in thousands of cans of beef being turned back on the packers by the GovernrxntHaF ever thought of what happened to this beef It isjsaid tbat the packers simply tore off the labels from the cans had prettier ones print ed and began tx sell it to the public With l the past few months itis alleged the trust tried to swindle the Japanese Government by palming off the remain der of this stuff but was caught in the act and the Japanese or der was cancelled Extracts from Herman Hirschaucers Ex pose of tthe Beef Trvst Following the Flag When our soldiers went to CuI iand the Philippines health was the first consideration Wil lis T Morgan retired Commis sary Sergeant U S At of Ruii ral Route 1 Codcord N ff sayst I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippinesand be ing subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption whish kept mein per fecU health And now in Newt Hampshire we find it tbe best medicine in the world for couhsJ coldr bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed at J Haydon druggist Price 0c and 100 Trial b ttlc free Tafliam Spring5Lj Born to the wife of Valoitei Royalty a boycMiss Hester Nbell visited herIsister Mrs Della Carey lastJJ week Mrs Wbrnell the manager of the hotel at this place arrived several weeks ago and now has everything in perfect oraer for receiving boarderISeveral from this place attended the decoration and so diers reunion at Rockbridge Wednesday Mr George Dean and Misses Anna and Maud Royalty visited i friends at Corniihville Saturday ight and attended the singing Sunday at Cornishville taught by Pi of Sanders Seaf Royafty and wife andI John Royalty and wifes isited at the home of Valoise Royalty Sunday Miss Ethel Rogers of Fenwi k visited friends at this place lasts week There seems to be a great stir in this part of the county about whiskey If everybody will votes they talk we wont have very much trouble to get rid of this great drink that is rumiLg our country so fast If th women c could only vote there wouldnt be any trouble I am sure Rev Bumpers pastor of the i church at this place has resign ed his resignation to take place in JulyJ The church has called o Rev Hatchett for the ensuing year f We regret very much to 1 give up Bro Summers as he is a good preacher While he iscgoing to leave us we hope he will visit us often in the future and we wisn him great success t in his work Sunday school at this place ev ery Sun Ylevening at 3 oclocktt Evervbody attend and help carrry on this great works Messrs 0scar and Ollie Foster visited relatives at Pleasant Hill Saturday night and Sunday r t Buy Hair atAuctionE At any rate you seem to be getting rid of it on auctionsale principles going going gone u Stop the auction with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair no mistake about this It acts as a regular medicine makesI the scalp healthy Then you must have healthy hair for its natures way The bstktad ottetiOaii- olIt 1CHeTer sixty years rL 7er oe Lawali aaaa4gnrs at A SAlSAPAlfru PILLS lJePICJlERIYPEC1ORA- Lfl flAI BIG VERDICT A Jury Awards 1000 Dam ages Against the Cum berland Telephone Co The trial of the case of the Cartwrights Creek Telephone Co composed of J Rich Smith and others against thei Cumber land Co for 2 000 damages for allege breach of contract consumed all of last Saturday in Circuit Court and resulted lit a verdict of 000 by the jury in favor of the plaintiff The case attracted a good deal of interest and was warmly con tested by attorneys for each side The verdict was in the nature of a surprise to those who had followed the case closely as few predicted a verdict for so large an amount The case v ill probably be takeu to the4ourt- of Appeals by the defendant telephone Co Judge Tnpr nan overruled a motion fora new trial The verdict is for puni tive damages andl the result r f the tiial unless the case is reversed by the Cocrt of Appeals will be that the Cumberland Telephone Co will be compelled to take in this county line by giving it connection with the Springfield exchange The claims in the suit as brought out at the trial was tint the Cumberland people through their agents had agreed to meet the Cariwright Crepk Telephone Co within u mile and a half of Springfield and to connect their lies with the Springfield exchange Tie plaintiffs claimed that they went ahead and constructed the line with that undemanding and that wh n called upon the Cumber fand rjsople refused to comply Wil tieir agreement The latterl mpsiny denied the contract butI the ju y decid d that the don ract was madeawarded punitive damages against the defendant company for its failure to com ply Attorneys jFarleigh of Louisvi IP and C Ci SlcUnord off this pUce represented the Oumberiard Telephone 0- 0whiJeVc McChord and T Sept Mayes appeared for the p ainiffs In theaction Asthma Sufferers Sbcnld Know This Foleya Hone and Tar has cured matt y cases of asthma thnt were con sidered hopeless Mrs doIpnBue8 ing 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold con tracted twelve years ago was glecI ted until it finally grew into astJtmaI The Jtest medical skin available couldI givcime more thin temporary relief FoleyB Honey and Tar was recom mended and ode fifty cent bottlecn tirely cured me of asthma which had beengrowing on me for twelve years nd if I had taken it at the start I would have been saved years of suffer igi For sale by the Red Croea Drug stoeII i Reported Confession Winchester Ky Passengers iomiDg from Jackson this after noon brought the report that Curt Jett who is now confined in the Cyuthiana jail awaiting his second trial for tile murder f James Cockrell has made a full confession telling what he knows of the lulling of Dr Cox James Cockrell and J B Mar um It is claimed that among other he says that B J Ewen inI the Marcum case jtold the truth from beginning to end and that Tom White had told him that the testimony of Mose Feltner rel ative to the plots to kill Mrtrcum ere all true Sam Jettand Bli Jouett who have been prosecuting Curb Jett would neither deny nor comtirm the report stating that they had seen no confession Insurance IInsureilInsurance Company City Kythe only company in the State that mattes any claim of paj ing its losses in full yr Lightnings Curious Pranks Lightning did some very funny stupts Monday afternoon during the electrical storm and rain flurries that visited this section There were minv narrow and exciting incidents happened hut no damages of a jenous nature have been reported At the iioiiof Otto Allfield near Pryorsburg there were a numb3r of people fright ened Mr W M Price and Bob Watts of Mayfield were there when Ithe storm came up Mr Watts had his graphopbone ini operation but the music was soOt brought to a close by the sudden and pealing clap of thunder Vfr Price says the report sound nearIfire ll shad throughout the house in all directions On ex ammin r the outside of the house iit was discovered that several bricks were knocked from the chmney and several planks from the side of the house and black spots in various places ss if it had been scorched The streaks of lightning it seems wenfentire Ay around the house but strange to say no one was shockSd in the slightest way except that a Blister was made on a childs face who was in the house Mayfield Messenger Feel Mueiiten Doom The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of right Disease and diabetes has been chang to thankfulness by the benefit de rived from taking Foleys Kidney Cure It will cureincipient Brlghts disease and diabetes and even in the vorst cases gives mfortand relief Slight disorders are cured iin a few days I had diabetes in Its worst form writ s Marion Lee of Dunreath End I tried eight physicians with out relief Only three bottldSof Foleys Kidney cure made me awe1 man Sod by the Red Cross Drug Kore r ANTIOCH Since our last writing we have hud plenty of ralir and tobacco setting is the chief occupation of the day Crops are looking well but the grasshoppers are at work since the rain Rev Lowen of Witmbre preached an excellent sermon ut Antioch church llist Sunday Wednesday May 30 was Dec oraticn Day at this pldre and there was a large crowd Revs Hatchett Bohenon and Johnson were present The graves were nicely decorated Mrs Isaih Hill and little SOilI Harold visited her pttrns last week There was a number from lUrk land attended the Decoration at Pairview Mr Willie Barnett accompanied by Miss Addie MooreVas the guest of their uncle Mr A J Mopreand family last Sunday Mrs W S Y Goodlett und three little girls of your town visited her mother Mrs Vells Mr Ed Simpson of Simpson rifle brought asuit against the Fairview church for painting the roof Thy case was tried in Captain Barnetts Court Saturday Mr Simpson was defeated A number from this place at tended the Decoration at Qld PdirviewSaturday amoz g whom were Messrs Granvilc Brown James Snyder r Haslcins Stan Icy Maddox and VViiie House For Rent A good five room boOse on 04st side of Wall street above Tumey Rileys stable for rent Apply o T W Simms YouthfuLAdventurers When George Scrushaim agedI S years and his brother James aged 13 sons Qf George Scrug ham former resident of Danville and traction promoter told their tearful tale of woe to constable at Lawrenceburg Ind early Wednesday morning their faith in the tales of adventure they had been reading was sadly sha ken They had believed it wa 1edty for them to journey toihe- LFr i West tiM there find a friend ly Indian or two who would tell them all about how to fish lQd hunt and trap and have a glo rious time for they had been redingsucbadventures in story books and surely liose writers did not tell anything but the truth Itwas bacauseof that belief that they left their home at 2620 Gilbert avenue Cincinnati Tuesday and started On their journey tto what thoy thought would be the land of enjoyment They got to Lawrenceburg and the constable knowing they were strangers inquired where they were going and the tyo hungry ard tired boys were glad tosry that they wanted to go home The kirdtiearled officer took charge of them and soon learned what th v had started from homp for Their patents were com municatedi with DanviUeNews Smokiroc Iin a Powr MggazlllC Is courting death more suddenly but not more Surely t6an neglecting fod ney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure ill cure a slight disorder In a few days and its outtn jed use willcure the most ubtinata easer It has cured many people of Brigit Disease and diabetes who were thought to be incurable If you have kidrey or blad ler trouble cdiairenco taking Foeys IUd ey Cure before it is too late Soldby Red Cross Drug Store = 5000 Damages t Attorney EmmettPuryear leftI this morning for Lfxinglon where he will file in the Fayette Circuit Court this afternoon a damage suit for 5000 against the Campbell H german Female attOlneyIcity v V I In the first clause of the peti tion they will seek a mandatory injunction to compel thecollege to deliver to Miss NicGinnis her diploma In the next clausethey1 I mountl9fty not permitting Miss McGinpis to graduate witjiher class and for the humiliation id dent to this treatment Attorney Purfyear stated this afternoon tbatj 0theplaintiffof law to offer and would un tbeyakllfOlJ in the meantime She case will ba tried at the next term of thai fayette Crcuit Court and itbe plaintiff will be represented byI I 1 Attorneys RobrtHrdinc alKl- E V Puryjjar of Danville wish Allen Hunter and John Thin can1 of Lexington as asaisUnt counsel Air McGfinnis father ofvih voun lady nd one of Danyilles respected citizens stated that his was sorry it was necessary to en her litigation and be did alliai lhis power to prevent it and h thinks his daughter made suffi cient apolQgy to tke class and facjltr bub he 13 deterBaine Ihat usttceshoulctb dealt out Danville Advocate a PROTECf YOUt VITAliTY i Rtd Cross Drui SIr g JcHslblc A4 vice to Take earer the v rtu Did you ever istop to think of the duty tbjat you owe toyoirJ self and tojy our family to pro tect your vitality so thit your powers mar be always at their best L v Just consider yourself a won derful and complicated machine perpetually working atllwKr ing out The vital part of the human machine ik the hWhn it is strongjand acts naturallyI t so that digestion is perfect a11d the food tht furnishes lirstMa pojver 15 stibUIMend the waste 1 property removed then wecaa do our best work and get the JImost enjoyment t of life On the otjher band if the stosi ach gives out allthel vittllOIAlr s will soon become weak ntdand diseased Jhere will be bead aches backaches pains lathe side and limos specl s before tha eyes Iloss of appe ite aleeplcaa ness weakness and debility lveril take care of the digestion bY strengthening the atomach with Mi ona tablets a remedy which they absolutely guarantee1isipositive cure for all stoibach troubles ejxccpt cincer of the tstomacb and sellit with theIi derstandin tbatit costs mothlm lff unless it cures SUrifprd COM Wet At the local option election held in Stanford last Sawriyo the W tSJwere victorious by 44 majorityj Stanford t as Voted TY saloons out and has voted theai in several itimes the lasttweatj years It Has ben a lioease town now for severn yssis Tie election was hela under toe old Jocal option law and ipt 1 under the county Unit law An A1ariit tutIaI frequently results from nfglfck clogged bowes anI torpid liri + er until constipation beocMMf chronic This co ditkm tui known to b ewbo OM Dr Kings Kew tile Pil1ttbebfft C i and gentlest regulator of tofa It ach and bowels Gnaraetetl by CJ Havdon druggist Pnos 25c v t t1t kiik E Have Yon Bought a New Buggy Yet Iu o + t If you Have not placed your order you ll do well to give us a calla f We chrry a nice line of the celebrated MOYER and ANCHOR wa buggies both ste land rubber tIre3 runabouts lur era Ls pt4cs f to you and be convinced that we HAVE ThE GOPS AND WILL MAEE THE PRICES E See our Mei eOf Blue Grass Lam Mowcr all slM J ai1PriI = E 61 D Robertson 8 Co l 1 w aJ V THE NEWSLEADER PVL1ZD Iriy TKUZSDAT SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPRINGFIELD KY oE LDAVISONjJr tAlr 1t1 BBoUCeSttocents per- th subs qneMInserton 0113 on cSulfiaatefl aid political matte pjrllB Job work is doaa at t l3wratesbnt cash Cf1 nC t t eJR33 f Anr rtlalag coatracts made on lliberall eralpbltuarlei and resolutions of respect aU per line t AJOJODXCWMST- SCtowty Magistrate 35- 00striet Offices KOO THURSDAY JUNE 14 1906 Ware authorized to announce Robert No- iis candidate fbV the fiia of Clerk O the Washington Onquit Coqr subject to the action of The Demo erratic partv i JJThe t Democratic State Execu tive Committee in sessionin Lou isviller Tuesday decided to call a primary November 6 for the purpose of nominating candi dates for State offices and at the fame time nominating a candi date for United States Senator to be voted for by the Legisla trein19O8 Louisville is doing the honors handsomely this week In wel coning the home coming Ken I tuQldans in spite of the rough weather Hubert Vreeland For Secr tary of State Sb much encouragement has been given Hubert Vre land our present active and progreSsiveyoungCommis sioner of Agriculture to offer himself again as a candidate for aState office that after mature consideration he has decided to become a candidate for Secretary of State It certainly looks like he has won for himself the back lnTof the farmers of Kentucky for whatever he may seek and in recognition of his efforts in their behalf since his election as State Commiss loner thousands have urged him to offer for another State office since I the Constitution makes him ineligible for reelection Mr Vreeland his accomplished something4in an office that was created for the farmers but which had been of very little benefit t T them and itis refreshing to the Democrats of Kentucky when they find public servants who devote all their time and thought to fulfilling the duties of their office with energy arid intelligence Mr Vreelandis the youngest of the present State officials and Until the last State election had never been a candidate for office Although it was lila flrst appearance he won Kisnomi nation for Commissioner of Agricul tare by a majority of 26000 next to largest majority received by any can didate In the State primary although rojpcsd by two prominent candidates ff who made most vigorous campaigns l Ir Vreeland has personal acquaint bee probably not surpassed by any other young man in Kentucky ex tsnding to scores and hundreds in avery one of the 110 counties in Ken tucky He is a brother of John W Vreeland publisher of the Farmers Home Journal and at the head c f the Democratic Executive Committee COUItjandeditor of the OOUri Journal who for ten jearswas the Legislative corr slpondent of the CourierJournal at Frankfort The Democratic nominations for State offices ivill be made again by State prfinary in November and Mr Vreeland has begun an active cam paigns Tfp to the present time he has no opposition texas v Miss Louie Hayes returned home Sunday after a pleasant visit to friends at Gravel Switch Mr L B Purdom was at Gray el Switch S4nday afternoon Mrs Robinson has returded Jo her home inj Louisville after a Dlaasant visit to Ler daughter Mrs D A Cjosby- Wilhelni Peterson was at Green ChapelTuEsday He was accom panied home by Miss Nancy Sweazey who after a short visit to her sister Mrs J Do Peter son has returned home Mr John Hunsjate of Nelson county was at tle hom of Dr A Y Hatchett He was acconi panied home Sundav by Miss Nancy Sweazey E N Kimberlin is ill of typh old fever at the home of his par ents Otis Brads aw who nas been working for the telephone com py fur the past three months has returned Born to the wife of Robt Bra dy last week a girl Mrs J Lfewis Harmon of Bowling Green arrived Monday fora yisit to her parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Eimberlin KHIsboro t We wiH try to take our pace rnong the U N Us but never since we have been writing for newspapers have we ever SEen news items so scarce From all indications the wheat crop of this vicinity will be the best for mans yearsrrhe oat crop will be a failure The farmers are very much be hind with their work and hinds cannob be secured at any price Insects are doing much damage to tobacco We are glad to report bur sick Mesdames J A Coulter T W Sutherland and John Shewmaker much improved Chas Oder and family of Fen wick and Squire John Gordon and daughter Miss Effie of Rock Bridge attended church here Sunday Vil1iS1burg place Miss Maggie Smith who will teach the fall term will be gin about the firsbof July Douglas Royalty has located his saw mill near Perry ville where he will saw lumber for several barns Quite a number from here at tended the Macabees at Wilhsburg SundaydecoratioiI eveningI The crowd was treated Ii good speeches by the Springfield members Mrs J D jSutberland has re parJ1entsTom Coulter sold a harness horse to W PJ Merritt fOr 125 Bud Mountgomery sold a cow and calf to Dud Sutherland for 35 Rev HP Walker the popular young minister ofi the M El church at Mackvijle was in odr midst Thursday looking af er some of hjs flock that had becom scattered Rev Walker is a fine l f i t i I = j CONTINUE Those who are gaining flesh and otrength by regular treat mont with Scotts Emulsion 1 should continue the treatment in hot weather smaller dose and a little cool milk with Itwill do away with any objection which Is attached to fatty pro ducts during the heatedseason Send for free sampls i SCOTT nOWNE Chemists 409415 Pearl Street New York and Ji 00 all druggists man and we are glad to Iiave him with us often J S Sutton and family Ed- Settle and family o FerWick and Lee Fettle aid family ol IJpnyvillei spent Sunday with the family of JV Settle at Lo cust Grove people of this vicinity Irheto have met at the church evening tt1 clean off the graveyard and do some re pair vork on the church but the lainprev nled them so they will select a date in tthe near fu tureWe are grad to seethe people taking an interest in it Rev J A Sims filled hs reg uar appointment here Sunday mornihg He announced that he was ready to bpld a series cf meptings and requested that all who were in favor of the m eting stand up Only one voted for it to begin Of ct urse the meeting flew off irto the future They say it was to 3 busy a time for a meeting but as busy as it may be WQwill all have to answer the suinmtns when it comes whether we arc busy or not We do not thint that people should ever get too busy to attend c lurch Rev Thos Brown an old Elder in the Farview church gave us a fine talk in the evening on Church Work that was calculated to dp the church here gladtIiagaininLILAC You cannot induce a Iower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well Afiicksdog starves himself and geL well The btomach pncfoyerworked muat hate rest the same as your feet or eyes You dorft have to ctarye U rest your stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia takes up the jvork for your stomach digests what you eat and gives it a rest Puts it back incohdi i tion again You cant feel good with a disordered stomach Try Kcdol Sold by all druggistsi Pleasant Hill t Mrs Sarah Hedger of Cornish yule spent several days of last week visiting intlyis community Mesdames S rah Hedger Eli za roster Amanda Royalty and daughter spent Wednesday at Jas Hedgr IIthehomef Pinkston of Lou visiting relatives in this community We have recently heard of the marriage of EcUard Stiro of Shepherdsyille to Mis Lizzie Snyder of Harrodsourg We extend congratulations s 1f J A Durr and wife spent Sunday with the family of Alphonso Val lies of Card well Misses Suie Col via Susie jKaysaifd Ceiestus Rays spent Tuesday jvith Misy Bessie Rays at Fairvijw IThe siucerest tribute that can be paid to superioritv is iimitation The many imitations of DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve that are now before the public prove it the best Ask for Dc Witts Good for burns scalds chaffed SKin eczema tetter cuts boils and piles Highly recomniQiided and reliable Sold by all druggists rValley Hill VI will ask the readers of oor letter to excuse our negligencei j this week in capturing news items However each one will that owing to the realizeI sons the Business and social circles have been broken into by workthatneeded to be done Mr and Mrs SG Reddicks of this place visited relatives near Willisburg Wednesday and Thursday J Do Piles vlmo has been quite ill for the past week is conval escent Mr D C Kellyiis now lying in critical condition at his home at this place from a complication of d soases Eis many frends will regretta loarnof his sudden illness and the serious nature thereofW Moran who has been quite ill during the preceding Spring months from general do bjlity is only slightly improved It this writing Friends wish for him speedy restoration to health Eddie Pink stoli convalescent from a very se ious attack of mumps aud his friends will be glad to know that he is able tj resume his taskQn the farm Mrs Thos Baker of Hillsboro was in our midst Wednesday Your correspondent made a pleasure trip to Lebanon Satur day Many from this place attended the lecture delivered by Judge 1 H Thurman at Mt Zon Sunday afternoon all of whom were more than repaid for the trip by the many things clearly expounded about the red demon Mstall the farmers of this section are through setting tohac co and Ihinning co rnand are now preparing fdr harvesting Harry Derringer and wife vis- itedp day relatives near Mt Zion Sun Several from this pace attend ed the ice cream supper ut Mr Ed Grigsbys near Mooresville Monday night Several are organizing a lub 0 attend Home Coining tIlls week which promises to be one sof the most enjoyabe occasions ever in reach of our citizens No one knows how much pleasure can be dericedfrom a few hours spent with Burning frierds Your hUmbe corespondent of this place is the proud owner of aj very antique relic in the shape of a reap hook which is doubtless a century old judging from the number of years ilnee our count v was blessed with an ingeni ous machinist who constructed the reaping mac inerrhi lit tie tuolis of no intrinsic value to anyone however it is much priz ed by the owner to whom it was recently presented by a friend It is indeed curioqf to compare the reap hook and a sef binder and ponder over the hardships of our forefathers who knew ab solutely nothing of such a labor saving device Uxd lTHE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kid ney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scjd by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr IE W Hall 2920 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estiraonials Peekaboo Waists Tronion N JRv Pathfr Thaddeus Hogan one of them st prommet Catholic rectors of the Diocese of Trenton cro a ed consternation among the n Curtains variety of Lace Curtains days 105 pairs i Point that we will their actual value this I lor 4T0 j for 350 lor soO aiues for 2 50p nl es for 200 for 125 i alues for 100 rtains dont fail to see this lot their actual value T women in jlis cor gre atiou when he sharply rebuked tbem for the iramopesty of their summer at partieIboo waists Hedeclarcd that such dress iis unbecoming any decent and should not be womanI a1ha1 and appearance should prevail He also expressod himself very emphatically against the growing practice of placing elaborte dcprations on grave3 PhYSClan Treated llIm iOa1oce N T4 Yancy of Paducah Ky writesUl had as vcre case of kidney disease and thr 3e of the best physic ians iin Kentucky treated me without success i then t Qk Foleys Kidney Cure The first bottle pave immediate relief and three bottles cured me per manently I gladly recmmend this wonderfnl remeay Sold by Red Gross Druff Stoic Was She a Spotter The Girl who made herself odoriferous at a nuiiibar of Central Lentacky points a short time ago iis be lievedjby railroad men to have been a spotter sent out by th- eLN to spy upon them It is aJIeged that reports 8gaim some of the railroad men have been filed at headquarter and the dates tally with the meteoric flight of that dear girl Whether a spotter or not she was John nie onthe spot hat ought to haVe been chassd out of town Oynthiaua Democrat The lady will be remembered here by her many victims She made a rich haul in by acquaint ng herselff with several of the easy ones capturing tbir loose change f0r the article she called perfumery Harrods urg Democrat Thousands annually bear witnessi the of Early Risers These pleasant reliable little pills have long borne a reputation second to none as a llaxative and cathartic They are as Staple aQ bread in millions of homes Pleasant but effective Will proniptly relieve constipation without griping Sold by all druggists ine iulI p The chief objections to the hand sap amtor art its first ctwtHiMl the labor of turning and washing machine but wlton we oof islder that the Increased product inHrfe from the saving ib loss of fat in skim milk alone over the best of flier Wfhods of creaming to say nothing of Its other advantages ihounts to from 5 t610per ycCrfor wcli cow ItrvlH be seen that the sepa rator will soon pay for Itself The la her of washing the machine Is also a small con lderfttloll when compared with tho labor of washhif time utensils rwiuired for either the shallow pan or deep setting methods O no Taylor OutMrio Experiment Station I Crowing DucUllnrrx With a view to securing data relative tjtiw cost of raising ducks five newly hatchel Ieklu ducks itt the ltah sta don Were fed for nine weeks a mix tiers of ground grains and skim milk In U c form of a mash with cut bones atUTa little green alfalfa The grain eonslstwl of bran shortg wheat corn roltal oats and linseed meal In varying proportions At the close of the period the ducks had tiiaste a total gain of 273 pounds Each poinul of gala re iulreil 32 pounds grain a Ilka amount of skim uillk and XI 0 pound meat scrap the cost bclngt303 cents r t tk i i fj 4 J SPECIAL SALE OF SUMMER GCODS M Carpets Wall Paper and Lace C rtainsIr= Q U d QtiWpre preparedtqt show the largest assortment of Printed and Wash fabricsswe have g 44 ever shown consisting of Batiste Organdies Dotted Swiss Fine Dimities Silk Tissues fc Jj cerlzed Checks etc v 11 LLLace Nottnghams Curtains In Perfumery Harrodsburg efficiency the Carpets For tne next 30 days WQ will waitel special prices all grades df Carpets in Axministers Voveta A Brussells Ingrains Sultanas and Hemps Lineo lewns Mattings and Oil Cloths Wall Piper We will also offer fortM xtthirtydoys our en glreC7ular15c paper 30 124cpaperSAc t-lOc paper 7c 7Ic pager Gc Border nod OMIinge to match any yrall p jt f i i i Cunningham 8 Duncan tI iti tl ii TTTKILL THE COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New Discovery FOR CONSUMPTIONI 5Qc10Free PrIce Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TTBOTJB LES or MONEY BAGS IFAe1SIN FEW LINq No bird of prey has the gift of song The smallest quadruped In the world the pygmywouse of Siberia It la now proposed to mae snlts of clothes of paper which can be thrown away when soiled It Is thought that the game of vhlst was first played In the tUne of King Henry VIII of England I Edinburgh has adopted a scheme for collecting for charity through a central office on Hnesof the Liverpool system otICcredelciaii who shall discover a permanent cure for cancer From Paris conies the news that the best people Are taking snuff again and giving It A medical paper bolsters up the fad by saying that a few pinches a day will guard against influenza- It is the custom In Brittany to dig up the borfes of the dead after a certain time and preserve the skull only In a small box with a heart shaped opening In Its front Each box Is marked with the name und date of the dead The will of a Xatlck Mass man who died recently provides large sum of money the Interest of which Is to bd expended every year In buying elec tric car rides for school children be tween the ages of six and ten years Ladles seldom rise ih Spain to re ceive a male visitor and they rarely accompany him to the door For a Spaniard to give a lady even Ills Wife lila arm when out walking Is looked upon as a decided violation of propriety One of theresnlts of the last Gennari census was the discovery that the Vil loge of Boerbuseh In the district of Burgdorf In Hanover has only tour Inhabitants two males and two fe metes and Is therefore the smallest municipality In the world A jrpod many men judge the quality of cicrars by the HttlQ yellow specks on the wrappers A dealer declared that these spots are due to drops of dew acting glasses and making ashurulllgI the tobacco leaves It la not a test of quality at nil There mire no white soldiers or police In British New Guinea where the na tlvos number 3COOOO The government consists of a British administrator an executive council and the magistrates stationed at centers near the coast There are 500 nonofflclal white rest dents Some of the large paper machines of the country supply a stream of paper at the rate of a mile In ten minutes Great difficulty Is experienced when this sheet of paper breaks for the bro ken shreds come so fast that the room fis filled before the machine can b stopped At the Austrian court perishable arti des never appear twice on the Imperial tablQ Thus there are large perquisites for the various atteridants To one man fall all the uncorked bottles to another the wine left In the glasses to another joints and to another the game or the sweets In an endeavor to foster home In dustry the Canadian government has established a number of bounties to be paid to manufacturers and miners who last year aggregated 1900000 on Iron and steel products 334000 on lead 133000 oii crude petroleum find 13000 on manila fiber Among the most precious books In the library of congress Is a copy oflA Revised System lot Cavalry Tactics For the Use of the Cavalry and Mounted Infantry Cl S AV by Major GeI eral Joseph Wheeler C S A The book wnsxpubllshed In Mobile Ala In 1SC3 The hook was picked lip at an auction sale for 05 cents 1 Sir Robert BalU who has been mak- Ing careful studyof the glacial pe riod announces tliht the next great frigid epoch In the nOr heni hemisphere will come about 200000 years from now and coyer all notheru Europe and the northern part of North AmerI- ca wltblice thick enouht overtop the highest mountains and fill tthe deepest valleys Dr Daniel Eqlla a New York min- Ister hrfs compromised his clalm against the New York Central railroad for the fracture of twenty bones pn viaduct collision last fall Figuring on the basISjof 1000 a bone the conV pauy has agreed to pay h1rn20000- for his injuries Tills Is con lderel to be quite a step In advance In regard to the basis for personal injury claims Locket up la a bank vault at fled ding cal Is the flag which Fremont unfurled on the summit of the Rockies In 1841 The banner was made vlth Mrs Fremonts own hands previous to tier husbands start on his exploring tour In the far west The flag differs troth the standard Unlted States flag itt field only where a large Anierlcan eagle surrounded by twentysix stars Is skillfully wrought hi band embroid ery Judge J T Fleming of Oklahoma lIs one of the unique characters of Ulat territory He served for several year4 In the Confederate army and voted the first time in his life for Grant and the last time for Ilarrlsou lie Is proud of his record as a Confederate soldfc but nt tho same time ho believes that evenly Union soldier should bejmld a pension ot 50 a month for the reason that they saved the greatest union of states on earth Recent discoveries indicate that moths diiotfly about candles out of mere curiosity but simply because there is ah irresistible power compelling them to flutter to the flame This force is called hellotroplsm nudJ ex actly the same attraction that makes flowers turn toward the sun The blind earthworm because of Us well known tendency to crawl way from the lIght Is eaUl to have negative licllotropisni The stronger the source of light the greater Is the attraction or repulsion ProfltnWc Colt A colt if inis worth keeping at alL ought to Sell tot enough as a three yearold to pay for his keep and If he should happen to turnout a cracker Jack the price ho would sell for would be a small fortune to an ordInary farmer and more than one mortgage has ben tilted by such a sale Horse Breeder iiiiViititiW iWl lijwjWW I Coot Clothes Ii mother stimuli fcdco days learned larger lambs breeds grain month scattr Are whkt eofferincrft r men cutomers fr DOWaoowe are prepared 1r tofityououtFrom to Foot I teCJ We especially attractive line of 75 ko 150 TQKeep Cool fI1 Buy of new tnegligee Collars Iand Cuffs attached f tGentlemens half j styles and Mtens Oxfords fpatent Ileather S Iand calf iiWOllEIi AND FANY VESTS IIIII 3 Genuine Panama at 5 and If you ar11 3 going on a trip let us you a nice Suit cue f lI GRUNDY A MGlNTIBE L 3 w f m mM VMu fOOOOV GGiTime Flies Is adage Its a juBpt tk clock to chasm and what have Thefirst ckcrode chronometer Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry what round store stock reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry Stoc v m nev buy from me t James J Gra ktToaj OOOO Q i t Ei ITo Close Them Outl f I t H v c rhave had mark f good run of hammock sales this t J season and have only a fewT J tt which I will offer V JJ i lPhces to Make eJ5v rrhmn S SeUo1 i 1 B Lf11- o Gome and get one before th i g iheyareall gone III dpnrr i = f intend to carry tverything in the FtlrizitT + l1 1 T W ELEACHMANr I I THE FURNITURE MAN Y t i WE HAVE TO INVJ3STF f V FOR CLIENTS f 750000 TO S1OOOOOO V in good Electricl or Steam Railway Manufact rin Bank or TTrust Company propo itkhc 4 TE BUY AND SELL t- X cifif Buy and sell entire issues municipal and corporBtipa J X bonds and are prepared furnish for any inerito J X tious proposition x Have to lean anyA Y proposition J I W GlLMORJB iScOa Jwt t 9 l S Cirs Lnutb As moans the lamb Is lhorn place It with Its In a Individual pen The pen need not bo more than five feet square apd may be constructed of panels After three or four the shepherd cap make sure that the lamb Is anti has to nurse Then the owes and lambs may be turned Into a compartment from which the can escape at will through 0 lamb creep Shropshire lambs or simi lar will eat by the time they are Farming Green FOOt For Clilck It Is to let tha elilcks have access to green l at nil tluios lln clover bay cut with an cuttc Jlb and also makes a ycr1 in tcr to tli2 fa tni r we too jtut C E fhave an X tShirts at 10 from cents f 1 w one our style Shirti with hose in f all in tan v Hats 10 sell = t f1f WA an old big though from the time of first now Bridge tke you cl the one of today almqst is you find the year at my jewelry Mr new g tr v a left at V I J as vi any over r f r of to capital money on NoTl of lambing oSvned one old advisable fed ordinary excellent fCi tj nonever to give iJat Mwt iod at iMy i on a clean board kttlctlte dlktjaMt D all they will asd tlMii rv1 c fls fi board At other time care aeld iw taken that they be kcjpt aryorM fIU least sufficiently M te W isie is Nt where fresh feM to effered s rrirThe value of a tblcjujr ptpvteM os n munitr of a well erpiiitaii mttftary JtII Fleadentome ayatem for prtyltonr a NMTT 4carefillyJtufM t eartiiqaake thpie ef xnr tf vMeace are three = spnr4J Dpotiue pib4Ic mld bjr titeuoaJrrued dlater LouUrlHe CowrlerJo r MJ uDRJj 1 BURTON If RKtlDfcNT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN Abcffaga Block up stairs PRIN FIELD i Y All iicntaT Work Strictly Firstclass Dr3Tli IAMPTON DR JC MUDD AMPTON MUDD iItiSjiiciins and Surgeons Office over Haydons Drugstore JIll J WF GRIGSBY 1 ATTORNEYATLAWI 7 Qc over Peoples Bank 8PRIGFIELD KY rB RoBARDS M W HYATT J RoBARDS HYATT Physicians and surgeons t Office over McElroy Sbultz J DR JH HOPPER PHtSJCIAH and SOH6EOH tilt PHONES Office Over Lf OIBce 97 Hagans Grocery ResM nce 71 JOHN Y MAYESF- UHElillLJ UIHECTOR f lIIOOCEJISEBEMfiALMERD 7 t TELEPHONE PAYflO NIGHT 74 tJ SPRlNGFffiLD KY fjJ Rairoad Schedule Following is tbe time schedule V nowin effect on the Bardstown and SprmgGeld braqch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 p m Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm t No 42 Leaves Springfield at s53O a ni Bardstpwn 617 am Brds own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 780 am Bar stown Junction 830 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm NO44Leaves pringfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion7v435 pmi arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville ga5 aJIl No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junctieo 650 pm Bards town a 758 pm arrives at Springfield 825mm Bonds Carriage Repair Shop All kinds wood work and up holstering done Grain Cradles onhand for sale rbave for sale now one new handmade buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second baud spring wagon ttj 1wil1 work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash W H BOND Springfield Ky FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES w i v Baked Daiily Always good always fresh We have a new Baker who is an are tistat making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery tt i iC B1 Leghorns Exclusively Eggs for sale 100 for 15or Si5Ofor3O itc MRS LN REED IL FD No3 11 60 YEARS t EXPERIENCE PATENTS TRADE MARKS 0 DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cIbtClfteeeniUric uketcb and deicription may 1 qnleklT eortllin otU OlInIon tree wbeUler nrentlnn probably pntenUbla Conimnnlea UOllulrlcltreonl1dcuUAI on Palenla- Htlt free thIest ltener for sccurlmtgpatOlitS liiteuta taken Ulroullh ilnun Co receive liptdaw without chnrO lAtbo- r CiSdennfic Rmrkaottndinpielf lllntnii d wcektf Tersest clr J t3gjjenta Yorkfoai r f w h take a dozen tImIngs to cure jll t coigb Kennedy Laxativ jlIPtey and Tar allays the cf ngeition 43i that ticklIng dr ves the cold out Wpugli our bowels Uold by dtJJ iatsjt 1 ITOWN w w Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest i b AllAbout Xourseirj Friends I and Acquaintances i5W cQ MMW i country sorghum at Oi J JreH Best 4 3year old apple viner atP Thoma4 t Xtra special ta gains in Lace GUI tains at Robertson Bros f yAll kinds of buggy whips from 10 cents tfp at J Thomas See the special bargains for Friday and Saturday at Robert son Bros J Country JardH country hams and sides wanted Highest price paid at P J Thcmas v t FOR SALE A jgpod milk cowf fresh and a good milker Apply to John F Simlns i A nice lot of Jironstone china ware direct front England Cheap this week at P T Thomas Just received new Iqtonadies white Linene itsand separate skirts at Robsrtson Bros Best market price paid at alll times for country produce cas h if preferred C W Hagan Wantd1OOO gallons of nice cherries Wilt pay the bestmar 4ket pnce for them CW Hagan The best Elastic Roofing Paint on themarket1 For sale by TV C Fcley Sprlngtield Carriage Shop 1j Meps fancy oilcshii4Ocworth at this time 15tper cent more than the price we quote Pir Thomas Why not talj fyour country hams toO W Hagan and get the liiahest market price for them rcash if preferred Mens under hirjs at 18 cents wortb 25 cents Ladies vests 5 20 15 and 2Q dents worth 10 ti 25 cents atPT Thomas L s40nthe treets 6f Spring field or on the road lleading to my farm an Open face silver watch with leather fo attached to it Findffr will receive reward by returning it to John F Simms For 10 days J will allow you 15 pet cent discount off mens pants shirts slices and socks in order to make ropm for newgoods Call at once aid goods aP J TpOf1 IFJIlinethe From now on you can at anv time get thei best and freshest vegetables that are on the mar keb bcanireaot cucumbers strawberri sj pineapples in fact anything that Is on the market I c two Hagan Call at via Foleys Carriage Paint Shop and get prices and samples ofitlie best Elastic Roofing Paint j boodfor all kinds of metal pap r and felt roof Guaranteed r five year t Hon W 0 McChord will adi dress the members of the American Societyi of Equity at Fen wick on next Saturday afrnoon All farmers and others interested are invitsd toattend The game bf baseball Monday between the Blo6mfields and the Nebraska Indians which occurr ed at Bloomfield resulted iin a victoryl for the Indians by tne score of 4 tO24 Colvin of this place did the pitching for Bloom field and allowed only four hits S rC cri rrc1i If You WailtI C e- Anything in II I RealtEstate 4 r 11isuraucef l 1 Iv tOalion g t iJB Di LAKE t r t r uTOPICS iI- q4OO to be maue off his delivery Quite I a ouraberof rooters from Ire attended the gamfe The performance of the Ophean Orchestra at the Opera House on last Wednesday night was very pleasing to the au dience The members had good voices and rendered some excellent usic Mrs TDTapp who has been sufferer from appendjcitis was taken to Louisyille Tuesday morning for the purpose of un dergoing a surgical operation Word received hero yesterday states ttiat Mrs Tapp will be op erated o i this Thursday morn ing Her many friends here hope for her speedy recovery Mr QI app and Dr Lampton aC- companied her to Louisville Mrs Mannie Meyers Smith wife of A Ei ton Smith t eHon ey Grove Tex died the 5th inst of heart failure Mrs Smith was well known here being aI sister of Mrs Ardis Brown Mrp Stephen Brown and Mr E H Meyer of Danville Her remains were brought to Danville last Friday and interred She left a husband1 a son 23 years of age two sisters and brother to mourn her death 2 About twentv five boys mem bers of the Epiphany Choir Louisville came out here Saturday night and attempted to entertain a small crowd with what they termed a minstrel show The boys are apparently nice young fellows but they should not at tempt anything so much beyond them at least uutil they gets lit tIe older The managers lost mon ey on the ventureaslhe receipts lacked considerable paying expenses but the crowd was taken safely back home A L Jackson a lineman for the tel phonecompany while at wbrk among the wires on the pole at the corner of Main and Man Cross sreets last Saturday afternoon during the storm rer ceived a severe electric shock Jackson lost his hold and would undoubtedly hate fallen to the grouni had it not been for the fact that he had secured bim elf by means of his safety belt It was quite a narrow call and Jackson did not recover for sometime Piusi N lly Dead Mr Pius Nally a well knowo and highly respected citizen of tbeSn R neighborhood died at his home on last Monday night after a short illness of tfphoid fever The deceased was about 62 years of age and had been a citizen of ibis county all his lire He had been married twice One son Juices NalJy by his first wife survives His second wife who was Miss Annie Boone also survives him Mr Nally was a man Gf a high sense of honor and was a goodi friend and neighbor The funeral took place Wednes day morning from St Rose church Nothing In It The iffVestigation ordered by the grand jury last week into report that the death of Marion Lewis vho was drowued while seining in Chaplin was caused bya dynamite explosion was madelast Friday Drs Hopper and Smock and the county coro iI had the body exhumed and held a post mortem examination They report that they found nothing to 1indicate that the young taan came to his death by any other means than that of drowning The grandjury met in special session Monday and heard the report of the pbysi cians and other witnesses and failed to find any evidence to rumorIneighborhood concerning boys death I Received With Thanks Mayor John W Lewis has received communications from Jas DPhelan Chairmau of the Hi nance Committee of the San Fran Cisco Relief Fund acknowledg theIcilizensaccept and convey to all inter ested our smcerethanks not only for this generous contribution but for their words of sympathy- as weOr1 Assuring you that all money received s bting wisely nndEtCMiorakallv used for the Its Woith m traveling a long distance Ul to have your teeth extracted if Without PIn or DanG r jjj J All work guarantee L G CRUME D D S 55- Ii Kyt3 3 purpose designed by the kind donors we beg to remain etc Was Not Shot Reportcame to thus place Mon day evening that John Dotson who lives near M oresville was shot and badly wounded while on the road hume from Bards town Marshal John Grace was telephoned to be on the lookout fortwo horse traders named Di vine and Clark ofj oyle copnty who were charged with doing the shooting The tw6 men failed to pass through here that night but are said to have done so at an early hour Tuesday morning but were not seen by the officers The NEWSLEADER learns from Drl N Sh han of Maud who attended the wounded taan that Dotson was not shot at all but was struck on the head with the butt end of a buggy whip The wound is not considered danger ous It seems that Dotson and the two men became involved in a qgarrel omthe road near Fred ericKStown aud the fornl r received his wound St Catherines Commence ment The commencement exercises of St Catherines was held Tues day before a few invited guests and the parents of the pupil The graduates were Miss Roxie Wakefield of Bloomfield saluta- torian Miss Katie Cobb valedi torian Susie Melane Margaret Purcell and Ella Gast all of whom acquitted themselves creditably Both teachers and pupilshave Jlabored under great disadvantages the past two years The burning of their building on January 2 1904 compelled them to seek temporary quarter else where Th sisters made ar rangements for a limited number of their pupils to continue their studies in Louisville In the meantime plans were matured for a mpr commodious building than the old and in tho asttwo years the Uuilding has been erected and is almost completed and only time and some addition al money being necessary tp make the new structure and all of its equipments one of the most upto date institutions of its kind The pupils who have fin ished their course this term de serie great credit for their per sistence and achievement under the discouraging circumstanceS which they have labored AndI too mucb praise cathot be given the faithfull sisters who have so valiantly worked to pilot their beloved St Catharines over a very tempestuous experience To them belongs the credit of the institutions s exisLecptoday and for its promising future NOW OPEN We desire to notify the public that the New Springfield Hotel Is now open and rqa4y for business We are thoroughly equipped for the JingIl3o rdcan be furnished on the Earo pean plan Lunches and short ordeJ meals C M RICE Manager POLEYSKIDNEYCURE MakM KI MYS ami BMdM RIIWc CONA L Mr Luther Burns is on the sick lit Hood CunningHam has returned from Lbuisyille M L Searcy ai d T H Mc Clure are in Balhart Texas Mrs Lizzi Dun lthnsre turned from Louisville Ms J C Talbott is visiting in Louisville this week WrF S H Bishop and Miss Nora Bonta ate in Louisville t Miss Myrtle Catlett is very ill with appendicitis Mrs James Moore of Bards town is visiting her brother J H Long Jack McDhord is at home from Danville where he attended schoolI MrsEliza Macklin of LaHarp Kan is visiting her brotherMr A R Shultz Messrs VT D and JPQ Mc Elroy were iin Louisville yeser eay Miss Anoie McChord at home again after avisit to friends at Lexington J Erastus Bur ton of Mississippi is here for a visit to his mother Mrs Epperson Mrs C A Slallings has re turned from a visit to relatives in Marion county Mrs Lily Cocanougher o f Perry ville is visiting her sister Mrs C A Stallings Mr P T Haworth of Alexan dria La was a guest of Miss Nora Bonta the past week Miss Louise Wathen of Leba non visited at the Medley home here this week f Nearly 400 people from the townand county went to Lquis this week Mrs E Carl Litsey and daUgh- ter Sara elecman of Lebanon are at Judge Selecraans s Mr and Mrs C C McClibrd and daughter Miss Margaret are in Louisville this week Mr L R Durratt and daugh jtervMissElise wore guests of Mv Hyatt this week MilsJohn McBride of Louis paIentsiMrIan S a Searcy Miss Smith of Louisville isit Miss Bessie Leachmanlast veek andreturned home Monday Prof Clelland Cunningham has gone to Chicago to take a special course at the University Mr George Clements of Chicago is here to visit his father Mr Frank Clements 0the coiin t ry Benedict Baker a forrcer Springfield boy who iirnow Itv lug in Denver is at home for a visit Mr and Mrs R D Thompson are in Louisville this week be ing called there by the illness of their sun Mrs S B Thompson was over from Lebanon last watk to visit her daughter Mrs Theo Campbell Mr Rod Wharton left Monday to take aposition with the Neat Richardson DrugCo of LoUis- ville Miss Francs Martin returned Tuesday from Danville where she spent a few days with relatives Mrs J B Hopkinsof Nevada Mo is expected this week to visit her brother Mr W F Booker Hon W Th Claybrooke left Wednesdayrfor Scottsboro Ala to visit his brother Hubert Clay brooke Miss Margie Boutawho has been attending the K iy C at Lexington has returned to visit relatives here Hon John W Lewis is attend inf court Bardstown this week where he is engaged in the Lan caster will case a EBI E EEgaEtaE S D How Is Your BloodII H- Its mI Good if You Have Taken m Perfection Saps pap lla That is Sure 1 Y1 Ask anyone who has taken it and they will tell you jftj that it makes them feel like new Puts life into you j j JIll makes you feelstrqng Price 100 per bottle a J HAYDONt1 Corner Drug storem g EEDEEEEEE a t a i w I i Eyes Tested I f ggHave fitted hundreds of others and can fit you Names and I Prescriptions on file come and see for yoiirsolf Give your g eyes the attention at the right time and Rlace Nothing but g grade goods All the e kinds and styles of 11high Bifocals of every dcr orr 111ASTIGMATiC CORRECTIONS I a Specialty v Graduate Optician always on hand to make test Satisfac ytibn guaranteed a liE M Russell 3cww utec Mr and Mrs E J Stason and daughter of Siou City Tware guests of Mrs R A McElroy sister of Mrs Stason iMr arid Mrs Stephen Brows of Kansas City are at Danville and will visit their relatives in this county next week Mr Howard Moss will enter tertaka number of his sm U friends Friday afternoon on the lawn at Mr RA McElroy tMessrs Lee and Emmett F McElroy of Kansas City came in last night to visit their parents Mrand Mrs AC McElroy Mr Ben F Simms wa in Louisville the first of the week where he went to attepdtOtes- ale 0a large lot of cattle inl which he was interested finan cially J The following who have been away Attending school are at home Miss Ellen Gregory frOm Banodsburg Jack McCbord from Danville and Nellie Greene Nazareth I Mrs Julia Talbot of HusOp yule Mrs Mary Jones of Lcb anon and Mrs Mollie Joces of Shepherdsville have returned to their homes after a weeks visit with Mrs Talbot Mr and Mrs Hugh McElroy of Kansas City Mo arrived llist Thursday to visit relatives They are spending this welkin Louis yule and will return here to majke an xtended visit Miss Annie Boston of Pans and Miss Annie James of Har rodsburg are gaests ofMiiies Lizzia Mae and Ei n Grgry until after the GregoryCl land marriage next Wednesday Misses Amy 1 hint heart and AnnieKayburn arrived Tuesday evening from Oakland Cal Miss Rhineheart is with Mrs I BI Thurman and Miss Ravbiirn went to hr mothers home at MacUville 4 Mr Yates the Whita Steel Gate man f CampVeilsvjlle to1Lpuisviile were joined hereby Miss lossie Campbell of Texas who wilt at tend the HomeComing With thcrn froandMrs T S Mayes commissioner at d hostess for Washington county and Miss Sadie Mayes maid of honor are representing this county t Home coming in Louisville Mr Marshall Duncan Vice comnjiiss1 loner is also spending the eek IimMr H P McChord who is employed by the Illinois Central aq electrician v ith headquarters atMemphis Tenn was at home a few days this week Robert Marks has accepted similar po sition with the same company and will go to Memphis tolas sum his duties this week Rev G F Hambleton and wife Who have been stationed at Kagosbima Japan as missionaries are returninir home on account of Mr Hambletoos health failing him They will arrive in San Francisco the latter part of June or first of July and go to Virginia to visit relatives for two weeks They will then come here and be with Mr and Mrs Taylor Spalding parent of Mrs H mbletonl There iisno need worrviup along in dlsromfort because of a disordered di gestion Get a bottle of Kodol for Dyspepsii and see vjiat it ivill do for you Kodol not oulv digestswbt you cat and gives tbat tired stomach a needed rest but it is a corrective of the greatest efficiency JCotJol relieves Indigestion dynpepsia palpitation of the heart flatulence and sourstom Ach Kodol will make ypnr stouach young and healthy again You will worry jnst in the proportion that your stomach worries you Worry means the loss of ability to do your best Worry is to be avoided at all times Kodol will take the wprry out f your stomach Sold by tIt druggists r The sw rn Wstat Jment of the manu factu ers protecjts you in Kennedy Laxative Houey and Tarthe cough syrup fiat drives tbe cold out of your system f old by all druggist DRESS UP YOUR lOUSE Its appear one Trtiay have a good deal To do withyour success Dress it up right PAINtHORSEpreserve as well as beautify its appearance lasting1h1rIc1r It the Ieast expeI sve Paint bec u tach gallon covers more surfaceeHOR lIO P 1WIittI GETITAT iTUB RED CROSS DRUG STORE OC9O QC I rOQ 9XHOOi 30 8 c c v I Clearance Sale of all Spring and Summer Goods Q 9nw begun at the BIG STORE 1 r Be sure to attend same if you t AvamXsome Genuine Bargains 1ii 1i tl J 30 J 00000 h 8 Worth of strictly First Class Dry Goods Clothing Carpets Wall Paper etc at very low pncestoI move then Quick 3Clearance 9 Sate Bargains Friday and Saturday of this week y 1 Ladies White Lawn Hemstitch Handkerchiefs 25xa doz i 04711 Glycerine Soap 15c j V 125 grade check Silk for 63c r j 4 p 8 Colgites Turkish Bath Soap 4c if W B Corsets odds and ends of16JJgrade 50c g QJob lot Mtns 100 shirts for 2j5c J QNo COrall Silk Ribbon in black auocolo rs lOc yard Q Laoies Ice wbiteribbeJ low neck and short sleevevest 9c 0 sT ble Oii Coti l5card Gold eye Needles 4e pper Nic fldlnburg Edge and Insertion 5 and 10 cents a yard Mens10Suiisfcv5 J ic vjv 1Q4s Big Bargains n joys Suis liJ IO 8Tahe8 f t Remember we are offering our entire tocki at gteatJf Q reduced prices ROBERTSON BRog iF oOo oOOOo ooo- F QQQSSQSTOSS SSQ SQ QGSQSSQQQSQQOQQOO lt fie first National Bank 1t SPRINGFIELD KY r I t tiapilal 550000of Ig Surplus and Undivided Profilsj 23OOO to OFFICERSB L Litsey President JohnW Lewis VicePresldent AC Mcfilroy Cashier L iB Cain Assistant CashlerXfE t roster BookKeeper U H Purdom As BookKeeper t 8 DIRECTORS B I Litaey J W Lewis Sidney Green Fld Campo t t thelJ R Edelen H1f Grupdy Johnf 0 Polln t tW grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your btwll 11Jness resfpactfully solicited y oo 11111 = M OOOO MAKSGR-c E c old Reliable ManuLacturerri 11The4 Dealers LATHS in all Kinds Qf SHINGLES Ci SASH DOORS I i BLINp5rtf 1 i 1 We handle the celebrated 5 Mixed Cannel Coa11 1f 4 Cant lbe Bet We are sola agents for I th ACME CEMENT PLASTER The Best on EartV Prices Right 4 5 Office and Yards k doctor and Railroad Streets Sprinpiell Ky J zJ J f W EVERYBODYS BUSINESS I 1Jf5irh Is Nobodys Business ourBuiUMMjl clsto givethepublicthe best work in v f Tinning and Plumbffig CS B at the least possiblei cost GIVE US A f Sfef5 IJ Im jwPi CttAHfe i Imt SPR1NGFILD Ky i The ffiitt rul of hetltt er8pttJ And Ayer JfiIfi 0 I Wantyour moustache orberd BUCKINBHAMS DYE abeautifulbrown or richblack UClJm czaoia =j 4 Whipped The Girl I Kate ihiliib a colored girl boat Ioirt yearsiold was ar Tested Mar the depot in this city about 4 bVslook yesterday morn- ingi entirely nude She sated Mt she had been living at the tome of Capt N IS Christie and that be whipped her took her clothiigQIId ran hr r away flis in his homo wednesday night Capt ChriafRfcJprassJiere yester day and gave isfte following account of the affair The child had beea bound out to him by her father and while she was a splendidl worker she was always auiogtnucli trouble Among other things she set fire to his- barnl last week but clair ed it was an accident Forborne time past Mr Christie had notced that his horses had been ridden aftraigbt and discovered Wed iMtday night that this girl was out on one of hi horses and he regained awakeuntii her retui n- at a late hour After she wont to her room Mr Christie under look to chastie ner when she made battle and after 0 few rounds she ran out of the house and would not return Lebanon Falcon Dfitk friin itckjaw nevi follows an injury dressed fith Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and hyaline properties prevent bJood poisoning Chas Oswald a merchant of Renssel lacrsville if Y writescIt cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I e ersaw Cures cuts wounds burin and sores 25c at C J Baydons drug store 20OOQ Library President James K Patterson announced at the commencement ThurBtday 0fe v days he had been able to secure the necessary funds for the erection cf a library building on the college from Andrew Car negie The donation comes as the re suIt of several visits paid tD the noted philanthropist by the Presi jdeqt during aperlod of abvut two years President Patterson In speaking of his visit to the noted Scotchman saidceHe is one of the greatest men the world has ever known The President expressed the hope that by next years com mendement the friends of State e would be able to see the library erected upon the grounds Lex ington Observer V 4Louisyilles Lid t i J 1Tjcuisvi1ispent another quiet Sunday with the lid on so tight tlat it seemed impqssible to Even huag itfrom its position The Tglgirf ihe Board of Public t Supplementary order rinks only with tOI further tended to r thoserdIning rooms and on the roof rc1ns of the hostelries The minimum number of side dos were open and few were able to get drinks from saloon keep rs all of whom seem 6 be waiting with bated breath for the cTsson from Frankfort This is expected within the next two or three days so that the stjloon kef pars will know before another Sunday whether or not they twill D3 able for sell drinks or joust makeup their minds tortake a day off every Sunday Atfthe park the lid was on i nd neither Fontaine Ferry nor lliyerviewi sold any intoxicating drinlrs All the amusements at ihese places continued to run ffCdOD for OLD and YOUNG A zt stidtrongtongIoff in hIi ike- 4td 1iiit to UK 4raggt Keas i give it to Jtf rinalMlir to get up brikand fresh in tlp Earning lack of appetite pallor j SPlrits1tbeteKdMddYltsandchildrentoo They alo ialfcate the argent need reguMriytffltMiMbk id remedy far llstoraacli trooUe ever fail to care indigestion t dvspeviiti aII4 critic constipation an- diamtItooiCJscb dyandniindit two sizes 35Cad jje All iruggists t Fonjale by Of T HaydoDj and so did the baseball on George Tebeau s lot at Seventh and Kentucky ttrefcts If Lum Simons wins his case and it is decided that by virtue of closing Satur day he may open Sunday he will have a perennial mint at River view which will then be the only place in the county to sell liuuor When the Sun4ay closing law Ijiiis put iinto effect ijhe river excur sions will prove popular One whit went upth river yester daywas reported to have quench ed numerous tbirists and as the sates were made Jut of the juris diction of both the city and the Q unty it is not ijkejy that pros ecution will follbw Mondays Herald I r Commissioners Sale L First National Bank bf Springfield PUT vs i Coleman Stigall d dfts t By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1900 in the above fetyled cause for the sum of 1000 vltjh interest at the rte of 0 percent prannum from the paidJCourtHouse door ih Springfield Ky ON MONDAY TONE 25 19X5t at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being county court day tothe highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six monthsrihe following de scribed property tqTvit or sufficient thereof to prpduce the sums of money S3 prdered to be made A tract of land situated in Washington county Ky on the Beechland and Lincoln Run turnpike and bounded as follows It is designated as lot No 3 in the case of WwTStigall c vs W Kelly c in the Washington Circuit Court Beginning at Aa stone and two oaks corner to the late U E Litsey thence with same N 35J W 20 25 poles to Bj a stone corner to same thence N 42JE 43 poles to C a small branch corner to same thence down and with the meanders of same 131h5 poles to W corner to lot No 2 W T Stigall thenae with line No S 65 W 80 poles to L stake corner 2I same thence with line of same S 38 XIt 35 poles to K stake at corner of ham Jot thence S 5Oi 10 45 poles toI ilv stone in line of dower thence with line ofsame S 301 E3 JS1 poles to C a large white oak tree corner to same thence S 26 12 E 27 35 poles to D a stake in the county road corner to said dower thence with line of same SISJE 56 35 poles to A a stqne in said II L Litscshnc thence with bCfnjning Total to be raised 110207 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paidand having the forte and effect of a Judgment A lien vjll he retained on land for which bond is executed Bidders will be require q comply promptly wlththese tern- M LEACHMAN il M CW C C WASHINGTON LETTER Special Corr sponllenoeJ A census made by the civil service commission shows ut 15S7 of tlii jovernmcnt clerks herfeii83ixtyfl veff years ot age or ct Qtrls iiuniljcj ISO hold their positions 6iihGc1bnnt ol their war record The work done by those clerks Is graded as follows 33xcelleat 374 good 652 average 2if9 fair 251 poor 00 The oldest man In the senice is ninety Kne another isj ninety and three axe eightysix four are clghfyfivc five are eightyfour six are eightythree twelve are eightytwo fourtefen are eigUtfoue eighteen are eighty fifteen arc seventynine tycntylive arc soy entyeight twentNthrce are seventy seven fortyfour arc jkcventysix etc aiartba Wnshln ton Bible j The long lost Bible of Martha Wash Ingtou taken front the home of the Lee family at Arlington during the civil war has been restored to Miss Mary Custis Lee daughter of General Lee the great Confederate conimnuder by G W Kendrlck Jr of Philadel phlaIMr Kendrick who Is a book collector bought the book ninny year ago from n man nainod Stein Tint vicissitudes through which this won w111IneIures fIOm the Lee mansion by the servants or soldiers and pawned per haps for n trilling sum by pfcrsons ig norant of ltsvalue- fool J In Good Condition Iu spite of its strange experience the book is still In fine condition Mr Kendrick lies kept It with great care and Its black leather coyer shows few scratches A few pages are torn but the Ink Is still trnfadod aud many leaves and flowers pressed by men bets of the Lee family ate stIlt with in It The book was primed In London In 1702 by Charles Bill and the execu trix of Thomas Nekveomb deceased printers to the kingis most majesty It coHtnl sthe cacllentI morning piayer throjjgmjnt t Including the commmlori stllcc the articles oftrcligionr the Old and Now Tcstaiucutfe with the apocrypha the metrical version of tic Psalms anA t1jcI table bf kindred niHriity Old Record The earliest birth recorded In It Is that of Fanny Parke Custls in 1710 thiit of her brother Daniel Tarko Cue tis being given as 1711 The iiiarriago of Daniel Tarke baths to Mnrths pun dridge afterward Martha Washlnutou is recorded as having occurrcdlu 17up Ills young widow who had been mar ried when only seventeen was loft with four chlldreij only two of whom lived to grow up f fIlilurdedlElennorchildren otto of whom George Wash ington Parke Cusis was the father of General lLees wife through wliom Ar lingon camalnto jbosscsslon of the Lee ffamlly The book contains no rec rtl of thin marrlageAaf Martha Custls tto George Washington Prcaldcht su FQr Arttiit President Rooseveltj has been sitting for a portrait iu Oil which is to a place In one of the bulldnof thE University p t Bcrtin The ast can missioned to paintj e picture Is Irving Ih Wiles of Now Vork la n measure th work of Mr Wiles Is thin outcomo of a snggcstjotf of tho cinucror of Gcrmaur jwi u r w Women as Well as Men Are Mate Miserable by Kidney and Bladder Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessensambition beauty Ivigor and cheerful c = disappearrttttrti out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent i4 that it is not uncom IJt friJ mon for a child to be A born afflicted with r Aeak kidneys lithe- childuruiatest o often ifthe urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should Ibe able to control the passageit is yet afflicted with bedetti- ngdependupou iif tliecause dim culty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these imprthntorgailS This unpleasant trouble is due to a UiseaseVl condition of the kidneys nulL bladder and not to a habit as most pcoplesuppose Women as wen as men are made miser able vith kidney antI bladder trouble and both need thin same great remedy The mild and the immediate effect of SwampRoot is soourlealized It issold by druggists in fiftyNcent and oneilo11ar size bottles You may hqve a sample bottle by mail free also t of SwampBoot pamphlet telling all about SwampRoot including many of the thousandsof testi monial letters received from sufferers Cured IiI writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamtoti N Y be sure and mention this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Biuglmmton N Y on every bottle kU u1 ax t rear tn iiavo an cxcuauge of professorships In leading universities off Germany and the United States t ew District Government Representative Keifer of Ohio Is one of those members of the house who think that the people of the District of Columbia should have a representative government and has Introduced a bill providing for the change The measure provides that the present government be abolished within n year and another farmed composed of n mayor board of aldermen and common council AJLtlie United States owns more than ontHialf of the District of Columbia real estate according to the measure the tuxes ore placed on a half and half basis Confusion of Names In order that a more accurate record may be lkept of all horses and mules belonging to the District government the property clerk has suggested to the commissioners that every animal be given a number instead of a name and shRlI lIje known by number while prop erty of tho District Property Clerk Ildrgroves declares byvtbls system ho will be nbtu to knbfy hotter how many horses anti mules are distributed among tile several depart Dent He claims tiiat It Is hard keep track of them by their toII Last car ho sayfe there were horses uanicd Urn four named Maud and two named Kitty To Projunlgrntc Tuberculosis Rnlcs rue h nllh officer has retfoinniondcd that tire rules prepared by the commit tee prevention qf tuberculosis In goverhment bulldlngs0aipolntod by tile president be promulgated by the commissioners with such moiliticatlons us may be necessary for the prevention of the spread of tuberculosis In build lags muter the control tif the conunls siohers The health officer bai recommended further that action bo taJ cn looking toward the determination of 1he num her location and status of employees In the service of the District govern ment suffering from tuberculosis dutl that nn Inspection be ninth of the buildings under the control of the Dis trict government to jletermlnc licit sanitary condition and the Jest incth ods of correcting such Insanitary con ditions as may behiscoYered CAUL SCHOFIELD SOIt of OJtl Tecunme Rev Tiioiuus E Sherman Son of the into General WHliainT Sherman who abandbued the trip over tlie route his father toojc ou his fatuous march to the son because of adverse criticism Is a priest of the Church of Rome and a nTembor of the Society of Jesus Father Sherman Is the oldest son of Old Tee im8oh and was born In Lau JIEV THOMAS n 8JIEHMA- Ncastcrp in 1850 He was educated at the UnivcAlty of St LouIS anti at Georgetown university graduatiu from the hitter institution at the ago of sixteen General Sherman hail design his son for the law and Thomas Icdwing was sent to Yale where he the degree of doctor of laws Then he went to St Louis Jo which rity worldlj success hung ready for hlajj band to pluck Ho holpod fo organize St Marks Literary soqlety in the St Louis unlvezsltjtinJt was one or tim rising young men of the town when one dfty ho suddenly turned Jis back npon it all and entered the Society of Jesus It waii said that strong influ cubes were brought to bear upon him to dissuade him from this step but he wna true to his resolve and Used hi his determination to give up his Hfo to the church The Jesuits sent film to Stonyhurst England for his uovltlnte Ills ordlnatlou took place soriue years ago out of Uncle Jocm hands 4 John Sharp Williams new custom of objecting to all legislation by uuanl mona eoijnt has iitedmueh llnvoc nmpng thq natlbuH jJOIonsV The other morning in accordanoo with the usual mwtoui a coRgrousnfllr who wanted to gt a bill pntl eu4b thr speakers rjom and usUul that pottirjutte It ho uIga I rt ru J far tii jiurpose In CIt Ls aij v Ixn Cio h1hC rouvcneT PJJ i 4 U K e Ju tu a risaStt rllTcvv J rut was I haven t anything to do with It replied the zar Youll have to ask John Sharp New York Times Opposed to Strife Representative Ryan of Buffalo at tended the meeting of the linternational parliamentary pence union lately hereRymiholdt of Missouri president of the union I thought the Irish were al ways for a free fight Im like the Buffalo policeman Mr Ryan said He saw a crowd and was told there was going to be trouble If theres any one starts ii fight here the policeman said Ill shoot him Im against trouble of all kinds Plielnn of San Frnncliico James P Thelau who as chairman of the committee of relief at San Fran cisco is custodian of all funds contrib uted to old the distressed has long r ups IHELAH bden prominently Identified with the busiriOHs and political life of the city Although but fortyfive yours of age lie unit fwlqe been elected mayor and was the immediate predecessor of the present Jilef qxecutlve Mayor Schmltr JIr Fliolmi Is a milHonnire the son of n Callfohila pioneer also James D Pliolan sind a sufcessful fipaneier Wheii bo first ran for mayor on the Democratic ticket he succetlcl In poll ing n largo socialistic anti labor vote in spite of his great wealth tlls largely owilig to hlt attractive personality He made hi own canvas and wn so atTn blo In dealing wfth the poope jwhom he addressed ilhnt ho Won 1cm against the r prejudjres While jnajpr he did inijch la beautify too cJtyand inn al ways on the side Improvement He jiii dovptwl much study t municipal govpr iment U1llIs rogstrtled as an au th lit oh tUs subject trion and Clnclnnntl Ball plnyew predict that Keel Haiilon will fall to make a high class team of the nedthst + tliey see nothing lhiet tel tfioji fourth pines for Cincinnati this year Garry Hcrfnmn Is the most liberal magnate m bnsGbrill mid tiever Ictt big prlcos staind hi the way bf get ting players Imt It ao ni3 that no lust tcr who i he gets or haw many players tho result about Uio so me at the end of well season Inciinintlig lre4t Ia3elnlr town null deserves to have a team that ecn atny In tin thick 3f the fight for the championship to the ond RAGING ON RAILS Old mau Smith thatll Molllesr fa lier tlltiut like me nearly ns well na ho did Jim fait soda that Mollle prt erred me I wnsut yUif much yboul hoi dnds opinion It wasnt no use fop us to try to get spliced In Columbia for everybody knew that her father hud ordered her not to be seen with me So the ynly thing for us to do wjis to watch our chance ami go off on the qulat to soniC place uloiuthe Jhie I thouut It over for sevoral days and got the whofe thing la iUIeI told MolHc to coins down to the round htousb about T oclock one Ulght and would take lair for a little ride on my onglhp laud given the hlnt to Jack my fireman anti he was oil hnml wlisn booked out du the inalii tmlpk loavln 4Jnis enslne la the iiHiiidHonBc Mol lie wan wnltln and sli jumpwl pa th 4aiik like an engineer sweetheart ought to do Just ns wo uere iwllln out Tim came drmuul Uiq corner Ills eyes openedll 4c3l ymi VlMsre yon soHi IllhliJie slioutiHl Just out for a llttle ride I rc ninrked oooily inUthi Ifolllc on tlie ox In fropt of me so 1 bud toIIf uijr nnns arounl her to reach iii lerers saw Jitii rasp and art on a run to ward Jlollas hoi se iyhtffe lte kiiew her father ws In two iantstc we ware spiimla three Immiuin twtdtn lire minutes MV Weis tttirin through taw yitiley like it ryrijxiitl It wax It pitch dark ntalit and not t thins could seen ahead Tlfrru they come yelled Jack be fore we liatl gone tel inllcA- Lookln bark we saw a shower of sparks just visible above the treetops Wo cotifludeil at once tlmt was JIiu and Jolltes ilnd and that we Aveuld have to do sonic protty tall travcllu to avoid capture Mind you Jim carried n gun The engines were pretty wall matched but of course I was somewhat nervous Just ahead was a heavy grade live miles bug nudllknow It would be a tough pull to get over Itbnt oucoon the other site of tile hill our clmucos for get tin away would be gootl DB your bolt Jack to lkeep up steam I called across to the fireman MolIIo was restiu In my arms 11I111rcJothhair all over my face Mighty sweet ft smelled too but I baJtlut imieli tlmo to IIIAlland It Hounded right behind us I jumped with Uauiiiy and lookel back There was Jim lest than half a mile away coiuiu1 like a house afire Mollio lookedtoo Then her eyes tell on Jack whose wood was gettlnr low and who lund rolled a barrel out front the hack putt of the tank and was tryhr to bust the head In Shin slid out of my arms and hokl in on tho levers got dowif heshlo tho fireman Tho first I knew of it ran when I oaw liar fiS lhlout big fat hams from the barrel aud pnsshi them to Jack who fecdlbwas the with em I didnt stop to fllrl1nccI questions Bully for you Jack Ij yelled as the steam gauge Jumped up again Well that did thin business We reached the top of the grade without Jim gamin another Inch and then woj begun to slide downward Great Jxip ter how wo did drop down that hlII The nolso WItS terrific and tt1e old ma chine rocked like n cradle Lookln back I saw Mollie standiu on the tank aoldin on ty the bra her rei3 flut tI imv II bovln ant lit v It tt1slgLtthe top of the hill hed be after us lickS ety split and I begun to fear we couldnt make the rifile this time but all at once a thought struck me I shutoff steam and yelled to ttack to put on tile hand brakes He jumped to tile wheel Mollie helpln him and a few i mluufes we4 had nearly stopped Jump down quick Jack and open the switch I said Im goin to run up the siainV In loss time than ft takes to tell it we were on the sldiu the switch reset for the main track aujl then I run in tile woods and stopped We shit off all lights and waited In a minute or two we heard a faint faint rumbling which changed Into a roar Then we could distinguish the clickety click of wheels passin over the cuds of rails the rattle of macliln cry and the hissin of steam while the puflln of the exhaust was so rapld as to blend into hollow thunder A whirlwind of sparks became IslI bio and then with a hop skip and jump Tint engine passed us like ni streak of runaway llghtuln the OCC111 pants never dreainln we were on the siding We hunted up the nearest preacher and got married me with my face all black and grimy and Mollie without any hat for the wind had blowed It away Jack was witness and I let him kiss the bride for I thought he descry rd It We got back to Columbia about midnight anti next mornln I took out the express rs If uothln had happened What becaine of Jim Why the jlamed fool actually run Tight straight ahead all night till he reached Char lotte Jhe next mornln He was the worst surprised man In the state when he found we had given him the slip Thou the superintendent wanted to know what ho meant by takin out his engine without orders nail the end of tlleglrlbutA Illnlcy Venture Is there anytMn7 at all risky In us ing thla new scalp tonic ofyours Well I suppose I1 must admit sir It is something of a hair raising eX perinwif Baltimore American Stationery Flub Most noticeable of nUt stationery fads Is the sealing jvax that Is used by every one now It does not took like the kinds most of us are familiar with because It is made in all the delicate pastel similes to match the new tinted papers and women will search nil the shojjj In the city to geta wax that cpr rcsppnds with the tone of the paper Occasionally when this is Impossible they Select a shade tha will make a sharp contrast and yet be of the same colot EI bo vr Sleeve Elbow sleeves are upoit ninetenths qf the drossy blouses but thejlhisually come below the olhow willing inn close fitting band or little frills and if they end above the point of the elbow deeper frills cover the elbow The blouse evgn at its best Is only Inform al or dcnlHollet aud sleeves for such wear should cover the elbow point ColDr 1Jns There is an odd fahion of wearing jeweled safety plus which has been adopted by the wearers of the pretty little lingerie collars Those tiny pins lira used to keep th collar in place One Is pinned at the tback one on each sfdc and another in frpnt the frpnt one being larger than the others For All Round Wear The model illustrated is exceedinglyi simple anti hon as a wrap for or dihary carriage went a garment to take the place of the old time duster 111Iu1 onACJ tiLWRAl this garment quite as suitable for piazza or garden party use as for more Bimplowear If a tecoiuing ctyle lIs sclocUsd in a mode not too extreme but with a touch of originality In Its lJiThor uittkoiip a cot of this sort j iilljuot hook vasseth worn for sevorel kflrus- nd uioy be sent to the cloan ror dyer cjsd come out like new ouch tinio while garnitures can easily ba re lrIte l t cloths of philn surface w with serge finish Hoe quite as suita ble as tlia rough fllks but hardly as Btjllnh or as durable Ill too sue Dttnv int ii rjrtn rut HIUKT of aii egg on a doth sriiukle liberally with rod popper mid tack over rat holes popper Inside Whitewash made yellow with copperas titan applied thickly to the stouteR and raftora in a cellar la also effective AVaNlilntc Gilt Frames Water should never lIC put oui gilt frames Tliey should be wiped with a dry cloth or chamois Tills applies to Ian metal and lacquered goods After a lacquered lied has once been wet and polished it must be coutlnuajly polished so the best plan Is to keep it dry as long as possible house Cleaning Notes If either your cellar or pantry Is damp put pieces ot unslackcd lime about It will absorb the molstxire anti keep the plaf o sweet When clean- Ing house rub tho bed slats generously with nlcahol It will keep vermin awayIa I Eaaaaa g aEEaaErE g WF or A Short Time OnIyI1Iml L7 M s1iss m tVf We have contracted for a llimited number of m i im yearly subscriptions m 11 The American Farmer fB M One of the best semimonthly Farm papers published and for W l Rp a short tlme we will give rr ir Absolutely Freey M with each flew subscription or each renewal tONEWSCEA JR gg DER for one year We will also for fTi t tmt ty anallkmI i t1 orders in early to w j 7t m E L DAVISON Jr rLL tcPubNewsLeader Springfield Ky m f BB BBB BB B BBBB Ba f1 To Cure a Cold m One DayIr T Laxative Bromo QqmlDe Tablets 6Seven MMonkcres sold in post 12 months This Jlat1re iIoz2 1HOWESJL Something New and entirely fHfTerfnt frrm tb old style Marie in regular read ine glasses and in near sisiitPf and far ight d glasses com birieci Cost no nil ore than theold styli niperior in every way We Guarantee them and wilf promptly refund money if they fail to give perfect I satisfaction If you have any eye trouble write us mentioning Ihis paper and well tell you how tc geta pailf of Toricoid Glasses that will relieve y6ur roubl if its pot incurable T J1 Howe Coi Opticians Louisville Ky Jt Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh IndigestionKodol dIgestioncombined with the greatest known tonlo and reconstructive properties Kodol Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous rcmedr cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening ana strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach laJSImilktorbabiKodol Digests What You Eat Bottles only S 100 Size holdIng 2jf times the trial size which sells for 50 cents Prepared byE 0 OtWITT fc CO CHICAGO Sold by 0 J Haydon 1 ranrt Suit For n Bar The sturdy little suit shown is one much liked hy mathors who fashion their small sotf virdro es It con lsts of blouse and bloomers nthi Is flot only practical rut very smart Tim blouse has a shipii yoke from bo IILOUSE Ab BLOOMEIt- SnoatlV the points of which single box jtlaltH extend A straight front PIece iu panbll olfecf stitched on the edgpS ami adorned with buttons The bet whlclr Irdle Hill long waistod effect may bo of leather or tho material Tho bloomers are full ciiough to allovv plenty of freedom to youthful legs Serge and butchers linen are the most serviceable antI popular stuffs forboy suits und this one la suited to tllcso tabrtcs- CVlxro Caacbnll- Profosslonal baseball probably win take a vaeatkfnifl CalifOrnia thisjyogi is U ctluatitl at San Frnnclsco bw OjOiIi Il Ii vlrttr I tt c tccJ by the CrtJl LI Clubbing List for 1906 J i r We oeer below an attractive clubbing list which jnccdes K nearly all the city 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gWJ51Q5c1s Uailisr csmcat J tomcco ax hmdlesnndpum sj5pile3 Louisville Istho heme of thcll1ri jj oran factory in the world the larcest sqap factory In the South arid one of the lareest plow fac tories In the world lend has 8 electric inter J urban lines LouistiUeisad of tEAUTI FUL HOMES its dry propsrty viauation is y S200000COO Itihfis the rEcett park system In theUnlted States tad nary nag + niflent public build fnesard churches and is the home of the WORLDS LEADIHQ COM MERCIAL SCHOOL Larch at this school do THOROUGH work end jcuil nercr be in want ofa good position in a bcfcnUnz en terprisins like ouisvBle elV is toe to inveslirate LOUISVILLE KY Z r I to Arizoua to points postal P tnanufaetnrinjro city Trees Plants Vines f For tlie spring of 190B the 331uel Grass Ntednfesjrft xing ton Ey offer avjail stockof r Fruit and Oriiatriental trees ive8r Ji Shrubs Sttaw berries Grape Vines Small 1 fruitsr Rhubarbj Asparagus i etc Wo einploy jio Agenttri Strawberry and General OCata i 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