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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v r 7 c C 0 ESTABLISHED S IIN1893 J 1GQ f II f 1 t I URIF TRUSTY PRACTICAL ifeENTIST Office over Havdon Barber j J entai work reasonable prices TfrJ1work guaranteed ii SPRINGFIELD KY S OUR DIRECTORY tsi SPRINGFIELD county seat of rWa ngton County 52 miles south ast of Mucin ton 59 miles from fionisville on Bardstown branch ol Luisvi1leand Nashville railroad in i farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone I Unes express office flour mills lumberyards iPopcation 1100 population of lOan y 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Keutucky Legis attire Hon W D Claybrooke f Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lanca8terJjebanon KvIy County Wrectoryv r CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and Octo WilI H Thunnan Judge L 14 Durham Commonvrealth At fucay IIJl Campbell Clerk jk G Leachman Master iommiss p ier t QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third 4 Monday in each month B Jj Litsey Judge y COUNTY COURT County evtrt met on the fourth Monday ittwuchmou hBLEiiWeyJudge W F Booker County Clerk lS Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff SSamAnderson I HB Powell HeTbertEddleman Deputie i Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor T P JOBry an Assessor tI W T Mitchell Deputy R bert Noe Txeas1rerCJ M Montgomery Coroner 1J W Bush Supt of Common BchoolB P1 G Springfield CITY COURT James R NOe Police Judge JohnGrace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney juSTICpQnt Jn tice Courts are held in January April July and October KG hutch Directory 1 jL METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser r vices on the First and Third Sundays in each month atlla m and 730 p m SuidaySchOOleVerY Sunday at 10 am L Prayer meeting every Wednesday t aJgbt it I CATHOLICCHURCH v I rev P F Hennessar Pastor Ser vices every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock in zScrvccsatStRO5C5ztme hoursa CHRISTIAN CHURCH Pastor ECJT tRevWT1Walden every Sunday t PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D i Latimer Pastor Preaching every SundaYat U am J tsnd at 7 pm Sunday school every u fly attO am Prayer meetin q vry Thursday evening af7 oclock r BAPTIST CHURCH L J Rev Wm Harrison Williams put Preaching every Sunday at V am and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 93Qr a m Prayer meeting cyry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock fraternal Orders rI lodgeMASOIOC LODGE Sprinfffleid No 50 meets first and third Mbuday eIachmonth Washln ton R A Chapter Nc 57 meets every second Tuesday J Springfield Council o52 meets onI very lourthiMonday KNIGHTS of TIm M ACAHHKS Meet nl tct T t AR- tt f Prtttttti Siriivs Results elI1roIJRememberthenamc rAFthysky iwl Tar1Insisi t PQQ hiving the genuine TIw uwi 210 soc sioo Prspardenly by p1crnpanY Chlcaz j JForsale b Bd Dr ug Stci e W Wr w 7 1i J A iAi I NI3WSLI3ADERiTuf cii J IiI rFOLEYSll THE 1I 2ft mnw 02tf tftftfr J 1jmnni UWi t I lJlOUNDOf T lKii Strictly Germproof i The Antiseptic Baby and the Prpph ylactic Pup Were playing in tlae garden when the Bunny gamboled up Thev looked upon the Creature with t loathing undisguised t it jvasnt Disinfected mid it waBnJt Sterilized They said itwas a Microbe anu a Hot bed of Disease They steamed it in a vaporotath 1Theycold as Ba sued Hope And washed it in pcrnianganate with carbolated soap In sulphuretted hydrogen they steeped its wiggly ears They trimmed its frisky whiskers with a pair Of hardboiledshears They donned their rubber mittens arid they took it by the hand And lected itaraember of the Fuin igated Band t Theres not a MicrOjiroccus in the garden where they play The swim in pure iodoform a dozen times a day j And each imbibes liis rations from a Hygienic Cup The Bunny and tHe Balky and the Prophylactic 3ujd7 Arthur Guitermanhn the Vromans Home Comyani on Jot July XrINCONihOSe Washin who attended the Home Coming festi VL ties in Louisville last week experienced a sorisation of regret when they wlthessed the big demonstration Mrthe llog cabin from LaEue county which has been widely H Raided as the birthplace of A graham Lincoln In view of the fa that Washing ton county unictoubtedly has a better claim aithe real birth place of Lincoln Washington county p ople of course Could not enter into the celebration which was fostered by the Lincoln Farm Association which is composed 6f soiiie New York capitalists who tiave bought the old Lincoln farmjtn LaRue county where Abrahani Lincoln lived when a bog and who are boom jng the movement to establish d National park on the site Washington countys claim to the birth place of Lincoln is no new thing All of the facts and evi dence in support of iit were known and published several years agot When County Clerk W F Booker made tlie discov ery about 25 Y11rs ago in Washington county clerks theI of the marriage certificate Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks the publishers of the Century Magazine sent a special representative jto this place and had the documents photographed and with a picture of the old Lincoln cabin arid was published in an article in the Century con t wining all of the facts about Lincolns Washington county history Had the same effort beesn put forth in time by Wash ington county as has been lone by LaRue we might have a chance for the National park but the movement has probably gone too arThe CourierJour nal of llist Sunday contained an article written by Hon John W Lewis of this place settihg forth all of the fads in a very convincing mannr concerning the marriage of Lincolns father and mother and birth of the great statesman in me ole log cabin still standing near Litsey in this county Perhaps few people in this county k ow that the lat Kentuckyl Legislaturei made ah appropriation of 1500 for a memorial tabl1tto be placed on the LaRue Bounty farm but such isjthe ca4 e Thus the taxpayers of Wlushin ton county are called upon to help pay for something irff rL Rue county whichl rightfuUy belongs in this county w t 5iUELF SCAt ELThis is per- hapsj thefbusiest season of he year for the fjirmer and ttiis rear especially theire is a general omplaint aboiit the scarcity arm hands farmers say thai t is almost impossible to hire nough help tb save their crops nd the farme who has put out bigger crop than he and his joys can cultivate is in a bad fix or there i absolutely no deperfd ag on the nejgro nor the white laborer either for that matter The negro farm hand which lli used to be the main dependence- of the farmer is no more to be counted on A great many have leftthe country having gone to other states to work or to the citiesi to live and others who still remain in the country have generally set up for themselves and are cultivating a little crop on thejr own hook The time is rapidly coming in Kentucky when thefarmer must be content to operate c n smaller scale anjd come in pirsonar contact with the plow handles Deadly Serpent Bites are as common in India as are stomach and liver disorders with us For the latter however there is a sure remedy Electric Bitters the great restorative medicine of which S A Brown of Eennettsville S C says They restored my wile to1 perfect health after years of suffer big with dyspepsia and a chron ically torpid liver Electric Bitters cure chills and feyerraal aria biliousness lame buck kid ney troubles and bladder diE orders Sold on guarantee by C JBayaon druggist Price 50c McChora Tipped The Louisville Herad Of last Frday contains the following l concerning C C McChord of tills place t Another surprise was sprung in Democratic political circles last night when it become known that C C McChord Chairman of the Sailroad Commission andJ one of the bast known politicians of the State had been agreed upon by one of the factions in the party as its candidate forl Governors It is said that aeon ference was lfield yesterday af ternoon which was attenddby about twentyfive prominentpar ty leaders and it is agreed that Mr McOhord is the strongest antimachine candidate available Wheiher Mr McChord will con i sent to make the race remains tto be seth but his closest friends insist that he will V Mri McChord has long been considered a prospective candi dafe for Governor and has been prominently mentionedLin this connection during the past two searS Asl Chairman of the Rail road Commission he has brought about legislation vbich has been of benefit to the shippers and he is bijhly regarded by thabusi ress interests of Louisville and Kentucky lie has busied him self with the rate question dur ins his two terms as Commission er and is considered one of the- bestposted men in the Stite 1tis said that if MrMcChord is a candidate he will receive the support of the Louisville organ izition including W B Halde tthat and his pa erd1th Tunes and the CourierJournal It is also said that he is the personal choice of Henry Wattersori the edrtpr of the jourierJournal whose opposition to Governor Beckham and what he termed the close corporation of office seekers at Frankfort is well known Senator Mqdreary it is also cheerfully support Mr McChord in therevent that Ollie James or Senator Blackbarn does notmake the race Smokinr in a P Wder1da aZI II courting death more suddenly but not more surety than neglecting kidney disorders Foleys Kidnqy Cure will cure a slight disorder in a few days and its continued usc will cnre the most obstinatD cmez It has cured many people of Bright Disease and diabetes who were thought to be in- curableI If you have kidney or blad ier trouble cotnirence taking Foleys Kidney Cure before it is too late Sbld by Red Cross Drug Store Col Thompson a Candida- teS t Louisvillel Times last week had tbls sfejry 11001 John Thoinpson of Har rodsburg who iis one of Ken tuckys most distinguished law yersand astute politicians is in- tierace for tha Dtinocratic nom ination for United States Senae The announcement of his can didacy is semiofficial but it is psiyeIJ known that Co Thompson his made arrange ments to open headquarters at the GaltHouseand in a few days he will be in the thick of thefigh against Gov Beckham and Sen aor McCreary ClAn intimate friend of Col Thompson said IIafact that Col Thompson has determined to make the race before the people in the coming primary for the United States Senatorship V It is understood that while Col Thompson deems the call for a primary on the day of thegeneral election for Congress man tp he inopportune and perhaps ill Advised in tbat it might jjeapordze the success of se era congressional candidates yet it is perfectly agreeable to him to have the matter settled by a primary election He believes that a man who cannot win be fore the people does nqp deserve to hold office ClCol Thompson does not fear the machine if there is a ma chine nor any manipulation of the ballots on election day His canvass will be clean clear and vigorous and like Harpers celebrated horse hell run the race from eend to eend Col Thompson Will in a few days officially announce his can didacy in an address 10 the peo pIe of KentuckV Following the flag When our soldiers went to Cu ba and the Philippines health was the first consideration Wil lisT Morgan retired Cora mis say Sergeant U SA of Ru ralf outel Concord N H says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and be ing subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery r Con sumption whish kept me in per feet health And nowin New Hampshire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs coldr bronchial troubles and all lung diseases tI Guaranteed at C J Haydon druggist Price 50c and t LOO Trial b ttle fre e Harrodsburg Goes Dry The loqal optien election held in tthe town of Haraodsbcrg on last Friday resulted man over whelming victory for tile friends of local option by a majority of 303 votes out ot a total vote of a little over 600 The election was confined to the town of Harrods burg and was held under the old law Local option also carried in Henry county Friday by ama jority of 1600 Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full yr Paroled John Ludwick of tbis county who was unfortunate enough to kill a nan in Lexington Eon e years ago and who was given a life sentence in the penitentiary was paroled lapt Wednesday It was mainly through the efforts of Dr J V Phelps that his liberty was secured He came here the same afternoon and spent the night with tile doctor and the next morning went out to his old horne in the Nevada Nevada neighborhood He had served five years and three months and was said tobethe modell prisoner of the institution no mark ever having been put against him and this went a long ways towards gaining him his liberty Harrodsb urg Hecald The Song of ttie Hair There are founverses Verse Ayers Hair Vigor stops falling hair Versed Ayers Hair Vigor makes the hair grow Verse cures 3 dandruff Ayers Hair VigorI Ayers Hair Vigor makes theI scalp healthy and keepsit so It is a regular hairfood this is the real secret of its won derful success The best kind of a testimonial If Sold for over sixty years d by J Aywr Co Lowell XU- Also aanutaoturera of ASASAPARIUJqers OLDEST HOMECOME Washington County Has the Honor of Furnishing the Oldest HomeComer A former native of Washington county will probably receive the prize for being away from Kentucky the longest time Gorion Buling who was among the Home Comers last week It has been so long since he left this county that r very little can be learned of him from any of the older inhabitants He is supposed to belong to a family of Bolings who lived in the Pots ville neighborhood Members ot the same family were known in that neighborhood and over in Boyle county near Perry ville in more recent year In speak lug of Mr Boling the Lctajsville TimessavsSAmong the Home Corners to Kentucky no due was more de lighted to attend the big reunion than was Gordon Bolingi who was born npar pringfield Ky on November In 1817 Mr Boling lived In a log cab in in Washington county for five years until 1822 when he left the State movitg to Decatur county Ind In 1837 ha moved to Rush county In 1838 Mr Boling was mar ried to Miss Sal lie Freese Td them eight children were born of whom thefollowing are living Elizabeth aged 57 Mary GO John 58 atm Morton 42 Four are dead Mrs Bolingdied May 30 1890 Mr Bolng has 27 grand children 20 greatgrand children andfurgreLlreatgrand cbil Sd Thp Bolings moved to Moul trie county Illinois iin 1B74 where they have since resideo Uncle Gordyashe is call ed enjoys the besof health de spite his advanced age His hear- ingi is excellent his sight fair his nervou S system almost per feet and he fs an all around jolly old man He eats and sleeps well takes a deal of exerciseand is phvsically in better trim than many men of sixty Although it lias been 84 years since ho left Kentucky Mr Bol ing is tin alble t19 jjoin with the boys in having a good time and iin seeing the sighs ofLouisville Washington county is proud of this her native son who is probably the oldest of the real Home Comers Mr Boling has a number of certificates and affidavits showing the time of his birth and also his citizenship of Illinois He also hascopies of his home papers jcontaioingiaccounts of birthday dinners tendered him in 1904 and 1905 showing that he isJield in high esteem by iho people of II llnoh The papers and documents will be filed with the Home Com jing fl ciasand Iit is thought that Mr Boling will be awarded the prize for beins1 the longest away from his nativeState Asthma Snfierers Slionlil Know This Fdleyfl Honey and Tar has cured many cases of asthmathnt were con eldercd hopeless Mrs Adolpn lines log 701 West Third St Davenport Iowa writes A severe cold con tracted twelve years agowas neglec ted until it finally grew into asthma The heat medical skill available could LIve me more thnn temporary relief Foleya Honey and Tar was recommended and one fifty cent bottle cn hadfand if I had token it at the start I would have been saved years of sbffer ingv For sale by the Red Crone DrugStoie Goes on Man mnt Barbourville ICyAfter at tempting to carry out air alleged threat made when he was released from the penitentiary to kill Leyi Bays as soon as he could reach him General Williams was shot aud killed in Whitley county y ester day oy deputy sheriffs who were attempting to arrest him A young man named Lawson who was with Williams vas also lkill ed in the general fight which fol lowed the attempted arrest General Williams was released from the pen teotiary on1a few days ago afer erting ten years a on conviction of the change of cnitninal assault He iis said to have announced that his first act after leaving the prison would be to kill John Williams at Corbjn and Wesley Bays the father and Levi Bays the brother of the girlwhotn it is alleged he assault ed Upon making this de lara tion it was thought he was insane and an inquest Was held at Frankfort but the jury found him sane and lie was allowed Uo laave Williams reached this county yesterday Securing a gun apd eolstmg tlaid of Lawson he is said to have gone to the home of Bays He called Levi Bays lo tne door and when the latter responded fired on him vyth a Winchester rifle His aim was bad and the bill struck Bjys In the arm making ony a flesh wound Williams and his com pall on left after the shooting going up Brush creek Ham Lewis a deputy sheriff and S N Johnson who was sworn in as a special deputy startedtwith warrant for tha arrest of Til lams and Lawson They overtook the two near the Whitley county line A general fight followed and when the stribhe cleared away Williams and Lawson were dead Fcofiffllldili DoomI The feeling 6f impending doonfiin the minds of many victims of BrigbjLfl Oisease and diabetes has been cbang to thankfulness by the benefit die rivvd from taking Foleys Kidney Cure It vill cure incipient Brigbts diseasorand diabetes and even in the vorst cases givescomfort and relief Slight disorders are cured ii a few days CI had diajbetes in its worst form write Marion Leeof Dnnreatn Ind I tried eight physicians with out relief Only three botlldsfof FoleyS Kid ticy Cure made me a we- llinanSod by tne Red Cross Drug- Store j Mat nglyCoohey f A soeialeveptpemrO than us ual linterest at St Mails was the marriage Thursday at St Charles of Prof John M Cooney of Sto Marvs College aud Miss Margaret lVattingly The ceremony was performed br the Rev JJ Pike during Nup tial Muss in the presence ofa arge number of adnriring friends Tne att ndlqfswEie Prof Doud an iiniimate friend of the groom and Mr Paul Mattinglr The newly married cou pIe teok the afternoon train ipr Louisville where they will spenJII a few days with the Horne Com ers after which they will make an extended Eastern tour Returning they wifl go to Owens bro which city they will make their future borne Though quite young ProfuCboney has dohe considerablel 1d is known as a thorough classical scholar and an able educator His bride is the daughter of Mr Ben F Mattiugi3 of St Mary and one oftbe most estima ladies of that community Idf have a host of friends inj JWishhappinessLebanon Enter Lost Strayed fron my place a a mile from Litey on or a the 15th two 2 year eld si marked with an under bit inSleft ear Any linformation lea ilug tothe recovery of these ca tie will be rewarded v John Grigsby J 8bRFD No 1 Sprniitieia r 1 Thorn unrL Delayed 1 Miss Hattie Logsdon iis visi her aunt Mrs Fanny CoyL Jeosonton Mrs Bell Lanham and daiIter May visited Abe Canary family one day lastrweek Miss Della Mays a dsiOla have returned from a pi ant visit to their uncle Ge Barker Roy the little son of Mr Coyle is visiting his aunt j Nellie Lcgsdon this week aR 0 Oanrry Miss Mollie lor andRichard Bomley will tend the Home Coming in Lou ville this week G W Cocauongfier iis at t brother Clems at lexas with bad case of ma11poxSMiss SaJieFenwicV and feist AdrayCdry ITR BArker of Mississippi vii ting his sister Mrs KE Jefferson thisweeke Mr Bn Hardiri is In Lou ville with his brother Joe w is ill with typhoid fever Stanley Fenwicl visited parents Saturday and Sunday We had avery bard wind j rainstorm last Saturday wfc save the farmers a good sea- to finish setting tobacco- Phe wheat in this neigh hood is very tine and is at ready for the binder The c crop is fairly good Mr R E Adams of Fenw f one of Washington count greatest architects is buildin mansion for Abe Canary He n also erecting P pair of sock Scales Born t the wife of Thomas Ash on tha 11th a girl There is oneed worrviup along i discomfort because of a disordered c gestion Get a bottle of Kodol Dyapepaiaand see what It reill do you lCofIolnpt only digests wi you eat and gives that tired stoma correctiveI i q ach Kodol will make your stouaJ young and healthy again You wj worry just in the proportion ti your stomach worries you Vofl means the loss of ability to do y best Worry is to be avoided al times Kodol will take the worTr f your stomach Sold by all dr gists Why not take your coun hams to C W Hagan and the highest market price them cash af preferred J ttttck kttkk E Have Yon Bought aNew Buggy Yett t ii you Jiave1 not placed your ord1i will do twell to give us a call j It We carry anice line of the celebrated MOYER and ANCHOR ikes w iSPSji buggies both steel and rubber tires runabouts and surreys Let Us PlicIs tlii t 4ie to you and be convinced that we HAVE THE GOODS AND WlppMAJCE r THE PRICESS 4 d it IEIEseeOU llinei iar of Blue Grass Lawn Mowers Ir all sifts sitit 4 f GilD Robertson 8t Co t t 1 e H 3 i JJ- H ti j er1ti fiIu1fi 1 1 jjIf ished setting t btcco and every thing bids fair for a fUll crop in this section Corn is doing finely butthe oat crops a failure aDd the wheat crop will be light George Armstrong has sold hisfarm to W S Kays of Anderson countv The farm con totins 90 acres and the price pajd was 2 675 Mir Kay has sold his farm to John Seay for 20 50 per aqie There will bejii Sunday school institute at Fairview church be ginning PridayTnigbt tha22nd and continuing until Sunday ight It will be conducted by iev Robert Hopkins who we iderstand is an able man We ape much gopd may be done by i Mr W C Drurv happened ton ther serious accident one day itweek His horse became riphtened arid ran away Mr Drury was tlirown out and be coming entanglqd in tbe Jine61 was dragged almost through the creek Yon cannot induce a lower animali to eat heartily idLIA sick dog starves himself and gets well The btomach enco overworked muat have rest tqe same as your feet or eyes Yotvdotithave to otaryetc rest your stomach Kodol for Dys Bpsia takes bp the work for your itomach digests what you eat and rives it a rest Puts it back in condi tion again You cant feel good with aj disordered stomach Try Kcdol Sold by aU dru ffista 9jIIisbur J Mr Toni Coulter of the kills ooro vicinity knd Miss FJSSsio ffardln of Scruggville reunited in the hbly bonds of mat Hmony Sunday evening at the home of Rev J ASims Both are prominent young people and we wih them much happiness The lecture given by Rev Young at thiis place Sunday evening was much enjoyed by the large crowd present Mr J Wj Walls and family of Pleasant Groove spent Sunday with W T Wells and family Rey Sim filled his appoint ment at the Christian church at Van Buren iSunday night Quite a number of our citizens who attended the HomeComing have returned home stating that they had a good time RevGeorge Scruggs ot Moore yule Ind pond Dr J SScuggs- uf OFallony Ill spent several days with Mrs Sue Merritt Rev Sims and AV P Scruggs last week Their relatives and friends were glad tto see them Dr Scruggs r4fticl the Was1ington county papers and rfqudsted a copy of last weeks papeistating that he wanted to tell hJsfriends- in Illinois tie came Irom the grand old county in Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln wa born May they live to vjsit this place where tjiir kindred live and enjoy many more happy dysis our wish John Turner and Oscrr Mcll voy spent Sunday here Ray Wells has returned from a visit to h grandparents at Law renceburg Farmers are busy harvesting this weetr Mrs Mary Hines and daugh ter of Pleasant Valley spent Sunday with L W Jenkins and family THE iiEXAS WONDER LureS all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or two months treatmentby mail for Dr E W dU2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estimoiifals f Wool Dress Goods J Black and Colored Pan anas and Mpl airs Black and Culored B acltinti Colored Serge I7I7 Black and Colored Prunellas Creams and Evening Shades in Bali to Panama Serges ansF Henrettas 7 M V tf M We stoeei in Mens Boys and Cbildrens i Suits in the new Grays Also a full p line of Coat andPant Suits in Blud Serges and Grj y We making Special prices in en tire otoclt rX F WIIM i Mothers Ear WOttD HI MOTHERS EARS WHEN 4flURNC IN INPANT AlfO IN TH MOUTHS THAT BSFOKtt THAT TIME g SCOTTS EMULSION 34 ANPrOUttGHMliNTS THE HEALTH OF DOTH MOTHER ANO CHILD l for free sample I ISBOWNE Chemists New Ycit- Jjoo druggbu I MAUD JVe needed the recent rain s o very badly that little complaint was heard among the farmers Miss Evelyn Royalty of Springfield has been the guest of Miss Bathe Huston Miss Roxy Wakefield is at home from Catherines She of the graduates this year Mr Forrest Pottinger wife and two handsome little sons oT Washington D G have arrived to spend the summer vith Mrs Pottingers parents Mr and Mrs David Huston Mr Frank WakolSd and sister Miss Belle attended the com mencement exercises ai Catherines last Tuesday The temperance lecture at New Hone Judge Thurman on Jast Sunday afternoon was well at tended The church which is an unusually large crowded while a number did not secure seats Miss Fairy Lyddane entertain ed the following at a four course dinner last Sunday Misses Sue and Bertha Edgerton Spring field Dollye and Lydia Virgin Hugh and Mit Leach au Willis burg Ernest Goailey and Gilbert Donahoe Lee God beyand wife Mr Cutsinger and wife and Mr Ballard antl wife Walter Goatley and sister Misslmogeneof Valley Hill attended the llecture at New Hope Sunday Misses Villa Jtfurpliy and LilL bhehan Messrs Alex H inkle and Chas Lewis of Bfbbinhed were recent guests of Miss Josie Shehan Miss Nancy Sheban and Mr Clyde Browfi are spenaing the vacation with their parents here after attending school at Baids town Mrs Kate Shewraaker visited her Hum Shewmaker last Tuesday Edward Goatley was in Bloom held Monday Mr M L Troutman and daughter Mrs pra Grume and little wre guests of Mr rd Sunrd1Vildnsou serI aItwoIrelatives and friends to mourn symIe last week and visited his mother at Belmont Forest View Mr Roy Smith and Miss Alice Blanford Emancel Smith and Miss Hester Blarford Eddie Osborn and Miss Blanford Herman Smith and Miss Lucy Blanford attended the commence ment at Nazareth last week John VTQlingtn from St Vincents academy Union county and his brother Daniel of Louisville are spending a few days with their parents flVIrginiaHenryOrkiesOrkiesBert Smith and wife of near Frederickstown Richard Keene and wife after attending church at St Rose spent the remainder of the day at Mr Joe Carricos On Tuesday morning of last weekMr Pius Nally died at his home at this place his sickness from typhoid fever to hemorhage Drs Hyatt and Ro Bard were quickly summoned and everything that could be done by good doctors devoted family and Idud neighbors done but the Great Physician from on high had sent his sum appearbeforeback upon his Christian life there wil notbe a cloud seen to gloryHeCatholic chuich not missing a service when abje4o attendt He diedwell fortified with the sacred rights of the church He a member ofthe Holy Name and his example in that order shininglightguide them in the path that leads around the great mountains of wickedness on to the firm and solid rock of christlanty He will be missed from the family famil1alteri cant Though many lines rcay be written to his memory yet there wi1 be none penned to his great worth with more and truer friendship than thee and as a last token of respect wo lay this amid the beautiful and fragrant flowers that mark his last resting place and turn sadly away KING BEE OF THE WOODS Tlirc PhYslClall Trc Him WittOnt SOCK N Iv Yancy of Paducah writes I d severe of kidney disease three of the best physic ians in Kentucky treated me wjlhout success Ithen too Foloys Kidney Cure The first bottli gave iimmediate relief three bottles cured me permanently I gladly recommend this wonderful remoay Sold by Red Cross Drug Store MOOR SVILLE Mrs Enfma Duncan accompa nied by her two little girls Ora Lee tipd Lucille came homo last amljlothergone eleven years Mr Milionof Mackvillest6p ped over Sunday to his sif There was a good crowd out to hear Rev Itoggis at JTew Hope church last Sunday Mr Walter Wilkinson departed this life June 10 He joined the Methodist chupfcli a short time The remains were interred at New flope cemetery after vices at Mt Zion church montllsloldinterred at St Rose She died of cholera infantum- Mr T H Hardiu and two lit tie girls arti visiting hnr parents at this place Mrs JB S Boblatt and family Springfield visit relative here Hon 1 H TJiurmaa dcliyerad a temperance speech at New Hope church last Sunday eyeD ing to a large nnd appreciaiive audfencv His address was well receive anl madeugood1un pression On the people He complimented the NewsLeader on t are all are COMB St was one St by one was son son Za was all was Ky had case and and see ter ago ser was are ng he Lace Curtains We arestill showing reat variety of Lace Curtains offer for one third less than their actual value Iii this lot ve will otTer 000 for 403 4 V a 00 values for 350 450 values lor 300 v- rrv m50 values for 2 sU S g 300 values for 2CO vl ffi 200 for iSS1 values for lOQ- If you fn need of Curtains dontfail to see this lot as we bought thf m far their btual i an article that was published inI that paper June 7th Miss EarlOffutt of Booker is yisiting Miss Ardia Wall wasinSpriugfield Anyifynesolmnie lines dined with Miss Ora Carney MrTess Pile of Wtodlawn attended church at New Hope last Sunday and din d with Mrs Emmett Settleand family Mrs Susan Boblit of Louis yule is visiting her aunt Mrs Cathie Settle Mr3en Pile and two da glt ters and Mrs John Stevenson took lit tile homeComirrg in city tbeI Thousands aniiaaMy bear witness TheseIpleasant borne a reputation second to none a a laxative and cathartic They are a Staple an bread Jn millionsof homes Pleasant but effective Will promptly relieve constipation witbout ffripins Sold by all druggists J Valley Hill T MrJnnesLairof Louisville visited his mother at this place last week i Burgessand Ray Pinkston visited relatiyts at Moor sville Wed nesday Miss Beatrice Foster of lIen ry county ivlo is spending the summer with her gracd parents Mr and Mrs M D Reid of tIns place Mr and Mrs Henry Crouch i of near Springfield visited rela lives in this section Sunday Robert Montgomery and wife1 were in our Sunday Mr Ben Edwards of Science Hall visited relatives here Monday JenrVmisburtihis section Mocday LoIt Borders and wife of Springfield visited Mrl and Mrs R L Goatley of lltis place Sun day Eddie Pinkston tiiiited rela tives near Ppiin the first of the week Mumps still prevail In this ection Ray Pinkston and Har ry Derringer now being affected Mrs J C Piles received a small flesh wound recently while washing a buggy the doctors fearing blood poison Miss Elinor Elliott of Louis viile is visiting Miss Beatrice Foster of this place- SMiss Ruby ONeal visited Mis es Elliott and Foster at the turdayi1MISS AddieLee Piles is threat encd with typhoid fever How ever Dr Hyatt the attending r physician thinks it can be prevented Several from this place attend ed the temperance speaking at New HopeSunday Jas Moran Jr attended the funeral of Walter Wilkinson a t Mt Zion Sunday Mr and Mrs Ricbajd Walker ofjnear the Beech Bridge spent Sunday with J C Piles and wife of this paco Harvesting Isprogressing nice ly in this section the yield a grain exceeding the expectation- ofth farmers is of extra quality and rye is equally asood IjIIi m Rev Soiners of Georgetown flled his rpgular at Rock Bridge Su appointmentI Several from t i ii E SPECIAL SALE OFI SUMMER GOODS I i I F And CarpetsC Wall Paper and Lace Curtains i4 te Q l We arelpreparcd tto show the largest assortment of Printed and Wash Fabrics we have I fj= ever shown consisting of Batiste Organdies Dotted Swiss Fine Dimities Silk Tissues tHer 7 S cerized ChecKs etc r r21 MehosI Clothing i popular thisl Springfield changing a Nnttnghail1sBt values values C- lnQ are below value midst home Wheat = fl JC rpetst i Pot the next8Odtrs we will make speciall all grades of Carpets in Axministers LineoII Brusells Ingrains Sultanis and BCU1P bums Mattings nhd Oil Cloths w Wall Paper y We will also offer for the nextthirty days our eniiin tire stock of Wall Paper aionethlrtl less than regular prices 4a5ac paper 18c 20c paper 15c 15c paper TO 124c paper 8ic lOc paper 7c Jc paper Gc o Border and Cf ilipge to match any wall Io 4 Cunningham 8 Duncanloft loa 4 t I P fKILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KingsNew I TONSUMPTION PrIce Ii FOBOeGHSandI 50c1QIOLDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BACK the show at Willisturg last Sat urday night The farmers in this section are through setting tobacco In spite of the scarcity of plants these isc about a full crop in this sec ion Ed Goff bought a binder rrom JM ShieldsofWilhisburgfor5O Ben Crouch Esq John Gordon sand Riehari Harun bought a threshing oatfit fromR D Ri ley for SyQO Chaplinisiedand Sunday Wheat harvest is In full blat Wheat is fairly g od in this sec tion t Mr Loyd Cookseyof BotTani iis in our midst Mrs Ed Mitchell of Antioch visitedMrs E Gost n last week Rev Sims preached to an at tentive audience at independents last Sunday preichestIndependent second Sunuay The sworn statement ofthc manu facturcrs protect you in Kennedys Laxative Hoiey and Tarthe dough syrup that drives the coldout of your ystem Sold by all drcggists t Maokvile Mackviile has quite a number of visitors They are fiooie corners and some of them liavs offolder ones are rlr and Irs John Isham of Kansas John Wood and wife OklahomaCIaud and Jim Bricken of Missouri Mrs John Gray of Texas E B Peter of Texas Ives tJloyd of Illinois and Mr Dick Litsey of Tex is Baseand Murie Peter of Pitts burg were here fSatlirday and- S tday visiting their uncles P ris and Orc neth Peer They returned by day of Cjlm stead to spend a few days with their parents Dr and Mrs P Peter Mr Parrott and Mig N Jpl drove to the parsonage Tuesday and were married by the RevP Walker It wasiquite a surprise 7to the people Several from Mackyijle were takihginifiss Marie Baker came homo Saturday from Columbus Ohio where she had been to see her san Walter who died Thursday Rev Young give temperance lecture Suriday morning Everybody was pleased In Memoriam Died at his home Monday night June4th 1900 Mr Jacob Cacan ougher He lacked one rear of tst 1he was not a very feeble man He was only sick a short time and regardless of the hindrances he did not want for anything and all that loving hapds could do for him was done His death was sd but the surrounding circumstances were sadder and though his friends and loved durIChrist and His redeemed were witnesses of Ltbe death scene and were anxjous to welcome hint to that and or pure delight where saints immortalreigriI Ino h id been a faithful member of the Bethlehem Baptist church for years liavjng seryedas dea con aid1 a trustee for quite a bestlJovedard agr abe mao lIe leaves t vo sons apd a daughter Mrs J enriE Colvir ii Calfornia to miss him and weep for him but why wuep when he is happy My hjs unsaved loed cnesandj- Ijttle grand chllrenI who loved himdeprlYtbe led to trust the God he trusted so that when the toils of this life are over they will bo reunited with their loved ones who pave preceded to that home not made with hands eternal ntheFleamnsn 4A1tANDDATCIflg Shot in the Head IMl Ccgar Shye cf thiscity haS been working with the Ware Drug Company at Middles boro for the past month arrived Danville Saturday afternoon and thanks his sars that he is gain safe and s undiin Little Britain Mr Shye tolls a terrible story i an1thett being shot to death byitt red men f st Friday evening To support is story 1I e is carryingi a bad aing scalp wound in the top I f Hs head which was 88 Smith Wesson madebyjj all cut a clee ft rrow as it 3 Wi iiN wli iNfi ikk Wif E1 t FOR fl = t a S 10 DAYS I t j1 t We will offer a special Itr l c c 120 3 1 Per Cent Discount iI 1I1 1 I 1 We will also offer Special Prices Ii 3 on all Goods to Casfcf I 1 f Customers ir f ItI I If 1 GRUNDY J fflcITIRE f11 o om lf m f fE SSSGQQ oooo oooo IITimeFlies Is an old I to now JumpII JtodayAccurate Elegant Jewelry I rW c 5J zi 1 tt5tock my being expert in selectingi a jewelry To t met ey buy me Si James graves OO OOOOOOOO oo k To Close Them Outi jj r I hive had a remarjkly good tii 1run hammock sales this rseason and have only a Jew left which I will offerrat I ZJ t Prices tqlIlakffp fL- ZJ fJ tI Them rfeIL i Come and get one beforethey they arerall gone dsl fd9rjtjt tiintend to carry any over n = rz W Everything in C FuwahLine1 lJIt iJ j 4 W E LE1CHMAN fFURNITURE MAN Ci fl 1 4 1 WBHAVB TO INVEST t S75O O5W CLIENTS S1OOOOOQ g good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturing rank or Trust Company propositions t tv w AND SELL iBuy sell entire issues of municipal arid corporation i 1i1 KELLER EUILDENQ LOLISVILLE 4- ploughed through the flesbj and it will take several days for it to heal According to Sbyes story ayoung lady had been insulted in the city when the enragedbrothers went in search of the offender they mistook Mr SLye for the right Three gaus flashed in his before he had time to ex pain bis indentitv Only one shot was arsdand h duckedl his head just in tie to miss the bullet which w A mcfant for a ttal spot vonli laave re suited in instant do sth had it- t I 4 sI adage a big though from the time first clock chasm and what have IClocks and ii what you find the year round ScSWIlS r reflects stock save from t J J of f ti THE FOR in BUY and RY Mr and man a2e and struck an inch llower His qaidk dodge no doubt saved his life Several nearby men came to his assistance and pulled the men away After while Iiti was learned that they had attacked the trodg man jand Mr Shye was offered is s pcJrg sumntt t3 prosecute Ha isntdeClde whether lie will raturn o M iddlesboro or not nd appear against the m Advocate Gotd workpainttpp on to- st4y1dIOk wollguiranteed bySVQF1Iy t It DR JM BURTON t 4RSDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED t fT OUT PAIN i l OFFICE Hagan Blockup stairs p SPRINGFIELD KY A11 Dental Work Strictly 1 t Firstclass b ZJjpr J H L AMPTON DR J C MUD D 1 LAMPTON MUDD f I EPhjMcians and Surgeons Offices over Haydons Drugstore W F GR1GSBY f J ATTORNEYATLAWI t Office over Tcoploa Bank 8PRINOFIELD KY Jp B RoBARDS M W FYATT L RoBARDS HYATT Physicians fflfld 3nrgeonsI Office over McElroy Shultz DR Jp HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over tJ Office 97- Residence Hagans Grocery I 71 v r JOHN Y MAYS e OHERAL viECTOlls AND LICENSED MDAMER- iTELEPHONE i DAY519 NIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY I Rairoad Schedule Foliowjng is the time schedule now in effect on the Bicdstown arid Springfield branch railroad N5 41 Leayes Louisville at II 4lp pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives tit Springfield 645 p w No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 017 amaBardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 73Q am Bardstown Janctiqn 930am Bardstown 1115 arf arrives at Springfield 1240 pma No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bill d tpn 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pmtNo 90 Sundays on1yLeaesv Springfield at 715 am Bardsk rtown 8 am Bardstown Junction- s845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am fNo 91 Sundays onlY7 Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards own 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm n i BoMs Carriage Repair Shop All kinds rood work arid up holstering done Grain Cradles on hand for sale I have for sale now bne pew I handmade buggy new hand made spring wagon and a good second handspring wagon L will work cheaply for the tmoney All work strictly cash 1WHBOND l t Springfield Ky i J FRESH BREAD i ROLLS AND CAKESD Baked Daily Always goody always fresh We havea new Baker who is an arji lust at riaking good things t Six Loaves orBread for 25c Hertliens Confectionery I1 SC B leghorns Exclusively Eggs for sale 100 ior 1- 5IO1or3O or MRS L N REED Ie RDNo3GO EXPERIENCE r PATENTS TRADE MARKS j DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS cAnyone genrtlng a sketch and description may qnlck7 ascertuin our opinion free whether an Intention isprohnblr pntontnblo Commnnlen thtIUlJtr1CtMcohlentlnL on PAtents for iccurinffpatenu- Intcnta taken tbroucli Jlunn Co receive iptclol notice wlUiontcbBrao Intbo ZciuftIic Jlrneikau AhaMdmelylllnstrated weeWr Jjirsostjdr cnlatlon uf any scicnUUo journal Tornis f3 4tz fourmonthsI L Sold by all fi1UNN CO3G1DroadwaJ New YorkAI Jlranch t5 V BUWnshlugton D rqr Wny take a dozen things to curc that ctcgh Kennedys Lara live lioney ai d Tar allays the congestion stops that tickling drives the cold out through sour bowel Sold by all druggists k frt- iI i TOVNS I wmW iroW Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest i AllAbout Yourself Friends and Acquaintances M M Fresh breidla Johnson Mc Cabes Butter on iicer at Johnson McCabes H ii tiia at Johnson tJr McCabes Pure country sorghum fat C W Hagans Country sorghum at Johnson McOabes IJohnsonif All kiods of fancy cakes at Johnson t MjcCftbas Xtra speciil bargains in Lace Curtains at Robertson Bros Sweet andsour pickles in bott tie and bulk at Johnson McCaoe Fresh fruit and vegetables always on hand at Johnson Mc Cabesf If you want a good reliable nice stylishshe ata reasonable price see P J Thomas Just received new lot of ladies LinerieiSuits and separate- kirtsat R bartson Bros Best market price paid at all times for country produce cash if preferred CWHagan- WantdiOpO gallons of nice cherries Wili pay the bestinar ket price fdr them C W Hagan The be tfElastic Roofing Paint on the market For sale by W i 0 Foley Springfield Carriage Shop Jr r Cull Monday court day if not sooner and get a pair shoes for 50c or 75c ORth JJOO to 8150I Po J Thomas The place to get anything you want in notions genfe furnishing goods etc as cheap as anybodys nd ion per ceht off for cash iP J Thomas j From now on you can at any get t9 best and freshest p- egetabl that are on the mar et beans peas ucumber strawberriesi pineapples in fact u anything that is on the market t C W Hapan r Call at JW C Foleys Carriage Paint Shop and get prices and samples pf the best Elastic Rooftt ing Pain Good for all kinds off metal paper and felt roofs Guaranteed for five year LosTiOn the sthofSpringfield a pair of rose glasses with shWbt gold chain attached Finder w ilt please the returtp NEWSIiE4DiR 0fi reward j The Republican county com mittee vpll inqet Monday county court dayat Grigsbys law office at 2 oclock pm orthe purpos of electinga chairman J and secretary A full attendances desired The many friends here of i George Young thold carpenter and contractor who went tb San Francisco to live several years i ago and wh was in that ill fated city during the earthquake will be glad to learn that he has been heard jfrom It was at first feared Mt Young bad perished n the great disaster but Miss Any tinehaut who has just come I c I Il If You Want el- c fI t Anything in I Real Estate I C or rIInsurance It Vtii c t Call pn t IBD LAKE t C I I CC UTOPICS I otM3from the Golden Gate says that he is safe and is at presentfat the home of her brother Dr Rlne hart in Odklandw Col Young the temperance orator spoke to a good crowd at the Court House here Saturday rtigiit He shows great familiarity with his subject and presents some convincing argiflnents Col Young also spoke Mackville and other points in the county The Washington county head quarters during the Homa Coming celebration at Louisville last week was about the most popular place in the Armory building where all of the coun ties of the state Were represented The headquarters were in charge of Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes as Commissioner and Hostess Miss Sadie Maye as Maid of Honor and Marshall Duncan as Vice Commissioner all of whom did the honors of the occasion nicely and made all homecoming Washington count natives feel glad to be therp Washington countys registration was one of the largest of any couny in the state This county will also probably win the prize for regis tering the oldest Home Comer although that point has not yet been determined GregoryCleland The wedding of Miss Elizabeth Mae Gregory and Mr Carlisle Thornton Clelaiid was solemnized at 4 oclock yesterday ternpon in the Pleasant Gr ve Presby terilin church Rev W T Over street performing the ceremony The service was one of unusual beauty and was a tribute of lqveI to one of the fairest of that neighborhoods excellent daugh tel The church was decorated in white and green boughs of the Ibeech trees that surround the idrarch massed against the altar forming a verdant background studded with white chrysanthe mums Festoons of leaves and otted plants were also used in the decoration Mrs C Av West theV brides unt was matron of honor and Misses Annie Boston of Paris Ky and Ellen Gregory the brides sister were ribbon bear ers Mr A J Heyener of Salamanca N Ywas best man and Messrs Wathen Simnis Nat Thompson C A West and Richard Kelly acted as ushers The wedding party entered the church inthe following order lo the music of Tannehausers wedding march played by Miss Prances Martin Rev W T Ovcrstreet who took his place in front of the altar the ushers following immediately up both aisles taking positions at the side oftile altar The matron of horipr entered the riglitfuisle andI the bride followed alone the groomrwith hisbest man entered the lefc aisle as the bride entered the right meeting the bride at the altar the bridal pair facing the jiudience when the ceremony wai pronounced During the ceremony Roubenstoins Melody in F was played and the party marched out to the strains of Mendelsohns Wedding march The bride wore a pricess gown of white lace on chiffon overJ white taffeta silk with tulle veil and carried Bride rose The l matronofhonor wore white chiffon taffeta silk with picture hat and earned pink roses The ribbon girls were gowned inI white and wore white picture liats After the ceremony the bridal party and a large number of their friends were entertained by Mr and Mrs LuciehGregory cOUrseIwas decorated in white and pink flowers banked in the centre of the table around a mirror surmounted r by a vase of pink roses The guests were served inaivid I ually Mr and Mrs Gregory J IofI event was replete with pleasure After the reception the bride and groom left by way of Leba non for Middlesbpro where they will residerfte briue wore a gray inisible check traveling gown The guests from a distance were Prof TE Cleland Dan ville father of the groom Mrs S H Gregory Alton Dl Misses Annie Boston Paris Anna KathrynelWalker land Stanford Mr and Mrs F H Ewing Mr and Mrs Lapsley q gj Its Worth traveling a long distance w to have your teeth extracted J Without Pain or Danger lj jj All work guaranteed If w in 4L G CRUME EL D S j t Ii Bardstown KJy m w 33 333 3 3 333333333333 j Ewing Danville Miss Sus1ej Moore and Frank Moore Bards townJ C West Macon Ga i Deathof R T Bishop x MJ R T Bishop an old and I respected citizen of the Mt Zion neighborhood died at his home half way between Polin and Mt oZ1onmorning of the infirmities inci ff sold age The deceasecF i was 76 years Ofqg1 and hadI been ah upright and good cltfzert ahd wqs respected by all who kntfw hjm Hewa a member of the Mt Zion church at which place the funeral services were held on Monday Mr Bishop isIthissurvived by his wife and four daughters as follows Mesdames Cammack Wade ChesserV T Hardesty and Luther Cash Several children have died Dr Walter Baker Dead M aNewsweek of the death jn Columbus of Walter Bakera former Wash C ingtoncouhty young man who had moved from this county several years ago to Bloomington 0 III The deceased was a son of Mr and Mrs Richard Baker of this county Last fall he spent several weeks with his parents here Shortly before his vis it oron October 2nd he was tomarriedMiss Harriett M Ba lessdaugh ler of a prominent farmer of that C place About ten days ago Mr tc Bakers mother received word ihat her son was very ill in Columbus where he had gone t submit to a surgical operation Mrs Baker left immediately forv fothatwhen the end came The remains were taken to Bloomington the is home of the wife for bu ialJ Walter Baker had a host of friends in this county who will learn with regret of his untimely deathalFECNALS C Mrs Will Hagau is visiting her mother at Adairville Mr Joe S Claybrooke iis here n business this weekwMr and Mrs Wi E Leach man the spent last week in Louisville yuMissLouisville the past week Dr L M Burton is visiting relatives at Kirksville H Mr Maud Hughes of Blcotha held is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs Joe S Clay in brooke are guests of ialatives Mr and Mrs Walter Reidell H have returned from Louisville V Dr Hopper visited his parents tt Perry ville the first of the week Mr Joseph Wayne of Texas s visiting relatives in the county teMrr 3t Louis visited at Mrs Me Milieus MISS Nannie Dploaey of Leb are mon is visiting Miss Francesco iartin Mr George Gartin of Bloom in ngton Ind is Visiting Mrs A I Shultz for Ruel Foster and W11 S lecman pent Saturday and Sunday in jouisville ling Mr J R Gore and family jJ6 pent several days in Hodgbnhe ille last week mrana ivirsoicpnenf E r 7 of Kansas City Mo are visiting relatives here rdjMr and Mrs C C 4cCho returned from Lou isi Sunday evening Mr Joe Ed Thompjoni of Piitsburg is here this week to visit home folks Mr CtiaS R McEtroy of Kansas City is visiting his par ents here this week Postmaster YoA Waters reo t rnd last week from a pleasure trip to Washington IfrMrsJ L Allen arid daughter Miss Marnier returned Monday from Louisville j Hon W D Jay rOQkeis vis ting his brother Hjubertat Sctlsboro Ala Mrs Ida Osbouroe of Sebee Ky is visiting the family of her brother Dr Trusty Messrs EE al1d C MPeters f Fittsburg Pa are visiting relatives here this week Mrs James C Cheschire c ort Scstt Kan is visiting her mother Mrs Mollie Mayes I Mrs J L Wharton and Mis Kate visited relatives in Louisc ville Tuesday and Wednesday Miss Elizabeth Waters leitt morning to yisit Miss Naomii ILDoss of Franklin a month OMrsoftLOVlsvil1J H Hopper last week Miss Theresa Hill and Mrsc sinnieMreaM3m- ity Mo spent Sunday here with his frienJEmmettMcElrpy SMisspreenevBrownsMonday Misses Margaret paidIng and Sarah Simms are visiting tlus sfamilyt this week Mr Jphn T Cray roftofl hicagp is visiting herdaugh rs Mrs G C Wharton and fl Mrs IV D McElroy Dr Lee Shuck of Nelson MoT W1H retheljrst of the week to 3tt relatives Dr Shuck was a rmer Lebanon boy V bMrsville Sunday to see lie brother roepoint of death Mrs John F Ryan and three younger cbildren of PapjsTex w re visiting Mr and Mrs J ti Janes and other relatives here Mr James Muiattaof WebiBtityMo is among the Homciiin Comers who are visiting old friends in Springfield tins week Miss Katie Hertlein spent las Teekt t Ihomo of Mrs Cannon father Mr Brindley inLouiso eWeElmer Folt3r arid Wife ofrrchis VVindsor Mare atriong the domeThey are visiting W T McMill a ns family Mr W S Platt of Mt Washl iil sgtoriowhoi county is here to visit rlativs- eis l a nephew lof Mrs Natfhie- Valker v Mr King Comstock fof Okla homals brotherY pTGomstocl left this place seven- enyearsago John c Isham and wife ofU1 Lansing Kansas are visiting H relatives in Mackville They former residents oftbise untySCal J H Bright who has been charge of the telephone con struction gang in this county several months has gone to Winchester Prof J H Harmon of Bow Green came in last week toP in Mrs Harmon in a visit to r parents near Tex is son Miss Mary Le Sirickland of a EBifr r r EiaaaEEA How Is Your Blood will Its Good if You Have Taken m Perfection Sarsaparfilath Wt8iI CAsk anyone who has taken it and they will tell yen Is that it makes them feel eellike new1 Puts life into you makes you feel strong Price 100 per bottleac I C J HAYDONV pean Corner Drug StorerJIm U EE EE 1 1J vyiLi7U ye T4Testedt6d Uave fitted hundreds of others gi and can Lt yni Names and g Prescriptions on file c6me and isecfor yourself Give jour g eyes the attention at t e S time and place Nothing rightiihigh grade goods All 1 modern kinds and styles of if Jilenses Bifocals of every de tscription 3 i ASTIGMATIC a RRECrIONSIIII g Graduate Optician always on a hand to make test Satislac e J9 ijion guaranteed 1 tEi M Russell OOMqJM IcV Tusculoosa Ala daughter of the late A GStricklandformer pastor of the Presbyterian churce is visiting at the lhome of Mr Morrison ONan Mrs S 9 Moore and brother William Green who have been here with their mo her Kate Green returned to their jestersi ay I Prof Tc Oleland of Parks ville was hereto attend the marriage of his sari tp liiiss izzie Mae Gregory Prof leland once Jtaiiglit school at his plac N Mrs Mary L Wiesen atid- hildren of Louisville are here to- pendthe summer at the Rj A cElroy hctae Mrs Wiesen is sister of Mrs Walter E Leach arn Mr John Orkies a former by who iiin the news- aper business at New Martins Ule W Vais among the Home Comers He is a guest of bis brothers and father Mr Marshall Dune m flier the week acting as Vice Commissioner for Washihs ton county at the Howe Coming celebration has gone on torVr ginia to visit an okl poUege riend MrI B Peter of DclntonI exas vas among Ihe Home Corners in Louisville last week and is this Week visiting rela tives at MackviUe He is rother of Mr Orceneth Peter and moved from this county toI exas 40 years agovSweeney Hagan will leave npxt week for Denver Colorado J here he will locate so as to get the healthful thsadYeiHDr place He ex eels tQ return with Benedct t aker who has a good position Denver and who is here with the Home Comers hesjck ig tMrs flD Tapp who was talcttn to Louii yule last week to untt dergo an operation for appebditt returned hpme Friday morning the physicians having i not to perform the oper tidn Mrs Tapp is nyich better Mr Luther A Burns is quite l of typhoid fever and has had alarming sjmptoms From last accounts he was spme better Mrs George Colvin has been quite sick for severaldtiys Miss Pearl Campbell has ty liow fever and is ruite sick The siiicerest tribute that can be paid superiority is imitation The any imitations of DeWitts Witch azel Salve that are now before the public prove it the beat Ask forDe Witts Good for burns scalds chaff d skin eczenia tctter cuts boils utid piles Highly recommendedand reliable Sold by all druggists Letter List List of letters remaining un called1 for in the Springfield Ky 0 week ending June 20 05 Arcade Hotel Mrs Sallie Ha gan Eirnest Croutis Frank Los Will Lurqe2 Miss Emmer Nors Joseph Moore Mrs Bud j Rogers 2iS AnnR Walker Persons caning Io theseletters please say advertised andC give date oflist WA Wates PM NOW OPEN Weir to notify the public J atthe New Springfield Hotell now open anti ready for business Wcarc thoroughly equipped for the- conrnodatIon of the travellirg public and for regular boa dersl Board can be furnished on the Euro plan Lunches and short ordeJ alse IJJ ManagerIl PROfiTABLEANDm l TOlwllenybu lmfrW in advone 11tMtiMaic using an Ghol 11y Ptiat oIisfaPAINT has tPaintThey fyear31heref mdbCrallSj1yre heYtqucxlianddnrabiIiyfozCCO1ioniycncjfor J f 4rGETITAT TIlE REDtROSS DRUG STORE I8 oc 1Clearan1 V has now Ibegim at the BIG STORE Be sure to attend same if you want some Genuine Bargains I 3000000t 1Carp1 8 Clearance ale BargainsAj 8Friday and Satuirti3pf tfyls weekSt iLadiEs Whit Lawn Hemstitcli Handfcarchjefs 2oc a dos 4711 Glycerine Soap 15cfi Hl l I V 125 grade check bilk for 6 cJ SW- Cojgites Turkish Bath Soap 4c W B Corsets odds and ends of 100 grade 5Qc o Jib lot Mnns l 00 shirts for 25c c No 60 all Silk Ribbon in black and colors JOc yard o Lacieshico white ribbed low neck and shqi sleVe vest 9c TbJe Oh Coth lJc yard Gold e edies 4cpaper Nice Hamburg Edge and Insertion 5 and 10 cents a yard Mens41- Suis IO5 J Q BigBargainsiiBoysSuii o Good India Linon worth 12Ac lOc ydk 0 TabeLinens Napkins and Towels at OosLt Rfemenaher we are offering four entire stock at greatJvi reduced prIces i ROBERTSON BROS- OOoOOooooooo g 6Xoo6 oo === oooo Ii I The first National Bank I g SPRING frlBLD ICY 8 Gapilal 50OOO Surplus and Undivided Profits 231000 OFFICitB ILitsey President John W Lewis VlcePresldisit A C dtroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Oasnier TRi E I 3osterBookKeeper U H Purd m As t BookKeeper g DIRECTORS B 1ft Litsey J W Lewjs Sidney Green F M Caip 8 ellRH Edelen H M Grundy John O Polin 1 tWe grant every favor consistent with sa4e banking Your bnl ness respectfully solicited t SsSIroo SSSSllISS1 i f oo oooo MARKS GREENra 7 i The old Reliable Manufacturers 10 I and Dealers In all Kinds of LUMERJLATHS SHINGLS SASH DOORS BBI S 1 tWe handle tbecelebllatedLi Mixed nQ 1 Cod I Cantb3Bestt ic t I We are sole ageLtsprw I ACME MENTfELASTER The Best on Earth Prices Bight j1Iub Office and Yards or o jJoctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky 0 IF EVERYBODYS BUSINESS Ii tf1 l X Is Nobodys Buline3rBut our BMti IIIpiJ J fIsl to give the public the beat work in J4 + wl Tinning and Plumbing Jl lIat the least possible cost GIVE US A CALL v ll J MpRjTCi1ARD 7 PRlNGFIELDKY L r ALUSitliTSiCILIAN Is it true row Vint to tookxdd Then ktcp your grtylitlr IHwl then useHss Hair Renewer and hvc all the dark rich coo of early life micfcd to your I T T Released on Bond of 15000 i1 Jackson KyM Despite the ev ident cbaige of sentiment in JBremthitfccountjand apparently BBmoved by the fact that two of his former allies have deserted him and confessed in open court that they and he were implicated I in murder former County Judge JaoMS Hargis the alleged chief COBSpirttor in the murder of Dr Btox James Cockrrll and James B Marcum sat in the doorway- of his store smiling and announc bIg his confidence of ultimatet victory with as much tenacity as when three fears ago the cours b gan the struggle to rid Breath itt county of assassins Hargis won the first engage ment in his trial for the murder of Dr Cox when Special Judge Lewis granted him bail in the sum of 15000 winch was given without leavingvthe courtroum Breathitt people shocked bv the confession of Jetb nnd astounded by the admissions of Asberry Spcer aconfessed consprator had begun to believe that the strength of the Bargises was gone and they confidently ex pected all save a few of Harglsr- cosest adherents that he would be sent to jail without bails His bondsmen were Floyd DaS A b Hargis William Day a W- iJSeweHatdS F White The dataof the trial was fixed for the October term of burt The Commonwealth has not yet determined whether to ask for a change of venuS to another coun ty Attorney Floyd Byrdwho has persistently fought these cases since the killing of Marcum said he believed thesentimE was such in Jackson t afair trial could be had jt Thees are no longer Jt Sa Kwer they were and with t out office and power they cannot dominate the sentiment of the community For tha sake of the good name of Breathitt the trial shouid be held here ifpcssible The decision of Judge Lewis to grant bail was reached after hearing a scored wi nesses and the arguments of Judge J J Bach and O H Pollard for Hz I gis and Jv T Adams and r1 Byrd for the Commonwealth- The decision was a distinct dis appointment to the Common wealths representatives but they accepted it without comment J In less tban ten minutes Hargis was on the street mingling with his friends Curt Jett was introduced again to strengthen his original state ment but did not give out any facts not set down in confession made first John Denton denied f that he had been sent by Judge Hargis to get Asberry Spicer to come to town for the purpose of killing Dr B D Cox No effort v as made to cross examine Curl Jett Judge Hargis denies an3 i knowledge of the murder or any onspiracy connected with iti j t Former Sheriff Ed Callah an and Ebert Hargis brother pf- i James and Alex Hargis were ti bound over to awAit thb ction of the grand jury for complicity in the murder of Dr CoxCoun ty Judge Taulbee fixed tha bond of each at 15000 and the two alleged coconspirators went en the bonds each of the other j OnEbert Hargis bond were Ed Otllahan James Hargis and Floyd Day while on t e bond of iCJilluha were Efbert Hargis Jaies Hargis and Floyd Day Tile attorney s for the accused me asked for a special grand jury and a speedy trial but thisI WAS refused1I DeplorableJ Accident J f A sid death was that of Mc Kinley Fry rear the li te five yurold son of Mr Martin Fr t f 0 DO IT TODAY t t rdtothlqhaUeamo haago11oo1t cUUt thist qcitoGermqiSyrup CThe timeworn injnnctitQIl evet put off til tomorrow what youi can do tojday is now generally presented ini a thli lonnU Do Orday i1ikithi terse Advice lire ijrant V giv vou abont that lucking Cough cdmoraizing cold with Which you have bfo sirwfgling for sev tn days perha weeks Take some reliable remcdjc fcr It TODAY and let tlwt remedy lit Dr Boschees German 5yr1 ywca has been in use for over Hujtyf years A few doses of it will widwAtedly relieve your copgh or coW 2K1tloontinueduiefdrafew days will 0 howdeepieMecL lungsGerman11jt11aa dose WON la thousands of ape trctubletj sNew trW Jjottlej 25c regular size 1S JForJ L rear of th Cedar Oreefy neighborhood which occurred last Saturday morninsj The little fellow was the possessor Jot sever al kittens of which lie was yery fond The animals wee quartered in a barn near the residence and the little boy went there freqaently to fondle his pets The barn was tilled with shucks and other inflammable material and last Saturday when the child went to visit his kittensMt is sup posed that the door of the barn okfied behind blip dod he lighted a match to dispel the darkness In this way the shucks were ig nited and the aM1as snon inflames When conflagration was discoverd1it was oo late tto render assistance to thechid and he was burned to a crisp He was a bright njanty little fellow and the pride of his parentswho have the1 fympathy of their frends in their sd bereavement The remains were interred IIi the cemetery at Cedar Creek last Sunday Bardstown Standard- Commissioners Sale FirstNationalBank of Springfield Plff vs Coleman Stigall c dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1906 in the above styled cause for the sum of 1000 with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from the pai1Il Court House door Springfield Ky ON MONDAY Y rUNE 25lgOl beingcountytest bidder at publicuuctiori uponi a credit of s1Xfji the following d- escribedprsity towit or sufficient moneyStJrcdJ Atract of land situated in Wash ington county iCyon the Beechlarid and Lincoln Run turnpike apd bounded as follows It is designated as lot No in the case of W T Stiffall c vs 13 WaliingtonCircuit andtwo oaks corner to ti1c late U Litsey thence with same N 3 W 20 25 poles to B a stone corner to same thence N 42J E 43 poles to C a small branch corner to same thence down and With the meanders of same 131 35 poles to W corner to lot No 2 W T Stigall thenae with line No2- S 65 W 80 poles to jL stake cornerto same thence wjth hue of same S 38 E 33 35 poles to K stake at corner of barn lot thence S 50c M 45 poles tOl ith1lineto C a large white oak tree corner to same thence S 26 12 E 27 35 poles to D a stake in the bounty road corner to said dower thence with line of same S 151 E 56 35i poles to A a stone in said B L Litseys line thence with said line N 48 EfiOfc poles to the begin ning containing p8 acres Noteand Interest S104267 Cost 6000 Total to b jraised 110267 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 paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment A lien will be retained on land for ivhirh lbond isi executed Bidders will be require 40 comply promptly with these tern M P LEACHMAN M c w Co c l Horse Famine J W Rings of iionisville a prominent hjrlemin who is well known among traders was in Lancaser last week where he disposed of a carload of western norses He give out the follow tug regarding the horse market aln regard td the present high prices of hoes and mules I wilj say after careful inyestiga tion horse raising tlroughlthe States that ky but the autlre country is facing a horse ffamine It is a complicated case After corresponding with the great horse a id mule markets md after sev ral weeks of hard Study we have solved the que s Von We find that there are less brood mares iIiv the United States coday than there were ihree ears ag j r The reason for this s that most lll the good every ay work mIres are raising nules While lh United States s the home 6lf the mule th- eirrfpart01 the cpuntiy has just found ou the value of the ouije For example take Iowa New Minnesota England Wicbnsi3iand states A few thejI ago they used no mules but 16 day mules are ready sale in every State in the Union and Uiey are raising injjles in alllJiee States When Jru think to over the more mulels y e raiso the loss stock we have for it stops the iLcrease right therelhire is no tilling we a price broodrmares will be worth in a few years if the demand for mules keeps up and the demand for mutes is a steady growth The farmers everywhere are raising mules and no one is paying any attention to raising of brood mares The United Stttes furnishes mules for Cuba CosaRico Porto Ri co and all the Southern Islands A few yer ago we scarcelv ev er exported ja mule la my opinion there is nothing that would be a better paying business fora farmer than to turn hiu attention to raising brood mares Therj is no danger of over production l of mules fqr webie not got tte ares to raise them bat r + Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect it How To Find out Fill a bottle or common glass with your Vater and let it stand twentyfour hours I V r i unhealthy condition of the kid- neysfI i y if it stains your linen it is 0CViICflI e ofkid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it or pain in the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order aWhat To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kih ers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys liver bladder and everv part of tliel urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water and scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go ctften during the day and to get up iiylny times luring the night The null and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressingcases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You mav have a sample bottle nda book that tells all CVJP aboutit bothsentfree a f by mail AddressDr ilH W Kilmer Co Bing liamton N Y When Home SwampRoot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N V there is danger of a famine iin brood mares Ilv is bound to come DiathfruffTlockjaw J never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its antiseptic and healing properties prevent blood poisoning Oha Oswald a merchant of Renssel laorsville N Yiwrites It cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sora on lhis neck r eversaw Ours cuts wounds burn3 and sores 25c at C J Etaydon s drug store I Bryans Boom Politicians of all parties are in terested in the boom for Bryan eighteen months in advance of the national convention From air over the coantry come reports that cqupby district and State conventions are endorsing him for President Former Cleve land Democrats like David Fran cis of Missouri and ViUs of VIS consin are reported as saying that theJNebraskan is the logical can didate for the Democrats to nominate time and that the will sup port him Finally Mr Watteison puts the stamp of approval upon the proposition Carefult students of the political situation have formonthsjMrBryan ratic party today and when he lands at Mew York in August from his tour around the world he will be given arereption that will be historic Tammany Hal will be ttere and so will leading Democrats and former Brjan boomers from all over theUnited Stxtes and Mr Bryan isexpect- ed to mak a notable address one that will be the keynote of his preliminary campaign and indi cate his revised attitude with reference to present political que tions That Mr Bryan is now regarded as the logical candidate of the conservatives decided ly interesting in view of the tact that seven years ugo he vas cdn sidered little less tharian ann h ist Wadnirfgton correspphdent Danville Actvocae An ilarmiD SiiDation frequently results from neglect Iof clogged bowels and torpid liv er until constipation becomes chronic This condition is un known to those who use Dr Kings New Life Pills thebest and gentlest regulators of stum achiand bowels Guaranteed by C J Ha don druggist Price 5c Xotliinic 1lUe Leather Forborne cOllsid ra hle tame past and jWrtiiuly during the past twelve 110100Ied to lake up energetically this matter of nth Iteration With n view to prov lujj tc the boot nianufactnrer the ex tremo y poor wciirin aud water re tistin Qualities of the somewhat lower irlccr AmerIcan splc leather Eighteen ramp tin were coUeeted cmbraclng thei welt known nije larscly used tan lttinge TliL results ofi analyses show that the average nnxiunt of weighing matftr In the elghtecu samples was an follovs Ei soni s llb1 20o per cent and crude gliicoee 7St pen cent toUil weigh ilig mattprs 1010 per cent Londo a Times Queen Knee on Pearl A ivoiijerful pearl bearjjig Ute exact llkcaes of the late Qneeii Victoria of England vas fonud In a fresh witter mush Lr the Mississippi river The pearl Is now ou cxlUbltiou lit tite win dows of local Jewblprs 107j Icollet avcicie The j earl Is of irregular shape and Its lines correspond with Iboso of anold portnilt of Qnu fi Vie Lana which rios u full prollle as It carve tlly hind so true hits nature observed ocn the smallest dofnll of the qn jena Ufcnesir The pearljyelt Tis about six Trains Jtt was pjoued tii near Davcrpirt la The pearl will l c sent o ihp nillsh correspondent of t Hi m la Jt dou illnacapolls Jju Js CHILDREN DO HORSES WORK I Hitched to a Plow They Turn Up the Tijrf on WisconI sin FIl NECESSITY NOT CRUELTY- Tragedy off Race Increase In Farmer Duradies StoryWe Like to Plow Say Brave Children When Neighbors Interfere Four children one of them a girl stood around August Duindie their fa ther bt Osbkosh WJst offering u IntN Svark of loyal flesh and blood to the vriUh of neighbors who branded the man cruel Inhuman and a brute Dumdic was seen first by neighbors then byan ollicer of the humane sod ty driving a plow tq which four of his children were hitched The little ones were harnessed to the plow and they dragged it like horses At first sight it seemed monstrous and the neighbors iiroseiu outcry against tho farmers Inhumanity hut they did not know Farmer Dum dies story and not caring did nor it Ills story does not revfli crueltykI It is the story of al5i tragedy on which even EreaKient Roosevelt and all chainplcis of race Increase might pondi Hcdueed to Its lowest terms this is Dumdles story explanation and de ease nfl in one I have worked hattUou this farm nil my life I have heeD getting poorer and poorerevery year and more chil dren tWit coming until ihd house is run over with them But I 4ove them v anyway I have been sick and so has my wife I broke my arm fid could not work I kopt them homo from school diirlng the plaritins sea tm for ten lays What of it Have any of these men around here raised danauy chH dren vs I have If a inh has got tb raise soluany idiildien what Is he going to do with them If lie is 1100lr Dijmde lives npar Wooiiin Shoe al cy tire miles north of Oshlooslu- At time pate a crippled dog met the reporter sent to jnyostigftUvt the plow lug story and ifndin no energy to bark crept buck to a pile ff old bones ly tlie burn A woiuan vjiniu to the door her arms dripping wthi soapsuds for jVrs Duiprtic hits to liiie in wash hag Ic help Uiincs ulouf Behind the woman two children played on the r DitrvTNO riiow TO VIIUZt POOH or HIS CUILUKEX wino ytlTCUKD floor The AtomangnlJnered time smaJN cst aajdldate for llel j work Into her arms uul fobbed out her troubles llm chIldren like 10 work with the plow fihp said Itls light and my hUiibiind pushes It hart Farmer Dumdle Las willing to sit on the plow and taU At mention of the plow he led time way without si word tou bnn overflowing with bro ken down aria impleiuents It show ed the saute poverty ns house The man pointed to a wooden plow made of rouir tree limbs with along tongue and four prongs There It Irt he sd in u tired way Is that too Imjch for my boys and girls to pull They like It push hard on tin handle and its easy Itt Is not a plow anyway It Is a cabbugci rake The reporter polntea at the horse Whats time matter with the horse pulling ItT feut asked The horse WitS sick he tiId sullenly Then his eyes llHshwl AVhat busi ness Js It of thenolghlwrs anyway I love my children I would not mistreat them Ask nmiyot them if I ever was rru 1l to them Thou came the children eight of them A great hubbub arose at time presence or a stranger Otto and Hen ry and Freda anti Fred who had taken lime place of the oId white hori c were barefooted ragged Hiid rtiy Do you like tajpull tire plow they wore asked said Frod stonily glancing ISU1cfattier then away ttu where time lake shoiip lliroipli tin trees where canto tho sound of other boys shouting In time old swln nnfhokSV r A qhlnrwe Inltbittoh What a dttecllve saw at a inccfing lor an illegfll Chinese secret society In Hongkong Is told In a police report In mi oriental newspaper Chief Dctec trye Inspector Ilansou said that to gether with a party of Cliinese detectives he entered r8 Second street one night through the root and found a meeting of time Triad society in grog ress IIJ concealed himself and saw that the place was dimly lighted bya few tapers In a tub were two sets of patriarchal flags a lamp looking glass dagger scissors fan rule abacus and scales all of which were part of the gear used III initiating members Into the Triad soejety There were also several colored pa- vers with writing on them and a pot covered with paper and holding fUll tastier banners In front of the were lauips The defendants tubI were members ot the society putting the others five through the process of initiation and bad n yellow piece of paper bearing their names undIthe hour of their birth j Basins were used In this ceremony one rnntalnlnc a JJnu J reoresenthis 1 I t = blood and ti oilieJ tVa uia jutrout of thetA yas a chopper Among other forms the candidates had to tnktI Inn oath and jump through a paper coy ered 1100pI fIMicrobe In a Ihind It would seem says Medical Journal that none of our soIcia customs Is safe from the clastic hammer of the hygienist gone mid Some time ago we were warned against the danger of reading our lettteN and newspapers Over the breakfast ltea and toast lest perchance the JIurklug microbe shouldbe added to our rIrbascovered that every square centimeter of the skin of the hand shelters more than SOCOO microbes He has adopted liml suggests to Europe to adopt theteastern mode of salutation of pointing to the heart the lips and the f rebdi STICKS THIEF WITH HATPIN tPlucky7 t lFavorite Weapon With Un erring Aim When a man tvbo iUbo was JQ Beph Miller of 2408 Second avenue but lknut l arraigned In Harlem police comtlnIeYork ritZ the against him was Mrs Jforfts a pretty youmi woman who captured him In her apartments after he had i beaten tier husband down Jabbing long r hatpin into his flesh and holding him by the hair she had held this juan until the police came It was nothing she commented as she testified against the acdused bur gina TheBenachs live with their children hiinpartments at 20 West One Hundred sins BESAcnr JOIKBD nr THK r orrr and Sixteenth street The father and mother took tile children and a cousin Miss Fannie Itmlnlck to the park They returned sooner than they lied expected to thud a burglar in the house As Bench entered the intruder made for him with a Jimmy and sent Mnl reeling to the hallway l1uburf jlar then lenixd down the stairs The hlldrcn stood In his way and he knocked them down with his hard Ists As he pMsscd children Ienach grappled with him anti the two men roiled about the floor At time same Uwe Miss Hudnick closed tlu apart ment house door nnd held It BcHach Wlt s no mntch for the bur lnr who vrn soouoii tOl of Heuacli folding him down Then Irs Branch iolaed In the light She fastened 012 lliMiul in the mans tlutir and with the t jtlror site PiLlaged ImtiYln so deep Into his iicsJi that ho writhed fttul screened When Iolicenmn Fox vniue he and the burglar linda handi to Iwnd tussle The iioli inaii oven owerel tlieiuau and shiickle his wrists p t HE IS A REAL COLORED MANB Human Chameleon lIs Sometimes White and Sometimes Black Gray or Blue Doctors at Cornell Medical school are puzzled over the ease of Wnrrou B Harris of Itlincu pronOunce him one of the most rumarkMbfu human ranks in the world today Harris changes color Avhonovcr there are changes In atiuosphcrlc conditions va rying from n light chalk gray through light blue violet Into deep purple which causes observers who do not no tico the AngloSaxon tItl of his tea tures to mistake him for n negro horns however Is of purfe white parentage He was born In Corry 1a and Is twentyseven yours of age Cornell doctors my that Harris is what Is known as n lilac baby They seldom survive the first mouth after birth and HarrisIs the only one that Is known to have lived more titan three months The chnUJcllon lIke ellitlltiis of Harris are due to a congenital defect of time heart This causes oxygen starvation and the effect is like that of n man choking black in the face or an lava lid blue over his body front pneu monia Harris Is small being slightly over live feet and weighing about nine ty pounds Awaited Death Tied In Chair Alexander Mitchell of 128 DeKalb avenue Brooklyn wits taken to the Cumberland Street hospital a prisoner after attempting to commit suicide Ho Is a printer and hits been III and despondent Mitchell got to 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