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IiS1 BLSllED1 IN 1893 I I HT iSERESVOL I i1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY 28 1906 0 T IDO PER YEAR xIIL 5it I iITRUSTYriP PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Havdon Barber rPiital Worklatreasonable prices l11orrgUrafltCed SPRINGFIELTh t KY OUR DIRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat Washington County 52 miles south afc6C l4cxinrton 59 miles from on Bardstow5 branch 14oI11sli railroad in I o isvUle and farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone office flour mills lumber lines express jrartlt Popuation 1100 population r sownty 15000- Represejitative in Congress Hon D L Smith HodgenvilleKy Jtepresentative in Ke tuck Legis attire Hon W Bv Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon KyItHarry Lancaster Lebanon r cunty Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday ii rebruaryMaYand Octo kff JHThnrman Judge 4U L Durham Commonwealth Atr- ormey1 F M Campbell Clerk iL G Leachman Master Commiss roner QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the thir tfonday itf each month BT i Litsey Judge 5 I COtTY COURT CJurt meets on the four County Bi nday in e4ch mouth L Lttsey Judge WF Booker CouinYCletk J TsMayesJCountyAttorney AJ George CatlettJailer3 Sidney Oebourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell HerbrtUdleman Deputies j Ed Masters James T Moore County Survey T P OBryan Assessor Wi T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer JM Montgomery Coroner j W Bush Supof comm i + Schools P O Springfield CITY COURT James R Noe police Judge John Grace Marshal LJWF Qrigsby City Attorney l Ji 4JUSTICE COURT i jntic Court are held 1in Janu April July and October l iG hutch Directory v CHURCH METHODIST feEev GW Lyon Pastor S rice9 on the First and Third Suuda in each month at lla mand73O p Sunday School every SundayatlO a Prayer mteing every Wednesd aight r CATHOLIC eRev P r HennessaTj Pastor oclol Tices verY Sunday at Sand 10 am S eryices at St Rose same J CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WT Wildcn PatCT t very Sunday J JfBESBYTEBIAN ReV T D Latimer Pas Preaching every Sunday at 11 a schbol ev Md at 7 pm Sunday V nday at 10 am Prayer med evening t7oviiyery BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wni Harrison Williams I Preaching every Sunday at 1 i and 745 pm Sunday School Sunday t93G a rn Prayer meet evry Tuesday evening at 745 fraternal Offlcr qMASONICliODGK Springfleldl iNo 50 meets first and third Mo- ieltaChi mouth 4WashingtOn R A Chapter f 181eetB every second Tuesday ISprinfrfield Council No 52 meet t yerv10urthdonda y KKicitTa of THE MACAHB S FOLEYS HOKEYM FrmftCold t Remember the Fkys NS ylftTar upon having the gen nwM tz ZlC sOc sOO prepared only It Company CHlcft9Y Forsale by BeCicssru w Tw1 W- r F News leader PEW 25 II Nashville CHORCH CHURCH Thursday TP- rttwtsSiriwiResL W J v VTiro I J BOUND DP TALK Chemically Pure i t t sBsayl chic Chlorydei of lime and some formalde hyde Strychnine coal tar anti acid muriatic All these and manyiiiore beside They dope the meat they sell us And they fill us Atith disease Thev are on the square they tell us ofAn say were hard to please aTilumpy jaw P 01Bsick veal and things tolinake t you Very plain ignoring of jthefvrlioi in spection law 1ftBut vrhatVii the use to register a kick I I meatSi and 1 istenches vryfurious Down beef ahd cripples on the IblockS 1 UtLI meatDmanner very cifrious Jl I quite enough to cause a horrid shoctf L M Theyfuflge on the inspection And they fill us full of germ i Theyre careless in selection I But they talk in glowing termsJ Preservatives of jacid and thy s U all but the squeal A Thepeoplfe hayeenouw Of squ in stock ourCi jrestions steal And you are but muckraking1 you talk The Commoner si hou J Err j j Pa ev ocl N na q yr i M ISTAKEN Tile local merchants as well as the town jusekeepers are complaining is season of the difficulty inJ llying spring chickens eggs id other country produce They y that the farmers and the rulers vives dont bring in ch produce to the stores as ey formerly did One of the sons we have heard given for j fsstate of affairs is that the pression has gotten out among t country people to the effect at they aro not allowed to sell oduce in town on account ofIJe new license law Such a re prt is entirely erroneous There iver has been f and probably ver willbo a law passed that till prevent a man selling the oduceof his farm to whom he leases The tfrvro merchants iia rule are prepared to pay as Vich as anybody for country Soduairist selling to them i LEMENTS M William A Clements of this county iis I candidate for the Democratic PPininationi for State Senator r thiS senatorial district corn 3sed of the of Wash goon Marion and This Washington countys time to rnisha senator and there will no other candidate from the iher counties to contend for the mination The election is to held in November of next ar and Mr Clements says that Jis in tile race early and to 15 Miv Clements has never fercd for office before but jiS Ivays been a worker in his Irty We have never heard him press himself on the pont but take it thathe is antimachine ian He was a strong supporter Senator Jo Blackburn He is many friends both in this and pother twe counties in tile strict a EMENTIfIve iir own horn a little we might 11 of a few things the NEWS kEADER has done for Washing fn courtly and for Springfield ut we are not inclined How rer we beleive the NEWS ADER has been instrumental cently in giving th e countv n jod adyertisement as a good un ty In this column of our ueofJune 7th we published a w remarks on the good order lich prevails in our county as- S shown by our courtrecords r the past few years Thif tide was prompledthrough a sire to speak a word of deSeiv praise for our county a kind f habit which we have cultiva ted The Louisville Herald of unday June 17th copied our rticle and made extensive editorial comment commendation nd In a way set Washington Lounty up as a worthy example hr other counties to emulate Other papers throughout the jate have also reproduced the Article apd titus Washington unty has been given a good beral advertisement asa coun K of progress and good morals iI iIeadly ScrpentBites e a ommon in India as are ma and liver disorders with For the latter however 3re is a sure remedy Electric tters the great restorative dicine of which S A Brown Bennettsvillei S C saysI hEY restored my wife to perI h health after years of suffer I with dyspepsia a dachroni ly torpid liver Electric ters cure chills and feverjraal ia biliousness lame buck kid L V troubles and bladder dir or U Sold on guarantee by C Hayaoti druggist PriceDc Chinn in a Scrap unator J P Chinn and Mr1 B Brown prom near Tul ere had a scrapin front of mans stable Tuesda evec at Harrodsburg Mr Brown- IS stated v as drinking am after tie Senator about icing he liad damage 1 while huntingS itnesses say tint tse Senator laughed and was pleasant about the matter and Brown told him he was no more thahany other man if his name witnessesIJhe day man Then it is said Brown called the Senator a very ugly name two or thred times and then it is asserted the Senator him down and hit him a numberof tim s with an umbrella cutting an ugly gaslf over Browns eye The officers ar rived on the scene just after the fracas but ilie Senator had started home in his buggy before they c meNewsS- llioll in a Par Magazine s courting death more suddenly but not more surely than neglecting kidI ney disorders Foleys Kidney Cure will cure a slight disorder in a JewI days and its continued use will cure the most obstinata c esoIt has cured many people of Bright Disease and diabetes who were thought to be in- urable If you have kidney or blad dcr trouble comircnce taking Foleys Kidney Cure before it is too late old by Red Cross Drug Store Fontaine Ferry I Fontaine Ferry Park the park beautiful has come to be i recognized as one of the ford l most sights Louisville folks now show their guests when a visit is made to the State metropolis It hst veritable dreamland of beau ttv especially by night and Lou iisville can well boast af one of the largest and handsomest fam Iily resorts in America While c no doubt many citizens oi this community have already paid a visit to this spot it is something t tthat should not be missed when t a trip to Louisyille is made t It is said that over 100000 was expended in the equipment and Beautifying of the plac e Ii iis located on the river bank and- SIi tIle coolest spot about the city At night the park 1is illuminated by nearly 20000 electric lights and presents a sceneof great Ibrilliancy Cars passing all the f depots either go directly to the j park or transfers are given which enable visitors to reach it for aI single fare Each week brings some new at t traction to Fontaine Ferry so that there iis something t different to greet the visitor Conspicuous among the amuse ment features are the mammoth summer theatre where high cas vaudeville is offered every after noon and evening of the week The programme incude some of the best known performers on the stage and are always refined and enjoyable The scenic rail way is said to ben oeof the long cst and most beautifull in the United States A magnificent carcussel or merrygo round has been installed this summer and is one pf the star attractions jf theI orf ortIa THE TEXAS WONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles scld by all druggists or twp months treatment by mail for D- rErW Hall 2926 Olive street St Louis Send for Kentucky estimonials Y The Wets Win In the local option election at Tyrone Monday the proposition to vota the sale of liquor out f the precinct was defeated by a vote of 147 to 2LAnde son News iruHairMy i Ran Away Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then what Thatwould mean thin scraggly uneven rough hair Keep your hair at home Fasten it tightly to your scalp You can easily do it with Ayers Hair Vigor It is something more than a simple hair dress ing It is a hair medicine a hair tonic a hair food The bOlt kind of a testimonial Sold ior over sixty years dlAJUde 1A1ao l1lJersPILLS tS Iliillsboro MiRe Fitzgerald bought sever al hogs from Evan Armstrong at 6 cents iDavis Crow and wife visited relatives at Polin Saturday and Surjdav We are glad to see ournfeighj bor L1L Clark out again after a severe attack of erysipelas Coroner Mountgomery wife and little son spent Sundaywit Lilac and wife Sam Mouatgomery and wife visited relatives at Harrodsburg last week Dud Sutherland and wife visit ediat jWillisburg Sunday Ibdmasor of Ponyvihheho- offered sja rewarc of five cents for information asto the whereabout of Marshal W C Dudgeon who h is not been seen on the streets for some time The women ortbis vicinity met one day last week to clean up the church which was badly needed We are justly proud ofIour Christian women for without Ithem church work here would be atji lowebb The farmers will windup harr vesting this week The crop is the best we have had for years- Cornis looking fane Tobacco is in the weeds and iSlneeding work Hands cannot be found at any price Prof J T Pratfcer will be made president of the new pike I tInt is to ba built through thisF conynunity Mr Prather always dots things in first class order and for this reason we know the pike will be built to oider An effort will be made to get O some one to take ior building the entire road Mrs J S Inmau and two laughtars Misses Maud and Evil pent Wednesday with the family of I A Coulter Miss Mayme B Merritt has bnihed her school here and ro burned to her home at WilHs Fenwicklwboll1- term will begin in about two W fv Vs J Do Sulhurlund received a see e sh ok from lightning Sun lay evening while ltWMOrossKelds near Love Ridge church He and Mr CiossfieKf had started to the barn to look at a new buggy and Mr CrosS field being a few feet in fronthad just entered the barn when a strok of lightning struCka tree vbvi knocking Mr Suther laud down and completely shak rig him up A grrl standing in the door of the house was slight ly shocked Jhe tree was near the barn and taking tiie had toe cut dowu to save the barn i from burning There iis quitsa talk among our Methodist p ople about hnvt ing a revival meeting at this place in the near future An effort will be made ta organize aI church as there are quite a nurnr bers scattered about We see not reason why they should not sue ceed They will probably make an effort to buy the twothird inr terest in the houe here owned by other denpminatioos who have no organizition If this can be done tit will be attached to the Annual l conference so we can liaVe regular preaching We earne tly hopn some steps will be taken toward taking better care of the church property We believe that the best way is for some denomination to organize purchase the property and care for it as they seerit The way it is at present the house is go ing down at a rapid rate May some acton be tken bv some denomination without delay LILAC Following tthe Flag When our soldiers wetil to Cu ba and the Philippines health was the first consideration Wil t Us T Morgan retired Corn mis sary Sergeant U SA of Ru ral Route 1 Concord N EL says I was two years in Cuba and two years in the Philippines and be ng subject to colds I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption whi3h kept me in per feet health And now in New Hatrpsbire we find it the best medicine in the world for coughs coldf bronchial troubles and all lung diseases Guaranteed atl 1C J Haydon druggist Pric 150c and 1 00 Trial b ltlc free I Close Call =The section crew between this city and Burgin in charge of Mr Perkins tad a very narrow es ape Tuesday afternoon a short distance north of the depother The crew were coming into the city on the hand car and it is said that they had mistaken the time of the arrival of the fast St 1 Louis expres thinking it was 602 iistiad of 502 oclock and the train rounded the curve and was upon them baforv Ihey dia a covered its approach They were uiable to stop the hand car and remove iit from the track in tim0 tosave it and all of them jumped for their lives There were six moo on the car and all of them were badly bruised The car was smashed into kindling wood It seems a miracle how the men escaped with their JivesHar rddsburg Democrat REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK SPRINGFIELD IKY AtspringQeld in tho State of lyen tuckV at the close of baalntiss June 18 1906 No 17G7 pCSC U JjftCES p roans and Discounts tf 9227501 04 Overdrafts secured and uh secured 0373 95 US Bonds to Secure cir cnlation 5000000 Bunking house furniture and fixtures 500000 Duo from National Banks not reservo agents 1694 Due from State banks and bankers 51 73 Due from approved reserv ed agents 15659 07 Notes of other National banks J 96100 Fractional paper currency nickles and cents 15908 LAWFUL MONEY JtnSKBVB IN flAK VIZ Specie r 350910 Legaltender notes ri000152soio Redemption fund with U S Treasurer 5 per cent of fn nncirculation i 32T48341 lolalcLIA lapital stock paid in j 5000000 Surplus fund L 2503000 Undivic1ect ronts le ex penses and taxes paid 914597 National Bank notas out standing 6000000 Due to other NntionatajVfcs 5030 KJ Due to State Thinks and Bankers 5i2ru subjectto 14043492 Time ccrtiQcatos of dcposit 4268914 Total 32343341 STATE orIvBNTooKT co0xrr or WASH IKOTOX as J A cMuElmc sliTiir of the above nai il bnak do soleijittly swear that the bOA j stnlelnol1t Is true to tho best otminoflIU4lgli anti belief A C iToElroy Cashier Subscribed and eworn to before urn this 23d lay of rune 1906II J A BOurwiut Notary Public CORUPCT Att 6t JOHN W LEWIS LM GRUKDY Directors B L LITSEY K siiiIi Sngrers Sbonld Know TilB Foleys Honey and Tar has Cured many casesof asthma that were con sidtrcd hopeless Mrs Adolpn Bucs lportIIowa writesII A severe cold contracted twelve years agx was nefjlec ed until it finally grew into asthma The best tnddical el iil aviila6le could ive me more th = n temporary celief Foleys Honey End Tar was recom ttItiibeen growing on me for twelve years and if I had taken it at the start lwould hav been saved years of suffer ings For sale by time Red Crjoss Dnijf Stoc llardcsiy SclioolhoL so As I have been absent from your column for some time I will writs a few items Mrs McMillen of Springfield and Mrs Oordia Eljiptt Louia vile were pleSant guests of fr2ard Mrs WX Y Goodlet Saturday night fd Sunday The farmers of our vicinity have ben busy plowing and thinning corn Mrs Emma Yancey of Midway spent several days last weekwilh her mother Mrs Lu cy Sales of his place Mrs A B Wiliams of Kan sar is visiting rela ives here Mrs Nan CheserjOf Monmoth JH was called here tythe ill ness and death of her father Mr Biah po Mr Era Gnoalett and wffeof Lriwrencebursr vlsitel relatives here Jast week Mr and Mrs TV B Shirley of Willi burg spent Sunday with V SY Gpodettand familv Miss livvie Gaodlett returned Ihome Sunday after a pleasant SawGoodlett flyingtLost Stayed fromVwy place about a mile r mLiteYOIior about the 15th two 2 sear eld steers marked with an under bit in the left erAni information lead7 ing to the of these cat tie Will be rewarded John Grigsb bt RD Nol SprinpneldKy 1 Lost Strayed or Stolen iOn dark roan hose alont4 hanSs high fend information toJ li Brothers Anti j h Ky Two Wrecks SaJurJay morning as John Oamminss and Sam VatW of Perry vilie were on tbetc way tc Harrodsburg in a i buggy they met an automdbile three miles from this pUce Their horse toDk fright uverturred the buggy and both men were dragged one hundred yards Mr Cum miogs arm was broken in two places8fjd he was serious y bruised about the face and limbs hileMrWatt escaped with light bruises The t vq men canreon to this place and Dr Towel dressed their wounds The auto men never stopped but jrent spinning on toward Perry yille The same morning on the Lexingtori pike Joe Grain WES driving in his spri g wagon ard met an automDhile Hi horse badlyIdamaged the wagonMrOram is a cripple and the aqto people believing that his condition was flue to the accident put him int the machinq add hurried him to Dr Prices offic3 who exammed him and pronounced liimunin IrlCrnenough and consulted Attc r nay Warren Ailin but the autojI len wore permitted togo their taywithoutUp ttin ppany riordof their wealth IMs be lieed the same autbj caused both mishaps Harrodsburg Herald a A41 u- urfllU1lHhtIlUitIUra f1 JM rrSUBSCR171ON IOOA Y7LL4t J J1 Jj JUNE counties Baylor knocked always contract Taylor recovery Dead at Ninety four Mrs Phoebe JMcNeill died at r her home io Danville this week in her ninetyfourth year She f was born inN6w Brunswick N Jr the deseeudtns cf old Hllandeis theJStatos first settlers She was baptized in the Duch Reform church by Rev John H Livingston ithen president of Queens College of New Bruns w ck The grardfatiher of Mrs McNeill was Major Verbryk aa qfiicer of the Cbntinental army under Washington After the death ofher par nt she was taken into the family of her unclp Lawrence JeMott who emigraV ed to Kentucky in 1816 locating on the place now known as Cove Spring She became a member of the Methodist church at Dan ville under the pastorate of Rey William Holman in 1833 and was the oldest com nunic1nt at the time of her death having been a membr fos6ventythree years This church then used the old Ji coyrthouseas a pa eofworsbip the oldvcburch now standing bo tug erected as a result of the revival f in s J833je An Alainnz 8IatioiIfrequently re8 from neglec v of clogged bo and torpid live until UfS ecomesIchronic is unknown to who use Dr Rings i few Life Pilfs theoost and gentlest regulators of stcm acb and bowels Guaranteed by C J Ha don druggist Pf ico 25 c Eirst Snake Story r T Jeptba Britton had tho worst s are of his life Saturday after noon He was squirrel hifnting mthn Matt Cniry woodland and wa seated at the foot of a large oak his eyes rivetel on a sqijir rel in another tree waiting for an opportunity to fire He felt fsomething soft touch his hand three or four times but was do intent upon watchlrfg the game that he paid no attention to it Getttng a good vjew of the squir rel he was raising his rifle when his band struck something and fhe llooked around and to his hot ror it proved tope an immense snake It had omepartly out ofr a hole onlhe opposite shipi of v he tree and was cfee1in fof him vtlhile he had his vision rivoted on the other tree Mr Britton it nearly frightened the llife IVS the awaytandjshot the snake through the head 1tr measured a fooi more than twice toe length of the gun which gefsa iIi HiIt meet the dead snakes mate Harrodsburg Herald kki Have You Bought NewBuggyYetfr cc it If you Have not placed your order you will do fwellto giveus a call j We aarzy a nice line o the celebrated MOYER and ANCHORik in lop and surreSs tt us P thS f c buggies both steel and rubber tires runabouts HAVE THE GOODS AND WILL MAKE f- e f that ito you and be convinced we THE PRICES p v See our lline of Blue6 Grass Lau Moir all sizes ui ftm 1md t 16 Da Robetsori jj- tti r I THE NEWSLEADER VCJXD XTXKT TMUIMDAT J A YEAR IN ADVANCE 5 J SPRINGFIELD KY L DAVISdN Jr1 Mal er bvtiiei aotlcesj 10 cents per ac qaenlnsertlon v Calls cm candidate and political matte jwr Ihw Jwerklscloe at low rates but cash tf b J aid ci i eHTOj el ftrds AnT rtlslHj contracts made on liberal rm 31tIftIeI sad resolutions of respect atipI41i1t L1XOtNCXMINT5 City fsttt250 = Os trie t Offices i 1r00I sSSRf r THURSDAY JUNE 28 1906 I fel Ss fcfy 44 j We are authorized to announce Robert Noe as a candidate for the office of Cl rk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratic party i Deaths Mrs Eliz abeth Nally wife of Frank Nally a well known farm er of the St Rose neighborhood died Sunday morning at her home in the seventieth year of her age The deceased before Her marriage was Miss Elm vlj Simpson daughter of Robert Simpson She was a good Ohristian woman a faithful wire and a devoted mother Five f prownsons and daughters be siJes vher husband are left tp- mournher death The funeral took place Monday at St Rose News was received by his lath er here yesterday of the death in Louisyille of Jb2 Thompson son of Mr and Mrs Douglas f Tbpmpson TheY ung man had been ill for severkl weeks his illness finally resulting in spinal meningitis The death was a pirticularJy sad one and great sympathy is expressed for the bereaved parents over the loss of their son The deceased was about 21 years of age and was an V exceptionally steady and indus trious young man He held a good position with the Louisville Street Railway Co and from his savings had recently purcnased II a farm in this county for mother SQ was born and reared in this county and moved with his parents to Louisvile about ten v years ego Mrs Teresa Simpson widow 1of Martin Simpson and an oldI and respected lady of the countyrl diei at the home of Mr T P 7 OBr an Sunday in Springfield of general debility The deceasedt f was 79 years old and was a life long resident of the county hav agino e neighborhood in which she wass born Her maiden name wass Carricb jjand she belonged to the 2 well known family of that nanna of the county Her husband Martin jSimpson who precede hsr to the grave only a few years was a substantial citizen r cf thacjunty who by his indus try amassed a considerable for t rsAr tune Their only surviving child is Miss Eliza Ellen Simpsoawho as Sister Tbomasl a is Mother Superior of the orper of Domin ican Sisters at fjringfield Ill Another daughteri Mrs Sllie Cummings died everal yetiS ago Mrs Simon was a wo man of many admirable traits of character She p ssesseE a par ticularly happy dspositibn and was always cheejfur and bore h suffering in heif last illness with great fortitude Miss Rose Carrico an only sjster alsosur vives her The funeral took place at St Dominic church on i Tuesday morning There is no need vorrviug along in disr6mfort because f a disordered di JorIyou eat and gives jthat needed rest but It is acorrectiv of the greatest efficiency Kodol relieves Indigestion dyupepaia palpitation of tHehe rt flatulence and sour stom ach Kodol will make your stauach young and healthy again You wilr worry JUSt in tfip proportion that your stomach worries you Worry mcans the loss of ability to do your best Worry is lb be avoided at allI time Kodol will take the worry dut f your stomach JSpld by all drug gists t Jim HndrenrIiurt An ugly affair in which two former Springfield men fijjuredI occurred in Lcwisvillc lastfeun day Both men are well known here The following account iis taken from Mondays Courien Journal JI1 i Oscar Avery who lives in Jefferson county called James Hendren to tiisIeffce llast evening and struc jhim on the back of the head with the sharp edge of a hatchet laying open his head and causing injuries thatt will probably result fatally Hendren boards at 1215 Westt Oak street while Avery was stopping in the adjoining house Bo h were standing in Thiir yards at about 1130 oclock yes terday morning Avery who had been drinking was wielding a hatchet in play and called Hendren to the fence Htndren came and acbprding to the wit nesses Avery struck Hendren on the head The blade pf Uie natchet caught his head at the base of thebrain Hendren sank to the ground with a groan and the bystanders rushed in and prevented Avery from striking the prostrate man again The picked up Hendren who was unconscious and bleedin profusely Dr T H 1u1Vey of 1501 Twelfth street was sum mope and the dressed the in rljuries Heijdren was removed City Hospital and later back to bishipme Avery while was Unconscious of what- he had done1 on account of Miis condition and went readily with Patrolman Shehan and Sergeant Wales to the Central Police station where he gave the name If Oscar Aviary There he burstt into tears on being led to hrs cell Ee w s released on bond later 1 Hendreo lies at liis home in very criticalf condition and h not thoughtitbathe will rec9vb- 151 He wes stil l unconscious la night and his left side was para I Wool Dress Goods t Black and Colored Pan tmas and Mohaiis Black and Oolored Colored Qerges 4t Black and Colored P Creams and Evening Shades in Batlstel Panama Serges and Henriettas q tWe are stocked in Mens Boys arid Cbiidrens Suits in all the new popularl Grays Also aqYIIi line of Coat and Pant Suits in Blue forges and 2 Grdy We are special pribiztthisi en tire tock 1 iI T i r w- tt J rp4tum SCOTTS EMULSION Baokjll c back straight neither will It IIhump leg diseased long but bone it feeds find soft Is makeIIthe few genuine means of recovery in rickets andbone consumption Send fr free sample 1scorr DOWKE Qhernkts 409415 Pearl Street New York I Socand i3 all dreggfets lyzed Both bo and Avery live out in the county and have been in the city butaslitne You cannot induce a lower animal to eat heartily when not feeling well A nick dog tetaryes himself and gets well The btqmach once overworked muat havq rest the same as yourjeet or cC3You dont have to tarvc tc rest your stomach Kodol for Dyspepsia takesrup the work for your stomach digests what you cat atid gives it a rest Puts it back hrcondi tion again You cant feel goodnyith a disordered stomach Try Kedol Sold by alldragffists rii Tiitjiam Springs t The Sunday school institute held at Tairve church the latter part of last week was qu te a a success They had some inter estingtales and the bible scenes was a beautiful sight to behold Rev filled hisjegu lar appointment here Saturday and Su day His eldqst soy Hollis came with him AVe were glad tto have him couneaslme can make some interesting talks Everybody remember that the BJrfrellsroafter which Rev Hatchett will tale his place as pujr pastor j S Royalty wife and two sons visited the formers sister Mrs Wesley Goff at Lawrence burg Saturday Miss Myrtle of Kirkland was the guest of the Misses Wells Saturday night Ivan Keeling went to Bloom field Sunday to meet his brother Samuel Keeling and family Louisville Off Several from Ibis place ate ed court at your town n11 Oscar Shirley and his mother attended the Sunday school in stitiute at Fairview Sunday John Dennis and family of Pleasant Grove attended church t1at this place Sunday Prof Ivan Keeling of this placf will Begin his school at the Pleasant Hill schoolhouse onI the first Monday in July Clias Ruby and wife of Bloomfield visited her parents at this place Saturday night Judge Thurman will speak at Antioch church July 1st at 3 nightgwillsurelyvbea large crowd out as so many have been wanting to hear him on the whiskey ques tion The Miuerett tritute that can b 1paid to superiority is imitation The many imitations of DeVitts Vitch Ha elSalve that arc now before the public prove it the best Ask for Dc Witts Good fot burns Scalds chaffS ed skin eczema tctierj cuts i nd piles Highly recommended and reliable SoW by all drug lts I Creek j Watt Mr Gibbs one hog for ten dollars Georgia Cambron of St 151Miss spentSaturday and Sun this r Misses Essie Smito and Cora l kidney without remeay home 12 We sTtll great of Laco receive days 105 Petnme anJ Point we will offer thou actual this Jot we will offer SGOO values 403 values 4 L50 300 350 amos HO i4 300 2CO 200 for 125 160 values 100 If you arajn ol fail to this lot as we value THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY LEI1GTON KY I The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Ken tuck oJTars the following urses of stud viz Agriculture biological mathematical physical normal school classical civil engineering minig engineer I ing each of which extends over four years arId leads toa masters degree Each course of study is under separate faculty The general faculty nearl fifty professors and instructors County appointees receive receive tuition room In dormitories and light and if they remairt tten months h expenses and museums are large welt equippeflj comprehensive and modern Military tactics and science provided for as required Congress V Graduates from the several of study readjly excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely ini excess of the ability of the college to sup hv The matriculation for the last yoar was including Summer school 815 Specialists with the necasshry number of assistants hove charge of department at natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering and instruC- tion in science and arts The State College of Kentucky kthe onl institution in the on 01onUealth doing tn3 proper scnse unhersityworkc The completion of the college women pro VitleS facilities for good hoard and It wc11 equip If ped with allmodern conveniences including bathrooms anflX j room for lphysical It is heated by steam anTI lighted by electricity An opportunity js thus afforded to them of education in classics modern languages literature sciencfc mathematics Jogic metaphysics history and political econo my other institution in the State offers advantages for the education of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of Kentucky A new Library Building will through the generosity of Mr Carnegie be erected during the next Collegiate year rTbe Normal Department will be on better footing ever heretofore Last years largely increased attendance with the growth of Summeral Njormal School both indicate that an era of prosperity of all previousyears has opened for the Norriial Department the State College For catalogues method of obtaining appointments infor iiiation regarding cDiirses of study and terms of admission apply to JAMES K PATTERSON PhD4 L L D1 to D C Frazee Business Agent Lexington Ky Ior FALL TERM BEGINSSEPTEMBER 13th 1906 Bland ford who have been visit ing friends in Louisville for the past two weeks returned home Saurday much to the delight of certain young gentleman Bee Osborne was called tot bedside Qf hisfater Polin IjcI bo no who has been dangerous ly ill for the past ten daysIMiss Essie Smith entertained some of her many friends at din ner Sutday 1ViU Mediey sod horsoto Smith but we failed to idI of Joplih visiting her sister Mrs1 Riivey of this placel home Monday accompanied by Mrs Riney Mr Jim MuddUi dangerousy i HvIatt and HoB rds are his physic ians Mr and Mrs John Orkies ofI West Virginia who have baeni visiting friends at relatives at this place returned homeSatur day 111bfec Pvsteiaii TroaeL HIm WI1tonl N r4Sa11cy of Paducah Ky Pritcsul had a severe case of disease and thrse of the best physic ians in Kentucky treated me l success th + took Foleys Kidney 1Curcftle first bottle gave immediate relief arid three bottles cured me por manentlv I eladly recommend thl wonderful by Red Cross DrugStore Valley Hill Mr Bun Olementof Chicasjo spent Ilastweulc with his lather iat this place Ella Elliott has roturnrd fto her in Louisville jifurj extended visit to relatives in t section John Kays and wife of Polin + j Lace are a variety Curtains and will in a few pairs onne Irish Curtains that for less than value In for j for 850 valuesl lor VK for values for values for Curtains dont see l them far below organized a number jent fuel traqeling The laboratories qref fully course flntf each home for young lodging IS a culture a thorough ATlflrew a than surpassing that of a a returned i i n Sold Miss need were summoned to the bedside of their little granddaughter atI this place who was seriously H for several days last week Mr Berry Pmksion yisited his son Ray at this place who k from an attack of mumps Miss Ruby ONeil vis tEd Miss Fester last week D Piles arid wife visited ti es in Bardstown Sunday Goatley visited friends and relatives near Maud Sunday Mrs Jolfn Virgin of Maud visited relatives in this section Tuesday 1 Owing to some unknown cause Edith time little daughter of MV and IrsA B Pinkston of this plac has been seriously ill for the past two weeks from the ef fects of spasms Misses Kathryn and Nellie by Miss rBessie Crume of Wqpdlawn spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Donahoe of this place Ham Piles and wife yis ted relatives near Maud Sunday Miss Paralee Lair of Louis ville is visiting relatives iri this section this week Miss Julia Goatley is visiting at Elm Hill this week Shelton Lewis who has been engaged with riarry Derringer for quite a while was to return to his home at Polinby- a severe attack of mumps We are glad to report D C Kelly after a seri ous attack ol rimE u who has breu in Chicago for some time has re turned to tins place saying no place like homo U fItOar village seems to have made It step toward the top as an im portant business center as it ratherIrendered somewhat pleasirg n u stiiMi ti SPECIAL SALEOfSUMMEJtI GOODS iiAi f j Carp CurtainsA S J ele I- We are prepared jo show largest assortment offPrinted Wash Fabrics we I I A shown consisting off Batiste Organdies Dotted Swiss Dimities Tissues Mercerized w Checks etct I i Mehuoi- eBtackind PrunellasJii Clothing making THE YBW Summers Robinson Cartwrghis OBryansoldto neighborhood Ian i Curtains showing Nottinghams l pnoihird I v 2 j bought theifactual mechanical engineering in unprecedented i recQverirfg Beatrice lJ iScyfres accompanied coiApelled convalescent inflammatory mutismWm Derringer h rE a d J the and have ever fine SiR Carpets For the next todays weviHrmake specidli prices all grades of Carpets in Axinihisters Velvets gBrussells Ingrains Sultanas and Hemps Lineo leums Mattirgs and Oil Cloths Wall Paper faWe AvJU also offer for the nextthirtydays our entire stock of WallPaper ai onethird lless than regular prices 125c papor 18b 20c paper 15c Y 115c paper lQd J2c paper ic lOc paper 7cj 7c papeiGc Border and GpiMnge to nratch any wall t L I i r Cunningham 8 Duncan i 4i + l F II J J If You Want I 3 c Anything in i jRealEstatoInsuraflce 1 If t lon JB01 LAKE Cr rorLrLror KILLTHCOUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS t svITHDsjingsNew IIIIFOR cINSUMPTION JtGIIS and OlDS Price SOcStOO FrealTrial Surest anti Quickest Cure for all THROAT anti LUNG TfcOUBi LES or M0NY BACK nt rtainment on last Thursda night and afternoon Althouj seemedacquaid prived pf the facilities of a m ern circus Th sworn statement of the niiin facturers protects you in Kennedy Laxative HoLey ant Tarthe Coujj syrup that drives tte cold out of you ysteni SoldbyKll drnfffjiais allfodepublican j Conyenti At a meetiny of the Republict District Committee of the 4th Col jfressionaj district of Kentucky htj Vtf Lebanon Kjr May 1st 1106 it WI ordered that precinct meetings held in the various voting precincts the county on Saturday the 30th drd dJegatesdJ dltrictIIodgenviHe on July 10th for the pu pose of nominating aRepublicart can date for Congress The basis of re rescfttation shall be one vote f each one hundred votes or fradtii over fifty votes cast for Preside Roosevelt in iQ4 Pursuant to said call it is therefo ordered that the Republicans Washington county in each voti precinqt meotat their respective Vj ing Ilace onTat rday June 30th a oclock p m to select delegates t county convention to be he1dj Springfield Ky oil Monday Jul 1905 at oclock p m to select de gates to thecongressiomJdlstrict venation which meets at Hodgenvi Ky July 1Q lOUd w F Grigsby hairmai L W Jenkins Sec fl IN SURF WHEN- EC1TIIQUAKE CAM t San 1Ifad1 Clarence E Judsori a mechanic wit tile United railroads living at Fort sccoiid avenue and J street is probabi the only man who was swimming thV ocean ui the moment of the ear quake says the Sun Francisco ChrcM I clc Ills novel experience given in hi words is jTnesdHyinv UMUftKu oclock till in the surf iij dairy custom for two years past Tfl breakers were not so very larSe M they cninu in crosswise hud hi brokjj lines with u vicious snappy sortjp rip mad tear fashion However I in up to my armpits almost and j breaker larger than usual caiiuv In cm shot unity up on tho beach probnjfl seventyfive feet and I started lof out and Instantly there came su shock l vns thrown to my knees got ui ilnd was dowii again I liaziitl and Htunned tnid being to about by the breakers my vycs fu fcult water and about a gallon in stomach I was thrown down times and only by desperate fljjl did I get out af all It Was a call tried to run to where my hat and bathrobe lay brt I gu must have described all kiwis ot tircj in the snud Itliousht I was In dThQn I thought of lightnln tho beych vtis full ot pUosphi Every Stel1 took left a brilllun cnmlesceiit streak jiimpnd on bathrobe to ave me 1 begai think the world was coming to ar e I reached for my shoes and lam with both feet on my hat twice finally got dressed after being thw to the ground u few more time rcclftl noel staggered lile a dn man thought of my wife au bies 1J left them asleep aliredvw2 had just hud a terriiei quake WaVu I got to the new up 01 thj cud dunes I saw tjq was1j ay creed houses TVCC t IlaIJ irtun woroen nnJ chinrcn comUiii ottt Ii tite street dogs barn rnJ ehHeiu cr cii n and in tci rjv d unnl rivcl it HJ Loeo to fiid tha fr f tl r l aa i 31iti itiOj fj ittMtoO 11WiWiwWIIWi f ii iiFOR E 1 f i94 s F 11ODAYSf 1 ct 4 J We will offer a specialrl E i1 125 Per Cent D9Qllllt 1 ronall clothing for cash fJ l fii ye will also offer Special D icesI IIL iL t1allGoodsto Cash J i r I JOj IflGRDNDY i a McINTlRE 1 I rr O f tIf t t m f M I t Time FliesI- s an old adag Its a big jump 1eofthefirstchasm and youXhe1today1 Accurate Clocks and 7 Elegant Jewelry Iis what you firid the year round it my jewelrY store My new ting a jewelry stock To save J Graves 1 EIE BloodtI ave Taken 1PsapipjIJa ure i it and they will felt YMl W Puts life into JOB 1pO per Bot- tlerlAYDbN W 1 Corner Drug slotelr 0irEOJINVEST1Jyi jJNTSiilailway Manufacturing positions i B SELL i micipal atd corporation 3b capital for all il J to loan on any Amerltoii J 1cop tLOUISVILLE RY t 4 4+ cT j r48r tejhtfklnsThat tel jw Wlndfs It ctffw trJy a born actor Itkltis Think itkJusYcsM Siif ter Ills speeches spear In prtat Ltt rs hl doesut say anytklngClulcag fii rilrLlti DetetlaarkerWho wig It said eelMlf world doesnt know how the otherl i 1 lives ttnrt I tfneighbors In a fiatDetr4t Thb fW ifkIW L Woisaaa E t ra r f 1jcobe replied Row long ceitr woman endure It If she bad teIMF hear tier husband do all tbe tatChIcaga RecprdHenild Ii J N XWU Gre J iias Id be wlllhjff to gt marrki JC t ild only get a wife irkff WM ec tealIMd f My dear boy no woe11 Is evw ees s QWal Shes either extrTaiJMt eijDctrolt Free Pre i PaMiiirky b I your horse afraid W a4s 1 I V asked the towirfwW irM as a broken tire t oV answered Parnwc CoratOMeC- c t hauled too many oC em hoB r tl1ntValiJblh rX t DRJJ M BURTON p RESIDENT DENTIST JJ TEETH EXTRACTED 1 WITHOUT PAIN t oicHagan Block up stairs j SPRINGFIELD KY 4 A1b Dental Work Strictly FirstclassitAi Dr J H LAMPTON DR J C MUDD LAMPION MUDD Pijsicians anil Surgeons I Offices over Haydons Drugstore 1 W FGRIGSBY- IORNEY J t AT LAWS c jOfflce over Peoples Bank- 3PRINGFJELD Ity i JB RoBARDS M VI FYATT v RoBARDS HYATT y Physicians and Surgeons ft Office over McElroy Shultz r DR J H HOPPER rPHYSICIAN and SURGEON l Office PHONES 97 I fr T Residence 71 Office Over Hasans Grocery VJOHNYMAYES JfUHERJli uiHECTOR JJID LICENSED EMBAlMER ibAY19 TELEPHONE NIGHT 74 I v V SPfflCFIELD KY t Ralroad SChedule Following iis the time schedule 1 now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield bran h railroad t iNo 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 pin Bardstown Junction j 502 p mr Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m No 42Leaves Springfield at t 630 a m Bardstown 617 amt Bardstown Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1119 am arrives at Springfield 1240 p ra No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Baidstbwn 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm I No 90 Sundays only Heaves Sprintttield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville jNoj aves Louisville at 6 pm Bard town Junction 650 pm Bard ow1J 758 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm r Bonds Carriage iJr Repair Shop t r 4 Air kinds wood work and up 1I V holstering done Grain Cradles on hand for sale I have lor sale now one new I handmade buggy new hand 5made spriug wagon and algood second handspring wagon fcI willjrwork cheaply for the inpney Jfhork strictly cash v H BONP r Springfield Ky t FRESH B EAD rROLLS AND CAKES 4 V Baked Daily j Always good always fresh We have a Baker who is anar 3 iMsi at making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c iS tft1 Hertliens Confectionery NOW OPEN t b1icl11iatj rl New Springfield Hotell Ci Is noyr Open and ready for business W are thoroughly equipped for the afccbmnioclation of the travelling1 public and for regular boarders ifeoaril can be furnished on the Bur tp plan Lunches and short ordeJ p meals I CM RICE Manager f ir r InsuranceI8 fesnre in the Farmers Home JAt Ijiurance Company of Junction t GTfcy Ky the only company ii pfill State that makes any claim H i otpaiiDg it losses in lulllt 5 iic leotake a dozen Kennedys things Larativo jo cure Honey and tar allays tho Congestiort tep8 that tickling dbves tbS ugh sour bowels Sold by al 4rsigg38t r r f CHANGE OF I FIRM t SALE J 1 I ja t i 4 f The present firm mustreduce its Stock by Augtist 1st jrr1 25000 worth of Clean and up=to =date Merchandise offered t tT COST FOR CHSH OWLSL 4 THIS SALETQ CONTINUE TO AUGUST 1ST- Mi fi t Joe SCraybreoke having bought the interest cfMr Chas D Robertson the present firm has agreed to reduce the stock as rchasppsJiJ Jely theabove date when the wIll take This rare to proposetocholcet t JI JJjJ Dry Goods Clothing Etc r We will offer lot of Mens arid Boys Suits at less than Manufacturers Cost All Dry Goods at cst some less than costCarpets Wall Paper Rugs Mattingsc at cost Remnants half price Shoes at cost Odds and ends half price Remember every sale must be Cash ROBERTSON BROS J WVi Ww- i i i TOWN rumiW wiroVr WOOiriWroidro inroU Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest li b AllAbout Yourself Friends I and Acquaintances ec ool WANTED A blacksmith good wages to right man Richard Riles Sprfegheld Ky The Grundy Orphanage has receiyed the boys from the Ah tchoraget McClellan Rwalt Kr ell and Weeks Others will be added tb the list later on f Mr CalyTzi Shewmafirboughl of S T Colin the Hmes form near Litsey1or 3250 The farm purtchasedColvin for 2750 LOST Oiri the streets of air of nose glasses with short golU chain attached Finder will please return tb the NEWSLEApT5k office and reward recelnlt On nextlSunday morning la protracted f meeting will com mence attjie Springneld Baptist church Dr Wolainer of Loui ville services All Wiilrbonducttbe invitedto attejid t TVhe Republican County Committee was organized dn lasfc Monday at a meeting held titt the of fice of WitP Grigsby Mr W F Grigsby was elected Chair man and ftY Jenkins Seeivetaj ry of the Qpmmiltee fI S M Campbell reports county court dayt last Monday as fol- lowl Larige crowd in town and several head of cattle on tha market ranging in price 2c to 4c per pound milk cows selling low several on the market with only a few changing hands 1 Messrs Ben F and John IjV Simms sold another hunch df cattle last week to Mr Tom tOityrl t cattle 1143 pound and the p ice realized was 465 per hundred The cattle were fed at the Walker distillery at Bardstown The regtflar monthly meeting of the Wasnington county Med ical Society was held at the courthouse Monday June 25th at 130 o clock the following physic ians being present S I Peak of Louisville R 0 McChord of Lebanon 3p Crume of Bloom field S Jt Smock Richard Ro Bards D A Crosby X Y Hatchett jJ C Mudd J H Lamp ton M Hvatt Papers were read by DPS Peak and Lampton which were Very interesting Next regular meeting will beheld in Springfield July 23 11IThe golden wedding of Wood son and Mary Arnold of Boyle county the parents of Mr S ML Campbell was celebrated on June c the 23d Quite a large crowd of qvgr 50 people gathered jin with Iany presents foiflhe jold fo1ttStlhome With children and grandchildren and most all neighbors they had a day 4png to beremeniberecl by all present At 1230 alIwere invited to par takeofa sumptuou3 dinneri which had beei repared by children ani others Mrs 4rnrd who haj uTOPICSJI m q been blind for 24 years seemed to enjoy the day throughout Three Pieces of real estate be longing to the estate of the late PM Campbell were sold on- t Monday by the County Commis sioner The first was the mill property which las beet oper ated by Jarboe Campbell for a number of years After spirited bidding the mill was sold to Messrs J R Jarboe and Chas McWhorter for 8000 Mr Mc Whorter has been cbnnected with the business for several years and the mill will continue pnder the name of Jarboe Mc Wh rt1f The Campbell horne place on High street was bought by Misses Myrtle Pearl and Bes sie Uampbell at 35fov The Ismail house and loton East Maini Street Was bought by Theo Campbell at STOOt Business Change Mr Joe S Claybrooke has purchased the interest in tha rirm of Robertson Br sofMr Chas Robertson and will be JIlemberoLtbatlfirm Mr Claybrooke until about ai year ago was engaged in the dry goods busines iin Springfield and has a best pf friends in the town and county who will be glad to learn that be and his wife will return here to live Mr Chas Robertson who retires from the business lias not decined whati Ihe will do The change will take place on August 1st I Petition Presented A petition qalling fur an elec tion to take a vote on the local option question in this county was presented to the counts court on last MondayS The law requires tbjat at mast twentyfive percent of the voters of each precinct sign the petition and so there was separate petition from each Voting precsnct in the count was filed with the court In each case more than the required tweiityfiye percent of the voters pac signed the peti tion In jail there were 1467 names secured ThQ total vote in the last general electionin the county was 8000 The petition req estthe county judge to name August 25th as the date of Ii Its WorthIi m traveling a long distance to have your teeth extracted Ii m t Without Pain orDanger Ii m All work guaranteed w I g LG CRUME D u S l Krfuu Bardstown it x 333 a 33 333333 333 333333 3 r the election and it is probable that the day will be fixed on or about that thne The law re quires that thepetition layover until the next county court when the court will enter an order di rectingthe sheriff to prepare for the holding of an election Hon C C McChord iis at hoirie this week for a rest Mr John H Brown of Lebanon wasoverMonday Mr and Mrs Conrpid Hertlein1 were inLebanon Tuesday Ber Medley of Owerisboro is visiting home folks this week Mrs Dillard Tapp of Carbon dale lllis visiting T D Tapps family Miss Adelaide Kelly of Ores cent Hill is visiting the Misses Medley Mrs Force of Newport is visitmg0her daughter Mrs R F Sutton j L Mrs H P McChord and Mr Vrr McElroy spent Tuesday at Tatham WD Claybrooke has returned from a visit to his brother at Scotts oro Ala Mrs Jennie Thompson of Bardstown is visiting Mr and Mrs TS M yes Mrs Mattie Boslev of Denison Texas is a gue t of Mrs JN Kelly at this place Miss Mabel Williams is visiting4 her grandmother Mrs Conner at Frederickstown Mr Joe F Pettus spent three days of tliis week with his par ents at Preachersville Mr Thomas Nally of Nelson county Was shaking hands with old friends here Monday Messrs Ray Wakefield and James Hughes of Bloomfield were here county court day Qooooooooooo1 oooGoOOOOOOO Q MILLINERY CLOSING OUT SALE f We have a few desirable dress hats that will go at your own price to close out tHe entire stock Readytowears for 50c your choice All stylish hats Linen Hats Just what the girls and ladies want tp wear with their linen and duck dresses Embroidered Hats r Nothingi prettier for wear with muslins and shirt waist suits than the lingerie hatsandwe have o pretty onesa in prices KNOTT MILLINERY CO 0000000 t i a White Goods Laces Embroideries T All White Goods Laces and Embroideries at cost t Remnants of same half price Mens and tLadies Furnishing allat cost We have selected a lot ofodds and end remnants 4rbm each de partment and will sell most of them at half price and some of them less than half for Spdngfield thativeraged grandchildren 1CNAL reasonable 000000 Miss Annie Mayes visited her sister Mrs J R Mahon of Leb anon the first of the week Miss Laura McChord of Leba non spent a few days with Miss Lydia McElroy this week Miss Isabel Medlev hfcs returned from Owensboro where she visited Mrs Tour MedieyI Mrs Fred Hagau isattthe bEd- s de of her brother Mr Ivan Rogers at Lebanon this week D B Guthrie and Mrs J S Guthrie of Roilirgs Cay coun ty are visiting relatives here I Mr and Mrs Frederick Mar get of Louisville were visiting Mr and Mrs John W LSWJF Mrs Arclie BFovnis inteD111 non this week at the Mr and Mrs John H Browne Mr Luth r A Burns who has ben despeatQly ill of typhoid feverwts somewhat better yes tjfriv Judge Charles JJl MoDowell and mother Mrs Mattie McDqw ell visited relatives li re last week I Mr and Mrs Hugh ifcElrov Mrs Emmett Field and Mrs W T McElroy are at Tatham this week Miss Mary McOlellan Leba mmis spending the vacation with her sister Miss Minnie McClellan v Mrs Rodenbaugh and grand daughter Miss MayTumey of Nicholasville are gtiests of Mrs M L Rearcy Mr R Y McElroy and Mr LebnnonIman Monday t Mr C B Jeffries formerly oft this county but now a resident of Lovisvillewas here the first of the weak Miss Mary Brown has returrf1 ed from Perry vl lie where she spent the past week with Miss Blanche Griffin Mrs Palmer Goatleyp Mrs C R McWhorter and Miss Miranda Tucker are visiting Mrs Georgia Hoskins at Campbsllsville I1rs JameS Allen and Mrs Mary Hughes of BJoomtieldand Mrs Mary Powell bfOklahoma visitea Mrs Palmer Grundy Saturday Mr Emmet McElroy returned yesterday to Kansas City after a pleasant visit with his parent J Mr and Mrs A C McEjroy ftrs FiDleyScruggsle Tuesday to join Mrs iScruggs at Eureka Springs Ark where he is staying for his health Miss Louise Settle of Maud ani guests Mrs J Hunter Peake and two daughters of Louisville visited Mrs Hugh Stiles Wednesday t MrsF H Lanham and Miss Green of Lebanon and Mli and Mrs Ivo Green of Indian Terri tory were gues4of Mrs T E Hardesty Monday f IJim Shultz after a few days yisit to his parents here has ere turned to Louisyille where he has a position with the Harry 1 WoodCo Mr R J McMullen who is Synodical Agent of the Presby terian Orphanage at Anchorage was here yesterday soliciting funds forthat institution Miss Mamie Donnelly and Miss Lava a OConner have ra turned hQme after a twb weeks visit with their friend Miss 01 ivia Morton of Louisville mWro iu li III J i IJII- have fitted hundreds of others and can fit yu Names and I Prescriptions on file come and g see for yourself Give your n eyes the attention at the tj 1 time and place Not ing iiltIII high grade goods All modern kinds and styles of lenses Bifocals of every de I scription gi I ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS 1a Specialty oni1l1andtion guaranteed Ii E Mi Russell I +tszLz fJlM Mr Watben Simms MissvMa bel Thompson Mr Hood Cun ningham and Miss Flaget Sims attended the opening pf Chautau qua at Lebanon Tuesday Mr Llpyd Clarkson was in town yesterday He is lowly recovering from thegunj shot wound in his leg and is able to getabout with the u e of aorutcb Mr and Mrs Stephen Brown left Monday to visit relatives at Lebanon and thence to Louis yiHe where they will remain a few days before returning to their home in Kansas City Mrs Elizabeth Hopkins of Nevada Mo iis visiting herI brother VF Booker of thiSI place whom she had ndt for thirty years Mrs MaiMaj Bo ketof Louisville is also a vigjtor at the Ba ker home slasl ld1entertamingi w e1rat1d Misses Wallace and Glaybrooke joined them yester day Dr G T Burton ol Santa Anna Tex J H Bur on of Vhitesboro Tex editor of the Sun and Mr Fred Burton of Danville all brothers cff Dr Ji M Burton were here the first of the week to visit him llUesJdayj ied by his brother Charles anfwho fclimate Ols1villeweeks vijt with friends hereI left for his homo at Webb CitvI M6 Tuesday Mr Murattas singing was a pleasant feafcure of tlie service at the Presbyterian church last Sabbath 1 1 Will J3uy Them Out A movement is on foot and it is claimed wilj be successful tjb purchase the saloons of Hati rodsburg and publicly destroy them The local option element in Mprcfer county seems tobe worked upas never before and tills scheme which was started by Judge Roach CbI Ed Gaither Ibusinessthrough Tbe saloon men have been askedc to place a price on their fixtures anu supplies now on hand and it is thought they will accept the proposition If the pric js accepted by the anti saloon popea shaft will lbe erected in the city tto commetho 4 rsJtc the qvent Danvjlle tlvof cita I iOLffSliOiflAcDTAR urc Codi PrGYcnt PnQwrnouI A DOLLAR S4VED W is a dollar earnfedV can easily save your pairibing bill by andyouIIIICITY HORSB SHOE Doniwadeco5jylfih r Ir cheap Bain ThecstofIabO W rarg I v cslparofyourpthnThigbillUse it orily copuBonpainB thaUvillwearthall will look bci4tha is themodU ol1 III othicalth will cover The most surface to the yfallon A IfyouWanUwBanuse MOUND PAINtnIfSHOE PAINT and as for econont Ducan use HORS flOEPAIN1 and pnH the difference inlhc bank I GET IT AT THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE = j 1 S s v II Tile first National 1 Rank 1 II- t Ii t SPRINGFIELD KY 1 t Gapllnl 50OOO 5 8 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25OOO I t OFFICERSB L Litscy President John wJ Lewis VICe lesi t A c McElroY Cashier L B Cain Assistant Oashier deutI Foster BookKeeper Ii H Purdom Ast BookKeeper OR D r Lit e JW Lewis Sidney Green F MttDIRECT beUtR IL Edeten ii lI GrundyjohnlQ PollII Ir j ttWe grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your l JII ttness respectfully solicited 8 f OO w OOOOOOOO MARKS GREEN The old Reliable Manufaclui ers I and Dealers in all Kinds f 4t LUMBER LATHS SHINQLliS SASH DOORS BLINDS I 1 EWe handle the celebratedf 4 MixedCnne1 oa1- IC9t e Beatt 0 We are sole agents for j ACME CEMENT PLJSTER 4 0hTheBet on Earth Prides Right Office and Yards Doctor and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky V M fIII W W tt l7J i I- H EVERY ODYS USINfsS tI x Is Nobodys Business IL gj S Is to give the public the best work 1I1l i 41 I 4 Tinning and Plumbing ffi S ate least possible cost GIVE us AlCALl l t f v V t i5J i5 j W PRJTCI4ARp I c tm m SPRINGFIELD KY tm f HALESVEGTnLES1CIL1kN flair Renewer r tJf JIs it true you want to look old P Then keep your grayiiiir JOt J i then use Halls HairRenewer and have all the dark rich color t of early life retordto your hair Jt1 rr J J ADOtherStatett or sbinglcn StateAnother il l tsa1ed to the Jmbn wile Ptden Rosevelt sgnd the bill admitting Oklahoma vd the Indian Territory as one State 4The measure also provides that AJISOB and New Mexico iay be admitted to statehood as theSthte of Arizona provided the people cf the territories vote in favor of idwisrioh on the terms submitted to them bjr Congress The signing of the measure was made the occasion of an in tsreating ceremony Senor Beveridge and Representative Hamilton respectively Chairman iof the House and Senate Commit ter on Territories who have v worked long and haid to brng about the enactment of the meas are were present as also were Delegate McGuire and a delega i tiol1 of residents of Oklahoma Delegate Andrews of New Mex lcD Secretary Lceb and several others Just before the Pres- Ident sipped the bill Ambassador peck von Gertr Vwanjr1 was ushered into the office und witnessed the ceremony The President used two pens in signing the measure writing his first name Theodore with a solid gold pen presented by the people of Arizona arid hjis family name RooseveltI with an eagles quill taken from ao American eagle in Oklahoma After signing the bill President RooseveLt congratulated Senator Beveridge and Repre sentative Hamilton on the com pletion of their long and arduous labors in connection with the measure Heexpressed in strong terms the hope that the people ol Arizona and New Mexico would avail themselves of the opportu flty afforded them by the law t come into the Union as a State 1 They now were offered an opportunity which might not again b otiered in a score of years The Presidenti said too he had t personal interest in the admis sion of Arizona and New Mexico as many of the members of his regiment the Rough Ridersre sided in tbose territories Deilii from lockjaw t never follows an injury dressed with Bucklens Arnica Salve lu antiseptic and healing pro ertie prevent blood poisoning Chas Oswald a merchant of Renssel 7laersvijle N Ywrites It fI cured Seth Burch of this place of the ugliest sore on his neck I ever saw Cures cuts wounds b irns and sores25c atCJ- Haydons drug store Increase in Revenue t The State Board of Equaliza tion finished its action on th J assessment of counties of thi State and will adjourn sine dt after one more meeting to ar range for the annual report of the board aria other minor details flWith equalization of the assess njenftsr ofthes pnties of Lawi ltrd Masohthe boird wound uj its work Lewis on final action c was given an increase of five per ot on farm lands and pCrson and five per cent on towi 5Mason was raised four pel cn farm lands and personal J MessrsO P Pol ocfc Sam efRedman and U C Thurmai appeared before the board a I witnesses from Lewis whil1 Messrs E L Wcod and A P rtogai i Were present on beba J tf Mason county The board has beenin sessioi since February 10 and has laboj d long and faithfully in the pi r Joraauce of its duties Big in UTUS6S have been made onjmany 1 STkANGDV1i I Br C O Green gives alert personal atleatIoS tL to Ms great bHSBaaltarian contract L4tn our Alaumac for many yelrs past we have riven unusual advice to thossj afflic ted with coughs colds throat or lung troubles oc consumption We have told them if they did not receive any special benefit after the we of one 75cent size bottle e Gamu Syrup to consult their doctor CWe did not ask them or urge thein to use a large number ofbottles as is the case in the advertising of many other resiedk Our confidence ja Ger Jiiaa Syrup maw it possible for us to- tve such advice tjwe know by the ex eriace of over 35 years that ose 75cent botUe of Gennn Syrup will speedily re 4 licn eare the worst coug colds brQlJChiloc lusg iroubesand that cvcn itbexi cajis trf coss iaptipnr one lrgedsl P ltl Syrup will work rtWi fMew trial bottles asc reg wuenc AtalidruggiaU 1 4 t j w uJJwof tbe most prosparoiis counties ofr the Slat which will bring iniich more revenue into tihe pub lie exchequer Ky StateJour nal Eel Iffl iienflip Doom The feeling of impending doom in the minds of many victims of Brightfl Disease and diabetes jhas been ChangI to thankfulness by Xhe rivtd from taking jFoleys Kidney Cure It will ciure incipient Brljjhts disease and diabetes and even in the worst cases gives comfort and relief Slight disorders are cured in a few dayshI had diabetes in its worst form writes Marion tee of fiunreath End I tried eight physlcjans with out relief Only three botllds of Fpleys Kidney Cuthtnaderne a well man Sod by the Red Oross Drug tore Metho4ofFishin Elkhorn furnishes a bran new bsh story which Vouched for bVLMr George Hampton a farm er liyins on the Gliyplacn this county Near th4 mouth of Elk horn is a deep pooi known as the No Bottom Hole On the bank muskrats had burrowed a hole for a distance of tep feet and the rains had paused the IJanks to cave Yesterday Mr Harnp tons sons were out on the creek with thejr coon 1og when the animal treed two catfish iin the cued portion The fish had gone out into the openng made by the muskrats and had been aught away from waTer when one cave in occurred One of ohR fish weighed thirty pounds ind the other seveiteeen lEW SHORT STORIES Xo Kotovrlns For SUm They tell this one Qn former Govern ir George Hoadly of CHio Once upon a time In the midst of a ampalgu ItHoadlja8to deliver a peech at a little town In the great and lorlous Uuckeye Stlate When ha acId the one hotel that the town oasted lie walked up to the register nd wrote his name The Proprietor ezdporterstewardheadwaIterdepotuniter jlrt sleeves his hat on the back of his end and a cigar stump held between Is teeth When the visitor had put Own his John Hancock the factotum nriied the register round rend with ut the flicker of an eyelid the name lore written wrote 10 beside It Ith a lead pencil and said You kin jest take ycr grip right up aat stairway there an back down tlr All TIm GOVEnXOli 01 Tilt STATE OP onicj 11 clean to th cndYer rooms right i the left hand sIdr of fh hall In th rn rXo 10IWith considerabld iastonlshmcnt and Jt a little Injured Wgnlty Zfhlos chief- cecutive pointed tthe name smiled iintly and said 1 am George lion illy YcI I notice t aid the rustic iwltlj it tnmln r a irnirl5AiI v rITinnTs ht there at th eiid of th Mall Xo Caut miss It With liiorc hauleu and almost quiver 5 with outrage Impprtauce the Iest fiald Imprcssi ely I am George dly governor of 6 state of Ohio lIbi Turning then a look of exas rated Impatience on his facc the ho jslI man exclalmedj t Well what dye expect me t dojs yeJudge j LJSecretary Tnft aratLe Waiter Secretary Taft said or a certain dcaerluj statesman j j He fills men withtlretid They quail foru him They can tcall their souls sir owu Ii his vrei1cc Altogether j makeS me thlnli of a waiter I once et in the west In a pnsail wotrn town ninny ITS ago I sloirpeUovcrnbjhh I was assigned to a room at the alace hotell Jlftsfe was water nor wcls In the roqmj and I rang There was no reply I rung again Still no reply And again and again and yet again rang and finally a waiter appeared This waiter wjas fa rojmst man of tem and forbidding aspect Did you rlusW he said In a rum ling bass voice IdidI answered Well dont to It again said the miter with a menacing scowl as h- ezithdrewKanniCity Journal Where lie BclonBeil The Tlev W II forrison of Brock in 3fc s fornu41y of run lster V r where hetiijJDybd a long and site cssfulpastoratejlsa bit of ahumorlnt ud enjoys a joke whether ou himself r anoihor His mtiiincr and sympa etlc characterlsl Ic make Imln much jquest at tuner is aid it Is related iat on ie oeci slpn It so JJappeiied iat llio Iraclw a lojtted to the taourgr 3 were shi filled nja the i lalgfer rnie the ceuietcry lu a hoarse wh14hie Jrlver 01 ietu f1j 4 tr i levvasC- VKAU t11 L5i pa 1y Sa r jincon r rpM rv L = 41rcwTOften The Kidneys Are Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to lie considered that only iiritinrt zirid btndder troubles were to bt sample traced to the kidneys but now modern science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning the disorder these most important organs The kidneys filter and purify the blood- that is their work Therefore when your kidneys are weak r or out of order you can understand how I quickly your entire bodYlS affected and Sow eer organ seems to fail to do its 1Itaking the great kidney reme Uf Kilmers SwampRoot because as soon as your kidneys are well they will help all the other organs to health A trial will convince anyone If you are sick you can make no misI take by first doctoring your The mild and the extraordinary effect ofI Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney ren cc1yIS soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and is sold Iou its merits byl rJl druggists in fiftycent and ouedollarsize bottles You may have a bottle in of I IlOmftot snmpUoo 1ymail free also a pamphlet telling you tow to find out if vu have kid11cror bladder trouble Mention this paper ivlien writing to Dr Kilmer Co Uing hanitou N Y Doiit niXke any liiistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the ad dress Bingliamtou N Yon every bottle rennonaf conveyance ills wire met ilm at the lloor and somewhat Indig nant at time apparently unusual pro ieedlug and not npticing that it was i hearse the clergjmiin was rlllingon xclalmed William what did you ride ap there for Why didnt you get In jlde where you belolig Boston Herald The Proper Version Secretary Wilson disagrees with hose who say that th6 eleventh com nandniont Is to njlnd your own busi ness This other day the secretary was nit a dlnncr with a number of friends During the conversation he let slip something which proved to be mighty jmbarrassing to the secretary aest day he had occasion to i i subordinate who tod also let gorhejj something that was to he l is confidential Time subordinate wondered what timet Eleventh commandment was lt j halt iot even heard the version tliat It was ibout minding your own business So jie secretary wrote It out for lum Keep your jnouth shut riltsburg i Ispatch 4 t noaaa tilt in it Aon- A CUice scnstdioual performance has taken place at file Stoke hippodrome where two local billiard players arranged to play a match of twentyfive uq in the center of a lloijs cnEc The lions which were wider the control of n lady trainer sat round the cage x n pedes tals Shortly ftor the game hind begun one of the animals gave a loud roar which so frightened one of the players that he droppedimis cue AS the game proceeded the lions grew excited at the presence of llie strangers and dashed round the cage In nn airming manner Tips match lastedt sonie ten minutes iml the players were loudly cheered as they left the cage London Mall A Chinese Workday Everybody In China works hard even those who have reached the highest positions it Is related of a mem or of the Chinese cabinet that he left home every morning at 2 oclock as he was on duty at the palace from 3 to fAs a member of till privy council ho cas engaged from to 9 From 9 Un m 11 he was at the war department If which he WRS president As a meni ler of the board of punishment he was n attei dance front 12 to 2 and ag a ailulster of time foreign office he spent eveiy lay from 2 till 5 or 0 tIre In iddition he frequently served on spe Ial boards or omml 4l0nsf Ictteir AVrllla In 1830 What changes too In all the appara tus of YifritinK When 1 was a boy cv jrybody wrote on lejter iwpor and there was no envelope The letter was folded in a peculiar way that WitS taught to Qhlldien then put In a cov er There were wafers and sealinp vax no blotting pUller but sand Quill posis were in universal use There wore pen knives a name still rataln Ml to make them with We cannot forget hotr Miss Squeer shyly brought IlU her pen to be made byXlcholas Steel pems were not In use Chambers Tounml T r SFrrin of Tn r Tlite substance Is commonly used as rei Hnt by dissolving in water and Crinkling the plants with the solution 111 is also sometimes smeared In and about the nostrlis of sheoii to prevent time hot fly fromv depositing its eggs Pxlntetl on pnuer jwiMd wrapped aitu1iI life ltinsel of fruit trees and 7eI newcd beforrt coining dry it will entrap the Wingless female caiikerworm iliofhs In their attempt to ascend the trees for10IHU1de of depositing eggg Pine tar W preferable tot coal tarc but neither kind should be npplied directly the Imrk A prepared gryase known insectt lime is now generally OyC11to instead of tar American Cal Ue ollinrm Msiiitire In uk lecture The Usco Kami Manure Professor Henry Snydorat Jlhc national dairy sliow wild that coni postiig of farm mannres was not gcn Orjilly adyi c l Direct application qf the manure to the soil was conslderou more ydvlsflblo The use of composted manure for special purposes was not jjpdl When manure1 was composted the Importance of enliLg stIr from the manure piles and regulating the moisture supply was pointed out and ofcfo the losses from making a number of small manure piles in fields It was shown that the use of the manure preader would obviate thp necessity of making numerous small piles iu the ueid The 3111k Strainer The cause of many of Ute most ob jectionable troubles In dairying such as early souring ropy milk bad odors and all sorts of abnormal fermenta tions have been traced to the filthy condition of the milk strainer The strnhumr Immediately after use should beZjiotoughly rinsed In cold or JUke irm water then washed in hoi iva terireeiumg the flue meshes from rinI reign substances then rinsed In boll hug water sterilized bw steam or boll Ii2r in clean wattr a1aull drlQdIn the VII lit or in a cliun room Amepican utivU r SUFFOCATE T IN A TRUNK Three Children Playing In Attic Die Like the Ginevra of Samuel Rogers Poem CRAWLED INTO BOX TO HIDE Lid Snapped flown and They Couldnt 1Push It UpTheir Still Forms Found Four Hours Later by Distracted Mother Twas but that Instant she had Iett Frau cesep Laughing and looking tszul and nyht- still Full fifty years were p at anil ail forgot When on an Idle day a ttsy of search Mid the old lumber fn thVgallery Thut moMering cheat wss noticed anti twas xakl By one as young as thoughtless as Glrie ItynYhnot remove It from Its lurking plaeeT Twa done w soon SHill but on the Jvax It bunt ft fell and lo U skateton With here and there a prl n1l emerald stpn A grold n dUll clasping a hrbd of gold All else had perished aave a nuptlal ring And a small tlIher methers legacy Engraven with a name the name of both Clnevra There Ihen had she found a grave wtfllnthlilt chost lind she oOncQiiledher self Fluttering with joy tte liafwiftst of tho happy When si prhifj loeJ rthut lay In ambush then I Fastened her towitfforev r From Samuel nogqfV tOt tGlnevra written a century ago SmotherediJto death m a trnnic which they evidently hud u wlas a bed In their play three small children of Mrs Ad loemstte of ICnukakoe were found by their mother after they ha1 bfeii miilus for four homs The two yommner itelty sIx and Pearl two years old vef lying on a pillow In Uie lHto of the trunk where It Is Stippo ed they went hf sleep The old estIdiolsht wss sittingt upright and was stil1t1ile wlucn foiind by her mother but dlqd a rw minutes after Ida had jmrtlcipfttcd In the Memo na day ciIeUratloas hi the af eriioon ami laid icuehod home eompletely tired out Sli tskedor her mipptr nail after esitius she went uptnlrs with I er mailer wlMtcrst Mrs Vauslette wont mimE WliRE THE STILL FORMS OF TIll IITfLK pNBS about hoc work and save the children no second thought until about oclock when she went up to get the baby whc usually slept with her paronlsIAfter ear hinff from room tto rpom and not iindiu then sic discovered the tray of a trunk on one of the beds More hi curiosity than in hop of had Ins the children slit raised the lid of the trunk There werethe stfllt form or the little oiieg Screaming with torror the dlstractcc mother twlxed the children anti placed them Iu j vainly trying to awaken them Neighbors heard her erica and hurried ino the house The eyes of the oldest jrirl opened she was pick ed up She WitS curried xtt nee to the opeii alr and xrtlrtclnl respiration was resorted to without tmecow Thethree children rere buried in one caskettThe trunk In which the children wore suffocated Is not slf kicking but tins clasps which might hold against time strength of children liUIInrilM In n IIOIIN Cajcr A sensatloital iftrform ore totikplnce recouMy at tjie Stoke ITlfipodroinc In London where two locall billiard ivas ers arntn cd to piny a match of twen tyllve up Jii the center of a lions cage Time lions which wore under time control of a lady tndnei s t arpuud the cape on pedestals KliQitly after the game had begun one of the animals gave a lout roar which so frightened one of the players tlmt he dropped his cue As tIll pune proceeded the lions prow excited at the presence of the strangers amli daahetl around the cage In an alarming niHJiner The mateli lasted sonic ten minutes and the play ers were loullly cJisored as they left the cage fSTime Ace to AVcnn Pigs IIhe pigs Hluuld remain with their dtm until eight weeks or two mouths old before weaning They will by this time ie able to t at enough to ktC them growing and thrifty ami the sow lrel again for n full litter within a week or ten days after the phs are wcnnocl This keeps the old soWs in getting too iesliymm Uiey wIJI often do when let run during Hw sitmmor tinur on goad pasture Young s0w85iiIumILI be left unbred after this heat ilrter to let theta grow mature before farrow lug tlfelr second Utter yl8consln Agrl culturtet The Dr cdluJ ETc Whatever UroetlJs chosen It Is 1m portnnt that the ewe be selected on her merits She should not be less than two years old so is to have plenty of milk to bring the lanibs along rap Idly She should notas a rule be over sIx years old anti by nIl means have a perfect mouth She should be short legged and large bodied with a clean face and a bright eye She should have a good sized udder and sound teats It Is liot the largest owes that always bring the best lambs j S Woodward in American Agruur AUTOMOBILE WRECKS STORE Crashes Through Plate Glass Window and Scares Clerks to Hurried f f Flight AH automobile owned by John Jubas of NuyYork city caused n sensation In NyncI NVA b running into one of time largestt stores In the town crash nif through the front plnte glass win lows rind smashing everything that stoodl In its way The machine filled with a party Of pleasure seekers came down from West Point and was passing through TUB MACHINE C7USIIKD THROnon TOE TLATB GLASS Nyack on Its way Jo the ferry It was driven by Mr Julias chauffeur At the corner of Broadway the inachlne was running so fast Unit it was impossible for the chauffeur to turn and the auto look a header for YoW Devitts store The machine crashed through the plate glass wrecking nearly the en tire front arid then demolished cotta teas boxes and barrels The dozen Jerks mid their itstoJtetsJl1ade1 dash for the back part of the store a couple f Ihcu leaping out of a side window Clw occupants of the machive clung to he seats mid were uninjured They promised to pay for the damage 73ITTEN BY OVER FIVE HUNDRED DOGS Jersey City Cur Catcher S ysNo One- f Need HserHdro p phobia Is there such a thtug as hjdrophobJa f there its can It be overcome by the uind t With his body a mass of sckrsvfrom 1C dog bites hermit Ilocktoff of Jer ey City goes merrily on catchiuj un censotl dogs and insisting that science 3 a failure and that there is no such1 hiiig hydrophobia When he aptdled Jit the Jersey City Jbspital recently to Inure a gash in his iglit hand cauterized ho told the doc ors how to do it The lieWvdoctor mar eletl that a dog catclter iouldkuow o much about the cauterization oll1 voutul Why shouldnt I T said U9ckt ff null Is the live hundred and sixteenth line At lletfgt that a cur hurled his e eth in me And this is tile two lain trod and sixtythird time I havehad a vound cauterized Let me show you Vnd Ilermatt who is a husky big tel or bared lila arms sail logs and show d a jiiinbJe of yarieolorcd scars which n a mitKeUni inlsht be mistaken for he bunfrlinR work of a tattoo artist UQcktoff iwc been x dog catchier for eh years From the first time a yelp pupsank its faiifr Iu his thigh toekloff lisa firmly believed that he vould never Iwve iiible or at least he las never let himself believe that he Tould hue rubles Ive seen parents scare their kids uto having hydrophobia Mild lEer Ive bitten by the same log nothing over happened to the crimp Im Immuntv as the doctors fty but I tieiis I could go mad UI aautteilto hrI dUnk that iMiiybody who doeant iraittU needl not htivw hydrophobia Ij ilway know win n I have a bail bite then havo It cauteriscd That is ill the irecHUtiAn I take guos I have been bitten by tie really mad dogs as often as a y one Crook Pone nil Model Citizen TIme residents of Coraopqli n suburb of rittsburs wore astouuded to learn that Samuel P Fletcher arrested as an expert bunk swindler wa Boyd II Stoneroad who has ben n respected Inhabitant of the s iniruntl community for live years during which ho has boon tfJirryiiiR on his fraudulent nL tlons Stoner 1Il WitS a telegraph oper tutor employed by the Wabasli railroad During his spare time the police say lie forget certificates of deposit and despoiled bunks all over the country of hundreds Of thousands of dollars nSenlltHOrnOJOo Scaly diseases of hOri an lr3du1e- by excessive hunt hi tilt summer cold In the winter says HlIjaI Ap riculturls These aregteatiyt llo tiled by providing sheila duriiiK tin lil weather and comfortable qrwUi when It Is cold It the plf Is fit yt It from tic to two ounces of Kiilphit of magnesia dissolved In onehalf iiii of water Then give it onehalf ciri of acetate of potash three times a The diet tinting this time should ix o a cooling nature Poultry Notes Cleanliness is next to godiiues poultry culture as much as in anyth else Clean quarters keep down th lice prevent sickness and add to th good returns Lice soon weaken the strongest fowls check egg production and make the business unprofitable Good sharp grit prevents indigestion A neglected case of indigestion will lead to liver trouble then the fowls to light and die I Legal flatter The United States government has ruled that butter which contains ocr 11G per cent of water is subject to the Internal revenue tuxes on adulterated butter Tills means that makers must pay allcensp fee of per year a tax of 10 cents a pouud on the prod net and that denIers must pay a cense fee of 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