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IT oo 9 ESTABLISHED S IN 1893 Ii 4 t iIF TRUSTY fi r PRACTICAL DENTISTge x Office over Havdon Barbet J Cental work ati asonable prices J Uwork guaranteed p SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DIRECTORY s v S iRINQ FIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south east of iexin on 59 miles from v Louisville on Bardstowil branch 61 Louisville and Nashville railroad in k farming and agricultural district II Two Banks telegraph and telephone VlindSjieexpress office flour mills lumber J t yards popuation 1100 population of county 15000 Representative in Congress Hon D 4fl Sniith Hodgenville Ky tRepresentative in Kentucky Legis I aturc Hon W D Claybrooke R pre cnt1tive in Slate Seoate Hon tIarrY Lancaster Lebanon Kv J County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May dud Octo IbcrL H ThUrman JudgdJ R It Durham Commonwealth At ocney xiM Campbell Clerks 119 lieachmap Master ComuiiSSt oner s Jr QUARTERW COURTs Quarterly Court is held on the third b1 onday in each month B 14 Litsey Judgedy jr COUNTY COURT rz County Curt meets oi the fourth Monday in etch mouth B L Vitsey Judge WF Booker County Clerk L T S Mayes County Attorney I r George Catlett Jailer y Sidney Oebourne Sheriff Sam Anderson Jr B Powell jHerbertEddlemanj Deputies JEJd Masters james F Moore County Surveyor V T P OBryan Assessor T Mitchell Deputy Noe Treasurer ttWM Montgomery Coroner W Bush Supt of Common P O Springfield CITY COURTi James R itoe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F GrJgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT=t Jntice Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G4V Lyon Pastor SetS vices on the First and Third in each month at 11 a m and 730 p in SundaySchool every Sunday tlO am Prayer mselng every Wednesday n3g1it f CATHOLIC CHURCH jr Rev P F Hennessay Pastor Ser- I Tices Vverjr Sunday at Band 10 oclock am SericCiat St Rose same hour 4 RcvWfWaldCI CHRISTIAN CHURChii every Sunday 3t PRESBYTERIAN OHORtHf Rev T D Latipier Pastor Peeachlng every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every nnday at 10 nm Prayer meetln at 7 oclockyery Thursday evening J BAPTIST CHURCH iRev Wmi Harrison Williams Pa t l l Preaching every Sunday at 1 am and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting eVry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock jPrateTjnfil1 Orders f MASONIC JiODGE Springfleid lodge N6 SO meets first and third Mouday eleachmonth i Washington R A Chapter No 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council XQo52 meets on vervtourthMonday KNIGHTS of THE MACASHES Meet f f FOLEYS IIONEYANDTAR l Prtvwts Serious Results From a Cold ij Remember the name l f tyfsNMiy mil Tar Insist upon having the genuine rc Thrs size s 2Sct 50o sioo I Prepared only by- eMr F A Cempanv Chioax Forsfile by RsdCujs Lruq BtonQ r w r i7w z1 THE News leadert 1 l lFt Ifi tt w7nWi ijWii Wmw JJoJij lJMi jiti M jliJrlrd W J F 1J ROUND Of TALK S M J o Foth Day Or July JiRuth Raymond heade cannon boom bejfrlghtened wi the noi e IRonerdeEoaiil chile makin room marchin soerbojs Loqkdenai am on deway See4twdfin toward desky l Listemvht t Isgwine to say ThLipni For h Day o July l LifJyoht from offY Jiead Cheer dtit nag now little Joel Brabest V en hab fought an bled sojSeeAn dat eagle mighty fine When he screams de nations say Guess vej beter gin to min DIs olcomtrys big an strong Aint nolan so fair as ours Here de birds hab cleares song Here deffiels liab sweetest flowers Tis de home o dem dats free Brack ot white or high or low Ain no slqbes to bend de knee Aint nojmirs to strike de blow Indfeperidence Day wek ep As de onto freedom bbrn While wid joy our pulses leap Blaze deianvil blow dehorn Shout fo freedomlittleJoe As de banner passes by Learn tcilu1 it while yb know This am Fpth 0 July trY HE LID Louisville 1 is i grealy stirred up over the Sunday cibsipglawor the fight o keep the lid on The crusade was firsbinaugu rated agllnsttb al ns aind theaters which were operated on Sunday and Jater the fight was taken up agairis- vrugstoiEand other businesses which were being run in viola tion of law A small county Magistrate has taken up the ngbt against the last mentioned arid although his war against these violators is not endorsed by Gov Beckhamnorthe Louis yule cit administration Squire Hoffman iis Ipreseauting and fining t icse violators by the wholesale AiidV what is more the Squire has the law entirely on his side After all we see no reason why those merchants should be allowed to violate the Sunday il wand escape punish ment any mote than our Sl ring field merjchairs Both are men able to the same State jlaws Thelid has been on ithall classes of business in Springfield f6r a yejiiv or so and now it is next to injpossible to buy a cigar ora glasb6f soda water in the town and it has been years since any local aloon h sattem ted to keep open on Sunday Spring field merchants have never made ifra regular practice to sell goods on Sunday yet it has been possii bl6 to buy a cigar and a few other articles until within the past yedif when the lid has been put on and rivited down We see no lreason why the law which is supposed to apply to al ot the state sh6ud be enforced in one town and iibt in another Louis yille could j well emulate Spring fields ejcample in olfeerving the Sabbttl1well as in other re spects fln4bei much the bettor itherefori c If ive- EJOICING r m The omnibu public building bill passed by Congress provided liberally for Kentucky towns Our neighbor Lebanon fares well Those wJio Lave cause to rejoice over I appropriations fori public build ings to be erected are Danville 50000 BowlingGreen 100000 Lebanon 30 000 London 5OOO Owensboro 175OOO Mayfield 40000 Paris S4000o arid Win Chester 45000 SpringfIeld could use u public building just as well as any Of theseotlier towns if we only had one yrfield wjip from any ijeiispn neg lect to pay their tfixes promptly will be called on to pay th- epEI1altjrhtinew administra tion has done away with the office oC tax Collector and tax payer is no longer called upon and re qudsted topay He is not even especially nctfied but heissup1 posed to acquaint himself with tIe town laws and to s ep up and pay and get his receipt from the City Treasurer The law in regard to the collection of taxes makes it very much to the interest of the tax payer to pay promptly Jor he will thereby 5ave much trouble and costs We quote from section 88 of the Town ordinances All taxes due the Oily shall be die and payable to the Treasurer ph the first day of March of each yearafter the assessment sbalHiave been made and the tax books delivered to the Treasurer arid to aN taxes unpaid on tile 1st day of July thereshall ttachito such taxes and each delinquent tax payer shall in addition to the tax be liable for and pay a penalty of two per cent on the whple amount due and an additional penalty of two per canton all taxes due September 1st and anj additionali penalty off two cent on alMaxes fe NOvember Ist and all such delinquent tax payers on November 1st shall in additi n to said penahies as above aggregating six per cent be liable for interest on all un paid taxes and penalties at the rate often par cent per annum from Novethbeiit utj til paid and all costS ural foes incident to collecting same under tax war rant as hereinafter iprovided and the officer wboso duty it iis to collect such taxes on tax war rants shall collect and account for such penalties interest and fees on tax wapranls the same as taxes The Treasurershall nit receive any taxes from lax pay ers after November 1st after tIc Isame may bo dllchlit such do linquent takes shall only be collected under ttax warrant to get her with the pchaltbs interest and cost as hereinafter provided IFOLErSfiOiffiYMiDTAR Cures Coids Prevents Pnouhioola Edgar Burton Accidentally Shot About noon in the office of Beard Marshall an accidentaI shooting took place It illustrates forcibly the fact that too great care cannot Jbe taken in the use of firearms AttornGY Marshall had shown the pistol that was used by John Marks who killed Mary Williams at Bagdad to Messrs EdgarBur ton and Arthur Secrist and had taken the cartridges from the cylender and had picked up an othr one that was in the desk drawer arid whilst doing so NJr Secrist took up the Marks pistol put two of the cartridges backin- it and thinlting to frighten his friends snapped the trigger the first time ineffectually but the cbaigedIthecalf of right lEg and remaining there Drs Beard and Beard treated him He is at present- at his sisters in Waddy and and suffering greatly from his wound Tin ball has not been found though feveml attempts have been made tCi find it He is resting somewhat easier at last accounts Shelby Sentinel Burton formerly lived in this county and is well known hero l Only 82 TeaK Old taq1only 82 years old and dont expect even when I get to be real jod to feel that way as long as lean get Electric Bitters1 t says Mrs E H Brunson of Dub lin Ga Surely theres nothings else keeps the old as young and makes the Weak as slrong as this grand tonic medicine DIpsii pepsia torpd liver inllamed kidj neys or qhronc constipation are unknown after taking ElectriQ Bitters a reasonable time Otfar anteed by C J JJiydon drug I gist PricttQc i Hidingin the Hills Deputy Sheriff Davauppft spent three days tile past week in the Kirkwood vicinity scour ing the lylls for AbeL tc who is wanted on the grave chargeof rape His victitfl is Mrs S N Camber wife of a wollkfiown farmer of that neigh bOll100d Lakes wife who wasa s stero Mrs Chambers died two months ago and her last request to her mother and sisttrfe was that they keep her husbands house in order and do his sewing Jhev have faithfully carried out the request Last Friday Mrs Chambers drove over tojtime homo ofGoodlett her hersisters1requested home she bare a bundle of clothes at the Luke home When she got totbe game be came out and got time bundje and asked MrS Chambers to go in and make up his bed and find fiqina towels tlmt bud been put awny after his wife died While sh s was in the house Lake assaulted her Report has it that the oflloor goi iutg1itof his man once but he took to the brush and escaped It iis saidHhat Lake has gone to Kansas Herald u RESULTS INftU11R JimHendren Dies From the Effects of Oscar Aii berrys BlowI Lastweek we gave an account taken from the Courier Journal of the fatal assault with a hatchett on Jim Hendren by Qscar Aubecry familiary known as Oscar Avery Time affair occurred in Louisville on Sunday June 24 and Heniren livea until Thursday at i oclock vyhen be died at the city hospital without gaining consciousness Time re mains were brought to this place Friday and the funeral took ftistOwing io the fact that bdth the victiip and his slayer were residents of this county until a feUr months ago a good dnal of interest is manifested here in the tragedy Jim Hendronwas adopted son of Mr and Mrs S 0 Hendren and was reared by them in Springfield He was known as a ather wild andI reckless boy and or the pasty ar or so had been living an Lmimse3fHeyears of age oJcar II Auberry is a man of about 37 years of age andhas wife and several children tie was roared in time Smith neigh borhpod and had been an indus trious farmer He begindmir1k lug heavily a yearorso ago and propertytwhote he went tp work jnn tan ird Alex Wobb and PickCanter rro lt ly of this place and orcI nipllnjedI J Ills week and from Weblf ac count ftb0 killing Mia case looks ugly for Aubkrry Webb L l says that Auberrywlio tilbeenb drinking had for soverdl hnd drfflculty with Ycelisl was1bonrthngat house adjoined that of Auberry On Sunday morning Auberry appeared at his backyard fence and called to Heodren Hendren was warned not to doouttis Auberry looked dangerous but he went to theence when Au harry produced a hatchfelt and struck Ilendron a murderous blow over the head inflicting a fatal wOund Webb then tooka lmnnclmncI knocked Auberry dpw n With a board v lttsritltt Lost Strayedor Stolen Ond dark roan hosq alout hands hi h Send information r toJ Brothers Antioch Ky OnersofDogs The dog law which parsed both branches of tthe last legisla ture and became effective all r i Dry Etc We willoffer of Mens and Boys at less than Cost All Goods cok some than cost Carpets Wall Rugs Mattings c at cost half price ajShoes at cost Odds and half price over Kentucky oh1 June iT1s quite comprehensive The fpj lowing are sonic of its provisions Every dog four months old shall be taxed Every person who keeps or harbors d log on his place or allows itto be done shull be considered the owner ITher assessor shall note the kind color size age and sex in the assessors book The tax on clogs shall be kept as a separate furd and be used to payfor sheep killed by dogs ElaborXte provisions are made for providing the loss of sheep aijd all claims f6rdamages shall De acted on by the Fiscal court The owner of tIme dog shall be liable for damages done by his log but if a person Uji bitten upon the premises of thejowner at night no damages shall be allowed v All dogs listed for tdxation shall be regarded as p opl rty and the owner may recover for all damages done to his dbg The dog tax will not baJcollec tlble jntil next year E refy person who owns or liarbors a dog and fails to list withiAiel assessor shall ije fined 10 fbr each dog and if lIe fails or refuses to pay the tax 11e shall lined not loss nan 25 for ach offense t j outIelsewhere and the ame ma pois n any dog shall hje fineO from r to 25orjnu in jail for six monthor both at the dist cretion oflthe jnry and shall be liable for damages to time owner ofthe dog Th axis 1 00 on each and everydDg Ir rsr A TracicFijislic V A watchmans neglect permitted aleakin the great North Sea dy kewluch a childs finger could have stopped to become a ruinous break ao en tiro prbyinee of doHand jln like manner Kenneth Mclverof Arancebdro Mo per iltef1 a ljtJ iuntJlaIDr Kings New Discovery He writes Three doctors give me 9 up to diepf lung irjlammiJtion caused by a neglected coltl but Dr Kingls New Discoverj saved my H fQtI jGuaranteed bet cougIand 1d cure at 6 J Haydon drug store 50s and lOO Trial bottle free V L 1UDf wejknbwAnd We scent the lieltlpf newlmown IiAswe Old Sol looks dowriwituJi learn Jug uves To watch the gredu corntarbwing wuIOr in Irs boat he is gently row inK tTime farmer bbY is blessed indeed He may Ilive a life of sweletlljleon teatiueiit Yet IEsimiStCiC may grow And live n life of just resentment Despite time fact that we have 4rSUBSCRIllON I t 100 A 8 v I f t had so much rain most of the farmers have completed whea cutting havinsr taken advrintaga nghiyl Mr LevBown1vifeadhani some S11 visited airs Browns grandparents Mi mid Mrs Shehan Wednesday Miss JRoxy VVakeHeld has re turned from a visit relativesatBloomfield Mr Bert Coleman of Grepn yule Gaand Miss Russell Mil leI of Harrodsburg were the peasant guess of Deila Virgin and brother last Wednesday ancV Thursday Mr Coemaii was one of time nnny exKentucki ns cominginparents at Danville leis now head book keeper for a firm the south inI A number torn here attended Bounty court Monday having the excellent excuse that it wa rrtining and they cbud not work We hop they will take as much interest in town when tlit fiery monster is driven out anti local option reigns supreme Albert Srehan was inlown on business Monday One span of the bridge across vhe riyer hei e has been complet edand the others are well underway It 1rN s ems that yhat daydrerni and truiy are tj have a bridge so that those anxious B omtield mothers way have no fear as to he sattby of their dar ibg sons who have braved ihe angry waters a numbtr ot times for tIme ake of pfeingsome bejles rfbur littld town fM ster AlI n Boblitof Spririj ed his been the guts of ilscjus n Master Dixie Barlow the pijt week Dtaiid Mrif Hqnter Peake Ddt otaugh ers of Lon tville ylrsIii Mr Len Hardefcty has a num belt fLew records for his graph ophone4and cordtalv invites him friends in to hiear them Your liuinble corresponaetit will b9cin teaching atpLebanon Monday consequently will have to give up hr correspondency at this place to some one else l1egrpfromtop much of the TewsLeadjSr to remain silent long Twenty 1ceai 1 was a loser iinta twenty year bittle with chronic piles tind ma lignant sores until I tried Buck leos Arnica hich turn el the tide by cu ing toth till not a trace remains writes A M Bruce of Parmvji letVa Best Jor ojd ucers cuts burns aLd Jipunds 25c at O J Hay dor druggist I Lost from my place about- a mile from Litsey on 0rab9utI the loth two i year old steels marked with an under bit n th left ear Any intqrmAtion leading to the recovery f these cat tie will be rewarded Jqbn Grigby 8t RPDNdi SprJnolierdKy Doe evllsttll yonr vholillfe fal11 Dos woe betlefc V J rour thouglits abide on sujeidef You need a pill Now for prose and facts DeWittE Little lKarly Lfscrs afe the most pleat todayThey J u F fACTS IN FEW LINES Eggs sold in Denmark by the score more commonly than by tha dozen t jYllol1tLJi11 JtopOrJLadrink 1 tThe Irish linen industry Is booming largelyi United States t- At Wellington a little t05m otTOOO A inhabitants in the west of England ovor 5COO trauins had jjd be accoiagio dated last year A motllOfl has becn dtscoverctLln England for treating sewage by elec trlclty which will revolutionize sewage treatment arid greatly reduce the costtnnbient Romans ate ousters as 1 IThe urse at banquets becaifse of f Iittteos condiments Sarah Grand says that for the most part Amejican vojaen are more Intelll gent more thorough better informed jlarger minded and more agreeable to meet then their English sisters A candidate for parliament at tie re cent election In Great Britain tins filed c a petition IC bankruptcy owing S100r 140 and having assets estimated of the value of j3405 He was an enthusi jastlc fiscall reformer The well known German animal deal er JamraCh lids an agent in Slam hantiIng for the big deer known as Cervus SchomburkI No specimen of this dent IJ zen of high ranges in Siam has ever been taken to Europe alive Jthati wh1tdtbe14 facturers think they should buy 3e effort to force upon thorn goods mann j factored for export and probably nn salable at home wlllavail Auburn Me teamsters are going to buy mules to take the place of their horses The reasons glven for tills I change are that mules are afraid of J nothing can perform more work and j the cost of malnfenance loss than I onehalf of what it costs to keep 3 horses 1 William Alexander of iflIeil his death a lake was named after him The other lay his skeletont fdunit near the lake with the skuii4lhlstd- og lying on his breasthoneTh li1 dIed togcther Innbllzzurdi v tj TIme Victoria cross was instItidflf lyslx years ago Since then o ly52b 4 peivotts have recdlyedl It 517 thcmi soldiers or sailors and three or them Y mll1fInrIJ face of the enemy the gallant dqed which woo them the cross Snantoq Vtas tile first placei where tiles were made In the United J States pp to abljkit ISIS the only tiles uscdiworc from Italy Iiijjhafyear f 6 Joseph Blake of Sfvunton placed Jl1 order wi 1nNew York firm for 2000 t tiles which were used on the floor of the Freemasons hall In New YorkJ j ilssuedt ij small extent hpwever by the payment uccuma1latinsinking fundi the debt on Jan 1wa3J 47 575OOQ agalnsf 370000000 two years before and 4279000000 on Jan 1 Ilfl01 4 The BrItish government stands to Iloso Its naval res rvei unless It changes retcent regulations which require ttverityttl eight consecutive days service at sea on a battleship each year As most of UieTnen are engaged In liners jjnd other J seagoing tesselsthlsglvestlemthetchoice of leavlagthe reserve 9r their shins willit Ama It That rm the center of gravity Im sure youll avow v Invaluable being first In every victory all will allow 4 capital position In Vienna I hold jJAlways 11 voice though ever out of tUM laInvisiblet seen t Oh happily there are threjnjov0 wits me I we n Although rye three aBSlc1atel In vice Irsadtosay i It Is vainly you ocqk me for lot mo tell Vou pray That since Ive been In he Ten a long time haS gone by 4 V nd cmbalnrdd In tho craye even n9rrqi rdo lieWAwirTiilerVi t ro + 7 r at = u C r t CHANGE I OFi FIRM Io SALEI 11- J LThe present firm must reduce its Stock by August 1st 1 3 1 25000 worth of Clean and up=to=date Merchandise offeredrr J P r At tfC i 7T COST FOR C7SH ONL t l Iff THIS S7LB TO CONTINUE TO AUGUST IST 1iq i M 1 Joe S Claybrooke having bought the interest cf Mr Chas 0 Robert on the present firm has agreed to reduce fh stock srqCQ as posby the above date when the new jirm will take possession This is a rare opportunity to buy newand seasonable goods at ridiculously loW pnces1 Wepdoso to make this the biggest sale of the kind ever held In this country Don t delay but come at once and get pick and choice + 1 S Goods Clothing lot Suits Manufacturers Dry less Paper Remnants ends devastating YEARI atiltl Stive Strayed Montrose k 70 White Goods Laces Embroideries 0 v All White Goods Laces and Embroideries at cost Remnants of same half price MIiIcI t Ladies Furnishing all at cost We have selected lot of odds and end remnants from each M partment and will sell most of them at half prjcs and some of them less than half 1rL Remember every sale must befor CaSh j f r i Jt c 111 ROBERTSON BROS4IT J v u J t j THE NEWSLEADEROlL- rtKBD JCVJUtT THUMDAT a1 A YEAS IN ADVANCE 5PHINGFJELD KY EL DAVISON Jr Loal or bvmLmi notices 10 cents pei- chppequntln8 zUov Olls oncandidstes and political matte per lint Job work Is doe at low rates bat cash H b lf U itelITf33 d rn ArTcrtlslBgt contracts made on ub t9HtObUaaries and resolutions of ra11II 1pet line I AW4ODXIZNT5 ccMBty aiajfistraU f 25 O strict Offices i KO i =r THURSDAY JULY 5 1906 W are authorized to announce Robert Noe as candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the actio n of the Demo cratic party Kentucky loses one of its brightest young statesmen in the death of Hon R W Miller- which occurred suddenly last Friday ab Richmond Mr Miller had a number ff iends and ad- jnirers in Springfield and his speech on Kentucky delivered at the Masonic banquet at ths place during the last Christmas holidays is pleasantly remem bercd ass fine piece of oratory BQcrsaid Ho Tou1 Not Live Peter Fry of Woydrnff Pawrites After doctoring for two years with the test physicians in WBynesbiirg and still getting worse the doctors r dvised me if I lad any business to BUena to I hadd better attend to it at once as I cool uot possibly live an other mo nth as there was no cure for me FoleysKidney Cure was recoro mended to me by a friend and I hr- iceiiately sent my non to the store for it and after taking three bottles of it I began to gct better and con tinaee to improve until I was entirely r well Sold by Red Cross Drug Store- J j T5oxas JtD Peterson and wife and I their little neice Golden Peters on visited relatives in Ne son Sunday Rev JW Campbell and fami ly visited his daughter MrsI Minor Kansdall hear Harrods bftrg last week H H Kimbelin and wife who pave been living at Somerset Ky i were called home on ac countof the illness of his brother E N Kimberlin Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke Sof Louisville areyisitinif the formers parents J R Clay brooke and wire B N Kimberlinwho has been very low of typhoid ftver is though tobe a little better Mr J fcewie Barman returned I tobis home at Bowling Grten Tuesday 3Mr C F Cocanougher and little aaughter visited the for- merst parents Mn and Mrs Wm Yunkey at Stewart Ky Monday- oJlin Kimberlin came from Lebanon Junction t9see his brother Jjr Ore of Mr and Mrs WillI L 1 Rnwe s little girls fell from a f l r i1 S4 4 I Your Hair Sick Thats too bad We had no ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of latebut naturally did not like to speak of it By the way Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair grower a per fect hair tonic The hair stops coming put grows fqster soft andsn ooth Ayers IIkeeps Vjgor cures sick hair Ji strong and ihealthy- The belt klndof a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Xa40 brT Arer Co Lowell s- Alao m nuf oturora of yers hammock breaking her collar bone So far she is doing nicely It ts alwas well to bava box of salve in the house Sunburtf JUt bruises plIes and boils yield to DeVtts Witch Hazel SalVe You should keep a box oo band at all times to provide for emergencies For years the standard but followed by many imitators Be sure you get the ffennine DeWitts Witch Aazel Salve Alt druggists Valley lull Miss Julia Goatl YJs visiting Fen Janes and wijfe near town this week i HIM Grfundy of your town visited his parents hk parents here the frstof tim week Mr D B Guthrie and Mr- S J Guthrie ho visited rla lives at this pi ce Jast wek have teturned to their home near Gravel Switch r Eddie Pinkston i visited rela tives in Nelson county Saturday and Sunday It Jjhnnie Kays of near Polin visited trs sister lMrs Burgess Pinkstod of this place Monday and Tuesday i Sam Scott andii vife of near Wil aburgv visitel relatives in this section Sundaiy Among those on he sick list this week are as follows MrD tn Kelly convalescent Mr V- ip Moran convalescent Mrs nervpusnpssLittleEdith after Undergoini the ordeal of several spasms jJBu Pink ston general debility Those who have been attacked by the mumps hae recovered and no other casesJare anticipated Owing to the recent wet weather and lack of work the crops in thissectipn are in ppme instances a perfect mass of petforthe suns rays This however doesnt skrt the average farmer Uno included as fCcalls for more work Your correspondent tad the honor of a pleasutelru e Sunday afternoon which reealed Urn simple fact that thb overseers of oac roads are sadly negoctTng tine bridges hdes what thoy ate doing for the road In oncl instince my horse fpll through aj small bridget miraculously escaping injury another time on one Of the main bridges of the pad there were five planks broken and only by careful madingheanother bridge which was comI uhtely delapidated was missedii b 1 the horse pnlj by acth ts it made one desperate leap tyI cleared the opeijing and it isnt funny to have aliorse j jmp sPme Wool Dress Goods f Black and Colored Panamas and Mohairs f Black and Colored Mehose I ft Blackind Colored Serges Black and Colored f 9 Creams and Evening Shades in I aSetgesndHehriettas sS full1Sf 5e aiestoctei in Mens Boys and Glildrens I enr r eight or ten feet with A buggy anti almost render you senseless if do not wisu anyone to take my 10lds us true yet 1 can make good any and every assertion made intbis column and will cheerfully show anyone these bridges to convince them that they are public nuisances TryrKodol for dyspepsia arter you meals See the effeot it will producer on yoifr general lecling hy our food and helping your stomach to get itself into shape Many stom achs aae overworked 19 the point wii9re they refuse to g further Kc dold8gests our foodand gives your stoma h the rest it needs white its reconstructive properties get the sjomach batik n working order dol rolieAea tlatuletioe sour stoniachr palpitation of th herrt belphit etc All druggists I IThornI1i1l Mr Dick Litsey of Texas and Mr Parker Montgomery ofI Missouri visited the family of G 0ViMiss Della Logsdon his re turned home aster a pevsant visit to her aunt Mrs Nellie Lofsdqn Mrs H S Litsey has returned home from Texas where she has been visiting relatives for the past six months Miss Lula Wbeatly has begun hc herJsuccess Miss Adray Canary span the day with Mises Hallie and Della LogsdonFridayMr Tom Hundley visited H S Ii tsey and family SundaySJoe Hardin and family have returned from Louisville to visit their old home place duriug tbe summer months Mr and Mrs Abe Canary visited John Hiatt and family FridaySMr Austin Clark has a very bad case of sulallppv Alias Sue Feowick and sisters Margie and Naomi were1 the guests of Miss Nellie JIaydon last week Wallace AdanjS was iour midst Sunday MIs Bud Roger who is very low with consumption has been moved to town Mrs Will Morrow of Louis yule is spending the summer months with Mi Ben Haydon Miss Annie Hardin was the guest of Miss Adray Canary Saturday and Sunday f Miss Lois Johns on and sisters Elizabeth and Nancy were the guests of Miss Annie Hardin last week FOUGETMENOT 5 THE rEXAS VONDER Cures all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles acid by all druggists or two months treatment by mail for St Dr E W Hall 2920 Olive street t s Louis Send for tstimonials 60 YEARSV EXPERIENCE Hm MIKTS TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS p Anyone sendlntf a sketch end description may quickly ae ertnui onr x pinloii freo whether an IfiTeiitVin prtihntdy ruteiitnhlo Comrminlftn HondKfrtcHyeoruidoiitlul on Iateuta aecurlnll1alcmaI ritanIcir t a rj UNSCo3C1Broad3 New dOrk hrancti Office r5 SU WaibIo ton D a I SIJPPOFITscorrs I bridge to carry tha weakened and starved system along until lft can find firm support In ordinary food lf Send for free sample SCOTT 8 BOWNE Cherokta 409415 Pearl Street New York mj soc and fuoo all drass5s Sale Jas RMontgomery Plffs vs pftrBy virtue of at Judrmeiit lend order of sale of the WashinftOtt Circuitt Court rendered at the May term thereof 1905 in the nbote style cause J shall proceed to offer for sale at the I Court House door in prhijfcerd Ky ION MONDAY JULY 23 1100 r beingI0 and 12 months the following de scribed property towjt or suilrcient thereof to produce the Sums of money bO ordered to be made rJA certain tract of laud situated in Washington county Ky on the St bounIdedthe center of said pike at in Mrs J IL Blanfords lint thence with center of said pike S 85 E 217 poles to a stob in said pike 2 corner to Mrs Blanford thence S 21 W 29 poles to a stone on the side of branch cor polesltoN 2J E 30 poles to a stob in center of pike cor 5 to4 same thence with centerof pjke as it meanders N8tJ E 18 poles N 244 E 2i poles N 10J 11 ni poles to a StOl iii center of said pike corner 8 toMathewShannahaq thence N 9J W 991 poles to grave yard corner 9 to Shanaljan thence N 871 W 15 poles to a Walnut stump lO to grave yard thence N U E IGi poles to a stone corner 11 to sum c thcnceSoJ 138 poles to intersection of fences corner 12 to same And Mrs Scannell thence N H ET34 poles to intersection of fences Corner 13 to Mrs Scannell and Oslournc thence N 75 12 W 84 poles to intersection of fences cor 14 to Osbourne and Mr Borders thence S 85 W 91 12 poles to a stob in big branch corner to tol to Borders and Shanahan thence S 13J W JSi poles to a st iecOrner 11 to Shahahan thence S 51f W 474 poles to a stob near the gafoQorner 1i to Shanahan thence S 73 34 lE 38 poles to a stone corner flfi to same yienco S 12 W 1512 poiQs tQ a stob in center of pike corner UO to same and Mrs Murphy thenre with the center of pike as it anders S tS 12 B2r poles N 65 E 14 poles N 7I liE 8 iKlesl to a stob in center of same cor 123rj to R P Blanford thenceff 15 12 E 543 poles to a stone cor 24 to said lilanford thence S 88 12 IE 083 poles to a stone corn r 2ft to same thence S 212V 009 poles to a stob in the center of pike corner 26 to same thence with the center Of said pike as it meanders S 71 12 E 10 ipoles S 83 12 E 5012 poles to the beginning containing 283 acres 2 roods and 22 square poles J R MohtgorncryS debt and interest 38fri7S Harriett Mont s homestead 10000- 6Etiulatedcots 7500 Total to be raised 1WW7S For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from late of sale until lpaid and having the force and effect of Judgment Bidders will be required to comply lprolHvtlr with these terras M1 It LlifVGirMAX Mr CAVCC Commissioners Sale Sifa4 Armstrong et al PHftf vs Butler Armstrong et nl Pfts By virtue of a Ttidffmcjit timl order of sale of the WflsKiwftwi Circuit ourt rendered at tftePebrtfary t rm- lltiJl in the above styled cauae I shall proceed to offer fir sate at the our1 House door in Sprinirflfld Kj ON MONDAY jrLVSJ 100B at2 oclock pm twr thereabout being rbuntv court day to the highest and lipit bidder at HibUc auction upon a credit ofr and 12 mont1the following described lproj erty towit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being Washington coiinty j We are a great variety of Lace Curtains and will receive in a few days 105 pairs Bonne Foinme an J Irish that wa will offer for one third less than ibcif actual value In this Idt we will offer I j V8QQ values foif 4OD 500 values for 850 I 4i50 values ior 300 ij 4 850 alues for 250 xr 1JOO values for 2CO VV 200 values for 1125 r 160 values for 100 re in need of Curtains dont fail to see i1l lot them far below the it actual value ron UI witer of Lttle Bee ftI and bounded as foliuv BegSnnnfj1 t tte muth of Berry Branch on the Little Beech Fork at a sugar trte toner to John HardeSty thence up Little Beech 83 poles to a small elm tree on the banks of same thence S 32 E poles to a stone on the banks of same thence up same 93 poles to GrlgsbYlfd I corner to said Grigshj and William Cheser thence with the line of iam Chesserto Branch down said branch as it meander- the beginning containing 50 acres more or leas No2 Beginning at a stal ITract banks of said Little Bee to Curtsinger then with the division line of said Cum singer N 41 12 W 80 poles to a sta or stoneon the banks of said Be Fork thence down and with t lie meanders of same tiTh poles to a stal thence S 31 f2 12I 40 poles to a stal on banks ofsata fork thence down and with the meaijders of said fork to the beginning containing 22 acres 2 roods and 35 pofes making the whole SLISamebeingi For the purchase price the HlrI chaser or with approved security or sureties must execute t bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ufa Judgment IBidders will be required to comply promptly with these tern JL 1 LEACHMAN Mr C W C C fr BIT OF IJont leek your door flab Im coming Into brush my hair and have a chat Rub notWtd yawiiiHl and went Into lieu roam There nw I ve hardly had a nt iM of ynJ Im lead bent fairly dotul IJB t Dout mention 0 word dlnor foi A webJcT nioftflw montJis It has been n II though look siaheeVoutl saul nabiWhat a horrid expression Bib lifted the handglass lying on licr ki Jiml amiUnlxcd her own fiue clowly Now I i3k as fresh as I didl when lie ewrtug eomilieneed Thank hen v I tfcmtbb either my physical or bodily CeeJlHpf in my lice Youll tftr out before ytmv time sallie thank you BilK I think lll wes Ir as well as mOAt people But porlmps if you lbad hiid my your alKwliKn and time weight of it colviug and looking after the comfo- over 900 guest instead of mooning about time with Major Ilnrdy 3o4l would have looked washed S Hath lau heil laxlly anti nestled lie r pretty fcrtcIi l more cozily ainon the silicon cushion You pay the iixuialty Sal of beins ItoetcK aiMl hetroes Now an insl nificant penwn like myself hos nothing to worry xbmit Xes nolwdles have at vantages actor nil You dont consider yourself a no bodyao you neednt sitS It Bali And Major lianiy doesnt think you are nobody eIther tDkl IM tell you so now coude Htpadlnj Dont be rkllcnloug Havent I oars and C1NOf Speak hif of ears did you notice the arrijtgg I idy Martin Wits wearing Bab Im not going to let you chaugeg the subject in that mean way Coral down to her shoulders 1 fbi er aaw audi abominable looking tthings I wowl wt give a tig for your country folk SalHer- Wo vamloring away from Major HarUy JEwir JON Major Hardy me It I awl not mtataen the very first words you BaJil to mo ttill morning wore Maor Handy la COwing toii1l- iLIt i get uastyy Upl You know that ssr 0111 thought woI thOHglit you aakloooe ilottt glare at ipe1 tliougiit youlted bins I Ifte a trh e bmp of idea1 lit Isl a mileudhi inutdi Bub toviagf girls wwuW give an tliittg I javc your Vhrfnte jrnit Why not lUke Ww jowiwif V iutu a ixuwtou I apoio Iz fait tottuulnstiit 11t wimi odd be a gowl match toe me woukl be moft im uiul le for a pMt Iwirets- Vnii aro dq bittw Vjl r ttttSt i it i44 H5 r f SPECIAL SALE OF SUMMER GOODSi a L i j Andd Carpets Wall Paper and Lace Clltanss p o6e t ae1Ciare prepared to show t largest assortment of Printed Wash Fabrics we ishown consisting of Batiste J Organdies Dotted nimitjFSUk Tissues I X 2 cerized Checks etc L 5 PrunellasfBatistIJWluam CothingS andOftfretoekS r Kentucky Commissioners Lace Curtains still showing Nottinglntms Punt Curtains rI Berry WiU1 purchasers GOSSIP tonight IOh iesponslbiHtles conservatory MItS WhatI rouuedHt1tb ii ii ii C af We the and have ever Swiss Fine Her tf rI Carpets For tnc nextl 3fldays wo viI make spccin prices cfir grades of Qarpots ill Axininisters Velvets Brusspllsi Ingrains Sultanas and llcmpLinco lleumsj Maftirgs and Oil Glolhs WallPaper JtljfLWe will also otTer for the nextt thirty days our tire stock of Wall Paperi ai onethird less than regular prices A 25cpaporl8c 20opspor 15c loc paper 0wj 12cpipar8el- Oc paper 7c 7jc paI erGc Border and Ceilinge to rcateh any tan ccoJ DuncanCUititt ii f1ifi j O a ilf You Want I A Anything m I Deaf Etate 1I 1chJ rtllct k IIet b J IiTtrauoe- te I l Gall on IJ lj BDILAKE C LCv rCrcCLC KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS KngsNW PriceFOB100 IJ0LDS Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOUB SLES or MONEY BACK- uiy poiuonri saui aiie plaintively I never md you could You danced half a jtlozeu times with him With whom Ph you know Jfujor Hurdy Itwtdl aitsny something 4liO mlc1lllmttylIcwuJ quIte gill rulotw for him lie hiil quite an argu meat with your njtiMr about somo n9nstioaLty of ttfhFather gwaS quitet in lIe cold I assure you how stupid of fattier I will scold IIllic okl darling for his lJUutluCW You must do nothing of the kind Ills state oC perfect urouitymuat be left undisturbed Door iold father He did look happy tonight lie was so plowed with mo- a When I was talking to you once saw JIm watching mix with such proud aeyes r f1 dont thinka jpTrlcvoihad il more devoted father ITis bdmd up in mo and I would die jvithout his love LOtS Oftslrls Uk that tillUieir fathers marry npilBi 4 Brutes We swttted tontr ago that men wcr brute didnt we tleurr But my fstl r lin a noble ox CltionAr And Major Hardy 1011 of counsel Two exoiptlpuS then What a bright lookout for womankind Dout sneer lirtb dont remember my father said Bob tbeujplitfiijly HI believe he went ten home raring rfml occatjionally ill used my Hiohcr Pity bur It you lliltoi Sal but dont wste your pity qifttub1I am perfectly contmtml and jutnow very comfortably sleepy SiccHiy Oh then I had better say IfOoihtlJbtr oDo dent Bab yawntd drowsily 0Dout exix t tojaot me tn very early hour Golaji Well ffood night Walt rn tataitt SitUle Ifajor Hardy OlidiirUug then t did Proposed to me In 6nscrvatory tonight Hut I was compelled to ref use Iin I c 9ts LnIttladf already yromisod to inaury your father Wlfitf do ousayI Ohj- joodI nigittI t IlrfietrliiR Youthful Jor Jlxloy say he enjoys nstcbIug n itme of basihI ijasr jut as uiiicli a to dW whentle wat a boy Yes devon acfMnev f vTlgleys Vh fs thatr iy Uo tvffs carries Into tit fri Kfitid l9C9 of board ultli kt hoe In itiud lift pepps at ths is tbrutish tthatf rLiladelpJiK rl4S HiMitor Prttu of Alabama Ws rJa I Jhfbarli tilt tttteon a campaign iyur He Is elTbtytl yours old autj- eyeiight b nIA or good 83 it OK VaIfe rcasrb a orosnroad ttJl jouvl uot make out time Hlgnboan- lTiui yoj tell nte TfrfnU that sign saysrf byUel swircil 1ai like yourselfh haOl wnNItyouintr Time solicitude filidvrn by King Victor EcmiaiiiieKin for isis tnlJscts during rtvei t terrIble eruptions of Vesil yitmi was not of a temporary kind V1eievpr there serious trouble ItLiyithet kin aiwnys Intakes hliiiseJ to the scene oCttlie cutnstrouhc antil j does vrhutcvur lie caii to relieve suffci Ing I1lgl method of quick response o PUtt sputiment inere than any oth r Itiming lus made Victor one of the mOt 5a attz ilOmff nnldclIkttlikkthrrouOd MImlout They 8119I1L ho fecI In tIeo ciPonltrrluAceu110thrccpnlrs Itfully up and In vent ami tIe eirnr tomllkteethCVavltIzjupetringslCultlvatortic iItSell tiio qciqiiiKM ceAscaprofitalmie fet1uiinf uItslood brood mores or growing eoltBir i dIIt 41 Itililliili miti i il iihlijj iliWJ l1iiliWitii H FOR fi tr r si i P OAY = wr P r p We will offer a special f t Ii IiI i I I We will also offer Special Prices tII on all Goods to c I Customers CashII ft I GRUNDY S fflcITIEE s I= OiJ f f4lS issued which down inwva fliesfjump though clock chasm have clock crude1the ofJtoday Accurate Clocks and Elegant Jewelry what j tock reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry To 19 IzQney buy fromme iti It1JrJ saI OO e r ErlP t lI Im How Iss Your Bloodd m Its Good if YQU Have TakenS IPerfection Sarsaparijla ttThat Sure m t k anyoncwho has taken it and they wiil ten yn i that it makes them feel like new Puts life into Y011tW strong e100 per bottle Jq m fl C J HAYDON Wn Jq a CornerfAa Drug 1 f EE ET f I t tWBHAVB44 TO INVEST is J FOR iS75OQOO TO S1OQO6QO iti gooH or Steam Railway Manufacturing t 1I fin pivTrust Company y e WE BUY AJS D SELL afl1Sell entire Issues municipal and corportioi be cdCsunfl are prepared id furnish for any merito h lious propesition Have money loba on anyA YO proposition 5 J W GIL 10RECO 5 KELTLJ3J5 DUIIDING KY i tiAyers Pills Ayeis PIUi PiHsAyers Pills Keep ttyiii Ayer 1 thiS Over The best JIXtive DYEaa4aa aia ef iQl t league has peon rormcd there for inc porposo t rostralnittg extra vagauco In yom ns dress have nu Elizabethan tlng- bout then In aC50 the principal of London were become so ci- ravagnut In their dress that it was ought necessary to restrain the mo and result was a predawn lion by her majesty against x of apparel gold chains anti oeit the latter ojf Avero mn ooluwr thnt they reached to the eeltOaa time G C Clwnens the well tOii ropaks KtfU r hail tlloo- tp quiT dad of a lawsuit tic Vaa ye- rtlng to all tug technicalities could flO to help hIs citeiit Tlually tIm- ige after much endurance said I Il overrule all tlie praliininary ons in this ease and proceed tto try its meritsUIf tthat Is the pro dure yorr 1 hlorJrttaniUed Clem s I will end the uiattir by O- lssifljudginent X trial oh the mer df case is something my clIent t ldntt want e I Time Is anoltl adage Its a big from the time of the first to now Bridge the and what you The first one almost chronometer is you find theyear round at mj jewelry store My new l I stock t James Graves I is ttmnltesyoufeel Pr StoreS CLIENTS Electric 1 propositions Buy of capital to NOl Jv JsQTJITfifjTJp andovcrqall S5fr the mo qn the t Mack NteH 1iIehre Horace Fogel says that Manage ff Connie Mack of time Pbiladelpkiit AmeciN j cans seems to be able to get about atay thing he wants lit thcllae of players except catchers lie fcasfieea olth lookout for several yearu for a t1lrlthat can outhit his present trio tat r somehow lie cannot discover flcItwas the general Jmprcssio tkat r Schreck hit abput as well as most trcatcher and moreover that bl jilts were generally very timely The elf trflculty in finding good backstops Is Me fconfined to Mack ColllM of BWOH iltsUllstall08Jnt frkeClcltlf jTJ4revernlZJruhot sold to St I niis ttcktr luli Donicr trailed to Dostos ftlr FmMTH Pitcher Harper traded C fcNNievieih Tiirii Baseman Ix Jert NIpMx rreon for Out FJeMNir VijtslitJ iewYork and FlflRtJNapMMi OMT Ii i d tfa early r freo v DRJIBURTON DErcTDENTIsT4- J TEETH EXTRACTED if WITHOUT PAIN J H ammWHS Block up stalra SPRINGFIELD KY 4 All pentad Work Strictly Firstclassj e Dr JH L AMPTQN DR J C MUDD LAMPTON MUDD JiJ Pljslclm and Surgeons Offices over Haydons Drugstore W FGR1GSBY ATToNEYATLAW Oc over 1coples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY J B RoBABDS M W HYATT 1 RoBARDS HYATT PijsMtns and Surgeons Office over McElroy Shullz DR J H HOPPER 1pHYSJCIAM and SURGEON I PHONES Office Over r Office 97 Hagans Grocery- Real4Ence 71I JOnN y MAYES UNEBAi viIIECTOR AD UCEkSEO EMIIkIMR t t TELEPHONE DAY19NIGHT74f KYt t Ralroad Schedule Following the time schedule now in effect on the BxrdstowD and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at st 410 pm Bardstown Junctioi 502 pm Bardstown 552 pni 4 arrives at Springfield 645 p w J No 42 Leaves Springfield at t 5BOim Bardstown 617 am e Bara own Junction 705 am amvesat Louisyi lie 755 amcNo 43rLeaves Louisville atfi730 am Bardstown Junction 1 fl30 am Bardstpwn 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm 4 No44 Leaves Springfield a 120pm Bard town2BO pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm- s i No 90 Sundays only Leaves tcSprinflthld at7lj am Bards towniS am Bardstown Junction l j 845 am arrives at Louisville 9B5mNo Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bard town Junction 650 pm Bardstown f 758 pm artheSpringfle1d- 825am j t IJpdsS CCarriage to Repair Shop Alf kinds wood wo4and up bolstering done Gram ladles on band for sale T L I have for sale noW on new hand made buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second hand spring wagon I will work cheaply for the j money AIL work strictly cash TffH BOND- Springfield Ky 5L FRESH BREAD j r ROLLS AND CAKES j BakedDaily Always good always fresh We flhaye a Bal rwha is an ar tist at leaking good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c Her iens Confectionery4 t NOW OPEN tv 4j j We desire to notify the public i thittthe faa iNew Singh 1d Hotel v t 4ijow open and ready for businessi RTesare thoroughly jtccbmm6dation df the travelling fpublic and for regular boarders j Bbard can be furnished on the Euro I iiji short ordea- ineals pean plan Lunches and I 5Ji rC MRICE Manager r t Insurance insure in the Farmers Home lnsuraucebompany of Junction City Kythe only company in tgeStat thatmakes any claim Plinliti losses in fulL lyr iWJ ytakea dozen things to cure t atcof111 Kennedy Laxative Hof yand Tar alays the congeatiott atop tbt ticklingl drives the cold out through Jour bowel Sold by all druggt1t i- r11f TOWN wSiK ww wwl Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest it AH About Yourself i Friends i and Acquaintances nftnnnnnhnnnnnnftnnnnnnnflII Twentyfour pounds sugar fbi 1 at Campbells Sulphur and copperas at 5c a pound at Campbells IOnSiusea Our 17c coffee at Campbells j Call and see our r ice 4 rock ing chairs nOw for 8 at Camp bells Hl J We keep all 1diTd wire milil also lioresboe and nails at Oampbeirs Iir Get prices on O saddles and wagon harness if j pu ieed either at Campbells j Eight bars Sunny jjlonday soap for 25c a good naptha soap at Campbelrs J Price reduced on all glass arid and queensware for oO days at tampbells I The seventeen months old child of Mr Jqhri Kinder died yesterday at 1 oclock For the next 30 days we will give some special pnces 6n furniture at Carnpbel1s Every tiling you eat or use in tae kitchen far Iless at Campbells than anywhere else We still pay cash for yeur eggs und chickens not in Jhe trust i Campbell There ill beanjlce Cream Social at Va1hyliI1I on the evening of July isth Every body invited i jv DIED Mary jSarji Hamilton aged 14 months daughlmr of Mr and Mrs LoUisi Hamilton died of llux on last Fri1wyad was buried at St Rose L D Baker bought of Win- hester Phillips it Lebanon a n roadster gelding for 4rO Mr Baker expects to enter the horse in the roadste i rings at the fairs this fall Mis Ernest Mbbemv died at her boms Tuesday night of con umpti n She was a daughter of Mr Logan McPherson and leaves besides her husband three small children S M Campbell ports county court day at Harrbdsbnrg last Monday as being very dull only five cattle on the market and they were small yearling heifers selling for 14 per head several plug horses ranging in price from 20 to 70 LOST On Monday night in the lobby of the Walton Hotel a pocketbook containing between 8 and 10 and two or three keys Finder will be liberally rewarded by returning same to LviD BAKER n owners o iolt y stallion Sunshine are notified that L Di Baken hjs owner will offer a special Premium pri the second day of tliej fair for the best Sunshine bolt either sex The premium willj consist of a season for 1907 Tfhe ring does not appear in the fair catalggue which is now printed In another column of this issue appears the seaiiannual stat merit of the PeOples DeposIt Bank The statement shows the continued growth which that in slitution has enjoyed for many years past Its net earnings for the past six months exceeded 8 per pent Having paid for the enlarging and remodeling of its Bank Building and being nicely equipped forthc service of its patrons it is in good shape to make greater giqwth in the futare j Li this issue will1 be found the semi annual statement of the- First National Tjtinlr It stioAS1 the bank to be na very pros perous condition and the lastsh months a very profitable one U the stockholders After paying the usual semi annual dividend of four per cent iit has also paid an extra dividend of one pel cen besides laying by enougl to pay the lull years taxes and ah amount to improve thei banking house 4 surplus oJ 25000 and undivided profits ol 4000 together vith the splendid cash resources on hand shov condition the bank tcMbe in a very strong i The Republicans of the county held a convention here Monda and raned delegates to thc Fourth Congressional Distric TOPICS iI 0 Convention tobe hold at Hod eenville July 10 fr the purpose of nominating a Republican can did te for congress to be voted for at the Doming November election and also a Republican candidate for Judge of the Court of Appeals in this the second Appellate District The f lowing delegaes were homed Hon John W Lewi W A Waters W F Trusty W F Neikirk John G Howell C W Oder L W Jenkins T J Miller W L Keeling Rucker Fi eatreau W B Barlow E L Davison Jr Sleet Loyle James Devine JRWharton John Nally and all other Republicans who desire tj go The delegation goes UDin strucied Base Ball The Springfield se ball club has been greatly strengthened by the addition of more goodt players and tIle teamis prepared to meet all comers Thiee games are scheduled for Thursday Frf ayand Saturday of this week with the strong Fet ters of Louii Ville The local tarnplaed two games last week with the Bourne Bond team of Louisville and suffered defeat by a small margin in both games A new grahd stand is to be erected at the High School park and some good games are promised during the balance oft e season The Sick + rll Naylor Kimborlin ofi Texas wlio has bebn ill of ty phoid fever for several weeks is no better and his physicians onside his case almost a hopeless bne Mr Luther A Burns suffered a relapse last Saturday and was in a very critical condition for a time but he has since rallied l and is now improving slowly Miss parlOampbell is slowly improving from her attack of typhoid fever Mrs WKMudd Dead Miss Daisy Shaunty Mudd wife of Mr STIC Mudd died at her home in Fredefickstown on lastFriday evening after a long illness of Brights disease The deceased was a youngnvoman of many lovable traits of character and had many friends She wtis a daughter of the late Dr C H and Mrs Sailie N Shauntyaad had been marriedl about four years Her little baby about one yearof age died only a few days before its mother The funeral services were held at the Fred erickstown Catholic church on Sunday morning and the burial took place at St Rose Notice- Havmgsord my interest in the firm 6f Johnson McCabe to J S McCabe I take Ibis opportu nily of sincerely thanking my friends for their patronage and kind treatmenttp4mQ while con cecttid with the firm and to bespeak for the new firm a con tinuance of same i WILL H JOHNSQN f A sweet b enth adds to the joy of z kiss You vouldntnant to kiss your wife mother or sweetheartwith a pad breath You cant have a sweet breath without a healthy stomach You caut have a healthy stomach without perfect digestion There is Q JIrone remedy That digests wtiat P1ca and makes the breeth as sweet as a rJdcaiJp that remedy is Kodo Jftr Dyspepsia Itt isa relief for sour stamacb palpitation of the hart aob other ailments rrising from dis order of the stomach and digestiou All drutrgtsls f IPERB NAL tMiss Kate Mayes ha returned from Lebanon vfsitong her sister Mrs J R Mahpo and attenditg Chatauqui Dr John Shaunty will leave next week tolocate in Oklahoma Mr Adolphus B Mayes re turned to his home in McKinney Texas Mr N L Curry of Harrods burg is visiting at Mr E S yes Mr W D Claybrcoke atten ded the funeral of Hon R Wl Miller at Richmond Sunday and was oneof the pallbearers Mr Charles Wells and wife spentSunday Bloomfield Mrs J C Gheschier and Miss Lucy Selecman are guests of Mrs E Carl Litsey at Lebanon this weekt Mrs Tneb Campbell is spend ing the week with her parents Mr arid Mrs S B Thompson Lebanon N iss Ora McCown of Mercer county is visitingi Mrs Byron Croake Mrs T S Hall nee Montgomery who with her husband are engaged in missionary work in Cuba is visiting her uncle Mr J S Yankey and family Miss Eliza Yank of Lexing ton is visiting1 her brother Mr J S Yankey Mr and Mrs F M Martin and family sppnt yesterday at Chatauqua Miss Fr niis Marlin recited in the elocutionaryl con test but the result was not obtainable at time of going to press Miss Bettie Irvine is visiting relatives at Danville Mrs Emmntt Field has return ed to her home iin Louisvijle after a weeks visit with relatives here Judge 1 H Thurman and family spent Sunday at Tatham In theevening Judge Thurmm addressed a large crowd at the church on the subject of lemper ance Mr W F Neil jrk spoke to a large auJienbe at Antioch Sun day on the temperance questi n Miss Gammons of Louisville has been a guest of Miss Edna McLaughlin the past week The following persons attended the dance at LebanonMonday evening Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell Shaker Robertson Hood Cunningham Ben Medley Harry Shul z Chris Hertlein Ffnley Scruggs Misses Mary Haydon Flaget Simms Ellen Watben and Bertha Haydon Miss Lzzie Hoskins has returned from Bardstown Miss May Bodine is a gut of Miss Sadie Mayes IMrs Wiiliam Kroker is visit trig her mother at Adairville Mr and Mrs J M Carruthers and Mrs W A Colvin of Bards town visited Mrs T D Tapp Sunday Air and Mrs P G McElroy spent Monday at Tatham Springs Mr and Mrs WTK Robertson and children are visiting at Dan yili Messrs James C1 ClementSj Rdel Foster Misses Robbie and tLHly Simms were at Lebanon Tuesday evening Mr Ben Medley and friend Mr Sam Sansberry of Owens boro are visiting at Mr George Medleys t Miss Nellie Greene is in Louis vile visiting Miss Omea Irvine Mrs Nannie Wathen of If vington is visiting relatives here this week Miss May Buckmar who has been in the telephone office on night duty has accepted a posi tion in tthe Lawrenceburg exchange oooo oroOOO MILLINERY CLOSING OUT SALE Ve have a few desirable dress hats that will go at your own price to close out the entire stock Readytowears for SOc y ur choice All stylish hats L Linen Hats Just what the girls and ladies want to wear with their linen and duck dreases i I Embroidered Hats i Nothing prettier for wear with muslins and shirt waist suits than the linge iehatsandwe have petty ones and reasonablein prices KNOTTMILLINRYCQ JOOOOOOO 00O0 OO OO Its Worth m traveling a long distance to have your teeth extractedw iuJi j IfAlli If mWw Bardstown Ky iii 3 S 33 3 Miss Willa Knott was in Lou isville the latter part of last week Mr and Mrs Arch Haves of Louis illeare visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Leach man Mrs Henry Leachman and dau ht MissBesvie are visit ing relatives at Shelbyvillo Miss Powell and Miss Ouer hacker of Louisville fcare guests of Miss MargaretTMcClWd Dr J M Burton and Mrs Katie Williams spent Sunday at Tatham Mr Rueil Foster and Miss Kather ne Russell were at Ta tham Sunday Mrs W O Vaught qf Ver sailles is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S R Gray Mrs T C Hardesty is visiting her mother at Lebanon Wefnesdavhas a position with Judge Helm Bruce as stenographer Sheli Tri d FIVfi Doctors Mrs Frances L Sales of Missouri Nalley la Avrites 11 have beenai flict with kidney trouble live years had severe pain in my b ick and a frequent deaire to uri ate When riding I experienced much pain over tbp region of tin kidneys I tried five physicians without benefit and KidxieyCureI bydNotice On account of the new law passed by tim last Kentucky Iattire we are not allowed o do custoiri grinding anymore We will buy your grain and sell you th6 flour and meal at market prices Tarboe McWhorter AlrdLot of troubes to coutend with spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowes unless you awaken them to their prQPQr ac lion with Dr Kinds New Life Pills The plcasantest and most eiieciive cure jar constipatIOn They prevent appendicitis and tone upthe system 25c at OJ Haydon s drug stdre REPORT OF THE i FIRST NATIONAL BM SPRINGFIELD IKY at closel of business June 30 1230 eESO CEe Loans and Discounts 22341070 United States Bonds 5000000 BankingHou3e and Fixtures 500000 Overdrafts 632347 Cash on hand and due from rinks 4033831 r J 1305354 l IAITI I1M Capital stockL L f 50000 0 Circulation 5000000 Surplus Fund 2500000 Undivided Profits 407550 Set aside to pay taxes lOOts 100502 Bank Deposits 00170- 3Indvidl Deposits 19629444202n212 J 33308354 Gross earnings past six months LS 070254 Bal undivided profits Jan ijoo 4oosoo Recovered on debts previous ly charged Off 87CO 81070334 Disposed of as follows Dividend No 09 of tpercent 200000 Extra Dividend of i per cent 50000 Paid expenses 220050 Added to tax fun lm 47043 Doubtful debts charged off S0250 Set aside to improve building OS35 Leaving to iindivldcdprpllts 407550 1070334 A C McELROY Cashier Cnred ot Br bPS Bsi Mr Robert O Burke Elnora Ny writes Befora started touse Fo leys Kidney Cute I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and I was qloatedfly with dropsy and my eyosijrht was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family across the room I had given up hope of liv irig when a friend recommended Fo toys Kidncy Oure One 50 cent bot tie Worked wonders and before I had taken the third bottle the dropsy had gone aa welt aa other symptoms of Bights disease Sold by Red Gross Drug Store e Korfol Dyspepsia Gur I0ts vhaf you eat a i irkRLyi RFPURT Peoples Deposit Bank rrSPRINGIIELD j KY 30 1900 I Overdrafts 20l82263Overdzafts unsecured a 00 Due from National l Banks 741176 Due from State Banks Bankers 1402032 Due from Trust Companies 03 2144107 Banking Rouse and Lot vu 500000 Other real estate 00 Mortgages 1335000 i8SpecieCurrency 3g30 00 980559 ClearingsOther 00 cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures 00 Fund to pay Taxes == 00 Current expenses last quarter 00 7 TOtalL 425784947 LIAUttiTJms Capital Stock paid fIn in cash 5000000 Surplus i 2 1900000 Undivided Profits 154387 Due depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not iaid 16206S73 Deposits subject to check on Vhich interest is paid0 Demand certificates of de i6sit on which interest is paid cia Time certificates of depot v it on vhich interest is paid 2523087 13730500 Saving deposits on which interest is paid 00 Certified Checks 00 Due National Banks 00 Due State Banks Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstand ing f 00 Bills rediscounted L 01 Unpaid dividends w 0- 0Taxesdneandunpald L on Capital Stock not laic vOO Total l 25784 47 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of Indebtednessof an stockhplder person company or 1irm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the Individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedftes exceeds 20 per cent of capital stock actually paid in and actual amount of the surplus of the bank 00 How isindebtedness stated in above item secured 00 ilfglidt amount of indebtedness oi any director or olllcer if amount ol such indebtedness exeeijds ifl per cent of paidtip capital stock of bank 0 ITowis same secured ft Does amount of indebtedness of any perwn conippny or Urm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual mem beri thereof exceed 30 per cent oi paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such indebted ness 00 Amount of last dividend 200000 Were all interest and tces xpensflosscli before declaring not less than ten per cent of net profits of tht bank foi the periot covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fun before said dirideild was declared Yes rATE OF KETUCKV ss County Washington JJ J Ar Boulware Cashier of Peoples Deposit Bank a Banklocated on Main street in the town of Springfield in said connty being duty swoon says the foregoing rcport is in all respacts a true statement of vthe condition of j the said Bank at the close of business J on ihe 30th tiny of June 1905 to the llist of hs knowledge and belief and further says that the buftiness of said BanV has been transacted at the 10 cation mimed and not elsewhere anat thatrthjabove report iis made in com pliance with an ollicial notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 30th day of June 1006 as the day on which such report shall be made J BOLTAVARE Cashier t Subscribed and sworn to before me by t J A Boulwarc Cashier the 2d day of July MOO tit S A C MoEKOY N P W sldnifton Co Ky- CornthisSIonexiires January 9 J903- GEO D n013ERTSONJG L W L GRAHAM i DIrectorsIT TtC Orual Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tanas a throat and lung remedy and on abcouut of the great mrit and popularity of Foleys Hooey andTar many is itations are offer ed for tho genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any subst tote affcrcd as no ther preparation will flive the sfmc satisfaction It ie mildly lO aiveiIt codtains no opl1 iates and is Bafel for children and dolicato persons Solp by Red Cross Drug Store SchooPTaxes t Taxos forVth6 Springfield Graded School district are now due The penalty will be added on all unpaid tuxes August 1st 1900 v G C WHAETON Treasurer euuthI WW i Eyes Tested I a Rave fitted hundreds of others iand can fit you Names and Prescriptions on file come and e i see for yourself A eyes the Attention attherIghtii1 time and plate 1 high grade goods g modern kinds and styles of S ij lenses Bifocals of every de g g scription iiI IIASTIGMATIC a Sp CPRRECTIONsiiii Graduate Optician alwayson hand to make test Satisfac tion guaranteed m JE M Russell JMi ll- i Tw r THE STATE COLLEGE OF K NTuikt 1 LEXINGTON KY l OJ tI t T The Agricultural and Me janical Sfalef Oolleg of JKen reibiological t mechani al engineering civil engineering mining engineer lug each of which extends over four years and leads to a masters degree Each course of study is organizeoVunaer a separate facult The general faculty number nearly fifty professors aijd instructorsit r T County appointees receive refeefve itiition robni renf in doirmitores fuel and light and if they remain ten nionthB traqeling expenses d The laboratories mId museums are large comprehensive and modern Militslry tactics andscienceiare fully provided for as required Congress i iGraduates from the several courses of study readily firid r rhtnmandistherbi1it college to U P1YyThe matriculation for the last year was including Slimmer school 815 j Specialists with the necgsafy riunlb rof assistants nave charge of each Zkpartment of natural s leni e Stimnns hofls are provided or pedagogy engineering andnmhction In science and arts The State College of Kentucky is the only institutIon in the Commonwealth doing in any properinse university work tThe completion of the college home for young women pirp vides facilities for goptrboard and lodging Jt is Welletfuig led with all modern convenienccs including bath rooms arid u room for nhvsiral culture Itic heated by steam and t lighted by electricity An opportunity ia thus afforded to them of a thorough education in Cl lSSimodem languages litpraturei science mathematics logic metaphysics history andpbiititeilopono my No other institution in the State offers advaritagespr the education qf women at all comparable to those Offered by the StatCiC oliegeof Kentucky I A new Library Building willthrough the generosity of Mr Andrew Carnegie be erected durinjg1 the next Collegiate year j JJ The Normal Department will be on a better footIng than ever heretofore Last years largely increzised attendance With the unpre dented growth of Summeral Normal SphpolV both indicate thatan era of prosperity surpassing tbatof allprevious years has opened for the Normal Department the State College I For catalogues method of obtaining appointments infioict mh ion regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply tl I JAMES K PATTERSON Ph bLLDor to D C Frazee Business Agent Lexington Ky V FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 13th 1906 e i Lr IiiIiiIi = a ADOLLJIR SAVED isiI fo a dollar earned andyou Ci easiJy BavG several dollar on ilL ourpaingbillbyuinMOUND3a ciry liORSE HOPAINTt Dont waste costly labor invuii on cheap Paint The cos1 cf lczboxis The rgeapCll to1 our pcin1ing bill Usb only Vopu paiflhc1iW1llWCfjIha will look bc iVthoK is themosU econ orhical1haU will cover The moststsurface 1o gallon Hmmmt 1t11tIfXOUwcIIhYearuse MO hT7llfrmijPHCITY HORSESHOE PAINt X hH W Ifyou wanU beauljyusa fmWJi m HOR SHOE PAINT It iir youwflnU coverin capaci useHORSS- HOBPAINTand as for econoniy jTBUcanusc HORSR6HORPAINT and pirt the difference inlhcbanky foGET t L THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE xf6 s 7 v 1Tie first Monaj Bank f 1 SPRINGFIELD KY sUapilal 30000oSurplus and iJdIVidciJirO fS 1S25OOO rOFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresident e r AC McElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E 1oster BookKeeper H H Purdom jAsst Eook Keeper DIRECTORS B L LltaeyJ VVLewis Sidney Green F M r bell R If Edelen H M Grundy John O PoRn campII i We grant every favor consistent t with safe banking Your bnsii 5 ness respectfully solicited iIIOO OOi8 i SUIf t j MOO OOOO t ri t MARKS GREEN S The old Reliable tfan falctlrers f and Dealers in alliiindj of I0 I LUMBER LAtHS SHINGLES SASH DOORS BLINDS We handle the celebrated e Mixed Cannel CoalI I Can tb Beat We are sole agents for4ACME CEMENT PLASTER The B Iton Earth Prices Right Office and Yards doctor and Railroad Street Springfield Ky r 1ip iIfr 7 EVERYBDDY BUSINESS L b t J mIfl Is NobodyV sst our Busin Irn v s to give the public the bettworkin r i J Tnning and Plumbing J t Y ml m teeat po ibw cost GIVE U5A CAL r1Jl J W FRITCHARDm Imt tISBjNGFItjrYxy 2 c2 t= ri p taUttSK OF THE HOUR The lteUBrokeli V They sat out on the lawn listening teethe serenade of the frogs He was U ftopoalag t Darling he whisperedIII love foul I tore you It is all very nice for you men to Miy such things replied the beautiful I tW coyly but how do I know you rill be true f True I shall be as true as gold It iwear by yon red moon peeping above tbehorizon The beautiful girl giggled f Why George yon goose you have been drinking those horrid cocktails tgalu Wwhat do you mean Why thats no red moon Thats t the end of pas 5IgK He has been sit Hug out on the porch for the last tour Puck fea Te For it Let me see mused Rimer who waS the poet who sang of the charm that maketh womankind a I dont know replied Henpeck I wonder jf a fellow could buy any of anywhere nowadays MEb Buy any of what J The charm that maketh woman iift kind Philadelphia Press AWfRII Fhatwas a fierce fight you had with Cholly said Knox HQ Claims he Ickedyou lOhth boastah exclaimed GuosJe I admlt he wumpled my cwavat j dreadfully but you should have seen N bis collahl New Orleans TimesDem Krat r FeiIb1 It Why Js It she whispered at the close of the ceremony that the bride groom always looks as If he couldnt tall his soul his own Probably replied her brother its because from that moment he really tant Catholic Standard and Times Helping It Along e Oldham I have decided to lay my fortune at Miss Dlmpletoris feet Yungun Well that ought to make it ft trifle easier for her 1r t Oldham Easier for her z 7 Tungun Yes to run through It Pick Me UR I 4 I ri jjHatl Heard Some Gertie gushingly Ob pal I do want you to hear some of Gussys funny layings hes so humorous IrPaIveheardsome especially the night before last when he asked fqr pour band For Soft Coru After bathing the feet in warm wa ter rub the corn gently with sweet oil then place absorbent cotton betweenp the toes or wherever the soft corn may be changing the cotton and put ting fresh on every night and morning In this way you dry the corn out and I by perseverance it will eventually dlsv appear although It may take some time to accomplish the desired result Cleaning Marble To clean marble take two parts of soda one of pumice stone and one of finely powdered chalk Sift these through a fine sieve and mix them Into a paste with water Rub this well over the marble and the stains will be re moved then wash It with soap and jwater and polish with a soft dry cloth Washing flreji Good tight cotton dress goods hold their wayImadeIiHilt of this is put into two pailfuls of soft warm water and the goods washed until clean Add water to the remain ing half of the starch and rinse Dry and Iron on the wrong side Tiling to Know Pies will be soggyIf set on topof a t hot stove after being baked To cover the pan in which fish Is cooking will make the flesh soft Salt In the oven under the baking tins will prevent pastry scorching on thebottom i Bra Ornament ro clean all sorts of brass ornaments wash them over with strong ammonia v usinga brush to scrub the embossed an otherwise wrought parts Rinse In i cJ5ai wat r wipe dry and polish with Jij leather tSTftANGZADVICEI pro G G Green klvesalert enonal attentlom to bis great humanitarian contract 4In our Almanac for many years past we have iven unusuiIjfldvice to tlt iafihic ted with coughs told throat or lun troubles pc consumption We havertolft I them if they did not receive any special 4 benefit after the use of one JKceht size bottle of German Syrup tqcosuIt their doctor ejWe did not ask them Or urge I them to use a large number ofbottles as J is the case in the advertising of many ether remedies Our confidence in man Syrup makes it possible for Ger1 five suck advice ejwe know by the ell eofever 35 years that one 7Scent jbottl of German Syrup will speedily re coldsbrotl1Jrge6wondiii fNew trial bottles 25ci reg KLirsiae 75C At all druggists ij4 A Feel inuenjIlDE Boom The feeling of imperidine doom in the minds of many victims of Brightfl Disease and diabetes has been chang to thankfulness by the benefit dc rivvd from taking FbJeys Kidney Core It will cure incipient BrJghts diabase and diabetes and even in the worst cases gives mfortand relief Slight disorders are cured in a few d YSfI had diabetes In its worst form wries Maripn Lee of Dunreath IDd1 tried eight physiciansi with out relief Only three botllds Foleys Kidney Cure made me a weJl maw Sod by the Red Cross Drag Stole EIi3wADI3ftI i iIN NIAGARA +Queer Canadian Stood Two floors on the Brink of the Falls RESCUED OT 1FIRE LADDER Forty Men Sat on One End oIIt While Two Crawled Out and Pulled Would Be Suicide From the Roar ilog River i Making their why out onfl shaky ladder twentyfive feet over thj very brink Of Niagara falls Fireman Thom us Couroy and Patrolman Dennis Blake rescued cniau who had attempt ed suicide 5111 was about to be swept over the edge lo the lower level The slightest slip would have meuiit death for all throe Thq ladder resting on n ledge of rock ut the river edge tyas weighted down on the shore eud by twos pre men while the lutrnpld volunteers crawled slowly out to whore the woujd be sui cide vas clinging1 to a ledge of rock ten feet from the roaring abyss As they rachiedover to seize him the man In the water fought theniaud the struggle fir life was Avitnessed with bated breath by the spectators The man whose act called forth this exhibition of bravery gave his name as Amos Schwertzcr although the police believe him to bo Amos RobifaSou ot Toronto He with well dressed all came from St CathOriues In his pockets was found 515 He refused to make any stntc111 nt a3 ito why heAvauted to die when locked rup at police head quarters Schwertzer or Robinson was discov ered by some negroes In the river close to the Prospect shore TheTushlng wa ter swirled about him and ho seemed about to be swpt from his feet He was wading out and the men callod to him to return but Instead he wont out yfarther The men uotihed Policeman Blake who brought albng pole With this he waded out mid thrust it toward Schwertzer telling him to take homo Schwertzer did as he was hidden but Instead of coming asfibre pulled Blake jut Into the stream Blake held on as long as he daredt and finally cast the vole away and returned to shore By this time chwertzer had been carried from his footing and with a wild despairing r was swept toward the awful abyssj feet away Just CHAxdED Ins JiEfD AS TO THE VALUE OP LIFE at tbecdgd tie was hurled against Thunfl6r ledge arid tills he scIzcd In the bright moonlight histace presented a ghastly huojJ while he held on with the water dragging at him as though he had clmngbd his mind as to the Aalueof life By this Urn ithe policeman hadtele phoned to fire icadquurters and a fire truck was sei4 to the scene carrying an extension ladder This was run out over the iedgc Slowly It was pushed over the CallsZind as It passed the bal anclug point flu sat upou IWo keep it trom falling Into the river Finally tht4 iirty foot ladjr extond ed Its length jitto the stream Fifteen feet Was on the shore side of the ful crum and on this twosooro men were seated Volunteers were then called for to go out on the trembling lndderK Policeman nOd fireman stopped for ward and with Blake In the fore they crawled out on hands and knees till they hung suspended directly over where Schwertzer was fast slipping to death Fireman Conroy reached down and manifoughtgo Aided JW Blake Conroy drew the rcntiThoshis rescuer being greeted with aj cheer J Children like Kenned vs Laxative Honey and Tar The peasiutest and best cough syrup to take because it contains no bpiUen All dru gftts 7 Kodol dyspepsia Cure Wgetts what yc eat Often The Kidneys AreIWeakened by OverWork I Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to be considered that only urinaryand bladder troubles were to beet SJ kidneysS7 science proves that a nearly all diseases f have their beginning in the disorder of g these most important organsx The kidnes filter and purify the blood that is their work Therefore when yqur kidneysare vttxjz or out of order you can understand how quickly your eiftirebody is affected and how every organ seems to fail to do its dutyIfyon sick or feel badty begin firllas your kidnevs are well they will Ijelp all the other organs to health A trial will convince anyone If you are sick you can nmkeno mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The tUna and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy is sooiV realized It stands the highest for its wonderful euros of the most distressing cases and is sold on its merits bv all trW druggists iufiftvcent and onedollar size bottles You mayszdtiII have a sample bottle nomn swampBoot by mail free also a pamphlet telling you how to find Out if you have kidney or bjadder trouble Mention Jiis paper mngjbamtonNbut remember the name SwanipRObt Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle r FOX THE CHILDREN Vltvlt In tIle Jar One of the loys and girls acts as yHeh or wizard Darn of the olhqr players chooses a tree or anything else for u homeSThe witch then traces out on tho ground with a stick as many circles us there are players and coils tliese drcics Jnrs The rlHyers tilt run out from their houies and the witch runs titter thorn Every one that she catches she puts In one of her Jars Tile captives must remain In thbir jars unless they are released by u touch from oirip uncapturcd player If relcnspd he can not be nfcaptured until utter he hits reached his home and started out from It once again But his rescuer rims great risk of be lug captured as the witch naturally keeps close guard over the ftrisonors and stands ready to pounce doVri upon any would be rescuer Whon every player tins been caught n new witch or wizardl is chosen and the game goes merrily on again 3I Master ScullM ale to You Sitting in order roumljthc room tho first player begins by saying to his neighbor My master sVnds me to you at the same time working away with the right hand as if hammering on his knee The oncHo whom this remark Is made answers What to toO In reply to which the first player says 6010 Work with one as I do The see ondplnyer then worljlng in the same way must turn to his neighbor on the loft mill curry on the same conversa thou Aith him and so on until every one in the room is working with one- hand The next time of going round the order Is given to Work with two hands after that with one foot also tjion with two feet and last of alt with the head Should iny one be discov crud not to be keeping Uoth feet hands and heed In constant motion while the game is going on a forfeit may be de mantled Hrentlslngr Fire Did you over see a juggler blow a stream 6f sparks from his mouth Of course you wondered how lie could possibly fteeplire jh his luouth without getting burned for he must have lire there In order to blow out the sparks It Is a neat trick lie rolls some flax or hernpjjfato a ball about tIle slstc of a wahuit Slid then sets flreto It find lets It burn until It fs neatly consumed Then wiiilo It Is still burning he rolls more Ibix or hemp around it and thus foufines tliCllro in which conditloH It will lc for a long time When he Is ready to perform the trick he shIps the ball Intq his mouth jind by brenthlng through tlt mikes sparks fly out with an cffert that is quite startling to those who 1101I0t know how It iis doneoor course A1iiivlte Is performing the trick he to breathe In air through his nostrIls oUlr A flnl1ItnFont Did you ever hear ef the custom among the colored people of the south of carrying a rabbits foot In the pod et for good Imk That little animal Is regxrdcrt by them with HUcistItkiis admlraUon ami they toll many stories ofJtR ftcv riictM In outwitting its nat ural enemies the dog the fox and the WOlf and In clrenmyenting every scheme Intended for its punishment J This belief In the sagacity of the living raWilt gdve rise to a belief Unit a dead rabbit hag certain magic powers and j 1I1 hot only for good luck but as a charm agnhist UseHse It is the left hind foot that is preferred nail If it be taken from a rabbit thatrwas In the habit of running through a graveyard Its eHIca cy is largely increased rcMcthf of IMiuitM Strength is not a thing usually con nected with maidenhair tern yet it Its roots have not suHlelcnt room they will break the pot in which tIm plant grows Blades of grass Will force the curb Clones behveon which they may spring up out of thick place antI in a single night a crop of Imnll mushrooms hnve lifted a Inige stone Irideejl plants have been known to break the hardest rocks The island of Aldabru to the northwoKt of ladagasnir is becoming smaller and HjnxlliT through the action of the mangroves thatgroiv along the foot of the hilts They eat their way Into tIm lochi IJI all directions and Into the gaps thus forined the waves force their way In time they Avll probably reduce the Island topleces Iliilclvu XnniCM iIn each of the following sentences a girls name Is concealed Inelegant 1 She gave old bonnet an Impatient jerk ntherj 2 In France sowing is regarded as a fine art a On Chrlsitmas eve Lyiimotith was reached 4 I wont to my berth at 10oVlock nna wits poh nslcopi 5 The Uckt5r gufo me powders also phials qiyjcuortr hot what Idntx not30 alone Ahswcts L Kathtrinc S Frances S Hvolynj iI BtrtlMt 5 Sophia 0 Ida a s 1 rHlJu10H LET1ER4j p alC5rporJ So far ten states have ueciiueJ theI Invitation seat out by AssUtaat Secre tary of War Ofiver to send some of theJ national I guard orgaplzatfons Into camp wItty the regular troop this summer Colonida has declined because the guard is too much scattered about tfie state to admit of easy concentra ion The trials for murder of the labor IrudentIfekthe legal authorities v California reports that the experi once of the state troops In guarding San Francisco and other places devas tated by earthquake and fire and the expense to which the state has been put make It Inexpedient to Join the regular campIng White House Expenses White House expenses for the fiscal year ending Tune 30 L907iII lie fully twice as large as for any previous year except 1103 when the mansion was re modejed Tlie stiudry civil Rpproi ra tlqli bill carries 118000 for these cx pen es of which 35000 Is for extraor dinarj rciialrs mill refurnishing ansi 2iibOO for traveling expenses of the president his attendants and Invited guests This new Item which Is wjth out precedent sto relievo the presil dent from the embarrassment of ac cepting free trains from railroad cOIn panies The appropriation for the White House last year was 53000 The fur nishings of the mansion ware hew In 1003 and are now somewlmt worn Xesr FurnhsIliIgM Needed Colonel C S Bromwell superintend t 1111tWhite House before the house appro priations committee said With th appropriation requested it Is Intended to practically refurnish re paint slid repair the whole first floor of the house The public receptions and the public imsslii throiiKh those rooms have soiled tiu m Jtml tht tapestiy nit furnishings have Iwcome worn and should be Ieplacel 1 hI Cotluiate that In the et room fin vashlng ceiling and imluting wlt three coats of oil paint and every thing of thatklnd 3JOO Is necesgary and tot replaclnir drtsrIcs rerfldtng Cornlcei ind mirrors reupholstering aidl roglld tug furniture rifiQ j Is neceswrfr- yTlioilluc and nVtlltboms In the bjua rbonilJK 0 io necesnary or washing and imlntlng the ceilIng incl aStio for relaeiII lrnJMrlre ovcriaj walls and upholstering and cgllding the furniture In the ted room estimate 2300 for replacing draperies reglldlng eor tees and mirrors and reupholstering furniture anti In tlie gvesn room for feupholstering funUture 400 wJll be aeedod In The lobby maui halsj nUll iisijera ottlte L200 will be UPCd IUln additionl to that It Is necessary to but it lIe thit rooton the nttre hiOqse ht cost of ziv0 Then It Is nccK iary toT replace the wveinent In thei north atatnythe sunken paveuiout in front of tthe house iitfrditt of the- roaiwayluOO anU to resurface the roof of the east terrace n000- 4ln addition to thaTJt will be neces sary to make certain chAnges In the ast terrace JnordiT to make It more ouvoalent to handle latgocrowds at receptioiis and the eetlmato on that Is 5CGOSItlllonn In FlsMnpr A total of 05230000 worth of prod ucts were taken from tim waters and old ly United States fishermen In the year 1905 Vxelusive Of the fisheries in Ihe insular imsaeBSfonD sad the flh taken for loipe consrfinption and by sportsmen t It Is estimated that 232000 persons earn their living yearly on thin industry which Is estimated as having capital of SOOOO000 The total out IIi of oysters In this period Is placed 30000000 bushels valued at 15r 750000 Virginia ranks first In the pro ductlon of oysters yielding In 1806 BWXOOO bushels valwd at 55250000 About 7500000 worth of cod had stock hake haljbut inrtckerel herring ud other well known fish were taken Iin United States waters in 1905 Now ITtjtcl Planned IA strong syndicate coniposed of lijiI ness melt hiss intrcliused the proierty nt the northeast corner of Fourteenth 1Utreet awl ronnsylvaufa avenue for the cash coi dcratlou of 300000 5lIne hotel to cost 100000 will ba- rreclcd on the site as soon as plsns arc preiMired Ifte new hotell will be known as the I Warwick and ivjll he dwslRuet to be the fInest of Its size south of Sew York Lnclc SRmJ Printline OHJce use Unite State hits the greittelt- stiti bdt equipped printing Om v In forUV nys JCharter W radio w who haH Invostlgafttl the IntttpruowwbfCb trait do all tbe worX mjfiHrcd for inajiy years to towe ttbe tJlwrtcst iiottcv We employ mor won aud womeii awl IMIJ them IttcompamWy ler wages- our machinery and eqtilimieat are fit superiorl the scope and functIons uf our institution greatly suri a9 those of J Nay like entablkdnneat and weio a vastly greater anti more useful niiiount r Irllhe dteccvery of the body of John Paul Jones ami Us aitiud qneiit removal to the soil of the United States Intro in yltetl attention to his achlevuincHts find when the next series of stamps arc designedt hl calm co nteiiatice Is ext peeled to be depicted on one of the denomlhaUoiiK Irite stnia s of the United States Ihnotttlya port rayedt pmce War miggestioug have never found place on them The only stamp depleting poldiers Is tiw night vent denomination of tlie trUWWISalSAlitpl or Omulw com momoratrvc aeeks which represents United StMtfttf trvoit guardhiK au enil SCIIOYIELDI The orfciige of Syracuse uuiveriiUr QftI the stalwart backs of the setvnul li and on tlnt of yomiK JimnilcTen fl fk liefest rcprosentntlvo of that fHinaiw tastily of oarjsinon loomeil up in front at Ihlladeliihla rPclMilly In ifreat fab Ion In thcMr respective races in the fourth annual rPRttn of the Aineriean jjcoilrset j Lfhui of ropterstlmt Jpurneywl ilown to cheer them started back hsune with wads ot green anti yellow backs fur both were dark horses Young len ISyck faced a field of soy 1tor1 ItorlStocsfather of the sculler met such goofl Junior crews as Pennsylvania and Harvard and showed the class that en abled tlie firange to sweep the Hudson In 1904 aml thcro was open water between thorn and Pennsylvania all the way from the half to the finish They were never let out r uR1 jCQMRADE TAT TilE STAKE t West Virginia Boys iiajiiiij Indian ti tv1ommit a Terrible t Crime Thos fiveyearold child of Robert Mn ronoy of Cedar Grove KXttHvfltit cquii I ty W Vii wssthsli to Jivstafce and h nadO d jtth by jilavumtes WhO r were emulating the clmraqjer hi nit mock initiation of Red Men recently t presented by members of it loU lodge Iin the public ball nt that lltootiirlre children the eldes of whoih Is about ten years of age were arrayed like IndlMiis The Maroney child who tII ITJIEt I lMiiml 10 n foiieo post A quantity of glwvlngs Wits placed at lila feet Satu rated with oil and llKlittur the lining cbnimtminitiug Uhtho childs cloth Ing and in a moment the Jltuk body was wreathejiii in uaiues The chlldrfii realizing what they had done struggled to tcaraway the burn lug umteral and rescued thetchiid alive but the boy 10011 died FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Hint sin Ivltcheii vnrlc Clean thp as you go Don t scatter In tIle kitchenalie sure to put s ni ling water in each saucepan 6r sttnvpan as you finish tc Ing It i Keep the spice box alwaysJ reitleiihiia oil and take iaroto let your mlsfross know If yon are out of anything likely f to be reiiiilrofl that its phice may at once be sopplk Dry ypiir saucepans before you put them away J riuiilii g hg ami jelly cloths re quire care Wjishi and hans theta to dry dirwtly titter usliiff themstliotn well before you put ili iii awaye jut they rilP siiicll musty Keep them In It warm dry place After washing t up your dishes autl cleaning the dish pails scahl out the sink ami sink brush He OttrufiUnot ta throw nnythlngbuf- water down the sliik lest you etog It up w S l Remedy For nunlonw Inch nOrnlng after UK hath whlclt Slwuki be warm nhlItNr i aildetl COlt rub the bunion three or CourI wlUi fxstltiK saliva Allow It to dry cover wili one thlekntsskof old linen silt tin i4tOc over tlW bunion with a chati JWtltnifl nd lastO It n piece of hlatk court pla ter lo keep out the cold h also ImiirovcA the Appear ance nt the wouiuknl shoe Short shoos xm tha cause of Iu Ions Tliereloro they hmild lie worn owe else longer the feet ihn nuttuuJM Vnh19Yes1 CIiifIreti sornetimei iwsdlow buUozisl l ftttlt sfonoc thlmUlog kinl peHnk Wlieii the inoJlicr Issure ttmtltJie child ha Swallowed the foreign IntatuNIttw cliikl should be euconrjtgwl and Vci compelled to eat plentifully of malted tatott4 thick mush and- tCourse bread Tlien follow with JlUlIt ttfrlmbart h or tastor oil Do not give the cathArtic lHin tdi tely on fimllmr wkt the aeckleiiti but make pre thttImuch iMtlky fooLl Is takcHtIui111i17ireierrIis rIIn the illttxfratiou In JaoVn a jar the upper end of whfrlr Is tensed with a flange upon whlrh rests a alp so feajMHl nx to form a flg t roHitectlon Amaml the edge of the rfp la It rubber gfAkCt The renter of tfee cap Ht formed with a small Vont eioaed lijit menus of rubber valve A racunm otljwrtiil vaciiwii lie created l jr bringing the J1rItkilJ IOII vAtvuiLia 1t1irie iireJsmvtt tUsUtlj dOle the rub fTierf valve III stortItl ar at the iiojJ ef Ite vessel cast heexM1jillPlll by JIW tui cf u iUip In tin latter event tbe Invention en Ijf 1tssIJ for prescrv lug materials withoUt cooking This Invention Is adnpteltotho use oT any tUtetr UitflndiinlLHl In the drawing Both the jarlua1 I the cover aretuadu entirely t laxi oakli t iKnpalapoowi with tbe advauuso taat It eSn lio uteJ again inJ again 4 Kennedys Laxative Hontv and Tar is the orJginor laxstiyecoughirip- and combiues the qualities ieceaafirv to relieee the cough and purie the system of cold Contains no Oiiate All druggists r EEEaaaaaefereEaerstaEa E a IFor A Short Time Onlyl 4 rr 7 V a We halve contracted fora limited number ofyearly scnpticnsto BI The American FarmerJ1 One Of thphAct SemimonthjyFami papers published and for fB1r fJ a short time we will give m r 1 AbSolutelyI I Free fH rfwitKeachnew 51bJCriPtiO1 or eachjenewal to NEWSkEAdDER for one yeair We will also for jv Two Dollars 1 r iigive 1 r andcI orders In early to J 9 IE LiDAVISON Jr Jtrti Pub NewsLeader Springfield Ky11 BB33 17Bak BBa 3 BBBBB aab To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromp Quinine Jets js AaaSeven Minion boses sold in post 12 months This signature + T oW ojcp4- LA 4 Something New nd entirely efferent firti th old style Made in regular cad ins glasses and in neasuIhtoi1 nd far sighted gksses coral inet post no more than the olct tylj luperlor in every way IVe Guarantee iem and will promptly refunt rnKjipy if they fall to give perfect4 fact1On If you have any ye trouble wrteusmeuti ning his pti orard well tel ym To1icqidGlasses hevelyourrouble T J1 HoWa Co0pticians- bouisvlllc IKy I 1 t Sour Stomach r No appetite loss of strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and atarrh IndigestionKodolery represents the natural juices of diges ion as they ezjzt in a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodpl Dyspepsia Cure does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing strengheninghe saysIyearsKodolcuredmalar baby Kodol Digests What You Eat Bottles oaly i00 Size holding 25f timed the trial aite which sells for 50 casts Prepared by E C DcYVlTT CO CHICAGO Sold by C J ilaydon = p CIJIllS RHEUMATISM LUMBAGO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TROUBLE taken Internally rids the boLd or the poisonous matter and acids which are the direct causes pt these dieascs Appilcd externally It affords almost In Slant relief 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distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern w Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi t and Louisiana We can putyou n quick t and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section ofthe country Wo solicityour patronage Rates reason a able Equipments and facilities unsur passed thAMES E CAL WELL LELAND HUME T b WEll lre Mcnt P GcuU Manager ScyJt AWt OelMJT TrsS- l ilouisviUe is Booming THESE DOYOUKlfOir VILLE ABOUT 3SOOOO LOUIS FACTS THE Cheap to Oregon Montana Brit h Nevadi Uiah New Mexico Arizona and Poins 1R9l TRIP rs to Drop postal card for P w D P A l e radius of only 6 mIlesl in the manufacturing of jeans fannwafoosv and handling whlsjqr sale luther eim nt supjUeLLouisvWefactory in the world factory in the South and onto fac lories In the world slid basS electric inters urban lines BSAUTI FUL HOMES1 its city property valuation Is S200OQOOOa It has the grandest park system in the United States and many mag nificent public buildings and churches and Is the homed the WORLDS LEADING COM MERCIALSCHOOL Enroll at this school se do TH ROUGH work and youll never IN in want a eood position in a boomter to bw urnu wyuao awgv sI5 SRYAHTSTRATTOH 8USINESSCQILEGE LOUISVILLE KY FOLLOW FLAG OjloiiistsRxfcd Washington Columbia Wyomiog Colorado California Horns Seek Exursio rnanyjointsVCtr jpartcuars GREENE itleaifstheWoRth sawerpIpewQodenDoxesandinproduekic tthafiJ LouisTllleiSadtyof rpngeLouisvWeNOW Trees Plants Vind 1 t 1 Foi the spring of 1906 the J Blue Grass Nurseries at Lexing ofjFruitl 1 irlberrleFruits Rhubarb Asparafut J etc VVes Employ no Ageptitj Strawberry and General CjjUH logues on application to X LFN1LLENM- EYUddIysii1a 1 K Ou Ptusst MI sst-