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ES7ABLJSIIED lIN1893 L L P lt if g 7SER1ESYOL rXI NO 27j SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY JULY 12 1906 J SLOG PER AJiIiiJ 4J i 3OR I f TRUSTY PRACTICAL IENTISTOtice over Havdon Barber JVrifcl work atraasonable pricesOT r j1 Uworkguaranteedf SPRINGFIELD KY r OUR DIRECTORY SPJtINGFIEIyD county seat of 4 Washington County 5tt miles ouihT Mt oC i erxBt6n 59 mites from oLiLyI11e on Bardstowc branch ofA 4lx iUTille and Nashville railroad in Land agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone tint txpress office flour mills lumber i yard Popeation 1100 population of 1SQ4U1ty1SOOQ Representative iu Congress Hon DT f Smith Hodgrmville Ky JUpcesentative in Keutack LegisA 1 kture Hon W D Claybrooke Jtepcecntative in State Senate Hon Harrt Lancaiter Lebanon K vTCounty DirectoryT CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Moay ia February rMay and Octo I t I fr Thurman Judge It L Xlurham Commonwealth At c ey V T M Campbell Clerk yM G I eachman Master eommlss I j c QUARTERL Y COURT JQuarterly Court is held on the third t ifdnday in each month 1 It Litsey Judgew1 COUNTY COURT CiAirt meets on the fourth if County in ech mouth B1fLitseyJndgeftw Fooker County Clerk si I T S Mayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer 7 Sidney Oebourne Sheriff allSam Anderon HB Powell Herb rtUdleman DeputICmEd Masters JamesT Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor W T Mitchell Deputy Robert Noe Treasurer JX Montgomery Coroner W Bush Bapt of Common ttooolit PO Springfield CITY COURT James RiloePolice Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby CityiAttorneylu 4 JUSTICE COU TIIJnotice Courts are held in January be Atrtt July and October STCIiurch Directoryo METHODIST CHURCH i Revs GWLyon Pastor Ser ytcesonthe First and Third Suudayfi iin III each month at 11 a m and 730 p m 1 Sunday School every Sunday atiOaind Prayer meJing every Wednesday f alht i ft 0CATHOLIC CHURCH Key PF Henhessay Pastor S rI 0Ticeswerf Sunday at 8 and 10 ocldck km Services at St Rose same hours to f CHRISTIAN CHURCH evWIjWa d n Fastol Stivi Sicfayever PEESBYTEBI N OHURCUj Jj Bev T D Latimer PastorsMonday at 11 am1 P eachine every I aad at 7 pm Sunday schooleveryB 0nmday at 10 am Prayer meetJn yerYtbl1rsdaYevenln2 at 7 oipck BAPTIST CHURCH IRev Wm Harrison Williams Pa tt Pieaching every Sunday at 1 ani and 745 pm SundaySchool verir Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting evrv Tuesday evening at 745 oclock fraternal Orders Zh1 MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge Kb 50 meets first and third Mouday eieach month Wasb1n ton A Chapter No 57 jtteets every second Tuesday 0Springfield5 Council Xo 52 meets op yerv lourth Monday KNIGMTS Of ThEbfLcAaE- EsMeetFOLEYS + 0i 0kIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bad er disease that is not c beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do 05I t 0jotriskhavi Brights Dis 0Thereiis nothing jaincd by delay It mud flOO BoU- MFVMJ MIMTiTlfT- ECTprslaeby H3dUrcss fugStor rww THE NEWS= DERa r I SHSiWJffiZtKW uJ6 W u W wiSgH II 1I1 iS Y Things Left to Eat t WiJ Hampton in NewYork Htrald h k goodness there is left to Ut Some things for daily use Although thestockyards exposes Are flying fast and loose tiefencesttke still is just as good As eer it was before Andipigs of lead or iromreinain As they have been of yore he tailors goose is not proscribed Asdangerous to eat In4 we art glad the car hog is As yet not potted meat The jackass and the muttonbead The lobster and the clam Are just as easy as they were Before the Sinclairdamn he mule that spinners use is safe 0Thei l eke the clotheshorse have escaped The sansai utters nip he chops of iax and hatchet stand The bulls the Irish make he steer vhfch guides the boat aright Are spared the muc kers rake Were pleased tpnotewe still have got Tile same old Wallstreet lamb And thus far we have seen no sale Of canned hydraulic ram Thank goodnesstherejseft to us Some memories still sweett And iiia sense of justice done We murmur It is meet e JiiiLstThe actionof tbe millers throughout the country in 6qouncimr thatthey iI refuse to do any more cus torn grinding feii ce the new law regulating mill toll has gone into effect iis causing a big kick om the farmers The impres an has gone abroad that the new law prohibits custom grind ing when such is not the case at L On tHe contrary the new law distindtly says that the- illershall d9 such grinding and it fixes the toll and there is wheie the trouble comes in for ttleJnillefs claim that no mill can afford to do grkding at so low a rate We quote from the new law which says Every miller shall well and sufficiently grind or manufacture the grain brought to his or their mill for consumption of the pel sun bring g or sending in duo time and theiorder that thsame shall brought giving the prefer ence only to what may be necessary for his own family use Her they may take for toll one eighth and ho more direc ly or indirectly 6f all grain ground or manufactured on or exchanged a water in and oneseventh part and no more directly or in- iiectly of all grain jground or manufactured on or exchanged in a steam gasoline or any other power mill 6ther1 than a watermill For iany violation of these rults as to time order or quality of grinding or manufacturing or as io the amqunt of toll t1or demanded the owners or cccu piers of the mill shall forfeit Ten Dollars to the party injured re coverable with costs before a justice of the peace We dont ee how the millers can getI around this law and refuse to l havelaDllonnced plan It does look a little hart that a legislature jis given the power to compel a man to do certain work and then fix the compensation but such AIis the lw This law relates only to custom grinding or grain that iis ground for ones own private tuse V1 SUpXjlmvplorig ago had to deal with the automobile nuisance Spring held is a liitle late in being in footed with this danger and it is one case where beingi behind the times a little isi rather to our ad vantage Yes the automobile tourist is a little late in invading this territory and there are certain owners of good driving hordes who wish thaUhis wo thy had been still further dela ed There are no automobiles owned Springfield but unfortunatly this seems to be popular pass way for tourists going from Bardstowji to Lebanon or to Danville Several quite serious accidents have been reported this sumiter as a result of horses being frightened by these ga o lene wagons which concebnzzng along at all hours and spread terror among the equine tribe j of publc servants A number ufold reliable family horses have either been sold into bond age or retired to green pastures on account of the ahtics t eytt would perform at the sight of the deadly automobile and lots of good women and men too have forsworn the pleasure of the drive rather than risk an en counter with these horscUss ve hicles It was predicted that horses would in time become ac customed to the sight of these terrors atd probaby after a hundred lives have been sacri ficedand a few thousand dollars worth of buggies and carriages have been broken up some hor ses may get used to them bUt others never will The automo b le has come to stay and to hold full svay as the terror of the road Its right onthe highway haS been established and there is no way to legislate it out ofJ business so the timid drivers of fractiou5 horses mu t continue to hike out of the way and make inp best of thesitultionI rJr YnROOIV u n d er Vlshndii1atVD Claybrooke who has been Wkshingtoncoun tys representative ifn the Legis lature for the past two terms is slated to make the race with Hubert ri eeland for Secretary of Stat Claybrooke tc get the position of Assistant Secretary of Sbatcjn the event of Vree lands election The position pays a salary of 1800 per year and is quite a desirable position Mr Vreeland is considered the strongest candidate in the field so far for the nomination Mr Cla brooke on account of having served two terms in the Legislature has a wide acquaintance throughout the State and if he goes into it will undoubtedly add 0greatlyVreelands candidacy r A T1CFlll1S A watchmans neglect permit ted aleakin the great North Sea dyke which a childs finger could have stopped to become a ruinous break devastating an en Jire province of Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclver of Vanceboro Mo permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr Kings New Discovery He writes Three doctors gave me up to die of lung irflamnrBtion caused by a neglected cold but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my life Guaranteed best cough and cold cure at C J Haydons d rug store 503 and 100 Trial bottle free A Moonlight Party Mr Will Gray entertained at a moonlight pattnt the home his parents Mr and Mrs Jim Gray of near Pplin on Wednes day evening it b ing the Fourth of July The soft light from the Japanese lanterns which were in every part of the yard fen down upoh the guests woo rere delightfully enlertaned by Mr Gray assisted by his sisters Misses Olfie and Sarah Martha until the wee small hours when the guest departed wishing that they migh spend another Fourth of July with Will and his sisters Those who attended were Misses Nora Blauche and Mrgie Bbnta Ada Harmon Sallie TJrent Nora and Tavie Goodlett Ollie Pab Ethel Carey Eva Artie and Gertrude Sutherland Bessie Drury Texy Barlow Ada and Bassie Snider IdaTnnd Ethel Gray Lydia Virgin and MiS- H dinof Illinois Messrs Jim and Fred Sutherland Charlie Tient James Moran Hubert Virgin HeKbCriime Roy Wall Ernest and Clyde Goatly Luther Barlow C F Robertson Frank ONeal Thurman Chesser Rob ert and Earnest Gray and several others whos names I failed to get Dies evil still yonr vholj life fill Docs wbeoetiee Your thoughts abhjc onstilcideI You need a pill Now for prose and facts DeWitta Little lKarly Liscrs are the most pleas ant and reliable pills known today Tfiey never gripe All druggists Lost Strayed from my place about a mile from LitseYon pr about the 15th two 2 year old steers marked with an undrbit in the left ear Any information lead cat1tIe3t RFD Nol Sprhi fieldKy t t IBJHIsbbroi Prof Join Holman of Scruggsville passed through here Saturday enroute to Mack rule to visit his brother Miss MaUd and Eva Inman spent Sunday sthe guests of Misses Maggie and Zora Mont gomery H H Elder and wife of Anderson count visited rrlife family of T W Sutherland Ust week Tha youngest child of Mr and Mrs S H Crook of Ponyville has been dangerously ill for tile past week from what is supposed to have been a bite of a poisoninsect of some kind Dr Thompson the attending physician now says the child is out of danger and will recover Coleman Settles lost a valuable cow last week from Milk Fever This seems to be almost an epidemic among milk cows as several have ded from it in this community this spring arid so far not a single case has been cured 0MrsZack Crow Who has been visiting her son Divis at this- plitefor several days has re turned tJ her home at Shelby yule Illinois Dr Oscar Shewmaker who has been visiting relatives here for a vceek wi leave Wednesday in company with Dr Sbaunty for Oklahoma where he will lo cate tto practice his profession His many friendshere wish him muCh success t ii Prof J T PEather and wire P D Pralher and wife visited relatives near Ppiliam Saturday and Sunday Lhe Professor will begin the public school at Wil lisbu r next M dnay Mtd J S Inman and two daughters Misses Maud and Eva spent Tuesday with Uie family of J A Coulter We do not mean to say any thingagainst local option but it s ems to us thatfour peope would talk less about it an4 more abut building the pike at this place it would be a great benefit to us 1Rev H PVVakGr the pasor Qf the M E church at Mack yule will preach at the church at this place Sunday evening at three oclock Everybody iis cordially invited to attend and here an excellent sermon Mrs J M Shield and little sons Raymond and Ivan have returned from a visit to relatives at Tatham We have had a fine rain durng the past week and crops are looking fine but farmers are greatly behindtheir work Hands are worth a day and cannot be secured at that price The citizens of lyfayes Creek Hjllsboro and Puyvilic are requested to meet at the school louse here Saturday night for the purpose of discussing about building the tike at this place A Society of Equity will be organized or attempted at least JS I Dry Goods ttIIWe will offer lot ofMens and atlless than All Dry Goods at cost some less than Wall at cost Remnants halfprice Shoes cost Odds ends price t 0a tslwiUpeaMrs J S Inman ofI Shady Grove bass in her posessiona hand mallet tviat was doubtless made in England more thjan 200 years ago by her greajgrand father who wits a carpenter and when he came to Virginia it was brought alng with there t of tuB tools in tthe chest The family later t moved lto Kentucky and tile property finally dame into the hands o5 the late G C Settles win watt skilful workman and who is the father of Mrs Inman Sncithf death of Mr Settes Mrs Inmln has talmn posession of the nale which plainly snloNd that itt Ins beet2 used for year bru t just kisdi of wood th mal let is made of we cannot tell Mrs inn prizqs the malleit very highly notso much pnr ad count of its value but oyingtc it lLHacH Only 82 Yeilr Old t I am only 82 years o3 and dont expect even when IIetto be real odlo feel that vayas long as lean get EI ctric Bitters says Mrs EH Brunson of Dub lin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as jpang and makes the weak as srongas this grandtonic medicine Dys pepsla toipd liver ifillamed kidneys orchronic corisiipation unknown afteV taking Electric OuarItnteedgist PrfceSOc IIS P Stiles Dead Rev S P Stiles OgeitV e gbt yearspastor of Co tPsGbapel of Jeffersontownj died last Friday morning aq 2 OI oclock at his home atj Jeffijrson town after an illness qtten weeks of cancer The Kfev Mr Stiles wits a nalivo of Nelson county and Jiad crvedihthe ministry since he was a syoung ofIEpiscopal church for the last eighteen years lIe officiated as miniser- at Bradford ville Ky up unil last 5eptember when he accept Jed the call at Jefferson vn Though he had been there but ten months he had endeared himself to the hearts of his cqn gcegation The Rev Mr Stiles is sprviv by liiswifeMrs Annie Sliles 1AnnhIuston MarietIward Palmer and a 1L KStilestof brotheJM llThe funeral Saturday afternoon lat the re1Te so town Metiiodist the Jnferment beiig in Cave Hillr cemetery Bardstbwn Standard Rev Stiles is a half brother thisplaceIist church here several veais ago n Itl tl tI t S R7iO- Niniiiiu IOIJA YEAR I 11jI f KENTUCKY r j 2 More of the Lidr Danville is getting to good to allow the operation of a bowling alley The Advocate Y5 Forth first tune in seven J ears Pan vile will be minima Bow ing Aley tomorrow and perhaps for the fnturp unless the city fathers choose to rescind their action of t date and passau ordi nance permitting this kind of place for the publics amusement tbeMantJattanhad not as yet decided Just what he would do with the fixtures oijt iit is quite likely that hwill aie them at some summer resort or in u neighboring town where such a busipess would paj well inktallez1ized by the people of Danville ind the county most liberally md MaagerSHliraan hascon meted it on a high basis which s very different from what most tlleys ire un on Itiis tbe r- egretf rnanyloversof thefsport here that the place is to bedone away with Eaid lie W1 RotD1Jcors Peter Fry of Woydrnff PaTrites After doctoring for twro years with I the test physicians iin WBynesbiirg and still getting v6is the docttis dvised me if I had any busines to attena iq I had better attend to itclI once as I coull uot possibly Jive an othermonth as therewhsno care for nee lkoleys Kidney Cure y 8Tecora iended to me by a friend acl I iir ncdiately sent ny don tohestore for it and after taking Jbr s bottles of it I began toget better arid con tihuec to improve until I vvasentirelj vvell Sold by Red Cross prog Store 1000 K Increase The ate Board of Eqaaliza lion held its last meeting of the year yesterday and wound npats work The secretaries are now engaged upon the Boards an nual report which will slow a large increase in val nt1on np on tao taxable proptrty of tie State Probably half the coun tiesftheState had the Assess mentas returned by the county assessor raised on the farm lands and personalty and there were but one or tiWo reductions Several of the counties made voluqtaryincreases On a rough estimate it is calculated thai the increase in taxes to the State will amount to over 100000 The chairman of the Board and the chief secretary will com pile the report for publication and distribution by the Secretary jf StaState Journal r Lost Strayed or Stolen One dark roan horse alout 14 hands Send information to J EiBrothers Antiocb Ky r ToAttackDogLawF- rankfbit KyAttorney James Andrew of the local bar representing John Clark a farmer of the county is prepair lug to go into the courts to test the of the Croan 00 dogliaxlaw enacted at the Iafr Assembly session for the proteey tion of sheep and the promotion of sheep raising Clark is the owner ofa dog which has beeh accuse3 cf killing thesbeepor ja neighbor The County Judge ordered tbe dog killed and Clark refused to permit the S1eriff ijt the animal H The constituttQhaltyof the acfc js attacked on the idea that tha owner of the dog is given no oj portainiby to rre heardas tiwhether or not the animal ijvi guilty of the charge pref H againstit lff 0TcuiT Yea Ratll Iwasaoserinatwtyvar battle with chronic piles and mf Ifenant sores untIl I trjf d Buclr lens Arnica Salve which turn fY ed the tide by cOring totb till not atraca remains writes A M Bruce of ParmviUv Vd Rest Jor CId ucfrs cuts burnl oft d wounds 25nat C J Hay don draggist t Blackburn for Governir I J 4 Itt is anpoucJroirwahjngLt- on that Joe Biackburnl will ba at htn thu weik and that M will make a very careful survej of the political field and it he jisf sured that the November primarf election will be a fair ones that he will enter the Contest for Governor anti seek the DemF pcra c nomination Tbrje thonsandof voters in Ifentudry whQwould hailsitrde1ight hit entry intothe fight ana wpulcl ak for no more pleasant poli fo14f ners the gubernatoml race ngJnNQyeDber r l Insurance j Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company oIJunctipn r OityKy the only company in the StAt that makes any claieft of ryiKI Haley Candidate Chairman LoaicQuownoft- heDenidcratic State Central ana Executive Committees will cslV a meetingx f the subjsommitteV off the Executive Comnitttee5f which has in ch rgthe arrange ments for the Democratic prij mary sometime within ths next weak The subcorn mitteej will called to meet early Jni August and at a time a sub commJtUepl the subcoinmittte will be ap ponted to make the final ar rangements for the primary i It will be tho duty of tire sub J thtelectiorparaphernaliai the ballots and levy an assessl+ mant on the candidatesi to d srayt expenseRIAtf the same time a Secretary will be elected Tills iSan l tportent office and will likely by filled by Percy Haly who iis aa active candidate fortbi place Haley being a power inadmiGis tration circlesi will not likeljr hale cpposition Herald l c n M r ilI i i CHANGE OF FIRM SALEi r i j i H jj- f t 1L Thf present firm must reduce its Stock Zv August 1st tr V u 25000 worth of Clean and up=to= date Merchandise ffered ltk JY 1 7ctCOST FOR G7SLlJ ONLY f t t r THIS SKLH TO CONTINUE TO KUOUST 1sT 1 MrJoe JS plaYlrpoke Iaving bought the interest Gf Mr Chas D RObertson the present firm has agreed to reduce the stock as much asJpossible by the above date when the new rirm will take possession This IS a rare opportunity to buy new and seasonabIegoods at ridiculously lQWP lcsf e propose- to make this the biggest sale of the kind ever held in this country DQot delay but come atonce and get pick and choice I l g 1 Clothing Boys Suits Manufacturers Cost costCarpets PeiRugs Matting5c at and half i many what are Rev recent l Live high Scott constitutionality execute ark be ljr t Embroideriesr f i I White Goods Laces c All White Goods Laces and Enroideries at ot Remnants ofsae kili pri I1 Ladies Furnishing all at cost We have selected lot or odds and JrenaMi fros ck Wi and will sell most of them kt half priceandme of them 1 1e than uic- partment y 0c Remember every sale must be for Cash1 i 1 ii ReBERTfl Ol 8l 3 7 lie f 1 A i Jy irtA f THE NEWSLEADER 1 rauLMriKB KYMt muM AT 1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 4 SPRINGPIELD KYJ C BaL DAYISONJr- Local or bvtew ot1ce1O crate WI cK subsequent Insertion Ails pa caadldatesand political mtto- f riu4i Jb werk is 4oe at low rates but cash f i fd on d Hvfij of iccds AiiyrtLMgl eotracts made on liberal s 3W4iir1 aail resolutions pflrespect bi p1IM UmO 1fcam 1usityJNcitr t t 350 i4ileto4ces h W 1M 1 THURSDAY JULY12 1906 We are authorized to announce Robert Noe as a candidate for the office of Clerk r of the Washington Circuit Co1rt Subject to the action of the Demo i pratic party 7 = cVaUeyHiUj itFS Gv Bedecks and wife spent 4 The 4th at Elm Hill Willie Armstrong who has been I 4 with Harry Derringer and wife for quite a while has gone to live irih his brother near Polin Miss Paralee Lair of Louisville 4is visiting relatives in this secIt liont at this writingv- jf L Ballard IS spending a few weeks with hisAunt and Uncle at Hill View f Mr and Mrs A B Pinkston otfhis place visitgd relative near Polin Saturday and SundayJ Mr JoBnie Grumdy and wife of Bardstown visited relatives in this section the first of the Weekj Mr and Mrs Edward Goatley and little sons of Maud spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs W F Moran of this place W W Seay and family of Oak 1 Hill visited relatives near Wood lawn Nelson county Saturday mod SundayIi t1frsJ L Moran accompanied bjMrs E C Jane visited Miss Sue Edgerton who is ill at her home near Wlllisburg Sunday Quitea number from this seci tion attended themeeting at the Baptist Church the first of the week vW T Clements recently purj 4caaed a yearling filly fromE S Goatley at 100 William Derringer Jr and brothers cf this place visited relatives near Wilhisb rg Saturday qd Sunday Mr D C Kelly who has been in a very serious condition for several weeks from effects of rheumatism is now able to be about his usual duties Little Miss Beatrice Foster of i Windsor Mo remains the guest other grandparents here She was to have returned last week butlill spend the summer here Quite a crowd from this place ttnded the Social at the home of Mjss Ollie Gray of near Hard eaty Wednesday night All rej port an excellent time Several from this section at tended the Moonhgh Party at Mr Johnie Walls near P1easanl Grove Thursday night in honor of the Misses Goodlett There is to be an ICP Cream So Scial at this place on the 13tb Which is expected to make the Jhitof thejseason RefreshmentsJt L ofkinds are to be enjoyed to the flth good music There s ems to be a renaissance of so cialjleasures of our and adjoin ingvicinities in the past few daY A letter recently received bv- rlindl Mrs M D Reed of tfiis place frqm their daughter Mrs W N Foster of Windsor Mo bjangs the intelligence that she aSr husbancl who went to 1hnt1 e in January are very much lined tturn to their DeiOldlCentd itHome und will doubtless do so as soon as the pre2ent crops can be disposedI of and other arrangements car he made preparatory to their re turning ThoSaany friends of these well- 1knpwri p young people will welcome them back again and assure tBem a good support by Kent lrys fertile fields vV PWe regret seriously to Icctee r Friaile head r from our column SSlS The T01ers would bewel Jr irs again Let each J little vicinity strive to Ii ixiem their midst who will makajiome effort to have Ihesa fH tkted in our columns ch wk t N Tkli fction of the home paper t ahemo1tijjjtere ting of all and I tbe more ieresting it becomes i the more readers will We have am there for asking in behalf our papee and readers your hearty cooperation in this de partraont during the ensuing months Uwo It is ultras well to have a boxof salve in the house Sunburn cuts j bruises piles and boils ylejd to DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Voaahould keep a box hand at all times to provide for emergencies For vearsthe standard but followed by many imitators BeI Vure you get the genuine DeWitts Witch Aazel Salve All druggists flardesfy Sclroolhousa Miss Ada Harmon after a two weeks visit with the Misses Gray returned to her home near Per ryville Friday Mr Will Snider wife and child of Valley Hill spent Sunday with their Grandmother Mrs Lucy Sales Will Gray and sister Ida re turned to their home Sunday af- terat short visit with relatives near Perryville Mrs Sallie Goodiett and little daughter Jennie were in Willis buag Sunday Mr Rue Gray wifevand moth er spent last Wednesday with JH Gray and family yattendedday night Several from hereatteiadedthe social given by Mr John Wall 3JgoodMr Russell Hardin aid sister Bell spent last Sunday with their ChapinA Hard Lot of troubles t6 contend with spring from a torpid l ver and blockaded bowels unleis you awaken them to their proper ac tion with Dr Kings JNTew Life Pills The pleasa test and most efiective cure jor constipation They prevent appendiciti and tone up the system 25c ajb OJ Haydons drug store I + Talham Sprliiss 7 Mr Bill Smith we llearn is very sick at tlusjwriting The moonlight fete given at the hotel here Wednesday night was a grand success and all re porta good tithe Mr Levi Satterlyi anti wife have been at the home of the latters brother Mr Shuire Roy alty who is very low at this writing Mr Charles Burl head and wife of Brush GroyeJ were the welcome guests of their sons Joe and Silas Burkhead of this place last week Mr Elisha White and family were at your town shopping Saturday last V Mr Merrell Pinkston and wife visited relatives at Shappsville and attended ser v ices at Free dom Sunday Miss Ethel Sattefl anti brother Herbert visited tieir grand parents Mr J W Satterly and wife Saturday and Sunday Blackberry picking seems to be the order of the diy althpugh they are somewbatsearce around here Miss Ethelt Rogers began her school at this place list Monday July 1 Mr Elisha White and famHy were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Gordon and wife Sunday last Mr H H Graham boughtt seyeral cattle in this community last week atSic IVl r Jim Snider and sister Mist Pearl attended the musical at tbe Borne of Mr Jotm Perkirs near Willisburg Saturday night There was a large crowd outt to hear Judge Thurman Sunday night July 1st at this place He made a very interesting ialk It seems to me as tbe sayinir goes that a blind man could see and understand that local option is the very tbitjg that the people need in this ana another counties iBOINtI Pores View Mrs George Wheatley of near Frederickstown spent last week with her sister Mrs Pius Nally Mr and Mrs Gamber of Bardstown were up at their 1 unclesi last Sunday and Monday Fletcher and Rue Carrico were visiting in Marion county last Saturday and Sunday and alLen ded church at St Charles Mr and Mrs Smith Carrico and Mr Jo Spauldingof Science Hall ware at their uncles Jo CarricolastSunday Albert Medley of Louisville was rusticating in thiscammuni ty recentlyc Mr Lee Oshorn is quite sick at his home on Wellington ave Mr Ed Oshorn is sick at his IICampII last Monday He was a nice respected gentleman liviiag in the borders of our community land was buried ntSt Roseceme tery on Tuesday morning at 9 oclock Mrs WillKiney who left home for Colorado Springs wrjtes that she is feeling some betterIiThere Vas great rejoicing in the neigh Ipornood last Tuesday morning when the threthpr mado its sudden appearance in Mr Thomas Medleys field Several attended tlie speaking at the school house near Gfcsbnrg last Sunday evenmg We often attended preaching and Sabbath School at Schoolhouses on Sufi day evenings but as yet have never attended public speaking on Sunday but we may have done worse KING B OP THE WOODS Ske Tried Five Doctors Mrs Frances I Sales of Missouri Nalley Iai Aritee I have beenaf flicten with kidney trdablo five years had sever pains in my back and a frequent deaire to urieate When riding experienced much path over the region of the kidneys I tried five phyaiciana without benefit and then concluded to try Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three 1 bottles I was completely cured1 Sold by Red Cross Drug Store MOOR SVILLE News is scarce this week but I will jot down a fewJines Mrs Emma Duncan has re turned to Tulsa Indian Territo ry after a visit to relatives and friends here I Mr W H Bpblitt isconvales cept after a spell of malaria fever Mr T D Sweeney attended church at Chaplin Fork last Sunday t Wheat is being threshed and is turning ouSt very Well If you meet a man the first question he will ask you Are you for or against local option The wets are claiming Moores ville byiO majority while the other side are claiming it bya similar majority Of cQurse my opinion is not worih much but I believe it will be a close vote herQ If every Deinocraiin Washing ton county who was for Blackburn will join me in voting for McDreary we will show how fhe county goe this November Severallflrom here attended church at Mt Zion lust Sunday Mr Lee God yim wife left last Monday forLouisviHe where they will mjike their future home The turnpikes seem to need attention about now W O Ellis is taking orders for Vill S Hall Nursqry Hanni bal Mb Save or send your orders to him he will give them prompt attention rMr and Mrs Tho Weekly entertained their friends last Saturday in honor of their daughter Mrs Emma Duncan Those jpresenfr were Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie Mrs James Weekly and daughter Miss Dessie Mrs W O Ellis daughters and s m Mrs T H Hardin atd children Misses Ora and Lucile Duncan Miss Josie Violette of Louisville is visiting her sister Mrsj WiJIPtyatBoJlcr Several of cur boys went over to Woodlawn Sunday tto see their bCpt girl Mrs Maggie Sweeny and daughter Miss Louella and Miss Eva Goldnn of Woodlawn visi tea Mr T D Sweeny last Sun day Mrs Harriett Bush of Mack ville isi visiting Mrs John Stevenson George Moal attended a social at Mr James Gray last Wednds day night atPolin Born to the ieof E A Boblit an eight pound girl Mrs W O Ellis entertained a FRIDAY and SATURDAY mill and Mill Are Demonstration Days at our Store We have just re ceived a large assortment of InerSeal Trade Mark Gods from thet NATIONAL BISCUU COMPANY Who will send a Demonstrator to our Store Friday and Satur Lyto demonstate the cleanliness goodness crisp ness and superipr quality of these goods and youwill have an opportunity of sampling new products J5fqu and your friends are cordially invited t Ttf Sincerely i J i iiCONRAD HERTLEIN HelpIHelplli Tm alnfL Thus cried the hair And aIkind rneighbor came to the res cue with a bottle of AyersJ Hair Vigor The saved This was because Ayers Hair Vigor is a regular hair medicine Falling hair is caused by a germ and this medicine completely destroys these germs Then the scalp gives rich healthyI The bestkind of a Sold for over sixty years Allo b7 J C Ayer Co Low1ITraL manufacturer or AMd8 ers PILLS fefo of her friends last Thursday in honor of her sister Mrs Emma Duncan Misses Mollye Hiries and Nancye Ellis dined with Mr John W Hays and family last Sunday Mr Preston Mpoie and family visited Mrs Mattie Coleman near Bardstown Jast Sunday Mr Edd Pile aid wife enter tamed their friends last Sunuay b1inghiswere Misses Nancy Ellis Susie Bpblitt Mamie Lillie and Emma Pile Messrs Louis and George Kirsch George Mouf Ernest Pile Ham Pile and wife of Valley Hill Mr Ben Pile AdditionalPersonal C W Hagan spent Monday in Louisville on business Perry Marks Hugh Lee Smith Len Allen and LouisKelly spent Sunday in Bardstown Miss Mabel Tucker WJiOlhas tfeen the guest of Miss Mabel Priee1lasr turned home Miss Mav Bodine ot Bloomfield who has been visiting Miss Sadie Mayes has returned home I Mr C W Hagan and Kiss Bertha Haydon were in LebUnpn Sunday Mrs Leo Haydon and little sonare visiting at the home of nor mother near Eardstown Miss Mollie Parfqtt is visiting iii Lebanon this week Miss Sadie Mayes is at Grab Orchard hisyeek Will Huston of Maud was here Saturday r Mrs J C Shader and two little sons John and Thomas spent Tuesday in Louisville IMiss Louise Settles of Booker has been the guest of Miss Susie Pope for the past week Alex Barber who hasbeen at tending sbhool at StA Marys Kansas is at home lortbo vaqa ion MrsJ T Craycroft has returned t her home in Chicago Ill after a very pleasant visit to relatives here Rev Father Hill of St Marys Kansas was here unday- Messrs John F and Bdn F Simras were in Bardstown last week on business Mr rom Spalding and little son Thomas of Bardstown were here one day last week f Mr M L Searcy is in I lhis yule tins week on business r Mr Frank Montgomery is in Louisville this week Messrs Chester Cecil and Tom Hamilton of Fredericks tOWII wore in town Suulay Miss May Kenney who has been the guest of Miss Ethel Searcy ILls returned home List OF FARMS Fon pALE BY McElroy 8c Wharton Real Estate Agents NO n5 10 acre farm located o miles from SprinuliQld right on pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres jn Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 50000 I No 00 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acre bottom landI farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 0000 No 67 121 acre farm S miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Price 35 Jet acre INo 60 1000 50 acre f rl1 well located 70 145 acre farm well located INO lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced price 5000 Nb tl 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and is as rnni as the IjPrice 60 No 221QiLe farm well located gOut1 farm aiij1ill and mostly in r grass right on the pike nice 7 room Cstockof tobacco land 10 acres good timberC Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well located right on pike and Tailrbad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwellings arid barn fine body of timber plenty of tobaeco land Price 35 per acre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 No 75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn rQom to house acres of tobacco fence all sixI Price 20 per acre t No 76 50 acre farm situated mile from Springfield welUm roved nice dwelling barn and all necessary outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 No 77 210 acre farm 150 acres of bottom landan good lland can be cultivated every year good improve mjents of every kind 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house bugyhouse milk house farm well watered and fenced Pleasant Hill Mr and Mrs H B Vandiver of Harrodsburg visited tie atters parents Mr ana Mrs T M Royalty Saturday and Sun day Mark Shewmaker and family of Pulliam visited J A Purr and family Saturday and Sunday JrS Royalty and family visited relatives atTatham Saturday night School begins at this place JUly2 Prof Ivan Keeling teacher William Wilham and wifeyisi ted T A Durr and wife one day last week GLADIOLUS QUARTERLY REPORT OF TH- EPeopksDeposit Bank SPRINGFIELD KY at close of business June 30 1900 RESOURCES Loan and DiscQuntS JS20482263 Overdrafts secured ji43018 Overdrafts unsecured L 00 Due from National Banks 741175 Due from State Banks Bankers 1402932 Due from Trust Companies 092144107 Banking House and Lot 500000 Other real estate 00 Mortgages 133500- 0US Bonds fcJ 00 Other Stocks and Bonds 00 Specie 447559 Currency L 533000 980559 Exchange forClearings 00 Other Items carried as cash 00 Furniture and Fixtures 00 Fund to pay Taxes 00 Current expenses last quar ter foG o frTotal 25784947 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 5000000 Surplus 19s00000 Undivided Profits i54387 Dfie depositors as follows Deposits subject to check on which interest is not paid 1G2OG873 c Deposits subject to check on which interest is paid 0 Demand certificates of deposit on which interest iis paid 00 Time certificates of depos it on Avhich interest is paid 2523687 18730ihGO Saving deposits on which iritertstls paid 00 Certified Checks 00 Due National Banks u 00 Due State Banks Bankers 00 Due Trust Companies 00 Cashiers Checks outstand lug rw 00 Bills rediscouifted 00 Unpaid dividends 00 Taxes dne and unpaid 00 Capital Stock not paid 90 JTotal 257 84947 SUPPLEMENTARY Highest amount of indebtedness of any stockholder person company or firm Including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual members thereof directly or indirectly if such indebtedness exceeds 20 per cent of capitalstock actually paid in and actual amount of the surplus of the bank 03 low is indebtedness stated In above item secured 00 Highest ainount of indebtedness of any director or officer if amount of such Indebt dness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank 00 Howls suie secured 00 Does amount ofindebtedness of any person company or firm including in the liability of the company or firm the liability of the individual mem hers thereof exceed 30 per cent of paidup capital and actual surplus No If so state amount of such indebted ness 00 Amount of last dividend 200000 Were all expanses losses interest and taxes deducted therefrom before declaring dividend and was notless than ten per cent of net profits of the bank for the period covered by the dividend carried to the surplus fund before said dividend was declared Yes STATE OE KENTUCKY fss County of Washington J J A Boulware Cashier of Peoples Deposit Bank a Bank located on Main street in the town of Springfield in sasIa the said Bank at the close of business the 30th dayof June 1906 to theIon of his knowledge and belief and further says that the businessd said Bank has been transacted at the lo cation named and not elsewhere and l that the above reportis made in compliance with an otlicial notice received the of State ttugon which such report shall bec Iday J A BOULWARE Cashier t andsworn to before me byoi J A Boul are Cashier the 2d day of July 1900 t AC MCELROY N P Washington Co Ky tt Commission expires January 9 1003 GEO a ROBERTSON G L HAYDON W L GRAHAM Directors I 11 a H You WailtII e Anythingih t i Real EstatetIIt t orlInsurance f Call on F h BD UKE c ro KILL TH COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS wim Dr Kings New Discovery F PriceF100 LJOLDS FjtiTriil Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES or MONEY BAtiK Commissioners Sale I Jan R Montgomery c PUTs YS Harriett Montgomery c Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order tCouJtt thereof 1906 in the above style cause I shall proceed to offer forsale at the Court House door in Sprihgfild Ky t ON MONDAY JULY 23 1906II at2 oclock pm or th county court day to the der at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following de scribed property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the 3ums of money 8 so ordered to be made fWashington ft Rose and Loretto turnpike and boun fthef J It Blanfords line thence witfi center of said pike S 86 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 branchcorI I 3 to same thence S 661 to a stone corner 4 to same thence N 2i E 30 poles to a stob in center of pike cor 5 to same thence with center of pike as it meanders N 84t E 18 poles N 241 E 26 polesN 16t E I 171 poles to astob in center of said pike corner 8 to Mathew Shannahan to1th9 to Shanahah thenceyard corner N 87 iW 15 poles to a Walnut stumpII 10 to grave yard thence N 1J E 1GJ poles to a stone corner 11 to same thence 851 E 13 8 poles to intersection of fences corner 12 to same and polestoto Mrs Scan nell and Osbourne thence N 70 12 W 81 poles to intersection ofIfences cor 14 to Osbourne and I Borders thelnce S 85W93 12 poles to a stob in big branch cornerto 15 to I Borders and Sha ahan thence S J31 I t91Shanahanence poles- to a stone cOrner 18 to same S 28 12 W 1512 poles to a thencoI center of pijce corner 19 to Mrs Murphy thence with the of pike as meanders S 50 12 E 13 poles N 65 E 14 poles N 79 12 E g poles to a stob in center of same cot 23 to R P Blanford thence N 15 12 E 543 poles to a stone cor 24 to said polestoS 2 12 W 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 1Q poles S 88 12 E 50 12 poles to the beginning containing 283 acres 2 roods and 22 square pIe i J Montgomerys debt and interest3s86t78Harriett Montgomery homestead 100006 Estimated costs 7500 Total to be raised 4p3978 For the purchase pricethe pur chaier or purchasers must execute bonds bearing Jegal interest from date ofsale until paid and having the IBiddersromptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN MC W Cr Commissioners Sale cII ISilas Armstrong etal Plffs vs a Butler Armstrong et al Dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term on 905 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky i ON MONDAY JUfcY 23 1006Eat 2 oclock pmor thereabout being county court day to the highest and best bidder at public auction upon aj credit 1on of 6 and 12 months the following described property towit to A certain tract or parcel of land 2 tryingKy on the waters of Little Beech and bounded as follows Beginning at he mouth of Ferry Branch on the jittle Beech Fork at a sugar tree to John Hardesty thence up b- eLittle Beech 83 poles to a small elm oj tree on the banks of same hence S arid 2E 39 poles to a stone on the anks if same thence up same 93 poles to a Lynn tree corner to George hence N 50 E 28 poles Grigsby thence S 76 E 26 GrlgshyII 0 said Grigsby thence S 50 E orner to said Grjgsby and WUIHamown said branch as it meanders to- t1e beginning containing 50 acns 5iT r 7 IltflMilli ru 2FORt I II- 1ODAYS1 t r f 1tWe wilt offer a special t J j1 255 Per CCent DiscountJI rr 1 III I f ilE 11 i fewill also offerSpecialpritii tjti ii onall Goods to Cash td Fe fl l S Customers ff ftT- a H f tl 5 iI GRDNDY 10o TIRE w t d L Hmmmt t t f 1M j oo j Time Flies old adage t from to now chasm first ofcday Accurate and Elegant Jewelry what theyear t 4 4ttPikreflects being expert in selectinga 1 jewelry stock To money buy from r j 8 James J Graves saJJ I oooovoo oooooooo t i g ag E EEEoocrcrcmEHI trp How Is Your BloodddJq e c j J I zo Its Good if You Have Taken Perfection Sarsaparilla rJrWi1 is Sure i a Ask anyope wlio has taken it arid they tell yen N thaVt makes them feel like new Puts life into yo W j makes you feel strong Price 100 per bottle 1tti Jf2J 0e cx j MYDON W + Corner Drug Store 1 aEEEEE EEEE fR f t 4 jj WE HA VB TO INVEST jL FOR CLIENTS t 4 1J1 750000 TO siOOQvOOO igood Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturing t t lBiuikor Trust Company propositions 0 a V 5151jo t WE BUY AND SEri 4 11Buy anti sell entire ssues municipal a coEporation j li R bonds und are prepared lo furnish capital jbr any merJto1i f ftlious proposition Have money loan any A No lproposit10nb W0 W GILMORE CO iKEIESLER l1UILDING LOUISVILLE KY j ic4ic3+ tt1ff d t J 4yersP111sAYPusJjI Want your moustache or beard B U ellN G HAMH JS DYE eailtiful brown rIchblac Use lIJTI or LI oe Tract No 2 Beginning at a stake the banks of said Little Beech Fork corner to Curtsinger thence with the division line of said Curt ingerN41cl2 W80 poles to a stake stone on the banks of said Beech oik thence down with the meanders of 67i poles to a stake thence S 31 12 E 40 nples to a stake banks of said fork thence down and with the meanders pf said fork beginning containing 22 acres toods and 35 poles making the whole act contain 73 more prless ame being fine tobacco land Far the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bearing legal interest from date f sale until paid and havungthe force effect a Judgment Bidders required tp promptly ith these teriti Ml G LEACHMAN M CW C C fOLEUIIODY PTAI optbs cigkaJkIIi1g Is an Its a big jump though the time of the first clock Bridge the and what have you The clock crude the one tb almost a chronometer JClocks f iis you find round f mvipUplMT ctntp Mv new 5 Jn1 Jnmy me t f l s fis That i wili 10 Vl Jq in 9f d to on or and same acres onds of witt be comply Pullial1l i I Born to the wife of Effeha Keeling a boy Crops of all kinds are looking i f well m this section except that ot t GofftJHerodfor 12 r t Rev Simnqs closed a series of meetings atAntioch which WM a very successful with sixte n additions Rev itns bedn it two weeks meeting Independence schoolfhouse lastSunday night v Rev Hatchett filled his regu lar appointment at Brush Grove Sunday George Ryan is oa the sick list at this writing 1oWe are for local option fromt the ground up end we b Hevd the Pulliam neighborhood nlif go three to one for local option DEJJ I BURTON PW IDCNT DENTIST iTEETH EXTRACTED T WITHOUT PAIN t v OnnCK H gM Block tip stairs rpg 8 RING FIELD CY Alt Dental Work Strictly Firstclass t DriTJ H I iMPTON DR J C MUD t IAIIPTON MUDD rtnleitns and Surgeons L Offices over HayaonS Drugstore ICL W Ft QijIGSBYjI ATnrdRNEY AT LAW Qllce over Peoples 3ank- SPRINGFIELD KY- r J B BbBARDS M W FYATT RBARDS HYATT P1iiicitns and Surgeons t Olfic over McElroy Shultzt t ilDR J H HOPPER 4 MTSICIAM and SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans GroceryI f R uWence71JORNYII MAYES JUJEDAL uiKtCTOR HID LOUSED fM8ALMEfi b TELEPHONE DAYI19 NIGHT 74 V SPRIHGFIELn Y l Railroad Schedule Following is the lime schedule now in effect on the Bardstown and Springfield brancQ railroad Ni5 41Leayes Louisville at 4l0 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No42LeavesSpriI1gfieldatb 580m Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am a arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at a 780 am Bardstown Junction Q30 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm i No44Leaves Springfield a 120pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louis vill tiS pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves 1 Springfield at 715 amBardst townS am Bardstown Junction t 845 am arrives at Louisville t 935 am No 91 Sundays only Leaves Louisville at 6 pm Brudst wn Junction 650 pm Bardstown 73pm1 arriyes at Springfield 825 pm J I Bonds Carriage I Repair Shop 1A11 kinds wood work and up iholsteririg done Grain Cradles ot band for sale i have for sale now one new hand made buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good second handspring wagon Jt will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash WH BOND Springfield Ky I fFRESH BREAD t DROLLS AND CAKES Baked Eaily Always good alwaysifresh We haye a Baker who is an ar tit at rcaking good things 5ix Loaves of Bread for 25c HertlienV Confectionery NOW OPEN J 3 We desire to notify the public that the jNew Springfield Hotel t i jzt 7 lSfBOa open and ready for Basines Ware thoroughly equipped for the accommodatIon of the travelling public and for regular boarders Board can be furnished on the Euro p ean plan Lunches and short o det incalSj r JM RICE tanager i ElEXAS WONDER iXores all Kidney Bladder and-l Rheumatic troubles scld by Itill draggasts Or two months treatment t1Y waiL for 1 Or- 33 W Hall 226 Olive street Si Louisi Send for Kentucky e ltimniLls 0yOIZTIRMDTAR Osrs OIOp Prayuts Pnf umonlq Wfii mnw fii 1fi t1515TOWN1 r OOmnw WiiW nr vjj f Local Happenln of Interest The Freshest and i latest 11 lilI About Yourself Frlends andicqualntances 1 Agoodroast coffee at loc1 at Campbells f t A great slaughter salel r queensware and gjassware al- Campbellsnow gpitfg on See out chairs and rockers and get prices before y0u buy L Oampbells Born to Air and Mrs J C c toeen July 8 a ion To Mr andMrs James R loe July Illdaughter l TAKEN t1pAs 0s tray on my place a nialGliQg4 jQwner can have same by proving property paying for keep and for this gcl vertisemqnt GREGD L N ThSre willbe no services at the Presbyterian chuich oinsxb Sunday on account of the ab sence of tile pastor Dr Lati HprlngsIonphysician The Dpnislle imd Nashville railroad will run rispecial Mammoth Cave excursion fromI this place and all intermediate points on July 25th at enly 725 for the round taip See advertisement in this issue lor further particu lars i The catalogues for the Springfield Fair which will bei held for four days beginning August 15 are out Several hundred dolI lars have been added to the premium list and tIe fair this year ofier special io ucements to stockmen f Mr W G McCtzordismaking addresses to the farmers in the interest of the Aaaecican Society of Equity He spoke at Owens 6ro on Tuesday and will speak t Lexington on the 10th and on the 21st he will make an address t Fen vrick this county The Ladies Aid Society of i the Maud Christian chufch will jive an ice creaiii upper at Maud on Saturday July 14th the proceeds tt help towards raying new pews for the churchj The ladies vill begin s ling he refreshments at 6 oclock in the evening The WashingtonUounty Union Sunday School t ponvention which was annoiinped to be lied at Willisbunr Tu y1philS ert postponed until a further date Proper announcements willl be made and program published later on W F GRIGSBY Pres Mr w K Robertson has SoldI11 his residence property on Main street to Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloomfield for 4000 Ths house will probably he occupied by Dr W W Ray and fam ly who will move to this place from Lebanon to make their home Dr Ray will rerfrfrne the practice of medicine here and his many friends will be glad to welcome him and his fami ly here again Mr Robertson itij understood will remodle the oljdjHghd School building and make off Iit a residence for his fdmjjj y Messrs J H Hjbtu his H Waters Oto Odjeiifindr Dr W F Trusty attended as delegates from Wesbington Cfaunty the Re publican district convention at Hodgensvilo Tuejsday which nominated Hon M1 L Heavrin of Ohio county t Republican II candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congressional district t the gentlemen jsay that Mr t fteavrin ntede a iitle speech in accepting the noinination and made a finaimpresdion before the cdnventioaj He iis chairman of the Republican district committee and is a lawyer of ablity He will make vigorous cam piignanr1 is expected to b heard from between now and the elec tion Ljf AcquittedJv ITh Louisville Times of Tuesday contains the following The case against Oscar Aubor ry chargeH with the murder of James Hendren on the night of June 23 was dismissed in the Po lice Court thisaitternoon Auberrys defense consisted of the sworn testimony of himselfr andhitwosons The cqurt held that Auberry had acted hi self defense as the testimony showed thatJames Hendren had attackedI him with a knife Alex Webb ba struckhiniwith a brick and Wit son Cautet had assailed him with a club JIeulrnait was allied WAS itOFIG3Ii ii- JJ struck with a hatchet while lean ing over the fence that dividec ttte Hendren an Aubeyry yards Base BalL V Local baseball enthusiasts are organizfn a stock company for the promotion of base ball It is proposed to raise 500 by sell ing 190 shares atSo ech and a large tart oft stock has al ready been subscribed Some more gocd players will be brought on the ball park will be fixed up anda first class team will be mode up so that some good games may be pulled off this season Three interesting games were ijplafyed on the home grounds last Thursday Friday and Saturday twith Fetters of Louisville Joe games were all close end exciting The Louisville team took the first game but the last two were captured by the rfprmg fi ids after some brilliant work Auto Accidentj While out driving on last Saturday evening with Misses Ola Goatley and Rrebecca McWhprt eat theliorse driven by Richard Kelly became frightened at an automobine driven by Prof Craw ford of Banlstown who hud been in Springfield and was returning to Bardstomn ahd met the young people in the buggy below Mr John Barbers residence two miles from townwhen near the automobile the horse made a sudden dash forward then backward and swerved to the opposite side of the road overturning the buggy throwing its occupants to the ground dislocating Miss Gcat lies right wrist besedes other slighter injuries Miss McWhpr ter however sustained no injury other than being badly bruised from the fal Mr Kelly was thrown in such a manner as to be caught bythe buggy which ran directly over over himbruis ing him consideraiy The buggy was completely de mo1 shed together with tbat of Mr Richard Hajari who was al so driymg along a snort distance from tile other buggy his horse became frightenedirkicked loose without doing se bus damage other than breaking the shafts and kicking loose from the bug gy I rpf Ctawford was blameless in ilia matter as he warned the young people of hjs japproaching but Mr Kelly considered his horse safe as heJiadjmssedthe automobile several times vithout mishap Prof Cravford took tho young ladies bftokto town and did all within Ills power to repair thC damages a Notice We aredetcrmined otto do custom grinding any more We win buy your grain and sell you the flour and meal at market prices Jarboe McWhorter t School TaxesI Taxes for the Springfield rraded chool distriQtare now hue Tho penalty Ayjll be added bn a1fJunpaid taxes August 1st 190G p C WIIAUTON Prqasurer Itc Omuual Foley Cp Chicago originated Honey andjrar asa throat and llungi remedy and ou account of the great m rit and popularity ofF kys Hou ey andftarix any i itarlons are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Folcys Honey andTar and refitse any substi tute altered as Ho other prepanttton vill ff ive the stme satisfaction It iis mil4fy laxative It codtalns no opt afes and Is safest for children and dalicato persons Solp Ly Red Cross Drugstore DEATHS GREEN olftbeluteMpndaafternoon home of her daughter Mrs lainIhadbeen a sufferer with asthma and as she advanced in age the disease took rian acute forir from which she obtained relief Mter11thewont to Texas to speni the ter with her daughters MrsWinI G Moore and Mrs J R Handy andwhilor there was ill of malaria fever that exhausted her vitality mid it was only by her great de termination and will power that she recovered sufficiently to return home two months ago Afteri her return home hope oi lher recovery wavered in the balance until the end came Mrs Green was a Godfearing Christian woman in the truest sense of the word anl her life wits a brilliant testimonial of faith in and practice of the virtues of Christianity Her life was early dedicated to the service of God SheNas a faithful member of the Presbyterian church for many years She exercised Christian charit to all denominations and lloved the Masters cause under any name She was charitable to the weak nesses of humanity and all who same in contact with her life have felt its elevating iniluence upon their lives Mrs Green leases the following children Mrs S C Moore Sherman Tex Clifton A Mrs T C McElroy Mrs J Roger Handy Dennison Tex Dri James London Ky Sidney in the U S Navy Mrs Harry Thompson and William who is in Texas Tir The funeral services were con ducted by Rev Tri Latimerof the Presbyterian church and Rev W H Williams of theBap tist church Tuesday afternoon it 3 oclock at the residence of Mr and Mis 7 JVI6Blroy The interment was in Cemetery Hill At the same time the remains Df Mr Green had justpreviously jeen exhumed on account of time location of tl e lot in which 1his cinains had been buried not Doing desirable and the two Miskets were placed side by side jn the new gravveunitcdi in death to await time Judgment Di y i 1 1ttMBIRI4i E Nailor Kimberliji aged 31 ears son of Mr and MrsJacob Cimberlin died at the home of his parents at Texas this county on last Sattirnay after several yeelts illness of typhoid fever His death was a shock to alaYge ciircle of friends in this as well as adjoining couLtios for there were ew voung men in the county who hlad a wider acquaintance than Baylor Kimberlin His was an penhearted and generous dis position and he made friends eadily Mr Kimberlin had been eng geci in the merchant le business at Texas until about two months beforehis death when he sold his store He had never narried and is survived by his nother and father and several grown brothers and sisters nnong whom are Mesdamed Nat C Campbell fendW T Burnett Df thjS county Mrs J L Bar non Bowlipsr Green Miss Kim berlin and Mr Huburt Kimberlin lthQ funeral services conducted by Purdoin took place at Beth ilehem church on Sunday afternoon 1OCLthM Thos D Mcdullum agedabout 5 and a popular farmer aid horse than died at his home on lardins creek in this county on QO oXQWashington and Nelson Counties 88 ExcurSion to Mammotb Cave 18 JULY 25 19068 8 8 72v5T g g Pays the Railroad fare also board at hotel and trip 8 mile walk 8 8j8 x provided on regular morning train Third ball of tleQ X season w ll be given this date July 25th Adm X free See L N Agent 06000000000000 u t Its Worth 0 mj traveling a long distance to ha vey our teeth extracted Without Pain or Danger Ji All work guaranteed jj i G CRUME D D S IiIiL Bardstown Ivy 3 3a3 333333 Monday morning last of tvphoic fever rind olhor complications He had Wep in bad health for sortie time and hail been a suffer er from appendicitis typhoid fe ver developed a few dAYs before his death Mr McGullum was aI good hard working farmer an enjoyed the respectof everybody He leaves a wife and afamily of small children The funeraltopl- iplaceat iSb Rose pn Tuesday morning rMINTIRE Mr Spencer Mclntirp a popu lar young farmer of the Mclntirc neighborhood died at his houit oh last Sunday after a shor illness of typhoid fever The deceased was about 32 years oi age arid was a son of the late John H Mclntire He was a successful young farmer and had inAhy friends He is sur vived bV his wife His little child about a year old died only aboutf ten das ago MOORK Mrs Arthur Mo e wifeof the wellknoaMi young farmer of that name who lies btwejeri Mooresville anjd Polindied Rloti day night and was buried yestfer day morning at New Hope churc1 The deceased was A young wo andlhad PERONAI r rimes Boswell bas ro ojrnedfrom a Vii it to friends in Boyle and Mercer country Mrs Johii Miller and litti laugliiqiiv Laura Kin ald of Nelson county aregucssts of tlq formers sister Mrs Sue Knbtt t Mrs G H Mclntire will leave Friday ford visit to her parents in Meadecounty Mrs C C McQJiord Misses Katie Cain Milburn Ouerbacker Annie Rowelland Margaret Mc Chord and Messrs Hood Oun niD ham and Hurry Shultz spent Friday in Lebanon Miss Francis Martin will entertain a large number of her friends this e eli n flther hoine Mr William Kimberlin and daughter of Samuels Despot and Dr James Green of Louisville were called here by the dealSh of Mrs Green Mr J H Burton Editor of the Whiteboro Texas Sunjsj here this week visiting his brother Dr J M Burton Misses Mary and Margaret Noa are visiting rehuivos at Bloomfielcj Miss Margaret Spalding cp- tertained thC following yoiipg people at six oclockt dhiuov Tuesday evening Misses FJaget Strums Alfehaire awl Louise Medley Adelaide Kelly of Ores cont iiH Messrs Ben Medley Sam Snusbury of Owens oro Wathan and Will F Sirams Aftera visit to Louisville and Harrodsbjjrg Miss Nora Bohta spentTlstwcek with her sister raturneclitoand Mrs commenced Harry teachfDg5ChootI nie Redoing of Lebanon and Miss Mary Sm bbof Missouri wero callers in town Monday Mrs J S Yankey is v siting Rev J W Garter and wifei in Lexington Mr Harry Shultz enterjaired a large Diimbeiof his friends iin honor of Misses Rowell and Querbacker guests of Miss Mar garet McChord yesterday even ing from eight to eleven ocloclc I Miss Fannie Wall has gone North to spend the summer at some of the resotts on the lakes if Mrs T 0 Hardesty has re turned from Lebanon where she Visited her mother Mrs Lan ham a weekaMrs R F Sutton entertained II sixteen of her friends at euchre last Friday afternoon iu honor of her mother Mrs Force Misses Mary LPP Siurns ant cJulia Parrutt lloft TdOfdiy for a visit with Mrs Bert B anford at Straight Creek Bell couniy Mrs J H Thu rman left Tues dayWto join her sister Mrs B Rodman in Louisville for i jD tdthe Northern lakes Mrs Vepa Weakly Netteton form rly of this county and lie lfriend Miss Ker both of Cole Wdo were guests of friends her last week r The Kansas City Star of July 8th contains the folowiug announcement that will be of intr est lo a large circle of friends of Mr Emmett McElroy who ha recently been a guest of bH parents MV and Mrs A 0 McElroy MrS William Atchi- son of the Bonaventure announces the engagement of hH daughter Mary Elizabeth and Mr Emmett Field McElroy Alarg party left here Tues day morning to joini ihe Time party in Louisville for a trip tc Camp Algonac Mjchj Those Composing the party are Misses Margaret and Gertrude Shadei and Jtnnie McCabe Mesrs- HarryReed James bnnd Joe Clements Iprrie Durrett Louis Cain Leo HayHon and Arthur Mcpill Judge I g Thurman was in Louisville Tuesday i Mrs Howard B McElroy and tlaughtor Elizabeth spent the lattei part of last week ItS guests of friends in Louisville Mrs James G Cheschire re turned to her home at Ft Scott Ian last Friday after a months visit with relatives here Mrs Wallace Brown of Bards town attended the funeral pi Naylor Kimberlin Sunday nnd Mrs Green Tuesday Mr and Mrs Prtor Mejer Mesdaims John McChord and Wallice Jblmsoniand Miss John son of Lebanon attended Ihe- funeraLof Mrs Green Tuesday Nlrs Miry Hughes arid Mrs j1i4Allen of Boojndeld spent Montfay in tQwnSt Messrs VB Gaybrooke ant RoBert Noc were in Louisville MUnlttyS J Rogers Core ana familv were hi FlodgenvIllethe first oi the weekallf E A Cox the photographer has returned fiom a busi ness trip to Greensburg Mr C J Haydan is in Louis villa this weekl otf business Mrs John F Ryan and children after a visit to Mr L L Janes and family have returned to their home at ParisTexas5 Robert Murks who is employed by the Illinois C ntrahI Railroad Co as electricianspeut a couple of days here this week to see his parents He has been working in the South with headquar rs atMemphis 4 4 IrJr and MrsRiqhard Edelen s Rapier arid Mr R H Ede len of Bardstown visited fi lends hero the first of the week Prof Crawford and Ed Mat tingly cf Bardstown were in town Saturday Mss Bessie Brewer of Leba non is visiting AIiss Bessie Ljaachman Dr John Shaun v left today lot Oklahoma vAvHere he Jwill prtcice medicine Miss Nell Putman of Leba non attended the bal game here Saturday Mist Mabel Williams has re turned home after a peasant visit to her grandmother Tred icksiowqMessrs Ben Medley and SanI Sansberry spent Tuesday iin Bardstown Little Miss Mamie Figg Price has been vii ting at the home pf Mrs Ceo Tucker at Valley trIll Kirs W F Grigsbjrand little sOn have returned home after a pleasant visit to her parents at ChapHn t wrroMifi ii 1I I EpssTested1 Have fitted hundreds of others and can fit yju Names and Prescriptions on file come and g see for yourself Give your eye the aattention at the time and p1acesNotitingrightIIhigh grade goods Alll modern kinfe atul styles of5 lenses Bifocals of every dej g ifII scription ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS i Specialty oniiGraduate Optician always hand to make tot Satisfac- tiont guaranteed i IIE M Russell i Jl nlJJfJ wec I s THE STATE COLLEGE OF KENTUCKY i LEXINGTON KY io 1tr ffiThe Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Ken ItucLy offers fhe follorln course of study vip Agriculture biological thematlcal physical normal school classical fVijffcaroteai engineering civil t1DC neerlhffi niiriinp ngipefti6Lv q iiiig each df jvliich extends over fifar years and leads to lmtisters degreEacbcourse offctifldj IS arjnfoeflainclgr jt j separate faculty jPhe+ general QflllynumVerliitiarlyv fifty C a prdfessons an initructors Vf W County appcrihStees receive receive tuition roorirent in SliOtlIitorles fucand tght ancJf t1iOjOflmflft1 ten months traelin expene I rue laboratories and inuseoiris are Jargtf V1 lulppaO- coniprehpniiive f11 arid modern MIHtary tactics nnsclfll ear fully provided for as required by Congress Nt Graduates from theseveral courses of study readily Anil excellent positions and liberal rom ncrat1on The def alul it is largely in excess of the ZLIilltyof the college tb supper 1 The matriculatiqn for the lamt year wasp including Sumnier school 8lp vv Specialists with the necessary number of assistants ha recharge dof each department of natural sciencfe Suniniiar schools are provided fOr pedagoau engineering and Ihstiruc f rtion in science and arts ihc StateCollege ur ICentucky is the only Jnititfltion jn 1 the oiiiiiioziwcaitli doing in any proper sence university workSt Ihe completion of the college home for young Avomen prcP r vidos facilities for good board and lodging It Is well equip pad with all mpdern coriveniences incluifiog bath rooms anikf a room for physical culture It is heated by steam and lighted by electricity SsAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of r thorough education in classics modern languages literature science mathematics logic metaphysics nistory and political econo my No other institutioa in the State offers advantages for i the education of women at all Comparable to tllqsaoercd by the State College of Kentucky 4 X A new Library Building will through the generosity of t Mr Andrew CJarnegie be erected during the best Collegiate ycacSThe Normal Department will be on a better ipot ng tHan ever heretofore Last years largely increased attendance r w ith the unprecedented growth of Summeral Normal School both indicate that an era of prosflerity surpassing that of all rprevious years has opened forthe Normal Department of the State College tr For catalog es method of obtaining appointments ip Ptrmation regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to 4JAMES K PATTERSON Ph D LL D t j fSh or to D C Frazee Business Agent Lexington CY t FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 131ft 1906 fADotlARSAVEDJr f7sft dcalloi earned andy rr 14V can easilyisave severed donors on cTp7NOUNDS 7 Donli waste ccoWylabor iiipuThni on Sh cheap PamtTheco of labor is The rarg eS par ofyour painting bill UcctilJ oruYjL pi oputonpQ1n th t Uwearthai will look bestjIhaU is themost econ EothicabthaU will cover the mosiajnaesurfaceto the gallon wm w IfyouwanTJvBaruse MOUND m Ewu t CITYHORSBSHOBPAINIi Htjr Eit If youanbeauuseSHORSE SHOE PAINT If i youwariU covering J SliP2iTcnidasforecononA L oucanuse HORSErSHOEPAIM jandpuU the difference intbebank Ia I i = GET IT AT Ko t LIli t G zJ t 1 The first National Dank i t 5 t 1 r SPRINGFII Lt KY t J iiIl 50OOO r 8i 1 S5 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 1S J l l OFFICERSB I Litey President John W Lewiflj vll esi nii j t tA C Mcfilroj Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R r tFoster BookKeeper ll1 H Purdom Asst BookKeeper ELI l DIIUCTORSB L LUser j WfIicwis Sidney Green F M Camp I t bell RI Edelen John Q PolIti 1 rgt G GG f 4 j = i 1itL t 3Sc MARKS 6 GREEN L old Reliable Manufacturers f IIThe Dealers in all hinds of 7 st t LATHS SITINGLESI i IiIil SASH DOORS BLINDS tWe handle the celebrated lol Mixed Oannelt Coal tt IIf mntB t beBett j SI r IWelS are able agents for j f IIr 1rACME CEMENT PLASTERS 1 hTheBe ton Earth prices Right J + aOffice and Yards tuDoctor and Railroad Streets rlnKleldl Ky OOOO ic j =t ryfr 1tip it51kc CS EVERYBODYS BIGNESS l J 1rm t lO 1 l Is Nobodfys Business But our Buaness Qi j- s to give the ub1icihe best work in t1f Y f r ttIt i cAi ifit the least possible cost jGIVE USA Iff1I Ii i JeW P1ITCHARa Jg Fzf L 1f t l S1RJWGFIy h fi i Q r5- t i ffHayHand Out Hot Oe i Gen N P Ha vs Attorney Gleneraland iandidate for the V V mperatic nomination for Gov ijernbrr opened bj campaign in f a Henry county Monday His speech was avery severe arraign i laehtpf the present administra lfJto at Frankfort and be maTtes Ii s I anumberofvyserzouschargeITo AJ iseach candWate the following y questions i Jo you stand fora policy which takes prom the common 1schos oftbe State 28560 84 to pay for a Jlot of teachers regis trs and trustees record books I worth only 3000 If elected t will you continue such a po cy 4 o Jtoyon stand for a policy by v which 1a clerk iri the Insurance f Department is paid 1150 per month IJin order that said clerk may send a favorite of the State niachine50 monthly attheec penseofthe taxpayers f Do you stand fora policy which enables the machine to take from i v the proples pockets 12468125 h every four years to pav favorite I attorneys when it could and sbould not cost them more than 24000 i Do you stand for a policy which will take from the pockets of the people 40000 to pay an archi Ject for a set of plans and speci facatioa for the new State Capi t tolwhen they could and shoud have been furnished to the State at a cost of not exceeding 16000 t You have a right to know how these gentlemeii stand Qn these questions which soitally affect youri interests and you want to 5 and ought to retire every man to fprivate life who stands for such a policyT ETown News i yry Kodol for dyspepsia arier you meals See the effeot It will produce on your general lecling1 hy dlgbsting Your food and helping your stomach X to get itself into shape Many stom t achs iae overworked to the point twhare they refuse to go further Ko dbl digestsyour food and Jive ypor atpmaoTi the rest it needs while its fi reconstructive properties get the t somach back in working order Ko dol relieves flatulence sour stomach palpitation of tha berrt belo iLg etcjs All druggists He Predicts Trouble A prominent citizen remarked i to Tne Hustler man the oth r- v idayc If should ever be so Unfortunate as to die I hereby served notice that there will bed tifauble for the damphool who grinds out a lot of obituary Vp6etry in honor of the event as well as for that other cheerful idiot who prints a card of thanks 0 to the neighborhood for their S kindness in wishing mea plf as- v ant trip and to the undertaker yhpgetsthejob II t CRiQId BJIS1J1Ca J Mr RobertO Burke Elnora NYE FoIlevs Kidney I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and I wap qloated ny with dropsy and my eycsiirht was so impaired I coud scarcely see One of my family across the room I had given up hope of liv Irving when a friend recommended Fo leys Kidney Cure One SO cent bot Ljorkcdwonders and before I had lakeathe third bottle the dropsy had gon as well as other symptoms of Btigbtidiseage Sold byRecl Cross 1rrDrugStore Fined 50 Jean Avis Audelr who was fined 50 on the 7th inst for drawing a pistol on a man at j Muldraugti and who was incar cefjited in the cbuhty jail 10 liquidate the fine was released 1 Tuesday She was released upon c an oral agreement to leave thist c u ty and neier return agair Tne woman is involved in rays d TIT and it would requirera Solomon to lift tl e telpf1tf J CONSUMPTIONS WARNING iisMe facts become evident la outside syiptosD C G GXSEX t ejThe aid of Kaeptific inventions Is not i lungsesymptoms can readily noted by anyone of average in telligence There is BO disease known that gives so many plain warnings of its approach as coniunption1nd no serious disease that f1a1J be so quickly reached and checked riif the Medicine used is Dr Boschees- SCerman Syrup which is made to cure consu ptioa atsgeilkatGertnanSi t sJ7P e1dbe taken when warninp qwtJtMue gm Twakeniajf of the lungs ac Alpwiieaijylreqaent expectoratioa yourSewaiIa couu JIy ainady mtUdted yoc feMft np wi1rtIy effect a euit its 4oie beat iII tkoMidI Of urlopeJeMcol 3ssag tzstble IMwt ti iTTc The C usc of Many i Sudden Deaths There is ii disease prevnilin in this country most dangerous because so dijcep I tiL jtive Many smitten lenths are canseel if4Ib ithenrt cl s case pneumonia ii if iheatt failure or jJJ 4apophexy are often thc result of kid J jjuev disease If filney trouble is 5j iIovedtondvniice I lliekidueyppisoii ed blood wilt attack the vital organs causing qntarrh of the bladder or the IKdiieys themselves break down and waste away cell by celll Bladder troubles ajnfosj always result Irons a derangement if the kidneys and a cure is obtained ciuickejit by a proper trcatineiit ofthiclidii4ys Ifyoti are feel iiig badly you can iinllc mistake by taking Dr ICilmers pwampRoot the great kidney liver atttl bladder remedy It corrects inability to hold uriiie antI scalding pain in passing it and over comes that unplcnsanjt necessity of bteing compelleil to go ofteil through the day and to get up many times hiring the night Themild anil the extraordinary effect of Svam Rooj is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful curesof the most distressing cases SwampRoot is pledsailt to take and is sold by all druggist t in fiftycent and onedollar size bottle You may have a sample bottle of this votiderful new dis covryand a book th it tells ill about it both sent free by jnail Address DrKU mer Co Binghani tou N Y Whfii Syriting ujenlipn ten ling this generous offer in this paper Dont make any mistake but remember the name Swamp Root Dr Kilmers SuampRoot and the address Binghamtoij 2 Y on every bottle Llhas been traversihg this and gid joining counties for several months on ap onYwith a pack of twfclve cur dogs in her train Shekeeps her fdco veiled at all- tines and instead of sleeping in a comfortable bed she makes her bed in a sable or some outhouse and sleeps Lwith her doqq There are several theories ad vanced conjiprDing the woman one iis that sbeisla revenue detective as Several moon hine distilleries have been raided by revenue officers imme diately after her leaving the lo cality in which the illicit distilleries were situitdEiza rethtown News A sweet bieath adds to the jo v of r kiss You wouldntjuant to ciss your wife mother or sweetheart w tha bad lircath You cant have a sweet breath without a healthy stomach You cant have a heaithy stomach without perfect digerftbi There is only 6ne remedy that digests wnat Son elM and mattes the Jrceth as sweet as a rose anp that remedy is Kodol lor Dyspepsia Lt is a relief for sour stamach palpitation of the hart anp other ailments rrtsing from dis- orderof the stomach and digestion All drupgisls Traction Line By amended ar ides of mpor porations of the Central Ken r tuck Traction vhch were filecl at Lexington the company is ivenn the right tp construct 194 miles of traction lines from Lexingion Frankfort and NicKoiasville to various county seats in Central Kentucky It is proposed to build lines from Prankfot to Owenton Shelby yule Lawrence urg J rom Nicholasville to Harrodsburg Lancaster DanvJile from Win Chester to Mfcl Sterling and from Paris to Cynthiana By Vtmpletioa of this work of traction lines Lexington will be connected with eyery county seat in Central Kentucky as here are lines junping out of the city now to Paris George town and Versailles This com panv elected the following offi cerE Louis Descognets presi lentT D Murry secretary Henry Rainpy Philadelphia assistant secretary H JV Delaney Philadelphia treasurer JWStoll assisanttreaSurerHarro- dHJurg Herald Children like Kganedva Laxative Honey and Tar The pleasant stand oest cough syrup to take because jt contains no opiates All drugists Bryanv Sajrs Yes Washington OJ C Fo mer United States Senator Jam6s K Jones of Arkansas who was Chairman of the Democratic whenWiJ1hampaignfovthe Presidencj in 1890 and 39CO has received a letter from Mr Bryan1iin which he anuounces he will accept the nomnation for the third time if it tendered to him The lletter is dated jjune 18 atStOCk holm and is follows I have been wa chirg pol t ical developments and have noted with gratification the yin jdication of Democratic princi pies You hatfe correctly stated my position As I wrote to C JJl Wetmore iI shall do nothing to seaure an other nomination and do not want one uols the conditllhs sem to demand it itterfreedOm lThere are l owe er certain reforms v hich I we ud like very I w 5S much to see aeoompUahed and to assist lit the accomplishment of these reforms I am willing to become the party cacdidatengain- if whtn the time fqr nonlination arrives the advocates for reform are in control of the party and think that my candidacy will give tthe best assurance of victory If someone else fjeems more available 1 shall be even better pleased HI need not assure yoa that I am more interested in seeing ocr principles tI iump ant than I am in the personnel of the ticket The country needs to have Jef jferspniaTn Democracy applied to allthe departments of the Gay ernment Sta te and national and- I am content to help to mike this application Kennedys Ijaxative Honey and Tar is the originoj laxative coughisyrup- and cumbiucs the qualities nece8ary to rfilicee the cough and purge the system of crld Contains no opiates All drugff stg We SPORTING WORLD The American Tennis Chnmp BcalB C Wright oC Boston was the chief hope of the American tennis world In the matches In England for the Davis trophy and the lutornnUonal championship Wright recently Injured his serving arm on board ship and since arriving i r MEALS C WKiairr TENNIS CHAMPION tn England he has developed blood poisoning and may not play In the matches Wright Is champion of America In singles and when In flee vard was chamP Ion of that university Other members of the American team are llolcombe Ward and Krelgh Collins tVnntIIcrrcrii Blacklisted The spqrtinj public of time Pacific coast awolcc with a dark browii taste lulls mouth as n result of the ller retaNelsoii fight fiasco nud It will be inaiiy a lay before the followers of the boxing game recover from time shock Cotidenmatiou of Hcrrcra and his action Is general and a movement has been started to have him blacklisted in every reputable boxing club lii the country Nelson and Nolan are the sorest taut of men In Los Angeles but that almost unanimous approVQl llsJI en for the stand taken by theni is sonic balm for the wounded feelings and pocketbpoks Jeffries published statement In ivhlch he lauds Nelson to the skies Is particularly pleasing to the Dane who on account of his re feud to permit Jeffries to referee the BrlttNelBon light had not stood well with the cxcbnuiplpii Nolan made a demand for the 1000 forfeit which was deposited by lice rent to make the fight It Is likely that Ilorr ra will meet this with a demand for the 1000 Nelson posted for ap pearance Nolan Is now with Nelson In New York where It iIs believed a mim her of good matches await thn Uta Wrltlnrf n head Assistant Editor J see here that ah EnsMsli general was badly cut In open j lug a wine 1otLIe Vliat sort of a head shall I put oil It Managing Edltor Oh Just sayerious Accident to British Man of War f In Attempting to Get Into Port American Spectator LlacnlaUc Abllltr- l pQce knew a inca who talked seven languages anil time mot he ever could earn was 11 a week Thats nothing I know a woman wliocan talk yourarm off and I dont bolIcVc she ever yarned 10 cents Chicago Herald t t Let It Shine Theres lots of sunshine Iii the world remarked the optimistic board crf True replied the cynic But what the world needs Is not so many people who carry awnings Slllttaukee Sentinel lsTlie Bent lie Had Lady See hero Aint ybu ashamed to be bitting that poor horse with that whip Driver I be mum lie dont mind It a bin Would ycr kludlj handme dat fence rail Judge Proof flow do you kuov your husband ntIInext morning answered Mrs Wise Washington Star j An Injuitic- eDiggiI understand that HIggins Is quite a julever financier BjggsWehI he isnt Why that man nnrcr beat anybody out of a cent In his life Chicago News l WOMAN AND tAflO1 Frock ror Little Girl This dainty little girls frock Is made af white batiste the skirt bint1ti reloped In embroidery flouncIng The shaped bertha Is of the batlste edged with narrow lace For a girl of four year one and a ulf yards of material thirtysix inches F1tncliIHUSs ride are noouod for the waist and ono indzi half yards jbf Uoimclng for the tklrt If the frock is made entirely of Jmtlste twosud u quurterTardswlll be required Summer StIes Tlio throe stylfer that will be worn most of all this jumincr see vpry much tike tho old styles It seouis absurd to mention them ns now yet they have points which miike them new There Is the prjuce skirt coming or1Jrdktort In the back mind loiiu In the front The kilted skirt wHltfEton eottt nail rrdlo made of cloth or linen or thin Hiinmcr stuff Avjll lid worn again And there will bo tUe elrctilar skirt with little loose coat nicely trimmed vlth handwork ajul wade nlong tho tailored with plenty of stitching Lad seams veryjUenjly HnWieil SHU Petticoat Koonoiuy A silk pfttlcont m11111O mudeto serve slimiest twitt Us usuhWriod of use ruhiess If it is llneil aS far down as the bottom nillle with units veiling or somi other llghtwcljiht fabric Time weight of the skirt Is nobnotlceibly In creased nor does it spoil the fit about hips If carefully ilone doing this the skirt Is kept In IDF there will lie much loss y to split at tLe acauiB a fault that is sq commonly developed in silk petticoats especially those of taffeta- Tlic Lure Bolfro The special dress sensation Of the icasoii the lIUIo white lace bolero trhlch is made ot Irl h lace and Is cut tike a bolero except that it Is a little longer It looks just a trifle like a lace oat In Maitnlfth Style The latest of time iplain shirt waists five evidence of masculine Inspiration imt arc essentially mannish In effect hits one Is cut much after the manner a mans outing shirt but with prct iy shirt Walst sleeves mill the deep luffs of the season In this inetaace is of white linen and Is worn with a iklrt of checked wool material that Dimmed with braid But while the PLiN SUflV WtTST hodol Is especially deIgncd for time lid waist and Is particularly desirable li white linen madras and materials If the sort there ate a great many oth r shirtings that are handsome and olored linen Is being Introduced Avhllo igalu tenu be ujcd with jsklrt to match if lilted The skirt Is a favorite jf time season giving a circular effect erhlle it Is cut in six gores Time trout idgcs are Inmmod and arranged over i strip of the material and can be treat id In various Ayays Ifor the odd skirt mohaIr cud lightweight wools arc most popular but for the entire costume the iklrt suits everything seasonable innioti nuLl Clncinnntl Ball players predict Out Ocd Hanlon will fail to make a high class testis of the Ileus that Is they see nothing bet ter than fourth place for Cincinnati this year Jarry Ilorrnmn Is the most liberal magnate in baseball and never lets big PrIces stand In the way of get ting playciv but It scorns that no mat tel whom le gets or how many playcn tho result about the same t tho end of enl season Cincinnati Is a great basebull town jnd das rrC5 to have a team tuat caii stay in thiithlclc of time fight for tim dmmplbiishlp to the end Three Lessoms The value of a thickly populated com munity of a well organized military body under capable and resourceful leaders the wisdom and expediency of some system for providing a reserve water supply and the resistance of carefully built anchored steel steno tures to earthquake shocks of Average violence atc three lessons impressed upon the public mind by the San Fran cisco disaster Louisville CourierJour J t DIIC5t6OM Of lion Scaly diseases of hogs are produced by excessive heat in tho summer and cold ftf the winter says American tg ricultiirfet These are greatly Iwief fited by provititaguhods during the hot weather and comfortable quarters when It is cold If iheplg Is fat glv iI It froro one to two ounces of milpbafa of magnesia dissolved lit onehalf pint of water Then give it onehalf dram acotato of potash three times a day The diet during this time sHould bs of 1 coding nature Poultry Kotcw Cloaulfness Is next to godliness In poultry culture as iiiuch as In anything else Clean quarters kcop down thQ ice prevent sickness and add tothe rood returns 7ILice soon weaken the strongest fowls check ogg production and make tie business unprofitable Good sharp grit prevents lIndigestion A neglected case of indigestion will Isad to liter trouble then tho jfowls go light and de PEOPLE OF THE DAY Packing HoaNe Invc tlgr tlon The invostlgation of the Chicago packlnghiowioi by diaries P NfeHl atid lames B ICeynolds specially commls sidncd by President Roosevelt for that purposA will donbtlcss result In a thor ough reform of the Inspection system 1c11I1111wns J NEiLLJnent Mi wr N ill and Iteyuolds wore sent to Chicago to heck up Mc Cabes rpport Charios P Nelli Is a native qT Illinois anti has been oumuiigsioncr of labor since Februnrj VtK He was cdutinV ed at Ge4iietoiiuziiveraIty tO1fmciflt-t graduate courses at Johns Hopkins aijd Chicago iinifvtvltios and was for many years profowor of ccoiiQinlcs at the Cathoito university Washington On the roconnnendation of John litchcll Itrecidcnt 6f tln United Mine Workors Jlr XC Ill was appointed assistant r cordbr of the anthrlRQite coal strcc commission of 1903 An Unhealthy Dnslncnx- Mtes Olga Xctiiersole at a rasfiptiou given in Philadelphia in her honor told u quaint little story about actresses Tlmiv was a country girl tlte bo gsa who laid down her knitting with a sigh one night ami said Ah mother how Id like to be one of those tat nctrosscs or singers on the stKge Would ou kkl tho mothor un oaslly I dont know Its an unhealthy busIness hnrt Itr Why Is lir xskcd the daughter It must be sakI the mother Jont you always see their names in the pa pers toiilug how theyve been taking tonics iMitiit medicines and so onrBoatoft Pout Jactt Ina lon si n IriKcInn Jack tOHdon the author vns intro ducQdbtw dy to It musiclnu I too rn It nH IeUii In a small way LondOn Sjlk1 iSly niHSical tal ont oute the moan of sRVJng inv life Flow vn that the mu ci u nAtwl Tharo tiut gret Jluad In out tiiwn my Iniyliooil replied omlon IinWhoii the ritler s rllttOtIr house my got on bed and 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