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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r b s 11iA1ED1893J 7 I t UEW SERIES VOL XIIL NO 28 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY JULY 19 1906 a PER YEAR I IffF TRUSTY PRACTICAL l DENTISTOffice over Haydan Barber jVhtal Workatraasonabl prices jtyl york guaranteed t PlINGFIELD1IT OUR DIRECTORY f SPRINfiEtELD county seat pf- ITasfeingtonl County 52 miles south tst of exinpton 59 miles from Louisville on Bardstovrc branch of Louisville and Nashville railroad in E farming And agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone LINeS express office flour mills lumber yards Poptration 1100 population of r seaMy 15000- XepiesentaUve iu Congress Hon D gSaittHodgcnVil1e Ky Representative in Keutuck Legis at rer Boa W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harrr Lancaster Lebanon Ky J I County Directory r CIRCUIT COURT circuit Court begins on the fourth I diy in ebctiaryfMaY and Octo her X Jf Thurman Judge iR li Durham Commonwealth At oner F M Campbell Clerk J4G I eachmaD Master Cpmmlss er QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third iCoaday in each month Lr4J4tsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Cuiirt meets on the fourt ifomday in each mouth JJ L Litsey Judge W F Booker COunty Clerk TS Mayes County Attorney j George atlett Jailer p Sidney Oabourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell HerbertE ldleman D putIe lEd Masters I James F Moore County Survey T P OBryari Assessor W Tilitcheli Deputy RobertNoe Treasurer 3 M Montgomery Coronet JtV Bush Supt of Comm chooli P O Springfield CITY COURT James it Noej Police Judge John Grace Marshal t V Qrlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT j Jhitlce Courts are held in Januar April July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Se- 7jionthe First and Third Suudai In each month at 11 a m and 73a p i I Sunday School every Sunday atlO ai Payer m eing every Wcdnesda aJght CATHOLIC CHURCH J Rev P F Hennessay Pastor S vices very Sunday at 8 Aud 10 ocloc jij mV Services at St Rose same boa P CHRISTIAN i CHURCH Jtf Wai den Pastor Sex every S inday BESBYTEEIAK CHURCH J ReT Ti D Latimer Paste Preachinjf every Sunday at 11 ain dC aad at 7 pm Sunday school eve tinday at 10 am Prayer meetir very Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Williams Pa tt Preaching every Sunday at 11 a m andy 745 pin Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting evry Tuesday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders iASONic LODGE Springfield lodge No 50 meets first and third Monday ircach month Washington A Chapter No 57 t Beets every second Tuesday 7 Springfield Council No 52 meets on rerr tburth Monday KtacHTS of THE MACAHKBS M- eetFOLEYS ac KIDNEY CURE t WILL CURE YOU bf any case of Kidney or Bidder disease that is not frcfond the reach of medi0 trie Take it at once Do rislchaving Brights Dis eor Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay J JIcaztd1OOottles WVSTiTUTZIc For Mbj RedCross Drug Si r r v r i 7 THENews leader1 J t L mnni lriWiU liJ lriiW tA ROUND Of TALK The CloverI Blossoms I When swajlqws swington slautud wingi Round ancient barns and where they mow The bobolink sings spink Spank spinkj And white the olbvor blossoms blow enermownrl And breezestitd bpiighs abut the house Shake restless iiepks of light and shade Wfiep soft winds bring the tinkling fnngOf whetted scythe from meadows low r Lank link lank linkV and tink tank tink j They answer to jthcl whetstones blow When crickets chrit fullIoud and shrill Amid the darkness of the mows And on the hazy pasture hill Lazily bUnk the drowsy cows When clouds are highest injihe sky Like seagirt of fIe cy show It is the reign of fair Julyr When white the clorblossomsblow Youths Companion IF ULL REPORT At ti meeting of the City Council held sub1mittedreport showjngif the receipts and expenditures 6f the city for the tJbeIIi a verygoodJ condition financially at present as the greater part of the prc pert l andllicense taxes are collected before July 1st Some of tIe items of re ceipts are Property and poll tax 302033 business professional and amusemerit license U37 saloon license 750 fines forfeit uies and other accounts 150 dog license 123 cash balance from 1905 69787 malcing the total re ceipts from all purce56720T- he expenditiir43 are as follOws Unpaid accounts for the year 1905 paid 104 37 salaries for tity officers 47585 supplies for city 15965 streets sidewalks 3tcM 13395 fir6 departmeufc and ptfund 4695 miscellaneous expenses 980 This statement 3hows cash in the hands of the rreasurer of 880363 The city clerk alsp submitted a state ment of the estimated receipts and expenditures for the next six nionths tlanding December Jlst 1906 Ampng the items pf the estirnatediricome are Retail J liquor license not due 1000 licensei taxes business andpro fessional due 100 property and poll taxes due 1000 sidewalks and street assessment 300 The estimated expenses and fixed charges for the nextsix months are also given and among the principal items we note tile follow ing SpringfieidWater Electric Light Ctt 262998 note and interest to First National flank 114462 salaries fir city officers 4jG950 due on hose contract 400 appropriation for crushed rock 200 bills payable 100 fire department 06 leaving a balance on hand for general pur poses of 119353 The estimated receipts and expenditures for the six months to como are accurate Enough with the excep tionof the saloon license which is to say tjie least a little risky estimate If local option carries at the election nextm nth there or1license r lU IOUISVILLE ecured the permanent site of ie Kentucky State Fair over aexingtonj which fferecl 50 00 The vote stood 5 to 4 Air wjll be held in Louisville iis year at either the Louisville ockey club grounds or at Doug- S Park Clarence Sale of lOuisville was appointee secre iry of the State Board of Agri Iture Forestry and Iminigra ion and will act as secretaryof le fair Louisville is decidedljy le more accessable place for eople for people of Washington unty who desire to visit their and the selection will proba ly be a popular one oh that ac ount here We beleive however hat Lexington would have roven the most popular location m account of it being situated in he ll art of the live stock indus ry of the state ann the people of hat place being vitally interes ed in the successoftlie fair 4 tF GREAT IMPORTANCEA- matter which is of great importance and benefit to the usiness men of Springfield as ell as to farmers of the county the rulingrof the Kentucky iailroad Lomtoission as regards the reductions in freiglifc rates ne reduction amounts to one urth or twenty five per cent on il commodities shipped from pringfield to Louisville or from iOnisville to Springfield For ample the former rate on ias Kol was 41 cents per undred and the new rate makes 31 cents pr the old rate on lass m was 12 cents and tlie ow rate is 9 cents There are Seventeen different classifications n freight as handled bIYthe dilr ads and those include about 000 different commodities The eduction in the rates toSpring field will mean a saving of thousands of dollars annually to the business men of the town and shipltlstock indirectly consumer Mr 0 0 McQhordj of this place who is chairman of the railroad commission Ijas been working for months on this new c asifieationwliichVhen It goes into effect will mean so much to Kentucky us it applies to rates all over the state alke Bors said He Would RotLiyo Peter Fry of Voydrufl Pa writes After doctoring for two years with the best pbysiclians in Wuyn sburg and still getting woifle the doctors advised me if I had any business to attena to I had better attend to it at once asl coulfluot possibly live another monfhta3 there was no care for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recom mended to me by a friend awl 1 im mediately sent my Don to the stone for it and after taking three bottles of It I began to get Better and con tlnuec to improve until I was entirely well Sold by Red Cross Drug Store Apple Trees Being Damaged Fromevery secionof the State comes the complaint of an insect Which is badly damaging ifi not dbtroiing the apple trees iroughout Kentucky The sit tIation has beccjme sq aurming that farmers and frujt growers i are at a loss to know what cours to pursue IBunhes of dead leaves can be seen all over the trees and an examination revealst the fact that the twig severa inclies town the limb is dead lhajvingfthe appearance of being scorched The aopkinsvil1e New Era says gome Tanners in that section have adopted spraying but as yet no visible results have deen obtained One farmer claims that he has discovered a strange insect on his trees It is smaller than the head of a pin and about the color of an orange Friday afternoon as he claijns there was no sign of an insect pn a certain tree and on the fpllow ing morning tne tree was dead having been killed during the night by the insect which cov ered the tree in the thousands Other treesstanding near by were seemingly not affected by the insects although he has already lost several trees and has no hope saving hip orchard now lie says the trees have the appear ance of having passed through a tire Extensive inquiry has fail edsofai to find anyone who anything of the insects ATrlcFill1sli A wat mans neglect permitted a leak in the great North Sea dyke which a childs finger could have stopped to become a ruinous break devastating ao en tire provinceof Holland In like manner Kenneth Mclver of VanceborOi Mo permitted a lit tie cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by PV Kings New Discovery He writes Three dopt rs gave me up to die of lung iDflammution caused by a neglected cld but Dr Kings New Discovery saved my life Guaranteed bet cough and cold cure at 0 J Haydons drugstore 50c and 100 Trial bottle free The Springfield Fair Secretary Kimball 0 f the Springfield Fair Co is much en cc raged in over the prospects of a tine fair this year and he is re c iving inquiries from horse men all over the state who expect to at end arid to1 take part in the contests Last year no airin the State excelled it in tfie quality or quantity of st ck shpwri or in the closeness of tno competition for the different prizes This year tIle fairwill be even better if possible as the value of the premiums has been increased Aside from numerous rings ranging from 810 to 35 there will bo a saddle ring of60J a combined ring of 100 and a rctujster ring of100 bouble team 50 best turnout 50 The first day as usual will be ladies day when the handiwork of the ladies and the products of the farm wilt be shown The catalouges are now out and can be had uP9n application to A C Kimball Secretary Lost Strayed from my place about a mile from Litsey on or about the 15th two Si year old steers marked with an under bit in the left ear Any information lead ingto the recovery of these cat tie will be rewarded John Grigsbyj 3t RFD Nol Spring fieldTCy The Wheat Crop t Wheat is selling on the Bards town market at 08 cents and a ood deal of it is coming to town The grain started at 70 ceits and Mr Hilary Bowliogof near town sold over 400 busbels at that price It is hardly likely that it will go lower than the present priqe Tue crop this year isfine and if the weather continues fa vorftb e jor a short time longer the crop will have been threshed out in this county Several fields in this county have averaged thirty bushels whie some have gone over this amount There will be one of the best corn crops this year than there has been for some tim The stork is big and strong aid of good color and their is plenty of iit Almost every farmer in the county have large crops andl all give promise of yieldingi heavily Standard Lost Strayed or Stolen One dark roan horse about 14 hands high Send informatiin i to J E Brothers Atiocb Ky BECKHAM POLITICS1 I Jo Ai Parkers Paper Make a Few Political Ob servations The Journal of LaborToe At Parkers paper takes a tew shots at Gov Beekham and Mayor Barth as follows The Old Politician is a very busy man and is out of the city a great deal but hedropj in naw and then long enough to renew old acquaintances and feel the publicpulse and while he usually pries around among those who rease the machine that runs things and keep a few politic a1 secrets in their ico chests The result of his last visit is to see that the rank and life wheel horses of the flalderaanGraiogf r BarthBeckham party in Louis ville feel that they have bad thd Hraw sldeal known to the inr gratitude of man Just think said an active member of the election reserves Look wot wedid fer Pollv Barth an now we gets trun down Bet her life when dem Beckham repeaters comes around next lection day some of em gets de heads skinned No more boosting dem fellers fer me The linguage wasnt very elegant but it was forcible Red that is the way bunch feels in Lou ville now It is a poor politician who goas back on a friend Whatever may be the faults of a political boss or a machine as long as it totes fair and stands by its friends t has one redeeming trail but when disloyalty is ad ol 10 othtr political crimes e ooneyard is inevitable And in the meantime there is Governor Beekham standingln the limelight throwing shafts or bitter sacasin at Squire Hoff man who is having a lot of fun if nothing better Bcckham stool in the lithe light once beforein 1900 and since and each thna he won sue cess at tfce polls yaliopen alliance with the whisky inter ests the Red Light District and the Short Ohange Syndicate But now he comes forward tp slay the monsters from whose mate nil brea t he drew the food upon which borrow greatness Andin the hurleyhurley without a wish to criticii Governor Beekham the Old Politician can best pause to enquire what brought about jthe change of heart in an old time friend Were not the same laws in regard to Sun day closing on the statute books stven years ago that are there now Why has your Governor sat still with lheOey lost inn thered light district for tet years s long as the famin last ed in Egypt and never cheap ed about Sunday dosing until the Hall man Barth combine wore aboutto be boosted out of power by justice in the formjof a contested election fIs there anyone who can ell what has brought about this sud den change of heart Har our Govenor had a vision his an an gel of light appeared to hi in with a reidy made cdcieofmorals or has Jie fallen upon a new scheme to further his ambition in short is he holding out a few choice cards in his sleeve Cripps for od times sake let me tell you it is poor politics to go back on a friend it is a risky swap to ZTfiris41trn Feed your hair nourish it give it something to live on 1willAyers Hair Vigor is the pnly j genuine hairfood you can biiy It gives new life to the hairbulbs You save whatIhair you have and get too And it keeps the scapI clean and healthy The best kind of a testimo1a1ISoltt for ovwr YOXLp 11rtadebYrcAelcoLOWel MU I 1zjeTth- J PILLS give an old frindfo a new tie Savey This is atip from you I friend theIOLD POLITICIAN t IDoeS evil still yonr wholel life fill Woe betiec Your thoughts abide on suicide You need a pill Nov for prose anjcl factsDcitt Little Karly Liscrs are the most plcgi ant and reliable pills known today They never gripe All druggists Hs the Crop Cornered- In Bourbon county the bue grass seed crop is the smallest in recent years There is prac tically no market for the crop as dealers are at sea as to wha price to fferVithan estimate yield of the entire bluegtass sec tioo of Kentucky of only 27500 bushels only about onefcurtl of ii crap one would suppose that a high price would prevail bIJt dlalersare apprebensive for fear that Winchester parties who can trol the supply of old seed migh1 orce the price of the new croi to a point teow what they might consider rented from the scar city of seed and are therefore awaiting developments M t Sterling Advocate Notice AU persons having claims asainst the estate of Mrs Kiir Green deceased will pre ent same properly proven to us on vr before August 15 190G This July 16 1906 C A GREEN nJ C MoELROYj Admrs Mrs Kate Green deed Unknown Against Hager A Lexington special to the Herald says the Beekham fac tion of the Democratic machine which has been rent in twain win have a new candidats for Governor and he will be a polio tician who has never before been mentioned in connection with Gubernatorial honors This was in elTecJ the state ment made tonight by a loa politician who is probably in closer touch with the Beckham end of the machine than anj one in Fayette county Ths gentle man said that he did not knqX tile name of the candidate since bis informant wouldnot divulge that but lIe said that be would be a strong man poiticall and ope who would give Hager and whatever other candidate ther inoy be a raco No one hero who ia versed lijI Kentucky politicall affairs doubiij that there has been a serious split between Gov Beekham and his erstwhile candidate for GOt ernor Auditor Hagei It is now sal that even before a disagree meet bad been hinted at there hid been itirious differences between the tao growing but of what Hasrer termed Beckham s unwise action from a political standpoint m putting oh the lid n Louisville and other cities and firther antagonizing the liquor iut3rest by the passage of thp county unit bill and the gallop tax on rectified whiskey It iis that Hagec disapproved or this course beleiving that the oppp aition of liquor mon which was bound to result would there than counteract the effect on the law and order element in the State Further troubleseems to be in store for Gov Beckham It is charged by Lexington people who are bitterly disappointed over their failure to get the State Fair that had the Governor played fair with them he would have appointed men on the Board of Agriculture who would have given Lexington the fair whether orno Efforts are be lag made to read politics into the State Fair site decision but thosa who know place litfie- credencein the rumor Lexington which is usually fuzzing with politics lis begin ningto sit up and take noiice over the turn alfairs have takn Republictni leaders here see in DcmtcraheIranks a fine chance for the elc c tion of a Republican as Governor next year It is alwas well to Lave a box of salve in the house gunburn cuts bruises piles and bolla jleldto DiiWitts Witch Hazel Salve You should keep abc ou band at all times to provide for emergencies For ycarsJbe standard butfollpwedby manyiitnltators Be sure get the genuine DeYJJtts Witch Aazel Salve All druggist It An Explanation H c i IWf have received a severe KeelingharrierI iYillisburg also one from tie Postmastei at Willisburgforoui little item published oine rime ago tin the enect that oUnn of out Subscribers had been complaining a out not getting the News Lead er promptly on Thursday We tind on further in vestigation that Someof these complaints wore without sufilcient caus others came from patrons of other ofn pes Another explanation of the delay was the fact that on two occasions recently we have been Delayed in get ing the paper out until the carrier had gone out on Thursday morning We have no desire lodoei her the postmaster jOt the rural carrier an injustice as we believe they are both eGO cientiou5 an J painstaking officials und gladly wake this explana jtionr tHTwenty Yeai Battle 1 was a loser in a twenty year battle with chronic piles and ma- ignantsoresi until I tried Buck turnlediota trace remains J writes A vll Bruce of Farm Me Var jBest orcld ucpr cut t burns ltd founds 25c at 0 J Hay Ion diggist b A Scoffer i We leard one of our young men nakin fport o treligion in front if our office the other day His moustache rad just begua tc sprout and judging from his talk his mental faculties were not as ell eveloped as his moustache D f ngour brief stay upon earth we have seen mamy just such young men cold in death We have see atheist at rest in his casket but before being consign ed to their last resting place they have all been carried through thp doors of a church and hid prayers said over them This young man could scoff afc religion in his strength and beauty of hqaitb but if the darkangel should get afer him he would instinctively regret what he had said and look into the future with fear and trembling When ore stinds before the open door bl etarnity his desire to scoff at re ligion vanishes We admit there are bad men in the church but oven tbese black sBeep in the flock night be blacker if they weer outside No young man or old one either should condemn the noble efforts ofthe army of Christian men and women arc making towards battering the condition of thing and whether va attend church Or not but few ofus would desire to live in a community where there was no church Young men in the fu ture if your must scoff at relfe ionRleas J get a little further from our office if you do Dot want tO see your name in plIntWIn chest l Democrat JOnly82 Years Old I am only 82 years old and d nt expect even when I get to be real od to feel that way as long as lean get Electric Bitters says Mrs E H Brunson of Dub lin Ga Surely theres nothing else keeps the old as young and makes the weak as srongas this grand tonic medicine Dys pepsi torpd liver inflamed kid neys or chronic constipation are unknown after taking Electric Bitters a reasonable time Duar anteed by 0 J HAydon drug gist Price 50c i Kentucky Horses Kentucky wiLt make a great mistake if she imports horses of any sort to interfere witn the present conditions says George 1M Bommelr animal husbandman of the U S Government She has now the best class pf horses of any State inthe Union she is mote fortunate in the individuals and in theblood lines which she has evolved She has to do with one class of horses thought harness horse and she should not 1try either to go outside pr to import blooto mix with it The the various brands of coach hcrses may be all very well in their way but if brought toKe tubfy and crossed pn the ispltav did saddle andpharoess bl pd jOt have here fhey would prove I w SiiMICi88S UBSCRj710t I 810A YEAR Snnnl J detriment rather than a beip 1 Lkewjse the draft horse You rido not need him you have our have your mule It v uldbealt fright if both dr aftr stallions and draft mares were brought In and y mated thus producing purebred draft horses The trouble would be witH the crosses Draft stal lions might be allowed to setvav any sort of mares The mongrel sTitjgeny resulting would be adi 7 t2rioratou raihsr than a benefit JtIle best plan for Kentucky tool low is to le well en uhi aJpnell t Youpr duce now the best thor oughbredsthebest saddle hors es and the best light iiarness horses raised in America Your l stock has a splendid and valua bin iinfusion of Ahproughbred Iiblood that makes particularly i dlsirable YOJ have proved what iOU can do along these lines and you can keep up In the future what you havd accomplished InA the past IIA Hart LIt 0 of troubes to contend with t spring from a torpid liver and blockaded bowels unless you i awaken them to Iheirproper ac tion wihf Dr Kings New Life Pills THe pleasantest and most efiecjive cure jor constipation iis They prevent appendicitis aroT 4tone up the system 25c at CJ Haydpns drug stpre Behind b sX i 1 Neverbefore was the cry pf v 7 i help uttered by so many pf our 1 farmers who are far behind with1 ifil their work owing to the fact that the latter halt of June was a wet time and consequently set them back cor sideraby It is indeed a p table condition to be placed in thE middlepf a 10 or 15 acre tobacco patch that resembles a beautiful blue grass sod rather than a ltobacco patch with no one ff j to help in tnis tedipns undertak 3 ling of uprooting the clusters ojC tcrab grass that has entivined the f 3 plants jn such a manner ast9 q cause bouble work for nothing till some cases r71Guileless Discomfiture iin ihe form of a Itff t fraud orJer issued by the Postof i j tice Department Saturday has4jjvercome the exploiter of thi t vinelesSpotato This proves i to be cne Pf lie latest mediuais S of separating guileless fpjr from their money MrPD W Dar J A ofChicagp and the VinelessPo j tqtato Company of Chicago isjthe combination at which the on lder iis directed It was advertii J ed that with a combinattoti 9fj i t sawdust and po a me the Itait JbottleJ r iseu in a bin 10 feet iaenirJ t 100 fe et long as in an acr oft Yjt gro nd in anentireseason Ub8 J right to use the system was inar eted by the company at f2o a reason Figuring out that they could 1II 1 forth raise potatoes for three toJ cents a bushel and sell them br J six a great many farmers whose titbacks W ere tired from the oldr lfashioned way of raising potatoes began to nibble at the fcllarin bait Of course they compl inei 5 tp the Postoffice Departiicent when they discoqered that tBer had beendupedIi j Insurance r t f J Insure in the farmers Hood e li ns11r nee Company of Junctioa t ithei fi1J of paying its Ioss3 in full prtI 1 Ji1 HOrriM D William MerHtt of Mar Lib f f erty Gasoycpantywa baUrc J k lied last Tuesday afternoon jbj ohuge oak log ro1hizmg wsj on and crushinghim jtathts you n g mans skull was britM7 g lyl tH Colder with whom M liT 4 Be was engaged in baalinf kyu to a saw mill nr bj wh d UM acMdent happened The ijiiis i pf the load was too much fbr wagon and in paMftikf JbW ptaM 1j intherodittoppd thiV fing ypansrMerriMt off Mwi o O tnc lov qitfnM BMVii AY9 cate j iIjthJCS13ICtI tFLr t t Th jsmdItCI1yrbi 1stII iiJroat AU rJo1 rr THE PuatRaD yayTM7ajy i at A YEAR IN ADVANCE i r SPlllIf GFIELD K Y t it BzJ 1 4 ue H t i eil JlURfCW1 ei eB4WUw ad political teJptrliM Job wII 4tkribitCM AaTMdkkteff iti 1k1 JiC1jIJ W JI4tissrJi4 ui1d n tozsot rupee t sk1pIW LmIeIuNa1II ot5 I ICOI44r4 iCI 4 THOR8BAT JULY19 1906 IWeA Robert Noe M afcamdidate for the office of Clerk ftbe Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratcpartyi nIJiai HargiBand Ed Callahanp tLe Botoridus Breathitt county i fetfdw i were acquitted after a trial remarkable in many res pecte and possessing sonce dis graceful Jeatures Curt Jett who is a rving a life term for v the Murcui a murder alter making a confession implicating IHirgis and Callahan as the cheii cOspirz1o E apieircd on thfi witnMI drunk atirpudiI atedhisAttd n entirely Th jjury entirely oi Democrats yet Lee county from which it iWt drawn is Republii caP by several hundred votes Hargis is member of the Demo t cratic Slate Central Committee and is said tobea strong sup ptero Urn present adminis tration i The Kentucky and Ohio To i tecco groi ersAssociationat ff msetirg iin Lexington decided tc nakenoe Tort to control the the burley bob icco market ihis yea and to re urn to stockholders t who desire ifc their ipro rata of tbOOO0 intjle treasury There will jprpbably be few stock holeers who will not desire the 1retnrn of t ben this small portion TM970QC to be returned rcpe nts25C 00 collected from the farmers of the tobacco dist ict Small favc rs are thankfully re ceied 4 It is saiilthat the Lexingib People are sore because Louis ville secor red the State Fair over them At a meeting of ci iz ns it was decided to hold a Blue grass Pair and a bout5000a phave btan suDtcribed to it Tte OnluIt Foley Co Chicago originated Bdtwy aad Tar asu throat and lung remedy am on account of the great 4 Honred for the g nle Ask for PoleyV Honty and Car and refuse any ubstl lUte affercd as no other preparation vill five tb a stme satisfaction It if optdeadalicat jjersons Solp iy Red Cros- sDr4toret M IRliSVILLE I t Well wa had a good rain last k Monday hicn wes badly needed p Mr W H Boblet suffered a relapse ar d now lies in a critical ccndition Wheat threshing was delayed a few diy by the recent rains The ice c earn supper was well attended at Maud last Sunday night av out 35 was realized Over tliinj pascd off Q iie ly Rev I ggpss PIP thed to g LdAcrov d last fciuudaj mtsrninu ijndniglu at New Hope church 4 1 srThe we f cl im theq are gain jn grbara in Ih s section We hope the Hon Io Black rburn wil run for Uovernor tbi n WB will lso how Washington county st i JdsrThat daalh is always sad was btautjiullv illustrattd in the t death of JTrancis Moore wife ofr Arthur Moore wlio depiitd this lirA July 0 1906 as the result Z of child buth ihe biby is st livin It w tOetthercltilc l AId usnd uvive her the thiatl nncALay SpiingfIk1 Rei4 j maiLs were interrdiu New herlIBroe axellORear Ci Naim t siverJpe che or x1 opt n t bocesyilIe1gst Pt JMJ ol iIs iile4risitirig her mtt n at this place bIt irAIJ b b i f j 1J1 yvp MaokvIIc Mrs JE Harmon who has been qu fa sick for several days ig now thought tyke slowly im proving On lafct Sunjay there came a bright eyed little boy to brighten- he home of Mr apd Mrs Rob o4tom Mr and Mrs Whitenack and daughter of Indian were visit ing at the Hotel last week Misses Benlah acd Van Arnold f Maud were visiting friends here last week On last Thursday night Miss ula Lear entertained a few ofthe oung people in honor of Miss WHitenacfc of Indiana Miss Nor Yancie accompanied oy her mother went lo Louisville last week to consult a f pedal ist in regard to her eyes A protracted meeting will be gin at the Baptist church here on next Sunday the pastor will te assisted bv Rv Williams of Springfield The phidrens day exercises were given at tIe Christaii hurch on last Sunday bight Quite an intirestittir program was rendered in a most pleasing mat e Mrs WillRaybourne pre sided at the organ The crowd resent was tt e largest we have tvn since the dedication Miss Ethel Turner home from ndianapolis to spend awhile Sne was accompanied by her grandmother Mrs Fleming- A notable event occnred at tbe residence of Paris Peter in Mack ile on the 12th inst when he celebrated his 85th birthday at uishome in the presence of a few friends and Kindred including his past r the Rev Mr Walker jf this place and two brothers Or Preston Peter of Logan ounty Ky and Orceneth Peter of this county Paris Peter is one of the few men who has pass id four score to be found in this action He bas been a member f the Methodist chprch for abont seventy pears intellect is clear ind he is toad of reading and his riens ard has one of the best kfpt gardens to be fourd any here 1 SucTried rii Factors Mrs Frances L daleseof Missouri Galley IatrItes 1 have beenaf dicten wlthikidney iroablo five years lad severe pains in mf back and a reqent dealre to ufieate When aiding I experienced much pain oves he region of the kidneys I tried lye physicians without benefit and neh concluded to Iry Foleys Kidney ure After taklpp three bottles was completely cured J Sold by Red Cross DrugStore Thorn Hill Born to the wife of Mr Lloyd Fenwick a son Miss Lizzie Lilsey of Fort Vorth Texas is the guest of fro Bill Myers this week Stanley Fenwick was in L ba lon Saturday Mrs H S Litsey is on the uck list at thiswritieg Misses Adray Canary and Hat ie Logsdon were the guests of Misses May and Della Logsdqn unday Mrs Nellie Logsdon and son aay were with Mr Will Co jle fiho is very ill of typhoid fever unday H S Litsey bought of Ed Graves some corn Price un cnowh Miss Addie Willett returned ome Sunday after a pleasant isit to her uncle Mr Ben Haj ion Mrs Abe Canary and daugh ier Adray Miss Lela Fenwick ind sisters Margie Nina and Naomi were the guests of Mrs 1 W Logsdon Saturdiy Mr and Mrs G W Fen wick were in your town last week- MissMittie Hiatt was the guest family3aturdayand Miss Mary Lillie Buckman and Mr Tiney Mclntire were the r 1 WilliBuckman Ithef them and gave them a good rainji I Mr and Mrs G W Feu entertained Misses Lizzie and Margaret and Mr John I Brewer Saturday night Harvesting is all about Over and tbe crops are fairly good The farmers are getting ready to thresh their wheat Why lake a dozen things to cure that cough Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar allays the congestion stdps that tickling drives the cold out through your towels Sold by aV druggist QValley Hill Miss Mae Buckman of Springfield is visiting ut the home of- S O Tucker of this place Miss Bertha Edgerton of Qillsboro was in our midst Fri day Mrs E C lanes has keen visiting relatives near Wllis burgt for a week past Miss Mary Strange of Moor s vOle visited little Miss Edith Pinkston of tlU place from Friday till Sunday Mr and Mrs Thos Reed visited relatives near Maud1Sa ur day and Sunday Quite a crowd from this plfcc attended the ice ere ten supper at Maud Saturday night Mr and Mrs A B Pinkston visited relatives near Moores yule Sunday Mr and Mrs W F Morau visited Mr Hughie Goaty and wife Sunday Mrs Paralee Lair who visited relatives in this section last week has returned tto her home in Lou isvilleMr and Mrs Hutcheson p LouisyillP visited relatives ir this section last week Mr Robert Thompson of tthe Orphans Home visit d leative at Litsey Saturday Mr anti Mrs Will Thompso of Litsey visited relajiresi in this section SundayoJr Miss Dolly Virgin who u teaching school near Eist Texas passel through our village Set urday en route to her home ai Maud Drunkenness is the disorder rf the day owing to the collision of spiritsitsSabe Hardin and famil v visited relatives near Polin Sunday Mr and Mrs R L Goatlev visitedrelatives in town Sunday Mrs Harry Derringer who has been dangerously ill fron serious effects of the mump iit convalescent at the home of her parents at Miday She will be able to return home within a fe da xs Mr Jerome Wohner and fami Iv of Willisburg visited relatives in this section the last of th week Mr Painter Goatley recently sold to Jarboe McWhorter o Springfield 100 bushels of corr ti be delivered this and m x week Price privae W T Clements purchased r yearling filly from E S Goatlej last week for 100 W F Moran recently borght some corn from Jis Walls o Mooresville at 53c per bushel Messrs Tatum Litsey th leading local stock and land deales made several purchase in tn is section last week to numerous for puolication The rains of tbs week h wc gratly increased the outlook fo good crops in this section anc doubtless we will have at least at average crop 1 am authorized to announce through these columns that ti school at this pace is to begir on July 30th with Miss Pear Goatley as teacher Each andi every chi d within the school Us Js requested to be present on thatt date as a good attendance is ox pcted Mi Goatley is too well lmon c ONLY A FEW DAYS MORE 1 OFTHEr j iGREAT ASH SALE wt A great many people have taken advantage of T our special offer to Cash customers and have se XX cured bargains in iiEVERY DEPARTMENT I ofour store Jzli Jz REDVQE STOCK 11 IAllDry Goods at cost some lless than cost Car x Rugs Mattings cc at cpsL ce Shoea at cost Odds IIpetsWallrape t andii ROBERTsnNBRosj h i fr1 iIi alonp the educational line to need an introduction The ice cream social given at this place last Friday evening was not a success owing to the fact that it was given for no charitable purpose There was a good crowd in attendance well hyperbolicnHydescribe gooa pized crowd However they did not lavish their money as is usually done on suchoccas ions and through an indirect source we are informed that the promoters of the social came out lone dollar behind the indebted ness exceeding the proceeds UNO rVillisburJ1 Ater a few weeks absence will put inour Sppearaccfe again Although we have been ehjoying the spicy letters your corrbspop dcnts have been sending in and we feel that we have given every correspondent a chance to get in and have not been so much missed anywaySMrs J M Trent has returned homo after a few weeks stay in Louisville She was accompa nied by her neice Miss Ella May Cbea bam L W Jenkins started to Moor syille mllf with several head of horses which he and G R Scruggs of that place bought of different parties in this and Mercer counties which Mr Scruggs will take charge of and consequently show thtm at the county fairs in Indiana Mr H B Greenwood aid wife of Lou iville are visiting rela lives and friends a tile place Mr Jim Birch and wif of Louisville are spending a few days with Mrs N J Birch at Birchwood Quite a number of citizens attended childrens day at Mack ville last Sunday Charles Cecil the lit tie son of Mr and Mrs Ed Birch his been quite that tbe home of Mr W S Gibbs for the past week with cholera infantum Messrs Robt Murphy and tfill Mien of B qom field spent Sunday with S BYeager and wife Rev Orrasby an evangohot and Rev J A Sims have closed a two weeks series of m etirigs a t Antioch and are now holding a few days meeting at the Inde pendence schoolhouse Wo are sorry to J port Mr AI BaWel1s cn the sick list He nas not been abe to go around ny this summer We hope he will 1e better soon Mr Henry Kyaltv a very prominent young man of Spring deld opened his school at breck inridge school house lastMon iay We hope he may have success s Miss Myrtle Oatlett and A L Jackson or Springfield spet t Sunday with Misses Lula and vJayme Merritt PuIIiam Judge Thurman will deliver lud on address on theJocal op tion qoestipo in the Mac1bee Ual Lt Puliam on Saturday July 21s- tpe feel confident that Kcal op ion is going to lead by about olio this sectiiri We are having some nice rairs ind tobacco crops are looming up nicely Miss F ossie Armstrong of tHlsboro pnt1lit Sunday with Miss Nonie and Claudie Royalty Mr Hugh Keeling sold a 3 yt ar old mare to W S Gibbs for 120 and a 8 year old horse to sama p trtylr OIWindelrt Lawson of Clinton 1 r is visiting friends here He wia return home in about a week Mr J A Johnston and wi e visited ft lends at Battle last Sut day Born to the wife of Elmer Keeling a girl Rtv Holly Somers filledl hs fathers appointment at Rock Bridge Sundey itiidA- fter n Echoes a several weeks absence weare glad to make our appear ince among the worthy writers of your paper again Schbo opened last Monday and we are gad that it is in the hands of Mips Nora BntaJ our former teacher Mrs Kate Wi Jams and daughr Sall iie Mae spent astThurs Irr with the fome brother 4r Jim Marshal1 atBardstown Mi s Lillie Sutherland and lit cle niece Orene of Taylorsville spent Sunlay with Mr D B Sutherland and Family Mrs S A Bivne and Miss Mnttie Havdon wero the guests of Mrs Pieston Moore at Moors ville Mr Farrie and family of Mooresvile si e t Sunday at the home of Mr Bailey Pinkston Misses Grace Hays Jean Met er and Lidpia Williams spent Sunday at Tatham Miss Ethel Bush of Chaplin is visiting Miss oallie Mae Wil IiamsILittle M ss Hazel Grigsby is spending a week with her sister Mrs Zoa Goodlett of Lawrence burg Mr3 Mo lie Wilkerson and daughter MrsJennie Hammond of Strinatnwn were the pleasant atfapieMisses Lydia Williams Gant Hayes and her vistorj Miss Jein SUPPORT SCOTTS EMUISWN HTVU u bridge to tarry the weakce4 wrf starved system along until tt can KM firm tufpert In erdinary feeL Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chenti 40X15 Pearl Street New York socandoo all drimta LIST OF FARMS RSALEBY- McElroy Wharton RealEstate Agents No65 rio acre farm ilocated f miles from Springfield right on pike good dwellipgand barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000SNo 66 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Pride 6000 No 67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield gopdi5 room dwelling good barn 14 acre timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Pricc 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm welll located Price 1600 N 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house arid small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well a dlsas good as the best Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty oftcbacco land lO acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well located right on pike and railroad This farm is subject to divisipn 2 good dwellings ahd barn fine body of timber plenty of tobaeco land Price aper acre No74 160 acre farm 6 miles north Springfield good dwelling and barn wateredJandfcnccd No 75 125 acre farm located near towni2 acres bottomland 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 per acre No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 No 77 210 acre farm 150 acres of bottom land all good land can be cultivated every year good Improvements of every kind 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced Meter of Cincinnati are among the number who went to the M mmoth Cav Wednesday Mrs G8 Tewmey has return ed to her home in Lexington af ter a visit tto her parents Mr end Mrs H B Bonta THETATLER Preservlaflr Objects of Iaternt Americans are slowly awaking to thd cotnmorclal value of preserving natural wpuders and objects of historical In terest An Important factor In the pros lperity of Italy and other nations of the old world Is the tourist trade It hash estimated that the money spent by tourists In Italy constitutes a third Income pt that country Entry of the United States luto the galaxy of world powers tins greatly Increased its value from the standpoint of the tourists and t icuull hll companies report a marked Increase In the last tew years In the number of foreign visitors to this coun try Hitherto Americans have not been quick to realize the necessity of pre serving and marking the points of In terest In the various parts of the cothn try which will attract visitors Boston Transcript Shakespeare and Servian Politic A ntrlktng scene was witnessed oar correspondent says at the performance of King Itlchard III at Belgrade In the ghost scene a whisper ran round the house that the presentment of lies tings resembled the late General re trofit who was murdered together with King Alexander And In the mon ologue of the affrighted Richard tho words I nm a villain were hailed1 with such frantic applnusC that the actor was unable to proceed Thwholo audience from pit to gallery was in a state of Indescribable emotion and It was rumored that the piece will not be allowed to be given a1IiStlames Gazette J- Ilorax Starch One of the simplest forms of starch In lu a case of sudden need Is the are of borax water A quarter otll- teaspoonful of borax In half a teactip tel of colU water will give a dressing lUc new to embroidered cuffs and collar or even those made of linen Dip the article you wish to starch In the dissolved borax wring and roll In ft dry cloth for a few moments then Iron SaporflBouB Hair Get an ordinary live cent cake of pumice Ftone not pumice soap but the regular old fashioned pumice stone To remove the hair nib the skin afflicted with the superfluous growth and the pumice stone will wear the hair off Be careful not to rub too hard which Irritates the skin In case the skin is made red by the treatment use a little cold cream Good fVar to Give Caster OIL I Put a tablespoonful of orange Juice toto a small tumbler pour In the re quired amount of oil and moro ecrage lube on top The oil forms a bJil 11 the middle of the Juice and is swaUetf iKI without coming In contact with the tongue Bkl Milk IMilk put into n stone jar tiel down and put into an oven and baked for several hours is very BourlakfaHf tot Invalids and delicate children sad tastes almott equal to cream aJ JC Ig If You Want i a C in II ReaFJMate i I C lir t s liurance Call on BDoLAKE Q rrbr rCommissioners Sale Jas R Montgomery c Puffs vs- Harriett Montgomery c Dits By virtue of a Judgment and order of jiale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term thereof 1900 in the abQve style cause I shall proceed to pffer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY JULY 23 1906 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout beIng county court day to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following described propertytowit or sufficient thereof to produce the 3ums of money so ordered tb be made A certain tract of land situated in Washington County Ky on the St Rose and Lpretfo turnpike and boun ded as follows Beginning at a stob in MrjJcenter of said pike S 86 E 217 poles to a stob in said pike 2 corner to polesto3 to same thence S 661 E 204 poles to a stone corner 4 to samethenc N 21 E 30 poles to a stob in center of pike cor 5 to same thence with center of pike as it meanders N 8l E 18 poles N24J E 26 poles N 161 E 17i poles to a stob In center of said pike corner 8 toMathewShannahan to a stob near the gate corner U71 to thence N 91W U9i poles tj grave yard corner 9 to Shanahan tnenc N 87i W 15 poles to a Walnut stump 10 to grave yard thence Nlt E 10 J poles to a stone corner 11 to same thence 851 E 138 poles to intersection of fences corner 12 to same and Ett4polestoto Mrs Scannell and Osbourne thence N 76 12 W 84 poles to intersection offences cor 14 to Osbourne and Mtv Borders thence S 85 W3 12 poles to t9BordersW 386 pqles to a stone corner 16 to polesShanahanto a stone corner 18 tp sapae thencp S 28 12 W 1512 poles to a stob jjn center pf pike corner 19 to same and Mrs Murphy thence with the center of pike as ft meanders S 56 12 E 23 poles N 65 E 14 poles N 79 12 E g poles to a stob in center of same cor 23 to R P Blanford thence N 15 12 E 543 poles to a stone cor 24 to said polestoS 2 12W 609 poles to a stob in the center of pike corner 26 to same thence with the center of said pike as it meanders S 7l12 10 poles S 88 12 E 50 12 poles to thebeginnin containing 233 acres 2 roods and 2f square poles J R MontgomerY debt S3S6478Harrietti 100000Kitim Total to be raised 493978 For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute bonds bearing legal interest from theforceders will be required to comply promptly with these terms- MGLEACHMAN M CW C C Commissioners Sale Silas Armstrong et al PUTs vs Butler Armstrong et al lifts By virtue ofa Judgment and order of nale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term litOd in the above styled cause I shall proceed to otter for sale at the Curt House door Springfield Ky1 ON MONbAY JULY 23 1906 at 2 dock pm or thereabout being county court day to the highest and bet bidder at public auction uponi a forIow1ngdescribed A certain tract or parcel of land countyIeand bounded as follows Beginning at theLittleupLittletree on the banks of same thetice S 32 E11I poles to a stone on the banks of s me thence up same 93 poles to a GdgsllfthenceNGrigsbJ thence S 76 E 26 poles corner to said Urigsby thence S 66 E 72 poles corner to said Grigsby and William Cheser thence with the line of Wil ran Chesser to Berry Branch thence duwn said branch as it meanders to the beginning containing 5j ceres moe or less Tract No 2 Beginning at a stake on the banks of said Little Beech Fok corner to Curtsinger thence wih the division line of said Curt ingerN4l 12 W 80 roles to a stake BeechForkmeanders of same 67t poles to a stake thence S 31 12 E 40 poles to a stake on banks of said fork thence down and with the meanders of said fork to the beginning containing 22 acres 2 roods and 35 pales makingthe whole- lessSameIFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these era M G LEACHMAN N C W C Cs J WJiltt iWVlWUlViWVM batgkkI FOR t f 3 t E- I0ii I Tjj r l We will offer a Special i 120I Per Cent Discount f l r Ir t p on all clothing for cash JJ lf f IIWe will also offer Special Prices fJ we I 3 JvCustomers f v t ttitt tt I IIGRUNDYI S icINTIRE r 1J J i IlttMMIMIIlAW f Jf t 1 for 11 t I Time Fliestf3 an old adage Its a big jump hough from the time pf ther ft fnasmf he first clock crude j the one of day almost a chronometer r ccurate Clocks and t Elegant Jewelry what you find the year round r my jewelry store Mjiiiew Jng a jewelry stock To save 1 Grave I E tt I IHEEN t- a andFttKIlIs 1 i I NSiiI t 1 STORE III t iRE Jt t IIINVI3STrti J t TS J j OOOOQQ i Iway MaltUfaclwilll t 1fxruP3itiossI 1 j tli iWE BUY AND SELL I- l3uy and sell entire issues of iunicipal and corpo1tionJ Icth f bonds and are prepared to furnish capiiaUfor a jJiD ritp 7 trious proposition Have raoney to Iloan on ianyL N01 i Jproposition i rW GILMORE CO KKCTT3R BUILDEVG LOUISVILLE j5i 44444 4x4 l 0000000000ooo oH0 8 Washington and Nelson CoontNi i Excursion ioMammoth Cave g Q JULY 25 19O6Q 1i 4k i Q i 725 f9 Pays the Railroad fare also board at ho41 aM trip 9t thaough too cave oc a twenty mile walk e4srgron 1 9 Boat ride and music on Echo RIve ib coe1e with a 9 grand display of fira works Special thrk cocbe 0provided orF regular moiniofr train Tliir bIIl ol ts t g season w U be ivpn this daG July 25th AdMa gfr e See L N Agent 1 v ocrQ F IIf w = r DRL BURTON j t qY tftSIPSNT DENTIST r- TEE4fH EXTiACTEDl WiThOUT PAIN I j L ttr Block up stairs fPRtHGHELD KY 1i xMtal Work Strictly J f jrirtclus I S 11 IJMI7ON DB J C MDPD J sr lLAMrro WUDD r4 4 y lyudiis lid Surgeons Oioe Qvet Haydons Drugstore I dc WJIGRIGSBY tATTOR 4EYATLAWI CMe Ttr Peoples BanirciI oL f ft ito M W HYATT WAlnS HYATT IbyiiciI wd urgeonsj I fWfc over McElroy Shultz 4 I U DR Jl H HOPPER IHTSICIP and SURGEON 1 PHONES AIc CMBce 97 71I c Office Over Hagans Grocery r1 = JOHNYMAYES l FUNERAL IHECTORj 110 lIC ISEII EMBMERR TELEPHONE DAYU9 NI HT4tt at SPRINGFIELD KY I t Ralrosd Sbhadule Following is the time schedule BOW in effect on the Birdstown jand Springli Id branch railroad tNo 41Le yes Louisville at 410 p mj E ardstown Junctiot 502 pm j B rdstlJwn 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 p m STNo 12Le ves Springfield at 630 a an Ba dstown 617 am Brd3wn 4 uction 705 amkv arrives atLo isyille 755 am No 43ti1 ayes Louisville at 730 am Bsrdstown Janctionv 830amBa stown 1115 am IL i JNo44J 120 pm B rthtown 230 pm Bar stown Junotipn 435 pm i arrives at Louisville t545 pni iN 90 Sm days onlyLeaves Springfield an 715 amBards J town 8 am1 aids town Junction ath45am arr yes at Louisville Ig3 am No 91 Sun lays only Leayes Louisville at jpm Bafdstown t JurictioD650 pm Bardstowu t 0f iV53pm arr yes at Springfield j 8251mI BondsCCjmage Repair Shop i f All kinds work and up T jiqlstering done Grain Cradles l r6n band for sale I have for sale now one newJ hind made buggy new hand jnade springy wagon and a good itsecond haud spring wagon 1 I will work cheaply for the kpney All work strictly cash c WH BOND Springfield Ky f F t FRESH BREAD f i J jpROLLS AND CAKES J Baked Daily t 1 Arays good always fresh We lJshave a Baker who ISan arj tisi at making goodthingsI c Six Ltaves of Bread for 25c tHcrllicn Confectionery f SOW OPEN i U We desire to notify the public ithatthe frbbl New Sixingfield Hotel s o1 pen ariff ready ior business 1J11Jeat thoroughly equipped for the accommodation of the travelling public and for regular boarders Board can he furnished on the Etro Jj eanlan Lunches and fort ordeJ TiC MRICE Manager SVl r TftEEXAS WONDER Girt all Kiiney Bladder and Bb6 tn8tic trouUes scld by TLtL draggists or two months r rreiitiiMii by tai1 frr l Pr z1 1TH11 2026 Olive street f 4k lPi encr Ecntuck 4i o1h frAlt1hi wJ w i TOWNS0 r f Local H pp iiiiift T Interest i The Freshest and Latest IIAnUeuf Yourself J Friends and Acquaintances J ff WMWCi 2 For besttea pr pretty IceTqa glasses see Hagan Bros Fruit jars tops rubbers and tin cans ap JItfgan Bros Any 6 artcle on ouroc coun ters for 2ac Hagan Bros Any 3 articles on our lOc counters for 25c Hagan Bros Mr Sylvester Smith has bought of John Johnson a farm on Hardins Creek for 4000 There will be rgular services at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday Dijlt Latimer hav lug returned from the Springs FOR SALE Tjrogood brood- maresin foal DrJohn Debo Springfield Ky We will have iin Springaeld on- nextcounly court day a car load of gpod Western owes forsale ritiles Clarkson Co The public schooll per capita this year is330 which is an increase of five cents over that of last year FOR SALESO acres of land adjoining Springfield Ky good dwelling large tobacco barn well watered grasdandfenced JoiN DEBO t Mr Ralph Boldribk has rented the new house built by Mr Chas Logsdon on the Lebanon hillI and is having tb3 necessary finishing t uchesadded at d will move to town within thenexbI week A movement iis on foot to make some improvements in the grounds of the Springfield ceme IGery Toe city coutfcii will prob ably co operate Wit the ceme tery compiny inhavr g the place ept in repair Attention is called to the adI of First NationalBank rtisement of tbejsale stock in this issue by the executors of Mrs Kate Green This stock is a first class investment Itpays 10 per centI dividend and should be worth 200 TAKEN Upas anvt stray on toy placdl below town on the Bloon field road a red and white spqt ted bull Owner can have same by calling for same and paying for this advertisement i2t Ed Dqnelly The WashingtoniCouuty Color fcd Teachers Institvte pas been in session this week It is being conducted by ProfJ LWil Hams of Louisvillej who is very proficient in that line of work Prof Williams addressed a meet ing at the Court HJUe Tuesday evening on the sut jec of Temperance He is an eloquent and entertaining speak r j Mrs Mary CrayjCroft who has bicn ill of flux the past two weefks is in a comatose condition and not expectd to livebuta few hours Mrs Cray croft has been almost helpless as the re suIt of a parialytic stroke ten years ago which rendered her a cripple from that time She has made her home with Mr and Mrs G 0 WharHori the past two years I UThe vVahington County Teach err Institute will bp held pot the Graded school b ildig next week beginning jbn Monday morning Proto Wi ford White Dean of the Normal Department ment of State College will con duct the institute and an interesting session is anticipated every teacher in tie county is required tto attend An invita tion is extended to everybody in terested in the cause of education visit the institute Ita Mr Lanardj Baker attended lie Stanford fair llast week with his horses and had good success Ho captured first premium in the Roadster Stallion rinir with his horse Sunshine and also took second tie with him in another harness ring He took a first premium with a three yearold MrBaker tad the misfortune to have his fast roadster gelding suffer a sprained ankle which prevented his entering into the rjoadster contest The seek before this horse won a trotting race best three in five heats which took place at Harrodsburg defeating some good pnes wKiNfis New DISCOVERY Will Sirely Stop That Cough TOPICS i I i MM Boy Shoots Brother An unfortunate accident occur ed at the home of Mr James Gor don who lives in this Tatham Springs neighborhood on last Sunday which may result in the death of one of Mr Godons lit tie sons It seems that on Sun day morning two little sons of Mr Gordon aged eight and ten years discovered a 22 rifle which had been used by an older broth er to shoot rats and had hen carlessly laid aside loaded The little fellows took the rifle and started to play at killing hogs The older one pointed the gun at his brother and instructed him to drop The trigger was pulled and the boy was horrified to see his brother drop in earnest The The gun was loaded and the ball entered the little fellows neck under the chin and passing around came out at the back of the neck The wound is a very dangerous one and doubts are en tertained as to the boys recov ery Base Ball Local base ball fans are quite enthusiastic over the prospect of some fine games of ball to be played on the home grounds during the next few weeks As stated in our last weeks edition a stcck company has been form edand money subscribed for the purposeof improving the grounds and securing new players The grounds have been put in first class shape A grand stand bas been erected and arrangements have been made for the putting up during a game of a canvass fence along the side of the grounds next to the road obstructtthg r e a I Y strengthened by a signing of three star bal players from the Alabama State League who ar rive here Monday and will par ticipate in all games in ihs futures including the present se ries with thejBauers of Louisville wbich began yesterday The new players are Chas Kirkham a third baseman Lewis Nnneley pitcher and Harry Eldred short The Bauers are here for three games including todays and Fri dbYS They are very strong team and good port may be expected The game yesterday was Spring field 7 Bauers 3 Ice Cream Supper The Toadies Aid of the Christ- Ian Chutch of Mackville Ky will serve an Ice Cream Supper at the Residence of Mrs Maggie Ray bourns on Friday night tbe 20tti of Tuly 1906 Admission 25 cts all ate invited PablieSale of Ml Stock t We will sell at Court House door in Springfield Kyr on county day MONDAY JULY 23 at 2 oclock p m 26 shares of the capital stock of the First Nation Bank of Springfield Ky This stock will be sold iin blocks of five shares We will also sell at sine tme 4 shares of Capital otock of Springfield Water Electric Light Co and one Share of Stock in Washington county fair Co Will also sell one Curtis Reed Phaeton Buggy as good as newa No1i fami y mare not afraid of steam automobile or anything absolutely sife One set new buggy harness C A GREEN J C MCELROY Admrs Mrs Kate Green deed Tools Lost If the parties who borrowed my turnpike tools will return same I will be much oblge H Mike Hanrahan Mules For Sale Irwil1baj in Springfield next Monday acar load of mules for sale HUGH STILES Schooll leaTaxes for tthe Springfield Graded SC1001 district are now due The penuity will be added on all unpaid taxes August 1st 1906 G C WHARTON Treasurer Kennedys luataUve Honevao Tar loUII1Yruplj All druggis tj c T PBcrJAI- Mr S E riements was in Louisville one day last week Mr J H McClure and littleJ son were at Hgh Grove one day last week Dr and Mrs W W Ray were in town Friday Mr F R Neale spent Wed nesday in Louisville 1Miss Jennie Cokendopher has CbaplinIW F Grigsby Misses Annie Rowell acd Mil burn Ouerbacker have returned home after a very pleasant visit to Miss Margaret McChord Miss Isa Colvin of Bardstown is visiting her brother Prof George Colvin Miss Florence Lyon of Lex ingtoDis the guest of Miss Francis Martin Mr Harry Smith has accepted a position with CW Hagan Miss Bessie Campbell on tbe sick list Dr Earnest Crume or Fred erickstown was here Friday Rev R F Hennessy was at Frederickstown Monday Mr Hamilton and Miss Maria Merimee and little nephews Walter and Merimee Ray have returned to their florae in Louis ville after a pleasant visit to the family of Mr Ben Haydo- qSamSansberryof Owensboro hasreturned home after a visit to Ben Medley Misses BerthaTong and Agnes Carnco are visiting Miss Blanche Carrico ajt Howardstown this week Mrs Bettie Crouch Booker of Ardmore Indian Territory is visiting the family of Mr r J W Bush Miss Elizabeth Leachman i visiting Miss May Hundley at Hubers Mrs W T Leachman and Miss E izibeth Leachman have returned from a visit to Mrs J B Hill at Lebanon it Mr Tom Edelenof LouisvilJie is visiting relatives here this week Miss Ora McCown who has been a pleasant guest of Mrs Byroa Croake for ten days re turned to her home in Mercer county yesterday Mr anJ Mrs Dillard Tapp of Carbondale IIII are j visiting Mr and Mrs T D Tapp Miss Sadie Mayes arM IrH B McElroy who hate been at Crab Orchard two weeks returned home Tuesday Mrs Will Hagan and Mrs William Kroker returned from Adairville Friday where they visited relatives two weeks Ms J L Harmon who has been at her fathers Mr Jacob Kimberlin over a month on ac count of the illness ana death of her brother Mr Naylor Kim berlin returned to her home in Bowling Green Tuesday Miss EfnVKimberlin accompanied her sister home Rev T D Latimer has re turned frcm Tatham somewhqt improved in health Mrs Walter E Leaclimaii de lightfully entertained a numberj of her friends at euchre and flinch last Thursday morning at the Walton Mrs Weisen won the prize in euchre a beautiful picture in water color The guests whose score was lower than the winners cut for the second prize also a water color picture which Mrs Theo Campbell won Mrs Phil McChords tally snowed the highest in flinch and she was presented with a box of roses Miss Willa Knott was given tbe second prjze a box of Heuylers chocoates Miss Mamie Kuott entertained a number of her young friends Tuesday evening at her home on the Perryville pike Mr Garland B Uunningham spent Sunday in Louisville Dr Jos B Cassell and wife of Harriman Tenn arrived yes terday fora visit toMr and Mr- S R Gray t Mrs JW Bolts cf Owenton is visiting her parents Mr awl Mrs S R Gray I Miss Veola Brovrn will leave Friday for Crab Orchard where she will join a party of Louisville friends for a two weeks stay at that popular resort 1 Mrs Byron Croake was in Lebanon yesterday Mrs Elizabeth K Wells and Mrs R L Irel J nd cf Louisville are guests of Mr Dudley an i Mr Charle Wes Miss Elizabeth Waters has re i Its Worth traveling a Jong distance jj to have your teeth extracted Z Without Pain or Danger w w All work guaranteed L G CRUME D D S ili tli 0i Bardstown Ky ttttt 3 Waturned from Franklin Tthrip where she visited Mrs Naomit DossMiss Mary Sweeney of Louisville and the Misses Brewer of Lebanon are visiting Miss Bessie Leachman Mrs Charles H Mclntire and children are visiting at Big Springs Meade county Miss Annie Mayes attended the wedding of Mr William Ma hon of Lebanon Und Miss Mil burn of Bradfordsville yester day Miss Mayes is visiting her sister MrsJ R Mahon at Lebanon for a few days Misses Gertrude Cambroirand Alene Clements of Louisville are visiting their cousin Miss Emma Nunan of this place Hugh Phillips McChord Who is in the employ of the L C railroad with headquarters at Memphis is at home ths week to seehis wife and baby 1 Miss Elizabeth Curd Wathen of Bardstowri Junction is vii ting her cousin Miss Flaget Simms and other relatives Miss Carrie Edelen and little niece MargwetEdelen returned from Bardstown Tuesday where they visited Mrs Henry Edolen Mrs Samnel Averitt of Lou isville whois visitmgher sister Mrs John W Lewis and Miss Hadgie Brown spent the past Webk atTatham Springs Mr WO McChord and nephew Finley Scrnggs were m Louisville Tuesday Mr and Mrs Foster Baird of Loii rle aud Mrs Rftloh ViioL of Winchester Mass are guests of their unole Rev G W Lyon Mrs Katie Willfams is in Lou isville this week buying new fall millinery Rev GV Lyon is holding a revival meeting at Pleasant Run church He is assisted by Rev Frank King The meeting will continue two weeks Mrfcmd Mrs G F Hambleton and their two liitle sow J john and George arrived here Mon day night and are at the home of Mrs parentsJIMr and Mrs Taylor Spalding About six years ago Mr Ham i bleton who was then pastor of the Springfield Baptist church and Mss Lizzie Spalding were married and left immediately for Kagoshima Japao where Mr Hambleton was sent as a missionary The climate of that country does not agree with Mr Hajnbletons health and he was allowed to return ti Notice Ve are determined not toio custom grinding any mpre liVe win buy your grain and selll you the flour avid meal at market prices fiTarboe t McWhorter V A Close Call Mr Muck Hughes the veteran saddle horse trainer has always entertained very peculiar ideas about that unlucky number 18 andjast Friday the 13th of4Tuly at Stanford he rode several very spirited horses in the fair ring and felt uneasy all day but es caped injury Early Saturday morning shortly after congratu lating himself that ho had escaped any misfortune on the fateful dy a vi ious colt belonging to Garrard county party that Mr Bughes was handling and preparing to show in the roadster ring ran away with him throw ing him under the cart and drag ging him several hundred feet Mr Hughes said its the nearest he has evflr teen to deaths door and hethpught sure it was all cver with him A bystander grabbed the frightened animal and pulled Mr Hughes out and he is carrying a severely bruised body as the result Danville Ad vocate lit C2 liki Cdi1Yi Iiit lye Honey and Tar The pleasaritsstmd est cough syrup to take ben ause It onttifls no opiates All drngists Z1lHWfti i 4nTW W iJ iiI S ted= i have fitted hundreds of others 1 I and pan Itt yiu Names and ij a I Prescriptions 6ri file come and I seer for yurse1f Give your eyes the attention at the right time and place Nothing but 3 high grade goods AU the jf modern kinds and styles of if lenses Bifocals of every de i 3 scriptlon i S 1 ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS 1aSpecialty IiI oti Graduate Optician alwaysoz hand to make test Satisfac tHon guaranteed i E M Russell 1 M1 l MOOW1 tcuAY4cw4zYreeland JI Claybrooke Messrs Hubert Vreeland and William Durrett ClaS brooke twd of Kentuckys most prominent young politicians were in Dan lville Friday and Saturday Mr Claybrookes home is in Springfield and he was formerly a stut dentfin Center Colle e having graduated in tne law class of 97 Mr Vreeluud iis at present thei Commissioner of Agriculture of the State and is announced for Secretary of State to succeed Mc Chesney at the next Damocratic primary Morgan cliinn ot Mercer will very likely be Mr Vr eland s opponent Mr Clay brooke is running as Mr Vree lands assistant and the popplar ity of these two young Democrats extends into every hamlet in the State Mr Claybrooke has rep resented Washing ton county in the law rho use of the legislature for the past two terms and made a leputation fur himself They will get a large vote in Uoyleo Danvlle Advucalo liUMOR OF THE HOUR FhAnother Awful Outrage harry said this wifthIs is avr lull Look at tills mornings paper It toys you ace a scoundrel It says In plain print that yon made your fer tune hcolcnptfng other men Look here You are accused of bribing pUr chasin agents to buy your goods when thtfy AycrC infqrlor to others Offered at the Hume price This Is terrible You must make them retract at OuceEd itors can be sent to jail for criminal libel cant they lilt Isnt criminal libel to print stuff about a respectable business man that shows him to be no better than a common thief aud black leg I dont know what it Is Herc lldbkat this It says you allowed the county couimltfsjonarY large sums of money for giving you contracts to fur nish public Institutions with supplies at exorbitant prices Oh dear Is J1o bodys rcputajtion safe You must Injustice to society take immediate steps to 1m ve these scanjlal mongers those detestable muckrakeis punished You owe It to yourself and to your family and to the public to make Yes yes ui3 denr 1 kno it Its an outragea daiunac outrage I shall tdke immediate steps In the math ter iui go at once to my lawyet and Instruct him toto findxUt If possible how much evidence they lmaveChicn go ItecordIIcrald SipiositionSVh yes snld Senator Smugg as he Interlaced tils claws iu il self satisfied way In firnt of Ills corposity I got m3 start iu life by clerking In a humble grocerj More at a salary ef 3 a week and managud to save money on that jBut astyto reporter that of vourac w S Uefore the cash register wore 1xivittedPimck Abxolntc Vorthlc iine Thp Clam Peddlor What kind 6fo feller Ist that your niece married Mrs Tubmau The Widow Tell you whats a sol CUlt net Mr Shelly Iu confidence of course HOK go utterly no account that I dont believe site could raffle lifm off at a qluirch fair Watsona Magazine Not Alvrayii Dent hI have frequently tried Jo Guzzler to stop drinking IersuatloI I deaf to entreaties Well Ive noticedlhq Is to n treat Philadelphia Press rr Tile ViNCrji7rilM Do you always cat vhat your tdoc tor advises you not to enU Always But I have agrowlng sus picion Whats that I believe he ndvlses me not to eat the timings he really wants me to eat Cleveland Plain Dealer Perfection Briggs You call the Dlmpletoni very often What sort of children l1ave- 4bey Grlggs Perfect Bestlnthe world Tell me about them What are they liker Oht Ive never seen themV Brook lyn Life Ceniu J1t John 8 home from eOllcgefiP Oh yes Vi Whats ho goln to do now Well twlxt you au me I think Wl jusf about decided to loaf around nn be one o these geniuses that nobody mmderstahtlllanti fiIt4kiii H J iTHE STATE COLLEGE OF KBIfUCKY 1 LEXINGTON KY lT r t TlieiAgiftcultiirjil and tyechanical State College ofi ieB S44ic1 offers the following courses of study Viz Agricwltiu4 biOlqgieai mathematical physical normal schooll clusi mechanicti epgineeringj clvfl engineering mi bit eiaasr r jf1Ilug eScii of which extends over four years aMneadJo iu IfLtmasters degree Each course of study is oricanizfcd wpfer a If 5 4 separate faculty The general faculty number nearly Jlfty professors and instructors l lCounty appointees receive receive tuition room Teat IIti 4 4dormitories fuel and light and if they remain tea lonths traqeling xpenses ot The laboratories and museums are larger well equipped ifcomprehensive and modern Military tactics arid science are Jfully provided for as required by Congress i l Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration frhe demaiid lis largely in excess of the ability of the colleges to suppiyi PtThe matriculation for tlc lhist year was including Suiiimeri school 15 v J reJIargcschools arc provided for pedagogy cngneerin land insfauc tion hi science and arts The State College of Kentucky is th6 only institution In th Commonwealth tloing in allY ropcrsense university Work The Cbrnpletion of the college home for oung womenrpro vides facilities for good board and lodging It is well quiP J petYwith nfl niodernconveniece including bath roosss and a room for physical culture It JS heated by steam 41nd lighted by electricity yAn opportunity is thus afforded to them of a thorowgh education in classics modern languages literature s iencetmathematics logic metaphysics history and polltical ciSno in No other institution in the State offers advantageS for the education of women at all comparable to those offered by the State College of Kentucky A new Library Building will through the generosity of Mr Andrew Carnegie be erected during the next Collegiate lyear t The Normal Department will be on a better footing than tolever heretofore Last years largely increased attendance with the unprecedented growth of Summeral Normal School both indicate that an era of prosperity surpassing that of all previous years has opened foithe Normal Department of the State College For catalogues method of obtaining appointments infor mation regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to V JAMESKPATrERSOrPhDLLD i- r orvto D C Frazee Business Agent Lexinfto J FALLTERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER lI3th 1904 LlIWNUPYOUR R docsxiT bake much trouble end costs vei3p little For b rderdJczrouiid rugi uolOW- AUKON kt3 afinegrade ofVarmch with colo int 1lJIll- IIuC tao ound into ito theft in aleaorpcziiitingt the no or and1hm varnishing iTJyou do boUK in onei opordlion lUgives arich shiny rIaingshades 1yKJngitsure at little cost ebnnieOWAUONGETITAT IGETI THE STOREvlrk = oomu J tjr The first National Bank J4t SPRINGFIELD KY lJzI Jr Surplus and Undivided Profits 28OOi OFPJCliRS B LLitsey President IobnW LeWmT V1cePree t g A C Mcelroy Cashier LB Cain Asskta t Oaskler LX g Foster BookKeeper il HrPurdonj Asst BookKeeper g DIRECTORS BT titfiey J W Lewis Sidney Gre iF M Cap bell R H Edelen H M Grundy John Q Polli i We grant every favor consistent with safe Tjaakiar YWH 1NIt ti ness respectfully solicited uoo rMARKS B GREEN h The old Reliable lurersQ I and Dealers in all Khids of c LUMBER LATHS JSHINGLESy SASni DOORS BLINDS I We handle the celebrated Mixedl daniie1 Coal y I t i Cantt bbESiS We aresple igentsfor 1I ACME CE ENll PLASTER 1h The Bet on Earth Prices Right i J OfficiindTards iJoctDr and Railroad Streets SprinjlieMc I p1 2EVERYBODYS BUSINESS tJt Is Nobodys usiew But o 1ssiss4 tJ s to give the public the best work m rr t mi Tnningand Pluming Yi it i rtkeleastpossiblexo t GIVE US A CALL Llc2 Ji JV rRlrCijAa 2 5 SRINGFILLDKYI fJhi I2o rz ve s u 5 tr Ayer Pills Want your moustacHfe beard- abetflt4biown of rich Wac wn2 Keep them In tbe bouiel iTake one when ton feel bilI ltlSOf rcctly OntheUverluweori BUCKINGHAMS QXL l al1v Wh1l lnl A diiia toilIdrUYprest m1Jdete July 1o 7Aa farmers abhe thtt4ernooi thatiUKentCkyhaveeteredjnto cornbfleOtcento bushel yearseropofcbarjce wai brbuf ht out by J D dark fFsyetiandboFor prevailipgricemar ket has been 76 to 77 he said al ibowlbtbe yearscrOpi o tfrre idents Secretary Clerk iMidha began an investi rtion aad ciscovered lhat whert hadjI J WM being purchased by inde pendent buyers at Burgin Ver IiJle Geor iatdwn and other po4nts near this city at 80 to 81 ctafa bushel t Secretary Clerk erea went further and claims to positiveproofc Jtoclqr who last year joined the Nattocai Millers Federation havetCOiedtO purchase no wheatjn 77centThoimasFcyette CDuntj most substantial farmba said that he had nade simi I Jar invStigation j and cdrrobora t d iatementsmade by SecreCI CIClerkoposed armuers ofthis and surrounding counIUnoectan immense graineleya tor at LxinRtpn to store their fWheat and cornto be ground rolling mills owned and controU incl by farmers His resolution waw amended by one which may result in the calling of a mass Try meeting cj farmers of Fayette toodopt plans for concerted tJJTrtervjewof to i leading farmers I a CODDtYWscFsed w have eIther closed deals fo dol stpingreorareconsidejng stAoffarmWhoattendot len the clubpledgedtheIfiseIvesJt selltheiri apy figure IP than eightqente a bushe wer er p1ega tlieniselM oth to aiiy bqjQrSo es 3 not to sell te itJft IVept independ = 1ed 4 SJr I1i bieath adds to the joy of a a PIYouwouIdu t mant to kiss you v4ife mother or sweetheart with a ba brcith You cant have a sweet breath without a healthy stonliic t You cant have a healthy stomac without perfect digestion There is only one remedy that digests what you eat and makes the breeth as toweeioas a rose anp that remedy is Kodol for Dyspepsia It is a relief for spur stamach palpitatlpn of the hart anp other ailments irrising om dis order of the stomach and digestion All drtiegists Green County Lawbrakers The grand jury at this recent session found 73 indictments a s follows Selling lixuor without license 191 selling liquor to mi norJ breach cf the peace 16 1 carrying concealed deadly weap ons 9 gaming 9 malicious t ting 2 trespass 1 pointing pis tel 3 uttering forged writing 26 Jntenltto kill lnuisance 1 petit lar ceny J 1 disturaing religious war ship 4 shooting on highway 1 failing to erett ani maintain sic nal board at public crossing i false swearing 1 assault and battery 1 Greensburg Record A Good One Ir Here Is a good one A man who patronizes the mailorder bouse when bel1as cash allows Ji f CONSUMPTIONS WARNING t I a IfeHMe fact loon become evident in outside j ptomsDL C C GUBSJ- TeJTlie aid of scienti c inventions is not weeded to determine whether your lung are affected The first symptoms canSe steadily soted by anyone of average in jtelligence eTheris so disease known that gives jsoajiy j3U warnings of its approach uJ esieuieijptioer arid JK serious disease that if ittheJ C insiiin Syrup which is made to cure iuieer1y itage that Gerrn nI okt be taken wl1ea warnin ma JltM ough that wont quit j Lof the bfoechial tubes and 1tht WMkeniBf oC the lungs a ccs4 by frequent cxpectoratioa atter bew ekepseate3 yoos is if ded Cumptiott has jedseadf eMadted jpor lungs German Syrup wffl rarely effect aC1UelI it ka apparentaioptlesm lIy New trial botUes 255 r j Wl JBt A ZAMi 3A snt11ey Trtmble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspaper is sure to know of the wonderful one cures by Dr ney liver and blad den remedy is the great med lent triumph of the of scientific research by Dr and the I bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curinglame back uric acid of the bladder and Brights which is the worst fornt of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not recommended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble itwill be found just the remedy you need It has been tested in so many ways in hospital work and in private practice and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have snmplebottleing more about SwampRoot and how to indoutifyoubavekidneyorb1addetrouble offer in this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer N Co Y BinghamtonI fiftycent and dollar size bottles are made SwampRoot It centurydiscoveredalteryears i Kilmer eminent kidney catarrh Disease generous floueofSwmpRt J sold br all good druggists Dont snake any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot Dr Kilmers SwompRoot and the address Binghamton N Y on every bottle the children to play with and read the big catajouges One morning the nurs came out and told them that there was a new at the house cWbp brought its asked the children The the nurse repliefcbat it just come Oh I knows niVl One V ttt1e tot its a Sears Ro buQ baby Bnd bet Its adulterated just like the pepper and StrP4rry jam wasJand papa will l ave to keep it be be senfctfoe money in ad vance Kojol for dyspepsia tear ryou mealsI See the tffest it will produc i Your general feeling hy dlgbsting urfood and he1 ping yOur stomach get itself into sDape Many stom pointherego dsgests our food and gives your- orna3b the vest if needs while its reconstructive properties get the omach tack in working order Ko t relief flatulence fjour stomach pajitation of thaj hcrrt1belohiug etc druggists No Fair this Year During the past week it was decided to hold a three days fair heri QeginningA g st9 butyes terday it was declared off Quite number of bteinessmen favored holding the m etibgne xt month rnd so encouraged were the pro engagtIbuges were ordered However after considering the matter it was decided that it would de too late in the seaSon to make all the necessary arrangements for afair of the high standard desired and the meeting was declared off for the present year There is no doubt that daW will be secured for next year and a successful fairheld Lebanon Enterprise Cnred t Br1lIs DlEBasfl MrRobertO Burke Elnora NY writes Be for I started to use Fo leys Kidney Cuie I had to get up from twelve to twenty times a night and I was gloated uywith dropsy and my eyosichi was so impaired I could scarcely see one of my family across the room I had given up hope ofjiy Ing whea a friend recommended tfo leys Kidney Cure One 50 pent hot ile Worked and before I had taken the the dropsy had Winders gone as symptoms of Blights di e Sold by Rod Cross Drug Store r A plilldn Sermon On one occasion Harry and EddTt1 two little brothers took it luto theirI heads to have chprch AH Harry the older of the two he said Ill bo the preacher slid preach you a ser mon Wcirlsald Eddie and Ill be theoplO And so Harry began by announcing hlJ text My brethren my text todhy jls Be kind There are some little tests In the Bible for little children and tljls is one of them Firstly Be kind to father Dont bother him whin hes busy Dont make a noise when1 his head aches Father has to work hardand cain money Secondly Bo kind to mother Dont make her tell you several times to do the same thing My brethren we ought to mind right off Thirdly Be kind to Mary She Is small and lame and cant talk plain Finally my brethren be kind to the cat Amenj Brooklyn Eagle The Flying TJiImlilc Have a thimble which easily Bts your forefinger Show the thimble on the forefinger of your right hand anti lay ttie finger with thimble outlie palm of your lleft which you then close Now withdraw theilngcr mlhus the thimble The company will naturally Imagine that it Is In the leftl hand btiton open lug it they ore astonlshqd w J e It empty The secret Is that1 youdppot place the thimble In the left hfl1atjJ sun but In the act of laying jj finger of the right haud on the left Lnrou quickly bend the fi1jgerand loavo tStbe thimble secreted between the baj of your thumb and the root of the fore finger only illaclug the buro finger In the left This you Instantly close and then withdraw the forefinger You can eventually produce the thlmblp from your pocket pr show It again ontUp of the forefinger by a reverse dibve taent lkfLthTIIREESTAIJ3S Daring Voyage In the Air of Balloonist J P Thomas aid ills Friend FromiFraace BUFFETED BY WIND AND RAIN I Thunder and LfghinlngarAbove aDd low Them They Were DrIven t Three Hundred and lfty Miles w ReekjAmid conditions whiclisrvrould daunt DrJullancitynndexpert recently made alremarkable as Sunthylargestballoonthfcounty trpmFranccwenthigherandtrave1dnhnseverand n halt betoretor buffeted about over the1 York Allsht1nllMillernphysicalIyexpfriencQiDescribing saysthap j they rose above New York They sailed across the Hudson river and soon were dbIe to hbar the church bells of Hackensick N JAbocthe sufl was shining below tfbere were clouds and rain Swinging above Little Falls N J the balloon was dropped within a few hundred feet of the earth and Dr tele1bonethat his wife received a message the next morning I Then he says we rose again rap- idlyl We were not quite sure which way we were drifting but realized we were traveling very fast Presently we electricalstormtempt to find words to give even an Impression oLwhat It was like Below us were the great banks of clouds that looked like mountains ieItcould comprehend the tran quil Indifference and utter absence of THET HEARD THE DELLS OP HACKEKSACK fear that come to one so tar above the earth you would understand why I say we did not mind the lightning It did not seem to impress us except that wo enjoyed the grandeur of the thing Whenever the storm abated we saw njyrinds of small lightning bugs far liejow us nnd Svfth all seriousness I am plliged JQ tto1U yoqthat at times wo ere nearly devoured with mosqui toes while pnssliyj over XcV Jersey Suddenly tht wiud changed Uttly after midnight and we felt suro wo were going outto sea I confess that this was li very unpleasant period of our journey Levee boasts about his gfroiig liwirt IjuJ lie admitted to me that It nctiQu JncretiseU pprccptlbjy We talked the mutter over and de clded that we would drop iovhi and as ppou as wo could see the Hints of u JGltX would ftllsllt POr miles we si041 on but no lights irppcarodi and tHoij with a disllnctnusi that mnijle us both rnriug for the valves wlthoufe u spoken Kurd we heard ithol sound of water iVaves boatlii tlrc shore As we let tut 140 503 jve dropped down lkQ ft Ihot and landed in iia top 2a tree Where we were we did not know and lo not know yet We fastened the an jaor but were blovn away egll ni Ve resumed our flight going straight up 8000 feet Our clothes were Joion frozen stiff our lips became blue 2nd our hands so numb that we could scarcely nianlpulafiu the valve rope By combining strength wo succeedtd hi jerking the rope enough to emit sev eral hundred feet pf pas and dropped swiftly As we Wared earth we saw signs of a tremendous commotion- S hools were dismissed and hundreds flocked to the Sillier farm where wo landed unofn me Raven Many stories are told about the ra ven a bird which really seems to have reatoninff powers One story relates how a raven got a young hare for din neroIt pounced upon the little animal but tIle mother hare drove It away Then the raven slowly retreated pro tqnding to be afraid until It decoyed the hare acousjderable distance where upon it rose In the air flew back swift ly nnd boo aWAY the young harp A similar plan was adopted by some ravens that wished to steal food from ft dog They teasol him until he grew thonJfindfcnAs to the ravens power of speech the Impression is that It can talk If It will hutft is not loquacious and docs not fijp to show ort liko 5 parrottUu plumtt dossi ak It Is very apt to use aiparroti jSiURGEON SEIZES BOY BY THE lEd Veracious Pitts burg Citizens Produce tie Prize Fish Story of the Season- A gigantic sturgeon said to be the larjtst fish ever seen In Plttsburg wa ters attacked a party of boys while they were In swimming off Pattersons coal fleet In the Allegheny rl rat the Plttsburg end of the Sixth street bridge A dozen boys were In the water when the fish attacked them They TOK FISH DEFUSED TO LET QO trlfil to get out of the way but It I isuoircil fight swimming after them antj snapping at their legs The fish finally grabbed William Wle lerselm tenyearold Allegheny boy lay the right leg and was dragging him down Jacob Miller the watchman of the coal fleet ran to the assistance of the boy and finally dragged him out the fish refuslngto let go his hold Miller secured a baseball bat and r Wiled the fish with several blowfc over the head It measured about six feet faa length and weighed eightynine pounds Young WIederselms leg was jfcadly lacerated and he was attended 3y A physician after being taken home ELOPED INHER NIGHTIE Preachers Daughter Locked In Her Room Rescued Through Window by Her Lover Grace Monroe the eighteenyearold daughter of Rev Alexander Monroe Wbo waS kidnaped by her father and Dentist James Snanklin forcibly re moved from her home in Chicago and taken 2o Centralla ill in order to prevent her marriage to her fiance William Lieferman was rescued by her lovpiMn a manner as sensational as that iof her abduction c bin the girl was removed from her house she wish taken to a farm n secludied spot and was kept under surveillnaice Learning In the newspa per reports that his fiancee was In the neighborhood of Chicago William Lie ferman and Frank P Parks a friend of the young lover went to entralla one afternoon and before dark had located the girl at the home of a farmer named Jett friends of tho Monroe family Notwithstanding a heavy downpour of rain the Jovcr lurked In the neigh borhood and through a neighbor In formed tile girl of his presence After the family had retired Miss Monroe bareheaded and clad only Ina night gown and slippers entered the waiting buggy and the eloping party reached the railroad station in time to take the fast train for Chicago The girls scan ty costume partly reenforced by her lovers coat which she wore attracted much attention on the train4 FcaM of ftUulK Julius Browq the eccentric son of the war governor ot Georgia gave n dinner at Atlanta on the occasion of his flfty elghth birthday which was remarkable for Its sonjberness Twelve persons were present one of whom was Governor Terrell On the table was a black velvet cloth At each coy er was placed a black llnnar l A skull was also by tho side of each plate while suspended from the center of the chandelier was another huge skull of asliy white under which on a black pedestal sNt the figure flf a monk driiiad blank Oantjios worp at elicit phito and there was a candle for eveny course of the dinner With the end of each course a candle was snuffed out this being continued through tile djnaef PRtH np shfo 1i left on till t1hiP Steal find Eat Fifteen Dozen Dun Sure judge we et the buns Wo wasnt a bit hungry when wp got through When Adolph Munich with thls statement corrobarated the charge of a Chicago probation officer that he and Theodore Kirsch had stolen and eaten flf teen ilQZpn bui3 Ip ono day Judge MeEwtJU lifted his hands In amazement The boys were accused of getting tho buns from various bakery shops III their neighborhood It was most with admiration that the jUdge- d lded to give the boys another chance to be good i Another Holdup Hobo llauivrrSay ii8tcr J foupd do dorg dat your wife lla advertising a reward uv2 for Mr Enpcck You did eh7 hobo lInnkYcs und It youse dont glmmp 5 Ill take it back to her 8e6 Columbus Dispatch Encouraging No doctor the patient began I dont feel well at all although I eat end sleep very well and Oh Interrupted Dr Quack confi dently uru stop nil that In short orIfleirrBolicinIiuj Magazine lloiv He KncTr YoU ought to studylaw Why man can ybitlifive forgotten that I am a member of the bar and that I tried a case forybu last send No I havent Thats what I had In mind Chicago News Jnjihit MnM- aud Muller onif umrnerday i Raked tho meadow swcot with hay Rod was Jior noscjalso her eyes It wasnt Maul for a beauty prize Anti why Did something grieve hierl won rather Maudle had hay fover Detroit Tribune t 1 If itguutai- Wd l itoa 1f f4fcaVO lid aaliddil vert tile Fourth ef July Of coiirsd that holiday like several others Is na iionnl In the sense that It Is observed ail over the country but not In the lense that It has been made a holiday by an act of congress Congress has 00 right to pass an act making a legalI Doliday In the states that power Is rested In the state legislatures Congress may make a holiday In the Dis trict of Columbia and at all posts and In all buildings that belong to the gay ernment but to make a holiday legal In any state there must be an act of the legislature to that effect Even Thanksgiving day is not a national holiday the president merely recommends that It be observed There are i few states in which the day is not DI legal holiday Chicago News Note It flown We all have bright friends whose opinions are valuable toulin regard lo our reading They seldom recom mend books that are not well worthI while and yet at times we forget the books recommended by these helptulI readers just when we might be able to find them This item is reminder to write down such recommendations of wisptheybooks lo read and then when selecting for a vacation a birthday gift or the iolldays you will not be at a IossSt Nicholas Game For Little People- A good game from the kindergarten leads to accuracy and discrimination in the use of the senses Several objects are grouped on a table a child is blind folded one object is removed the child tells which Is gone Conundrum Why did the scarlet runner run Be ause the dog rose When dill the baker bake When the ioafer loafed Why did the coal scuttle Because io tongs were snappy Marching Song Bring the comb and play upon It Marching here we come Willie cocks his highland bonnet Johnnie beats the drum IPeterFeet In time alert and Each a grenadier henrtyIAll Marchjng In the most double martial While the napkin like a banner Waves upon a stick Heres enough or tame and phhlae Great commander Jane Now that weve been round the vll 1LetsRobert Louis Stevenson CHOICE MISCELLANY Wealth In Abandonee Wealth In abundance awaits those who have the perseverance and hardl hood to grapple with the strenuous ii task of developing certain parts otInorth Africa Liberia for instance The country was made for the agriculturist the climate Is kind to thewbite nina it Is rich and willing null for labor expended will repay with bounteous crpps The principal products t are coffee cotton plassava cocoa rubr ber nuts and fruits The forests are magnificent and un worked Twentytvo different kinds of rubber trees are found and cam wood is plentiful Gold and sliver exJ1st in paying quantities The cultlva tlon of the soil is neglected and the product scanty Labor receives as compensation only 24 cents a day together with rations which consist of one quart of rice and one pound of dried fish There are no public high lngJthntij exist The plow is seldom It ever used and the hoe nnd knife are the r chief implements of agriculture The proper cultivation of the rubber tree would bring great wealth Cotton grows everywhere In the Interior and with proper cultivation would yield enormously The soil of Liberia Is em orrriceI Washington SellerStarIeIe The Paris water supply Is not flrt class although attempts are made evtffy year to improve It but thoecwho sometimes draw cloudy and tepidpwater from the mains in Paris do not know that they can have clear anti pure water instead quite easily andKcheaply There are still ten sellers of water In III Paris They are old employees of the water Pthegiven charge of wells over which tho executors of the company still have rights They sell their water at a penny for twentyfive gallons nut one of them told me recently that they tlltulbought for a centime or the tenth of a penny If no other instance WON nooded to duringUte amountedCoGazette Qia Toys That Sanhe1Those of us who as children fifteen or twenty years ago played with the then omnipresent Jackstones and expended a portldn of our allowances an Vactys nrid rubber balls are apt to tlJepnstSuchcase and tons of the cheap little toysI greatironplied There is no ckiss of patrons orclnovelty toys Inexpensive as well as cgstly the rag doll still flourishes as lunderstudy fqi her flaxen haired sister picturesIrunny portions of this city little folk can bo seen enjoying a game of jacks- on tho doorstep New York Press English Conaaiiiptloa of Meat Last year there were 438780 tons of beef mutton and lamb Imported Into the United Kingdom being an increase of about 75000 tons as com pared with 1904 There were big In creases In Argentine frozen beef In Australian and Argentine mutton and In Australian Iamb The Argentine meat companies which are financed almost entirely with British capital succeeded in wresting a considerable proportion of the chilled beef trade from the United States While 8372 ehl1ledIllast year than in 1904 there was an In crease of 25328 tons of Imported chlH ad beef from the Argentine Republic perIrent of the worlds total output in chilled and frozen meat D qEl rteJ OnlytJF Sh t iIf i sHF1 l I rr1 We have contracted for a limited number of lIII yearly subscriptions to m The American Farmer f i rTJ One of the best semi nionthly Farm papers published and fora short time we will give V 4 m W Absolutely Free 33- Ici 4 with each new subscription or each renewal to NEV SLEA I t1 DER for one year We will also Two Dollarshj1 J f tJgive Uie andIcJyourij r I it r ELDAVISONJrtc- 1 m fL Pub NewsLeader Springfield Ky m U B BJ3BBB BBB 4ir F To Cure a 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