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HrT7Tc1ES7ABLIS11ED t IN183vt F I J WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 2 I9Q6J j SER1ESYOL XIII NO 30 SPRINGFIELD 100 PER YEAR I czi R iF TRUSTY PRACTICAL 1 ntal work alyaasonable prices I llworkguaranteedI I SPRINGFIELD KY I OUR DIRECTORY J SPRINGFIEID county seat of Washington County 52 miles souih tast of x xinptoh 59 miles from Luis 111e on Bardstovrn branch of I ouisyille and Nashville railroad in a farming and agricultural district ITwo Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumber I iIi yards gopuTation 1100 population ofT eounty 15OOOIRep esentativeiu Congress Hon BA 4 fl Smith HodgenvUle Ky I I Representative in Kentucky L gisA ature Hon W D ClaybrookeA 1 Representative in State Senate Hon ef HarrY Lancaster Lebanon Ky d County DIrectoryL fj CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Co rt begins pa the fourth r Monday in February May and October Of jH Thurman Judga It I Durham Commonwealth AtTJ ocney AF M Campbell ClerkTM G Leachman Master Comtnlss ncrri V QUARTERLY COURT IQuarterly Court is held on the third l nday jn each month vBfi Litsey JudgLaJ 7 j COUNTY COUii q County CvAirt meets on the fourth Monday in ech mouth noL Litsey Judge 1 TCF Booker County Clerkii TSMayes County AttorneydGeorge Catlett JailerJ dSidneySam Anderson at EHcrbertEddlemahlEd Masters SnrveyorTW T Mitchell DeputywRobert Noe TreasurerS JW J ilf Montgomery Coroner Bush Supt of Common Schools PO Springfield CITY COURTt4 James R Noe Police JudgehJohn Grace Marshal wT F Grigsby CityAttorney g =4l JUSTICE COURTp Intce Courts are held in JanuaryS April July and October t tChurch DirectoryCo r METHODIST CHURCH vRevG W Lyotf Pastor Ser vices on the Firstand Third Suud- aysllheach month at 11 a m and 70 p in SundayScliOOl eyerySunday atlO amE hPrayer mtefing every Wednesday aiiht i1t V CATHOLIC CHURCH lj Tey P F Hennessar Pastor Ser prices very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock SScrvicesr4Ro5C5ameh0i s r iI p r ICHRISTIAN CHURCH I j Rev WT Walsen Pastor Sej vii l ievcry Sunday HP r3C PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH oBev T D I atimer Pastor 1 v Eteacbine every Sunday at 11 ani and at 7 pm Sunday school every nnday at 10 am Prayer meetin very Thursday evening at 7 oclock I BAPTIST CHUCH Rev Win Harrison Williams Pa btI Preaching every Sunday at IT am 7 and 745 pm Sunday School event Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting c evry Tuesday evening at 74IloCl IIterna1 Orders If MASONIC LODGK Springfleid lodge SO meets first and third Mouday Ct tiftach month Washington R A Chapter No 7II meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council jNoS2 meets on Very 9udhMondav KNIGHTS pf TIm MACAHEES Meet v iro FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney c Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Bo not rJs khaymg Slights DIj tase or Diabetes There i I is wkhing gained by delay r4 SOc mud 100 Bottles RCFU6C SUSSTITU- TESiForsalebyRedCrossEr gSI rf r iT THE N13WS4J3ADI3R INEW DENTISTOffice d2riH lraw hfiiSiHytt A J lr mnw fri 1 1llboUNnI Of TALK MMcQcw1w My Wants do not want a fortujie great do nbtseek the caresof state FdoF fori would I take part in the race For goldr qnly ask that I May sow good will while passing by And that when Jam laid below The cool green soilif where daises Some one will pause a bit and then Declare He helpedhis fellqwmen do not covet mansions rand Nor acres broad on every hand do not yearn for jewels bright o dazzle my poor neigliborssLght- do not yearn to take command nd order men on every hand only ask that I maygo long a road where flowers blow nd dying have meti pause and say- sHe Icatter d sunshine all the way Let others dig and delve for gold et others place of power holdJt et others with a lordly air Stand forth withiti the limelights t glare Let others trade on hops and fears And profit by the sobs aaitears those they wreck I only ask The strength to do each daily task hen homewardgo With heart elate ndgreet my loved one at the gatchen dying have men paiuse a while And sayulle gave the world a smile Commoner TT EAVERIN The Republi iO cans of Washington county J re anxious to becorne better ac aitlted with Judge M L Heaverin tile Republican nomi nee for Congress fpi the Fourth j district and he has signified histt intention pf visiting this place the campaign and will- oubtless be heai d in a speech J the Court Judgemnno1high is a quali fications and a cleai lpolitical ree cittl He is a good4tp speaker and declared at lie convention hich nominated hjimjat Hodgen t il1 that he had a ifjfejw questions on the political is ujss to put to the Horn Ben Johrispn his oppo nent should they ever meet on he stump Washi4ton county as a habit occasion ally in con gressional and natic nal races of J going I Republican Land this- earmight furnish one of those urpiises fI TAS NOT ON Itl was at one l of the games at the High school base ballpark during week of the teachers theI and a batch of young lady ers were Suddenly InterestedspectatorSja startled first question what ending is this Upon being told that the homo team was windbg up the last of the seventh inning she subsided only to break oIagain afresh later QJ1 with the luuuwiu who is that empire any how He is a mighty poor pie 1 f couldnt empire d game better than that I would quit 7TV DGlJST 25Tir r Cfo u n t y Xa Judge Litsey has set the day for a vote as to whether or not spirituous vinous or malt liquors shall be sold bartered or loan cllin ashtngton countv4 The locoloptiQnfv election will be pulled off on Saturday August 25th and theqijestion settled and the discussion ended sofar as this county is concerned The question will be voted on by secret ballot and the question as put on the ballot s vtry simple you are in favor of the sale of liquor m the county there is a square left for you to stamp under the work Por if opposed you are to tamp opposite the word against Ttie same officers which served at the ast regular election are to actat Each side win bts tiiselcctiOflj lergers at the voting places TTJ HANifPULrW a s h i ngtpn JQ ccunty farmers certainly spiritsIthis season The indications now point to the corn crop as being one of the largest ever grown in the cduhty white to bacco the great money crop is looking exceedingly promis ng Farmers have been faring very weir all along the line in fact prices for live stck have ruled high TIe money brcushf into the county from the sale of lambs aone this yearrepisents a small fortune and hogs are soaring in price ICurEd Hal For aMSonuncr A J Nusbaum Batesyille Indiana writes Last year I suffered forI three months with a summer cold so distreccibg that it interfered with my business Iliad many of the simptoms of hay fever and a doctorsprescrip iian did not reach m3ca1eqnd I toCk several medicines which seemed to onlvaggravatemy case Fortunately I insisted upon having Fowlers Honc cy and Tar and it quickly curdinc My wife lias since used Fowlers Hon ey and Tar with the eanic Sncces- sSoldat l Ked Cross Drug Store j IHonor For Josh Bowles ff- Mr Joshua B BowleSj of Nel on county who resigned as a njember of the State Board of Agriculture Forestry and Immi gration has been elected Secre tary of the State Fair which will be held in Louisville Septem t ber 1722 The resignation ofI Mr Bowles wa accepted byGov Beclcham and as announced else t where in THE STANDARD his suc ssor named in the person of Mr puthrie M Wilson of Nelson county Mr Bowles salary was fixed atS2500 per year but he can be employed for one year on ly Mr Bowles was largely instill mentall in securing the permanent location of the State Fair for Louisville and insecurinOt t the location of the Fair in Louisi yule this year at a meeting held in Louisville Monday Charles B Norton Caldwell Norton George E Dan orb and L H Hudson were named members of the Board of Control ofthe permanent State Fair to represent Louisvilleand the board organized for imme diate and active work m making arrangements for the fair this fall Aside ro l1 the Louisville J members it consists of five mem bers of the State Board of griJ culture They were W T Har risxLawrence Jones Wi IL Moot man Guthrie Wilson and M A Scovell 1t Harris was elected chairman of ttye board Mr Bowles who accepted the Secrataryship of the Fair iscred lied with having much to do with the great showing made by Ken tucky horses at the Lcuisana Purchase Exposition He will havean office in the Board or Trade building until after the close of the Fair Standard I Aiiollier Good Man Gone Wroni He neglected to take Fowlers kid ney curcT t the first signs of kidney trouble hoping t voud wqar awa and he was soon a victim jbt Brights disease There is dthger lu1elav but if Fowlers Kidney Cure is taken at once the symptoms will disappear the kidneys are strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of ftlorgahtowh End had to go up tenor twelve times in the night and had a severe backache and pains in the kidneys and was cured by Fowlers Klduey Cure Sold at Red Gross Druer Store Sudden Death at Woodlayn Mrs Susin Grume died at her home near Woodlawn yesterday 1Irsfshefthe region of the heart and death llosvedshortly tlieresfter De ceased was a mpmbeiiNof the 11i11I Oceek Baptist church and vas a good Christian woman Two sons Messrs Ben and John Crume of Lebanon and four daughters Mrs Arch Weathers Misses Bettie E Mary and Mon day Crude of Wdodlawn suryiv per The funerall occurred at Poplar Flat church this morning 1Standard Big Reception William Jtnmngs Bryan will be given a public reception and welcome at home by the Democrats of Louisville and the entirei south soon after the Eastern Democrats get through welcom ngjiira A movement has beer on foot for sonre dime to make the recepton a bige ent It isi the intention to invite all the Democrats in the South The rectjpticr s to be held in the armory at Louisville which will seat VfGOO people This committee Ras charge of the prelirfi nary arrangement and have invited prominent Democrats from out of the State to act with the committee Among those are Senator J CS Blackburn Senator James B McCreary JudgeThomas H Paynter Gay J C W Beckham former Gov J Proctor Knott and TJrej Woodson Secretary of the Na tional Democratic Committee This committee will be increased later ou and will have in charge all ftbe arrangements for the proposed reception Mr Vreelacd says ho feels confident that the reception will be the biggest political gathering ever held in Kentucky Arrangements will be made to secure low rates from all the railroads in Kentucky and the South and from points in uthprnlndiaria TbC EndJ of the World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Groye laV of all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters JHe writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer mg which I would never have survived had I not taken Elec tricBiters They also cured me of General Debility Sure cure for all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness and yeak ness or bodily decline Price 50c Guarantee by G J Haydon drug stbre KentuckyFair Dates Jp Cynthiana August 14 days Danville Augusv 13 days Uniontown August 75 days Harijodsburg Au st774days Fern Creek August 144 days Vanceburg Augustl54 days Springfield August 15V4 days Broad head August 153 days Columbia August 2l4 days Shepherdsville Aug224 days Lawranceburg Apg 214 days Gutbrie August 233 days Nicholasville Aug 28 4 days London August 284days Shelbyville August 28 4 days Florence August 204 thiss Ewing August 30 3 ysfElizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept 45 days Bardstown Sept 5J days Glasgow Sept 124 daps Lexington Sept 174 days Sebree September 185daYH Henderson Sept 25 5 days Falmouth Sept 264 days Pembroke Sept 273 days Oweosboro October 5 days Mayfield Octobers 34 days Elkton October 34 days There Is nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeaccwiththe world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing eo conducive to good work and tood re mits The healthy man with a healthy mind and body is a better fellow better workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is handicapp ed by some disability however slight A plight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and your digposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune atd both your brain and body will respond Little Indiscretions of overeaslirg can be easily Corrected and you will be surprised to see how much better man you are Try alittleKodol For Dyspepsia ufter your meals Sold byiill drtgists Farm Sold What is said to be the highest price ever paid for land m the west end t f the county was given this week when the farm bulong ing to W C Kearns adjoining the town Perrvville was pur chased by Chatleu Cadwell of Kansas for 10750 per acre The purchase c insists of about leo acres and is recognized as an excellent piece of fat ming ground Mr Caldwell is a native of Boyle ane lived here until about three years ago when be sold out and moved to Kansas His longing ror the Old Kentucky Home was too strong and he derided to move back and pass his declining days in the Blue Grass Mr Caldwell is a brotherin law of Attorney Hornet Baughmau Donville Advocate Notice 1All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs Kate Green deceased will present same properly provpn to us on or before August 15 1906 This July 161908 C A GR EN JC MCELROY A mrs Mrs Kate Green deed FOUND AT BEECHLAND- An Old Book Containing wild- Flowers from this County Found in Boston r The Courier Journal is in re ceiptof a letter from W H John son instructor in Latin in Denil son University of Gran iII in whiph he tells of an incideTi1i whfch reveals the f cttba sent j ment and love of thebautifu1 nII nature were not crowded the hearts of Kentucky women illtheominou3 days of 18lj al though brothers fatherss and husbands were marchingaway to the battle field perhaps never to return In the letter MK Johnson sta fed that a few days ago he pur chased in a book store Boston Mass a fine old setof Lodge s Portraits U consisting of ten vol umes He says in turning over the unusedleaves of one of the volumes he found a well preserv ed little wreath of wild flowers consisting of anemones Dutch mans Breeches und othor Vari eties stilladhering to a sheet of noie paper against whice they had been pressed when fresh He says on the paper inside the cir cteof still faintly fragrant flow JJineJ At the conclusion of the letter to the Cousier Journal Mr Johnson takes occasion to say MJt iis a touching little memen to of some ones love of nature unexlinguished even by the dark clouds of the spting of 1861 and f the 1llacts come to the attention of the owner or any ofcher fami ly I shall take plCasurin packing tthe flowers carefully and return ih Ltlfl upon request Beech Land is a littl town in WashmgtQn cointy perhaps but little larger than it vas fortyfive whgn the wild flowers found by Mr Johnson wire pressed in the volume which afterward found its way into a Boston Bookshop In 8ml Pvtllse Major Hamm editor tnd mitna giot the Constitution list Eminence Ky when be was fiercely attacked four years ago by PileS bought a box of Buck IlansArnica Salve of which ha Says he says Jt cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cut and Wounds 25c at C J Hapdons drug store MQORiSV1LLE Since par last there has boon born to the wife of Lawrence Clark aOl found girl The infant child of Mr Arthur Moore died and was interrod in tho New Hope cemetery last Friday evening rThe our yearpld child of Mr and Mrs Gee Gibbs died and was interred in the New Hope last Saturday Mrs susan Grume and daugh tel Miss Bettie Ellen both died and wee interred at Poplar Flat church last week They had heart failure v Seyeral fim here attended church at Chaplin Fork last Sunday Some of rnyr local option friends here clit cise4Ime On account of what I said about a slim attendance at the local option meeting Every word I wrote is true and I sal last week 1 will repEat that I bolipvn Is ItYour- Own Hair I Do you pin your hat to your own hair Cant do it Havent enough hair It must be you do not know Ayers Hair Vigor Heres an introduction May the acquaint ance resuk in a heavy gYdwth of rich thick glossy hair Use this splendid hairfood stop your falling hair and get rid of your dandruff The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty years Xc1o 0 Ayer jlioweUH i Alio runuCtoturer of JU le11MLLS Lij Mooresville will go wet ats la thyself I am j01 local option but invariably I write the truth Mrs Tea Hardin and sister Miss Nancy Ellis were in Spring field last Monday shopping Itis reporter that1Mr Thos Oder hjis sold h sral mwlfr P Synder and purchased from Joe Bishop his farm known as part lof tthe Ben Pile farm ofIwmdIup next week illlofSeveral from here went on the excursion to Mammoth Cave last week All report a grand time Miss Mpyine Daily of Louis vile is visiting Miss Ora Carney Miss Kate Scott of Louisville- is visiting Masses Lillie and Emma Pile Mr Ham Pile and family of Valley I3ill are vsiting rein tives at Wakefield Galmicns Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that uplandsEDutton St in Waco Tex needs Inosea wall for safety Rewrites used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the past five Years and it keeps me hwell and safe Before that time T had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Crop Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to tate Every bottle guaranteed atC Jr Haydons drug store Price 50c and 1 Trial hottle free Church on Wheels TlieIKirkland co respondent to the Harrodsburg Democrat gives the lollowkg A church on wheels is the latest device for combating the liquor traffic in Philadelphia Assoonas a sa loon keeper starts a new saloon and his application for a license is filed the church on wheels is moved to within a few feet of the emporium and the saloon keeper throwsup Ins hand in despair This litile church is a substantial affair and wjll seat 250 people and uftor a campaign of a less weeks had putt fourteen saloons 1deHghted hero of the hour Other cjities j are aboutto build movable church es and the salppn keepers are doing sope tall thinking and the thinks are anything but consol in crtStrayed Strayed from my place two miles rom HarHitisCreek about three weeks tago a little slim bodied bay mare scar on under tip and left bind foot white above the hoof Any information lead ing to her recovery will byre wardd bv Louis Wright Mcln tro Kyw llulerv Sovrd How to keep off periodic at tackS of biliousness and habitual oonstipatiou was a mysery that Dr Kings New Life Pills solved for me writes John N Pleas ant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to everybody or money refunded Only 25c at- C 3 Haydons1 d ugstore An Injustice J From the reports concerning the great dissapoiniment of the lent ky oditors on account of a refusal of an obstinato raihoad agent to deliver a lot of liquors tbat it is alleged the editors were taken into the Grayson 83 rings meeting one wo ld infer that the pencil pusbers were arranging for a jainbpree at which a great big spree would be the feature An imprcssiyn of ttbis kind does the members of the Kentucky Press Associatipn great injustice They are not boozers They are o sober lot of fellows who nIeelianniially for business purposes to interchange ideasi to become better acquaint ed and to keep in close touch with each ather and to have a pleas ant tome socially not tt indulge in on orgy that their alleged dis tress over theifailufe to obtain a supply of liquors implies It is an exception to sei a member of the K P A under tne influ IT fiIiISUBScRJ11ON I t t 10 A YIAR t1 I g5h touch not neither do they han die the liquors that inebriate Indet1their conduct and good natured disposition to make tin best of every i hing have occasion ed favforabfe comment everywhere they have gone From the conductors or the trains whict carry them to ihe landlord of tin Hostelries flirt entertain them or thermeetiags it has been ihe common remark that the moth bejrs of the Kentucjy Press As soeiatkm have a higher regaic proprieties thin any body pf min thau these officias ate fcalled upon to erve No the Kentucky Pr Association is body of sober intelligent news paper workers wLo have too wuch selfrespect to be guilty of con iductr hat would impeach their character Danville Advocste PrQf Tyler of Amherst colle said rccentlU A man can live com for tab ly without braius n nan ever exhisi Cd without a digestive system The dyspeptic has neither faith hope 01 cbaraty Day by day the people re alize the importance ofcaring for iheir digestion healize the need of the use pf a little corrective afterovereating1 A correctiec like Kodol For Dyspep Sia It digests what you eat Sold hj all druggists f 1 Military Hero A man wearing the rfull uni Ifornrcf a regular army officer arid bearing the insignia of a cap tain arrived in Jhiscity las Mondny alien oon on fopvclaim ng that he had walked from Lebanon Junction He claims tc ne Captain Harry King of 39tb corapan PhiSJipine Scouts and that lie is on his way home from bhe Phillipine Islands oDa three mouths furlough He got off ot the train at Bov tinpGreen and lost lhisi purse Containing about 75 and had to ride Upon a freight as far as Lob anon Junction wheji he decided that jie preferred walking Ac bordihg to his own statemett he fs the grandson of General Hor itio King and a son of Captain Charles King the celebratedarmy bffieeraud author He carries a picture of General Anderson staff upon which his likeness is prominently shown His homes in Washington City but he left here with the expechrtiail of find ng his family sojue where in thc western part of the state where they are spending the summer Danville Herald Uiyc Up to D1c B Spiegle 1204 f Virginia St Ev nisville Ind writes For overftve yearsI was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me quch pain a nd worry Float flesh and vas all run down aud a year ago had tp abandon work entirely I had thre of the best pnysiciaris Who did me no good and I was practically given up io die Fowlere Kindey Cure wrs rec mmended and the firrt bottle grave tile great relief and after taking the leoond bottle I was entirely cured Sold at Red Cross Drag Store A Monstrous Idea 1Tlii station agent down at Grayson Springs the other day lid a remarkable thing That being a prohibition territory he refused to allow certain pack ties with which the editors were supplied to be removed to the hotel on the idea that they con tamed certain Rrofa e liquids Three detachments pf ediors having waited on the agents in pegrd to the dtlivqry cf the goods without avail a fourth was Mat lat sent back to the depot arid the spokesman itvde pera jti explained to the agent that the packages contained nothing but water fur use in makii g punclioThe agent was reasonable enough to want to see some of the waterandweUi ierstand the packages are still at the depot What a distorted superstition that agent must havel Why of course it was water What could be there natural than for a Kentucky edi tor to take his wvater with him when he goes to the Sprints knd who but a depot agent cou rt be so monstrous as to even sus picipn that a Kentucky editor wcuid drink anything but wa ter XBJTown Newt 1nsunce Insure in the Partners Honie Insurante Co pony of Junction City Kythe only company In the State that makes any claim roff pA i g its losses in ft M Jyr Dangerous r In myTesearchfor news items i IIliad one of a most seriQus ture one that should attract tbe 4tteniGn of our county ojHcers only the line of fence building along tihep ubMa highway On SOS eraloccasions I notic farmers tij or atleast land owner4 build ing barbed wire fences uoUaiBg but barbed wire from top to bqt lord along the road This prac v tlce should te prolitdlte d sIt is f nut only tedicus in coWriKJtioa lbut dangerous in e fcreaiif 3J Suppose a horse hitctMkT t vehicle with Qne or more llady r occupants should becomelriiht t fened and ron away possibly if aing into the Xenpe throwing its h occupants to the ground or through the fence whice would J bebade oughwiiheverog a fnce out In ase it sbpyld jsV P a barbed wicefence what would Jbe the result A body of min 4r gled torn and bleeding jleshf an swers the question on both bars Kand drivers would suffer untold pmisery and in some casec dettb tiJ Jr Now how do you suppo afa m er would feel tohave this HriOM t acc dent befalf any one and h I dethe cause It is indeed a bad practice a fencing the public highway with larbed wire fences and iai ley k fdnablel 1notive1 as the writer detests the use ofi suchdangerPas material and con T sequently does not use it It k f fL therefore av question ofpI i icntoeachindiviiuahthotrayel4the lfc JW AVny does the sun bara Why disthe mosquito svipg Wy do 04If tli i unhappy in the Good OldI iiii 2 Time Answer WeGoat We e f DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve a S ie w little Ills dont bother us I earii1b or the name ya the byl to get tki ge 4 tjine Soldby all druggists J Highest Price The highest price r csivjL during the year for white rteTi t tobacco crop pf 105 in tWiJ f Louisville or any other market was obtained at the atictioa ass IGat the Pianters Leaf TobreeoKWarehouse this week by r once Lebus oC CTnthiaDa Ky for a single hogshead of lascy selections wbichsoldfdr 30 25t lper hundred pounds The ait aitractad wide attention UM ttt simple being thin as tissue paper strong and smooth aiaili Sand of exquisite texture and color SfiBTrici M MIR r Mrs Prances L Sales cf MiMMri Nalley la mrite I bare besfOlden with kidney troajjlaaYer aft had severep siJlBli y backM a frequent dqaire to uriateIsiriding experienced iHUcb yatti the region of the kltlaeys I triM five physicians witkeat b acfit a 4 tthen concluded te try l liXifMrCure After taking tMt1 Wttl if I was completely C1iltU SeW y Red Cross Drug Store t L t Farm For Sale I wish to sell privately my farm rrsituated a mile and a half belowf troadt The farm is in a gopd Mali7 ol cultivation For firtbjifcjtp c i f ttIulars apply to i JW llJUP F Spr W4 ki AiJ 1IIf I have 10 limited supply of Xitra fine seed Wheat whkh I wish f0 dstribute among tthe fii rtrJ Ut of WashJDgtrn c un y ThoJ l wheat is the Yellow Pulx ttmtj and isperfectly cleaia aid sbuwl n Nptcverobusie1i will bIo Y lto inycyiimanH Piioe 1 per f r bushel fH JUYs iitv tTathjam Spt1as Kjr ShpL Strayed from my piac iw sr Pleasant Grove pn Je 25t l O g ewes 9 white tidOWi Wftctw JMFinder will btlibftallj rew rtd by returning sa to i ji r J PWIr4IsTT q Sew T A Taxes for the iSfringteld Graded Sclwol Ctil ttare now I f 1 de4dl1eThe Jori p all l1rj 1900 G 1iWXAMTON t 1t n rnsD- j U4es 1f f I Tilt NEWSLEADERT- tmuma BTMY TKOMDAY 81 AYKAPIINI ADVANCE 1 SPRIMGFI2LD KV 1 ELDAVISOJr 14eiit er b4ii MtloM 10 cM per Ich ubeqH UH9j tk idis MI calHU late and politic matte Toll weric Is II at lew rates bt cash tc b raid en delivery of goods rallr 1 OUhuwfe and resolutions of respect Hk per I KDJI Onmty Jtf ffi3trtM t 250 O trtetOees ii THURSDAY AUG 2 1906 We arawtfcttized to announce Noe ua aieoffice of Clerk o the Vaahijaytiim Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo cratfc party t scandal is premised lin the Bpuisville city hospital Charges 4 ntfclect of patients and gener al mismaiaagement of affairs are brought by physicians and thee Board oflPublic Safety is urged to Investigate Dr Menefee lan it1nternehas resigned r Willsbur J Mr and Mrs Charlie Hardesty andMisl Kate Smith of Louis yule visited friends here last week Miss Mae BOil Gibbs has re- t apleasantvisitwith field Mr W S Globs and wife of Englewood spent Wednesday with a party of friends at Tath Springs Mrs Bartie Sutherland and daughter Ora Fay of Rose Hill and Miss Oda Stiuett of Louis vill are the guests of Mr and Mjs T J Miller I Mrs M J Birch of Birch woOdJand Mrs J K Wells are s spending the week with relatives 0 in Louisville partYlast Wednesday and Thursday 0 ourItown last week John Reynolds spent Friday with E T Perkins at CardwelU Yrs W P Cheatham attended the Teachers institute at your town last week Mr George Robinson the pop ular painter of Botland has eon tracted to paint DrW W Hy atts residence and store house and Mrs J W Burtons resi dence f Mrs Sleet Pinkstone Miss Rice Armstrorgj Mas W P Merp ritt have all been on the sicklist b twe are glad to report them I better W M Foster is with hisi thresher in our midst this week Mr Fcster is a hustler and iis Ito4I We are glad to learn that Lilac and his estimable wife were not seripusly hurt during the storm last week J The young people enjoyed a pay ride on last Wednesday even ing to the delight of all who went Mr Ernest Goodlet of Kirk v wood is in our midst this week working in the interest of theModern Wordmen llodge 0A world of truth in a few words Kearly all other cough cures areton I stipatsng especially those containing t pates Kennedys Laxative Honey Sand Tar moves the bowels Contains 5 1nO opiates You can get it at all atull1sto Tatham Springs C Born to the wife of Mark Ded man a boy rMr Thomas Royaltv and wife1 of Ashbrooke visited their sons atthis place last week Rev Waldon of Springfield will address the crowd at Tatha- mnxtunday evening at oclock + on temperance Everybody in kvited Mr Silas Burkhead a1dwife attended the services at Btush fGrove Sunday Mr JIm White and family of p 4 Illinois are visiting relatives in this community There is a fine meetin going on at Brush Grove conducted by the Rev Summers and Hatchett Mr Thomas Royaltyand wife fValoise Royalty and family were the pleasant guests of J S Royalty and family Saturday farsaOO He will move there in the future Jtelhtht temperance people of this precinct met last lonrth organic14theircause Air n Keel jnfw appointed chairman and Juo Barkh l Secretary I will MM a few of the number that f Murrayffitroa 0 G DeiDis D H I Porjwr John Brown Len Sea D F Bryant George Bowman Abraham Kiys C F Cornish Winnie Kays George Royalty D M Satterly Charlie Gibson George Worner J W Satterly J S Royalty J M Royalty Silas Burkhead Bruner Arm strong Merrell Pi6kston Bill flillGordoWhite James Keeling This is only a few of the many that are in this organizationHYACINTH From another correspondent We have a very interesting Sundayschool this place this is also a business little village J P Johnson Is handling band selline lots of goods The hotel is on a boom they have one hun dred boarders MrSfTatham has returned home after a long visit to her son Joe at Clinton Ill There will be speaking at this place next Sunday evening There is a protracted meeting at Brush Grove at this writing Mr and tyrs Will White had lots ot friends to visit them last Tuesday Mr James White and family John Keeling and wife Elisha White and family John Wesley Saturav and wife Mack Richareson wife and little son Mrs Deliah Owen and family Isiah Calter and wife Mrs Bet tie Jenkins aid daughter all spent a nice time Mr will Cotsinger is better at this writing lIDont drag along with a dl1UIbm ions heavy feeling1 You need a pill Use DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills Do not sicken or gripe but results are sure Sold by all druggist v Thorn Hill Mrs Lee Hiatt and daughters Maggie and Mary Alice are the guests of Mrs Abe Canary this weekMrs Nannie Scott and two sons and daughters are the guests of their aunt Mrs H S LitseyMrs Eva Penn ngt9n and daughter after a pleasant visit to her aunt Mrs H S Litsey have returned to their home in New Albany Misses Lizzie and Margarette Litsey have returned home after a pleasant trip to Mammoth Cave The dining given by Mrs Abe Canary in honor of Mrs Lee Hiatt Tuesday was well attended Those present were Mrs Nannie Scott soris and daughter Mrs Eva Pen ington and daughter of New Albany Miss Grace Cull of Woodchuck Mrs Dick Lan ham and daughter May Mrs H S Litsey andi daughters Jennie aid Margarette Mrs Lula Anderson Mrs Will Bar ker Mrs Emma Young and Miss Hattie Logsdon Miss Hattie Logsdon and brother Mord visited their Grandfather Mr Marion Sweeny Saturday and Sunday Miss Maggie Hiatt is visiting her aunt Miss Mittie Hiatt of Mackville i Miss Sue Fenwick was the guest of Mrs Lizzie Adams from Friday until Sunday Misses Margarett Litsey and BrewerChesterfChester with the family of Q W Fenwick FORGETMENOT In thif state it is not necessary to serve a five days notice for eviction of a coldL Use the orfnallaxative cough syjrup Lenhedys Laxatite Hon ey and T ir No opiates Sold by aU bruggists I J 0 Valley Hill Mi The whiskey question is all the topic iin this section Visiting seems to be a thjng of the past and trading is not in order while work is going on What crops the rain failed to wash up the hail following earn pletely destroyed leaving the skeleton of the crops as a mark by which the destruction wrought thereby shalllong be remembered here Mr and Mrs Ed Go tleyof Maud visited relatives in this section the first of the week toMammoth daughISam Scott of Polin visited Mr Sabe Hardm and wife Sunday WillisISaturdaycontractrng ofthIsIntheweek attendedtheinclementcompelled totay ahome Unobeing one of them WestfieldFloraSnon arrived at this place Monday to visit their parents Mr and Mrs nearPolinvisit other relatives in Harrodsburg otherBluegreturningIts not frequent alocaltradewIthhoweverquite T r iri 7I Mothers Ear womm HI THlHta SAN t WHK- HmftM Ml INFANT ANN THE MONTHS THAT COM mfOK THAT TIME srorra EMULSION murrttfa THE EXTRA rmnvarM Aum HomtimHMfMT mo ncmmAitY rom THE HEALTH Of MOTH MOTH fit aria CHILD Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE ChetabU N5 Pearl Street New York 5ocaadftod aU draQbt a little bill to the Mrs Clark MondayIts hard day when a fellow goes to church to stealI anyhow it is dope or was Sunday night when a valuable pair of martin gales were stolen from a young man of this place Watch your rubber tires theyll be next Mr Sabe Hardin has removed his saw mill to the farm of the frrrundy Orphanage where be has a large contract cutting and hauling logs besides cutting the lumber Building is the order of the day here The clink of the ham mer can be heard from dawn till the last rays of day Gilbert Donahoe 4s having a large barn built under management of Joe Beaven Also Chas Grundy is having a house erected contract of Mr James Lyon of Lebanon School began at this place MonJay with Miss Pearl Goatley as teacher The enrollment for the first duy was 31 pupils which is better than was anticipated for the first of school The parents seenj to have manifested more interest in their children and the school thus far than heretofore and it is hoped that we will hav e a better school than ever befor Much fine tobacco can be seen in this section togetherwit- bsomesorrvYet the prize crop of this section is that of Mr Geo Tucker on a 6 acre lot of Mr P G Grundy which cannot be beat The well that caused so much attention among the citizens of this year because of its impor tance asa district well has at last attracted the attention of our trustees who made aft effort oh last Tuesday to reclean and prepare in general the top ir order to prevent rabbits snakes squirrels and insects of various kinds from falling in and ruining the water This well has been in an unsanitory condition for quite awhile and I am glad to see it again repaired Not for a number of years has our vicinity been the victim of such damaging rain and hailstorm as was that of last week Thecrops of all kinds were seriously damaged in some places completely destroyed The oats that failed to becut were render ed a completd fallen mass and several who contemplated plowing their corn again were sadly disappointed immediately after thestorm the fact was easily dis cornible that no more corn plow lug could be done this season owing to the fact that it was in some cases uprooted togetner wth much fine tobacco Tha most serious damages yat learned were near Polin where the hail ruiued several crops of extra find tobacco The waters were higher in most all strerms thati for years before and in many cases overflowed large bottoms where very fine tobacco crops were standing and oblitra ted them Mr Jessie Mann of near Booker suffered serious loss in this manner and others more or less too numerous for publication UNO Why take a dozen things to cure that cough Kennedys Laxative Honey and Tar allays the congestion stops that tickling drIves the cold out through your bowels Sold by al druggists MAUD Your humble correspondent havjng recently had the pleasure of visiting her parents at her home town gathered some little news and is exceedingly glad to greet the old readers and writers of the dear old News Leader once againLThis section of the county escaped the terrific wind and hail storm of the past week air though a heavy rain fell on Mon day Misses Fbrrest and Beard of Louisville who have been the pleasant guests of Misses Bess and Kathryn Settle have return ei home much to the regret of some of our young men Miss Elizabeth Kobinson of Louisville Miss McCormick of Waddy and Miss Houston of Bloomfield are guests of Miss Hallie Huston Mrs Forrest Pottmger of Washington D C who has been visiting her parents here is now visiting relatives at New Haven and Gethsemane Those from here who joined the party who visited Mammoth Cave last Wednesday and Thurs day were Mrs Ora Crume LYdiaVirginEmma Bodine and Messrs Jeff ana Love Settle Miss Moffett of Lebanon has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Nat Bricken Mrs J N Shehan who has reportedbetter Mrs Ora Crnme and SOD Dor chester attended the funeral of PoplarSaturday Misses Tavie Goodlett and Bessie Drury of Hardestys Yancey1andMr Albert Shehan is on the stek list Mrs Jennie Barlow is visiting her sister Mrs R C Boblit in Spriogfield this week Miss Josie Shehan was in your town Thursday Our school at this place begins the first Monday in September with Mrs James Cheatham of WlUisburg as teacher Mrs Cheatham was formerly Miss Clara Shepherd and has taught successfully for the past four or five years near Willisburg The protracted meeting at Camp Ground is being well at tended and some very interesting and instructive sermons are being delivered Frank Arnold of Maple Hill was in our town Saturday even ing Messrs Eugene Shehan aud Will Virgin wera recent guests of the latters sister Mrs Thos Reed of Valley Hill Mr Thos Virgin had the mis fortune to llose a very valuable borse one day last week the re suit of eating the smut on corn The wheat in and about here is very nearly all threshedand the farmers seem to be very well satisfied as to tne result of the crop AND CA HICKORY NUTS A Plea For the Neglected but Fine and profitable Shellbark Agreat deal tins Uccn said and writ ten about the merits of the pecan In recent years no more perhaps Than It deserves but none of our numerous horticultural orators seems inclined to give the public any heated air Im pregn ted with the agreeable perfume of the shellbark There are dozens of trees In different sections of the coun try that produce really fine shellbarks and hundreds more that bear Inferior nuts all of jvhlch are usually gathered and Jumbled together for market Strange ait may appear as a rule they always bring prices that are fair ly remunerative It Is obvious to any one familiar with the hickory family that it Is not BHELLBARK niOEOBT NUTS Top row JlooseveltClose headed very strong grower foliage drops andInut short dud compressed very and prominently ribbed season hulls thin comparatively Middle row Burchard Rather close headed foliage drops early nut squarish oval strongly compressed slightly ribbed cracks right Beacon medium early very pro ductive hulls thick Bottom row Waugh Branchy or close headed af fording large bearing tired sheds foil age early nut squarish oyal large ob scurely ribbed shell thin separates readily from kernel fine quality season medium very productive hulls thick practicable to grow much of a tree In ave or six years iron either seed or graft unless trees too large for trans planting were top worked with grafts In compensation for the severe strain upon the patience by the long waiting for the shellbark to come Into bearing Is the fact that when they do come Into tearing like the Colorado potato bugs and the San Jose scale they dome to stay as all the hickory family are noted for their longevity With a little rare to get them started ten tofify trees could be grown on every farm in out of the way places along fences and In odd corners where their shade would not materially injure other crops It is useless to suggest to the young men of today to plant a crop of any dnd that they will have to wait fifteen rears to harvest I do however seri usly appeal to the old kind hearted veterans of the farm to plant shell barks for their children and grandchil Iren and other peoples grandchildren J W Kerr Maryland in Country 3entlemnnJ The Morning Glory Peat A number of farmers of our acquaint ince have had splendid success in kill tag morning glories by cultivating the soil whiig it is wet The claim is made that one cultivation when the loll is in a somcwliat puddled condition will do much more effective work than several cultivations when it is dry Of ourse throughout a considerable part of the belt the season ls already esIpeclnllpay cr upones in the corn In order to keep thp leaves and stems down A single horse cultl vator designed on the plan of the ordinary harrow may be effectually used later in the season If there are plenty of teeth lu it the vines will be trailed out Those near the plants must be pulled by hand Iowa Homestead No Scarcity of FlafaJ The recent death of the famous restaurateur of Dlgnot t afloat many stories about ong his patrons was Aurelien was he who told ota little SchOUtItaddi Lion to which be once s nysScholldejeuner For the first the charge was 23 francs The next day the bill was 28 Blgnon was summoned How is this A discrepancy of 5 francs and for the same Items Strange Indeed said Dlgnonoar will Inquire Soon ie returned radiant Just as I thought The cashier made a mistake against herself of 6 francs yesterday But I will not make you pay itI Anther day Prince Demidoff glanced at lila bill and saw a fish put down at 0 francs The deuce be exclaimed Fish must be scarce this rearn Oh no affably replied Blgnon It no- tshthatarp v but Prince Dginl WOMAN AND FASHION JleTCa blouse JleTIcollar worn and l 1 C c BLOUSE SUIT with these suits are usually of leather either patent or dull kid the latter be ingconsidered a bit smarter A small pocket Is Inserted at the left side and the shield may be removable Concerning fliouex blouse Nothing can supplant the lingerie I It has come to stay and Is so satis factory that rnb woman could get on without It The latest models from Paris show much lace and all orerembroidery Italian lace In blocks and circles Is ont of the newest and smartest trimmings There Is a tendency toward severely cut blouses without fullness tucks or plaits These however are mostly the hand embroidered linen waistsdMost of the new Paris blouses aveJshort sleeves t Many of these turn back at the el bow with a most jaunty and becom lug cuff French Handkerchief The prettiest handkerchiefs are be- Ing made as fancy work out of plaid anti corded handkerchief linens which came out in the spring for blouses and shirt waists and morning dresses French handkerchiefs exactly like them have been popular for several years but if you hemstitch duplicates of the French ones may be yours for the merest fraction of the cost For a yard of the stuff costs less than a single made up handkerchief And a yard makes a good many handkerchiefs Vosrne of Stripe Stripes are the newest They are more modish than checks or dots But let the long slender llady beware of them Narrow gtripes on a white ground are the best choice The very wide stripes look fearsome on anybodyJBatiste silk flannel percale gauze i and muslin all come in striped pat terns Dainty Summer Frock Many of the loveliest of the summer frocks for young girls are made of flowered muslin of one sort or another and with some simple trimming of lace This one gives the favorite princess skirt and is delightfully girlish at the FLOWERED MCS3JIN ULCH same time that it Is chic and novel In the illustratIon the waist Is high but It can be cut out giving a half low neck If better liked while In either case it Is finished with narrow frills of lace The elbow sleeves tbecomingstyle and the entire dress Is highly to be commended As shown valen clennes lace makes the yoke and the a trimming but whether this shall be of lacoor of tine needlework is always graceIthe waist Is a simple one closed at thd back Beef Crackling For FowL Beef cracklings may be fed to either chicks or adult fowls They should be i ground rather fine and for chick feed lug the coarser particles should be siftpcd out They should be fed in thetsame manner as beef scrapIteliableP Poultry Journal Are of a Heifer In a heifer at three years of age three pairs of broad teeth should be fully up and in wear and the corner milk teeth may be shed or shedding with the corner permanent teeth ap penning through the gums American Cultivator Sellthe GeIdIasPAs a rule geldings will prove unprofitable to keep on the farm Sell them when matured and either ue tbod brood mares or growing colts tn I the farm W9rk Quieted Down Have you had any trouble wltk yqnr heart Not lately Im living with my third wife Cleveland Plain DeeW 1J I If You Want C e If Anything in C Real Estate I c or C i rlnsnraoce tCCallon B D LAKE rr r rTte Orunnal = Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great m rit and popularity of Foleys Hon ey andTar many iIS itations are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Fpley Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute affered as no other preparation will ffive the stme satisfaction It ip mildly laxative It codtains no opiates and is safest for children and- alicato persons Solp by Red Cross Drug Store LIST OF FARMS FOR SALE BY McElroy Wharton Eeal Estate Agents No 65 170 acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on pike good dwelling and barns 50 acres In Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000 No 66 125 acre farm well located gooddwelling new barn all necjessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom lard fannwell fenced and in good state of ultivation Price 6000 No67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good 5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 No 68 118 acre farm wejl located right on pike well fenced and well improved Pricc 35 per acre No 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good house and small barn mostly in grass well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies well and iIsas goodas 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 duelling house 2 Jenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty ofjtobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 550 per acre No 73 385 acre farm well located right on pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine bodof timber plenty of tobaeco land Price 35 per acre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn SSacres of bottQm land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25tNo 75 125 acre farm located hear town12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all goqd Price 20per acrerNo 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield vrelHrnproved 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 improve ments of every kind 7 room dwelling halls arid porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat hQuse buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced- A firstclass farm onehaf mile from Mackville Krlght on the pike This farm is well improved in every way new 8 room dwelling house two tenant houses good stock and bacco barns cribs etc This farm nearly all lies well and is infa high state of cultivation This is strictly nice place and a chance for someone to buv a nice home The price is right and terms easy Price 50 We also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 34 miles from Spring field Ky The improvements on this place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbu lId ings There is on the farm a good orchard and plenty of small fruit of tobacco land and some is well fenced and watered rice 510 per acre No 78 80 acre farm located iin Marion county good tfroom dwellinf good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient to school and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located good improvements of every kind new house and barn all lies well close to good school and aU churches rice S3750 Notice We are determined not to do custom grinding any more We will buy your grain and sell you the flour and meal at market prices Jarboe McWhorter MKiNGs NEW DISCOVER Will Swely SLIP Tint Cough IIH15 t t RoIls ofMattiftgrlr i iT COST m CASH lj Anice assortment of FLOOR RUGS 1 4 At Cost forCash 9 ti tiLacewhich we will close out at 25 per dent I offforcash I 4v OTHER BARGAINS ON SAME TERMS IA 6RDNDY A McINTM I r j t414c3 XXi 4 4 4A4 J t + rOOOOA oo voooo Time Flies of have Thefirstclock chronometer C1ockand JroundL store My i tock reflects being expert in selecting money from t r 9James Gr I 3 1 i j r ri EE ECDE rla I PARIS GREEN j 1 1 Bun tt Brandm I The Kind that PS m IHHYDONSICORNER STORE r EEEiSEE HII 4 44 WE HA VB TO INVEST FOR CLIENTS J S75OOOO TO SlOOCXOOO in good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturinf iBankor Trust Company propositions I i Wl BUY END SELL jizBuy and entire of municipal and corporation fr bonds md prepared furnish capital for any merit0- rious propoisition Have Inoney to loan on any Nc Jit L proposition tlOJPn CO tKELERBU1LDIG 0 LOUISVILLE tw b144 qL if ittJAiiMncrcil Big Tim Sullivan of Tammany tame of an Irishman who shortly bis entrance into the business of the east side asn contractor began to dlspbse of Ills suporlluous wealth by tlie purchase of iliamonds of becaine a heavy buyer One evening a meeting him In the lobby of the theater observed thatitbe Irishman was affording tub ubi1a uiorp than usually liberal dis play of the gems Look here Pat said the uJon oughtnt to so many diamonds at once ildered vulgiir Vulgar indignantly repeated the contractor I dont know about tiiat one thing Ive noticed me friend and that Isthem that has emlLlppincottaATiplcni Girl X G Phelps Stokes noted soclol bglst inralsetl In an address the demo rtlc and unsnobblsh spirit of typ ical American gltl typical Ainerica t girl he said idlnodouc iuLondofi at Princes Curing concert that followed lhe duiner the noticed a handsom man said thcrerjiGentleman Gentleman Indeed i that Is a lord LortlvSeympiir otI omerset JTb Jlmerlcan girl smiled and sard jalmly j n1OiltenUemcnPost i Is an old adage Its a big jump though from the time the first clock to now Bridge the chasm andwhat you J the one offtoday almost a Accurate Elegant Jewelry Iis what you find the y at my jewelry new I my jewelry stock buy me 1 8 J iI e t 81 NJ a DRUG II i J ft6 sell issues are to A w RX after life which lie friend frioiiil wear Its cOn oh but em tyears the the 4A night the girl tall and Why crude i F rJh1 t l Corn In Virginia iP At the Virginia experiment station six leading varjetltis of cOrn tested 1 were Boone County White Virginia Golden Dent Hickory King Cocks Prolific Blount prolific and Learning Boone County White ranked first III yeld of grain per acre with 0378 bushJ sis lugol1owet1 by irginiaGIdeuI Dent ifitli 5284 bushels Lenthina4 twhich ranked last Inyleld ranked flrst In carllness anfa was the only vatiety Requiring U shorter period of growth than Boone County Shite Blount Pro lific gave the smallest percentage of t largest1Awas secured from at Andrew ruta baga f Clicap Pe1l1t TSJte1terJ A writer in Farui Jouriiai ballt a past1cnSonwlthInto the ground raid a frame of rtrip Of Inch board rite 111whole was coy cred wUh heavy red resin shed buli11ni paper QUIQKLTDUILTBQOST G coo without any boardiugr The result was very isatls rrt tory The cut shqws a similar i siC gestion of an open sided fall rooethiip coop tar chicks It can be built la ar jouple of hours and taken dowi when do loiiger needed Use laths aloag tW werlapplng dos ot the paper fOIIn a tt DiJIJ BURTON- S IDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED r WITHOUT PAIN 6ncxHBgB Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Work Strictly Firstclass L i t Dr J H LAMPION DR J C MODD LAMPTOHMUDD Pijsiciins ana Surgoolls 1 1r jjOfficesover Haydons Drugstore WF GRIGS BY l ATTORNEY AT LAW i iF afflce over Peoples Bank SPRINGFIELD KY I J B RoBARDS MLW HYATT ROBARDS HYATT I Pijsiciins and SurgoonA 1Oceover McElroy Shu1- tzDRJHHOPPER l t r t PHYSICIAN and SURGEON a t4 PHONES Office Over Office 97 Hagans Grocery Residence 7f 7tI I 9 JOHNYMAYESFU- IEBJILI ufHtCTOR ANOllC HSEOEMBALMERrl TELEPHONEoDAYI19 NIGHT 74tSPRINGFIELD IT t Rairoad Schedule a sInow in effect on the Bardstown of I and Springljeld branch railroad TNo 41 Leayes Louisville at 410r pm Bardstown Junclior 502 pm Bardstown552 pmli arrives at Springfield 645 pmw No 42Leaves Springfield atkt 4I 580 a m Bardstown 617 am J3ard own Junction 705 a mt rarrives at Louisville 755am J No 43 Leaves Louisville att 730 am Bardstown Janction 930 am Bardstown 1115 amharrives at Springfield 1240 pmp Np44 Leaves SpringfieldI aiin 120 pm Bard town 230 pm Bardstown Ju notion 435 pm arrivesat Louisville 545 pm p No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bardsp town 8 am Bardstown 845 am arrives at Louisville 1 A 935 amJ No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstorwn 758 pm Urriyes at Springfield 825 pm l F L jds Carriagea i ttRenairShop i F 4Al1 kindsi wood work and up t holstering done Grain Cradles on band for sale t I have for sale now one new i hand made JJnggy new hand r imade spriug wagon and a good jsecond handspring wagon i1iF I will work cheaply for the All work strictly cashI t i 100067 f w H BONDif f Springfield Ky e t 0W FRESHBREADJf J i tr r 4t ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily r 1 r 1 1 iys rgood always fresh We 1ave a Baker who ist imvar p tist at making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c A Hertliens Confectionery INOW OPEN j We desire to notify the public that the New Springfield HotelF sincsoJ fe now oicn anti ready forb We are thoroughly equipped for ttfe accommodation of the travelling public and for regular boarders can be furnished on the Ear o 1 1Boardpean plan Lunches and short ordjejt ImItr GiM RICE Manager e I THE rEXAS WONDER i Cures all Kidney Bladder andl j Rheumatic troubles scld by palltdruggistsor two months treatment by majl for 1 Dr IIJ WHall 2926 Olive street lg t Louis Send fcr Kentucky estimonials rounllonYANDTAR G te Coldci Prevoptc urn11 H wv r r 7wv tOiZftr tfttiM fciZHraiWSafrZrt ttffliStttfH t I THTIH Local Happenings of Interest I I Yl 1 1TheFreshest and Latest i I AllAboutYourself Friends T PICSilI il I and Acquaintances Ii IiUi 1 l WMMM W Cf For bast tea or Pretty IceTea glasses see Hag 1 Bros Fruit jars tops rubbers and tin cans at Hagim Bros Any 6 articles on our 5c coun ters for 25c Hagan Bros Any 3 articles on our lOc coulters for 25ci HaganiBros tonicrAjgood sumnier Pure homemade blackberry cordial or sale by OIi Price FOR SALEVO good brood mares in foal Dr John DeboI t fepringfield Ky School deCkM for sale cheap bout 25of them in very good condHion For further particu lars call on W 1C Kobertson t FOR SALES acres of laud djoinipgSpringeld Ky good welling large ttObacco barnj wen watered grassed and fencdtJOHN DEBO The eighteen months old child f Mr and lI rsJ Greg Edelen ofb the county dielion SUhday and was buried at St Dominic onlj Monday eveninfj Sue Spalding wife of John Spalding and one of the respep d class of colored folks f the town diedat her hone on Bigh street TuPsdav night Irma he effects of overwork ir Sad Accident News was rrbeived here of a t ad accident resulting in thedeath t little Katherine Cecelia the little daughter pff Mr and Mrs Kent Barber which occured at Batdstown Thuts day last The ttle girl was playing in the yard ith a pony when the animal her with terrific force in the side inflicting injuries f om which she died in a few hours Mr Kent Barber is a son of Mr John R Barber of thisplaceand as many friends wlio win sym athi with him and Irs wife their sad loss The Fair As the timejlapproaches the rosnects rowbrighter for a successful fair1 4900 iSecretary C Kimball has received enough applications for stalls from pwnere of high class show horses to guarantee a bigatterdj ance of exhibition stock The Springfield fair management has gained a reputation among stout for fair andhon treatment nd for that reason good exhibit ions of fine stock are Floral hall will beassuredI pecially attractive for on the lirst day and a big attend ance is expected Every school child in the county under the age of 15 years wijl be given a free ticket of admission on the secondl day of the tai 1 The lideral premiums offered in the harness and saddle horse rings will undoubtedly brind together some of the highest class horses in the state in competition No gambling games will be permitted orijthe grounds and the fair will be conducted as a goodl old fashioned moral fair should ba 1 LHj Notice All personS knowing them elves oindebted to the firm of MEl royBros are required tqcall andI settle at once as the firm haschanged hands and all old busi jflessA Grwing Evil f It isan unfprtunate fact bu tone the less true tlat the things in life are sometimes companied by evil side issues bes1 become so associated with asto be a part of the game or sport itself The game of base bait is a good clean game Call ing forth the best energies of the body requiring physical endur ande self control quick judg ment accuracy of sight and a ready response of the physical body to the dictates of the mind and to witness a game in which both sides are well matched andi every man plays as if his life de pended upon it is enough to create enhusiasm in any specta tor unless le be devoid of appre ciation of thel sport either from ignorance of the game or a phleg matic nature that cannot be arous ed to enthusiasm Our people as a rule are ar atmiaers of tlhe game and stand b tli9toyB wt en tl ey win anlI do not desert them if they fail for they selddm do But there isv what we wouldl call a side issue for which tIle outsiders not the players are at fault and that is betting 6n the game Betting of itself is wrong at any time and place for the winner takes that for which no equivalent is giv n and it is an offense to society and the State for which a penalty is at ached But the idea prevails amotg a goodly number of men and un fortunately among certain class of boys whose agespreclude their being classed among men thatin order to enjoy a game of baseball a qertain amount of money must bestaked upon the winner There ate some boys who have such an erroneous idea of what is manly that in the absence of the where withal to stake will tell his friends hal he has bet b certain amount or he has lost a certain sum at previous time When thereal truth is that the poor misguided boy never had the amount h named to his credit in his life and if he had it would better have een diverted to legitimate chan nels such as payinghis boflrd or QrHhis clothing that has been- urnished ever since b6 wks born by a hard working dad and a good mother But who can blame the boy He Hears it from older men and to the beys mind they embody all that is manly arid if it is right for the man is it not right for the boy As the boy is father to the man so are the boys ideas and impressions the seeds of habit in the man A Fine Tobacco Crop FIN HVILLE KY AUG 1 Mr Arthur Carrico of this place lhas the finest peice of lo bacco ever grown in Shelby coun tV Ii has been topped and will do to cut by the first of August Mr Carrico made a season for it and set it out tha rstof May long before any one else was through breaking for tfieir tobac co and consequently he had plowed and hoed when others wer just waiting for it to rain so they could set He has six acres and he has been offered 15000 an acre for two acres of ittbut he rer seftoial e it Mr Carrico was born and rnis ed sin Washington county near Springfield but he moved t o Shelby county Jan 10 1000 to try his luck raising tobacco He Has had line luck so far and we hope the same luck will prevail through the followitg years as Mr Carrico is a hard working honest and relirble farmer sue ces to him PERSONAL Mr H M Moss was in Louis vill Sunday Messrs Theo Campbell and Woodson Moss made a flying trip to Louisville Sunday 01 Wathen Simms who went to Memphis Tenn is at home again Mrs William Mackin and Miss Regina Mackin of Louisville are visitijig Miss Roe Mackin on II the Lebanbn road Messrs H P lI Chord and Rob Marks haye returned from Memphis Tenu to remain + T Mr Robeyt Noe and wife are at Tatham Springs this week 11r and Mrs Byron Croahe are at Tatham Springy Mr andJylrs George Austin of Lebanon were here Friday Miss Josie Lee has returned from JEstill Springs tMr R 0 Cray croft of Gin u cinnati was a guest of Mrs G C Whprton nnd Mrs W D jilcElroyfrcm Monday 10 Wed nesday Frank Peters after solvent Ilfr stay with his mother Mrs Harry Brown in Lebanon has returned and is at Judge I H 1 Thurmans Mrs Mary Bracken of Car rol ton Mo is visiting her sis tel Mrs Henry Leach man Miss Lizzie L 1who has been employed at Grundy Mclntires store is out for her vacatiod until the fall season beI ginsJIIMiss Lucy Selecman is visit ing friends at Stanford Misses Willa Knott Cecelia and Robbie Simms left this morning for Pineville to visit Mrs TB Blanf rd Mr Frank Wells was at home the last of the week to take the examination for scholarship in the State Colltge He received the appointment and returned to Lexington Monday Mr Albert Eisenmepger and wife and Mrs Jennie Pope of Louisville are visiting their father Mr James Waters Mrs J Bf Pettus and daugh ter are visiting relatives at Lancaster FMiss Beulah Shankland of Oakland Cal is visiting Miss Lydia McElroy Miss Mary Lee Simms re- t rned from Pibeville Saturday where she visited MrsT B Blanford Mr Glenn Wood of New Haven was io town Monday Mr andMrs Wjll Curry of Coyingtbn and Mrs Mary Dead man of Harrodsburg are guests of the family of Mrs E S Hayes Sr Mrs J H Ltmptqn returned home Sunday after a visit to her father at Leitchfield and her daughter in Louisville Mrs O Bluoher and children from Sacramento Cal will soon arrive to visit Mrs Georgean Anderson of Mackville anc other relatives in Kentucky Mrs Blueber is a daughter of Davis Bottom who onceliveci in Mackville Mr R C Cienshawcandidate- forCommissioner of Agriculture was getting acquainted with the voters here on Tuesday Mr Crenshaw at present occupies tile position of assistant com missiouer v Mr arid Mrs Fred Manget after a ten days stay with Mr and Mrs John W Lewis have returned to Louisville Miss Mahel Tucker will enter tarn a number of her friends in honor ot Miss Mabel Pride Thursday night Mrs T D Latimer and son Mbffett are visiting relatives at Rives Tenn and will rinaina- month Misses Annie Latimer Eliza beth Waters and Mr Charles yIlevenIng Mr Watheu Simms returned Monday evening from a trip to Memphis and Chicago Little Misses Stella Edelen and Gladys Walker are guests of Mrs W T Leachman this week Mrs G W McBiideOf Louisville is visiting her parents SearcyIMisI Clements of Louisville are visit log Mrs G A Boone at Mrs Searcys Mr and Mrs Arch Pulliam of Bardstown were guests of Mrs Lizzie Durrett Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs John Offutt of Nelson county is visiting her parents Mr und Mrs J R Clay brooke Mr Offutt spent Saturday and Sunday with his wife JOooo L IACARD88- We are a new firm but are bolh old acquaintances of the good house keepers of Springfield cj We feel that with our experience f1n the grocery trade and our familiarity with the needs of the local public we are especially equipped to supply anything in the grocery line Everything Fresh and StrictlyFirst Class I r J McElroy Shader 0- 1 o r3 cri- w ii1- WWi illI w Its Worth a wim4 m to have your teeth extracted J Without Pain or Danger it Ii All work guaranteed mIim Is3I33 3 3a33333 3 3 3 Mr Luther Burns who has beeu dangerously ill for so long of typhoid fever is slowly im provingand is now thoughtt to be out of danger Messrs tames Terry Paul Will and Thomas McKim of Louisville have joined the house party at Walker Eights Mr lf Kim celebrated his twenty first bhthday yesterday Miss Louise Hamilton of Frederickstown is visiting Miss Anna SimmsjMrs John Smith has returned from Springfield Illinois where she spent the past month After a Pleasant visit to her parents at Coxs Creek Mrs Leo Haydon and little son have ire turned home Mr HaynesPerbl of near Al bany I dt spent Sunday with friends here Misses Marv Lee Simms and Julia Parrott are at home after n visit to Mrs T B Blandford ol Pineville Ky Mis Nelle Green after a lew weeks visit to friends in Louis qille returned home Sunday ac compahicd by Miss Omea Irving Miss Katherene bpaldng 0- 1Libnon spnt Sunbay WI t b friends here Miss Katberine Russell has re turned home after a pleasant vis it to Mis PqarlConner of Fred ericktown Mrs Harry BOTn anMrs G A Dahondy of Lebanon spent tuesday with Mrs B D Lake Ms Join Smith wbo has beer visiting her so i Edwin of Chica go LI nasretunhed home Mr C F Haydon was in Fair field Sunday 1f The following composed apar ty that visited Mammoth Cage last week in charge of TT J Set tie Mrs Emma Ne le Mis Claudia Neale Miss Eva Suther land Root and Jim Sutherland Mrs Kate Williams Salhe Maj Williams M Wi1liaus Misses Ora and Stella Houchens Ike Ir vine Chaplin Ky Miss Obie Briggs Mrs Susie Moore Rpj Dugan MuirBriggs Bloomfield Ky Missess May arid Emma Bqdne Kate Wakefield Nanc Slieham Lydia Virgin Mrs Dra Crume Messrs W E Brown Earl Arnold HB Jones Maud Ky Messrs Jno T Reed JC Mann C P Butter Chas Sets ties Bcoker Ky Messrs J C Cecil Thos Hamilton Freder icktown Ky Mrs Sallie Goat ley J F Petei Albert Hamil ton Frank ONeal Mrs Ella Montgomery Misses Ella Adam Lizzie Ljtsey Lydia Duncan Bessie Roberts Ola Goatley Springfield Ky V Plenty of Sport The locall base balll public has been treated to plenty of sport duringthe past week there be ing no less tban six game pull ed off on the home grounds since our last issue The games last week were held Nwith the Young Msns Hebrew Association of Louis yule and vble the SDringfields came off victorious in each con testthe games wire interesting and well contested The Y M H A boys are a gentlerfianly lot of soung bascblill pmvers and made a good improsionn the people here The result or the three games were Wednes day Springfield 5Y M H A 8 Thursday Springfield 10 Y M H A 8 Friday Springffeld I YMHA6 7 On Monday and Tuesday the home tteam met an aggregation from Lousville who styled them selves the Louisville Reserves This team attempted to play ball both aflernoon but if theyr 1have any ability in that line a all they cestainly held it inacre serve for some future occasion for they put up the poorest ex hidition seen on the home grounds here this sersqn The t lfondaytand 16 to 2 on Tuesday in favor of Springfield Un Wednesday the Bardstown and Springfield teams lined up- or what promised to bo the = t= = =ro firolro I rmw Eyes Tested Iii I a Have fitted hundreds of others I and can fit y iu Names and Prescriptions on file come and g 1 see for yourself Give yo g J eyes the attention at the ng rI tithe and place Nothing htiihigh grade goods All j modern kinds and styles of Jj lenses Bifocals of every de S I Jj scription jg I ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS Ii a Spccialtyi Graduate Optician always on S hand to nak test Satisfac Ition guaranteed I Iin RilselJ1ji most interesting game of the season and a great crowd of neigijiboring e ball park A special train from BardSown bearing the ball player and between twO and three iniNdredUbase ball fans came m at noon Tf1e member of the Springfield team were still stipging frpm the effects if toe defert administered at the hands of heir rivals on tliq Bardstdwn grounds last week and were determined to have r enge The home club had been reinforced by the addition off several high class players from Louisville It was noticed aiko that the Bardstowns were alo vere rnadn up of new fac s The game resulted Barclstowh 6 Springfield 3 Fplton picb d a great game for iJardtowjrv olvin was hit for the flit dfinfaibwn nota raanreachiac third base l SOfL WASTE Ii Entliifc Wnfcliea on ITil vIiCNt nd SIoi c anti Snlinoil in the Valley We hare allseon new lands gradually lose their dark color anti change principally to jriorc of sand or grafelf or cloy Somotliiie3it Js merely whIte rock that staro atun from the hUIisFdo In pale asWlifcmimt at our jguoranca and indifference to thq lands distress But when the veg hable nmtter has been washed away by tenoitwcity or fifty yours of incessant rain aided by a system ot cleah cultivation for cotton thou outing washes jbegin to make their appearance on the hillsides and eyen on the gsntte slopes As years pljss the wftshos STOW and extend They run their cancerous branches like skfell eton finger along the hillside and cat Into tub subsoil as well as carry awiay remnants of the surface soil Dame Nature strives in vain to stop the work of ruin by sending out her forestry reserve forces and planting persimmons old trolll pInes sassafras and even sweet gum all over these threatened districts But the farmer Is blind to the mothers good intent and spends many fruitless hours sprouting ssaCrasNot only Is the soil lost but the subsoil is carried down upon The nearby valleys and coveVs UP buries the rich alluvial soil once found in ail the creckjmd ditch valleys of the south More than this itfills the stream with mud bars and drifts cud rafts so that the summer rains overflow these nearby valley lands more frequently than ever These washing lauds are doubly cft trebly wasteful Such is the price the south is payfug null has paid slrico the sixties for the cotton monopoly of the world Had our population been denser the results would be that much more aggravated Result and Remedy We have recently lsIte some of the old cotton growing sections of tho southlandslii cultivation for sfxty and ninety years It would bo but fair to soy that no general effort has been made to replace anything that has boon talon from these lands for two generations past Thieyhave been simptyvnraHhi and cropped to death We note the sume destructive systems at work in nearly every totton county of Texas and thesouthwest Look at those older cottqn lands farther cast The valleys will no longer grow good rops of Johnson grass j The grass is there on thousand of acres bift ft does lotJrespond tothe plow as It once cllcl It tloas not dispute with sassafras and oldl sedge the possession of the clay allla We can see no remedy for such soils but growth of tan oats alfalfa and raelilotus on the Valley lands and the restorative eowpennnd peanuts for the hills Tills means going deeper into live stock anti poultry than ever before the application of large quantities ot manure to hill lands In combination with some commercial fertilizers Texas Farm and Ranch Cement Taint It has lon= been noticed that iron whichllUS bacii imbedded in concrete for umny years has shown a wonder ful state of pretorvHtlou when takdn out I3xi erlnwMits Imve since boon- tptle with iwrHand cement wWi the ccsblt that Ute made plain that athln eontlnXof porttand cwnent properly applied Kt Iron and steel wilt arrest axidntlon says Pnrm yield and Flre sldo The content mu t be finely tjivld ed free from Iron salts omd diluted with pure wnjwv Then it It Is free trash lroi calcium phosphate anti sul Ulnirltes and li of llow specific gravity It will sot quickly nad become rae ttcnlly a jartof the metal It will set within the iron audw1il not wash off tvlth rain mid no moisture carbon dioxide or factory fumes will affect the metal CQtvpea For Fftll CropJJ Coivpcas may bo sowed after wheat oats or rye at least from the JntUudo of Washington southwarJ andi may be harvested for hay In timegfOF an other full crop to be sowed Hrofesor H J Wattass of Missouri has grown cowpoas hetweon wheat crops for scvi eral years past ynl incrrnsed the yield if wheat in o marked degree WWS m Salts 11o PEJurnIOIOIe THE STATE COLLEGE OP KENTUCKY LEXINGTON KY d1 The Agricultural and Mechanical State College of Ken tucky offers the following courses of study viz Agriculture r biological mathematical physical normal school classical mechanical engineering civil engineering mining engineer Iing each of which extends over four gears and leadstq a masters degree Each course of study 5s organized under a separate faculty The general faculty number nearly fifty r professors and instructors v County appointees receive receive tuition room rent in 1 dormitories fuell and light and if they remain ten months j traqeling expehses The llaboratories antimuseums are large well equipped domprehensive and modern Military tactics ndsci ncearetfully provided for as required by Congress Graduates from the several courses of study readily find excellent positions and liberal remuneration The demand is largely in excess of the ability of the college to supply The matriculation for the last year was including Summer V school 815 Specialists with the necessary number of assistants1 have charge Of each department of natural science Summer schools are provided for pedagogy engineering arid instruc tipn in science and artsoThe State College of Kentucky is the only institution In the Commonwealth doing in any proper sense university work The completion of the college lioiiurfor youn wonteu pro vides facilities for good board and lodging It18 well equiP ped with allmodernconvenierices induCing bath rooms and a room for physical culture It is heated by steamaancL ifeftneducation in classics modern languages literature iencPJjf AIjmathematics Jogic xpetaphysics history and politicaUecono my No other institution in the State offers advantages for the education of women at all comparable to those bffered by KentuckyAthrough the generosity of Mr Andrew Carnegie be erected during the next Collegiate year The Nrmal Department will be on a better footng than evgr heretofore Last years largely increased attendance with the unprecedented growth of Summeral Normal School both indicate that an era of prosperity surpassing that of alt j previous years has opened fqr the Normal Department of the State College For catalogues method of obtaining appointments infor mation regarding courses of study and terms of admission apply to J V JAMES K PATTERSON Ph DL L D or to D C Frazee Business Agent L xi ttonkyij FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER 13th 1904 V 1 tj1 j iJtifs PROFITABLE r r AND PLEASANT PAINt TO f I p n16Ulm 1atlwmcne using cm ctliolul l KtrtRtml lhdt always has and alwciya Will jiw actl r ifcWkio2i MOUND CI1YHOR aHa fPAINT haa e1thehigbMtFC of Pain oiithtmarket fot Thpadwtbyears here noThing inllbu1 Zinc dOil Turpentine Japan fe thfe neeaary coloring mdV iiItCtIYPutte tid1iihrcidI11driercmd HOR3R SHOE PAINT hua poisitl preaervii eraalilM j i the handomt finish Ithat UM ito chirabililjjrox l econoiwycmdfor ap t GETITATa THERED CROSS DRUG STORE I f G I The first National Bartk 1ta1 1 t j It PRINGFflLD KY 1 ttGapilaISriOOOO 1 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 j i OFFiCER S B Litsey esi ent JQbn W Lewis VlccPresidentIt AC McElrCy Cashier l4 B Cain Assistant Pashler R E Foster Book Kcep er H H Purdom Asst BookKeeper tg DIRECTORSB II latsey J w Lewis Sidney Greeir F M Camp- bellt t R H OSdelen H MtGrundy John 0 Polin Otl ttWe grantevery favor consistent with safe b3nklng Xpur bosl t ness respectfully solicited Lss sSmt j OO I MARKS 6 GREEN J t4 FThe old Reliable Manufacturers i and Dealers in all Kinds of i LUMBER LATHS SHINGLES- SASHc DOORS I LNPi o i We bandlethe celebrated rMixedi Carin ll Coa1 v V A CantbBeat t Sc 5 5WepSare ole agents for c c ACME CEMENT PLASTER v 4 The Besfcxon Bartft Pcices Bight 5 II- J Office and Yards l IaDoctor and Railroad StreetsSprintiCiu KJj I J fiPsss s s fEVE YBODYS BUSINESS jId m IsI Nobodys Busines But oUr i g 1ls targivei the public the best work irt i rinning and PumWn a t11 the least possible cost G1VE US A CALL ft 1J r i l J W PRITGIfiii 1t t ti SPRINGFIELD KY ff A O Jttl t T r V v The freit fttie ot otma- II A UellI bowel refill J I VC lS A 1 8Andhe Ayer Pias ireit medjdiit tT Want your moustache or beard BUCKINGHAMS0 DYE n beautiful brown orrlchblack Use Jln tI rscitc Jl1iJi1 a A j 1 I Bum FiNANCE IMLIPHNESra i L ft1s1 iitSI j Reward H fl 1 fS 1JUJTV t IE lAllIS DOUBlE KILLED i T JIft p Ybsi Ciiiid tk Yfg k JaLand- JJ I ui6e as HGIvetPaJd sI1111 F VC Qf WrM v It requires an uusu iint ot serve fo plan the deSSr win who resembles you have hisentlfied and collect a reward tor the 1 Iiy Yet that ig exffiJ y ttaCor aefio Fellzardo the not t1aof CaVit P L who was lj4eeent1y 4k7PThe true facts surrounduigiliueath ef the renegade are Ju3jj to light and go to make one most rgrewsome tales ever penn j Several months ago the ci lab reported that they had su in pursuing Fellzardo so eloselJBhat he jmmped over a high cliff to esCpe cap ture and that the body when feken to gacoor his home had been plEtively identified as that of thtf handily his mother an4 most intimate frlejjds I JLccofdinlp to a report it transpires that the Jaaan1 did not jump over the dIll at all lIe was murdered by or thebodycaused it to be found and identified as 1lug own- Arewartl of 1000 was paid for this bogus body and it has now come to light that a goodly share of this small fortune found its way into the coffers of tile man who for ten Years terrorized the provinces of Cavite and Batangas tOltMOWCom Bernardino Carpio and Gregpf rio Buendla whom Felizardo supposed to be deserters but it has not been told that Carplo was his own cousin the son of his mothers brother They persuaded Felizardo to attack Camp Hayson explaining that it would thatIgarrison and all their guns Felizardo fell in with the plan and with Buendla and Carplo started out to explore the position Felizardo did not take with him any of his faithful fol lowers but went alone with the two plotters to his death The three men went within 2000 meters of Camp Hayson when Felizardo stopped for a moment under a mango tree to rest and as he squatted down oa the ground both soldiers as if 1m I v 1eeoiSt- ll f v 2 Ji e 0 TEgz1oLo1EIo fls STOMACH fftljedt by a single thought aimed their guns ajt him and pulled the triggers But Felizardos time to die had not 1 quite come and the cartridges both failed to explodeIIn this act the terrible tragedy begun The man who bad terrorized Cavjte and Batangas for years who haflf defied the United States who had snapped his tQngers at AH law realized for the first tune that bfr was In the dands of traitors men who were with him for but one purpose to kill him t Felizardo sprang tphls feet andvgrab bed at the gun nihlch Buendia held near his head The two men xealjzed that they must net quicklyJ They threw down their 4gunq 5Jke ft bloodthirsty beast of Wy Buendla sprang on the neck of Fellzardo while Carpio snatched the outlaws bolo which hung at his stole 4 and thrust it into his stomach three is t times He did not use great force foe fear the blade would penetrate tbj Ijodr andwouml his JJ cnT INDIGLSVONS RECjOlU Ic J Tfcebtst i eatdy I can prescribe forytsrrI CreensAuguatlTloweX PadM4I2digetion is making an amt record Mic Ha of sudden deaths It is beat i C ktmrtf ailure in its ghaatyharvest Y read inthepapers 1ily of appar 4ly salthy and even robust men being indigestionit5IcriMC ia aumy case before a physiciani MOdVaOledix jljfly fcy ba warning to you whe wiplj Tfftfar or periodical attack1 lD If these unfortunate tic tiIIit imthestion had taken a bekr2lrI eaa 1tolUChdseiaresAM PioWei pttytnt oat0sgoddigtioiu Italoregaite prthe the WOoa and tee Pil esiite yrtem in a natural way r fhO ne All utrnggnng wrrn UJt n f ife they sought Fellzardo fought like S lion at bay For ten minutes he waged the struggle against such odds with his lifes blood spurting In Jets from the wounds In his stomach His foot sUpped and he fell At that moment Carplo strn him a Mow that flU hut severed kI head from the body rio died Imme diately The hotly was brought to MaJ nlla and Identified beyond question MOUNTEBANK s STANDS OFF MOB Courageous Clown In Circus Costume Saves Tent from Angry Crowds Attack Dressed In his outlandish costume with the paint still on his face John U Woundy a circus clOwn held off a mob of angry Michigan farmers threat ening to hang him for interfering with their attempt to wreck the circus tent Thirty minutes before he had been amusing the same crowd with hilarious antics In the swift passing of a tew minutes the action turned from comedy to tragedy Before him surged the angry mob held at bay by a smok J a DEFOEE HIM SDBQED THE MOB Ing gun In the hand of the courageous clown Behind him was the circus tent to protect him from a rear attack Woundy had remonstrated with the countrymen for cutting guy ropes and was immediately attacked receiving a blow on the head from behind Draw ing a 44 caliberColt revolver from the depths of his baggy trousers he slowly backed to the tent leveled the gun and brought down his foremost assailant The mob surged backward and for heldjthemsaw as lna mist a squad corIdonIng the mob the officers carried1 the limp form of the clown to safety lt GARNER SNAKE STOPS A TRAIN RepiHe Crawls Into jReading Railway Signal Rex wrf Sets Red Light A flcad1ngraIIway express tram go broqhtltothe showing of the red light at one oftf the block signals Investigation show ed that a garter snake fast asleep In the box containing the electrical mechj anism of the system was responsible for setting the signal When the englneen brought his train to a halt he waited one minute then proceeded slowly to the next Hall sigj nal where a white light Indicated that the block twos clear When he got tol Reading be reported th4 singular occurrence and an Inspector was sent down to investigate The snake which was eighteen injes long was killed Cnli l Woman to Death Vith Dog Charlie Red Horse t a Sioux Indian pounded Mary Bulla y ung squaw over the head with a dog inflicting ln4 dfcd1Red WlIntowhich stood tit his feet and swinging It above his head proceeded to use toei canine as a club beating tile woman over the head nn4 shoulders until sho l fell to tde ground unconscious The dogs sKull was crushed and it wasp dead When it dropped from the hand of the enraged IndlattI Died as la Wile Dream TIred of wotting for her husbhnd to Come home Mrs Mary Bohlond of 07 Henry street Jamaica N Y went to bedabout 2oclock She awakened sud denly from a dream hi whlcji the body of her husband was seen by her susl pended from a rafter In the cellar Springing from her bed shte hurried to dreamjwa9 0ld1Hependers and after making it fast to hlsj neck and a rafter had iklcked a barrel from beneath him Truck and Snialt Fruit Roe the lima bean f frequently Set out cabbage plantsl for a later crop Turnips of alUidtds Day now be sown As Teat as craps mature it Is a good rule to put in something else Tlie Tjrlnter kinds or radishes may be sown tne la tter part of July Wire netting makes un excellent sup port for p ca vines lima beans nnd to mato vlmis After he strawberry bed has borne two cic1s1tls1cstto plow It up and plant tete cabbage Be oil the lookontfor the melon bug Apply tobacco dust freely around the plants and keep them well cultivated It Is a good plan to pinch off the terminal shoots of the blackberry in July This will check the growth and cause the caries to send out laterals Farm Journal Ivy PoUonlnff At good quick cure for ivy pdlon isi hot water Make a mop of a sofl mg folded several times dip It In licit not wa m water and apply to the nfected yarfa for tluee or foujj minutes jQt ns aotas can lie borne without scai ling wr at often do notrub touch scntly Iftpnvard apply a little of any good olJVcream to cool the skin and stq p the b11nSJ1 I iI A BARN PLAN Compaut Bank Barn For IIor e Covrft Young Cattle Ftc Apr pobf n request for a plan for a barn on a farm of seventyfive acres In which to stable about four head of horses four milk cows and four or five head of young cattle twentyfive sheep A frt 1 fJ lainPI 0j2i3fl hJf Hoi lUg 1h r n 1C OoarMreEJ udtg MAEJ FLOOR anil a few hogs the ground being levoj with an abrupt dip making a good lo cation fqr a bank barn the Ohio Farm er gives the accompanying one This is a compact little bank barn 30 by 48 to acc 1modate horses cog young cattle sheep grain and hay It- sboulllr1eelght feet In basemen and sixteen pnperstructure with curb rapt- or twenty with gable roof Such t a 4ppcic q 1 1rnrz tq13ila = t t tt- 1lj BASEMENT barn may be built in many4 localities for less than 000 where the farper can do hjs own hauling IRRIGATION NEWS Interesting ri port From Snake niv er Valley Idaho Circular No 65 entitled Irrigatioa From Snake River Idaho by H G Raschbacher irrigation engineer has Just been lissued by the Irrigation and drainage Investigatlbns of tho office of experiment stations United States department of agricuilufe Washington The territory discussed lies along the Snake river from St Anthony near the eastern line of Idaho to where the Salmon rlvec enters from the south a distance of About 200 miles and em braces approximately that part of the Snake river plains which was In geologic times covered with Java The report deas with the reclamation of about 800000 acres of land in the Snake river valley which with many local differences are alike more or less heavily covered with sagebrush It contains Information as to the cost oC land and irrigation In the valley an estimate of the price of water rights under the reclamation act project at Minldokaand tells how lands may be secured J Outlay and Return jtlie l9nd in this valley Is worthless for agricultural purposes without Irri gation Thlsreport shows the cost to the Settler of the land the water right attdy clearing and grading the land the growing crops The average torII ouflay under the largest of the p oj studSedis 40 per acre Should die tler use his own teams for clearing etc and meet the payments on his laD nsIDey fall due the cash ttlltlnv for the first year will be abouj025 per acre It is usually the experience of settle on arid lands that the first season has to be given to the work of prepa ration and but llttl can be done In tbe way of crop growing The settle ments around Twin Falls in the spring of 1905 were a remarkable exception to this rule Seventy thousand acres oC raw sagebrush fund In the spring were cultivated fields In thq fall on ivhlch the following yflelds per acre were obtained Corb 40Yz bushels wheat 22 bushels corn wheat 18 bush els oats 35 bushels potatoes 330 bushels navy and luna beans 12 bush els and millet 1000 pounds Copies of the circular may be obtained so loug as fhe supply lasts by addressing the issuing office Change In Corn Corn brought south from higher lati tudes becomes later and later each year flor several years after its Intro duction the plant grows taller and generally the proportion of trashy weevil eaten or otherwise unmarket able jrain becomes less than during the first year of growth In the south J pJoligar Alabama Qood POints In Mule itaUlnjr To raise a mule requires less outlay of care and cash than raising a horse aliiofUke age When raised the mvIe wlllbrlng a better price than bgot for the average horse foal of canI sume age Then the mule Is wJU Uv longer and do more work than the bestthorseHome and Farm Early Openlnk of Cott ntInvestfenti s of cotton plnnt prob 1 lems recently announced that early opening of lilis or maturity is notl Important In escaping weevils II states farthert north It Is Important InI escaping early fall frosts It Is not variably ameasure of the early setting of fruit DENATURED ALCOHOL Proccm of Mmnafmctarc PoMlbllltff I on the Farm Denatured alcohol is simply the com mcrcial grade of pure alcohol to which is added wood alcohol or some other material that makes It entirely unfit purIcomposition of sugar or more properly glucose by the action of ferments suchl as yeast Any substance which con talus sugar or substances such alt starch vegetable fiber etc which l e converted Into sugar can be usedI as a source of alcohol The most Im portant sources used commercially are grapes potatoes beets and other roott erops and grains especially rye bar ley corn and rice Many other fruits besides grapes are used for example apples peaches and cherries Fibers tutihas cotton linen and hemp after chemical treatment to change the I woody fiber Intp glucose have also I been used uc essfulJjHaw JCftJc IB Commerce In commerce the process Is simply aii ntQQ Ue ljiua tuaa9a v ri= Thmsiflds Hive Kidney Troiile and Never Suspect it Row To Find Out Pill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours ft a sediment or set- tIingindicatesan unhealthy con i y ditinpfthekid I y neys if it stains your linen it is 4evidence of kid ney trouble too frequent desire to pass it orpain- iu the back is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder are out of order What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain in the back kidneys Iher bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects inability to hold water arid scalding pain in passing it or bad effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up ninny times during the night The mild and the extraordinary effect of SwanlpRoot is soon realized It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressing cases If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by drug gists in fiftycent and onedollar sizes You may have a sample bottle and a book that tells all fgtf L abOntitbOthsentftecby Kilmer Cot Bing harat9nN Y When HomeotBwamj Boot writing mention this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the na eit Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Binghamton N Y L znRii1gw2ne zruu e =cnn ur other fruit Juices A vat Is filled with liquid properly warmed and yeast Is added and stirred Soon bubbles of carbonic add gas appearand gradually increase until the liquid looks as If lIt were boiling In about twentyfour hours the bubbling gradually ceases the liquid becomes clear and about fortyeight hours from the start it Is ready for distillation This distillation depends upon the difference in temper ature at which alcohol and water boll the former requiring considerably lets heat to turn into vapor It also depends upon the condensation of vapor Into liquid when the temperature falls Pacification Proceiiee- In practice with the simple forms of still there are always more or less wa ter and volatile substances such jft es sential oils and acetic acid present In the condensed product which must therefore be purified by other processes The most common of these processes la successive distillation the liquid re suiting from the first distillation being Again and again distilled until the prod nee is pure Thus to give a theoretical etrample starting With an original crude liquid containing 5 per cent alco hol it condensed vapor may contain 10 per cent of alcohol This second liquid redistilled may yield d liquor containing SO per cent alcohol a third distillation may produce a solution 00 per cei4ntre and on The necessity for this redistillation and the remov al of undesfratjle impurities has given rise to tf vriptrvarlety of complicated apparatus 1 Itlhktnk It In a Small Way The foregoing outline from Amen can Agriculturist of the process of coanufacturlng alcohol especially the mention of much and complicated ap paratus Indicates that for a farmer to make alcohol from the refuse of his tarm is not so simple a matter as may at first be thought As good authority as Dr Wiley chief chemist of the de ItllladISablei a small way on the farm Ills idea is that as central factories are necessary In the beetsiigar Industry so will cen tral distilleries be in making alcohol A Hay Stacker Among several sorts of pole stackers In use is the Wisconsin stacker shown in the cut which is credited to Hoards ftdlryrrian In tIlls Illustration the mast A Is shown to be twenty feet long the boom ft WISCOXSIX pole B thirty feet long At C C will be seen braces with cleats nailed on for convenience in climbing Foundation poles are shown at D D which are eighteen feel long The lower bearing Is shown at B and P P P are pulleys A Ilenl Cracking Good Farmer I once asked a farm hand how his employer succeeded in doing when he only worked icir liourssoweJlj tIts nIl iii the n nt nr4nintit JIt I had sense enough to manage as wnerlotthe month I think he is the best man I ever saw The work goes on as tllsQr as n clock on his place There seems to be no rush nt any tlmebut I know I nm doing better work and more of it on this farm than I ever did In my life lIe has every Implement fixed to do the best work It will do Md I can tell yflu It Is a great satin faction to work with them Then he Is the best stock feeder I know He feeds the horses just enough to keep them even They are not fat as buttci In winter nud poor as crows in sum met When at work they have full feed and vheu they stop the feed s Cut down at Ouce lIe seems to have more sense about these things than anybody ever met The fact Is he a real cracking good farmer Ircd Grundy In Farm and Fireside Five Gruel Ilecluc Cornmeal gruel Mix u tablespoonful cornmeal half a teaspoonful salt and two tablespooufuls cold water idd a pint boiling water simmer slowly one hour strain add milk and sugar to taste Stir well and serve Arrowroot gruel Is made the same way but cooked only ten minutes Oatmeal gruel Boll one hour and strain Farina gruel Use half milk Instead of all water and boll boiledIIsame as cornmeal only boiled ten min utes WASHINGTON LETTER Special Correspon enceI stenogralphersbe on duty at Oyster Bay during the presidents vacation They are In charge of James Sloan and Stephen Council the White House men who nre detailed regularly to look after the president Chief Wllkle selected the men and they know personally nearly all people likely to call at Sagamore Hill Ordinarily nobody Is permitted to approach the presidents home un less he mayhave an engagement with the president made through Secretary a regulation Is necessary that the president may not be overrun with callers whoge business Is not of suffi cleat Importance to demand his per sonal attention It Occasionally hap pens that friends of the president whom he may desire to see call at Sagamore Hill without previously hav- Ing made a definite engagement In such Instances Sloan and Council exer else their discretionS about admitting them They jnake no mistakes They are not there to make mistakes TIle Presidents Guard It Is practically impossible for a visitor to reach the president at night during his sojourn at Sagamore Hill unless he shall have made an engagement No discretionary authority is lodged with the officers on duty at night The duties performed by the secret service at Oyster Bay are exacting but not onerous on the Individual officers The men are on duty in tricks and reeFeaIThe president always has been just a little restless under the constant guard by which he is surrounded but his friends and advisers will not con sent to its removal and he submits as gracefully as possible Many times however In time course of the summer he goes away from Sagamore Hill en tirely unguarded He takes long walks through the woods or goes for boat rides on the sound or rides on horseback many miles from lila home On these excursions he is unaccompanied- b secret service officers The thought of personal anger never occurs to him Work of the plait Commission According to the statistics of the fish commission total of 1759475030 food fishes were hatched and distributed In 1904 In previous years the distribution 1ms been as follows 18S5 173000083 1890 370548000 1895 019 015852 1899 1050371898 1900 1104 440754 1001 1173883402 1902 1495 543374 and 1903 1220057475 In 1890 it cost 430 pet million to hatch and distribute fishes by the gov eminent but the work has been so thoroughly studied and systematized by the officials connected with the fish commission that they had reduced the cost per 1000000 to 223 in 1005 Propaehtlnir the Salmon George M Bowers commissioner of fisheries says there Is a possibility of the Extinction of the red salmon in Alaska waters and the sock eye salmon wilt also be depleted unless something is done to propagate it and protect It He will visit the waters in which these fishes abound this summer for the pur pose of remedying the conditions which seem to tend to the destruction of these valuable fishes Mr Bowers says the fishery bureau has taken more salmon eggs at the Baird Cal station on the Sacramento river thanrthe yearbefore and as a result the bureau has replenished the Sacramento river with the famous fish This year the bureau has planted over 13000000 more salmon from the sta tion at Baird atone at small stations in the Sacramento river andIn the Mc Cloud and Pitt rivers which empty in the Sacramento The bureau is also propagating 00000000 lobsters at the station at Boothbay Harbor Me which Mr Bowers hopes to increase to 130000000 within the next month Ile onrre of Oklahoma Oklahoma the latest acquisition to the Union of states consists of 70230 square miles In area and is slightly smaller than Kansas but larger than Pennsylvania Ohio Missouri Wisconsin Indiana and Iowa Oklahoma la rich In mineral deposits while the coal boos of Indian Territory produce something like 2000000 toils annually The state is nine rich in natural gas oil deposits salt granite asphalt gyp sum lead tad zinc The state is con nected with four corner of the United States by railroads GOOOinlles of main trackage being laid in the state The taxable property of the state is valued at 800000000 to say nothing of land owned by the Indians which Is ex emitf while the bank deposits exceed 18000000 rime constitution of the new state will Ixj framed in November by 112 dele gated fiftyfive front Oklahoma tty five from the Indian Territory and two from time Osage Indian reservation At this time also the stdtc and Judicial olllcers will be elected in accordance with the provisions of the net recently passed by congrtfss JVorrrcKlnn Legation PInns have been prepared for a new house for the Norwegian legation which Is to lhe erected by Christian lluuge the new minister The site upon which the building Is to be erected is an Irregular one with a frontage of sixtyeight feet on Massachusetts avenue and thirtysix feet on Twenty fourth street with a maximum depth of 100 feet and affords an exceptional opportunity for a picturesque treat ment of plan and facade The build lug will be four stories In height and will be constructed after time lines of Ulp chateau style of archltectxiroof tho period of Louis XIIlCAUL SCHO FIELD ColnmhlavTralner Columbia university has yet to choose her track athletic trainer for next sea son but the almost unanimous opinion Is that Josh Crooks shouldbe reen aged and have rffalr chance to show what he can dowlth the team Every thing considered even big scores rolled iip by Prlndctou and Pennsyl vania iti the dual meets were not such terrific defeats Few trainers have had te disadvantages that Crooks strug gled under and that he developed such ood men as Zmk Sanders Greene Brodix and a few others or got tho rest Into shape was a remarkable fea ture Reward For lleckhelmcr Cornell has presented to II Heck neliner 00 captain of the fencing team the privilege of wearing the sal versity uc for the good work he has done In fencing at Cornell for the last four years Heckhelmer has been a member of the team since his freshman year and has done all he could establish the foil sport as a promi nent feature of varsity sport The award Is popular aJ feadinony1cTike Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets 0 Oft S vmMtofroM oMiaM 2oas This stgnatureta y 9 b25 I JI IN THE ORCHARD Hldinmnier Work Against Enemtei of the Fruit Trees In the apple orchard JulyIbordeaux combined with an ar tenlte for second brood of codling moth tussock moth yellow necked cat erpillar fungous diseases etc In the latter part of July look for tldcaterpnJarsderside of leaves Cut off infested brilnches while worms are young and destroy During the mouths of July August and September keep trunks and larger limbs covered with whitewash or wjth carbolized whale oil soap spray to pre vent borers lear and Quince The pear isrto a large extent subject to the same insects ahd diseases which attack the apple The programme for the care of the apple orchard will therefore serve very well for the pear orchard also That special pest of the pear the slug which appears in June is treated by spraying with an arsenite with kerosene emulsion or with a de coction of white hellebore or applying a mixture of hellebore and flour or lime with a powder gun The same programme as for apple and pear applies to the quince The apple borer and codling moth attack this fruit The quince curcullo comes from late May to July and Is fought by Jarring Peach and Plum t About the 1st of August examine the i each trees for borer larvae and 4c stroy all that are found With the plum follow the July and August programme given for borer In apple and peachWShaping Against the Wind In regard to trimming Bartlett peat trees where the wind Is strong from the west I do not think you can obtain the best results by cutting back the growth on the west side to one or two buds and leaving the test of the tree longer says a Rural New Yorker writer It will certainly result In an un balanced tree The tendency of the flow of sap will be to the sldo of the tree that Is left the longest If the trees In the orchard are cut back annually as is my practice I would advise that trimming should be done In the dor mant season cutting the lower limbs back to five or six buds those higher a little shorterworking toward a lead er which should be left Jonger follow ing the same system year after year The result will be a better balanced tree a better shaped tree and a more productive tree at the age of ten or fifteen years than can be brought about by any other system of trimming Young Things Together It Is natural fof sonic boys to make pets of animals on the farm Calves colts nod lambs crowd around such boys and It Is generally noticed that such animals are thrifty It also Is noticeable that time boys having such Influence over farm animals are the Iffl 4a rLIKELY TQ SXAY OX TIlE FARM boys who make the best men Almost ally boy can be taught to make close acquaintances with young animals on the farms and such Instructions are very valuable to him A great deal depends on the parents It the old man yells around the barn yard and keeps a club or two handy to whack the animals with when they get In his way the boy is very apt ty imitate his fathers example Such men generally complain that farming doesnt pay The result is that the boy goes off to town to hunt up something that will pay Farm field and Fire sidet ciuota UI flaren Many stories are told about the ra ven a bird which really seems to have reasoning powers One story relates how a raven got a young hare for din neroIt pounced upoil time little animal but the mother hare drove It away Then the raven slowly retreated pre tending to be afraid until It decoyed the hire a considerable distance where upon it rose lIn tlo jilr flew back swift ly and bore away the young hare A similar plan was adopted by some ra vens that wished to steal food from a dog They teased him until he grew so angry that he chased them and then the rrtful birds turned sharply around easily reached the dish before him and carried oft time choicer bits lIn triumph As fo the ravens power of speech the Impression is that it can talk if it will but It is not loquacious and does not like to show off like a parrot But vhcn it does speak It is very apt to use its words more appropriately than a parrot does Sour StomachNo appetite loss of strength nervous ness hea ache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach arc all dye to Indigestion Kpdol cures Indigestion This new discovery represents the natural juices of diges Ion as they exist in a healthy stomach comnbIned with the greatrt t known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Curs does not only cure indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach ynIKodol cured and we ara now using n lorbabr Kotktl sMbWW Yoi Eat jetties only 100 Size holdlne 2K times thefeW size which sells fpr SO cents Prf rt4l by Ie O OtWITT It CO CHIGA9Q Clubbing List for 1906 1 JV We offer below an attracliye clutbing list which incudfs cJ f nearly all the city papers and leading magazines All Hew cash t itDEADERI iCCu ierJurnaldany 640J I Jj i1 f Times daly5Qii J LcuisvilleHeraJd daily 3 Q9t r I Courer Journal weel1v1 9j fLouisville Herald weekly v 1 j25 t 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