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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1r iv I ss- I 0 t S7ABL1Sf1EDINI83 Ie t I o GFiLD1 t 1 NEW SERIESVOLXIII NO 24 WASHINGTON COUNTY IKENTUCKY AUGUST 23 1906 jf 100 JPER YEAR 4 Jr Ih I DR iF TRUSTY i PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber- r 1 = nialwdrkatraasonable prices fl 1 work guarantecd SPRINGFIELDI KY i OUR DIRECTORY 0 tSPRTNGFIELP county seat of T7ashinffton County 52 miles south eastof eiingion 59 miles from JLouisvifle on Bards town branch of I ouisville and Nashville railroad in t farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone lines express office flour mills lumberyards t pop atiQn 1100 population of COUUtV 15OOQ Representative in Congress Hon D 4H Smith Hodgenville Ivy J Representative in Kentucky Legis ature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon KT r County Directory CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February Maydond Octo ber I H Thurman Judge R LDurhan Commonwealth At orney f JRbbt A Noe Glerk M G Lea hmau iastercommIss- oner t QUART ERLV COUtRT SQuarterly Court is held on thc hird Xonday in eachmonth B It Litseyj Judge iC0UNTY COURT County CUirt meets on the fourth iffonday in etch mouth J Bjti Litsey Judge WF Booker CountyClerk T Siilayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff Bi1tt1 Anderson 1lIe1 epntiCBj James F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan Assessor WTT ilitcheli Deputy iFjRobeztNoe Treasurer J MMontgomcry CoronerIW Bush Supt of Common J t ctipolSi 1 0 Springfield CITY COURT James R N cfPol ceJudgeoI John Grace Marshal TV F Grigsby COURT rJntice Courts are held in January April July and October Lhurch Directory V METHODIST CHURCH Rev GyvLyon Pastor Ser vices an the First and Third Sundays Inf each niQii th at 11 a m and 730 pin SundaySciiool every Sunday atlO am 1 Prayer mxiins every Wednesday aight CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Hennessavj Pastor Ser Vices itvcry Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock a m Stfvices at StRose same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WT Wjilccn IhtcL go til every Suridat J RES1VLTERIAN 1HURC- Hj RtvT D Latimer Paitorj Preaching every Sunday at 11 am anzl at Z pm Sunday echool every C fAiinda at 10 flra Prayer eyoryThursdaY evenine at 7 II1EetinI BAPTIST CHURCH t Rev Win Harrison Williams rat Preaching every Sunday at 1 am at d745pm Su daY Scimopi vcrvF Sunday at 930 a m Prayer evtv Tupfdav eveninp at 745 oclock 7 Fraternal Orders t MASONIC LODGE 2 Springfield lodge tlot SO meets first and third Mouday eieachmouth Washington R A Chapter No 57 tneetsevery second Tuesday 0 Springfield Council Jo52 mncets on vertouilt1Mon11 y KNIGIITS of TIlE MACAHKES Meet i nr y FOLEYS KiUNEY CURE iWILL CURE YOU 1 of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medicine Take it at once Don riskhaving BrightDis tifeor Diabetes There is nothing gained by layr IfOc1 and 100 BottleI MFVWC tVMTITUTCS For salebj R dCross Drag Ktore v r c THE cl 1ifiEAiiTL I mi WOOfi ilNii OOJ ij w ttrofi i iJrROUND OITI1LI1 1 1lftiII n ft ft nCYJI co Stopping1 tIt Paper I lhweIIm a man as pays my debtsIAn I wont be insulted Sowhen an cditorgets smart I want to be consulted I took his paper leven years An helped him all I could sir f An when it comes to dunninme I didnt think he would sir But that he did an you canbet It made me hot as thunder Says I FH stop that pheet I will Tithe cussed tningflsfbes under la ufited up the measly whelp And fdr hiscunnin caper I paid them eleven years an quit Ys sir Ive stopped his paper Ex 7 TERRORS OP THE ROAD Jusnoginid drivers cf horses and drivers who are not sotimd arei onstanj r fear of meeting in adriveta1og our public nuds One or perhapse botht of those terrors of the road the automobile and urn steam th resber or traction engine We notice ian operator of a thresher in writirig in an ex change complains about what he terms an injustice in the law in favoring the automobilist over the owner of a traction engine Ha com plains ithat the law imposes a heavy penalty OIl the operator of an engine for failure to kfeeji a marl 011 the road at lea t200 yards ahead of Iris engine to warn travelersl of IvS coming while the automobilist is allowed to speed along at his o n sweet willl regardless of hovjj many lives hb endangers Oir friend is slightly mistaken as regards the iaq It is the in fo rcement or no enforcement of the law which is at cf tIt The following is thelaw asrelaes to autpmobiles I A person operat ing a motrvehiele motorcycle or motor bicycle shall at request or on putting up the hand SignaItY person riding leadl g a restive horse or horses Or other draft animals bring such motor vehi dectcle or bicycle immediately to a stop anT ix traveling in the opposite direction remain sta tionary so long as mdy be reas enable to alfow such horse or oranimal tdpass and if travel 1Ireasi horse or animal appears badly frightened qr the person opera ing such motor vehicle cycle or bicycle to case running llong as shall bereasonably necessary to prevent allhcdentaud insure the safety of others u 1 1i agIte SpringfieJd Fur is to be cprgraltilated on the irlt15i irl preIS pIeviousIthat quite a soin was cut off of the incomcfby the cutting out of certain pnivileges The oper aMng of gambling tfmchinths aud devicap jhich has tofff per mittedb minigeineni here tofore andis ftill coniieredti ii cessary jja d j u ntb to fa uts ini other count ift was not pei initted tits at air Theii abserce fWef congratulated Tbfe presence of poflssiola11gat 1toj more particular to the publics pocket took While ttlb fair niDnagem nt is cutting out the professionall gambling why would it jhot be a godiii lea tJt try and put a stop to jlie private be tor The matter would be a little bit harder to control but it could be checked at least should an effort be made in that direc tion The spectacle of a crowd of men openjjy making bets on the probable Iwinneriri the ring contests is not one to impress a stranger favorably Our fairs have improved steadily from year jr to year both as t the quality c the exhibitipns and in point 01 attendaccle The social side pasl rn JJCJJl betn a feature of the Spinir field fairs fur jean brmgirg together as they do the best people in this and tfdjoinirg presJeceofi does not add anythingf to social or moral tone of the gathering This betting if not checjced is sure to lead to bad results and to bring the fair into bad repute just as did the gambling oa the troltingracesa few years back which resulted in the abandon hug of the races and aJ etu to the oldfashioned fair The premiums offered by the associa tion are of sufficient amount to prompt strong competition and no outside betti g should be permitted I Thcrc is notbinp plcueantas that bright cheerful atpeacewiththe world feeling when you sit down to your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good work and good rc tnlts ThehealUiy man with a healthy mind and body a better fellow better workman a better citizen than the man or woman who is handicapp ed by some disability however slight A flight disorder of the stomach will derange your body your thoughts and ybur deposition Get away from the irorbidness and the blues Keep yourI stomach in tune aud both your brain and both will respond Rtttle indis cretions of overeaeing ccti Le easily corrected and vou will be surprised to- see bow much better1 man you are try a HttleKodol For Dyspepsia wfter ycur meals Sold by all drtRjists Commissioners Sale The Farmers Bank of Chaplin a1P1ffs va Hcnson Shields et al Dfts F By virtue Of a Tucl incnt and order of talc pf time Wishinuton Circuit Court rendered at tile February term thereof JJ05 in the above Style cause Jlihall proceed to offer for sale at the Court House doot in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AUGUST 27 thoU at 2 oclock pm oi thereabout being county court tiay to the highest and best bidder at public unction upon a credit ofOand 12 months the following described property towit A certain tract or parcel of land lying and being in Washington county Ky and bound as follows jfon the South by the lands of FranK Shiqicise on the West and North by Chaplin River on the East by the lands of Ev erett Parish contaning IJio acres more or less Amount to be raised Homestead l000COe Debts i interest and cost 12000 Totallo be raised 193071 I For the purchase price the pur chaser or purchasers must execute l bonds bearing1 legal interest from data of sule until paid and having the force and eflfect of Judgment Bid t tiers fpromptlywill bfe required to comply I M G LIACIJIAN i MW I Change of Firm j Mr B J Lancaster yesterday reb red from ihe lirm off McChoid and Lancaster disposing of his onehalf intorestin the business iiIIthefutcn1will be AlcCho d and McChorl Mr Laocasteirs interest in the house was purchased by Mr Al McChord the senior member of the old firm the consideration being 2500 The in tCliJroC stoie iln has recently bIJremodelI 9f1rgentS furnishings iis carried in stock The new memb4r cf the firm is a son of Dr R C McChcrd Iond1 in a sp crididanl worthv yoiipg buinfaji man It is hs vehtur of i business t firstj and all of his friends predict him a succssfurcateer in en11Id IMrs Francefl Sa1sof Missouri la Arlte INancy have Jieeuaf1 Illcten with kidney troublo live years had severe pains in my luck and a freqent deaire to urioate Wizen riding I experienced much pain over tblb region of the kidneys I tried five physicians without benefit and then conclnded to try Foleys Kidney Cure After taking three bottle I was completeiy cured Sold Red Cross Drugstore If a North Bend The Qemocrasft sages iin this neokdffjliv6ods preuict in ad van pithe election for United Icptfag Seenator a Waterloo forI beilitlle boy blUe Jim Me Creary is slicker than a greafied eel and when the counties of r jWashingtiD Anderson Boyle and kercr art almost solidly for Me el might Cripps see the h nd riting on tho wall Anderson cbnty hath whereof to boast i the persop cf Lorg bill Sparrow who was t ie tallest man yaho enlistrd n theFeierlai my fft m Kentucky One ot the most nofb1captureS UTlPleasjne Fitzhugh LEO at Atlanta Ga by a company of union soldiers among whom Mr Gpo Blacketej of WillisWgv Ky participated Mr Bladkeer told your crreIthapofldent e never fape of a more courdgou35Sj than Fiz Hugh Lee and n showed any man greater respe as he was typical of all that wa grand patriotic and brave Your correspondent is inrQ ceipt of verified reports froth the war department that ore Alpha Ward son of Zack Ward who was born at North Bend 1879 was the fhs Ameii can to step foot on Spanish soil during the war He received two gold meUaU for bravery Says he had the honor of shav lug the Colonal of the Rough- Rider Regiment President Roosevelt eve y Sunday morning Best wishes for the Leader rfW rMFeyer end SDW Cold A J Nusbaum Batesvilie Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summir cold so distreccihjf that interfered l vjth tny business I had njanyof thcslmptoms of hay fever anti i doctors presorip tiau lid not reach my caae and I took several medicines which scented to only aggravate my case Fortunately insisted upon having Fowlers lIon ey and Tar and it quickly cured me My wife has since used Fowlers Hon oy and Tar with the same success Sold at Ked Cross Drug Store PUBLIC SALE I Of Valuable Fanning and Timbered Land As attorney in fact for the Heirs at Jaw of Isaiah Prather deceas d I will onSSaturday September If06I beginning at 1080 ain offer for sale at publi auction to the high st oidder at thq late residence of said Isaiah Prather three at d one half miles Northeast of XVillis burg Ky about 8001crc3Qfi land This land fs excellent grass tobac lliLcu 11 and iis velI- enced and is in good condition it has as tine timber as can lie found in the State consisting of ash oak poplar and booth The tract lies near Chaplin river intue northern part ofr Washington county Ky atd possesses an abundant supply of neveifaiJ inKyatejr It is situated 15 miles from Silrinsfied and 10 inila from Ulooralield with good turti p Ices to both points whore rail road shipping flciliies exist I This lund has been surveyed and nottod aod will be offered in separate trncSoC frotn 10 U 150 jicres and then will be offeredas a whole and will bcsoltiaccord nig to tub plan producing lha most money t 1KHMS OF AlIC rime terms of the sale WIn ho one third jash the remainder in ilifee annual instalments to he come duI and payable in ono IIUhUjJIIU t hUjJ Attorney act liGtrs atlaw of IsaiAh Prathnr t I Capt TD nglighJJ Atrt1onj- eer t AllG1llrflogTll Gonn WtOD oWlertJkid1ney nod he waOOzi a victim of flrIf1ffs disease ThereiiialigcrlifSclavt if lJW6rs Kidney our0J taken boI once h symptnisivHloisappear khj4are strengtkeued and you are xJtJu sound and wcJfjAR Bassof avlorgantowh Ind had to get up ten or twelve times in the night and had severe backache rind pains in the kidneys and was Cured by Fowlers Kidney Oure bId at Red Cross Drue Store A iJInsurance Insure nthe Farmers Home InsurancCiCompany of Junction City Kythe only company jin the Statittat makes any claim of paing its losses in lull jy r 4 i Hearyin fori Ir Congress Short Sketch Of The Re 1A publican Nominee For Congress In This I District jg9n1M L Heavrin Republi caonominee for Congress in the Fourth Congressional District b t the approaching election Is an excellent sample of the vigorois nifepid and sifted Republican leader Born and reared on a poor farm atRosine Ohio county Kentucky he was taught from his you ri habits industry arid and perserverance which to day are marked traits of hs strongcharaeter Early IP life he became desirous of entering upontesttldy of lag but his father was a small tardier of limited means and the responsi bility of the preparation for his chosen calling developed upon himself Hs early opportun ities for education were meagre only being able to attend the dis Irict school a portion of each session Notwithstanding such uninviting circumstances and un romising environments ii e never became discouraged The same indomitable wi power nd ambition which has borne him successully thfoughmany ppliti call encounters since his maturi ty enabled the young man to overcome the disadvantageunder wmch he labored and to prepare nimseJf by alternate teaching and attending school for the real work of his life For two y ars alter his graduation from college lIe taught school and reuci1win his spare moments unfeeling the need ofbetter pre paration entered ihe Louisville Law University from which In stitution he graduated in due time with high honors Reiu n ing to tiartfort heat once enter ed upon the practice of his pro fossionand his sound judgment tac foresight untiring energy and unshaken integrity enabled him to enter at once into such a practice as is commonly jiQquir ed only by years of patient ef fort Hwas elected County Attorney in 1807 in one of the most t hotly contested elections ever known in Ohio County overccm ing the large iriajority of the combined forces of democracy and populism About this tim jMr Hetvrin conducted the famous Likens Atjdpraon contest case through the Court of Appeals winning tile suit and calling forth from the Court tIe hjglf commendation Tlte bestj presentation ever made to this Court by a young Attorney n ncceptEqtiiaweilth Attorney in the Sixth Judicial Distivc though the same was hopelessly democratic anti in the race that ensued sue coedcd in reducing tin demo cratic majority nearly a thousand Votes cirrving his home county xgainst tho Hon Ben IX Ringo jvho was likewise A eitiseari of that county bv the I1rg it nna jjifyitV ever given uptoTh t tiThe Perhaps the strongest trait in Mt lleavrms mike up is Ihis jiinshakan courage und deep ear neatness uhcn once convinced thavhe is ih tho right eitherm hi law 5U5tii o hte political views inisfoitniie ftiil defeat httIt9 been powci IfSB to over Em H A Halr Dressh jNearly every one likes a fine hair dressing Something make the hair more manage able to keep it from being too rough or from splitting at the ends Something too that vill feed the hair nt the same time a regular hairfood Wellfed hair will bestron and will remqin where it belongs oil the head not on the comb The best kind of a testimonial Sold for over sixty yo AKad a br J Ayer Co Lowell MMI Also taanufoturcr or 9 IC riLLS 17 O t come him or shake lhis iaiiiL He is a man of strong character f and great peisonal worth poss a1gifted1 hehii l i i j spilingihfFourth Congressional District may be sure that their interests will be wached with the same confidence and fidelity that has caused democras and repubh cans aliketo place their affaifs in Lilt hands as a lawyer arid rjly implipity on his discrtin- and honor TIicEn of tile World of troubles that robbed E H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of alfl usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two vears ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer trig which I would never have survived bad I not taken Ei6c triO Bitters They al o cured toe of Gem rat Debility Sure cure for al Stomach Liver and Kitf ney complaints BJood d seas s Headache Dizziness and Weak ness or bodilv decline Price 50Q Guarantee by 0 J Haydondrug store Kentucky Fair Dates Columbia August 214 dat5 Snepherdsvile Aug 22 4 days dofGtbNicholasjUiev Aug 28 4 diy Londo A tf ust 2BJ dmtysJj Shelbyville August 2R4 days Plprencp August 294 daw1 Ewing August 80 3 days Elizabethtown Sept 43 days Paris Sept i 5days Bardstown Sept 54 days Glasgow ept124 daps Lexington Sept 17 6 days Sebrep September 18 5day4 Henderson1Sept 235 day Palmouth Spt2t4 days Pembroke SepL73 days Owe bDro October 25 days Via field October34days Ell tonOctober84 days GIVB U o1c C Spiegle 1204 NTirgmnmaSt iEv ansville Ind yriteshlloroer jfiy years 1 was troubled with kidney aiu bladder affections which c iitsed tnt much path and worry 1wt flesh ace was all run down aud a year aja Ihac to abandon wbrk entirely I had thr i of the bast pnysicians Who did me nc good and I was practically giveti up to die Fo Alerc Kinrtey Cure wi s rec ommended and the firrt bottle aVc nie great relief and after takingi tbt second bottle I was entirely cured oldat Red Cross Drug Store Prnnk of the Type Toni Moore wrote the line Und taken up in heaven his i psitionj but the printer =clelIt read Had taken up to heaven his physician In a weekly story piper n love story con tJtineil uo less than twenty ridiculous erryrx liistenfl of fallljig intoa reverie the youngjady fell into the river bull 1PPNcaryfor pull up nasal Tor nutal and trombone for trembling The fair heroine was awfully bongry Instead of angry Dec heart WM wl wIth ot ceteras anti not eeitiisies and when size mcauttoiay blue the types inado iier say I am tlftn am wholly htntt A newiPer in ttWHug of a cojrcut luto Iiolves by a railway train said the e Av was cut into calves i A CattlaR ncl hkc In some parts of Scotland it 1cus tomary fur a 4ridc to bring a doTer to her hu band no matter how little One couple who had experienced the strife of wedded bfiss for some years were having the usual row when the husband tunntMl the lady witjj the pauctty of worldly goods with ivhich she hull und ted him t Awa 81kr Uo When yo marrlt m t a ye brougbt wftsn cuak 0 zsbisky an tile auld IZible Wefl lack vs tln response gin- aJ Iulpnhl n f tiHickle attention to tlB boofc as ye4ki toe Hievcvhlsli t ye wouklli heMi a iheenBter 0 thfe gosiie thi nOo1 DrlcUx There Is no builfjing material so du- p rablo ns well made bricks In thij Brit ish hniiaeum are bricks taken frojm the buildings In Nlqevrli and Bubylonl wliirh sliQW no sIgn ef decay or tpgratitaii aJUiOnyh the ancients tilt lslorr burn or bake the but titled tfleinIn1L t tho fltm Thf baths of Caracal iUllH s tcnnu itud the ThlflJnc c- CLIttign liiiKftOwluroil therav orr tll1CoultiuizsneI nor ittnnipr In t t4 n ciw rarked CrzsflstbJU tOtloollnlfo r Iu ras t ltUtttP itt it sorprsng llqNi bills run xip Xot so MJC 18htg reiliied Iddor- consklertng h1j man thousad tCt they bnve41iiWmpItIaPreSs1 w1iezLIII MasIstratoXou w tebcssins In tho public strofitfe andyotyounlbadjrtftecn 5hyilns in jyotir noeket ner res yolr worship I may nofibe as Indtzstz bus ns some but Tnii no tfntl Ihrift tondon Express I Time appear long only to those who floct know how to uic Jt stwI UBSCRI7jON4jj tutljIiFIt CityAttorney- JUSTICB CJ Ti7 HENRIKIBSEN- Jiow tlie Soanarnavian DramatIst Impressed an Observer William Archer tells how Henrilc Ih sen Impressed him when be met the firoifdlnavllu dlramaist lii flame in lSl In glided nn undersized lan with very broad shoulders and a illrge Iponlne head wooring n long black frock coat with very broad lapels oh one or which u knot of red ribbon was conspicuous I knew huh at once but was a little taken aback by his low stature His natural height was even somewhat dinihftshed by a habit ot bonding forward slightly from the yaist begotten no doubt jpf short sightedness and the need to peer Into things lie moved verb stpwly and noise llessly with his hands behind lila back an unobtrusive personality But there was hothhilg Insignificant about the high and massive forehead crown cd with a mane otthcn Iron gray hair the small and vale but piercing eyes behmd the gold rimmed specta chin or the tliln lipped mouth depressed at the corners into a curve indica tive of iron will and set between bushy whiskers of the same dark gray ns the hair The most cursory obseeven could ck1ahave guessed it to be the power of a poet the character of a prophet One wouVl rather have supposed ones self face to face wltli an eminent statesman or diplomatist THE GULF OF MEXiCO Americas IcilKcrraucan andSItu Iromlwe Kyr tjic Future The gulf of Mesicoiis a sea 1000 DiJlc410I1grQI11 the c6itft or Florida- to the harbor of Tainplco and SCO miles wide from the mouth of thC iHssissIpp river to the mouth of the Coatzacoakos This fedlteiTjmcan of thd west Is surrounded by countries of extraordl uasy ridiue3jln the fertility of their eilmqe3flueeats and the variety and extent of their mineral endowments Ail these countries capable of sus taiiUugr liundrods of millions of people ate inhabited by nations and races who Jive liudcr republican forms of government anti cherish and maintain frog Institutions The northern coast hub of this important sea is in the Srcat republic of the United States of Xdrth America The southern half Is tii the next greatest American repub lie that of Mexico while on the east rethe important islnutjs of time West thdr5 with Cuba at their head The ccjbu arpnnd this most important mats cestjucd to be fur richer more pow Qrful and more distinguished in the Wstsry and affairs of our globe than were tfver those that bordered the duclent HeilJterrancair or the eastern tcmispiierc not even excepting Egypt Greco and Rome Xcw Orleans Pici yjmue l St Albhn rind lib Teacher By some strange irony St Alban4 the martyred but possibly mythical Rdman soldier whose festival falls on June 22 has quite overshadowed hFs probably historic instructor St Amphibalus whoseimniiersary comes on the following day About Arn pbibalus we know that he was a na tive of Cacrleon which the golden legend cxpresses by dubbing him a princes son of Wales In grtste araye He was burled at Rcdbojime but translated to JJt Allians abbey whore Ills cup w preserved which they of the common sort call St Aim belie Belle In former times chlldrcd were frequently christened with lila name and Affiibell Partridge was gold taraith to Queen Elizabeth Westmin tier Gazette 4 Dunkirk Fete of Lantern One of the qujlinfest of the nuincr1 ousj yearly fdtes still In honor at Dim kirk Is the fete of lanterns instituted many hundrctlsl of years ago in honor of St M rt int bishop of Tours wilt died in 80ti and who was one of tile prelates by whose efforts the early habitants otf these parts were cqnvcrt ed to Christianity As soon as dusk sets in the celebration iomrnencesand nil the urchins of the town congregate lathe main thoroughfaresr Each one beprs h paper lantern some of which are of considerable proportions being shaped In the form of a ship orn flower With lanterns In hand and blowing lustily on horns und trumpets the tfrovCd of youngsters parades the streethLoddout News Fnllli Cure Elephant The temple elephant in southern In flla is the object of great respect tpr physical contact with him is supposed l lo do more good to the human body J than the best medicine Aduit men and women warily feel his legs with their finger tips and press them rev jntly to their eyes anti ailing children are for a smalt consIUenttioi carried on his back the distance of a few Strides tynt they may be cured Madras Mali Ire tnilcrMtoodt Walk right lu dear Your supers rehdy your slippers aireiJght where you cap flout them easily and TOur pipe and tobacco arq on the writ ing desk handy for jotu All Tight Molly gjoaned the tiredl iiispiclous husband iou can get that new dress tomorw vT fI ttnowlctlJc Proporly there JIs na other knowledge but that which tisgot bv working lm rest is all yeTalhyDOthesIs Ot lQorlC gc thing toLe iiunetl qt 1- nthb1s It ttzingflohtItg Iii iiicious- s iIfliesf logki orUceati1l4e try to fix ItJi rlyle eri The great requisite for playing curds or time horses remarked Mr Everwise Is Jl fve1 Yes ans vercd young Miss Torklns it must take a great deal of nerve to c mblonJnan to ome home o often nnd tell his folkr that still further fonomy will necessary Wash ington Postv V v Hip nulv fallnro a maa ought ttltter ftji Jttheiinmoic li J EUOtii 4 J A CLOSE CALL 4R Shultz and Will Mc PhertonHave ThrUMnr Experienc I1 Roof at St GiitEeV ji weIF1nowhr firm oC14oElr9YShJ11z and his assistant Will McPberaon had an experience on the roof of the new tit Catherine building o ceayllast week wticji they will not soon forerett V Mr Shul z JindlMcPherson were at work on some cornice around the tower whichl ries r above threjoof of fbe building proper and which is 95 feat from the groand TO busily engaged in the workf the scaffolding on which the men wera i at work suddjjnly 6egan to give way Mr Shultz was fortunate enough 10 see tha danger iti time to throwjis arms about one of the columtrs of the jbawer and to cling on McPherson was not so fortunate and fell with the wrecked scaffold to the steep ioof of the building Ho struck the roof and begin to slide heai foremost to what appeared ceir rain death below Just as theirunfortunate man had aboutJ given up hopes and when with J in a few eet of the edge of the oof one of the planks which formed a part of the SCllfl grJdQgQtagahlst a chimney and t vlcPhersson clung on and was I saVed He vas badly skinned abput the face and arms by conj r log in contact with the roofrMr Shultz crawled down from ills position lathe tower oadJy frightened over his narrow escape and that of his ant He says tba he hiss many cose tallsain his uisII this is about the Larroxest scape he evir experienced j GarY lQfS Sea i fall nukes life now as safe in that ityi as on the higher uplands t B W Goo31oe who tDuttonJ no sea wal for safety He write 1 I have used Dr King Nsw f Discovery for Consumption tbeY A past five ydars and it keeprnei- velLl and safe Before tfeat tixne Ii had a cough which for yeaIs i bad been growing worse Now f Il j gone Cures chroatc Coughs Ija Grippe varop t Whooping Cpifeh and prevba Pneumonia Pleasant to taUe Eyery bottle guaranteed at C Haydons drug store Pros 5Cc and el1 Trial Vottle free i BLENDING SPIRITS G J i11 Crioiim JteaJt bM e5 bq M4zM- Wkfiky u5 Wtss Some curious results are iisow blending of spirIts Take ahMttMt M odequarter gallons of hI14I psot tttrtt f and add twentytwo Mt cftmrtfc fgallonsf one aba onehalf as OoweiI Mhi rally suppose This In rM0bJy u plnlncdby the large gIebv e tM 1 spirit absorbing the iml1 gIiM eC water thereby lessening the voe sC wine gallons rIcqualrI tNiCeitoot two barrels of whisky are plcc4 under a root one with the bHc te a lthc other with it outthe ferair wW i gain iu proof while the latter will kiN This Is duo to the tact that whea tIMI 1theI er than it 4ote the whlsljr e ttte bun= out there ii cvaparation an l the Spirit evaporates ear thaH the water tof1I write has gathered la tftj ye4H itt ifil J perienco 04 a cellar aa B JIeps trace of hlsJl iiora by tJteWtand strauge ttry rea M snugcs and thco isrs w1 iAeC racy nhd is curkioHHI txaetJii kto Uubwledge of cheaiWrjp lIJ bs his trade iXew York PresL r Greek PaM Vft fclMP f As delicacies the GfMta att jMii foxes caught in the jhwMi re aa sparrow upd certai kMk fck snared by raowilltfit TJbtr s itcfjf of an old Greek lettwedy fiiii cook boasts of tlJrarIL la iquIr sitely that It threw kiwi gratWut czss from 4tize pi A faraoti Greek disk wasthe EroJss pir kaW st k- nmzuiThe ether kaif NMte4 It wa- stiiffItk cut si1a thrushasL TIle imii aM iiis- iglflUtIflOflfttId tb shelh4t 1111 az tJ1semall fw kettle ft a U+ Cfw j1 autH kItchi wa ed- ilejthsts J bead Tm waedl ttaHNjh tS t 1 p- iliat t awj t 1 I =p 1TDf NEWSLEADER DBTXKTTKV y A YEAR IN ADVANCE l t1nicFISLD Y E L DAVISON Jr l IMMIMH itLes 11 e PM ell tfHfttK1a- CHls e CUEIM l r1tIesIstk- J0fc wwk is feMat tow raM bat wwfc if Awrt141g i lJ u d n cia eMtnete mU M liberal et OfcJtiMrtel awl rMMluttwis ef rMpect eabs psrflee OfUitZX- Wic4y Iahtrt t tII Oztr1etes Jr 41a THURSDAY AUG 231906 i We are authorized to announce Robert Noe asa candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo ratlc party MISCONSTRUED The NEWSLEADER has ree Irained from taking any hard in the local option controversy which has so occupied the atten tipftof the people of this county and which we are glad to say K tl be settled at thepolls on next Saturday Nor do we propose to take any hind in the fight now and the object of this arti cle iis simply to defend a pre vious utterance against a mis construction The little corn ment made by us in our last weeks issue on the effect anf whatis emed tp us a fault in U e local option law is made an ex cuse for the publishirg of a circular containing certain state ments and signed by seve al i cal lawyers and approved by the Circuit Judge Now we are not a lawyer nor yet a jjudg e but it has been out jprivHejte jto know many and wi must say that we have yet to k low of an instance of any twr lawyerS reing when emploj ed on ppposie sides Qf a case anv we can go further and sav tha although some of the best Jaw I yers and jjudges have sometime 1ft r decided certain thngs to be the e appeabit i ratd judges are in error in theii icJnstructionof the law We tfwill not pass on the ability of t the gentlemen who sign this circular statEment but have thii to s ly that if they misquote anc misconstrue the law as badly ah the have misquoted and ms construed the article we publisl ed then their opinion cannot bt I tarn for much They give in thic circular what they say is thi sqbetaHce of thearticle published Mdi the NEWSLEADER as follows s Tbatrif local option prevails ii Washington county every doctcr in the county and any other tht t miy come in will or may il lhk esiresbe a walkingi I tatootf that the new county Unit Local Opt on Law excepts I hit i s provisions druggists aid piysicians who are alljwed o handle Jiquor and to have in tbeirpessession an amount not t to exceed five gallons at one tim that any doctor may procure i government license by payinj 25 and then selt whiskey tc J anybody whom he thinks needs it and the like without layin hi nstlf liable to punishment This is what these gentleman say we said in our article aiic for the benefit of those who ad not read the artice refered and in order that the reader may judge who iis attempting tc rnis1eadwe reproduce thtarticli l cimpltiiiied of which iis as fol lowsJI HEISrp1 Under the provisions of the local OtjOn physicianialocal option prt f Viils will be a personage of impoi 11R apojrsufferertince and a friend in need unitIjcalt J phymcuinstohandeaztj amoun5tt r I J i0eCeerflveffalonsat one time thUcpnnlbltorreismade to applyttt Ie drUggis who will not be allowei t11elO1prescription or in permtttedtof any intoxicatirg1i uor jJf1Cnlave this same in their This additional prohlbiQseMs ttjry fame is totpracticing physicians who 1jiloW edtajceep liquor In quant tef lttp exceed fire gallons and touts1eNMe same to patfepts u thy eie lsllkelyti10w te beore popular iIR car jCOUrse no reitab r bYcIaa will abwe the prljleg4 e tei gya M kj ud i pe liquor l4rzpinateiy biat lieJ perittedc tisscktod J asare ID tdofsuch t reJj Rd U is to Je the sole Jodge f the needs qf his pa tients It looks to us as If the law was faulty in that regatd for wji11e- s we said before we dontbeeive any physician of good standing in the community will abuse the privilege yet it opens the way for those who are not over scrupulous There is no way to stop it should a man with a license to practice choose to pre scribe and dispense liquor for his patients He is to be the sole judge of their needs We ask the impartial leader to search the article and see if thy gentlemen have given it a fair interpretation Find if you can where we say that any doctor may if he so desires be a walking saloon or where we ay that any doctor may pro cure government license for 25 and then sell whiskey to anybody whom he thinks needs it and the like without laying him self liable to punishment If these lawyers areas unre iable inquoting the local opion law as they are halleging what was said in a short newspaper article we are afrid the man who depends on their advice will be misled We meant to cast no reflections on the doctors of the county itnd repeat what we pliinly stated in the original article that we do not think any reputable physicin will abuse the privilege pranted him under theJaw and dispense liq xr in discriminately We faave never said that doctors may sell whisky These lawyers say tbe doctor may give it away and we said that he may dispense it to his patients as medicine and he is to be the sole judge as to their needs We find on nvestigation that we were a little inacurate in say lug that doctors were not per- mutedt to have over five gallons jf whiskey in their possession at one time The Gorin or Mitchell bill as passed by the last Legis lature oa tbis point says The provisions this act shall not apply to licensed physicians or druggists to whom any public carrier may deliver such goods in unbroken packages in quanti y not to Axceed five gallons at my one time The question na rally arises why is the doc tor permitted to receive liquor if he is forbidden to dispose of it in anyway la Sell Dftense Major Hammj editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when be was ierctly a tacked Jour years ago oy PileX bought a box of Buck lans Arnica SalVe pf igbich he says he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer oi Burns Sores Cut and Wounds 25c at G J Eapdons drug store r MOOR SILLE L One of Pleas Carriers twin oabys died last week and was urried at New Hope cemetery Rey Bogges time is out at New Hope and Chaplin Fork lnd what they will do for a minister I do not know the may recall him or get son e one elseMr William Gfigsbvi and Mrs Will Beam were married by Bro Yancey last week It is his sec ond matrimonial venture and the third one for her alt three of her husbands are living Well we attended the Fair on t Saturday and there was a large jrowd present There was a lift cultyor two happened but cobody seriously hurt Next Saturday will be the ifection and jye will then know whether local option will carry r not Rey Allen will lecture at he New Hope church Friday optionFiveryRev Bogges wife is still im onving as is the rest of the sick folksThe meeting at New Hope church has been postponed until a later date- Granville the son of Mr Brew r Cerney was kicked in the face by a horse t and it took five stitches td heal the wound no bones were broken typl10idtrecoveringfrom W O Ellis was over inNelpon county last week and Monday of this week in the interest of the WillS Hall nursery busmes Business was good Mr George McAndrevrs and Leos Bottoms of Mackville spent last Sunday with Mr Rod Smith Mrs Lena Miller of Louis yule jif visiting friends and relatives beret he has her little grand dAighter with her- WANTEDGentleman or lady witii podreference to travel by railor with a rig for a firm of OOVcapital Saary 108200 per year and expenses alarr paid weekly and expenses dYinctd Jot stampAKr rwJw THE IVEWS Valley Hill The wave df discussion whiskey vs local option yet surges with terrifliic force throughout our vicinity Beckham is the topi of the day along the Senatorial line but then its not straight talk The Trustees of our school are to make an addition to the school room tnis season 12 feet more makes a lot of diffefer ce The Fair must have been5ia success as it monopolized the weekIbirds must e beep leathers the for Mrs Palmer preIlQmsladHarry Derringer is much like an ox he draws well at least his free hand drawing commands the premiums fur that artat the FairThe pumpkin crop up the river went down considerably riverjManystream fenced in by as many panels of fence that met the same fate High water every where1bMrs M D Reed and little grandaughter spent Tuesday with Mrs cB Piles Miss Beatrice Foster is ex peeled to return to her new home in Louisville her parents having removed Irom Windsor Mo to that place Miss Nannie Pinkstcn visited relatives at Poortown during the Fair Shelton Lewis of Polin is spending thQ summer with Ray Pinkston of this place waging war on tobacco worms and crab grassSi SMrsher daughter Mrs W N Foster in Louisville this week Mrs Jas Kays off near Law renceburg visit d relatives in this section the first of the week Mr and Mrs C 0 Tatum of Louisville arrived here Monday to remain for a short s bile with their parents Miss Maud Luidley of Louisville is a guest at the hcme of Mis Palmer Goatley Miss Louise Settle visited friends in Springfield during the Fir Miss Sarah Tucker of Lous yule jis a gtfest atU Tucker Heights Little MissPBeatrice Foner has returned to LouisvUe afer an extended visit here THE SICK Mr J D PIPS Snervouston Typhoid fever lingeripg Miss Imogede Goatley Typhoid fever very ill Herbert Moran Typhoid lever convalescing Ray Pinkston and Shelton Lewis visi od relatives near Po lin Sunday Owing to the fact that every one including TJno attended the Pair the readers will kindly ex cuse sur short letter this weeK Uno 1Ms1ery Solved How to keep off periodic at tacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a piysery thatl Dr Kings New LifePflls solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to giVE perfect satisfaction ti everybody or money r funded Only 25cat C J Haydons drug store Forest View Rev Father ODanniel of for orado is at St Rose for a shun stay Mr Pat Hamilton and daughter Miss Maggie attended the picnic last Saturday at the rioly Cross church and remained over among friends until Sunday evening Mrs nBrowning and children of Raywick are visiting her sis ter Mrs J tr Smith Mr Thomas White and Miss Flora Smith of Marion couhiy visitetfthe young peope at Mr Joe Carricoes last Sunday Mr WalterRmey will leave in a few days for his home in Davis county after a stay of several days with Mrs Rose Medleys familyMrsLpe Smith we are sory to say is very sick at present The jresdence ofMrck daylastj were carried off among them were Mr Kqers best suit off clothes Severiii were seen loot tug around that day but no one knew themSMr X P Simms tells us the following Ho had for somej tme been missing his eggs train the nests so lie tnougbt that he would discover if possiole what it was in putting his hand in the neat something struck him on the hand and be oon found thai it was p very large cow snake coiled up in the nes Alltho it Smilhshand kilnedithwaitingIn thif state it is not necessary to erve a five days notice for evlc tion of a coldl Use the original laxative cough syrup LennedysLaxatite Hon ey and Tar No opiates Sold by all j hruggists i lJ7AMlJN BRANDS r FOR EVERY FOO 7 FIVE BIPACTtiRlES We make every style of shoe that is worn That is one reason why we can give you better value for theImoney in Diamond Brand shoes thin is possible in factories making Only one kind of shoe As we operate five large plants subdivided into sevL specialty factories every inch of leather can be utilize In some department and ve are enabled to grade our leaner to produceunifoQTIlythe highest quality without wiste Ask your dealer fa Diamond Brand Sloes J zV WE MAKE MORE FINE SHOES THANi OTHER MOUSE IN THE WEST 1ANY THE BEST EVER The FortyFourth Annual Springfield Fair 9 Success in Every Res pectf The management and patrons of the Springfield fairhave cause to feel proud of the fair this year Not only was the attendance for the four days the lan gest in the history of the fair but the exhibits of tine horses and other live stock was of high order The weather was ideal and there was a good attendance from adjoining counties as well as from our own people Below is a list of premiums on live stock MARES FOR GENERAL PURPOSES Mares 4 years old and over Gogh ill McCarty Henry Co Mare 3ye Irs old and under four W M Hughes Boyle Co Mare 2 years old and under three Nally Beasly Washing toncountySMare one year old and under two W M Hughes Mare under one year old Clif ton Stock Farm- Roadser Stallion Robt Walker Madison countySBuggy geldings Robt Walker SECONDDAYS Bet aged Borkshirel Boar Orange Frye Boyle county Beikslure toar under one year old Orange Frye Agei Sow Orange Ft ye Sow under one year old Orange Frye POLAND CHINA Aged boar Chas Miller Aged sow Chas Miller Sow under one year old Chas Miller Sow and not less than Z pigs Chas Miller sIn EP Aged Buck Lyon Foster Buck under one yearLyon foster Aged ewe Lyon Foster Ewe under one fear J G IrvineS 1 SVFElSPAiESS LRuek any age Lyon FosterS E al1yage Lyon r PONIES I Roadster Shetlands Bolion Lucas Mercer county Shetland Stallion Mare or Gelding to be shown to appro priute vehicle Bohon Lucas Best colt sired by Sunshine J E Wheatley Washington county Buggy Mares 1 G James Mercer county Horses for General Purposes qISallion three years old ani under four Nally Beasly Stallion two years old and uii der three W S Gibbs Stallion one 5 ear old Clifton Stock Farm Stallion umler one year old B B LeachinaicS Best Saddle Gtldingr three years olcjand under four W W Rayboqrhe jfIBest Roadster1 Mare or Geld ingIO JanTes Xx J New York Saddle ClassSu non Mare or Gelding W Ii- Hughes BestjSaddle Stallion larn or- Gding owned in Washington county W W Ray bourne THIRDDAY Beet Cattle any breed Aged Bull Conrad Her tl Gin Bull ope year old and under two Browne Thurnin Bull under one year old Conrad Bertlein ThurmpICON one year old and under two Brown Thurman f it DIAMOND 1INtOl SflOEMAKRSC11 WEEPSTiiKES n any age C Hertlein Jaw any age Brown Thur mooJetseyCowt A C Kimbll Handsomest Baby under twoI yearold Maria McElroy Shetland Stallion Mare or Gelding to be shown under sad dIe IJohqn Lucas Saddle stallion three years old andover Nally Beaslev 1DareHORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES Mire four yearsold and over I U James Mare three years ldWM Hughes Mare tIwo years old P S Bar ber Mare One 3ear old Humphrey Milton Nelson county Mare under one year old P S Barber Gelding four years old and- over Robt WaJkeri Gelding three years old L D Baker Rockawaynng Mare or Geld ing Bohon Lucas COMBiNED RINb Best Stallion Mare or Geld log Robt Walker 1st W T Smith 2d Clifton Stock Farm thir4 Best Mare ard Coil J J Yowell FOURTH DAY JACKS Aped Jack W W McElroy 1farion countyi Jack two years old Mackin Giobs Washington county Jack one year old T W Simms Co Washington county Jack under one year old WS GibbsSAged Jebnet W T Caldwell Jennet one year old W J Caldwell Jennet unJer one year old W T Caldwell t SWEEPSTAKES J ckunyagp W W Mct31roy Jennet any age w T Caldwell MULES 4 Agejl horse mule Lloyd Parrott Horse mule one year old Brown it Thurman Horse mule under one year old Perry Baker Aged mate mule WL Graddy W odford countySWare mule one year oldT Writ Simms Jlara mule under one year old i J I Martin Washington county r SWEEPSTAKTES Lloydiarrotf Mare mule any age W L GradaySMare and Mule cott4 Barber Hamilton r Best pair mules either sex to be driven in hainess W L Graddy Best Saddle Stallion Mare or Gelding Clifton Slosk Farm IstS John RoBins 2d B W Phillip third Horses for Hai ness Purpose Aged StiUioh L D Baker Stallioh three years old John RoBardsSNStallion or gelding to years old W S GibbsA Stallion one yer old Uhas Blantoh Stalljon under one ear old BtE Leahtnan Ay Pair Shetland ponies sKown to ppropriata veme Shaltz Jr Roadster Stallion Mare or- Ge1dig1 I C James 1st and 3rd Robt Walker 2d- Combineclringthre or gelid ing W Smith Double team IC James Saddle ring agtd nikreCiif ton Farm V fOmnllORirJrSe Msi t4PjSVMI- 5i 1 Uf M Want 1 11 I 11- rf Anything in rReal Estate I t I L Call on Ii BD LAKE Ii rc rrtLe Oru1Dal Foley A Co Chicago originated Honeand Tar as u throat and lung remely and on account of the great m o ritand popularity of Folejrs Hon eyan Tar many i 2 itations are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Foleys Jloney and Tar and refuse any substi tote affcred aillo other preparation will fffvq the stme satisfaction It ie mildly laxative It codtaina no opt ales and is safest for children And dalicato persons Solp ty Red Cross Drug TTOF FARMSI FOR SALE BY McElroy Wharton Real Estate Agents rNo 65 ISO acre farm located 5 miles from Springfield right on pike goOd dwelliig and barns 50 ares in Blue Grass well fenced and watered Price 6000 125 acre farm well located 11No66 new barn all necessary outbuildings 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 6000 No67 120 acre farm 8 miles North of Springfield good5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 40 acres in grass Price 2750 No 68 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Pricc 35 per acre INo 69 50 acre farm well located Price 1600 No 70 145 acre fajm well located and lies wen 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 iis as good as the best Price 60 No 72 210 acre farm well located good farm and lies well and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 roOm dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty ofjtobacco land 10 acres good timber Price SO per acre No 73 385 acre fane well located right on pike and railroad This farm Itisj subject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty 7Of tObaeco land Price 35 per acre No 74 160 acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield good dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottom land well watered and fenced Price per acre 25 rNo75 125 acre farm located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good iceS20 per acre I No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all necessary outbuilding strictly a nice place rPrice 5000 No 77210 acre farm 150 acres of bottom land all good land can be cultivated every year good improve ments of every kind 7 mom dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced- A firstclass farm onehaf mile from Mackville Ky right on the pike This farm wellimproved in every way new 8 nxmrdwelling house two tenant houses good stock and tobacco barnscribs etc This farm nearly all lies well and Is in a high state of cultivation This is strictly a nice place and a chance for someone tobuv a nice home The price i right and terms easy Price 50 We also have for sale a 330 acre farm located 3M mites from Spring field Ky The improvements thid1 place are excellent the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located in a beautifully shad id yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuild ings There is on the farm agooijl orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty ofr tobacco land and some trmber is well fenced and watered Price S40 per acre No 73i 80 acre farm located in Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered all lies well and convenient to schopl and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well located jobd improvements J of every k1rl aew house and barn all lies wel ll cl1urchesP I PricioN Noticei r We are erniined not to do custom grinot cany more We will buy your gro nndJell you the flour and meal xraarketl prices Jfrrboe fc Mcr- Vftt Mf KINGS NEW DISCO Wilt Swy se 1iIf oig t ijjjj iia f I 15 1 f 7 t iIRoflsofMallingj P I lIi ll- ii tt r 111 A nice assortment oif Ji t J i Cashrr A I f 1 5O PAIRSI c k4 Lace Curtains this se sons goods t which wewill clo e outat25 per cent rt + off for cash OTHER BARGAINS ON t SAME TERMSS 13f 4 t GEDNDYiti McINllREC I e t j rtI J oooo 5Time flies I Isan old adage Its a big jump 1 though from th4 time of the first clock to nowj Bridge theIIchasm andtha have you t The first clbctt1idethe pne ofttoday almost a c rqhjumeter gk Accurate Clocks and S t Elegant Jewelry 9 j is what you find the year round I t at my jewelry store My new 5 1 reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelry tock To IIIItock ey buy from me i James J UxaiesS saVJJ l I 1 EE E EEEiErerErE s a p f I PARIS GREEN iJ Iii Bug Brandmzft The Kind that Kills I r i HtH Y 00 N SIMI CORNER DRUG STORE jEEE EE E E ii 44 ooo9ooooooooOOOO 1 WE HAVE Ta INVEST I ll 1 FOR CLTINTS 1 S75OOOO TO SlfrOOOpQO j Jv in good Electric or Steam Railway Manufacturing r rtt Bankor Trust Company propositions Ift f d WE BUY AND SELL 4 Buy and sell entire i sues of municipal andcorpoationS8c bonds and are prepared to furrish capital fqr any merito Jious propCMjtion Have money to kan on any A No tO propositionS f i rrW GILMORE C COi i t f jJ KELLER BUIIjDKsG LOU1SVyL11ii KY 444STt tJ 20 IN PRIM THIBIG = = BLU 6R S =l AIR= d l 20000J IN DUBI I5 VL J4UJNQTQNS 7 J SEPTEMBER 17 Tv 22= The Mfegert mud best Fair ever heldjn the South ClMiHIriHiM ilacteal 4sall cluaH of Live Stock and Agricultural Products Koyys siu IMttmry 1 Band Highclass Amusements of all sortsSt For Catatof ue iad other information addreM GEO A BAlM Secy JAJdIIctOII1 t 4 t DRJMJURTOHJ y RK aiD NT DENTlfl 4 TEETH EXTRACT Q WITHOUT PAIN t OMteRKNTM BlockuplraS- PRINGFIELD KY h AU bintal Work Strictl t Fintclmsi t DrJH L AMPTON DB J C MUD tIIPTOW MUDDV rsr r j751 clans and Sl eo s 7 a Offices over Haydons Drugstore W FGRIGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAWr tr Once over Peoples Bank- 8PRINOPIELD KY t JB EoBABD M W FYA- RtBARD8 HYATT Ihjsiciinss and Surgeons Office over McElroy Shultz J DR J H HOPPER IHISICIAH and SURGEON PHONES Office Over j Office Residence Hasans Grocery 71 Dr Jf W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office over Cj W Bagan s gro eery opposite Presbyterian y church oiP- hones Office 175 Residence 172 MINT MAYES r z 1fUNERAL uiKECTOB IAND LICENSED EMBAlMER TELEPHONE DAYU9 NIGHT 74 SPi GF KY r 1 Rali oed Schedule Followingi is the time schedule now in effete onthe Bardstown and Springfield brftnch railroad y No 41 Leayes Louisville at x 410 pm Bardstown Juhctiot 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Pvin gheld 645 p m No 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 a m Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Junction 705 am Katrrives at Louisville 755 am No 43 Leaves Louisville at 7 30 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield J240 pm No44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junction 485 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm- ol090 Sundays only Leaves S BardsPtown 8 am Bardstown Junction c 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown r Junction 650 pm Bardstawn 753 ptn arrives at Springfield 825pra 4 s Bonds Carriage i Repair Stop A 1 Uinds wood work and up rho sieving done Grain Cradles on Viand for sale rrhave for sale now one new r handmade buggy new hand V made s clog wagon and a good r sec nd audspring wagon I will= work cheaply for the i money All work strictly cash t j WH BOND t Springfield Ky r FRESH BREADr s ROLLS AND CAKES Baked Daily1 Always good always fresh W have a Baker who is an ar tist at making good things Six Loaves of Bread for 25c V 1Hertlien a Confectionery f i a THE TEXAS WONDER = rc 1 Gores all Kidney Bladder and feheumatic troubles scd bj rA all druggists or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr ME W Hall 2926 Olive stree- St4 Louis Send for Remnckyi- estimOnialsH Notice f All persons knowing themsel f vesandebted to the fim of McEl roy Bros are required to call anc f xha t changedI hands and all old busii t ess must te settled tip ELUOyrRos th r foWIIODYADTAK i 1 TOWN 6 H =1Local Happenings of The Freshest and Latest I I AIIAbout Yourseir FrIends I cand Acquaintances In ft ftftftftftJiV I u j Salt rising and cream bread received daily Hagan Bros Forbest tea rr pretty Ice Tea glasses see Hagen Bros argaiJswe Seerthe have on our lOe counter at Cam P bens Any 6 articles on our 5c coin tern for 25c Hagan Bros Fruit acid tirij cans rubber and sealing wax a Campbells Any 3 arlicleJ on our 10c counters for 25c Hagan Bros Stone fruit jarsjfor sealing up preserves and fruit aj Campbelli Five gallonCah ridfullc coal oil for 5125 at am Pbells You will find preiy new duel hats for the fair at Mr Williams For tT first class ineal at reasonable prices go to Springfield Hotel C M Rice proprietor A new shipment of that good coffee at 17i cents just arrives at Campbells A good summer tonic Pure homemade blackberry cordial For sale by C L PriceIfurI For the next 2d days our 251ptCamPbellj G od home andI prompt service at the new Springfield Hotel Everything ne A LosTA rridabnight Finder please return to Tom Wilson of Bardstown and receive reward ClHappyHeina Ta testto step 23 Skidoo latest ureato get them jEj M Russell LOSTBetween McGill School house and Mr AJ G Tumeys a wh ite casbmere baby cloak Mrs JB Shewmaker Just received a beautiful line of Solid Gold Comb and Brace leas EM Russoll Born to Mr and Mrs George Clements a boy S anday night Mrs Clements ha been ill of typhoid fever twc weeks but Is doing nicely Dr W W Ray lips fitted out offices in rooms over C WHa gans grocery His office tele phone number is 175 while that of his residence is 17- 2WANTEDFive horse shoer nt once 18 pet week to fitters X15 to floormen Railroad fare furnished Only firstI class men Address Lock Box 490 Luis ville Ky A tawwili beheld at the Methodist church Saturday 25thbat 930 octoelia The women off Springfield and neighborhoods adjicentare urged to attend x Messrs T S Mayes and W D Claybrooke haye been elected directors of the First National Bank in the places of F 11 Campbell and Sidney Green de ceased STRAYED Fron my place a short distance from towh on the Mlcksville pike my old brown bugsy mare She is slightly hipped Liberal reward for her return Mrs Mary L Durrett The collection of suckling colts at the fair by BF3 Leach mans horse Chestnut Dare was quite a credit to any sire There were nine of his colts srown and there was not a bad one in the bunch The premiums offered by M H Jones the poullryman forth best three dozen selected eggs at the fair last week brought out quite a nice display of eggs The first premium ofr 10 as awarde to M rsJ Oscar Walker while Miss Lida Grundy caP iris d the second 05prIzef The three voinsr places in Springfield were opened on Monday for the registration of Toterswho hadnotfor any season re istered attire regular registration day last year and who desire to vote at the local option electron on Satur day There were W3 additional TOPICS ftftftftnftnftftnCC rv names registered divided as II follows No 847 games No 9 namesItheir certificates may procure a duplicate by paying a fee lo the Clerk The many f lends of Miss Bet tie Craycroft will regret to hear of a serious accident which befel her one day last week which will doubtless render her a suf ferer for the balance of her life Miss Cravcrofb had Jjust arisen i tirallIacross the room when her anklE turned and she fell with great force to the floor fracturing her hip bone Owing t to her extreme age the accident is a serious one Miss Craycroft is restirg as well ascould be expected however om last accounts Lawn Fete IJA public lawn fete will be given in the Highi Scliqol grounds on Wednesday August 29 from 3 p m to 11 pm the proeeeds from which will be Used to purchase a piano for the Primary Department in the High School Refreshments will be served and vocal and instrumen tai music furcisfied throughout The lawn in front of the scljool building will be beautifully decorated with lanterns arranged in the school colors It is hoped that this entertainment will be generously attended by old and young as the proceejs are used ink worthy cause Under modern methods music iis a necessary part of the school course being indispensable in the primary de partment andall firstclass schools have a piano in this de partmant It iis for jour children and you owe to them to encour age j them in their work and at the fsame time you have an op portunity to spend a pleasant evening Miss Emma Nunan will have charge of the lllILU1ge ments For SaleIO Twill sell on the streets on Monday Ali g 27 County court day a food second liind phraI ton belonging to John Pol in of color The vehicle willbe soldL for the repair charges which are 25 W IL bond Mule Colts Wanted B GFOX R Company wiH be at Springfield Ky coi nt couttdayAug r27th 190G to bu earYling NOTICE Tl ingldisolved partnership all persons knowing themselves indebted to us are requested to make prompt settlement The books of the firm can be found at Robertson S Jlaybrookes office Tlespt Robertson Broth rs PERSONAL Mrs W K Marks is visiting friends in ColumbIa Miss Euse Durrett has return omticldedafter a visa to her sister lfrs M W Hyatt v Mr andMrs Frank Wall and children of Louisville are visi ting relatives here Mr Casper Kuhn of Nash vine Tenn js visiting relatives here Miss Jennie COkeiidu P net of Chaplin is the guest of her sis ter Mrs W F Grigsby Prof Stith Thompson and i f ianIapolisat Pleasant GrovetMessrs John F and Frank Simtns spent one day last week in Bardstown Miss Mabel Coomes of Bards townis visiting Mrs Lenard Baker Miss Regena Lanhant has re turned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to her sister Mrs Tom Hardesty Miss thebguest of Miss Nell Cooper at yLebanon r Misses Mabpl and Nannie Thompson willL entertains a num ber of their friends Thursday pight at their home at Pleasant GroVe Nr and Mrs Tom Haidesty spent Sunday in Lebanon Mrs Mary Jones of Lebanot MS visiting Mrs Talbott I Mr and Mrs Lang Bowling of New Haven riaitedrelativri here the past week I Mr John T Mclntfre of Lou isville was the guests of frhmds he e during th r fair Misses Mariceta and Galen Peak bf Louisville are guests of Miss Eva Royalty Tom Parrott of Daviesscoun ty attended the fair here last week Miss Roxey Wakefield and Miss Graham tif Maud attended the lair here last wectcT = Mrs rtV C Foley visited her husband here during fair week Mr and Mrs Foley IeftTuesday for Louisville Mr Chas J Jefferies a formeier citizen of the county now living in Louisviile took in the fair here last week Mr Chas Roberts was hotae from Louisville la tVeek Mrs Johnson and fir Powell Boulware otEminanc are visiting the family of Mr j A Boulware Miss Sallie Pop of Louisvillel is visiting her mother Mrs Mary Wathen of Owens boro is visiting relatives here t Mrs GE orgia Hoskins of Cam Pbellst 1le is visitingl her sister Mrs Charl s McWhorter Misses Louisa and Isabel AJcd ley win entertain a number of their friends Friday evening Miss Lillian Funk of Louisville is the guest of ljssdue Duncan Miss Margaret jEdelen has re turned from a visit to Danville Mn land firs James Bunnell Of Lebanon spent last week with the Misses Pope Mr arid Mrs Leonard Balcer ire attending the Shepherdsvillel fair Mr Conrad Hertlein Iis l at Griffin Springs and attending tile Adair county fair- Mrs John Clark of Louisville is visiting her father Mr James Waters f Mrs Juiia Atkinson of Louis dlle visited Mrs Hertloln last rtiursdav 11 Francis Mulvey of Ljiuisville was u visitor here last week to a tte rid tthe fair Miss Lillie Shnrns and Misses iyrtle Bessie atid 1eail Cans I gall are at TaVi m sprtn i Miss Spaulding of Ba dstown end Miss Louise Settles of Maud are visiting the Missos Royalty Mrs J SrUIaybrooka visited her parents at Bardstown last week and returned hoine Monday I Mrs Henry ElelQn Mrs anie Wiltett Miss Wijla end Kjiott Mr Irvine Winisatt are rap um prin s Mr and Mrs GC Whartoh have returned from Tatham after two weeks stay Mr Rafe Knott ofr Cincinnati is visiting his ne mews and nieces here Mr EC Neal of Ctirrolton Miss visited his little daugh ter Lillian at the horrJo of Mr IH Hardest tics week Miss Flaget Simms is visiting her angles family at Jardsto vn Junctionl Mrs Margaret Bettis Miss Hadgie Brown arid guest Irs Nannie B Yankey sent the first of the week at Tatham Mrs Lee McElroy and daugh ter Margaret loft Tuesday for their home in Kansas City after ter uays visit with Mr and Mrs A C McElroy Miss Elizabeth AVathen returned to leer home at Bards town Junction Monday after a delightful visit with relatives sereDr TJ Latimer tit ire and son Moffett htvo returned borne from a visit w ith friends und relatives in Tenessce Mr and Mrs Walter Fbrsythe of HarrodsbUrg are visiting Mr an lMrs H M Noe s Mias Bessie May Mar lial of J7far tovn is the guest cf Mrs it P McChord Misses Jennie McOabe Myrtlel and Mabel Price spent WedneaJ day in Lebanon Messrs Tot Peak Hugh Mar shall Ed Mattinglyi Jim Stoner and R EJ Edelon Jr ofBards ttown attended the dime here Friday nigljt Mrs Mtler of New Hope is isitio g lher daughterMrs W P Trusty Miss Sue Duncan tai reuin Ed after a visit to the Grandy om 1 r Its Worth w distanceaa extractedsi Withouti Pain or Oar9er r f toAll work guaranteed Wt w L Go CRUME D D S I- i3w w KyWlh JJ 3 1 Mrs Alice Funk of Louis ville is visiting relatives at Pleasant Grove Miss Minnie Ingram of Bos ton Ga was a guest of her cousin Mrs 1 B RoBards last week Mifs Stella Mclntire and Mr Tim Golden of Louisville have returned home after a visit iTc MrsJvW Reideh Mr Ed MbotgcmVry of Lou isville visited tilt fauiiJYof Mr John F Simms last cek MrsEmma Gregory of1 Lou isville visited Mrs C D lob ertson last week Mrs J H Parker cf London Ky is visiting her siter Mrs VVillard Thompson Mrs Percy Young of Louisi vine Was agueat of Mts Taller E Leachmau during the fair Mr Ei Bring has returned lo his home in Liuiville alter a visit to Mr Ben HaY don arid family t Miss Sue Ray has returned home after a visit to relatives in BloorafieM Miss Sarah and brothers Sam and Nick Pqntrich have returned to their honie in Louisvilip iiftr a visit to Mr John F Greene and famiyi Misses Fannie Smith Eddje Shader and Mollie Porsey are at Tatham Springs fora short stiay- Mr Ben Wilmes of Louisvile has returned hprae after avis t to CW Hagan Mr Evan llagaa spent Tues ttL Tatham Springs Missf Florencjp littttinal sa of Louisville isa use6 eft Miss SteIn Simms Miss Eva Rovalty entertained a few friends last Friday night at Tier home roar totvna Dr John F Kelley a former Yashin on county boy now a nracticinir physjciun at Oklaho ma City visited relatives stare last week and took in the fair MrGeorgCcE Medley was at home with ills family Mast weSk He sues accompanied f r6r m Owensboro bV his son Ben Atbo will remain at horns fQr a rest from business Mr aud MrsrUnrlan Punk of Louisville have ratumed af ter a isit to Mr Tom Duncan and sisters Dr TU RoBards was cftlled to Borgiii Monday to the bod side of ilr I tim Buster who has typhoid fever Dr llioBards returned Tuesdtt3r night find re ports Mr Buster as doing nicely Mr mes Wharton returned to Grand Rupids Michv Monday after spending two weeks at home wiih his parents Mr and Mrs JL WhartonV Miss Afana KnoX of Danville after a stay Tatham accom CpWhartoh returned pester dry rnd will visit iMr IndtrJ Oscar Walker before returning to Danville In response to theI Invitation of Miss Stella Simms a lurge nuuiber of young peoplo gather ed at tho home bC Mr Ben F Simms Tuesday evening fdr a few hours pleasure Tli o showorpf rain iutorfered with the lawn festivities ini the eaily part of the eenmbut tile guests were pleasantly enter rained in the parlors where they or joyed dancing until after the rain when the lawn wasillumina ted and the scene of gaiety was shifted from indoors to the lawn Deleqtuble refreshments were servedr and the guests took their departure reluctantly but hap pv after enjoying the gracious hpspitality of their friends Commissioners SaleI S J Sinockjadinr Cy Pllfe l vs Nora Scrogbamtct Dfts By virtue of Judirnient and order of salt of the 11ashin Eton Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1900 in tile alcove styled close I shall proceed to rifer for sale fitJim Court Hoase door in Springfield Ky ON MONDAY AIGPST 27 1900 iH ocltck pfII vi ureahout rhelp counts c n rt l t to the hi hest bi =QAf s i Qp y q q ycSr4 rS i il s Il t t1 f4 ii 7b 414 v A AII 3 = II I t ifr 7 r 1111Of Odds Ends and Remnants t a ny Q tcc = JJii After iinvoicing a 25000 Stock of Goods weJfinddla lot of Odds and ends and remnants whichthave accumulatedl and which we have 5- GuHed IIOutt To Be SoIPii5 t i at almostl your owni price This us it chance for real Bargains as the goods are Staple and goQd iet 1r 1 JEX Jj lI 7 Ff l Jt We arealso showing some bargains in New Sufflmerr Dress Goods I t r and have a good line to Select from Call and see uslI tir 9Jrft obertsson CI aybrooek J j iiTllE BIG STORE 1t1 Jt J i u IdTIiIe iiHave fitted l hundreds of others i JIanl can tit yni Names and Prescriptions on Ale come and I see for yourself Give your eyeA the attention at tie rikht I time and place Nothing but high grade goals All the t modern kinds and styles of lenses Bifocals of every de cription g Ir Y Ii- Q ASTIGMATIC CORRECTIONS a Specialty r Lw rUrwluate Optician always on Hatkfaciihand to maker test tsar gyariuiteed i1 M Russell iIIE ai9MIMiH der atJmhRe ruction irtwit a credit oft tfaud12 months the following described property itIiA fract of land ituated on the Srinyfield andl Prrryville torn nke Mtiotit one and i half mi1sfron Spr nJtidd Ky aact Itottgciect l as fol Juws Kinnig ala stone corner td- 11el1 LOgan1 tJte a of the right ofwayHof the Spr elc1 antil Perre ville pike thence awn r theedfje of stskidi 4 rstone where an salt stump is calleiH IIthII Ijtocusf papery thence S 2 K 85 ales and links to f tone in a littleJ branch cofn r t4 Simms thence S isW S51 jwle and 14I links to a stone btaroad thence N S2V4i poles to a stone in said old rood thence K41W 3U poles and 18 links to a stone in said old roawj thence N 071 It 112 poles and T linksjt black walnut tree corner to V1IaII11 ton thence N 11 E 10 poles antf IB links to ablack salt corner to said Logan thence N W 52 poles and links to fluf beginning containing one hundred ami fifteen and one four h acres And also the additional ltract as follow which adjoins and isa part QfI said tract Bejcuini at a cherrj treejn Dr Deboe lint corner IU tio Wsllillltou cou t1thetc S It1i lk 1 13 poles to tsteae curnrr 2 to said county thence S tV Ity polos to starts cTorner 3 JwUne of same to IJ McKlroyt thence S 22 It hi a poles toa stone corner Ids to iMcKlroy on side vf tiranch thenoe S Ify W 24t poles to fence lust in Torn Stevensons litU corner 5 to llcl ror thence S42 K 22 voles to a stone corner 6 to Sti vensoti thence S 4S W J24 poles to a stone in center of old road corner to same in Mrs WUlet line thence JJ8i lE T rules to a stone in road corner 8 to star arch Hundley thence N I 1tocorner ilij t1 cnceN Mt poles tOt a stone corner ttl to Deboe thence N 22t W 30 pdles tua stone corns r 12 to same N 31i W 707 poles to the beirinnlntr coktaiiiinir Fortyeight acres two roods and twelve square poles AIM also tit additional trach its follows whit i adjoins and is a part of said tract DcKW11nKat a stab In center of ryhd and in line of Geo Munnell and curlier I to Harvey Caldwell thence wth the center of said road N 00 E 4 poles to stob in same at 2 thence with same N 34 H 03 poles to astob on side of roadLt in Untjof Isaiah Anderson thence tEtilt sahIi line 580 W S4l poles to a post in H CJaklwells line corrier 4 to said Amfledn thence S 22 tSfl poses to the beginning containing one rood and one square pole nii5 is a nice little farm with com fortable dweUingf noitee bowl bajrn ajid well watered c nveniently loca ted pn a good pike ana rural mjifl route sad wither nbou4a mile oil a flrstciass graded school Ppir the purchase price the pur chatter or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bearing Uffalintcrest from date Uf sale until ijHti4 sad having the force tad effect of a Judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with the c tent iIG L AfHMiX y t w t BRIGHTON UP YOUR HOM0- R doesrfl take much trouble and costs very little For borderaround ruffs Wle TOIWAUKONTatS afire r grade of VanusKivith coloring iJII1t matter groundinto it so that in tsteado- painting the floor andthvarnishing ityou do both in one rfec1mtdpJcringurxuture CD for loots lyucanfte1agreatdealOfPJeci1sure I Eemenaberthename 0WAU CON GET IT AT UGSTOREjTHE RED CROSS l l VJJJMJdJJJJJJJJJJMJVJJ V JJJfJW B kflJri The first National l 7Y7-bf Gapilai ti50OOO Surplus and Undividedt Profits 525OOO t a 1 OFFICERS =B L Litsey President JohrfW Lewis JicePresidekt l i I Ac McElroy Cashier LB Cain Assistant Oashier t R Ert Fo er BookKe per II a Purdom Asst BookXeePFr 0 IRE TORSB T Litae 3r J W LCfis V D glaybkooke T S Nlill Mdyes R H Edelen HO il Grundy John O PoUn J We ffsnt every favor consistent with sue banking Your Ismi5 r ness respectfully solicited f tl JJVJ VJJJJJJMJJJJVJJ NJfs iiVJJ JGIWJ7 r p i MARKS GREa The old Reliable Manufacturers 11 I and DenIer in till loads oTi LUMBER LATHS SHIN GI S V SASH DOORS BIND 1 r i Wo handle the celebrated Mixed Car iel Cpalt l r r nmIt ait 2 i We are sole agents for V t p ACME CLMENT FLASlER The Best on Earilu PricWi Ri 8rf IiOffice and Yards Doctor andRailroad Streets Spr1Jxlef Ky OOOO S i9 1 l t c EVERYBODYS BUSINESS j J a IDgJ IsI Nobod Y5 Buansa outr IiKI ts 1Q1 i b in th pblidhe eJt2f l t f1 t Tinning and PlumWnf I li J 111 Ift t 6l 1P ppSS ibis costa GloVE USA 1 So A fYj 1 l f s 11111 RITCHA RD r Jf t3 Wp J tij t J SPlllNlFIELD KY t W r r i HINTS FARMERS j p riathcl Slrrep Pay Bet ONe ef our 1dtt and most success fill breederS jxnd iuiHj rer of high ildss SMtk told me some tiuie ago q that ifter many years experience lu JMndling horses cattle beep and pigs fee found Ills Ixjst profits greatest pleasard awd satisfaction In the sheep division of his business And well my I lartorse his statement as for anany years my comparatively small flock basproduced for tnejnore profit than fill else oVtheVaftn A mistake of many In our country is the selling e butchers lambs iu tlc tall at a small price while by feeding on well Ffor sonie foiitf to six months longer the value can be easily doubled anti the former profit quadrupled John Camp r4 bell Ontario lii Amerlcan Agrlcul furist I Harse Fact There Is such a thing as feeding too much While the horse does the hardest t work jbe should have the test eareI4Dont think that you can bst horses by feeding on corn as a fcraln ration They need graln that produce bone and muscle Horses which are fed Improperly are subject to colic Overloading the stomach on coarse feed and work Is just wtinn causes It numnmlwip that ihe horse has a small stomach and feed accordingly Qn Idle days lessen the amount of grain The system cannot utilize as much toed when ldleE J AValer Btrlpe In National Stockman brain Per IJlsra OH Grama There Is no way In which ashote can le made to gain so fast as by feeding cbni or other grain In connection with agrafes A little soaked vcorn fed Icily while the shotes are on clover puts on weight at an astonishing rate and quickly puts the animal In marketable 4 1condition Feeders should remember that no one kind of feed Is as good fed alone as when combined wlfli one or two other kinds of feed Beth grass and corn are natural and excellent hog leeds but neither one Is as good alone as when combined with the other Corn makes fat very fast when thin system Is In a healthy thrifty condition and nothing equals grass as a conditioner Wisconsin Agriculturist flhiitrlriir Breeding stock los that are kept from year to year must be ringed If kent oh jiasturc and they will do no good without pasturo cay J A Doble In XatUinal stoelihiau Pigs that are farrowed In fall grown In winter and finished iu spring when the ground Is soft shohld also b6f ringed Rut those Jhat come Ii spring are not large euouh to ioajivisfivat damage until mldsuniiuert Ity fhlj time tha pisture v Is so dt akmil olhi that they will do hut liltJo mischief from tbut time onI unless hjsivy rahis elioul tome ri Ia Cear17 Theplg ly uhiureVls one ttf the cleiu est of nihiiils and la laterlial construc tbU resembles te human bIng more closely fhaa any otiicr animal What wontler then It Is that we hear of sa 0 nnith disease viticu they are kept under Kucli filthy conditions as we so often see Give them clean healthy stir roundings and we shall hear very little of disease and they will be to us Suie ntoney making machines hey hare proved themselves It T Archer InpI American Cultivator Orchard Culture ITime fruit exiierhnentstatloiiat Mona tain Grove Mo has long tested the advantages of orchard culture and time condition of crops Iu recent years and r will continue this work It has been jiucd that sj crop which will cover the soil during August mud September will be a great advantage It Is not advisa abInta pbw this croaunder until spring for If allowed to reinain on the ground during the winter it will serve as a protection Molivme and Straw A great nmuy furaiers cut all their straw last year nut ted It with black strap aboit one cupful of molasses julsed with water to five bead of cat tle just eu ugh to lIly dampen the feed Thte IS considered very satisfactory as ItliiJuppatheCattle to eat the tars ii dutrria Ciar American Oultlrator a So63T l cr3wtcaverI 1Th secpiul growth clp4r for hay should be TrhtfirMlv full red lilooni vltheljjitffew browu Itcnd and cured l In the cock nays U WTjIfihry ln Na Jtloial ijtocUiuri It should never be sun dried 2 that rreiflers the hoer hiid l ettcr iwrtsuo brittle that much is lost Iu feliife 4f Tu Itiii ejertiiii with a little com ynfpjy lise If used properly It will iTolii the liad ci the level anil pro j sent ait slonlders as collar presses cn tha whole sUouldcr when the hsiitl Is 01 the IgvoL The natural level WIh soale ho es is higher than i with oTlss a AGarc of Dairy IJienxn f imlilht tnd pure air are tie cheap st east otacUve JUCJKM Of kcey k t DX ITa UkaIowcittoCcrmansyrupi Thc timeworn injunction Never pit off til tomorrow what you can do to clay is now gvncrahiy presented in Ut fonn Do it today That is the terse advice we want to give you about that hacking caught or demoralizing cold with wliich you have been struggling for sev eral days perhaps weeks C ake sonic reliable reuiedy for it TODAY aad let that remedy be Dr Boschees German Syrup which has been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it wilt undoubtedly rere your cough or cold amid its continued use for a few days will cure yovcbHipletely No matter how deepseifajd your cough even if dread lungsGeruls ft kadoie s Iatioandsotap rently liope tes ol lunj t iibleIew t4 kJ5c r i1iji- lug the flalry urfrnsn pure anti sanitary after thvr hnvn iiii tlotmsed Where thcBp fobdittons ilfl not oxlst It Is advisable to put heal n a hot dry 1tjrooutKnuas Expdriineut Sta tionfDry 3Iuh For ijnivl This 1s a ml3tire of ground grains mainly t bran It la fed dry Ins troughs boxes or self fi dfrs It Is usually kept before the hens nil the time WorkinaiHMr Brown I should like to ask you for ar small raise Iu my wages knve just eou married EmploycVrYery sorry niy dear man but I cautIi lp you For accidents which hiippxju to our wprkjiveu oufsldo of Uw fnetnry the oonipau is not re sonsIbleWnio ntlji Blnttcr lie Under oil Do you understand asked the Sab buth schoJl tenrhr whit meant when we say that time shall iro no nioreV vycsin answered Tommy Iti men ii tvbcn the clock jjJDtqps FOR THE CHILDREN T1 mzIcmanm14Iiwm1andrrc1aier This haudkcrchfrf l Jivst tIme thlu tijr young magicians tojpoFsieK- sIt has the power to tttalje things dis appear You use1 it to icoyier some bor rotvod nrticietL coin ayj or i card pall the haudkerchlefi qulckiy away and lo the borrowed ftirt cle hits com pletoly disappeared t rue handkerchief Isfpropared as fol lows t Get two pretty good sized mens haudkerchiefj both exactly alike In the middle of one of these eat a silt about four Indies long which get your sister to hem round th edges to pro veii its becoming larjpr- Kow k her to lay OIK haAdkcrclilef uppu ths other and sow togffther the eJgei If the work is done neatly the whole will appear to be nothing more than a single haiulkerihlif especially as when you draw It from your pocket yon shake It out with the unprepared Mde toward thosc jvlio mire watching yon ext taking the cjtrfli in the loft hand you cover It with time haudjcer chief at the sonic tinlu slipping it into time pocketlike arraijgeniciit n twceu time two So you see when you ask some one In the audience to hold the card coy ered by the handkerchief please and then jerk time whole froni his hand time effect will be that time card has disc i peared tj Hoc 15rriil Do you know that tiic bucM get bread as well as honey from the lowers Watch closely somu time tiiid you will see time whole performance You must keep your eyes very witle open though or it will be over before you aiov It First Miss lice suclU up the precious drop of honey whlHi the lOwer tins stored away for her She always knows Just whc p jo AutiJt fbo thougU each blossom huts its own particular kind of pantry Tlicii she gathers her Hour This li generally packed In tiny boxes Avith slits In the side and Miss Bee has only to put in her mummy little feet aid scrape out the precious flour We call It pollen but time name dpes not matter To Miss Bee It is flour and she pack It nwny carefully iu time wee baskets on her hind legs first moistening It AVithijft drop of honey When she has as iniuch as she can carry she flies back lo the hive and stores away her lojul for future use The bread made from this Hour reI quires neither raisiijg nor linking The pollen grains jire crushed soaked nud kneaded wlti hbney and time bread Is ready for the biibj bees who arc time only ones that d tItT t Game cc IjnB Aloncr Thts la a first into outdoor game Arrange tWo live Cf hay amid girl play trs each headed lby fl IIttLiliVAt the right of bach captain place aj clothe basket or hamper full of niL torts of jflds and cuds books balls clothespins pencils tin cups tin pans cushions spools brushes thimbl s button liooks ctiyfAt time other end of each line plac an empty clothes I basket or hamper I Behind each Una place a gilanU At a signal from the hostess time two lluea gat furiously busy Kacii captaiji anatches anything jt nil from his fiilV basket parses It to 4the player stand ing next to hint and that one passes It along to the next Ole The end player throws It lute his cfupty basket v Meanwhile he guard watches close ly and If any player through nervous ness or carelessness drops article that has been Juuided him to pns along time guard pounce dowii upon It timid takes it bafk lto the full basket to passed overigan The side Avhlch ilrst transfers every thing front Its full basket to its empty basket wins The more rooters there are to encourage time rival sides the jollier time coutestj aiilliniix lor IJefcrifp It Is always a pity to destroy a pretty lihrase particularly when so laudable sentiment us patriotism hi Involved You have all heard Millions for de use lint not one pent for tribute forthe phrase lifts been famous for a J century It It attributed to Charle Cotcsworth Pinciiney who represented the United States u Frame in John lay a treaty vitli Kug and that threatpjM l to involve IH in war with lrayce and the directory then ffverniiig IlJiiue refused to re cqlve Mr rinckuoy lug that time payment 0fr a certain sum might settle the disput Then It vas iccordhijf to a popular j story that Mr Pjuekliey sahl Mil lions for defend limit not oije cent for j tribute It siiil however that when he Was asjccd aboutIt aftonvunl he answered My answer rat not u flourish like thdit but simply Not u IMJnny not a poiniyi flIiiea What mostly resembles a cats tail t kittens tall4 When is a ha iy not a balmy When Its a little bare Why Is an egg like a colt Beeaim it isnt jit for Use till Its broken ATiat pain do we make light of Vlndow patio v When Is It a g oJ thlng S ldse your temper Wioif Its a laid one i1ei l4hIiIIeleIIIdierHey WIecio llllIe Climb vp a tree t IFarFdIimtoOn the distant huh frtrlOver tiit river Whcr stands raJlK 3hen look look f Fill you look your nix A IIQ3 dtddiodcilidijie tIClimb upji tree fr Arid If jSjudontlIke ft t1tt Wv donUt scold me f r u The SPORTING WORLD Bercera nine to FatueISam Berger the California heavy weight fighter has won wide fame by defeating Philadelphia Jack OBrien The recent bout In Quakertowh was n rattler from start to finish and Berger led all the way OBrien never had R v look In In the last round the sixth Berger ipwung his right fist against OBrieni Jaw Tacks knees bent and qylvered Another smash followed quickly SAM IIEaOItI Agamybb knees shoDk It looked as he Aut go down but lie was game ami lie dived forward into a clinch Beige vmichPd him ini the side as he came OBrion tuuglit him about the shouh crs smbtherpcVIifil blows wres tled t1I lieU on andthwi lie last bell clangid JLtJirts a lint light There will be an other claimant for time heavyweight honors now Berger while he does not class with Chanipinn Jeffries showed that he will be a factor In any sifting down of championship material that cl t not Include our friend James J the daddy of them nil A fJcrmaii nanoliall Convention It Is rcportr in ba ioball circles that Empsrar VTlHatti of Ucrniauy lifts sent tho follWlnu eiblfgiMTii to Manager Chuncv of the ChlcagD tcafn in the Xa iohaHeugito Sat awei uore Gennaua Oil time tcaui lire Moraii and Xbouan md I will send yti time order of thu llaek Eafrlc already Not since the days of time old Cmcnntl team have tucl a notable collection of Teuton feraced the diamond rsartoiiow gath iitl under Chance This ov the German roiter read TohaimKIIng alter Mctvkjr EJwaril Ilculbach IJobrt Wicfcir Jokaim Proister Mor lxjii rKvii Brauni Frank Chance Jpa Tinker Htjry Steiufeljt Arthur irnfiutin Tumvt SUttkard Husky Ilothrjpb Oiar Kiais Jaaiea Siagle irank SvhalX1 slit Loals Smith Shmittt Lime reNiti liming mom bert of thj tAcirMcCrtiailck Noon in and quet erae Ju evez lintel where the nine stops in ivimleli no jrcraian iulnnvvl to intrude In the riIknown cii Taras hhll tiiey cJiint ill of 15rJn and vor that Ivilaiii sjM jvt lhc tree ci1 lInn1on MIsa ont time stibJects ittos oummented on iuTlifesai clr le haj Ijoau the re iimrknb shawing imtate by little Cart Dnilnt since he Johiwl the St J ouli Cardinal pruliotjmitle a proiiouticoil hitiwhlle with time neinmiti Uods and fan were norry to see him gx iliift hs his made good with the St LbuLs Uflni li cvIJenocd by the quali ty of lnill that he hn IK prodndntr He hits lu aten botj time New York GInnts and lime Ciiiefigj National Ic is a slrnlllcnnt fact thit thc unjoity of incn relea4ed by CuViiiuat either thi 8aaOH or list s have iiuid jpjj ii other eom iituy Joe Kelley aul Vny Ned Ilanloii bath 4sam to liaVa 1ot their imttasg ejes Just now NoH be lacking for pitihors WlKn liL let Kttle Diuiiot aiid Ovenill go Nod 3iuit hzive beatiHsIeep Higher IJttro1 Autnii Miimtfaeturprx tre iimktng higher poworwl nirtt6r mnchlncs as theilenmiul increase Vhcro a niati was satisfied rith elghlrcn to twwity five Iprsepjw r three or four year ngo he nuiKt njv Ktavc his machlno eqiiippcnl with thirty live or forty hoisepower The rural trade In motor card while mot as visible as the city trade should znot ortHlooked Spine of the most tiueoftwfjrtdealoii are making special efforts to xktcr to anl develop it The Urood JIaro Auii Alice A roiuliioiit breeder hits Just bought of V Willinms the brood nuire Aunt Alice ly Aulceo 21J ditmit by Bmtrommi AVIIkr thiS second by Stel ii way i UrJHVs third damp old Ned dam of six trotting AuutAllcis has Iwen bred to ExIeaitiaim 2th Auti Tnuiliis GrowiH at eve8 its jiroieht rate au touioliHe taurias will intjn become miiirjnportmil mind iutcrnl jmrt of iismeu- her trnven lie TiilJel SIitesb2CUIWAV TRADING Iarl rSH nnil IsIiN riitirelij itr IJirly KHKaml lit may tfciy Lo tomtit llmt frovi hjg tlhio of tlu Cmiqroror tX1ISuiMlny ttacilug rj cejvel mm It atis tSqn hi enry iC5 uarket Eii rbsLemc lick ui Saimilsyt fraitiijik ii IWtIIySIOI Iu isihaiUantr cf ceker 3JtOUtii JaMeuJtnl ii4hOkI 10 mfieiit flhivir iinrketwn lst tii3ng thrja ttia luhuWtMjU f Crust tiiwalle iealtmg hi earn thou beaiH ilciHi LIt t their ckurclj onuidtyf mil JuU tlieit y they wore tiithe ta pffy ibc r tnlfe tu tlis 1Jnti I5hvant I Au orIv viV isimcl for cbshig the chsidt market at Crosthwalte- At Bradford Yorkshire during time same reign the market wns hold 01 a Sunday doubtless iu tie churciiyanl The tolkylclued 3 lernimnmlIn 8T a statute was pasted enact ing that henceforth neither faint tierbmnfkets be held In churchyards for flic Jiqnor of the chninh a1i DO YOU GBT UP WITH A AMB BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who rends the news papers is sure to know of time wonderful iuade by Dr L4LJ Iiei S amp Root time great iid ncy liver and blad t der remedy it is the great ined leni triumph of the I1 nineteenth century discoveredafteryearslJ by Dr Kilmer time eminent kidney and bladder specialist and is wonderfully successful in promptly curini linac back uric acid catarrli of the bladder amid irrights Disease which time worst forum ofrkidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec ouimended for everything but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be Found jnst time remedy you need It has bIrch tested in so many ways in hospital work and in private practice and hiss proved so successful in every case that a special arraiigemeiit 125 hseim umade by which all renders of this paper wholmvc iiot already tried it limy have a sample bottle sent free by mail also a book tell jug more about SwampRoot and how to fimloutif ypuhavc kidney or bladder trou ble When writing mention reading tins generous otTer in thispnler and send your address to Dr Kilmer giHl Co Dinghaniton X Y Time regular fiftycent and one thaliar size bottles are Homo of sir nipnoot soul by all good druggists Dont make any mistake but remember the name SwamprRoot Dr Kilmers SwampRoot and the address Uinjjlmmton N Y on every bottle town otSeueiien uiJinm u on ue on a lrhTay but wttR5nfV changed to Sunday hi 137 the arrhhixhopg of Canter bury mil Yor jleKverc eharses d recthg amotig other tlilnjcs that vie firuily f irbUl city one to keop a mar ket In Ilia churches the porelie and the ceiaeteriiw thereunto belsiiging or other holy places on UiejTonlss hay or olher holy footh fef Xotos ahd Queries CLUE PAPER TcProco of Malrliur Itnixcoveroil l tin Accident A woman ftAhln jianor fnakw v iitel bluw jupor It wajlry accident that tlfil it thOUghiu IJaforo her thm all paper v white Site wan the wife of AVlllinin East s one of Ito leading ipstpr mHnkepi of llug nul iu lhie ttlglitenh ieutur In passing Ihrnrgli flie jpxtr lant 010 day aIe rroppml n bigr bluo has iitta a vat of pulp Intos was a uteni dup immirli shirt iii one bad noon time nccl ilciit Mr iaste dccWotl to say nbtU lug about It rime paper mute vat rhJch HJInuM live been while o tt Wise Tlu Asrorkmeii were uivntirtwl Eate itraged Mrs Kaptp lept yiht the rpBhot was that tlho naper vnuwit Jo LouKii itinrkol MaLtcgad to bo sohi for whm1tteer ft wooM bring Uiit tbc llliu R3it In IxiiiTmi irsis shrewd lit gkv that this nine tinted paper was jiUrnctive He de hired it to be a wouiterful nun inven tion aiMl he kl H off llk hot Cal es at touf It time white paper prkf VKastc ymnii rceelfwl nil onlfr fur mor of tli idea nporsmmorder tlmt he and lii men wasted several day iu trying tjb v titir Then Mrs F111t5 chine f nHrxl and told the atorr of flm bliiit flWt 4 Iwg lljero was no dilBculty nvr I that hi tanking tlivihhic paper TJih japers prlco reinaiiMNl very high lime Haste hiivjni a monopoly in iti IIi flZllItIiribtiiO SlUt An IiHI lent which tfce writer elmres ralseI tlu sgtuu4ous sparriw several u1ettes la Ills MtiinMt6n It deJcrlboiljM ORflitf It bowa that tli sparrow lri iJhPZ gCMil quallticu Ju iiec Mwidli4 in1 self relsitt Jor several days cur or flvu sparrows had visited a certnlii plnce on the iorif ncar icy window TlMy always brorjsM f uJl for another little fellow who never tried a light from tin spat TK vshtiag sparrows nevr imnty billed They would drop tiny iiiOt4lII of fxxl iKai the little spuiTow it bxnn to eat the crumbs tlM others j gst up a Kfpstt tSrj and thou Iiiwii Hway After watching tills for a ftiw j iay went omit ioof ami proachul he IMC Wrtl It dW not flutter muwsy roam mo slid matte nnU ritue when pkk It TIsmitrr- ow was biiml its uyex wont covered within miikllke flint Coniiiioii CtiNif Tlio SiHtrinin flitfKwltlnii lo ie gurd his own judgment n tUw indt that can be found hi Weil illustrated hi a tory qnce tohl of the woderMt ofit Kcotcii presbytery Tills wniiiUwUilHi differel widely on a cftnn itsitimr- elatIng to church Isciplhsse frajm that of the associate with wlyAtV Zw w ostensibly coniwItJujfc At last Itemld that he would lay the iimltcr Ufoje tin Lord In prayer jiiU tuna ralt for hix puldiuift O IrUM sskl the moil j erutnr fervently Mini with perfiTt ski j verity of imrpw O IorJ giaiit that- we j may lie right in mutter for bout kiiow t tht wit are very de cklod 1ttMIIig Ifls Coreiezee The iov Mr ommi iimpecUng himself III iRirrorr Caroline tloiit really believe ought io wcur thiht wig It looks like living ifir Mrs Goad man Bkvu yow iteart Avery dutti t that trouble yoij J1jt wig will nevw fool anybatly fur 3e moment jht ago Trlbuii 1iPi1eiX GeraldineYou lesr h teit lii itav jit- on GcraId Yw wis tltnwitetiixl wllk rain fevcr 7eraldino WImt a lug JOkE oa fever Xcv Voik JIui The IIIIlIiOizilrcN OIT viMi That iiiIlllajiAlry yaiider ehicttteiv me out of a fortunk How Wouldnt beU t yaii inaiTj is daughter orse than that ITe neyer Imd n aaughter The first ImMance of collHlioniHott in English litemturo wax that of the lays written by Beaumont atul Fletcher V fliddie In marble halls ns rhlto ns milk Llncd with akin as soft silk Within a fountain crystal clear A golden apple doth appear No doors are there In thlrf atron hohl Tct thleyos break In and steal gold Aiinvur An ass Sewing 211211 i New cotton often causes iipuUce fc break because of its exceeding liarih nc3s Tills dlfilcully inay be orercjoic y rubbing aicimct time part tobe WVil with a dry piece of soap The jikui nsw r equally well whether the work be done by hand or machine tV PEOPLE OF THE DAY Slnclnlrn Home ColoHj- 1rl ton Blnclnir Socialist and author of Tlie lUBgle which was in part responsible for the anal packing In vestigation is deeply Interested In a home colMiy cheme that he proposes to to establisliao r New York cjtv rbe- hinl of the home colony astexplauied trrx HICLAtiL by Mr Sl chiris the founding of a co toperativo coJpny vl ore children will bo rearod OiLfl community plan in a buildiug dsi clUy oiiatructed for purpose nfll free from nil the dangers al dtai nifxA which the little folk encounter in the bomos of their elders 4tra prvlfmlnary ineetliiff hold in New York Mr SlneJaJr outlined a plan of organtKntkiu which houovcr is sub ject to ehnnfic Vhat character the colony iota take in nil details is to be determIned Toniocratically by majority vote Fifty thousaiid hollers Is the octitnatMl sum heeded to put the colony pWn inojcrntlon An entrance fee of yiO will be paki by each family joining the colony In which Avomon will be al lowed equal rights jrlth men Cooperation wilj govern nil tIe af lairs of the colny Kuch as cooking audaervin of mejls houaowork the purclituie of supplies and the housing of tIme member how Coventnr IVilU Sized Them Up Nat long asu Jovornor Uolk of Mis scan upon ioachiiiK his office at the aipitol In coiniMiny Avlth a friend found a mtmlrcr of men waitins JA ante roeai lleiMiiteed as IK passed through laud made a joku that wii a dpcldc- drr tnut When the governor and lift Irleud were hi the prlvnte ottlce time rrktwI rpinarked Say tJwt im ftwrfully old eVYOIIJM off Just now I TJCOIT It TUH IlK complacent re Piy vVTU pt ietI frIatLked Dhl jo noHct which of those fol lows 1auigim1 WelJ they mire the ones who larti fuTOts to ask wits time ex ranetionliariwYs VffkIy The Wit of KJucr KdfTiiraM Iamllj Queen Mtid of Norway hiss ropu tatkm otbehutg time wit ofj King Ed wurils family On OIM oecnsion she was with hi r sisters at a nubile ftiiic Itlion and notiio n mrions rcpor r HziiiK nt their every movement Ac corrtingiy suet wrote something on a piece of papprjnnd inakhi a pretense t of Innidlng it to one of tier sisters drop peJU11mo reporter of course in srwit Kite picketl It 1ip expecting tti Jtota great scoop for his jmpur Ima ine his clihgrln whonha fuund wrltftui on It the conmonitlHee remark My au boohi pinch me Horribly London Ttlfr lUiiuUlinrit of KviitUolcy U is wihl to iW not Stt sjl unlikely Ttlut f tor kw C S Itlaikburn will bo the iiext g jvfriior of KpiitBcky Gno of toe inWt pajnilar mrntJMxtnttvlmH CPT kn IK hctlu IIOIM pf the Ueiii YatH of the wiale wile mire opponnl o tlie no culwl ftHl4uhittUlmiiultrlltf1iI it lovcriior hits aiUs for the twltMl Stales senate lo wictewl J H jlririMfT IIrreoivp lfSn tli re kus boon grow luita rl fafll3ii in the Democratic party Ji S LAeKit7ns lml Kentucky and while Sfmtor lUack liurii dwlarutl WHHI lie wan IvPttton thrOugh tin Itpcklmiu uiachlue fur re tketlou to Is Vnipl ttoi sfssnto that ho vns iie villi 1h4th5 lie has 4nrt pimiigril his mulish taktt lidersiuip otthie atmutileckiism theI Sniotor HldckbiiMv tipt wentb ITuBiilngton thirty years tiro a metn j S tr of hoiifH of repreflstlyos II ow schlng his third U nirin the lOHfite which ciplrea nest Marih lie a slxtyoiglit ydora old Iliivr Jo Irevo ia SSiti Coiisliln Is time worvt thliifj for a oilgli mind lit rtio t IiHUiicpa of cou h there nioro tuughhi tau Is makss MiuiV to 8ub jrvo tn jiurpose of the eouhil c to remove oltenilIimg miu Crial The following condition vlll Diolp pnu minimIze coughfng In xjl ii itnHOos while in the milder paM It ity ti lie eoitghi aitogither after ii JlHlu pri cv riticpj Vlmn tafnptpJ to agUffh mike n deep brftith tilling If pa rtW every air roll IioWIn It until Cit ltmiuihitg nootkliiK pjact conv cr ToiW as is iviscnnble nnd lairk vt 3ttoinrylB3 roilt 01 flue cough whif o9t wh i Hie IittM Derate mnuvott t11ewhI1oftatLuroamludrneoatuul TIi tarmiei tfrIua rri In the Inferno otJicirsH iin vory old npUorlsni Kroiirti cubincti hnd cartel have Isi gtrriivpryl little Jove for time horse Many condr thin vrblolnHr q JJidiii d its a Rlrie tool si motor with four fert rallKr iMn as n praclous sarvjat Avniby of recur and egnrtdpration Nut ft day pnaw iuUie cajiitnl without one TltnfssiK ireolOng brutality often coupled Atflth t9l stunldltv Paris Eclair To Cure a Cold in One Da I T ke Laxative Bromo Quinine IseveN MBJon koses soM in past 12 months Th signature FOR THE HOUSEWIFE Different Crles ql time Bnhr Normal Joud and strong and uclture of n croam raby gets red Iu lie face with It PrtlnUwwlly strong and nJiarp but not generally coutliiiwus It is acf companied by eontorfious of time fea ture drawing np of the legs amid other symptoms of distress Temper Loiul and strong aud usa ally violent accouipnitlod by kiekiuj and stiffening of the body lllncj UBitally moi a of fretfulness and moaulnrr than real Crying aithouplj iwl qfln Is tceitadI byive17 xllglityl cau jcx 4 IIIIitmirtsualIy a continuous frot ful crj rarely stroas and lusty Imiiilgcnce or Habit Stops short when the Laby gets what lie wants only to be ln again when the object lis withdrawn Frqckles fiittl Sunburn Theta Is nothlnsr thatcqH Jsvfresh buttermilk for rumoring freckles or sunburn It hits time great advantage tlint It doe hot Injure tlje skin hut renders it soft Tnke soft cloth or thmrougiuiyInight thftn wipe off the drops lightly In ii minji irtksli it well oft mad vipo dry with rongh towel A few auth baths takeoff all tan or freckle Time following is a very good jjccipe jOne ounce ot lernon juice a mmrter of a dram of powdered borax and bait a dram of swar mix mind let them stand n few desk In a glass hot tie till the liquor Is fit for use YuIIIa tt1 Per FlavorIng Cut one ounce of Mexican vanilla beau into very smaji ptctoa using Shears or a slurp knife add one ounce of graIn alcohol macerate for thirty minutej and add two qunces of sugar of milk Ilreak urv seven ounce of ipck candy crysthlii with a hafrimerj nret Afraijjiir li cloth around It and adit t the otliwv Ingredients tascthcr ttitii twa iKit tlsi of pa rdorol sugar AVlte tliaroU hly mlxwl UPCP Iu a well Btoiipered battle Thin Is said to be uucqiiftlHk f purity and flaspr better titan tee usual grille of vanilla extract 05 vaalHA rusrav j IlsnCj 7atcrilcaicr Aii InvMitar rtolvej an attach meat which can lie UTp Liu canjiinctioii with Pilhpr gas ol Iftmps anI anI by wlikh varkHis Tqukls such fli water or milk can quckiy tadnL vxfaitly ljafted ulbact dasjger ot VATEII iiLtrINa navies breaking tmi lugf chimney jor causlns rai Jkfo Tlio iHKHMitaoIc for holding the lh1it pointed and In the shap of an inveridl epna auJ hu a handle cud IkL H la tnndo Pf miitable diinonsions to onnbte uitod cud to b lilted within a lamp cMuinpy of ordlmfry size aad IiAit a nninlPr of flanges attached to Vie outside TheM usetl for the pjirjiw of Kpnciuir train time elfinmey siilMiIciitljr to intit the jrisos of eou bust toi to p555 between wall and the top JKlg of tfte hmney Thtve or i oro k g tunt wsctirAl tu time vecey taole tli tipper 6ftd Uelng nrchofl nfiul ps mel lwlow the apex The Ifrgs wipport til lieiifofr Tiaii U te removed froni tlw lap Wtiit Intmmiir San Put nut iai el fwlaxli hi a quirt of cold watet v Th m tr h hbul bo ilu color of fiiiciVa a4as Tliat which nsl inn km disek soup oaflt for wash in rlothrx Stir until thoronzhly ilk oUed adl liaJ cup of ammojila three lHblwpeoiHljof Iwrax ttul letIIt get cokl X st laic five pcnindij ofprnxe Iliira Ilia Krauze just Juke warm sMf pJtMli Into fcttfp lonly jCoiitlUiU KtTtot until thick W- i sit ixitli po r ftrto a roaatlag pan inj cut iticaliM when toi- Pireirimotig I i1 t Iun1immwi Miisliu itti aal sriaie may bo n IncDiMhuptiblc by t InJ half tim nolht of thliviiln rftft ttt Kiirdi Aaotiier 11 iu tj dtisalu half an om of 1iisilit tcrlil to 16 rhmieiiie3l may be mat JummVj j by Kotkinjr it in a f uitou of e Bfti pajla of ktiujlna- eitl aluni How ic frei r- ti iixrDe tell with scab in r warm tVttV iyfi iiirtaimmr nften i Ila ii lb at Iii doe ha mudr pri ho i w tv oit Ih3L iht Iftnds thei T han It ti IftJ td1iI hhefarii 1u9t t mubwr ty I eis wthi t Luttvy liat to3 th ifeW rftlo It iPi Firtzdii1 Sour Stomach ff- No appetite loss ol strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debulily sour risings and catarrim of the stomach are all due to Indigestion Kodoi cures Indigestion This new discov cry represents the natural juices of diges Ion as they exist In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest known tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dye pepsia Cure does not only cOre Indigestion and dyspepsia but this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening thi mucous membranes lining tic stomach Mn S S Ball of Rarenswood W Vaf says wis troubled with sour stomach for twenty jetrs Kodol cured ma and wa are now uslne in milk or baby Kodol Digests What You Lat Bottles only 3100 Size holding 355 thrice the trW size which sells for 50 cents Prperd by EQOWfl7 S aI CHIOAOO I inggI7ii96T w oCr b1ov incu8enrnrcrs iewcithStbcribcrspay MK ijiutjw will US O iven tIi NEWSVIICADER and any of the japers blow for one year Courier Journal dailyel a 4p Times daly LcuisviJIe Horaid daily oo CourerJournal weeklviUV 15OJ Louisville Herald weekly 1 25rfv j Home and Farm r l vj Farmers Home Journal Vf 5 Cinch nati CnjmnemjaI 1rjbtne 1 40 Cincinnati EnflukerV 165 h rUountiy Gemleman o hh Breeders Gazette Interstate Poultryman 2 i OJ qn IOhio Farmer f iKftTbeComraonor 5 8t LousGIoleDejnocgtotI JTheJ mWommliis Home OpmpanioaifCyTiiir85 i j W3vBarkerJ 25 Harpers wcelc y i i 05 lJarpersBazar25 v American Agriculturist i 35 Special rittes gven oi mauly other pubIicatjon nOt mentionedbov whicli wfIi betnade knevn on ap Plicatiou ELDAVISONsJrNEWS LEADER Sprngfieid Ky 1 TOHN SHUCK MCELROY I McErpy Wllarto- otaranceS Real Estate jDtFire Cifg and Tornado InsiirateWrT t Land Sold oo omniisstCD Office Over Peoples Bank hbiI t 42 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEORAPH CO Long distancemcoasoavunIlines and telephones Oft this Company enable yOu to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern t Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi arid Louisfanat We can put yfcu in quickVand satisfactory communication with th people of this great section of the country We solicityour patronage Rates reason able and facilities unsurn passed OAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WED IreIdent a Gezil Manager cy 4sst Gen 3igr Treaanr a lIrNlLouisvi1IoisH oming THESE DOVOOKNOW FACTS ABOUT 3SOOOO LOUIS F Row un ri tiicr f mtf oUl dyir Mnfle in rea ihff nJcl in nfijir Mi ht f nnd assrs ihtin the Old stvlf ismehor in every vy Kc thorn and will If they faii to ct If jou lace any wrte us hisi paper tH yin how ic get a pair of Glasses thajt will reieve jo r uble if ilij r ot K yr 0 tfc to Nv1td Uh v Owl g K w Maxijdo ArMma orado and ROUlfD TLTIP to many West Drop post III P A4 Irs Sdi Pz a Ores Crlf radius of only 6 miles It leadj the WOpLD in the manufacturing of Jeans farm wagons sewer pipe wooden boxes and n producin and handling whisky solo leather earnest tobacco ax handles and crganfactoryin the South and 6na of the largest plow fac lories in the world and has 8 electric inter urban lines Louisville is a ym BEAUTf FUL HOMES its city proper y valuation Is S200000OOO It has the n ndest park system in the United States and many meg nificent public buildings and churches and is do THOROUGH work and jfouH never be In want of a good In a boonIing os terprisinz city like Louisville HOW is Umetolnyestigete tataiOgt4eIred SRYANUSTRATTOHBUS HESSCOLLE6B LOUISVILLE KY pAtPSolVU Scmcthh rTfrriTt rgular glassrs fareigbli combined Gstnomorj GusrsKtee promptl refun- Jinny giveppif satisfaction ryetroubla rtnebtionirg andvall Toricoid incurable HoweC OpticVs Louisville pLLOW THE FLAG Glieap jloniitsk Orton Wmshingliun Moutani 13rJtltColuribt Oalifurhii Bafnts Home Seekers Excursion points ciujMor particulars inTwoDtyi ockctvery Equipments plumbersjsupplies IILjI1I LjI1IOEjt CrIES t RHEUMATISM LIJIBAGO CIATI- CANEURALGIAid J KIDNEYTROUBLE of the potsonoas matter and acids whkk are the direci causes t tbe e dieeApplied externally it aSords sloiMeat relict trom pain while a permaeI- cere a being effecteby purifying Ls blood dissolving tblpoisonoime aeb- Itanc and removing It from the ajatea- DR D BLAND Ok Brewto Ga WrtSU- Sd beenuCrf4ranbIroCyeSw- t4 Lumbago d my eras ndjen4 iri4 the paedies 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