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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s r LlSllEDETAB 1NJ I s lEW 8ER1ESVOL Xlllr NO 25 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY AUGUST 301906 t 100 PER YEAR V L 1irIfel F TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice pfntal work atroasonableprices 11 work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY OUR DJRECTORY SPRINGFIELD county seat of Washington County 52 miles south east 6C exinpton 59 miles from Lomdsvilte on Bardstown branch ol Louisville and Nashville railroad in- v i farming and agricultural district Two Banks telegraph and telephone Uses express office flour mills lumberyards Pop ation 1100 population of ottnty 15000- Representative iti Congress Hon D m Smith Hodfcenvme Ky I Representative in Kentucky Legis s ature Hon W D Claybrooke Representative State Senate Hon Harrr Lancaster Lebanon KY G jinty Directory fCIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May and October J H Thqrman Judge RI iv Durham Commonwealth At ocmey Rob A Noe Clerk M G Leachmao Master Commiss emer QUARTERLY COURT QuarterlyvCourt is held on the third Monday in each month II B IfLitsey Judge COUNTY COURT County Court meets on the fourth Monday in ech mouth 0B I latsey Judgq W F Booker County Clerk T SMayes County Attorney George Catlett Jailer Sidney Oebourne Sheriff Sam Anderson H B Powell vHerbertIEddlemanIj JJd Masters James F Moore County Surveyor T P OBryan AssessorIW T Mitchell Deputy t f Robert Noe Treasurer- sJ M Montgomery Coronet J Wv Bush Snpt ot Common j chooli PO Springfield lCITY COURT James R NoePolice Judge John Grace Marshal WF Grlgsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jnatlce Courts are held in January April July and October J Church Directory l METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser Vices on the Firstand Third Sundays In each month at 11 a m and 730 pm Sunday School very Sunday atlO am Prayer mteHng every Wednesday aight t CATHOLICCHURCH evP F Hennessar Pastor per vices ivery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rose same hours i i CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev VT Waldcn Fastor Seivl every Sunday i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bev rD Latimer Pasfor Preaching every Sunday at li am 1adat 7 pm Sunday school every anflay at 10 am Prayer meetin very Thur d y evening at 7 ocJock i BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Wfllia m Fast Preaching every Sunday at II am and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting vrr Tn o hnvpninv 74n Oclock C Fraternal Orders 10dGeXoleach month Washington R A Chapter No 57 eets every second Tuesday Springfield Council 052 meets on renr iourthiMonday KNIGHTS of THE M ACASHBS Meet 741mo FOLEYS KIDNEY CURE WILL CURE YOU of any case of Kidney or Bladder disease that is not beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Do not risk having Bright Dis- saeor Diabetes There is nothing gained by delay 50c and 100 Bottles RKFtMK MIMTITWTES FOr sleby BedCross I rug Itore r wp r JiT THE NEiTo LEADER 2HKra3WHfcraSetfKHKfrWSj6fl iM I A ROUND Of TALK 4 I Iftftnftn flIf1ft4Iltt5I Mirandy and the MuckRake Ive read the magazines until S i randysays Tin daft Oer legislative treason over brl ery and graft I much distrust the Senate while the lower house iitseems vlmes made up of robbers eacp a workin different schemes I sit an brood atjout the way the publics be inhdoQe The growth of trusts in fact the way that evryjthing is run While unperturbed Mirandy sits an says Were safe from harm Whoever rups the buernment so so tongs you run the farm if I address remarks to her per chance on civic needs The greatest need I know shell say is mowing down the weeds And should I peak of watered stpcks thesystem sway decry Shes certain to Remind me that the big stock trough is dry And yet though deaf to tales of how corrupt the nations grown She scorns the trite ccomplaceht creedLeave well noughaloneI For sne insists ts insects weeds Id best view withalarm Alarmful views should be she says restricted tq ones farm Ive David Graham Phillips read oer Frenzied Finance poredI Along with IdaTarbell wailed with Jtforman Hapgood roared Ive read their magazine accounts their books are On my shelf Besides indorsing all theirJnlarfsTve drafted some myself But pshaw Mpraridy ront enthusej shes sure to laugh an sayJBefore you pr te of cleanliness throw that ol pipe away Quit swearin when the calves getj out Quit always eelin bluel If youll reform yourself a mite 1 reckon thatll do American Agri culturist ji iISTAKEsFrom anac counts a llarge number of mistakes were made in voting at the local option election last Saturdays The ballot while a mall affair and its meaning tolerably clear to any one who will study it for a moment was likely to cause one to become confused who did hot give iit a little thought The mistakes were made fpr the mcst part by those who were certaiu they un derstood the question and would not seek any instructions on the subject One strong advocate of local option is said to have boasted that he tamped his ballot no and was glad of the privilege and would always against was considerably the sale of whiskey beI when he was told that the vote no meant a vote in favor of the sale of liqnor Another man who is employed away from home made a special point to be here onelection day tn order to vote wet stamped yes which was counted of course on the local optioasid0 Numerous other mistakes weire discovered after the count In precinct Number 9 at Springfield there was a ballot carefully stamped in both squares That ballot said one of the election officers belongs toi Reiis carrying the thing thrOugh Be talked on both sides and no dOilijt promise both sides his vote and hes simply voting both ways lw fONStlTUTIONAL AMENDI lME Tltidoes not toI be generally known but there is to be a constitutional amendment quesiior4c if considerable importance submitted to the voters at the next November election Theproposed amend ment relates tojsuffrage elections and isas follows That upon the concurrence of tnree fifths of all the members elected to each House the yeas and nays being taken thereon and entered in fall in their respective journals section one hundred and forty nItuckvadding a fourth paragraph toI said section containing the fol lowing words to wit Persons who have not at least sixty days before the election at Which theyI offer to vote paid in full ail State county municipal district and school taxes due by them for the year previous to the one in which they offer to voteSThis proposition and the one contain ing an educational qualification for voters have caused a vigor wU5 opposition wherever they avo been made They are re IC Jf gqrded by many as a direct blow at the poor class of people The caim iis made that it is unfair toI deprive a man of his fight pfj suff age because iti is his misfor tune to be poor Wed9nt be lievcthat the time his yet come when any such radical measure will carry 11t 1TEARLY A YEAR JYET =The question is being asked since the election has carried in favor of local option as to when the law will become effect ive The law wouldbe in effect at once as far as the granting of any more saloon license iis con cerjied but to those saloon keepers who have paid for Ircenses to runa year permission will have to be granted for them to cqninue in business for a year yet Some of the saloons have piid up for various periods of less than a year and they will of curse drop out of busi nes as theirlicenses expire So it will be a year yet before local Il option can be put into practical effect in this county i ThsrcIs nothing so pleasant as that bright cheerful atpeacewiththe World feeling when YOU sit dovn to jf your breakfast There is nothing so conducive to good work and good rc limits The healthy man with aheaItiytmind and body is a better ter workman a b ttex citizen than the man or woman who is haidicapp t ed by some disability however slight A slight disorder of the stomach will derange your body yourthoughts nd your disposition Get away from the morbidness and the blues Keep your stomach in tune aud both your brain J and body will respond Little indiscretion of overeaslng can be easily corrected and you will be surprised to see howinuch better man you are Try a littleKodol For Dyspepsia sfter ycur meals Sold by all drtgists Dog Works in Tobacco James T Wattsa Bovlecounty farmer has a dog that is apast master worker in fobacco When ttis master and the othe work men enter the field to worm the I tobacco the dog is first to take his place He goes down his row and beats all of the restf across the field and there iis not a singl worm to be found on the plants that he has gone over asi he hunts around among the difsferent leaves ficds every one and kills it The dog has been a faithful worker for the last four j seasons in tttbecrop Last year he entered tne field a llittle toolj early while theparis green was still on the tobacco and he became poisoned but he wasj treated and restoredcarefully toii healthGeorgetOWn Times QIYCStOllS Sea Walt makes life now as safe in thatii city as on the higher uplands EW Goo31oe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs i no sea wal for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption the pat five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic l Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and pfccvents Pneumonia Pleasant to take Eyery bottle guaranteed at C JrHaydons drug s ore Price 50c and 1f11ridl bottle free t f Two Decisions t t Two decisions just rendered by the county judges of Scottii and Montgomery rectivelya have proved hard blows t9 the temperance for es of tHe state that are working so assiduously for the establishing of llocal option in the communities affect ed In the County Court of A A Hazel i-mootgomeryJudgC rigg passed upon two petitions asking for alocal option election one by whiskey men asking a iif ward vote and one by tempernce people asking for a vole with j the entire city as a unit Judge t Hazlerigg rendered an unusual decision calling two elections a for Wednesday September 19 under bth petitions rie heldS the Cammack or County Unlit Law unconstitutional amI said that no election could be held in the city eicepi by precincts The decision was not unexpect ed to the temperance peojile far as granting of both elections was concerned but was a sur prise as to the holding that the Cammack law was tinconstitu tonal The temperance advocates however arro not discour aged ane will fight to the biter end The decision of Judge JEIazlerigg thVfirst rendered in the State oh the question and will be taken to ftie Court of Ap peals Harrodsburg Herald Awfull Suicide Brooding over lher recent trouble caused by the alleged assault made upon her by A1e Like atd becomirg partially dementeJ Mrs Steve Chambers yesterday evening committed suicide ather homo near Kirk wood by taking a large qu ntiy of Paris green following an at tempt first made upon Uier life by shooting herself Mrs Chambers was alone at her home yesterday morning between 6 and 7 oclock her two children having gone to tha fair at Lawrencoburg and her husband being out and placing- a pistol against her throat tired but the ball missed Mr Cham ers hoard the report of the pistol and ruhed into the house acd prevented his wife from firing the second shot In a few moments she left the room and went out to chickenhouse and a handful of the Paris green int lier mouth In ashort time she became violently ill Mr Chambers removed Her to the home of Mr W H Goodlett whore she died between and 7 oclock in the evening never having regained consciousness and before the arrival l ofa phy sicianc Coroner Gibbs went down this mOrningto hold an inquest over the remains Harrodsburg Democrat PUBLIC SALE OF Valuable Farming and Timbered Landi As attorneHn fact for the heirs at law of Isaiah Prather decehs ed 1 will on- Saturday September 1906 beginning at 1080 a m offer lorI etpubPcatction to the high est bidder at the late residence of said Isaiah Prather threeand one half miles Northeast of Willis burg Ky about 800 acres of land This land is excellent grass tobacco and corn iarid1s well fenced and is in good condition it lias ag tine timber as can be foundi inthp State consisting or ash oak poplar and beecb The tract lies near Chaplin river in tle northern part of Washington county Ky and possesses an abundant supply of never fail ing water Itis situated 15 miles from Springfield and 10 miles from Lfloomfied with good turn pikes to both points where rail road shipping facillies existI This land has been surveyed and plotted and will be offered in separate tracts of from 40 to 150 acres and then will be offered as- a whole nod wilibe ld accord ing to the plan producing tthe most money TElMSOF SALE The terms of tot sn10 will be one th rd cash the remainder In three annual instalments to beIcome due and payable in one two and three Cars from the first day of January 1907 T J PllATIIEU Attorney in fact of all the heirs tlaw of Isaiah Prathor Capt T D English Auctioneer I Artei Good Van Gone miHe iicglcctcd to takc Fowlera kid ey cure at the firtt signs of kidney trouble toping t would wear away and he was soon a victim of rights disease There is tbilmgcr inxlclay but Fgwlcrs Kidney Cure iis taken at once the symptoms will disappear the kidneys are strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of Morgantowh Ind had to got up ten or twelve times in the nlglat and had severe backache and pains in the kidneys and WAS cured by Fowlers Idney Cure Sold at Red Cross Drue tore ELECTRIC T EnrsTFORi 3ILIOr8NS BITTERS ADi t A SWEEPING VICTORY For Local Option Forces Throughout the County ABig Majority That the majority of the pea pie of Washington county arp against the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous or malts liquors in the county was clearly demonstrated atthe eection held last Saturday All but four voting precincts out of the twelve went dry by decided majorities Tile threeSpringf- ield precincts voted wet by a combined majority of 187 and Frederickstown voted for the sale of liquor by a majoritv of 95 Reports from everywhere in dicate that it was one of the mostquiet and orderly elections ever held in the county There seemed to be an absence of any attempt at bribing or apy other violations of law There was a fairly large vote polled although nots large as might have been expected consIder ing the great interest that had been stirred up over the question by temperance speakers during the past few weeks Below we pive the official vojte for the county by precincts THE VOTE Yes No ElendronMi1l4 26 Mackville 250 16I Potlsville i 211 411 Willisburgo 193 44 Modrcsville 1f 84 Prederickstpwn 17 192 Springfield No 8 158 154 Springfield WaD 46 17- 7Spriugld XoW 100 155 NorH 149 3- 4rrliGrose 152 49 Kelly Shop r IQQ 63 Total 1821035 Majority fur local option 789 T1itind of tlicWo1i of troubles that robbed E H Volfe of Bear Grove Ta of all usefulness came whence began taking Electric Bitters HeI writes Two years ago Kidney trouble caused me great suffer mg which I would never lmveji survived had I not taken Elec tric Bitters They aho cured me of Genera Debility Sure cure- sfor all Stomach Liver and Kid ney complaints Blood diseases 1 Headache Dizziness and Weakness or bodiltfdecline Price SOC Haydondrugstore i City Ordinances v At a regular meeting of the City Council of the City ofC Spring field Ky held at thej regular meeting place in the city offspring field Ky on July1SI 1906 The fojlowing ordinance was passed The City Council of the City of Springfield Ky do Ordain asj follows Section That the property owners of IbQCityof Springfield Ky facing Walnut Street on the East side thereof beginning Soi4thwest corner of the Chris tain church property and running therewith said East side oft Walnut Street to High Street lte and they are hereby ordered to put on said Walnut Street in front of their respective proper ties aside walk and curbing said sidewalk to be five ftct wide and i to be paved either with good Buy Hah atAuction i lgettingl principles going going gone IU Stop the auctionIe with Ayers Hair Vigor It certainly checks falling hair I 9noas a regular medicine makes the scalp healthy Then youSmust have healthy hair its natures w yJThe best kind of a testimonial It Sold for over sixty yearns 0 JUA7 rcoLoW urtumnuActurera or A14dOb7 3 lS PILLS PEaORAL xJ la i i concrete paying or good bar i brick and said curbing to be placed along the outer edge of gaid paving to be not less thap 2 feet wide six inches illicit and flvefeet in leng h u Section 2 That the property owners of the Oily of Spriug field Ky facing Walnut Street on the West side thereof begin ning at Main Streetend runningtj North with the West side thereoff to High Street be and they are hereby ordered to put on saidt Walnut Str eetMn front oe then respective properties a sde wall and curbing said side walk tc if bbj e feet wide and to be paved either with good concrete paving or good hard brick said curbing to be placed along tne outer edge of sid paving to be nofc less than twoaad o ehalf feet wide six inches thick and fiv6 feet inJerigth i Section 8 Tiab the property pringlieldoij the West side thereof begin niug at tiigh Street and runuin North with the Westside theieof to a point opposii e ihe point hera the North side of Virginh Avenue intersects said Walnut Street be and they are hereb ordered to put on said Walnut Street in front of their respectivej properties a side walk and curb ing stid side walk to be five fee wide and to bpavtd either sithi- good concrete paving or g6d nard brick said curbing to bo placed along the outer edge o said paving and to Be not less than 24 fect iti width six incnes thick andl live feet in length Section 4 Thas thej property owners of said city Jacing Val nut Street on the East shil hefteof beginning at the new street known as Virginia Ave nue and running the with said Eat Side of Walnut stree to the Northwest corner of the property LfA 0 McElroyat Grtkndyj aye be and they are herebj ordered to put on said Walnut Street ra font of their Tf spec live propertisaide walk arid curbu gsaid sidewalk to be feet wide and to bepaved either with good cohcrvte paving or good hard brick and said curbing tQ b3 placid along the outer edge of sid paving and to be not less than2f feet wide and 6 inches thick und 5feetin length Section 5 Said sidewalk and curbing to be put in and paid for by property owners facing on aid stree each property owner to put in and pay for that porl tion in front of his or her Res pective property Section 6 Said sidewalks n4I curbing must be put inand finished on or before the 1st day ofji September 190G j Section If any portion ofj ad walk and curbing herein ordered to be put in remains un- finIshed on the 1st day of Sp temjer 1006 then sime wilt be made and put in by tltej city and a lien will be retained upon and enforced against thq pr porty facing oh said street fbr the cost thereof as provided bylaw tISGCtiont8v Sam curbing shall be put in and sidewalks I made unthir the iitm diate supervision of the Street Improv ment Com mtttee Section No 9 3he property owners required to put mpavei meats and curbing on the East- side of Walnut Street by Section No 1 hro the Christian church tf Springfield Ky 103 feet Mrs Kate Williams 48 feet lnd 8 inches M L Searcy 48 feet and ti inches The property owners on the West bide pf Walnut Street required to put iri pavements and curbing by section No 2 are G 11 Cunninghan and I IL Thurman partners 108 f etjJ T Harman 26 18 feet ci W Noe 55feet Mrs Mattie Green 80 feet Mrs Bell Hagan145 feet The property owners on the West side of Walnut street required to put in pavements and curbing by section No 3 arlthe Thompson heirs ICO feet 3hH Lampton 51 JA Boulware f 0 feet W E Solecman 190i feet The propprbybwneM required to ut in pavement and curbing byt ection NO4 on the East side f Walnut Street are Mrs Mar I garetNoe and heirs 175 feet Q Wharton 621 feet Mrs Lydia Wharton 62i feet A CMcElroy 00 feetjJOHN W LEWIS Mayor By 0 M MsCHORD Clerk An ordinance arcendiug the ordinances concerning license tax The City Council of the City o Springfield Ky does ordain as follows concerriiglicense fows That any pebn oj firm who may be engaged in the busi ness of selling three or more of the artIces named iri Sections 223 228 280 231 234 235Am3y ipay the sum of 530 in full for license tax for engaging in such business John W Lewis Mayor Attest C M McChord Clerk CnrM Bar Fever aiiynfflfflrr Golli A L usbaum Batesville Indiana writes Last year I suffered for three months with a summer cold so dtstreccihgr that interfered with my business I had many 6f the simptoms of hay fever and a doctors prescrip tian did not reach ray caae and I took several medicines which seemed tc only aggravate my caseJ Fortunately I insisted upon having Fowlers Honey and Tar and it quickly cured me My wife has since used Fowlers Hon ey and Tar with the same success Sold at Red Cross Drug Store Latest Sensation I A new sensation has sprung up in the last few aarsat tin Kentucky BrceJers Association track in two sear od bay colt by Oa ward Silver 2 05n in the stable of Sun Wise says aspe iial dispatch toM the Ciniinnati Snquirtr Sunday from Lexinfj foo As good a judge as Henry lonne t e abe trainor of the 0 ch ird Par Farm stible sIns ne would rather have this colt fo a future racing prospect asa four or five year old than any two year old he has seen this season A few days ago Wise sent tfieryoungster a mile atld repeat in 230 i92 letting him down iin the final half of both heats in 111 Several two year olds have ltar excelled this the nonebaYfdupmile and repeat in 230 or bet ter withasmuch ease and grace as did this son of ihe Transyl vania winner of 190L lIe skin ned the rail like an old earn piigrrer never made a slip ora bubbleand dd bpth his miles without drawing a long breah Right now he can go a mile in 220 and if biisi improvement in tlip next six weeKs is asstartling as it ha been in tie last two months he will reach Kentucky Futurity Day one 01 the reatest stallion colfa ever stripped for hat important event He is owned by Frank LDant a prominent crof Lebanon Kyandis out of Bessie Dby Korvardme 218 Enterprise e Giye Oilo Pie JlJSpieglie 1204 N Virginia St Ev ansville Ind iyrites For over ffye yearns I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh acd tadtoof the best pnysicians Who did me no good and I was practically given up to dtp Fowlcre Kinney Cuireyrs recommended and the firrt bottd rave me great relief and after faking the second bottle I was entirely cured Soldat Red Cross Drag Store Kentucky Fair Dates Nicholavilie Aug 28 4 days daysidays FJorencp August 294 dav Ewing August 30 8 days Elisabethtown Sept 43dsysb Paris Sept 15 days Bardsiown Sept 54 days Glasgow Sept 124 daps Lexington Sept 1i6 days SOb ree September l85 days Henderson Sept 25SjdayssFalmouth Sept 264 days t PembrOke Sept1273 days d Owensboro October 2S days Mayfield Octobers 4 days Elkton October 34 days She Tried FIVfi iEotor irs Frances Sales of Missouri NAlley Ia Mrites I have beenafsflicten with kidney ronblo five years ad severe pains in my back and a frequent deaire to urieate When riding I experienced much pall over the region of the kidneys I tried 11cpbYSlcla 8Ul hout benefit aid then concludty Fojeys Kidney Cure Afticg tb eibottles was comlteiycuredi Sold by I Red Cross Drugitore God home cookiag andii prompt servica at the new11 Sf r ngtield Hotel Ever t in1j new 7 4 1tcISII- I io YEAR I J The HorN SIaowJI The Kentucky Itstst 6w SoIiciety will hold aunul exhibition in the I asta xthandW tLou isville the fir October the first to lnutrstrfta fThe ma ag Horse Snow has the Armory fbr tour teerell through an arrange neat witk the Fiscal court oi Jetefton J county whereby the K rifnckj Hor e Show Society iik to ptv to tColonel B HaldeMan co f manding tne First Eegiweat the sun of 5000 to bl used iim twast f jheing4 TUethese public spirited cititttc 1will be used in fautJflfJl the t tpacei lHorsei j1ally the same as that of the o d Ljuisville HorseShow Astoria tion and the exhibition to be jocducted under its rninagewet vill be of the same high staod ird with some audeij features Col Hogan c was formeily Pies dent Mr Saunders P Tcnes was Vice Preiidtot and Mr Bethel B y ech Secretary j tnd Treasurer The Eoard of Directors and executive Committee are mad ip of the gentlemen who have ever since its coDceptk in Loe fHorsef men in the city The Armory is deing eapeci ally prepared for the holding of f the Horse Show Seats and Wes will be placed ia position in additional floor wiUbe kd on which to build the ring gtallg nd carriage sheds will be provided for any number of horses and vehicles that may have to bataken care of The ring will be constructM l along the same lines as that oaa formerly used iis the old Hors Show building but will be OM hundred feet wide and 200 f M4r long and will be banket atth ends so as to permit greater speed in making the tiarm 7t The mani ement itroxik the keynote when it fixed tim pric t otadmissicn from 50 cento Mr 100 the first ro r of seEM wijK be 100 the second row 75ceat and the reniaining four row wlich being just two row ifrosier the front ire reeryed at ttMi bw price of 5 cents The railroads have naiiiai t special rate for several day prior dnd succee3ing tha HOC tIShow and every nkiAjshould take idvantag pf this j opportunity tp itnHtbigreat exhibition which iis a great credit to the t Ctommoa t wealth J LA world of truth In a few weog Nearly all other cough c ir arev 4 tip j1tsnl1 especially thoss conaia4sl fLopiates Kennedrs Laxtiye Messy and Tar moves tile bowel CeataiteI no opiates Yos can at all arugginto C1tu I i I T1TEDJchoolv ainao1r atlraQtlire prppoeltk a wishes energetict man or wbmin to TWt ttowns in Kentucky tiooilMfcry 1l 1 and expenses paidwely r1ItSome knowledge of uvafo pf 1 ferred but not eseenti ii JHMoore k a J PiymoathjPl ce t r Why take a dozen Cb thl vfl M i1L c r rllllthat cough kealHCliII La at1 and Tar allay tin et ct i tops that tickltajgdrre tlwMM through your bevrel lgM Itt rUggist81 HQJttfr f TJie undersiiued tmjyms disolved partau ip knowing thefflsilyei W us are requ = Wd to juw is piept The Ibooi 04 t1 firm can be fovod at bt4ee ulaybrookeii oUcJ Rspt rrInsuran Li j Insure in lbs Par re UsnsuraraceConpsuy JdDIl City Ky the only tIth SUte that makn iny cifpiingltsIoesesIa ui r AP uI eIIssKidMXsmswuII 1ii 2w j THE NEWSLEADE 7 7V1L1SUiDi EVERY THURSDAY A YEAR IN ADVANCE i L SJ31NGF1ELPIKY E LJVIspNJr Local or bvdnes notices 10 cents per lubsequentinsertion ch Calls on candidates and rolllleal matte jJobwork Is done at lItfw rates but cash i i Idcr arHycii of gc fs AnTertlsing contracts made on liberal roif Obituaries and resolutions of respect- eats per line Co Hty Magistrates I 350- OfctrfctfHces lC00 fA THURSDAY AUG 30 1906 I For Congress We are authorized to announce M L HEAVRIN- of Ohio county as a candidate for Congress from the Fourth Congress Republicaiir We are authorized to announce Robert Nde as a candidate for the office of Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court Subject to the action of the Demo ratic party rThe public will have to wait 4 awhile before being treated to a political discussion oetween the two candidates for U S Senator At a conference in Lexington Senator McCreary and Gov Beckham agreed on the inadvis ability of perfecting pJans at the present time for their joint debates as candidates for the Jnited States Senate The two 4 candidates chatted pleasantly for two hours and decided to wait until after the Bryan reception in Louisville before meeting again to arratfgefor the debates The question of the effect of the debates on the chances of the various congressional candidates will be submitted to them for discussion The saloon keepers are still lighting the Scnday closing lid in Louisville They have an njunc hattheywi1lt open on next Sunday for te purpose of ta selling nonintoxicating drinks and cigars The saloon men claim that so long as drugstores are allowed to keep open and to 4 sell cigars and soft drinks they should be altowedthe same privi lege The movement may reo suIt in the closing of the drug stores as well es the saloons The llocal opticn forces are hard at work in Nelson county anti are confident of carrying the Jl election cjn next Saturday Tle wave of reform is also said to Sbeextendingto our fourth class neighbor Lbanon and the pre diction is freely made that the L siloons will be vc t d out of tbat town in less than six months C tGen ral Napoleon B Hays continues 6 make the fur fly in his campaign In a speech at Hopkinsville hereferred to the fadministratlb 1as Qapt Kidd i and his band of pirates at Frank t I forts and charged the Board of Control with misconduct in the management of the Western Kentucky Ins ne Asylum New York is today doing the honors to William Jennings Bryampn his return from his trip The Bryan boomurn t for President may be considered fairly Jaunched ft v LetterLis List or etters remanng qn till iLfr in the Springfield Ky 4F Ifr 0 4veDlc ei ding August 30 J9JB O MissOpnelia Borders 2 Mrii Nanie Brown If 1johnDrankhin f Miss Goldii McKibbqn William Ramson larry A Simms persons co uing ror theseletters jp ill pleasel say advertised and give date oflist t Wf1 Waters P M rI1nJ1tate it is not necessary to I er e 4fpv days notice for eviction bf a cold Use the original laxative t coughfsyrupi rtienhcdys LaJcatitc Hon Vv jey and Tar No opiates Soldby all Jruggists f1 7 r ilI uro ntitjj- Jrf MAUL As have been ajbsent for some hellrendersfqw items this weeliIMisSnider is the pleasant uest of the Missep Wakefleld Mrs Louie Jeile aid little daughter Nellie Ruby are visit ing relatives in tljis section Mr ES Goatley wife and son were guests at Oak Hill last Wednesday Misses Mitchell and Crawford who have ben tjhe guests of the Misses Settle have returned to Louisville Mr Chits Shehan arid niece were in Spiingfi l one day lat week Mr Jess Pile and family of Woodlawn spent Sunday with his parents Miss Laura Shehan i ithepleasant guest of Miss Ethel Bush of Chaplin Mrs Miller and grandamrhter are visiting at the home of Mr John Gutsinger Mr and Mrs Lee God by tie guesis of the latters parents Miss Susie Edgerton spent from Thursday until Saturday with Miss L Virgin Miss Ona Grume visited relatij pes at Bellmont last veek Messrs A T Virgin inTIiur man tJheser attended thLaw renceburg fair last week and from there they went to Frankfort to spend a few days Miss Davis is the attractive guest of Miss Lydia Huston Mr M L Trputroari was called tcfBelltiont by the illnoss of his mother We are very sprry ttohoar that Miss Hallie Huston has ty phoid fever Mr Thomas Virgin wife and daughter Miss Lydia Mesdames Bettie Troutnian Kate Shew maker Ora CruJne and two sons and Mr Han Shehan spent Sun day with Mr Edward Goatley and wife Some of the Valley Hill young farmers are working our pike from that towii to Midway and U I will say that they are making a great improvement but when one of the young men sees a young Jlady coming he tries to hide btI dont thinlyjie always succeeds Hov about itClOne f Best wishes to the newsy News Leader Lonesome Girl In 8mf Delonsc Major Hamm editor arid mana ger of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when be was fiercely attacked four years ago by Piles boijght a box of Buck laris Arnica Salve of which he says he says Jt cured me in ten days and no trbublesince Quickest healer of Burns Sores Oat and Wounds 25c at C Hapdoas drug store r1 pUb ianj a miHugh Keeling bought a seven year old mare for tO Hj cSev8raI from this place at Lnwrenceburglast We are having lots cf rain just now Should the rain con tinue through next month the tabacco will almost ruin Mr L A Johnson y railed rel atives at VapBuren llast week QMrJ B Jenkins said his farm of 68 acreS to Mr John Harlow for 1600 The Baptist association will be held at Rockbridge church on the 4th androth the first Tuesday andWednesday in Septeln ber rtWell the mUch talked election is over and we are glad we can say that the north end of old Washington county rolled a sweeping victory forlocal option Whiskey is the greatest evil o- fthedaand now that we have itttbere1 Ytrv Solvrd 4 How to keep off periodic at tacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mystery that Dr King s New Life Pills solvctt for me wijiteslt Johns N Pleas ant pi Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction to e or money run ed crYOdYI C J Hayd9Usdrug Valley Hill thatitsSeein shakes1 aint half as bad as l thou sh t Isaw them Sat urday Vipers fJfthe worst variety 1 THe crablgrass in this section is fine Tobacco cutting going on at a faslb rate and tolmcco largefatl The fruitlin this Section i of a very inferiopquality owng to doingthe apple and peach orchards ItS wet in this section regard LandslideRainmuch damage tocfpps oPolinEHarrywile d visited relatives near M Zion ISunddYIwith Bugess Pinkston and family Mr John Virgin of near Maud accompanied by Mrs Jennie BrIny visited relatives inthis section last week I Mr and Mrs Berry Pinkstoq of Polin visited their son at this place last week who is improv ingafter a severe attack of ty phoid fever Miss Sarajh Tucker cf Lous ville visitecl her many relathBs around here last week Little Mis s Nellie Foster of Louisville isa guest of her grandparent here Several from this place at tended thelecture at New Hope Friday night It surely did good A B Pinkston and wife were Springfield Monday Several from this section are attending the meeting at New j Hope this week which will eon ttinueseveral ddyoSIEai drink and be merry ye whiskey men f r ycu cant get it much longer that is the bottlp its long enough 0 THE SICK E3d Pinkston vbo has been confined for several weeks with typhoid fever is convalescent Herbert Moran is also fast improving Mr D C Kelley is out again yet ui able to do any labor Mfss Inv gene Goatley is yet in a verj serious condition vith typhoid fever Mrs D C Kelly is fast Improving Frank Janes who has been very sick for several days of malaria is out again And Harry Pinkston has arrived at the stand still point after a years struggle between maria and the tobacco patch UNO 1ltZion Echoes We are having rain in abun dance lobacco crops are being ruined wheat and oats are rot ting in the stack and weeds are growing rank Miss Sallie Mae Williams has returned from a visit to her uncle Jus Marshalll of Bards wn Mesdames Win EJdlemau Herbert Eddleman and Ida Wil hams and daughters little Misses Arta Mae and Thelma were the guests of Mr rand Mrs Guy Dawson of 13Ioornfield last- Thursday Mrs Felix Crume of Nelson county spent Sunday at the Russell home Messrs H Hays or Bloom field Fish ot Chaplin and J JasIdavsMiss 0Hie yanlleet off Louis vilje is visiifng relatives here this week 1etprnedihomevisit to her sister Mrs S H Bishop in Springfield Rev W S Mfixwpll and fami lv wore entertained at the home SundayThesecond Septemberthis conference year Rev Mas welt has been faithful and bopahewhich will be his fourth yeurat this place Mrs Ida Scott of Eurjy TuneS visited relatives here last reek Mr John Weakley and family of Nelson county attended church here Sunday M r and Mrs Waiter Grigsby SJInilaywithGrigsby Clifton Taylor has returnod from Henderson where he has been with the Brdstown cadet membersHreportsi of work as well In trying to solve Unos question asKed a short time ago we sought information from one who we thinkknows the worth 1 hay and from their est mi tion we will venture this sclu lion What is Hay worthy answer a man h real idoal man Ls itcorrect Unoy We trust it is Our community is rejoicing ovel the result of the elecioiit- m cheers for localCt option supporiers We believe too hat officers in charge will enforce the law to the letter and our founty named for such a noble man will have a record in the future as stainless as his Mr Leslie cJeraones of Hr rodsburg and Mr James Serii ones wno is on q visit from New York are visiting the families of W II Russell and H 13 Bonta this weqk The Tattlers + MOOR SVILLE v Born Fridav August 24th to the wife of Jas Oder t Vin girls Mr Lee God by and wifej of Louisville have returned to this l CONTINUEThose IImontwlthScotts Emulsiono treatmentIn 1doducts during tho heatodtseason Send for free SCOTl1 ft Mrnief409413 Pearl Street New York sac nd tooj all drugglsut A DIAMONDRRIJNDSHOE1 ron EVERY FOOT Five 8IG FACTOnIESI We make every style of shoe thatIis worn That is one reason why we- can give you better value for the money in Diamond Brand shoes tthan is possible inffactories making only one kind of shoe L As we operate five large plants subdivided into seven specialty factories every inch of latliercnn be utilized inIsome department and we are enabled to gride our leather fo produce uniformly the highest quality without waste Ask your y dealer for Diamond Brand Shoes e4 o WE MAKE MORE FINE THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN WE WEST place to make their future home Several of our boys went over to Woodlawn last Sunday even lug tosee their best girls PrQtra tedmeeting commenc dt at New Hope Baptist church last M nday night Mr Jeff Smith and wife Mr John Curtsirigdr and wife Mrs Lena Miller visited visited Mr John Stoner and family last Sat urday We had an awfull storm last Sunday nightLightning struck a barn of Mr James Truax killing three hogs a telephone pole was struck and the batteries in several telephone boxes were burned out It vas thn heaviest rain that has fallen here for ten yoars Well the election is over and the local option forces gained a great victory It is true they conducted the campaign in more business Jike way than the whisky forces did and there were several at these polls who voted opposite yes thitt were for whisky We now hope it is all over and that no malice maybe borne one against the other- Mrs Mittie Daily and daugh teiy Miss Alice and soft Willie of Danville are visiting Mr Frank Carney and family Mrs Joe Bishop of Spring fied yisited Mrs James Wall last Saturday Mr Frank Carney and family Mrs Daily and daughter and son Mr Owen ElHsanti sister Miss Nancye Mr Gorge Moul and Nanni Roddicks visited Tames Hardesty and family lastSunday PLo Oral Foley t Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as u hroat and lung remedy and ou account of the great in o rit and popularity of Foleys Hou ey and Tar many 5 Stations are offer ed for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey arid Tar and refuse any substi tute alTered as no other preparation Vill ffivo the stine satisfaction It mildly laxative It codtnins no opi ates and fa SAfoet for children and dolicate persons Soil by Red Cross Drug Store Tallin in Springs Born to the wife of Eau Carey since our last writing a boy and to the wife of Mnttttov altV 110 lives near AshbrooR twins a girl and a boy Willie Coulter who has hen iclc for some time with typhoid lever we are sorry to say is not getting along very well Misses JEfllo KoeHogand Ethel Sat ted 7 who have hud malarial fever we are glad to report con vnlesccnt Mr Isaac Johnson and family attended the fair last Thursday Mr John Mtwigate and Mis Nan n hi Sweazqy attended the camp meeting near Lebanon Sunday Hurrah Torlocal option Con preCinctWeiIIMi votes cast for local option and only 31 for whiskey It beenINelson county will go dry next Saturday The Maccabees will give an ice cren1D supper at Sliarpsville next Saturday night September I Everybody invited to attend Mr J S Royalty and family were the gusts of Mr LeviJ Sit terly amid family Friday InstI Della and NeHfc the tvto little daughters of Mr ami Mr Joe Hurkhead spent last Thursday with their grandparents Mr and Mrs J W Satterlyj Mr Clarence Asliby and wife of Greens Chapel visited her brother Mr James Reeling and family Sunday Miss Oti Dennis and brother Cleo of Pleasant Grove were the guests of the Misses Coulter Saturday and Sunday Mr Henry Wells and Mss Myrtle Robinson of MooresvMle visited his parents Saturday night and Sunday Mr Elislw White Jr bought f Elisha White SrJa farm forlr2ioo j If the saying be true More i rain more rest surely the lazy people will be pleased this year or we have been greatly blessed ji with plenty of rain j HYACINTH DIAMOND BRAND cj1 SHOEMAKERScl SHOES LIST OF FARMS FOR SALK BY McElroy Wharton Rcjil Estate Agents No 05 170 acre farm located 5 miles from Spring iell right on pike good welling andl barns 50 acres in Blue Grass well fenced and wateredi Price SOOOO No 00 125 acre farm well located good dwelling new barn nil necessary outbuildings acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good sftitt of cultivation Price 0000 No 07 120 acre faring miles North of Spnnjffleld good 5 room dwelling good harn1 acres timber land 40 acteslit grass Pjfice 2750 No 08 118 acre farm well located right on pike well fenced and well improved Price J5 per acre No 50 acre farm well located Price 1000 NQ 70 145 acre farm well located and lies well good hous and smallj barn mostly iii grass eILflmc1- PrIce 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located and well improved lies wen anelis as good as the best Price No 72 210 acre farm weillocatcd good form and lies wdhll and mostly in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn anti tobaccobarn plenty oifjtobacco land 10 acres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 385 acre farm welllocated right on pike and railroad This farms iis subject to division 2 good dwelMngs and barn fine lb6dy of timber plenty of tobacco Jand 1rice per acre No 71110 acre farm 0 mites north of Springfield good ihscUing and barn 55 acres cof bottom laud well watered and fenced Price per acre 125 No 75 12t acre farm located near towlI 12 acres lbottom lan 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Price 20 ipufatre No 70 50 acre farm sltimted 12 Jrtile from Spiripgfiekl well Improved Micettwelting barn and nil necessary MitlHiilillng strictly a nice ihte Price 5000 No 77 210 acre farm lf0 ncrcs of llWttomrl luwlnl1 good Inixl cnn be citt1rntec every year goo improve Mieitis pf every kind 7 room dwelling halls nwli orch 2 gtHnl bam 2 crils iHent house buggy house milk farm well watered and fenced A Urstclass farm onehalf niile from MackvilU1 Ivy right on the pike This farm is well Improved in erery way new S room dwelllivf house two tenant houses good stock and tqlificco barns crIbs etc ThIS farm nearly alt lies welt and Is in a high state of cultivation This is strictly a tfice place and a chance for some atfc to bwr a njcelowe The vice iis right and terins easy Price SaO We alsX hue for sale a 18Q acre farm located 3 i inies from Spring ekL Ky The improvenients oti this place are excellent ther dwelling being a twOstory Iwick six rooms hailsand porches Immtud In a beati tyittHy shniledl yard IJhe barns are Urstclass tar all otJier outlu lid lnfs plhere is on the fJPHI a good orchanl and plenty of small fruit plentyof tobacco land and some timber is well fencel ami watered Price 10 lHracre Jb 78 80 acre fariM located In Marion c un good ortHHi dwelling good barn well feinted nod iwatered all lies well and convenient to 11 and church Price 2itJ No 70 75acre farm welt located good improvements of erery kind new house and barn alt lies well close to good school awl al churches Price snrso 575I arc farm 2 piles pnt of Polin on Wiliiwburg plket goodl dell acre4stof Fenwick goodl dwejllnff and to Imeco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco laud Price 5000 84l fYI acreS farm located 4 mt1eiiI oust of Springfield Ky good im1t provement of every kijid Laud nfl lies well new place Prfce50 lper acre ndlesli1orIU barn laud all lies Veil well fenced I and watered BriceSJl5ftr acre Jj pril1rIfield i 87 210 acre farm near Maud KYl Good farm All good laud improvement of every kinfl welld fenced ami Watered right on the pike Price right and terms easy J ri w Q I If You Want Anything in cItReal Estate LI CtLt Insurance c J CalIon B1LAKE lII- r r cr cr CCrr 88 65 acre farm located 21 miles ftorn Springfield Ky right on the pike Price 135 acre farm one mile from Springfield PriceSloOO 9Qa J25 acre 14 miles South of Lou isville K3 nice place wen improved lies well one mile from railroad station oiit SnrKlonl hutumentHIA steel hypodermic iicodleiis never InidrtbiV without l avlig a permanent blue speck In the skit of the patient prolmbly IxHrniisaaf the perhaps very smith quautilj of Impurity rust or otlicnviee which it contains The gold needle Invariably leaves no nark whatever Leslies Weekly Api preciatiii ihwe facts efforts inivhletv sttrieons purtlitilMy have boon Interj osted have lieqir mariofpr years tfl contrive S lrocO ft r hardening gtfit o that It could be used for tDe bladeij of tlift lustrUmeHte of surgery of nil 4imls T This lIs just whet Dr Vauglii lifts nccompll lic l nftorMobtccn years of expfriiiKiJitiiifr nud rwennli Ills method consists of the employment or fient and chemical haiL the tempering process does not make an alloy of the precious nietnl Pure gold tempered by this process remains pure but the surgical iiistruiHoltUt which Dr Vaughii IsJo w manufacturing ami which art bogiiinlug to be used extensively In hpspitttls antI by praeflcing physicians and surgpons are oCt fourteen carat liueness MiOdu being as elficlent but not aS costly us instruments of tUc nnrtt mdo oftkenetaI Aside from its ui6hi surgery Avhloh istbo feature oftlife new Invention which h iiitla4h th the perfection or Dr Vaughns process Is of Avorldwhlu hUIl rtun e in mny iMauches Iurin IlanilN ned JlonJiIf The farm hands a dozen brawny colored men lied wMslied at the pump and now sat pstteiitly and quietly at the tft lcSoll their dinner appeared Tlwic 1 srW kind of boiled llsrk- ft long low oblong of pure white fat with Just one thread of llean ruuniiig through It And there was ipolio do llrtous pono made by the sohtlioru cook and there ydre potatoes coftee sud biflek mol The tiwntttbe Ulack molasses on tliclr fat pdc The farmer saul It stiiuirag lictw farm hands like molasses I like It myself The long Imnl work In the sunny fields gives you an Jtpjwrlte tlmt nothing satisfies as iuolassis will I uswl to liave anoversoer who eotilh no more move eaten lib dinner without molssiM Hum without a knife lie took oh his Pho meut jiotatoes e iru and so 0IItI1 he would cljiop H1iminglel tUeue tilings together a ld lug bits of breqd besides and lastly he woukl tH the wola es jug and on alvaitt tttJf pint That seems like a heavy aI likknlng dish fm the hitfnoonurU August day doosnti It r holt you llionitfu It tastes good tpa man who lias beuii tolling In n blaming ftekl 1i1 Mrnrieo Liru tried it aijd know J v1l tilf owrnr Vacated iI bad i MStenl tu n room tn hotel hi a liIilUlH utitlionr tmrn fnld tbV Umiurour otl vhile muiing iMily to go to lid IItdmccl bioktbo Kbt U itiid fniad the plne a1rqtly- sdsbi1eJ TIWy ire tthere Ly th- eare nnlI sill t J up tbel ndlord land tfttlll1tlit it amlskeel hi this tbe Y of ls1I you expect decent mean U loi ap tlii gr OfOJP but thCt uxplaibitl- it exctainwd willi wiibitle of stir Mfee f UJUJfngtoetl Ne but It HCfijahu why the nor crnor of the tm wluv as stopping 1rturIcharged hint tuurtis pxtnl fw die iurlrfus tlib hottau bet 1 giies tlni old mtuj was level Iwrnlthl Jiml I jumped liim JJhaii2 1P1Zhln vr RII U1itht5ti14Jt1 time tftontth t JfatwIlua uas4hetb tuf ynr hIcz- IsLa P JtetH1 t Cpubt rnesn1er Itn swed tire ilshtL ith tiw dhij4stt- sut uUl1 a utrJort Ittul nohlug to dO with wkM WtI fmod tibJih Detroit Trtbimfo Iar uf rttlkO Yti illAl Qjfjf gvtt at keeping ratt bH loIlhI ItOI 1ft1pfWJIIvtlt St She left hUt timings she lobes keep to ottw wonjon txlklngMNow Orleans JU o Uemcrtt ILmr a 1nxur Cant Pbot jijoftp distancpj ole ph ntJ for ytjjt Mr pTatcnkeT zsteiIl he solleltr Well replied the old fftrnuv jl Jcfi l f J Jw r Srb+ 4 iito15 I i Rolls of Maffing iii r i I AT COST FOR CASHr J t fI A nice assortment of H J t f FILOOR RUG W l At Cost for Cash I 50 t AIRS i i r t tii Lace Curtains this seasons goJDds JwJTichwe will close out at 25 per dent T off for cash f i OTHER BARGAINS ON SAME TERMS 1 i I GRUNDT x McfflTIRE t i if 444 Xc 44Icc= 88 8 HeaaJiIi Time Fife sl Ht Is Ian old adage Its a tig jump though from the time of J theIIfirst clock to now chasm ancL what ve y ujThe first clock crude 4he one of today almost a chron meter Accurate Clocls and 1 Elegant Jew fry L 1 is what you find the y jar rOUnd l J at i my jewelrystore Mv new Jfn Itt2 lk reflects my being expert in selecting a jewelrj stock To saveI f 4f nitncy buj from me t James J Graves I Gstl8 00 oooo 1 D4 r E E 8iEa m 1 II PARIS GREEN I ff oft oJ j I v I Bug Brari 1 1i to 1 TheKind that Kills jikk- kf1 f 1 IHMYDONS = CORNER DRUG STORE IH la irir i EE Rf E l J rI 4i4 4 x4i4i44 il I WE HAVE TO INVEST I J FOR CLIENTS 2 1rJ S750oooTo sioodo4o JtII I V in Electric or Steam Railwayi Manufacturing J ItBank orTrust Company propositions t1ff i WE BUy AlSfD SEtL4 l riiilo Buy and sell entire issues of municipal anti corporation tibonds and are prepared to capital for any tn ritoJJO proposition rious proposition Have money to loan on anA lf JJ W GIMORE Sc CO 1ELLET nUILDLOio LOUISVJLPJD ItYb t w c 41 fi J r 20 000 PRDM Biidge ftJ good furnish THE BIO = BLUE1iRASSI =PAIR= r t + 20000 L i uvPIl1II an JrJ 4 Iti It XINGTON SBPTEMBER 17th T22a4 j The biggest and best Fair ever heIIlIIn the South CflllfU IuIds i4 all classes of Live Stock andAErIcultnrarProdi K ff M iiu Nsry- Band Highclass Amusements of all sorts 1 j 4 tor Catalogue end otherknfonuat10adki I QEQ AAIN Sscy rrfI Kf I 4 DRJ Bll TON RKSIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED f WITHOUT PAIN- t llI1Ii taw lIapa Block up staIrs Jolt ft 11 SPRINGFiELD KY 11 All Dental Work Strict f Firstclass l tJ Dr I HLAMPTOH DR J C MCDD LAMPTON MUDD Physicians and Surgeons r f Offices over Haydons Drugstore t f WJFJGRIGSBY ATTORNaYAT LAW Office over Peopjes Bank SPRINGFIELD KY t lJBRoBARDS M W HYATT RoBARDS HYATT q1 pbjiciins and Surgeons Office over McElroy Shultz e DR JH HOPPER PPICIAK and SURGEON PHONES Office Over v Office 97 Hagans Grocery l Residence 71 1DrIW W Ray IHYS1CIAN AND SURGEON jOffice over COW Hagans grocery opposite Presbyterian church t Phones t Office 175- ResidenceI 172 jJfMlN YE MAYES FUNERAL DIBECTOI JHDA LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE t DAYS19 NIGHT 74 t SPRINGFIELD KYll t t Ralroad Schedule i Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Batdstown and S ringdeld branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville atii 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pto arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leayes Springfield at 630 am BardstQwn 617 amJj Bards own Junction 705 amyarrives at Louisyille 755 am Isftf 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm 3 No44 Leaves Springfield a rl 20 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 485 pm I arrives at Louisville 545 pmii ONo 90i Sundays onlyLeaves Sprin field at 715 am Bards l town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville e scr onlyLeaveskrnisviiie yJunctioD 650 pm Bards town 753 pri arrives at Springfieldt 825 pm Bonds cCarriage f Repair Shop AU kinds VQod work and up holstering done Grain Cradles on hand for sale I have for sale now onq new hand made buggy new hand made spriug wagon and a good t second baud sp ng wagon I will work cheaply for the money All work strictly cash jfc W H BOND Springfield Ky J FRESH BREAD J f ROLLS AND CAKES i Baked Daily toAlways god always freshWe have a Baker who is an ar tist at making good things JSix Loaves of Bread for 25c lr Hertliens Confectionery r THE FEXAS WONDER pores all Kidney Bladder and Rheumatic troubles add by all druggist or two months treatment by mail for 1 Dr E W Hkll 2926 Olive street ii5t Loui Send for estimonials KenuckyS aAANot es Altpersons knowing themse1cl res indebted to the fim of McEl roy Bros are required to call andS fettle at onca as the firm bastchanged hands ard all old busiII 1 must I e zLttcdt tp I MELHOYBROS IOtIUIIO mII MUdr 01 D4rt pIsN iU- IIflOWN WWtulriWJiriilrli ldrlro lroldiWW Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest t fl AllAboutYourself Friends and Acquaintances QW Salt rising and cream bread J received daily Hagan Bros New Fall hats jut received this weekat Mrs Williams Mrs Williams hs a new line of the advance styles jn fall hats she wants you to see1 Everything sold well at fhe sale of live stock and grain and farming implements of Mr H 0 Nelson on last Tuesday Col Whayne the auctoneer conducted the sale L z WANTED Five lorse shoers atonce 18 per ireek to fitters 15 to floornen Railroad fare furnished Only irst class men Address Lock Bo c 490 Louis yule Ky STRAYED Frdir my place a short distance fro town on the Macksville pike myiold brown sJihtlyhippecireturn Mrs MapL Durrett rThe farm near town on the Perryvile road be opging to the estate of Thos Scrjogham deceased was sold a Commission ers sale on Monday Mr James Walker was the purchaser at 1805 per acre Mr Dave Loga4bfthe firm ofB G Fox Go Danville was here Mondays to buy mule colts He only bought a small I number as there were not naary I offered and farmers generally are holding for higher prices a TheSpringfield raded School s will open its iiIiI next Monday morning The faculty will remaini the same as ff last year The indications point s lo a large attendance arid a a prosperous school in every way J this year ti II The annual fair of the Washington s County Colored Fair As 2 sociatiqa will be held at the far grounds at this place pn Septtm ber 20 21 and 22 IfAe manage 1 offers a good prpgram thjs ear and a successful fair is ex pected t Mrs Mary N Matingly aged 2 years and who lives near Willisb urg this county was tried on a lunacy charge before Judge Litsey and ordered sent to the insane asylum The unfortunate woman imagines she hears strange voices and she tries to scape from them and is con tantly running away from home Dr T D Latimef pastor of the Presbyterriati church at his place at the close of his ser mon on last Sunday resigned as pastor of the cburch the resignation to take effect November first Dr Latimer has been pastor of the cburch for three years and during that time hefl and his family have made many warm friends in Springfield who will regret to have them leave The following feuclfling coltsIi sired by Chestnut Dare Mr B B Leachmans stallion soldthiringB the week of the pringfield P S Barber soldone to W SrGibbs for 150 J J Yowell ofn Bradfordsville one to W C Rogers for 125 Ed Mitchell one to D M Gregory for 100II Goddard Grundy one to JudgeCf Thurman for 100 John pie one foB B Leachraan for 100 V The following salesof farms are reported by IcEI roy Wharton the real estate agents durirg the past week W N Deaconto JamesjCurtsioger farm near Pulliam forj 1300 George Tucker soldhis farm consisting l j yaUeY1Hillj w They also soB for William E Brown 124 acre farp in Marion county to A L Brown foi 5500 w Mr J C McElVoy purchased by yesterday that part of the St oj ose farm lying nearest toJand c9ntainingabout 1mwasconii high class lland for agri- ultural K purposes and is very productive It also cotttjins ome timber and some good land hat has never been broken he farm doss not contain any houses or other improvements but is well fenced LaPostmasterceiYQi tiptiacatipn that an ex tto TOPICS I M amination of applicants for rural route carriers will be held here pUlposeioffrom which carriers may be appointed for any new routes or to fill any Vacancy which may occur Applications for exami- natiOn must be filed before September 12 Rural rout no 5 out of Snringfield will be estab lished as soon as some require ments have been met There arescjme road improvements to be made and a certain number of subscribers secured Squire LTlfobberly of Long Grove passed through this cityFriday enroute home from a two weeks visit to Washington and Marion c unties He reports the corn crop in these counties extremely good While in Springfield he visited the old blacksmith shop where he part ly learned the blacksmith trade 48 years ago The SqUire in forms us that he met but few men he knew a half century ago in these counties and that time had worked such it wonderfuldiangd inthe topography of thycountry that it was with difhcuty that he recognized the lane of his birt- hETowncsl 4 Narrow Escape JI Valley inn Cor to NewsLeader During the tti undertorm On ast Suiday evening the 15ght ling struck the meat houseof Vlr George Tucker into which Ie and wife hid just entered nd had the stroke ben more evere it would ihltve killed them nstantly bowever the Hash went hrough tjietpof the building r rom end to end and left the iructure doing no serious dam ge other than sending Mr andl Irs Tucker senseless forsomeJ ioments Thos A Grundy and V 0 Tatun1also received a i hock from the same volt some n 00 yds away KXX x correct wear the colors Good style School s I 1 q or admission but children between the uges of 0 and years of actual bona tide white residents of this district admitted free Children not- viig in the city ot attached J territory may admitted on- asmEnt the of the oard in advance the t of tuition Primary Depart per trm4t months 9 Grammar per term 1350 High School Popart Lent per term 18 tuition eesare paY b1olin advance ase sickness byLwhich pupils are detained from school for weeks or mere a of tuition may be made time thus lost C J HAYJJQS Prest i NotIce My books have been put into thdhans of AO Kimball AllS lIbae ing aCCuDts will please call and settle t I rail or with a rig for a firm Z 25000000 capital 108200 per year and salary paid weekly and expenses bH y Most victit s of appendicitis ar cIj host syrup thogjatural action pf the bowells Orif n Frui Syrup does not nausedt J = PEASC NA L Hughes who will visit relatives bere Miss Alice visiting friends in llow f Miss Nannie Simms is visiting friends in Louisville J Mi and Mrs Will Hagan are at Tatham Springs this week and Mrs W K Robert son were in Lebanon yesterday NDr Ernest Crume of Fred erickstown spent Monday here Mr Maury Durrett is attending the Shelby ville fair this week jtfrs Preston Peter of Aim stead Ky is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs Lang Bowling New Hav nare visiting friends here Iiss Ethel McDjaskoy of Bloomfield is visiting Miss Viola BrOn Mrs T E Hardesty Spent lasts week with her mothelV Mrs Lanham at Lebonont V f Mrs Shulte yisitedMr A E Hundley Lebanon last Thursday Miss Florence Mattingly Louisville is tffe guest of Mist J Stella Simms Messrs Louis Kelley and ry Marks spent Sunday in Perjj a aol1 Mr Mike Simabs spBiit ouet clay last week Bardstown Miss Elsie Gasthas returned fl her home in Louisville after i visit to Miss Marie Barber Messrs George Rob rtso and Swin Marks spent Sunday inv Bar stawn Miss Lillie return jd after stay at iin Catham SJJ y Miss Vrgie lou s has return id to heihome in Lebanon after i visit to Miss Nancy Tong s the guest of Miss Jeannette fcClelhm lie Smith have returned home era stay at TathamnIMrs Pi ui Wh len and little =c KOOOO oooooooo ed NJ3WSKJRTSM Just Arrived From bl The Newest Styles in Street arid Traveling 9 in popular and black quality and for remarkably reasonable pricesth For sale at V Mrs Williamsii ocoooo CMDChCKKIOOCXXJ O H Notice 14 0911willNone 20 be be to Clerk following erit Department all In of protracted two continuously deduction for oa 1t htladytrthgood alaryI If bJosSnringfieldS HoWlOAYGlfl AllpMsV p bOrinocures of pleaeanttIcc1V McBlrpVvis Mr ot AR of ia to A home SfnrtiShaS SMiss tMisses OOOKKX GincinnatLle IUmulatingtb onof Bardstown nroisitin Mrs Frank SimmsCyMrsJ9bnlittlo sons are guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe c Mr and IIrs Wafter E tiLeachday for Petoskcy Mich 1 Messrs John and William Spalding of Bardstown spent S Sunday in town A Mrs J H Parker has re turned R o her home at Corbin after a visit to Mrs Willard Thorapson Miss Mary Brown spent lastS week with her sisters MissesS taucyanturned to Louisville MondayS wMrare gnosts of Mrs R EMNealo and other relatives vi nero Mr Frank Decker of the circulation fdepartrabni of tb e Courier Journal l was in totn yesterday Miss Mattie Ronoy and of brother Milton oLEt Iarys spent Friday here 0Mrbe6n spending iirs vaca lOn With is parents tas returaed to Danville Mrs Jamrs Durrett and Mrs lice AIcMokin of Blobmtield v spent a fe days with Mrs M W Hyart last week n Judge IH Thurman and family are visiting Dr and MrsiiifDi Rodman and attending theo hel oyville fair this w e ek M isses Myrtle Be sie and- o i irl Campbell have gone to I ndersonville N 0 for thekJ enefjt of Miss Bessies health l1rvand Mrs Frederick Man e t of Louisville were guests Mr and Mrs John W Lewis tt j IeJoitter part of tJie yeek ilr Joseph Duri elt cf Blop a i1t t-Worth JItsJ wt tla long distance t1 al to have your teeth extracted I Without Pain or Danger t ii if All work guaranteed w IirL G CRUMED D S Bardstown KJ 3 33 3 3 3 3 field visited hisaunt Mrs Mary E Durrett the latter part of last week Mrs Ed Boshart and daughter Ethel have returned to Louis nil after a visit to the family of Mr JTJ Allen Miss Emily B Russell reurn ed to Louisville to day after several weeks visit at home Mrand Mrs Joe Spalding of Greensburg are visiting Mr J A Shader and family MrT W Ray and Miss Sue Ray returned from Bloom field yesterday accompanied by Mrs JR Allen and Mrs Mary IMiMO lea Irving of Louis ville who has been the guest of Misses Nellie and Jennie Green For the past month has returned her home inrLouisilloi I1frs Kate Williams returned rom Cincinnati and Louisville rondtywhere she selected a full line of fall millinery and skir f Prof T C Poynterof Perry ule was a guest of friends here over Sunday Prof Poynter delivered a number of lectures the coontyoc llocal optipn yeek foII Miss Rind Pettus returned her home at PreachersViUo S Garrafd cotnty Tuesday aterr vorul weeks visit to Mr arid Mrs JF Pettus 1 Mrs Henry Edelen of Bards- owtiMis Fannie Smith Janie1 Eddie WilIetf ns sesII1 Willa Knott Xiilly Simms and WinLttt returned d from itluiii Tuesday Miss Nannie iaimms entertain Tuesday at sL oclock dinner imose pxesent were Misses i arie Maloney Mamie Knotfe 1 jMarksjJ 1 y and Parker Medley Miss Wary Weisen and tthree daughters and Mrs John Cas silly and four childfen who have been at Mr RA VIcEl roys the ast two mouths returped to eir ltwines in Louisville Mori day Misses Louise and Isabel Med ley entertained a large crowd of their young friends at their homo on last Friday evening The lawn was illuminated re freshments were served and the oung peopkrail spent a most- elightful evening t The following persons will compose a party that yill leave ero Monday and go to Louis viUe where they will toke a boatI nd goup Kentucky River for a feWdays1 outing ivlosdaniDs T t and 1 YMayes Prod Hogan If Shuitz ul D Robertson L A McElroy Conrad HerUeitr Mnrjr E Durrett andMasUrs Dudley Robertson and A H hultx Miss CMabel Thompson enterI med a ther beautiful country homo lat Thursday evening ith a lavrn party in honor oJ her house party consisting ofJ is Ella Sweeney of Louis lie Jennie Adams Harfods burg and LiLlis Thompson of Indianapclisand MesSrs LitsOy and Elwood Adums of Harrods burg Jawes Thompson of In dianapolis and iJtith Thompson SpriigDeld The lawn was beautifully decorated with Japanese lanterns while varietyt was given to the assemblage by progressive conversation Delightful refreslipiento were served on the llawn Allotbin Good Man Go1WFOll lie neglected to tate Fowlers 3dd t y cure at the firbt signs of kfdncy trouble ho ping t voiild wear Ufray and lit wa soon avictim of Brlghts disease 1 here is dnhger in drla y biit Fowlers Kidney Ouro is taken at flCO the s vmptoniH ttiU dieapp ear the kidneys ar 0 strengthened and you are soon sound and well A R Bass of Morgantow h hid had to get up ten r twelve times in the night and bad severe backade and pains an the and s cured by Foyvlers Kidney Cure old at Red Gross Drutr +LOST Betv men McGill School house arid Mrs AtG Tumeys p WblrJ ashllerd baby clonkIMrs j BI tr It Will Soon aeo l T1MEjcL E H We are prepared lto fIx your Boy or Girl up in Cloth ft 1IAg of all Kinds i t 5- JL 1 Shoes HosIery Underwearr Etc IV = i = =y 7 jv 3 ty GInghamsOutingsRibbed Hose at lOc and 20c pair Also a full line of3Shoes Come to see us before buying any of thej ft above articles We want your trade and will treat =you right tt i The ROBERTSON CLAYBROaKE COC t d L 4fo Incorporate Tl1BBIOST RE T J t v drc tttt tiiiHHiiWS EyesTeStedd11 Iliivc fitted huiijdreds of others and can lit yju Names and jj Prescription on file come and see for yourself tive your a ees the attntioDat the right time and place Nothing1 but high grade goods A1J the e modern kinds and styles of lenses Bifocals of jcvery de glscriptionI g ASTIGMATIC pRR CTlONSI1 a Specialty Graduate Optician always on hand to make test Satisfac tI guaranteed JtiOIi alial A Iefenc Imt jon a worshiper of AVUthy asked thC cens rkqs friend Tt SOBIC extent answered Mrs DiwtJi Stkx How can yoiK be guilty ot sueb avnccefT It hin5Its self esteem T- AVaslriluston Star A Poor flue to Look Ciuvy Whin 1 sowi llilcy the day LB sahl ho tas looking fur work CanltyIii bat he wasnt lopkin fur li vorjf Iwrd iV Cy4VeII1iC was lookin tUrousli the uatlonrxv a bqer glass Cur ItmOt 0 tho lima Plilladolpliln Press t1jioirPftrntninilfttlnc P tfrlni hopin Uiijt sobie tiny soniotwdy jxelini VMi look Jiis like iny long l1ot boylr ay tlifyH Klnune J rojultfr square menlt Inn ulil Leniy Well Ill hot a jjoold ninny Joe lost boys doiit look a bit better n yuta Pet JPuck I cdlncr Voiinsr Itlgi For yuuupf piSS It Isvfcry necvssnry that milL a prt6 the rktlon says Auieikwii AgrleultinlBt Itn connection with tliufoiilk ground bRrIoyoats corn or tcall be fed to excellent ad vantage startittfr with a small propor tion at first mid Increasing this as tuo + nnlnialB grow larger fluring the curly snuuuer a good pr s tire Is of cspeetel Importance when raisin hogs Prorldp cloier if posfibla and blue grass for both are excellent hog feeds A patch of rye furnishes excellent jung imsture The hogs can be kept Ui this unjll the rye bend pstt 111111maleconsume tho jrreatsr j ortlon Jurliir the summer special care Itoulil hc tAken to provide shidp or he ituhnals tIming thc hot weather A ehpnp ovoring i8 JaIl that Is necwssary If jhfr nulmals Imvo access to brunU Jot nfiiiclt the better as Un brush jitt only forntolies shade but op portunit f6rrulllng the latter being necessary for hogs to keep themselves clean Dnlry Mnnageineiit The bureau jjf animal1 Industry sent pu5 circulars Iff dKlrymrti makiu Inquiries Its to the management nnd prodirtlon of their herds says U W Lighty In National Stockman Two hundred replied Fifty of these kept no records and a larger number of them did not know what It cost to fgfd their cows This is really the greatest drawback In dairy work The farmer keeps4a lot of cows and does not know what it coats to feed them nor Mhat they individually produce Could wo Imnrstne a man in another business succeeding with stilt methods or lQ luck of any fow of the fwidji mental business prlnciplos practlrttliy applied to our d1117 work is tho great est dcsidetntiyn of the day LlnnlllUc Ability III once know u nina who tlkod sav en languages and tho most he over could cairn was 11 a week Thats nothing I know a woman who can tajk your arm art and I dqnt i believel shq ever earned 30 cinta BRIGHTON UP YOUR HOME B doesriT take much I Double and costs verY H little For borders 4 arouiid rugs use TOIIV- AUKON11S auine I grade of Varnish with coloring lIl1l1 matter ground into it ao that in stead orpainting the flooiandThe- nvcnnisliiuityoudobo1h in one operation Itgivej arich shiny televenpJearing Byuxingityotisure at little cost Rmnilier henamelOwAUoN I 1T GET IT AT t I THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE IsssI j J The first I National Ban i t t SPRINGFIELD KY f japitnl 50OOO I r t ZrSurplus and Undivided Profils 3O O irIf 1 OFFICERSB L Litsey President JohnW Lewis Vie Pregliemt fg A C rcE roy CashIer L B Gain Assistant Cashier I B Foster BookKeeper U H Purdom Asst BookKeeper 4t DIRECTORS BLLitaeyJW Lewis W D Olabro ke T S r tf Mayes RH EdeltnH M Grundir John O Palm IIVe grant every favor consistent with safe banking your JNII k respectfully solicited OO ISSISSSSSSSt it = L 1i t OO OOOO 5 1 MARKS GREENJThe old Reliable Manufacturersa r 1t f P I and Dealers in all Kinds ofS i 1UMBER LATHS SHINGLES JlJ SASH 1iOORS BLINDS J We handle the celebrated r 1 lixed Cannel Goal CantIj i r I We are sole agents for IACME ClLMENr PLASTER t 0 The Best op Earth Prices RightI if f rlOffice and Yards Doctor and Railroad Street SprinZ1ieI KvH 1IEVERYBODY BUSINESS ii Is Nobodys Business Put OU1UIISt- o I i M giveihepublicthbest work in r 1 iQSTinning andumbi gi g fffr i 7he least possible cost GIVE USA Atrli r JWPRITCHADiH-i Jf11 Vif m SPRINGFIELD JY fJ t lJf c t WHARS MOSBY I jgKfhen Rev Leu Penrod arose tO rcn all Tvbtsperlnjr stopped Ever eje was bent upon turn and every a r was poised to catch the words that fel I fronvMs lips TheSsennori TOS just the kind of ar ddres tostir the emotions especlall those of a trusting unlettered people He discussed no doctrinal points II- used clrcsmlocu tlou He struck ou la short crisp sentences that went II reel to the understanding of the s1m plest intellect t It son became evident he was reach lug thp jslmplo hearts of this emotional people 1n fact the ni5st cultured audi I ence could not have sat unmovedby bk thrilling appeals V A number of tough men I notlccc were sniashing tears with the balls of their piumljs Scores of flromen had their aces In their aprons and vverc weephgaud1biy omayoung woman about eighteen oCbeautlful face and figure sprang out Into the nterof the floor and setting her large dark eyes on the roof gave a startling scream The people all turned their faces toward her and encouraged her vjlth shouts of Amen and Bless God She first moved about In a slow graceful circle Then faster anti faster she went until directly she leaped high from the floorVsmote her beautiful bands together and shouted Glory glory glory JTbeiir around and aroun she whirled almost as fast as a top clapping herhafrds all the while and shouting Glory glory glory There was a rapt expression on her beautiful countenance as If she viewed through the veil of sense a face In paradise Plnallyshe halted and stood still for a moment her arms elevated and out stretched and the seraphic expression still fixed on her face Then with a iwjld shriek she started for the door nWbaVs 5Josby was chorused aloud liy many throats fcAtthe door parted and In stepped a tall handsome fine built man of about for ty years with iron gray hairanu1 inns ta lie He stepped toward the half frenzied girl took her In his arias and eased her down to a bench He sat down by her side qnd her head fell byer on bepshouiaer In that position she lay seemingly unconscious until the ser inpu was through There was no more notice taken of berpy the congregation When the meeting was over the man stroked her forehead several times with a tender palm and spoke to her In a low voice for a moment when she aroused her self anddlxed for starting home As soon as we were a short distance away I inquired of my old friend I had accompanied the meaning of this novel procieeding and the cry of Wbars Mosby 7 That has been a cry familiar Jn church here for1 twentyfive years he saideIt was a cry long afore the girl was born Her mother many years ago was Just like hera pirty flue looklu gal mighty religious an fond of shout la She the niother was in love with Mosby never cared for no one else When she would take them shoutin tanterims like the gal took today an was about to take what we call the Jerks It was JouwHhat Mosby was the only person thet could stop her anti lJ keel the jerks oft Every metin shed take a spell an the shout would go up as It did today Whars Mosby The mother of course wanted to marry Jfosby hut her father put In a big objection sayiii that no man who never owned a coon dog bra still could iave A gal of his Mosby an the gal yersisteO an finally tbeole man shot at him an drove him outen the coun try Soon arter that fa ole man arter torcjn lI a i r marry Lon Peterson tyls i af tojjf n the moonshine business tUE1M UI his ole trotters gaped a time l cc two an died In the course of time Mosby come back His ole sweetheart hed saved from thin Jerks so often was married a an had a little gal bnbythe one that shouted today Waal soon arter lie come home he jwent to church one day an hlsrola l flame wuz liar an would of course t shout People wuz all eager to know what wouldbe the outcome tSoon arter the irqchier bguu Mrs t Peterson got In She kep on an on an on an folks got uneasy lEer bus band worked with her but lie di1n bare no Inflooency at ajl with hea lppIn h shouted n 4Vliar Mosby i losby come tonvjordi mighty timid an took bolt Jt incited dossn In his arms ajiybe eased her to the bepch Iek fcead tell over on hhv h Bhpnlder uk then rolled off like a baTi Tp1 roJlbV oft anrplluT off till TOAtty we got uneasy Waal feorae Quo placed her poor head hack again an loakoiUn her eyes She wxw lead I TUe gal is jlst like her niothec in everything As soon as she VuoJa enough to git religion she bsgunl to shout like her poor mother apit wuz soon found like her poo mother It jer1aHerSunday an mark imr words when the preacher atnrt irpijr the crernoii an1 gos4o pre chbi yoxflt see the t1 OUit 1tm to tIayjjp Silkt Tri will swell Lqmyiile QL Good RcHMon ouns Pcndibs fe a hard worker Isnt be qnerlpd lie boss Yes answgreiltl lieadbookkccp cr be is wbrking JtarQ for a raise CJilcagD News P Dl rCRBNT SOLUTIONS JfT9grcKHlrc Coactidrnm That Cc tjji Bo WprUta OntrTivo Why Miss Grncle be said with an en gaging smile did you ever tyour baud at one of these progresslt eonuii drums IWhat are 1ngressI ye nundrums Mn SptfonnnioreS Iniiulrfia tIlt young dy IHavctlt you beardof them Hero is one Why is balV qf yarn IHce the letter Because u ball of yarn is circular a circular la a sheet a skeet Is a flat n 4lat te O mouth 50 fiDOflrthIa a swallow a BTOIHCW 1hi a taste a taste UI an iaellnntioh an inclination i is an anglflf an4ujlfr is a point u point is an object aimed at an object aimed f at is a target target U a mark aat is an bnivesslon an Impression ii a atahip a summit Is ajlhia stuck onf j tking ttick on to a young man In t lore and a young radn In love is like r tbe letter f because ue stands before V Miss Grade WI dout Ofck you Mvo the answer tiuitc ngn it luv1 v iUjf liay A ball f yirui I3 ruuil a round Is a rt a rat if h woaden tlilvg a waU jli a y iri5 man Ifl love nJ i y S Lau ii ij likO the vter T a p Mr Spojeaaore and aho Fpjii cioiriy and dlsH ctly j because he U ofunt crossed i The jwing man uudiUstood We tool lila hat and Ida praerantfTO conundrum mid va nibbed ftwn Wfas Grade Gar lingliouso ainlinbcc fqrov r rear fs i Charcoal n DIHlnfectant Plti e a small dish 0 diroal where meat and perishable drtlcles drjj kept and It will keep them weet and whole some It Isa fine disinfectant THE ANClEfvT INCAS ijliey Ivnctr Ilhcr Icllenesa JTiri Jtclie Nor Iovortjr Tire flecks of llamas Jbelouged to tlu sun and the Inca It was death to kill one At certain ieqsons of the year they srexe colIccVdfljrrointhe hills and shorn Large imtnbefs were sent to supply food for the boilrt and to be used at the ixli ious Costiyals aud sJd rilices ilule llamas oiily wore l illoil 1 he wool belonged to the Inca and xvas stored in the governracut deposi tories nuQ dealt out according as the peailes wauts icTjulred In this way they wore provided With warm cloth lag WliQn they liad worked up enough wool Into clothing for themselves they were then employed In working up material for the inca The distrlbu tlon of the wool and superintendence of its manufacture were in the hands of oiitcer appointed for the purpose No one was allowed to be Idle Idle ness was a crluic tutU was severely punished All the njiues belonged to the Inca and were vjorkod for Ills peneflt The various employments wcfe usually In the hands of a few and became heredi tary What the father Was that the sou became A great pert of the agri cultural products was Stored In grana lies scattered up and flown the cotta try ami was de jt out to the people as required It will thujj be seen tliat there was no chance fer u man to be conic rtcK neither cotiild he become pqor TIle sirfrltof spQcitlatloahad no exisleuce there Cbanlbers Journal THE BLACK BALL A Clever Scheme TInjt was ffpoIiei lit the IJriivvIivr Two young men in a French village cnlloil on ilo ilr kv for consciii tlon One only was wanted to complete the number and of tlie two who were to draw ole wife the soil df u rich farm er and the other the Sphllfl of a poor widow I Tma a4a Iatiad 1mbne1f vh the uperiiilestlesit oCVtho ballot alMl promised liLa u prcre if he could find ait prevcut lIsiu jsoii frpai going ii the rnuy Th ordci to accomplish bia U c oScfeii pot ii to the urn two biatc bills Itartcart f o se white aud one Ijlack ball Yvheu lju young mart cane ho asM There ais two balls one black mst 3ro white Ui the nm tile who draws tie black one in4st s ve Your torn is first paintib to tha wldowa son Thf latter ffUMpecthfg that ill was nat Jiri upfinjiaclJed urn and Crow one of the Ijttlln Avhcijiie immedJktcIjt sriillowea wtl3ut looning at It- Vvhy aahl tbe Superiatendont live you dona that Wvlto r are we tknow wbrther iou IsavO drnjVB a black or a whl c bear Oh thats very casjpto discover was Vie reply Let the offer iiatv draw If I Inive the black he iam neccf sarily Craw 4hd white one Thare was no help for it antI tile farmcrsi 3u putting lif bunGcinto the nrn dftvrr the remaining1 b U which to the aatiaf action of time ii etuterfi was a black one rhHA War at lHtJ K It How oW dfcl yjev i4ty she was jjlanghtoivt PweiirTrTOo vGraciouHfc sneglyouagfor lop gel rWHitfjBlji aKoi3ii American Oatrerp Likcn Slie Tllsr 513 that Ailing on itfttw s conefetered far mfcre daaearousv- fl on the sst oV UpI guess tlints ri jlit 1V heard f ninore oixrjigeiiients niade hi a canoe baa on ty steamship fH ot o Fiatmeing Jfta Giggla He rctuaVko that was swimlikc Wawit thatniceo- fint V iss KnoxCFU 1 dauvt know He rde that rumacfc wrucu you Wore try rg to Ilorr ITc Got III Well I saopoi a tiiuiimuit have ip triate in tiki worlO4 4And 500 bavcydufg aumwte- JertniWyt Didnt jvti know Lwas at ILroIiitago Lrjt Effort to iJeilnr- wWllatt Is ywur kT xi qf Ii smart set There are diC rent kind oC satan GetsC aiiswcrcO Miss Cayenne Some of ibeni arc iir erUy had company ia goal cbth lflSyIJ That Jlr Bcuks itoraft know her own nIntY Perhaps not but slie knows fevcry boOr cIse jiHarpervji Weekly T O wAnd to think that ten months ago I looted life this I owe it to German Syrup QThe timeworn injunction Never put of til tomorrow what you can do today is now generally presented in th- tfonin Do it today That iathe terse athice we want to give you abOut that hacking cough or demoralizing cold with which you hasc been struggling for sey- iral days perhaps weeks qTake some reliable remedy for it roA5yantl let I tliut remedy be Dr Bbschees German Syrup which lies been in use for over thirtyfive years A few doses of it wilt iindoubtedly relieve your cough or cold nud its continued use fora few dayswili cure you completely JNo matter how Ieepseated your cough even if dread consumption has attacked your lungs German Syrup will surely effect a cure ns it lias done before in thousands of ap TareriHy hopeless cases of lung trouble CjNew trial bottles asfc regular site 75c At all druggists a r vy Jiii ii PEOPLE OF THE DAY Llttlcficlil of Maine It Is understood that President Sam uel Gompers and other trades union ists will wage ar active campaign In the Second Maine congreasloual ills trict against Congreasinau Charles E Littleflcld who Is a candHlate for re election Mr LlttWold s up1a the blacklist of tIme AuKrfwm Federation t IofI a member of the judiciary committee o the antilujunctlpn bill As the congressional elections la MnIiiQ are held In Seiteiuuer the re sult of the attempt to defeat Mr Lit tloficld will be waited with uncsual Anterest cspeckmhly by thmr members of eongifess y ho mire candldfttois forrC laH Irn flud who have like Jhie macin her from Mujnc ojpo ed the interests of labor In coiigreajj The normal Republican majority In the SeComl Maine district Is about 5 and as district IsnDt Oouitel usstrouK from a union labor stand jKlrtt the flrat fight of time year may be considered a rather hard one for the American Fectorntlon of Labor Mr Littleflcld is a native of the Pine Tree State a lawyer by profciailou mind 15 Ifty itro years old He was elected i to time Fiftysixth Consress tolill hziji vacand caused by tIle death qf JCel son Dmgley and Is now serving ids fourth torin lie Conlil Trust Ilor1 Of young Marshall Ficfld now soine times called the richest child in the world this storj wasi recently told at Lakewood The boy according to tIme story tip prouxhad an ohl woman In a hotel and sai Mo her Can you crack nuts No my dear Icant thq old wo inan reftlijxl I lost nil iny teeth years asb Then 5ahl tile HtUa lboy extending wo hinds full bf walcuts please hold these while I go rntIget some more The AVjsOiiar Inrty Mayor McClclUm bf New York huts a butler In his Washington square house who wears kIw breeches and the rest of a real bull rs outfit on ceremonial i occasions Tim mayor Invited sJme Taniiiiany IcauLis over to his housii one evening to liniier pne of them j came early anti was admitted by the stately butter Tl e lomlelr drew Me Clellirii asida assoou as he had reach j ed hhn ami whispered hoarsely Say George why didnt you tell me this win a hinssjuaradc party V Saturday Bvenlw Post VoritlIittciiest Voninn Mc itusseUl Sage by tlicvMnherit nnce of practicjtHy all of her late hus bandV vustfortSiue becomes probably the richest worn in In the world The estate of tLJ laioItuRgcll Sage is vari ously restiuutt dt at from SOOOOOCO up xvanL At time lowest estimate Mr Sage becomes sole posseAsoi of 7i OOOXD which puts her In the Jlrst rank x f the rltfi pcrson of the world She considcKiblj ia advance of Mrs EcWy Green as u controller qfvast autos of momey It wits said by a frixml of the family that in leaving p I 31B5 USSE1L SAUS lila fortune Mrs Saicc Mr Sage hd i pMctlcitUy Icffit nil to charity lloi could a iwoman of her advanced yetm spend a khougaudth irt of it Wlidt could she do but give It away Mry Sage knew that his wife had Huuib t study ot nrilanthropy and that aim t t ould dUtrlbute his iiioney wisely Margaret Oivl Slocuui Sage was born in Syracuiw in 1S28 and was lattr nod to IlnMti1 Sagein iShi SheJwas oducHtml j t tit Troy Female seuil nary Mrj iSttge hats made n st5 lj of domea ic jscienct anti domestic help aiitl for sissy yyars was lutyruntixl Vi thin tralnng of ir rla to be skilled ooks luVwckeipcru luid dressmakers Site ha5 crvcd prosidetit of the Eninin Armani aiwociatloa awl of Uio reit1 Wityte the latter a free trade school r giyl- sARRESTING OLD AGE SloUcr i Life anil the LciiKthenlntr Ivriuil ot Vtiudi It nayeim strange to tw tli tight ilu fact nevorUieIo civinalu that the VfUvMBfi of the gnnid arnij pf Nit pulf u MrclglMMi down by age mash uorf square luen of whom few had iss KHlHr tliliti fifth year It was a tiu oCriiii and short living uitli an carlys gi and no overtures of real youth it time when we find Thackuray riiilriiling Du If ionic for holding claim on Ikiing KH1 a ytiuiig man at the ago of tl rtyflv The uwnilfltakable tend of our iiajj to ivjuvonate life anil to i roioug V JaUier to vanquish osK U imbcImi Hn tlbIttp on eycry event of individual cistonce The average man tody carrteSf time uplrit asid irowcr of youth Into nu nyv whlch a ceiihiry age vas regjecL as Jwnlerlng on the shady aide of tstetejce Time buoyancy and vlgoc hara eteristic of our present inldaie fwfnMUi wake It In most tasts oxtrpmcljr dlf cult to approaci unyfuir t1miee oC uccnnuy In deter lliiiL v th jic of i poi i passiur t d i ttmi DOYOUGEUPWITH BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers is sure to know of time wonderful ade by Drcurcsti Lj ji Kilmers Swam II Root the great ki i nevljver and blad der reiifedy It is the great ined Iiii icnl triiiniph of time Ill Itll nineteenth century discoveredafteryearsIi by Dr Kilmer time eminent kidney and bladder specialist 5ill is wonderfully successful iu promptly curing lome back uric acid catarrh of time bladder mind Jiriglits Disease which is time worst forum oPlcidney trouble Dr Kilmers SwampRoot is not rec oiiniieudctl for eventhing but if you have kidney liver or bladder trouble it will be found just the remedy you ieed It has been tested in so ninny ways in hospital work and in private practice and has proved so successful in every case that a special arrangement has beii made by which all readers of this pdper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mail also n book tell ing more about S nuu Root amid hqv to fiiidontif yoiUiavfrkidney or bladder trou ble When writing mention reading this generous otTer Ju this paper and send your address to Dr Kilmer fttft 8 Co jiiiighianitou N Y Time regular fiftycent amid one lollar size bottles are of swampRoot sold by all good druggists Dont makt tny inistakc but rciuciitber time name wauipRoot Dr Kilmers SraiupRoot Hiid tIme address Binglmuiton N Y on every lx ttlc iy trn ntrjrnVe And wnnt is stUd or jsiau refers cf course iuequal if not In still mote accentuated degree to worn One of thecjuiscs of this rcmark rble arrest of did age lica undoubtedly Iu time increasing Indlgonce of our llne in healthy outdoor sports with belt cav free and worry free aban don The o cflakmal freeing of the mind rom the trcnuoiiallfc the de fermin ition tot a longer or shorter time U force biiRlnofe aiid routine In crests to the wall aiirtjflve up oneself without 5crupkj or narrow minded cop v ittlonni rcstnifat to the spirit of the sport iMloiJbtedly tends to liberate ctcer ci criluni IrlstlILe sttemmgt- hiir A4l iiLien Iiikl Brief A F OUS DANCER ilr CJ stni3mer Uattoit AVoii ItoynlI- iOKi rH b ti14 firauc liiCmwi iest twfe Wrtliriatopber litttot won his way to the losvl dian JelIorKip by his nblfy or agiiity In terpRk1orean HueaJlIe Jirit attracted the not tec of Queen lheaboth bj his graceful dai cbig In a mask at court lie heihtcfortli beenino a reigning fa yorila aud his promotion WItS rapid He was successively made n gentle man of the jaevas pHvj chamber captain of tlic board of jjentlciuei pen sioners DoCygtianj vice xliainbr huh hndn irieniberof Jhf pr ry coun cil This deliiht of tilt iucon to Iwilor liim caused much envy Oociplaint were ntteml that undJr time existing Kovbhiinent itothittg could be obtained y any others limn ilancerd and car pet laiiglits such as the Karl of Liu rtiu aiul iiister llattoiu On the death of Lord Cliancslior IHOHtlpy time iiuceji offered Ilattolf the grckt seal IKven while rbincellor Sir Cliriatbplier oxhibiteilbix skill ia lancing Altuud JUg time marriagu of ida nephew and Ijiir with i judges daugltter hi was decked according to file custom pC tho igo In his ortiiial mtbes anti wleiifthc inusic struck up lie lofted tham threw fluiti down on the floor niHl tiying Lie thorir Mr CMtiieallor danced 1Iii ineastir of time mtlmltMI festivity Jit JameH Gazette r iIgtte iVIttTry it yourself very rfojwly and care fuly until you aay if easily thou 3 Mw 1t along to your frtends lore Jt is Sheto stood at the gate welcoming iiilin In Ten to one alwrsou trying to pro 3Kunce the sentence for the first time will fumble it laughably Tongue twisting sentences however are good flopiitionaiy cxorcJti They give you otmtrol of your vocal organs so flint yoii can eniiliciatu properlj just iis linger exorciswi On the piano or organ gIve control of the lingers What an ImiMiim amoiiHt of ino ihanlcal jIlnic- thee does it require to oataliiiMli any ihing like ji close ayuijHitby between the brain and the thy ica1 organs tIunstIiIt of Srltlers Web Did you ever nitetiytspfclvrsArob on a wildly tkty If jw yon will note iow wojHlorfnlly It awoinihixlauw itself to tin awajlng of the twlg to vhjili it Is attached It te In fact elas tie uf tln very meat quality Were it- riot for Its elasticity ha pool spider would not long anrlvt The ttrat lucizi would reikl tliu silken rurolieH of tlit web tto ntoiot and tthe ownw Ktoc of now tMtiteral would very soon bo xImuHtrt l in repair and wnewala IJufihlos its olastleltr time aphlcrx WH Is very slkky a proiierty whidt xc counts tot the iwo wherewith It holds Insects wlion once caught Vtly iolU The politeat limn hag beau i iille povercd lie was hurrying afoog tint street lie other night when notlier uian also In vjolotit liswte rnaltpd out oft doorway anil the two collided with grout force The second inicn looked until white the polite man taking olilihi list said Aly deer sir dont know width of Is to blamo for this violent encoun ter iMtt am in too great a hurry to Investigate If I ran Into you be your pardon if yotimn kite nip dont Hientlbnit And lie toro awny with redoubled 5i5dCldCitO Journiiir CaVNO Pir Joy First Girl fproudly My tilde Lt Ovtici tiina w3tt yours was Soc a I mtmYe4 well yC vldc414I Lit The SPORTING WORLD The Xciv t olt Champion Eben M Byers of Pittsbnrg created a groat sensation at E glewoodx J recently by lila dofeat of fieorge S LVOU of Toronto Cauada in the finals for the national aniRtcur golf churn plonihlp The sfy1em of the players who con tested in the finals vary conulderably flyers baa n slow easy swing with a deliberate thought perfect follow thvougb his play with time wooden EDEN M BTERS XATIONA A2IATEUI UUliK CHAMPION clubs belngroa e Itself lie Is a clean cut pl jer and puts up a deadly short game sotting almost unlforftily good results tutu ida irons and putting witl great accuracy Lyon has great strength anti pimtp lot of It in 1Is wooden club shots driv ing an astonishingly long ball usually strnigiitLloymi time lmiildiO Ills work With the Irons also is clan cut anti few excel him in Judginsj dte tancos In midlron or mashie shots liyors was fornierlj champion ol Yale university Admit TiotcilFreitcIi StallIon Attracting the attention of many ol the best known millionaire breeders now in thUr vicinity imported feur yearold French thojotighbred staillou Adam was center of interest in the pndtlock of the Coney Islaiid Jockey club at Sheepsheiid Bay X Y recent ly when for the sum of 73000 thjs son of time renowned Flying Fox was sokl by time noUnl French turfmau Etl mond BlHiic to Francis C Utolioii ol Mount KIsco K Y Adam is it rich chestnut of line pro portions with apparently good iegs aid feet and taught be put lit traiitlug ill most at once If such Is the tlttontlbii of Mr Bishop He wa purchaged however to placed at the hend 61 Mr Bishops stock farm at Moiml Kiscj but In the dearth of good hftrtes on oiirturf at preent Mr BeliO may conclude to race Adam unless thehor should develop dome unexpected weak ness Adiim Js one of five stallions sons ol Plying Fox wWcli have been sold with In the blat year for more tiau lalf a inllltoii dollars THE BLUEBEARD STORY it Unit a MjtJiIcnl hutfcct TtiUn tlioluulcul Origin Time fascinating tory of lhluebeard has n mythical rather than a iiiytho 5lcaJ origin No one lisa found hie irtot3PC in the Voting or In lie phi tlMMjk or Roman authors Tha 8tor k stipposed to be of Iftemrh origin anJ it lisa even stiggested Unit Hltiebttard was no other Jlun the mid niarriwl Ilenry 1H Thero In Iww over bettor rtxinoft for hollering liiat tlie original was jlks doI iral iad- of Jllax who was inan4iMi of Frascc early hi the Iftecnth eeiitury lie was a liraTe soidktr whotw cx tolter in the waN between I2n la mi France are rjKurdixl In history AwordlMif to Mixeray lie murfleriHl Ida wives its HOI x5 hp tired of tlani 4itd WHS him elf ovetstual1ystramgltdin The atoty of Ijtval Isas however nott many MiliiU of reseuibbutce for there uo mentlon ot n key ins IDes d- oLaill mnereover iwetl tbooMco per sons ot boUt sot to liLt castle forthc sako of thor bkmii which he wanted for certain lurantntioii ltat lnduhotl 1n jW luawUif the story t Iw with oar Awn IIi ary VIII anti we are left to ln IVfv that whatever the orfiii the key sad SIster Ann wore mkkNl tor the awte of effort A variant of tlta tMT r Gile tiel Iavil rs toUl by ilol laxlHHl itt wlio e version lie name fa OiI deJJwtz tarquls de Ijival who llvei Irlttajiy yid was strangled artnl lMimd for the munler of lite a ven wlvsi Dr C TaykH it may adilfeU tigardtl the story 5110117 Cit ruflre or typo of ilk castle lohlH of th daytt at ItbtffliCorrautryoI MMiou ii OAK AND PINE TIlU VlllHO tllltl lKOflllllf VfVTI Hf WlMXlH Thu4lgt gfierMliy imssuu that oak In tins jaaimbk of hoinir put to the greatest AarUty of usca It is known 0 n mattef of fact that tiK pltte ibi really the west iweIl Oil nccount of its great abiindnn e Xifverthi Je the thtiber of tliuMk cniiiUines In Itself the uRwnHul oluments of strength and ditralililty hnrdHew nml clastlcHy In a flegrw whkl tither tree boast mmnivi l oil as n inatcriil of shipbiiiMlinc 9046 miporlor in miicii itect are cAblnetmnk lug canriiitf mill work eaoperaite anti imiutncrMUlp oilier pnri oiieA whilo Iho bark of great vnhio furnishing bui timid yielding n Cltter extract n eon tlniml demand for modfoiiml purpascs Ittit of mists for tin plno dttnlls Would bo well nigh endless limO HrrilKr Iu in vahtnblo In hou oi mud ship can ntry coiitmoii turpentine is oxtriietwl from It In vast quantities and immense sup plies of lr pitch resin lampblack In iiinnufactiife of mntclca niKl above all aper pulp thcniaanirs and teiw of thotisiiiidg of acres pf pine 1or esja nrc cut down every year and brjeftv tliu tlmlwr of this tree eanstl titmy its It dMB the chief materfnl of Ew fih Vmcrlonn builders many be said to bo mote nsotl than all other klmlK of wood put together Trie a the Effect of n Title AmoiiK ltw nelgiborj who a npyod Cauljrle liiaj perhaps gave him so much tr3me a the bjys wo playcJ nbant iii 11 luuse Tiej nwile uo secret of tlY Lii cf the J ij 1 To Cure a Cold in One Day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine TaMets Seven Minion bores sold in past 12 months ThlS SlgttltlirG phiT ana stood in utu ot VayleaYY when ho Welt abroad James who lid snvit part of time for the CiomnwI and who was at Carlyles house Almost daily was one morning standing on the doorstep of the houac In1 Ch rnc row TliftiHg to be let ijr whea one of these young iirchln came up to him In a defereii lid manner nntf touching his cap said Please alrj would you ask Lord Carlyle tj give mo my top Its turiibled obwn his airey During the niorningis work Carlyle omit Waylen chuckled toTcthw over the coffeiHftJoi7 title which the lad had crcateil for hts ciemy An Uncnnny Fltmt On time shores of Lake Nicaragua Is to be found an uncanny product of the vegetable Jifngdom krtbwn among time natives by the expressive unmci of this devils noo Dunetan the natural ist discovered it while waifllering mi Uw shores of the lake Attracted by cries of pain and terror from his dog lie mind tim animal held by block sticky bandit which had cliafed the skin to bleeding point Thce bands were branches of a newly discovered1 parnivorous plant which bus been aptly named the laud octopus Tho Iwanchcs mire flexible black polished without leaves anQ secrete a viscid I1uki j Vliere Vitil ZICIIPSCM ireflimre It a fact welt KJISWU to astron omers that the arcrsu number of total anti partlal eclipses hi any year hi four that tbe inaxluiuin Isj seven the mbiimnin two Where only occur they arc alw js bath 6f thp sun There are a gnjat many more eclipses of ttle sun in tb course of a year or a hundred years tiwil tliore are of the ihoou TUis uet notwithstanding Iiowever Ixjntldn tke metropolis of tin world seoras to be ii ririace where suet obstructions to tins suns light seldom occur A Keller 3la ch BrijTRSThat wa a narrow escape Uiidergate lied wasnt It You know he was just about to marry a girl when lie found ftliat SIlO si eiit 2i00 a yesu on her lreiats Griggs Ye halt hea inarrlf all thesamev MrIggt True but lie ilhhiit marrjr that girt Clriggi lie didnt Who dkl he inarry then 1 Driggs ilar resamnker Lon don Mall A carefoHy rrwald needle will flou wsertiu1ugll cetmrs the is iniKiriieavter than similar bull bl water iMtit f the Salllnar Craft It aecniR toiu emarkoil thr re tired at a captain Utttt such boats as tliosethe nodded at n flihhvg schoon er as lie spoke th twag coming Up tln Iwy wing and wIsaro time only raft loft nowaday that doiit have kickers in them or ie steam power In sonic way Of course canal boattit UM stoamit nowadayn every clam sic coiiilnx uj front tye Jwiwy coast lat u naphtha tiijIiic her all tIle ilJi f raen along our coaat who just v ott a daj ut a time dencodl on naphtha tiff get back to market ntnl nil tti c chapj veto uW to lunre aix rts h iv given lIiea Mp for notrrr boats Kvy big shut ofmtny tike sitt all iwis doakty enzluwj to get up nidi ami anchor mtil- o the old onig1nl AwqricMMs oior seeirs to I th orfyone left ihnt Atkk to xiH alone I wonder how lout It will lie bbfJHe UIP isjiii fKift wBl ft Ute je road Wlua rtey Co ow of tjv mot plcturivs jii UIars LROVU t6 spx wfll lucre passod i it It oxIst I t1i out C2tILUC Th Ri iijii tmeUw rsn win car it nlJys lhs Jaost ttuii sehtlmi- tt pm4fets1 1UI ii 2trm lmtitaer Is puat It a tII7 0tul It ditll tilt to t kc tLiLt Itd iU8amnt it t ce i i tom it tiZJDtI oUt of Itsiou t ilt saiu lnour oh the saiiio svviV tilts miln thew t Htop for tlivc fcoii years iserthete4iSUlm is tli ii4 Ja fart il 3 ebusptts folk rithcT resi ttt a ciianje kitiroi tOii The story told of oue Maasrtchuxctf rural tftwnln the old tlays that when it was prf xcd to put on more trains to BostOn thy luhwMtunts ubjectcd b collie they erM It tJHld be a task to remember the tltntts pfao many traiin irkiuf Ifor tire Tribe Portuguese Switli Africa furnishes an cxceHeutVxauple of coileojivlsiu as It works out Jn aprimltiTo society Every year tin chiefs of the tribes s4i a tiaiMl of their young men to the Transvaal todarn the Iiut tux for Ujej l tibe E tills arrange tnent tbej msjurlty of th Ml HVM In cmt Hhlk aHiiiall portica of tholr ninnWri work riulejrjrroatMt fin jtrriuiw tjfbcv niostlu attlt eeil of which tlhic tfuv return IHKIW otMtl fmnvjJtfr k Pr J r wt uf Ihplr Wpcfaqitw the chief for tlMi wof tbft GorInl tite LaIllu- lb nztk ii cie 5lteti atid Inia tic las Invaded ctolMajr making ini sucli tiji extent iHiiiii main p pio ihh a ir BWtill jWftJSy a ciniK pf or m IbsPorVahmg a stan In whlth the otttJs neither uicrital apr Uxliyi metrebail brt merely a frantic pfioit 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South and one of the largest plow fac tories in the world and has 8 electric inter urban lines XouisrUle is adty cfBEAUTI FULHOMESIits cIty property Taluation is 200000000 It has the erajxiest park system in theUnlted States and many mag nificentpublicbulldmgs sndchur hes and is the home of the WORLDS LLtNG COM MERC1AL SCHOOL Enroll ftt this school do THOROUGH work and youll nerer be In want of a ffood position in aboomter is terprising city thee LouUvDIa NOW Is tilt KY I DROPS icmEsiRHEUMATISM LUMBAgO SCIATICA NEURALGIA and KIDNEY TBOUBLES- MtfS taken internally rids the blood of the poisonous matter and acids wktok are the direct MUSM ot tbess dusissis AppUed externally It afforda almost la sanSreuleffrosipsILWkI1Pera5ISIcure blood dlssolTire the pouoawM stand and resaoviug U from Ua hills DR f D BLAND bd beso a sufferer for a s St yss wltb Lumbago and KhtuMrtl is Ry ar nd igsxd triedail ts rssdlsl M I issid Ktk rfrom medical work aad so oosislNd- withnUmbIrOCtkS besipkyMelsas b5SfSs4- notblnf thiS gaas tk rMM MaHM ny I yrtMrtfc it is myau for rbeoaatlMk sad Ua4N dn- iaoaFREE If yes are u5erisg sIt RbsaiI Neuralgia Idney Trouble or any kis dred disease write to ui for a trial tot of DROPS and seat it yoomU SDROH emb used i2Jieet st time without aeaHlrinftadmt habit as It Is setirti ftI of op1e soas alcohoU lattdaa aM ethic iiatU iDgredienu WAO N11141 Nfl t ISo Lak IItsM s14 Wny does tbe sun burn Why dWNK time mosquJto sting W yio yoii feel unhappy in the Good Ql Susssej Time An3W r Ve dont We ast DeWitts Witch Hazel Sal vje iiA tese iiftlcllls dont bother tts Lear5 to leok them ameyn the brJS toge4thIih- uie Sold by all druggists J1 uywucuRMak- osK and Rle4ds Rlit