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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yw SSf6 ttJ3S7ABLJSIII3D S J 1N1883tt r 0 Giss v v 19f i NEW SER1ESYOL XIII NO 43 i SPRINGFIELD WASHINTION COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 25 1906 jj- h 100 PER Y ARii 1 IDlt w F TRUSTY PRACTICAL jjc EENTISTit fOffice over Haydoh Barber k I eSIJeSI 7CUl DIRECTORY SPRlNGFrELfB county seat of WashIngton County 52 miles souin east pt Lxin ton 9miles fromj uisvilteioa Bardfrr branch of Loulsyille and Nashville railrcrad in a farming and agricultural district TrbBaks telegraph and telephone lines flxpressoffice flour mills lumber jJyarls PqpuationilOQ population of county15 Representative iu Congress Hon D fl Smith Hodgenville Ky Representative in Kentucky LcgJsA attire Hon W D Claybrookc Representative in State Senat Hon Harrr J ancaeter Lebanon KY County 9irectory C CIRCUIT COURT Circuit Court begins on the fourth Monday in February May dad Octo bertf II HThurman Judge t tR L Durham COmmonwealth At I qrney k tttobt A Nbc Olrk- tt 1M Q L eachman Master onmmiSS oner- QUARTERLY 5 F COURT to Quarterly Court is held onhe third iConday in each month m 1BI Litsey Judge i JiCOUNTY COURT r County Ccurt meets on the fourth VTonday in c4ch mouth ai B L1 Li tsey Judge f of l W F Booker County Clericii TS Mayes County AttorneyU I George batlett Jailer Sidney Osbourne Sheriff f- e Sam Anderson i HerbertEcdIernan Deputies Ed Masterst t James F Moore County SnrVeyot I T OBryan Assessor f W T ilitcheli Deputy t Robert Noe Treasurer M fJ Montgomery Coroner iT W Bush Supt of Common Schools P 0 Springfield t CITY COURT James Ri Noe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney j JUSTICE COURT Jnotice Courts are held in January v April July and October Church Directory i METHODIST CHURCH Rev G W Lyon Pastor Sere Vices on the First and Third Sundays lneach month atll a m and 750 pin Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer mt4ng every Wednesday aight CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev PF Bcnnessav Pastor Se- rI Tic s verY Sunday al 8 apd 10 oclock t am Services ol St Rose same bOUt CHRISTIAN CHURCH R v WT Wtldrn Fabler Stiii evey Sunday fEE 3BYTERIAN CHURCH I Rev T D ILatiincr Pastoi rrreachlnsr every Sunday at 11 am iindat 7 pm Sunday school every f sunday Bji 10 am Prayer meetin k evtry Thursday eveninsr at 7 oclock + g BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison Villii n ra Eeaching every Sunday at ia m r and 745 pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting I e vry Tnesdav evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Springfleid lodge- No EO meets first and third Mouday i ebeach month i Sf Washington R A ChapterNo 57 meets every second Tuesday Springfield Council tfo 52 meets ot verViiourthMonday JKancHTs of Tan 1 MACtIERslrIeetI FDLEYS KIDNEY OIJREWI- LLCUREYOUt t of any case of Kidney or 4S Bladder disease that is note I Beyond the reach of medi cine Take it at once Dot i not risk havingpBrights Dis iiease or Diabetes There isI nothing gained by delay- SOc and 100 BottleaK- EFUSCT CU T ITUTE8 ic r saC b Rdtro Dr g S r AA r i 7Tw 4 i THE NEws=LEADEl I a iWiW WW Ujlli UOO g f 01A ROUND OF TALK I 1i 9 S CJM qJ7 Q C M Moo t1HowJf i Of No Avail ypu cant Cutta caperhig hfantaS toic noclasticI ure outof themarch ic IfIf r this js thiagej when its mans0 mission v upsetsomejlong established grry tradition V Dont pe1lthe old old way Just Start jcat witha k And the nom ir fame that you wanted t willflje yqurs for many a day You must arm ourself ithsome sort of hammer For instance sniaslv all rules of gram marlYou should bellow out dont lien others say doesnt And When they shy xerent correct them wj1lt fwasntJ And past doubt some folk will say 4rt is much the better way the near lame that you wanted will be yours for many a day r Just uproot all problems arithmetical And start on a nthvtaclc ypoth tic l When four out of two Just stUdentSijgeti and swear that Qmc who will sayi Vell l have his way U11fdAifd the ne that you wanted will be many a dajr rDenver Republican RAVELiifd NUISANCES There ought to bs some law rid the country of these bands of traveling horso traders com on1y called Sypsies although they are bv io means Gypsies They are a nhi sance and a menace to the P Ice aud safety of ly cdmmunity At this tine the year tby are particularly n ey Uence and lastf week there t wet camps djj these tramps on very roa le u iyttch camp is compcsed of from six to a doze men ad as many women with jvicej as many chil chen and dbgs They camp airing the public roadand gen- era1ywithin nvetiient distance of some farl ers corn field and chicken rop t The meii are shrewd horse traders and aiv always on be lookout for a swap aiItbe fellow whO strikes tradawith one may ex pCtato get the worst end- o it for the ypsey horse trader isnt in the business forunHe makes his Hung out of it If these wandQrdwould confino themselves to the business of horse trading they would do comp rathetyt ittle harm but they are suspected of indulging in other and less legitimate pur suits Farm rs who live along the route ofthese movers or near their cjmphavesuffered the loss- f corn andlj other leed tosay nothing of tltfeir chicken supply pne day last week it woman who was a member of one of these bands of wanderers cameinto Springfield and ffered for sale a dozen nice spring chickens Iiishe had raised It iis hard tol beleive that these chickens had been raised in any other manner than from scale farmers roost at night Tnere seems to be no law to pre vent these tribes from wandering from place to place which there should be and unless they are caught in some overt act they will prpbably go on and remain a mcriuce to the country ITTLE JiTERESTIf there iis as litue interest taken in the coming Democratic State pimary election elsewherel throughout tic State as there iis here lit Washington county there will be a versinaIIvote ctlst The voters Ijre appear to be quite indifferent as to the out come and wedoubt ifare than a very stall pet cent of tile voters of county can name jil of the can didates fair the various state offices cr durse they know in a geneTatfwfiry that Becjkham and lsIrer3 are opposing each- other for United States Uetiator with1the iriterestiisfI have had Qtflyj two speeches here duiing the present campaign arM neither ode of these avon ed jOy pail ieular4nthusiasm1 he campaign is attracting attention more from the abuse each cacdi didate is heaping on the other tnhn from any raal issue f tf iJaW iWs 1 Salvo F PDwJiurtw SoNi 10Ione of Uple Reads fcvedings a proud father and moht r introduced them selves to the novelist and asked Sici llie could not h earttheir pro digy Mary recite in the morning Ofcourse Mr Readwoiildbe very glad to heat the future stir but was so sorrv that he hal ltoctttch the early morning train The father But the train doesnb go till eleven thirty Mr Read Yes I know that but I am compelled to take Jhe early morning freight aThefaherfreight and dont stop here stopforcatch it to get tomy next date The superintendent is an old ffrfend of mine I wrote him and received a reply today that he had Wired the agent that the tram would stop and to allow me to get aboard The father HI dont see how thai can1be Im the agent and nojsbdy has wired me1 M Read To tell you the tauth Im a liar Bring the little girl around to tin hotel at nine thirtyThe Lycenmite iJuctoiSii Hc Mi NolLiyo Peer fry Woodrefff Pr writes Aftei doctoring1 for two years with the best physicians iu Waytaesburg and still getting worse the doctors advised ine if f had any business to 7trte gTfrfrtty SJ f toitab onccrivs I could not pqsflbly live an other month as there was no cura for me Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended to me by a friend and immediately sent my sonic the stor for it and after taking tnrce bottle I began to get better and cniitirtlie to improve until I was entirely we1 f CORPSE WASHED AWAY Thrilling Incident of Years Ago Recalled by the i3 l j cent Heavy Rain loncerning the big raio off Saturday niL September 29 1900 followi g the distructive gulf storm which put all the streams in this county to a rcc orcll breaking height a report of which appeared in our columns recently a reader of tljie Enter prise has remarked the YainTall of Septernbtr 29 was a mammoth one and doubtless the county as a whole never bad such a rain before in the memory of the oldest inhabitants iif9 ever H had such a ore in its history but in mv mind is a noted ir stance of a down pbur of rain that occureJ on July 17 1801 011 Prathers Creek Vin1 the Western part of the county pt29lasttd greatly cnthaj occasion was Prahers Creek over whose course the waterspout traveled and what makes tne day especi lIlY memorable was the breaking tip of a fIK era party and the y ash ing ii way of the corpse by the angfy waters ldIhieen a very hot and sultry one and the burial of a negro boy who bad dkd at the home of Mr bve Grave near nay wick was set for the afternoon The funeral party compcsed of nine negrces anda portion of the family of Mr Graves StICharles church where the re mains of the biy was to be interred Thy had gone abouL two mies up Prathers Creek when the ran began to fall in torenis The nine negroes who composed the party and the 3j corpse were in a big farm wagon drawn by four Jlorses while Mr Graves and two sons rode horse back So hard did the rain fill that it became nvcessary lor the entire party to take refuge in an old schoolhouse near the sream The corps was left ini tie agon and the team hitchedi on the county road whichran neartie stream The rain fell m torrents and each minute it syemed t grow war 3e In a short whi o the watei poured in from the ad joining hills in such great quantities that the bauks of the creek were overil wed and the county road and surrounding bottoms along the course were taken posesaibn of byahe swift 11sf running waters to a depth dl nearly fifteen fqet The wagon corpse and horse were swep down the stream Sediog the great danger ahead from the rising waters ihefunoal party whohad sought safety inthe old llog schoolhouse left their place of refuge in tne midst ok the heiivy rain and bean to climb a hill whose steep banks overlooied the schoolhouse They bad scarcel gone and were not over ten feet up the ihill when the schoolhouse left jits base and floated down the stream Had they remained in the building two minutes longer would have perished The wagon was completely destroyed but in some way the horses after great struggles released themselves and were saved all of tHem going home after the waters fell Tbe corpse was washed frqm its coffi a and fund two days later hanging on a log near the stream two milts below where the schoolhouse sto d The corpse w stof llEn the third day from the date ol the terribe storm to St Chares and burr Ted Mr Dave Graves at whose home this negro boy died and who was with the par y when the rain came and who took refuge with them in the old scboolhouse leaving it just in time to save himself now lives jin this city on East lahi SLeet and is nearly eighty years old He verified this story and referred tto his and the others es cil p a lt 7 9J1 derf ul LIonCsof Matt Graves tthe old neiwo who iivesriar the depot and who is a great hunter Lobaoon Enterprise ITaipavcrs NQtlce Your taxes for 1900 are now due and the penalty will gopnS Nov J Under the new which recently went into effect after novemborr1st your taxes can not bepaid to me and a tux againslI1you by trio county olerl and ex ecu ld within tendays thertafttr making an additional cost to you- of 18 per cent Come before Nov 1 and save cost of execution andsale J S Osoourno Sheriff of W 0 aioolng b ProxY Anyone who lknows how llong It 11rmake h12 preilznliissry studk8 for apr trait mft y well twudcr how the fnshloJ utile wpujau of the savtel wprkl ever finds time to spare for the IOJIK nUll tedious sittings Tho answer to this problem is easy once you know tho rules of the game She doctmt lird tho time The arttat hits to get ovei tlintt by htriiig a model to pose for his ulttr for time details of the imintlng of the subjects frock and while the accoSo rles are being LrtiHlied in Unless the gown is an unusual ona the model hires ono of the sine cot and iiiaterixl as that in which the sitter Is to be ivprewMtiMi An all pink wtln for example Is alike or looks alike when the artist finishes s his iides of it Of course if the contuinc is a special one thp model lJtt to d u that for theI time Leiog Souit thnes fur a stnuillng figure Jin artist will drape a costiime over a lay figure but It he Is at alt conscientious he does not like to uo that for to him there is never the same fcelhig of life al out the set of drr perlcs But however he gets around iv there is one thing ccrtaitt uo society wpuiaa undergoes the tiresome ptttiji of posing for tIle whole work Nev YorL Press Is Your 0HairThats too bad We had no 1ticed it was looking pretty thin and rough of llate but naturally did not like to speak of it By the Yay Ayers Hair Vigor a regular hair grower nperisI feet hair tonic The hair stops fasterikeepst Hair Vigor cures sick hair makes it strong and healthy The best kind of a testimonial II Sold for over sixty years tLde byJ C ier Co eU1IoAlio manufacturers or A 9 SARSAPASlLU rilLS qerS t THE LAW I AGAINST TRUSTS t J N Saunders Thinks Will Interfere With Farmers Forming a Combine Below we publish a communi dUon from 1 N Sauuders Tor nfbrlyof this place itt which he gltveV a legal opinion on the t f uespon of faymers organizing Wo publish the opinion for what itMs worth bu are not inclined tJ fully agree with the writer Such combinations are already in successful operation in Kentucky and the law con t appear to ba outraged The io lowing is Mr SaundersMetter i MR EDITOR In jour issue or October 18th lin your article headed Burley Society you say Ant ther effort will be made this year to organize the Burle ttobacco rowers of Kentucky for tthe control of prices and tbV Burley Tobacco Society under tthe auspices of the American Society of Equity will make an effort to adopt in the burley district the same tactics that have succeeded in the da k tobacco Section of Western Kentucky If the Burley growers were or fganized as the dark growers are ifuey could hive raised the price of lite 1904 crop full t five cents per pound which would have meant an additional profit to th Jgrowers of 0852061 25 We believe vhat but for a series of unfortunate blunders on the part of would be orginizuS which has shaken confidence the ttobacco men woud now be orslganized and io a position tow comm irid goad prices Are you not ul vifngllluring n 0111 farmer fri nds on jib a pit b which they lnddip IOn May 20 190 in arswer to an appeal from U e agricultural communities of the State Sec lion 3915 off the Kentucky Stat utes was written into tile Jaws of the State which proyid s 11 any firm or individual or other association of persots shall create establish organize or enter into or become member of or a party to or in any wry interested in any pep truS combine agreement confederation or understanding with aiy other corporation partnership Individual or porson or assoeia tion of pf rsqns for the purpose of regulating or controlling orIIfixing the price of any merchan disc manufactured articles or property of any kind or shallJ enter into7becne a member of or party to or in any way inter ested id any pool agreement contract understanding combif nation or confederation having orits object the fixing or in any w limiting the amount or quantity of any ar ice or prop erty commodity or merchandise to be produced or manufactured miced bought on gold sbal be Of1consplrcy i for as provided in the subsequent esectionSection JJOXO provides as a pebalty for a Violation of this act a tine of cot less than 500 nor more 5000vor imprisonment in the county jjiil not less than Six months nor more than twelve liionths or both suck tine and limprisonment in the discreticn of the court cr jury trjhitfthe CilSO Sfeelioh 3018 of this act provide Any purchasers of prop erty or article or of any com modity from any individual firm Jg1pnnyol corporation transacting bus ness contrary to the proceeding sections of this net shall not be liable for theC price orpayraent of such article or commodity property and may plead rind rely on thU act as a complete defense to an suit frC suchril e as payment If witn such legislator upon our btatiue look some good honest firmpr who lives in dailf drt ad of corporations com blocs and trusts should join this proposedOIfilLfliZatiOil and urtijju he goes tto collect for his crop have ihe bUfer plead Sec tion 891b on him and get his tobacco for nothing Would it not be a caya of Chickens coming homo toloost And when in the heat of pass ion this honest outraged farmer C appealel to the Courts for pr 5 t tionJb t inst2id got 5000 aJ and 12 months on the rock pile Ould his neighbors say the lav had the Wrong So N by thc earP2 j V Jlf SAUNDERS Win a horse overworked it lus down and in other ways declares its inability to further you would sider it criminal to use force Many a man of human impulses who xvoultl not willingjv harm a kitten is guilty of cruelly when his own stomrch lli concerned Overdriven Overworked somethinghathelp the stomach to recuperate Something like Kddol For Dyspepflia that is sold by the Red Cross Drug- Store The SPORTING WORLD Joe Kelley Heard Prom Joe Kelley of Clnciinmti so baseball wiseacra1 say will bs manager of the St Louis Americans next season Kel ley Is chafing under the managerial re lOR K rmrtmlut ot Xetl Ilmilou just now He kvanfcj to cut loose nut be tire big bs ss lIh big stfdc oracAvhore Joe was not a success a Qinchi ati malinger Buthe is a great ont asainan batter and outfielder FrliccoltlcknriTex Itlilcard the lightGo1d field Nev may soou iijvade tilt p Istle realm of California anti run In opposltltm to the tight trust The mar wlto has become fatuous for raiaiuji 2000 In llftytito minutes may tnutch Terry McUoveru anti Jijnmy Iritt am pull cff the go In Vie luuil of sunshine Tho puts was stimulated byxr letter front Joe Humphreys manager of Tcr vy saying if a guaranteed 15000 purse was offered McGoycru would take on tho native sort InsllctJdng of Humphreys offer Richard said It lIs more than probttbiip now the NolsonGaijs fight Is over I will take up tire jrcGovcrnlJcltt proposition and take the Jight to tfallfoiuia I will guarantee tlicui a pitrse of IoOUp and take my ehauces on setting it back on gate receipts While we call pull off an occasionall big light Iu Goldfleld we are a little too far ron the beaten path to run two or the CDntcsts too close together aul for that reasau I would go to the coast with the fight and as San Francisco nurture hungry for n god mill Lwill give the big citY first consideration Quaker City flatting FIgure Follovlug are riilladclphla No ionalB batting avuragos Magee i77r Brjini field 277 Titus LOSj Lusjj 201 Courtney 257 Thomas 250 Glacson 242 Dttpm 230 Doolin 235 Douoyan 208 PIttingcr 205 Seutenc 200 DuggJeby JOT Sparks 151 lilchie 028 Team battlug 212 Third in the National IiThe Phliadcliihia American batting averages are Sojbold 318 Murphy 304 Davis 2SJ Bender 237 Hartael 3SI Schrcclc 272j Lord 235 Arm bnistec 2S3 Oldring 242 Coombs 228 Plank 211 Dygevt 207 Croae 204 Knight JSS Wflddcll 150 Pow ra 15S Coiikley 145 Lennox Team batting 248 Fourth lu Amen can league w ebtw J G r A 1 g I ttt 100 I BOLD ROBBERY Theives Enter the Home of andCf oney Clothes One of ithe boldest robbed sJ which has cccnrred in tills vi iin ity for years took pace Sunday Pt J jhiqintbej back of St Rose Tbe heivesf secured SOB in money and somei clothingIThe actions of the marauders were to sty the least unique The Messrs 6Dauel awoke from a sound sleep Qj Monday morning to find that their clo h ing which they had placedon chairs after retl roins lhenigLt before wasl nissing and there were evidences of the house having been cnered during the night The worst feature of the trinsac ion was the fact that the poclr1s11wast ODaniel s ou56 and Fon yjj ODaniel was fa Voser by the transaction next m rning Mr Watt ITte driving along the n iv a sh rt dirsiance Jrom the ODinrj id horne when he discovered a ple of cast off clothingl Th Lheivts hid stopped anldiscar lded thtiroVn tiothrswhi Lwer- erugdli nil dirly and bad avi grn1fDts110s mt e exchange Tuc couniy is over run withi b tramp movers and hors tra ilers ai d if is tbbughtibat them raudera came from one ofib numerous camps NoHcs to farmers ls j tofusehewip Now is the iirne t flourbn fg lholera Remedy you want to Heep your hogs free from disease We wilt seilyoti a g Jlon 6f this remedy youNNcan use it forth ill days and if it elves hot keep your I hogs in perfect health cluringr this time yol need not palar the medi proposiI5 per month for each hog and the IctS gahvin flesh caysed frprnV its more Ulan pays for tre covst of remedy s c JHVflon SprinfffieldiKy = Ey the Sail Sen Same old IIIPftHtfr As of yore Sw e old bratiMrs jj r i Ontthe shore rneslcLBy the band Sam rmtru1mees SaIM oM bites JSame oW pco Out o nlcMs Gzmy iwcdrn FreSftd m slAbs jLemOtale r r t sort efciUed cn bsr it Snirc ofavomn It ti its tms aIr t7 samtod xneitess At Veiywhere WsW slon StHJ- Sha Mito a Gocd Gutcs It was nt ttti afternoon tea anc the girl with a hind memory turnci1l cold as tO vaguely fnuiilmr women giwtcd ker cordially5 AvUile sIre atooi chatting with n friend An intr dactiorr wits obviously expected not to saw imperntIvch So stupid of ifte to forget your namen she umrmliretl smilingI linsiHbAhn6st returned the ther Its Emerson 2frnr York Press l H ooodOOOOOOOO QQOt Why Go Away giFi j To Buy Furniture when you have right here in your Home Town a v rS Complete Line aff fine furniture from which to make a selection It is no idle boast vvx 6jj when I say that Ican sell Furniture to home people vj and give better goods for less money than they canIget by gOIng to Louisville or elsewnere Those who tried it will endorse what I say I am now gettingein the biggest stock of 4 J Furniture Rugs Chairs Etcgr IIave ever handled a dI will make prices that8will move them GIVE ME A TRIAL s r 0 t c QIJ W E LEA CtIMANTH- EURNITUREJiN 00000 ooojOoOOQ f SUBSCRfJJON 0 o A YEARI lr tOn E 1 i AMAT7HROIHEALTH iir i L ppill L fti4KIN j J PomDER 1 1 Abiolutely PureA Powderfreephatlc acid II4SNtISUBSTI7ZITE l cdfl CRAWLS tMILBS ON 1IiANDS AND KNEES J Old Seldir hits rind a Black Picked 11Up In Ditch J3 iadiana Far From flomev4 b fJAfter wandering tour days through 1tbeexhausted James Hall an old soldier ofv Dunkirk lad aged seventyone- yeark crawled from Jay county to BlucUfofd county Ind then jfeli un couscious n mass of cuts andhrulses Into a d tdi by the roadside five uallcs 7 1 cnAwrwra OK HIS HANDS AND KXEE- SSpulhwast of tjii city stifferihg Intcncs ugjny from his Injuries and weak front inufgsr thirst and emposure lie was found by Orville Lytle a LlIcould whisper was that he would give anyone hISgoltl watch who Avouhl 0tt take him to the poorhouse Lytlo ilvcreil him to the Infirmary where 1m hf lDnukhkdays senrchUig for him it Tho old mails mind Is a blank riiiti it Is balievcd that ire will die from Ills jt ierrilri osperiQUco He Is believed 11 1 lanrejQrawled on lila hands and knees more thoun thirty miles n BIRDS CAUSEr it TYPHOID FEVER i Thousands of Sparrows Drowa hi Towiiii tReservoir r Startlbg iia j1Epidemic 1 Thecause of au epidemic of typlioltli f fever among tho thousand inhabitant of Three Oaks 3Iich was discoyerpd j when a uicmUer or the boArd of hciUlrdinibod to the top of the vateisvorLn j 0 tandpipc suit found the dead iioaicM I several thousand young sporrowsla various stages of decomposition C1t ing the surface of the water ImimSJf f JfemptyHundredsI of sparrow uots have Uediu I built on a ledge that runs around the1 jj- suhimit of the staudplpc ahd tbey0ulii dirds mire supposed to have fallen Julio the uucovcreiff standpipe while Irslnjc topy The covoV isiade for the stt llfpipe when Mt was constructed f uevcr put on There lire now twenty one c scs of typhoid In tIre town i PlId iiai1I Fo1ftr Jl UB rtJAll escape probatlyMjrecedentetl j In the history oC raIlros4Irg odcurred t near Penn when Tffusse tho tSfonryeflrokl son of ilr and Mra C g JhrIirier feU train tile window of t issenger coach while the tra waj tlrorty irriles nn hour arid wn l Jjij HSc etitp wUh only a few bnisea Ti hiBake tho luculent more remarfcablA bc u hcor tub chilIdJuped trtthe fn In his tiiXiety for his be artl rialao escaped nuharmed Mr awl Mrs with their son Russell WMSI n route to Iaua to visit wbea tiwvto cident happened 4 pbysl lwi exa lvIncd both fathjyy chlkl ai4 JenvX ronly n few brnl The fled StartI Jt The contracts otrbQt Del l t ff fr brorall Ch 11ftrncr Ewlngr pl rell Lobert Cfircoraft iuid Casrit tho CiilCIntltttlibhSCblt titib romulgritea4 r ti ese t Oeo Do MeVIIIt Is lMlkie1 the salary olrcr d hith rth iiIltl club If llo refts WIpHirwna Krst j pv er Will be itatlonod Jit soooa3 for 111 I lIu l IfeilaI I Ii iiI1I1 T1ft NEWSLEADER r PUBLISHED EVERY TJlUBBDAYIi AYCAR IN ADVANCEI J r rSPftIHGfIELD KY E L DAVISQN Jr Toctl or bi Blness notices 10 cents pe auk subsequent Insertion lUlU on GtIaddLes iud political matte- Job work Is done at low rates but cash d t jzU U tho 1ccd AoTertlalhg contracts made on liberal 4 erai y rtspccttat4 per line ANSOBNGIMEKTS 4 Caiity Mtdstnit es250j1 District Offices =t THURSDAY OCT 06 For Congress i We are authorized toannounc ML HEAVRINsof Ohio county as a candidate for Oonjfress r jm the Fi urth Coa T i5 iidnal dstrict on the republican tlcket Election November 180C We are authorized to announce T I Robert Noe as a candidate for the office of Clerk Courtkcratit party i rOOR1S71LLE f Born since our last to lbs rz jife of Djh Hardin a 8lb girl cc II hero win be preaching four 1 Sunday in this month at Ne Hope chuich by RPV Hambetor f Springfield Everybody iv iavited tto attend Marl cL a VVillishurg lasi Thursd y by ReV Simms Mr j JoinJHre to Miss Nettie Bob lit May evf TV joy be theirs is 1 ihe wih of the many friends ojcihe bride We are having delightful weather after the cold snap Emmett Settle purchased of Charles Ruby a mare buckboard and se of harness for 40 E A Boblitt sold his farm nryWilli2 750 t jJanuaryMiss Nancy Elm and Mis f Eunice Weekly wfre over t Bloomfield last Saturday shopOJ ping A good crowd from this pace aided county court Jay at Spirigfield llast Monday Mr T4D Sweel ev J oJl toxr Sl jTilay atd Satu day on lega business j Mrs Josie Settle tnd EOn Lev larfe visiting r laiiv s and friends kan Spencer county this week Il i4Mr Burr Hurap rey was in our midst itast wee pre spec iig for a home He iis now Lying rear Hunters Depot Several of our boys were over t near Woodlawn last Sundayto see their best girls Mr W lit Boblit sold his farm containing about 80 acres to his 18QQPoSess1on slare1tovhen iIa froTitof Mr Glu qs reside ce tn the Booker pike his horse bf came frightened and threw him cut bruising him up conc e a ly however no bones WcYe broken The horse ran tor Booker Station where it was caught by A W Eddleman and Fred Mann Mr Wak beld hal a clcsecall for his life but at liss reports ke was dorng nicely A wound above the eye required seven s itches to close We hope he m y soon rectver II ll CFr From Tile Planc Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughsand Colds that are so prevalent unless you take Dr Kinds New Discovery f r Consumption Coughs am Oi Ids Mrs Geo Walls of For cst City Me writes Its a Godsend t people living in climates where oughs and colds prevail I find it quickly endt them It prevents pneumonia cures la grippe gives wonderful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs strong enopgh to ward off consumption coughs and colds 50c and 1 Guaranteed by C J Haydojrs drug st reTrJal bottle free Forest View twosprigbtfyj lllVP e visiting Mr Boones sister Ms Nally a few days since Mr Water Smith and family visitinghWe leirn that Albert Blan i r seVerl rSMiS9 Maggie Hamilton spent icMoaday i ight with her aunt JrMrs NJAT on at Cecil v4lle 1frs Le Smith and children r tip lIt 1u 1day with her aunt Mrs PJUS Nally John OBryan ljrr t sold to j Lawr rice OJDaniel a nice sow for the neat sum of 25 Al Stiiith sold his farm to M rsh in Smith for 160JII Sidney Cbbbu tie a R nice li le ftrai of JaBlanford i A i w We are ignorant of th pric paid at this vdi gjLs Fun lay night sown sneac ing thef or thiosiS broke in the room at Mr den QDani4s where two of tfne boys were stepping and stofe their coUies iod in the pocket of one pair of pints th re was 35 end in the ther 8 Thofboys did ntvakq up Ttir carried the ilfths a shors uistance where hey cot the aiiuu into strings ind threw them dovT1hev byMrthe robbers Tlirereiire strolling bands all overt i e coonw t ito ing here and here Np e knows where and how they get oglatslaw to protect tlie peopie against giethisaswei p WsAoard This is to Certify lhat all druggists are authorized to refund your money iff Foleys Honey ana Tur fails to cure your cough or cpk It stops the cough heels the l4ngs and prevents results from a cold Cures la 8iippe cough and ieventspneumomia- and consumption Contains no opiates The genuine is in nrycJloxv pack Ire Refuse cabstitutc3 Sod fcby the Red Cross Drug Store llardcsiyi ScIioollrbiiKc r We ar having beautiful weaher now hdIhe farmers are bJsysowingjwheat Mr George Vion and chil dren ofMtZibn vshecl Mrs Eiiz Mitphell Sunday spentsaturday t plea ant guest oL Miss Otlie Parish Several froln here attended ra ounty cpu t lMonday itt J R Gray sold to Mr LShe lan on bay horse price 110 Miss Lucy Bflrlow spent S itt i irdayi Hubert Virgin and Clifto Pinel3roveMiss Sallie lTrent of Polintt vitedMiss IStjtiel Gray JSu urfdiy night and Sunday f nOli LookH l farmers TaKe NotiGR Bourbon HogCplcra Remedy is the s rep best hog remedy in the worJy1- Scit as a preventive arid if it does J keep your hbgs healthy and fr cI 1rline cent for the remedy Costs yourr nly S ceiftspeithorith for each hog nd the extra gain in fleshcaused iis from its use will more than pay for Ol the medicine TE IJ Taliiam Springs The side hf this community we are glad tto rep rm convultS cent Wis Maudie Royalty liareturned homQraltr a weeks stu ljlauJvandiviei a Mr Lei Satterly wife and little sr n Hubeit pelt lastt week wit her brother and sstcr lld1dlThe Sunday 4chobl nt this place is in ailounshlng condition and every body is invited tout tand Tue regular hour is at 3 oclock p mbut next tsunday pct 2J bemir the i egular preac i ing dav the Sunday schojl class will rhjcet at 10oClock a tn1 and t evii Ir go back to the regular time Mr Joe Burkhead spiell 9 bunch of 1000 poun lcd ttIe to Mr JMrt jv farm froln Mr Newt Den nh price 15CO MrsvlI1 Royalty an wife J N DuifV and Wife was the guestS of MT and rs Wi I1iiam Fotermti r CardwellS indsiy Mr Sila Burjth adand family visited pjiejativej near B rush Grove Jasfc StturJay and Sun day Miss Ekhel RcgdiSvisitnCl lieu parents of irM Ir from Frkly r util Sunday itTarejUOa wathhand a ttoothjiick Hyadiith Keep tliej bO1e CfEJ1 when iou have a ciU1nl useagboc remedy to allay thciinflammation of 1Ii mucous ttCfiThe bist isjCennedi s Laxative Honey and Tar It con tairidno opiates moves the bovels drives out the cold It is reliable and tastes good Sold by the I cd eros rug Store i fVallfey Hill jfA visiff r arrive fiom stork land in tile person of a 10 pound soil at the horn ofMr and MrsJ S iP Derringer on last Wednes day rheHnew papa iis veering smile tnt woat rub off Mr ttricl MM Benedict Janes pieSundayS G Tucker and wiife visited tlofi tllI nearspringfiPld BGoatley GoaflYwrohB irviitedI11rted Irs diugbter Mrs S T rwTii5 REPAIR SHOP Main S i4et next to Leach mans Furniture Store Prepired to do Flahiass Repairing Shoe repairing make picture frames mend guns pis tols sharpen saws anJ knive furnish sewing machine repairs fix your bicycle and clean and press clothes 0 j My Work is Guaranteed Geo B Taylorr Hartliri off this pace Sundiy and Monday T Mr and Mr R L Goatley visited relaives in town Mon xl y W R Moran Jr accompanied tliPoOaseyaurclay to visit relatives aLd gatier chestnuts 4D B TteTclix isited ivatves in Nelson Saturday and Sunday Messrs Morgan Cheatbam and Edd Pinkston of PoJii were ia our midst Prd ay Edd and Prank Janes attended the Bobleit Janes wedding at Willisburg Thursday Missi Susie Edgtrton accom bJ C Donalipe also attended the wedding at VVill sburg Mr and Mrs AYilliaui Guess who hnvo been visiting relai yes tP lin the past week have re nned to their home as tins pace MrH HTatum wjs in Lou isviUel tne tirjof the week in interest of loca iinvestments Hon Ben Johnson seems to have made a lasting impression n m ny voters in ihis section 3e is conservative talker and iJcidaesjnanv points qhite sati factory to bis hearers PH Tatuiii purchased ihree cow from Mr W P Moran for which he paidl77 W 0 EIf Mooresville eLu3 lothiflk your QoY was eased to lot a yearslabor by Jack Prost liowever J dare say had it been he a lot of gm nib mg vrould havebeenjhe effect Rear in mind brotheMbh The the one who loses and smiles bjjfer than lis vho L a A ilS ls f 7f iSjflnong those who were ent r lainedto dinnerMoi ty in lion gf Mr and Mrs John lane were Med itnes Jar L Moat of Lity Tbos Baker cf Hills boroN W Janes of tpring tild Messrs J L Moran Frank Janes and Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerion All rip port a nost ei joyable day and ae to the good health and hap pness of the newly married guest After many fragile Ptempts duriog miijy evnnings qf weiri spin toil ami Enrnosf pffovis tto mitarth the ccuse aj d ee t o Uos illnes biixzle HEad nt bisod her sOlution upDn aclua experioncp jfiiowirtff foil wel ashe does that luaut cliensej i- stle m st fatal ainon t miny al lotted minkiiid hiving co i traded serious attack of the self same disead- Lring i sj her early tweUks Clime again Prizxlc Bojd otV prfsonce is considered ah honoi to fcho 0 N 0 The Minid letter is awixvs welcome Your loyal FrifimlUjs0 MEN WANTED Somewhere near Spriagtield to assist us in stioving and sell ing propet ties No expericncr n c ssnrrotiJ jjvillirij f to let ts- teacbyouthietiI estatebusir ess Salary 60n mouth to hones innn willing lev dtvole part ol Ins time t4 this business Cobpbrative Land Co ArOrus Bd t tUnQC11I Minn Surprise Wedding VallyEli1k Correspondent M Jjhh Janes and Miss Net tie Ihblett a well known so ciety couple of this section surprised their tniny rliirls by driving in company with MiG C Donaho and Misy Sue Edger ton and Messrs E C ailti Prank Jares 10 Willisburg at which place they were quiety Hurried on last Wednesday by Rev Sims of that place Both of these young people are w kiidMi throughout the county and their many fiiends elsa where frill be surprised to learn of thej miri monftl verUure Health happiness and prosperity during their folurqllifc is the wish of the wrfcar and nil ex tend hearty congraluiations lJ ASoett Avon Ivy Says BAr hon Ho Cholera Remedy cured some hogs for me that I did riot think could possibly be saved These hogs were so MckvIth cholera I had said I votitdjnot Rive fifteen cents for the entireKtieanh Sold and guaranteed bv O J Ifayjon oLiiiEYCURElkcs r1L MOST USEFUE ROCKS t NOVACUIDo Xot Need Crnnhlnc Arc Better Ailaptcil to IlKht Truffle Titan Harder antI Toucher nock How to Ue Then In Road Work Cherts and nornculites are among the Host useful und valuable of ma tennis for road construction says Maurice O EUlridge in the Good Ildnds Magazine Aside from the fact that Jllo9tot them cement readily and vrenr well they cnn frequently be used without being first crushed and separated i process so essential to a successful road It traps granites or other hard rdiks are used Assuming that eosts2 cents per cubic yard to crush the rock for a road one mile In length fifteen feet wide and surfaced to a depth of six Inches consolidated the total cost for this item alone would be about 0 By the use or a material vhlch does not require crushing a con siderable saving can therefore be ef fected when many miles of road are to be built botbr SPKKADINOCHEnT MA7EUIA A IIOAD appearance lmJtvo rocks differ ma terially In their origin Charts occur usually in dint and Milestone forma tions and are generally believed to be formed by a chemical precipitation froii sen water Xovnculltes on the other handl are thought to be true Red linontury rocks having been formed by deposits of very line niatilalsIlt and tlldIII sei water ajid subsequently solidified The useful qualities Of 113I vnctilitua as oilstones for sharpening line tools are well known and are due to the hardness smoothness of this rock In order that a roul may bind well Ita surface must be composed of line particles of Hiiltable rock jvrhlch form bond If these particles are blown or washed av y they must be replaced or the bond will be brokcu anti the rokd will ravel When roads are sur faced with limestone or cliOrF a com paratively light mOle cnn be depend ed upon to supply enough binder to keep time road fram raveling For this renson these materials are better adapted to light trallic than harder and tougher rocks When hunk cherts are first spread upon the road they are sometimes soft brittle mimi apparently almost use Ipgg as a road material but when the materirt reexpOt Jn Jly C of traltic and tTiePi8ni7nts the surface soon becomes a solid compact mass r Cherts and noyaculltes are Invariably found In wlimentary formations The material is itlso found sometimes coin pletefy covering the ground sometimes Iii the beds of xtrennis and narrow val loys tfhtre It has been deposited by the action of the water and again In VKinkH stIll pockets on hlir afiaiTiiouu foundInovncu ites limy occur In angular fragments varying in slxc from about one to six ncu Where thasmnterlaht are found in stinks or tile beds of streams they are Jianionly railed gravel1 Crtek gravel ormeJ fioin chert jr novaciillte is istially of uniform size and compara lively clean while bank gravel iften contains earthy matter and fine narticlis of the sonic material The reek grave usually wears bestt but U does not bind so readily or form as smooth n surface as the mink do lwts Where both creek and bank gravel Is available good results can be obtained by uplift the former for foimdWiion and the latter for wearing ir blmifr course The writer used thin UItIH tnt Florence Ala with marked success f Where tile matorinl B plentiful anll where ntzd quality of banR gravel Is nvnllitljlo fur a binder it la unneces sary to go to trouble and expenae of cnttlnjf Nit a subgrade or to pi pure eiirth shoulders as done for tvgnlar iiMcudHin If the shoulders nrr i1ispemmstl l with however It Is ab solutely uMUMttinl that the surface course contain a sufficient quantity pf goodI binding material otherwise the bond will soon be broken the material will spread sad much of It will evemi ttiHlly Corced Jr washed Into time side ditches Time roadbed should of course t slhSIH1 with a road machine before thejtmterial placed and glr a slight crown of from threLIIgh Ihs to onelmlf of inch t the foot from Ute center o the sides The founda tion liotiUU ton be roiled and mate rial for tile litit course HprcMil In two layers and rolled and sprinkled In the 4tuttl miitMior Time spreading of time liiMteriNl can lw accomplished by the or roNil iiiftchluc provided tin gruvel la not toi largo Hie totil d1Ilh ufrfAalerfal may vary fJin four to nine Inclu s the center as soil Hiul trAUk nmy re iuirc and gradual ly dimlnl li In thickness to what is con iiIy cAlled n feather edge att theMkles If the jno t approvedl math ml ts folh wi shouldersl should be pro vided to huM tlH immaterIal In place TIme iiuiteriHlt Altotild thenbe spread uniform Itfifth from the Center to sides A debt collecting agency which L run as UHftrt of thff regular ptibllc postal systQin is the newest Improve tiicHt of postofilces of Austria Duptye the novelty of the enterprise the plan lins wprketl admirably so Ihnt many thousands arc collected an iually by the postmen throughout Austrian empire Few people probably suspect the ex tent to which Switzerland figures ftmong the silk producing countries of the world which so far as EuropQ Is concerned have always been supposed HUe Franco timid Italy But Switzer laud exports annually silk to the valiio or about 20000000 nearly all going to European countries Motorcar reliability trials were held In Scotland recently and the drivers ere astounded at their reception nong route In every town and village the women and children lined the roadside and shouted enthusiastic JI wilcpmes Sprays of lilac ai d other flowers were thrown Into the cars as they passed and Invitations to stop ucre given THE TAMPING SY TEM Nerr Prore in Road feuding In Southern California Two California coihpaules have aI IItheIl lllmotorIstslll completed troUt time Soldiers home to ward the Pacific ocean north of Santa Monica that has In the judgment of experienced road builders an Impor taut bearing on road development In California says Will S Little In Good hands Magazine It dllters from orI dlnary street or road oiling In that It Is a veritable construction of a street out of natural soil with the use of oil erollikeis so Inexpensive as to be practical for cDun1tryi This new road Is a ICO foot bbale yard with a width from curb to curb of sixty feet The road Is a sandy loam with some admixture of blue and red thy slate and gravell Is graded and plowed six Inches deep and Is pulverized with harrows If Itls very dry n small amount of water Is sprlu kled on and mixed in so as tD make It workable Oil la then applied at the rate of one gallon fa the square yard and cultivators mix It iu to the depth of four Inches A second galloiuof oil to the square yard Is then applied and cultivated down to six inches The oiled surface Is then turned under four inches deep with a turning plow Up to this point the process does not ma terially differ from that In general use where careful work is done In mixing the oil with the soil But the next step is a radical departure and marks the beginning of a new era In road construction The process next succeeding this in time common practice of road oiling Is time rolling of the road which crushes down a thin scum on the surface thrit later scales oft aiufsieaves the road full of chuck holes Bnttwlth this new sys tern the next process is oneAf tamping A cylinder about ten feet long and six feet In diameter weighing about 5000 pounds and furnished with rows of that headed teeth Is lhauled back and forth slowly tamping the oiled earth up from the bottom to withhi two Inches of top When the tamper first goes over the road It sinks the teeth which are six Inches long their whole length In time soft oily earth but by each rolling or tamping a new layer of solid asphalt Is plastered On tile bottom mind the cylinder rises a little out of the mass until when the tampingM completed the mixture so solid that time teeth no longer sink In There is a vast difference between merely crushing time surface of an oiled road with a roller and tamping six inches of dl from the bottom up That ditTcremv menus greater endurance for the tamjjcd road When the tamping Is brought to with in two Inches of the top the road is re graleqP0dl the last two Inches of loose surface soil are cultivated and given another giHoqjgfo tatlie squareTardJJ ltKCJ three galloii Tt uie squareIIyard nil applied warm so as to sprin kle freely again the cultivator anti then thetumpcr this time worked untli It reaches the surface When the tamp Ing Is done time surface Is a little un even frotn the marks of the teeth but that Is taken out by a roller weighing two tons per twelve Inches of tire A more perfect surface can bejobtalned by a slight sprinkling of gravel before the roller Is used This work costs about 10 cents per square yarl Time cost on the ordinary street where no grading Is needed would amount to about 30 cents a running foot of frontage Seyetal streets in Santa Monica Cal have been constructed by the tanplng system and they have shown almost perfect endurancp One In particular has borne heavy1 traffic for over two yenrs and Is now practically as It was when originally laid Slnrklnt Country Ronilii The talk of a general naming and marking of country roads ought not to be permitted to end In talk says Motor News ft Is tootlmportant that high ways In the country should be carefully designated anti suitable guldelroards erected and maintained by tin proper authorities Such aids to travelers are mot needed of nurse where the roads are most used especially In the vicinity of cities It Is there that the highways are most frequented by strangers tQ time localities whcrathe roads are often permltted to go unmarked In these dhys of many automobiles mill much use of lnteriulan and suburban trolley cars an ever Increasing number of city dwellers are apt to take outings within fifty or sixty miles of home They find unknown and unmarked roAda n draw bitch to the natural and proper enjoyment of tIe country Road Improve ment Is a Jig subject In America It Includes such comparatively small points as Mad n1lne and road guide lioanls cheipi aIcl easy Improvements neglected for no grid reason To Improve IliiuilN liy Liquor Tnx It h announced that 0 vernor Folk of Mlsifdiiri will ask next general fwesnbly ti PmIsn law to tax therctall liquor Interests for thai imrpose of lau proving the highways of the state Ills plan qntcirplntcs making caclj snloon py a stHtcHaiise of a year the mount thus collected to lw used In building Kood ronds beginning with two prlncU aI hlgliways across tle ttateomme from Knjins City to St Louis and tile other from Iowa to the Arkansas hIm China Iu 11 nc- T reporteslIhntto ilcs of macadamized roads have been onii eted troujid time city of Nankin Meet For Him Theres n iiew young man calling on Miss Maudcf thus evening said thetoxI terrier and he seems real nice Yoj I heard her sy lie was nice enough to eat replied the bulldog ou the lawn ThatH what Im waiting for =Houston Post One Womnjiii Way Bank Cashier Youll have to be Iden tlfled before I can cash this check madam ThoLudyl can Identify myself sir Bank Cashier How pray The LadjvWlth the aid of a mirror Boston Transcript v r IDlnlnntlonIBacon Tlia autlior of that nsw novel has n wonderful imagination Egbert AVhy have you road the book No tint he said that 10000 copies of time volume Dad been soldYou leers Stafeaaian 7w IlIDE TIRE LAWS Wliy They Are Needed For time Im provement of Ilomlf- tla nsItime state of New York as well Iin other states many of the practical users are asking why there are no state laws making the general adop ton of wide tires on all wagons built to carry a load of a ton or wore com pulsory It Is a well known fact that narrow tires carrying a heavy load cut the road surface making ruts thereby letting In the yater which when frozen iresults In ruin to time road says time Good Roads Magazine The use of wide tires on the other hand through the constant process of rolling is a benefit to the road In foreign coun tries especially France which enjoys the proud distinction of having the best roads In the world the use of wide tires Is required by law CnctIthat wide sire bills have not been more generally adopted In United States exptl1l11turelofmoJey wagons ajid as these wagon ownerj are voters the question would become political and n legislator would not dare vote for a law which would comjpel his constituents to spend money buying withy tires for it inigllt Iriean thAt he would not again be elected to office Such a sltuatton Is of course absurd Nevertheless no extensive liiiI proyeinentofj the roads should be made without the adoption of a wide tire net Cutting up and destroying the highways constructed with the peoples money nt great expense In a wanton waste anti wide tire laws as a pre ventive measure are absolutely neces sary PLEA FOR GOOD ROADS EvJI EfTcetH AreiofTIme good roads Idet hu cpjic to the front for popular dlcujMioi very em phatically lately mud M the subject of CtlJjtorIulRepublic Good roads mean increased population amt business to the citizen mill new Improvements and increased taxable vealtlito the state nut my intention In this couununicat tlon ins not to set forth my own views hut to speak for the dead hy quotation I wish to add by revival to the literature of the subject a power ful paragraph from the now silent pen of our former bright and talented towuswoman Kate Field I clipped It some twenty years ago from the pages of her national weekly hcreIIthvirility and Impetuosity suggesting roads further usage to the advocates of ItSjj Why these raving lunatics and driv cHug IdIots Because bad roads pro j vented then from forming companion ship when young because bad roads gOOtllscroads Imprisoned them half a year anti mantle church and newspapers wellnigh Imnnsslltlnr h JJSC tlir ltl1glv LU IutiUi Trom teaming how to cook and what to eat Time Good noad rrdbcm In a rccl1t1rtIo1 on the abQve sub Jed Colonel Albert A Pops thus calls attention tt the effective work being lOne lr Massachusetts for improved highways Methods of procedure in various Stat 03 have differed I like verj much the plan adopted by the Bay State In accordance with oldI complete sections of state roads Sbeen built in the various hleIthat they may serve us object The state highway commissioners use oval talent and local labor as far 9I possjile in building these various bits of suite highways and they thus train upWinauy parts of Commonwealth a goodly number of road workers anti road supervisors The vhrioiw sections of state hlrhATKys are parts of a care fully studjer plan to eonnecf large dUes nail towns throughout the state and also to unite with niuT form n continuation of hlshways In neighbor Ing states FACTS IifFEi LtNES The diamond Jn sufficIent beats wjll burn like n piece of iharconl Benrls are liabld to taxation In some Japanese vjlla = en The origin of the curious ciistoin Is unknown Unslaked lime Is useful It preventing rust because Outs estntofiInary ca paclty for absorbing molstury Beautiful bronzed mind allojs cnubc obtained lby the electric deposition of nietals suitably c6uibincd fo color cf feets Onoj f the inbst prolific fishes Is turlotv The nUl1lh r of eggs In five specimens cxahilned bOIa scientist rc XXX ceutry varied from u000000 to KOOQ IXlW South Wales is just two and a the size of the Brtlsh isle Queensland iseqnmti to three tlpies time Ucnnan empire and Belgftun put to gether Time Cathedral of SL John the Divine now under construction In Jxew York will when completed ranlfi fourth In sbcr among fbe worlds jeatlfollhils Only St Peters In Komoqhtl the eft thexlnils of Seville and Milfln Will sur Jprss llilr massivcneos Thtf street of Nottingham England are sprinkledI with waiter in which chloride of calcium has been dissolved land are therefore dustlcss One drci Jug every three or four wcoks Is cnqugli ti keep them so even Iu hue hottont eat her The cost Is very small Vnthln the narrow flnifts of the city of London with Its mere handful of Iriltllntll01l1 suHlcont to people n provIncIal tovirtrthere tire still uo many churcLts that you might worei chip at a different one every Sunday of the yl ir wltlyput nutting foot Inside them nil j I The city council of Birmingham Ilngland has increased the number of wcjnen health Inspectors from four tD twenty because dt time excellent re suits achieved In the home of time poor and In time factories In the same city f the tpDlIeemeii have been taught the principles of first aid New York city consumes nearly 1000000000 units of electricity per an num while London wlth nearly don ble tIm population consuines not more f than onefourth of that auiountv Tim consumption per head of population tnfNew York Is stated tqICi 2 units against only 42 per head In London By a somewhat prlnm1tie system the town of Thompson IFall Mont man ages in the hottest weather to keep rooms at a temperature of Iw degrees AVc4Ls arecovdrcd at the top and large plres tap the curient of cold air a few fee t below the surface of the ground conveying It to differentt rooms In nearS bj bnlldlnsES w 1z tI I I LET ME SHOW YOU NoAV Some of the latest Fall Styles in SHOES and HATS 1 and GENTS FURNISHINGS yt HATS Ihave the most correct shapes in hats The f wes qoiiLeads th m JI 4 A variety if shap s and quQ ityard full assortm nttp se Itct from ii IN SHOES tJ I bar time llatest styles and in i SEmIl1efGr lraLdROS 9 TYLE AN3 ff COMFORT ii 1mlkeiTi1 tdress occasions mind l for rough wear 1 Come iin and select a F11j arid Winter Suitimade to ordeiromall wool goods at from f65O io S45 Guaranteed andW1 All the i WinterUnderwear IFWT LBACHMAH Mens 1utfitterrL r = 8OOOO p OCKXKX ooo35r 1c Attention Horsemeae Jrr j orhorsesAIdesire o all those g j 8 8 them Horses Thebestorattemion TrainM to S ddiiiiHarness hands s g Q r I will have the Pair Gronnds and tLe trotting track Q8 bs been rebuilt and put in first tlass cnh1lhIoaQ 8 Breaking Training Buying an Selling gWi II be my business g v L Do BAKER 8 ooodo 00006 O OOGOOOOO H ItS The fr thee Time Flies MC I Is an old adage Its a big ump though from the time of the first clock to now Bridge the YOUIThe Elegant Jewelry is what you find theyear round at my jewelry store My new nl refect nrj leirg cxierthistl ctfrg a n cry stcclc Tomay 1 money buy train me t t James J Graves J L Allen X M Tumey J W Rgeiiin Blue Grass Manufacturing COV Manufacturers of i i Harness acfi Strapp Work i 7 = J We are especially prepared to do oalE kixiirepairing to Harness Saddles etc i 4 Mud Made Harness a8 Special T i V Z1 Ibb Wall sieetNear the Depot SPRINGFiELD JCrVT tW t Fjfl S EaLv Riser famoUS Ktllo piHt t ORkN6S NfW DtsCeft 1 will SUfJyS4M net iL JHE NEWSLEADE I PUBLISHED EVERY THQB8DAY SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE p SPRINGFIELD KY 0E L DAVISON Jr t The Candidates Daughter t Her lather was a candidate His daughter was niy love Her face was morning light to me 4 iHer eyes the stars above Her father was a candidate This much is worthy note She came to me all smiles to state JPaneeds the floating vote My dear I said you cannot get This floating voters vote Without you givehim something first To make this votr float Something to lift him up from earth And spread his joyous wfng stacyVhesing The rogue political she saw 1 tlean through my anecdote Arid blushed a bit and archly sighed So you would sell your vote Her father was a candidate ire needed floatersbad j HushfAloysius Coll in Womans Borne Companion for November Boone Trees In the good old days our brave pioneer ancestors wore buckskin clothes trimmed with long fringe or fur and for weapons they carried long uilles with barrels I 1 made off imported horseshoe nulls the wooden stock trimmod with brass and ornamented with eagles coons deer arid other objects cut from shells and set into the wood They carneJ long huntingknives and buck sknor Jether bullet pouches often beautifully decorated with pat ems of colored porcupine i quills ad glass beads or made o some expensive fur Their 0 powder was carried m cow horn powder iUsks scraped smooth with pieces ef bpoken glass and twititheji surface engraved in rude designs of suos moons stars and figures of big gameI In the leather belt which enI circledthe waists and belted inI the wanius they carried trusty tomahawlcs nd like their neigh hoS thoredskins many of the picturesque old fellowswere ex pert in tie use of these little campaxes as weapons of ofI nseI and de1en5eIWEAPONS OF PIONEERS The great Baniel Boone lIifself carried an ax of this kind and the trees he blazed with hiss tomabawk to mark the bounda res of land were so well known as Boone trtes that in after years law 1liti were decided by the identification of tbeblazedI boundaries fcstne ones wade bv the stroke of Boones tomahawk illan Beard in Woman Home 4 Companion for November Increased in Value rAn investigation by the De partment or Agriculture shows that mce 1900 the farms of this r country 1rdiumin quality improvements U have andjj in value 335 per cent a remarkable increase but it is not uniform The greatest per centage of gain was in the South Central group of States 403 per cent Bowed by the others in this order Western group 402 I per cent South Atlantic group 86 per cent North Central group 33 5 per cent North Atlantic group 135 per cent Washington county and Ken tucky come under the first heading Many causes are assigned but the one general and principal cause is tIle improvement in prices for thel products of the fatmsv In tthe South f where values show the most advance tIji5ii due to the higher price of cotton mainly Elsewhere to better markets for grain and the products which are made from grain including meats butter cheese etc But with all the reports or higher farm values come some that indicate a continued decline andtho reasons for this are familiar First is ihe migration of farmers to the cities or towns throwing too many farms on the inarket Next is the scarcity off labor which is essential to profitable production The investigation shows veryc clearly that f irm values have improved most in sections that are devoted mainly to farming suqh as the west and the Suuth athat the other sections gain more slowly and some of them actuall ly go backwarjl The increased in farm values and the stability of tthese values evidently depends very miich on the spirito of the section in which they are located AVhere this spirit is agricultural the advance hasr been greatest vhere it iis indus trial the advance has been least Aod thisihas been true regardless of the productiveness of thet laod to a reat extent l Yerkes Talks Ititernal ReVinue Commiss Bionerthat great resultTfr9nJ the action Kentucky Demoratic goodIiIIIiII inb wi dr call for t et primaries tJOn that in order to Vote at hose primaries a clan must declare publicly bat he has just voted for tbeb Democratic candidate at theM regular Congressional election The Republic n State Comh mittee won a big victory when Itt forced the democrats to do tnatt by finlmg an iinjunctionj suitVaid Mr Yerkey today Pheh Democratic proposition would have abolished the secrrcy of theS Australian ballot Now a pemC ocrat can vote Republican Congressional fafa in Lout isyille for e withput disqualifying hinJself to vote in l the primaries of his party I expect we will gain under this ystem We shall press Jhe suit againsj the Democratic State Committed to force thIll selection of xmother date than l the regular election day for the pYiniaries Washington Dis pItchet fw AN EXCITING CHASE A Smooth Stranger Jumps His Board Bill at the Walton and Escapesto the Tall Timber tl A well dressed stranger blew iin at the Walton hotel late Wed nesday night from know one knows where and as suddenly blew out again the next morning without stopping to settle his little accouut with the landlord His departure however was marked with some exciting features in which an officer of the law an irate landlord and a long chase across the country were incident I The stranger registered asI LfHarres Cincinnati and his conduct on the occasion of his short stay in Springfield was mysterious He evidently walk ed to tzwnfrorn some near by point It was after midnight when he made his way into the Walton hotel and aroused one of the guests by pounding the all bell on the office Counter Be was told to take a room after lleaving f call fdrlate breakfast The next morning ftr eating breakfast the stranger strolled about the town a bit and soon strolled off jn the irection of yalley Hill without the formality of registering off at the hbtel He was overtaken n the road by Mr J E Shelby whogavethim a lift in his buggy s far as Mr Shelbys place a mile or so this side of Valley Hill station He also caught a ride part of the way with Mr Jim Montgomery To both of genteinen he told a hard luck story of being a traveling salesman put of funds He stopped t Valley Hill and sig nifiedhis intention toMr Tatum the agentttof taking the train tto- ardstown In the meantime Mr Moss propnetpr of the Walton hotel had got iusyanc11 ad dispatched John Grace on he noon train armed wiha warrant for the gentlemans arrest Before however the officer tried the stranger had ecome alarmed and had struck out on the road for Bloomeldt r Moss and Joe Bishop left erein a murrey shortly after e train expfictins fri convey the officer andl his prisoner back totown They arrived at alley Hill to find that the man ad gone on and they with Mar hai Grace in the vehicle gave hase The fugitive espied his pusuers and left the pike aed took literally1 to the timber He was seen last inMr Ed Kelloys woods where 11Cwas lout sight of Telephone message was sent to Bloomfield and other points along the rOute for officers to be on the llookout for the fugi live and on Fridby morning a message wsLreceivedi from t marshal at Bloprhtield to the hej fect that the stranger had been We are showing the largsst and best selected Stock of Goods we have ever shown including a a great variety oftthe new effects iin Dress Goods in BROAD CLOTH SERGES RLA1DS CHECKS GRAYS Etc f a Dress Ginghams Mercerized Plaids Mercerized Satines Etc I putinggS 7 12 10 12 12 15 and 20 Cents Flannelletts 7 12 IO and 12 12 Cents 36inch Percales 7 12 and 12 12 Cents SHOESi ITTl1eFethas been an enormous advance in Shoes but we are pricing them I Ith aery small advance and have the exclqivesale of t Rnpp od orfDittman Cos Wonipns Fine Shoes 2 50 3 504 Sraths iterlmg Fi e Shoes for Women r 2 50 3 none setter j W L Douglas ohoes for Men 2 50 3Dnd 3 50 ilj iw E Douglas Shoa for Boy 200 and20 Jrf Kneelatds Finn Slio for Men 4 nnfl 5 T j The Shoes for Boys We defy competition on these Shoes for vear 1IC 1 THE MLEAO1 taken in to custody Mashal GracedtCnL ccwn for him on Friday and brought him back to- facetbe charge A lBii Mflteatb l 70 My mother has suddenly been 1adefoung at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Fitters which have completely cured and re stored the strength and activity she had in the prime of life Jt writes Mrs WLi Gilpatrick of Danforth Mev Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver and Kidneys right purifies the lilo6fl cures Malaria Biliousness Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve onic Price 50c Guaranteed by CJ Haydon druggist t The Great Corn Crop of 1906 Redding recently some figures that have been prepared by the Santa Fe Railroad relating to the Corn Crop of this year it occurrcd tous tbat this would be interestihg The fig ures ate as follows estimatedjati itlweret to form pyramidsrit would make 76 of them each 451 feet high and 750 feet atHhe bise If shelled arid sent to the elevators t t q1efulltributicn each as great us Chicago If put into cars each cOl1 ill n ing J1000 bushels the corn would require 89000 trains of 30 cars cacrT to carry it tomar ketoPutting two trains tamile they would stretch 15 times across the continent or twice around Ithe g obe at the Kansas parallel V There is nough of this corn to supply every lining person in the world with two bushejs Even after this countrys own YtprovidedYt ushellAtprescrop would be worth IjSlO 000 Allowing a decline 4901 cents a bushel in the price when thelvaluewould be 10 2001X000 If an article la imitatee the original is always best Think it over end when you jjo to buy that box of salyc to keep around the house pet Dc Witts Witch Hazel Salve It is the original and the name i stumped on every box Good fpr eczema tetter boils cuts Iud bruises and especially recoramendcd fofpOes Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store A Unique Judgment A dispatch from Glasgow says The HonVr Porters while iii Burkestille last week procured one of the most unique judgments ever entered in a Kentucky renldercd Bramlotte as Judeeof the Cum berland Circuit Court and after ward Governor rf Kentucky In ftillit iiPS follows Geo Spooi pain iff versus versus Tabi hiSpj n defendant Equity The prayer of the petitioner has as a savory in cense ascended to the Chancel lore and hauing endowed nis ear to the doleful complaint and sad bereavement the petitioner iiF 9f the opinion that plaintiffi was awfully inoonstri ken at the end of the vale when the moon was pouring into the arth her most silvery beams and in the strength of his lunacy he madly converted the defendant on whom every goddess did set her seal to give the world assurance of a woman into the most com mon of all kitchen service a spoon And having broken the handle andlost the bowl he now desires to be relieved from keeping bright and free from rust and canker the instrument prepared by himself with which to sup enjoyment But the Court is of the opinon that there is metal and dross enough to make two spoons and therefore orders arid adjuuges that the de fendant thaithamarriage bonds dissolved and held for naught and that plaintiff be restored to all rights au d privileges of an unmarried mari and be henceforth one spoon and defendant another that the pjaintffi and- defendantbe no longer one but two separate spoJnsf lYisesltbestorms of life alone and not dip his spoon into anymore trouble All Abcrat n BopU i will you please take that book of this scut Vlint forV outI Id like to sit dowa here Leiity of other seCts iu this car an thell tot Vos sic but this happens to be tiiR omI vnnt Juito i IHUBc t win ypn take that book but of this soft t uYou N8sar wIll uoU t will not tojpilel 6f Jnotlier Win PMUW eI OIlftInorem ydu take that book out of this sfitV more sir no t xheii Ill thro v It out of the win lbif 1SoXajroo iniflit got younelf Juto twwfcte By I wmtofropy the Irate passenger pIckdip UKioffendhig book and hurl ed iIII thrbtt li the open window Kow sir he demftudml what are yo going todo about It JCctUinjj The hook tant mine IIloofllook for tChicngo Tribune l r IInj II nonvy rat mot nitrogenous foods such as Ut5e n ual nniiual meal etc anti this itMluce thpui to grwv a new vont of fIJAWt before the cold weather catqltas them In a half nude condition Insurance Insure in the Farmers Home Insurance Company of Junction City Ky the only company in the State that makes any claim of paying its losses in full lYc PRICE OF TOBACCO Will Likely Reach a High Markon Account of Damage Done J The frost last Wednesday night wrought destruction to tobaccoall over Central Ken tucky David Chatham lust 7 acres of tobacco Major Castle man lost 8acres J P Chinn 8 acres Brack Bonta 6 acres i Champion Bros o acres Grover Kyle 5 acres Glave Geodard 5 acres and scores of others lost heavily by the freeze In Washington county acre after acre was ruined much of it le lUg already cub and on the sticks in the fields In Owen county the damage done to to bacco was estimated at 100 000 and nearly as bad in Shelby but tobacco raisers who have suffered damage to their crop on account of the excessive 01rackThe serious damage will at all events cause the uninjured portion to bring better prices A well known tobacco mart in speaking on the subject said lam quite sure that batter prices than those expected for this seasons crop will pretuil in tOG tobaccj marke on account of the shortage due to the dam age by ram and frost so that those farmers who have been mourning oyer losses will come out probable gainers in the coo owing to the higher prices they willl receive lor the product The farming eleraens Jiiii Kentucky heconiinued are a lucky class arid have much to be thankful for this year and every other year for the matf r Nowhere else in the Union are these SOlJS so propitious ortbe soil so rich and receptive for production of diversified crops asin Kentucky This assertion has ften beep made before but it cannot oe repeated too often Men who are comforta bly fixed on lhnd in Kentucky and sell out to go tootner states and territories in quest of beter returns and larger crops are misguided individuals and are not only tempting but inyiting disastrous visit from adverse iortune All things censidered the Blue Grass State c ntains the most productive soil located anywhere on this parth and if treated intelligently will bring the largest returns for the labor aed capital invested Harrodsburg Herald A Ml BOG Girl or bey manor onan is quickly out of pain if BucklensAr licjv Arnica Salve is applied promptly G J Welch of ekonsha Michsays I use it in my family for cuts sores ind all skin injuries and findit perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made Ipc at C J Haydons drugsto- ieFoIEYKIFNEYCUR Makes Kidneys and Jiladder Right t1 1o Rii1li r rOIiQL l iIJ J Z LL r a I FALL f AND I WINTER GOODS I 10 2 s American and and has I CLOTHINGtDont fail to famine our stock of Clothing before buying a See our YeJworth Suits at 5 750 I0 and f250 Hart Shaffner Marx Suits 1250 15 18 and 20 Seinshams Perfection Suits for Young Men 750 10 1250 15 For Children in Nobby Styles at 2503 350 and 4 y Mens Double breasted Cheviot Suits 750 WYoung Mens Doubled Brea ted Cheviot Suits 650 fV Childs Knee Pant Cueviot Suits 2 V Mens Boys and Childrens Overcoats Mens and Womens Rain Coats CLO1I S Womens 50 InCh Black Cloaks 10 00 worth 1500 Womans 50 inch Plaid Cloaks 7 50 worth 1000 5 y Womens 50 inch Tan arid Castor Jloaky 700 10 and 1 Misses Cloaks in Plaids bnd Mixtures T iIf Childrens Baar Skins and Casbiuere in Creaa Red Blue and Brown We are Mailing Special f prices to Cash BuyersJ r rr CUNNINGHHTVt DUNCHN CO r dt 1q r ooar t i 11 c- rnrrL a A 1 HOSPITAL ROMANCE ITaviafj been ordered by the heaq nurse to report to Dr Brouson t did so White waiting for him to speak me a middle aged woman nnd two girls came in The younger of the girls wasto be operated upon on the pnIcntboth Tojvulty I admired her The following day at 2 illss Town Icy was brought to the operating room and ns she lay there consciousness gone her face like marble save a pink curlinSinface I fancied myself her lover and thought how easily one could love lier 1Jtlwhen the work began in earnest we were ail too busy to indulge In sciitl meutallsnV When at last it was overhand con sciojtsness had returned and the In tense anxiety of surgeon and nurse was over I found time to look at the ILlniottand In Its place Avas an expression of rest not unmixed with determination After this I studied both patient and physician I rarely saw them togeth er but I kuen by the doctors face whenever he came loom his little room that he was refreshed anti strengthen ed for his work But Beth was clever and wise and she often declared herself heartless rind unlmpresslblebut t thought If she were heartless It was because she had already given her Jieartto Dr Bronson All through thvbri it spring days etbought her whit Howe awl after m41 IFhis evening rounds vroild rend tto her while she In turn played little melodies un her guitar or amused him greatly by relating some of her school djjy pranks She was the life of the lower floor and many a lonely heart was made glad by her merry laugh her cheery Good morning or a bunch of blossoms fora her abundant supply Sometimes Dr Bronson would give sUIIa ibis eyes But how She had scarcely seen him ere it vanished So the days slipped nay tippled by on the tide of that sweeet low laughter and music of contented voices Gradually Miss Towuiey became able to move about la her wheel chair Dr Bronson seemed to be growing melau- cliblyl and the old restless longing tool caine creeping buck lie would wheel her up anti l3Vntie hfllls an l then tleove her by the 6en door where tit sWt sprhis breatl enmOIlostthg in null g aboct his duties still watching Jie wti a loving euro that seemed puthitie ta iue for I felt that there was a story to his Ilfil that no one knew and which still wlthlieklits sequel stormTI Jinrlcd the sheets of falling ralnagjilnst the window iMtne The thunder drop peil It3 heaven forged bolt In quick succession while the lightning tkept the scene brilliant n8 day Dr Bronson was in and out of the wards all night but be went oftenest- t to Beths r3nitO ask Are you nervous In this frightful storm jj She would answer softly Oh no and then having no excuse to remain longer ho would puce the liaRs nervous Iy whll the fury of thcstorm steadily iiucreafed He ttrsought once bitterly Oh if she would only show some sign of fear or distress that I might go to tier and do something Just to be near her Here he was Interrupted by a tre mondoUs crash It scome as if heaven and earth were clasped In close em brace and were swaying and rocking Intjie furious blast With one bound he was at Mjss Towuleys bedside Site lay there white as marble her forehead cold arid her lips blue TIle corner of ire room next the street was blackenedl arid burning Seeing that no time was to be lost he gathered her in his strong armband1 carried her to the ward across the ball inll laid her down anti sent at once for inc In the hour that followed Dr Brou son hung over Beth uslngevery means to save tire life that I saw bad become so dear to hun The lire did little damage and as soon as the storm rolielrway to the east Its muttcrlngs grOwIxIg4Thirtter aiul fainter we saw Beths pale lips grow pink her eyelids quiver anti then slowly lift and the eyes rest on the ddctors anxious face Thank Go 1cllrne quickly from hist lips and he knelt beside the little low bed alit bent his head on hcirout stretched hand Is It unmanly to weep Some say it is but the noblest tears r ever saw shed were those that fell from Dr Brqnsous eyes They weretlwSP111Y from an ocean deeR antI Iathomlqss the ocean of his great love The next day she wits taken home The west wing of the hospital was closed for repairs land the patient were moved to another hoar mid I saw little more of Dr Bronson Then one Ylt thick envelope came tor me and upon opening It I read these words Mr arid Mrs George H Townley announce the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth Walker to Dr Philip Ilerou Bronson Chicago News A Vnrlnlilc ltini How mucJiwUJ it cost me to abroad v Well answered the steamship agent that dejends oh whether you play cards on the bpat ornoV5In- gtonStar Itcdini the noer Bettor not try todomuchfor the hog that is sick except to take away the feed for a day or two When you start In again be sure that you are jiv- Ingll the right kind of feed Too much Is sometimes worse than not enough Wouiant Let Rich 3lnu Shovel Coat Jrcd Eileen n smoker In the holier mom cit the Bellevue hotel In Phila delphia has given up his Jobbiartl5t his wife tArs fallen heir to 270000 luwas willing to stay until the hotel could get another man but the hotel management wouldnt think pf making him work under the circumstances lire fortune conies froth an old sweet heart of his wife from whom alto parted two years ago lIe went to Philadelphia ta seek her and died Ipav Jns her evervjthins f True i ud tried friends of tbo fain ily DeWUta tuttle Early RUers Bst for results wd best to toke Rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes follow the use of the8d dependable littlepills They do not gttpe or sicken Sold bribe N I1m fit f i Li A BIG LOSS I t p t 0JIt EaIr Cold Snap Will Darie age the Tobacco Crop J Nearly Ten Per J CentIThe unusual early frost aDdi cold spell that came so suddenly last week upon the Burley to bacco district of Kentucky and Ohio commencing on Tuesday and lasting with more or less Ifweekf lot of the crop standing in thf tintj I heavy with sap The damage itl1j this county will be very slight 4 but jn other parts of the district ij it will be heavy Experts Tsti 1 lmate that ten per cent of the jf crop was etjli standing in the tield the tirsV of October lOA i following opinions have been jt given by promjue it tobacco men of Cincinnati j W wiSH Whiteman Vice President of the Cincinnati To bacco Warehouse CompanyI sttijtei that he thought the dam age from the excessive house burn and frost will cause a loss n the veight of the 1906 crop of 1 not less than 25 r per cent Should the judgment cfc Mr Whit manbe correct tthis would mean a loss in pounds of 45000 00J taking 180000000 pounds AS a conservative estimate of the 1906 crop At the market ayer age Of last year of nine cents t fi tb s wOud mean i Joss of IpreJ f 1rJohni ger oftbe Bucke e Totaacco Wah hOU5e Co pry said that tIle situation looked verydlsl 1 enraging from ohe warehouse ild aianu standpoint He had apr dI11I f rI t rItwlave had been delayed but 4 tenIJfIhty longer al tobaccu Dave bee gotten underf toverIIWhy the present frost has prdv m so extremely damaging is lue to the fact that anunusually r large percentage of the crop as i llate this year When Mi jp H F Comptewas a boy his iexpeju ence was that he alwajsiloetl tle 1 opening week at schDpl tita i lilt the cutting of the crop ttie nrst 1 week in eptenber and H ae said It isl the second w heiEJJfOctope and10 per cent I tobacco sis stjll uncut in the fields A damage of 10 per cent i 4 by frost wonidhe a money loss of more thanfoae million dollars Beckhatns Inconsistency Three veers ngo when Gov Beckham was a candidate for Governor and was threatened r with opposition by John ir rlendrtck R J Breckinridge nad Henry Waterson Mr Kobn was his friend The interests 1 hat he represeqted the whit uev interests were also brought into line and they contrib rl t titlargely to the Governors nomj J nationand election says the Lou 1svillerl emIdThe whIskey intefstSt is said raised a bic campaign fund which was spent in the interests of Gdv iee ham and his coilaagues on the Democratic ticket r During the campaign tbrefff ears ago Gov Beckham was V 4 regarded as the friend qfthd lltt whiskey interests Mr Kohns f ciients It is now charged that it tbe gladly accepted their sup tr f port NOW he Js accused of laying changed frout and to I e Raging a bitter war on his old friends This incopsistenojon the paitV Df Gbv Beckham it is said isiresPQnsible for Mr Kohns wf ff ude in tbe Senatoal contest rr is said by his friends that iohnj w 11 support Snator Mrtt r Jreary Not that he has reat love for Senator McCret utitisbecaus3 he feels thib t he Governor has played falsettp ms clients that he hasstraddfell die issue that fining it to his id k vantdge one year to sidei with Ghe liquor interest1 he thokjh tthis kide that three y fears J IUterj belieying that his hope fir t election tj the Senate depended jtir the attitude of the emper jj hce people he took upc the p ohibition element fGov 1 tiams inconsistency Mr Kohin fT5f it friends say is responsible iTrI lis deolinatton to make ranr f 4l q organization for him in Loiia4 1 kjA j tvillC J f11 L Ac d ismnuch more eUi ertrei it j Vbntl boel are op en1MW11 Laxative Honey aa4 Tar opeaEfc e 1 tr towels anddrlves the caW out of Uteifjfctem in young or old Soldhyt the Red CrossDrug Store L SWAPS BRIDES AT THE ALTAR Newark N J Mai Goes tto Imfclyi tti Wed ORe Girl Marries Another 1ht 1Tf 11 FiwKM Learns of Hrs Perfidy Toward Yet Jersey Woman and Forces HfatLtO liveiHis Name t9 Her If On the eve of his wedding thy whenllbe expected to marry a youugj woinnn 4 t of Brooklyn WIlHam Frank Timber of Xewark N J was forced to s CdIl girl whom he had deserted months be Tore In his home cltyIlls Intended wife acted as bridesmaid and thocere many was performed In her home to which the man nil unsuspecting had come The many frlendsaf Miss Marjplac Donald of 240 gif tyuliith street Brook lyn were notified some time ago that on Sunday evening Sept 1C she would marry William Thober who Is In thp 15dIe making business They were sur prised when messages announced later that they were to be on hand a dsty earlier Thober t the same time was 1immmoned from Trenton There were flowers many rIthe Rev H A C Meyer of St Uutheran church in the MacDonald borne when Thober arrived The latter appeared happy and chatted with Miss MacDonald enthusiastically paJejwoman In black was admitted to the hoUse and ushered Into n rear room- Out In the parlor Thober was laugh V lug and joking with a group of men when suddenly Miss MacDonalds brotherIn law B J Griffin stepped ItPto him and whispered something 4 Thober turned pale and moved toward the door The brotherinlaw smiled 4Thre is no Chance of escape he I LMild taldng Chober by the firm Face tt muslciMiss MacDonald is to be a MABHY HEB 8nC EEDS TOCBXAiEEL bridesmaid not a bride tonight The bride will be Miss Viola Glover of Newark the girl you deserted Then Miss Glover appeared and a member of the party turned fb Thober and said 4 Marry her She doesnt want you but she needs yoUr name- Bewildered at first Thober hesitated Then Miss MacDonald told him tsue never would marry him and that he1J must marry Miss Glover The Rev Mr Meyer stepped forward anti with out asking any questions began to read the marriage service Mr Grilfiii pro vided a ring and acted as best man- while Miss MacDonald was brides maid Meekly and without a word of protest Thober repeated ttie words that made Miss Glover his wjfe When the ceremony was finished tMrs MacDonald told Thober to leave- 5the house at once Handing his hat to him she showed him the door and told him never to enter the house again Thober left without saying a word r tattout a bridegroom Thober has uott been seen since t Snake Charm n Balijr J A strange Incident In which a two rcnr Id child was charmed by a big snake came tto light when Mrs William Dnvl loC Xpblesvllle Ted CO1ll11herI IIttl 1fINDIGESTIONS RECORD The bet naedy I can prescrlbe for your fadigestion madam Is Greens AUgust Power preKrlbeI digestioa ia making an awful record H a cause eCvwdden deaths It is beat C Jbe rtfwWrein its i 1LreiI read in the ghasUyharvestI tly healthy and even robust men being Windden1yattacked WIth acute mdigestion after enjoying hearty meal and of their h dyiag ui many cases before a physician co ld be called U- fThi thoald be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks ofiadirestion If these unfortunate vic v tims ol acute indigestion had taken aI EIdote of Greens August Flower be fore crafter their meals they would not s kare fallea a prey to such sudden seizures 4fAuJUK11ower prevents indigestion by Italsoregulateathe upthfTwo IUCT a c ad 750 All druggisja rE1anti rVlKtTl Wu J t f u1 Irl nml al1TT Ti i u5 ii ovn s M nl lrl TliP Tol u other ii hol lior iii miii- gt1u ill mils of tlict Jllt tram ple the httniflpr tOt 11h It VHS of i Utfloincjillft cried wizen diij jv5 d of her new foimtl playmate ns 4itC IW Its hotly MurtDRiis BEeR AT BAR Kansas Miners Exliiit Badly Spoiled Pel Dcfore I AdfriFriog- Crcwil Over a hundred persons In Leaven worth Kmi saw aftnule led into the star of the West fal on where it line tit at the bar with jn number of COlt minors and drank fa fll of beer rtn n lrnuizedbucketjafter which It war led out itO the stretthere hStelied to its cart which it had drawn through the streets in a parafle undi after being given a chew of tobacco started oft for the nome mine i The mule works iu the mine and IS1 tgreat not but it is badly spoiled It absolutely refuios to workIn the rooming until one jf tile miners Rives L HE SEEMED TO CXJpr Till REEK HUGELY It a chew of tobacco when it starts outand slue nIl flay VTheu hitched to the coal car for the parade there ncre four little boys in the cart II It was quite rcj tlcs and remained until the men gnclt a chew of to baceo Wash Liltis authority for the state meat that Jt was fed i dime plug of bacco during the entire parade Mtdr Jdalmqtlthe mule iusiiM his plaice LliT not only land the mule taken into the safoou but lined up at time bar aml the miners got to bucket Time animal sreuied to enjoy the beer hugely and was somewhat averse to being led away He didnt stagger when driven out SLEEP TALK BRINGS MAN LIFE SENTENCE Iowan Unwittingly Tells Wile how lie Murdered Her First Hiisbqnd ticBecause he In Ills sleep and told all about a luurder which he com uiittetl Charles jliocker of Sibley la was sentenced 1o life Imprisonment There was Icvldencb against the murderer until the story he told In his sleep was Investigated when sum dent evidence to eqnvfct him was se cured ro years ago August Sehrpo der was mnrriorid Charles Rocker a farm hand inaVrJedSohroeders widow some mouths la er Mrs Rocker in formed the Utility attorney that her husband talking1 In his sleep had emi fesscd to havlntr niurdcretl her tkat husband even to telling where ill hatl purchased the prison which he hHd ad ministered ji Time story wa hivcstigtted and tho purchase qf the poison traced to Hocfe cr SHinoadcra body was eimunieil- antI traces of ttoixou found Ilwker wac arrested lately J Cocn to ciJhi si Oifiln Alwolute rut Jtix found anly In death says M EIdaeh Briibilof Par Is hut mam of us who are very tlrod do not want to die the bet way for us to seek repose is In occaaionaljy simulating deutli JL Bhnbll himself does JVlicii fatIgued by overwork he goes tor JThIs 1Ioli1UJ jvitli thick glass ov4 fort Qlght lioius before shut tFng himselfl upln the coliln lie neither oats nor drink While resting lie lakes Ito uour hmcnt whatfrvcr Irrt only occnslonalfy breathe a little ether wjifch Is administered to him throtigh a slit iii the glass Ho n maliM a wek In the coilin at a time and loses only tight pounds In weight during that pdidkxl VroTtr InsroTvInsr flair IDlet hevil ivollen to twice Us anil fiuITorin torture Kmil Tour of New Britain Hell hi Stt Iron cis hospital Hartford Con from the effectst of an in rowinsijalf In his chin Jones tried to jxtrnft the filament and irrItated the skin Blood pbiconing fol lowed and he jrew rapidly worse dy lag within a weekifter the iurrowlnj hair was first iiotifQil Pliysioians jiay that the case is Almost unique in paj thalojrj Tone was a knife blade fin isher and U Is thcvight Hint dust from rosewood which he handled In his work might have an scd tlie pplsbn il Con to iney are going to wear a scparrtt outer coat tht rycar and this brings In the longio4e black silk coatt whiCa Is going to very fijshionablp It should not bo loose that It lhtt1tJleC irtojnesUInOtpc ultefrc t f1I v d Sntln ComlnRT In Satin will b4 pne of the lending fib rlcs in fall UU8hl ns The continued liking for glossy slkslm graduailj lcd backto It although the satIn pfetodnyj and the satin of the past lire two very different fabrics Of old body was ono of Its cssefitlal features while supple nisE1j a nlnlmuia TVcIjt are la dcmautl IuThousands Have KidneyII Trouble and Never Suspect it now To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your Crater and let it stand twentyfour h- oursS unhealthy con dition of the kidneys if it stains your linen ilis evidence of kid iiey trouble too frequent desire to pass itorpain in the back is also convMcing proof that the kidneys and bladder Are unit of order What To Do There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish in curing rheumatism pain ill the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of time urinary passage If corrects inability to hold water anti scalding pain in passing it or bed effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant ne cessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many tinfcs during time night The ntikl and the extraordinary effect SwampRoOt is soon realized It stands time highest for its wonderful cures of the most dis tressiug cases If you need a medicine ion should have the best Sold by drug gists in fift cent and onedollar sizes You mavhavea sample bottle and a book that tells all PTrt1 ahoutitbotlisenttree l mrtil Adtresspr jitt 1ilnicr Co iting hamtoh X V5Vlieii Hom Swunpltoot writing inqntion this paper and dont make any mistake but remember the name Dr Kilmers SwampRoot maid the address Binghamtoii N Y j WASHINGTON LETTER Special Corrc jonuencc Among the recent changes In the White House and one which concerns lIe social world h the Improvement mndc lv east Avinj through which Sutwts enter and leave the mansion when attending receptions and other lar enter thllnents Foriyerly t licyf hairt pass in and out through tIle hall way of the sting between the long movof hatboxes mid theiKtssHe fre quemly became uncpnifoftably con Kestvwith he large riunjher of people invited A number of Image archways have boon made from tile wing Into the long glass Inulosed gallery which runs parallellritl ittmic11ieh carpets com fortaibic seats Rml numerous lights will make It a pleasant retreat for guests wlMJo their wraps are being checked or obtained for them frmn time hrftLoxes along time hallway t r Temple of JUHtlce It fully expected that congress at its next session will authorize the erec tion of 1 great temple of justice on Capitol hill just across the plaza from time capitol at a cost of oOO000- Tlie building will house the supreme court of the United States and also provide a spacious hull of Inter national courts of arbitration peace coufcreuecs and ineetiugsof time rep resentative of this and foreign govern merits such as the panAmerican conference It iIJnttmndetl that the arcliitcctural dciijri shall be similar to that of the Parthenon of ancient Athens wlib great columns extending from the base to the root in severely classics style and that it shall be constructed of white granto It will stand butt ween the Congressional library and the new senate otllcc building5nid occupy an entire square The SpIHcopni Cathedral In the COltltnlctloll or the Washing ton cathedral by the Episcopal church an architect Is Srhntcd who Is Capable of building vaults on pillars supported bj biittressw lust will stand the ero sion of time for a thousand years After a six weeks tour of Europe during wb lij time he gathered much flluabe tlita icgardlug church build ing Tisho Sattisclets tituruiHl more tlian over Huprosned with tin Gothic tlyilO of architecture wlileh iva huaul m uly decdetl upon by tin chapter Piitcat ainUclH Sate According to patent ollIce authorities a damper hits been placed upon the lops of those coKege professors anti heads hf cilucfltional Instil litioTis who uxiK ct to rwelve some yf the mot ls of InY nlonH stored In the Union imild lag To stow thcuc models lthn Iwenuce e s9ry t a rent three flooVs of the UnloQ Imlldhss lliy tbe year at JuOO x tio- oro1tXl At the last 8ion of eon grsx the appropriation 16cut dotto JflOOOOaml for a time it was be Iter rtlwt the patpnr olftce woukl Jje fOM to irie sumller quarters Hnrfj p Htawon on foot 13 di pose of sonic of tli nixleln flpcteutly the armiiajjciiiont of the Uiiin dccidetl to aiteiH n ruductkin in tt iitnl and let the iwteiit otllce retain the PIHUOI at SIOOOP a year I Irc ilicntM Orchlils- WSIIi tilt Hdilllion of tile 702 orclihls retMitly reee dfroni the 111J111I President 1oO4eYeit has oilLOro the finest private collections In tiie couu try JIIleCtiOHshipmenti front the Philippines one from Panama and stnotbor from South America Carncsric Instltuilioti The OinivSle IiiHtitutlon Jms acquir- od projKjrty at Sixteenth and P streots northwest otiwhidi it will erect an ad- mnhiiiatrtloit hufldiiigst reost 000 5OOiPreIUcHt WooJward ami itit now 6mpy spiuicu ytfiees la the bufldhitr hut the grwit Mustitntlbii Coundtjd by Audron Carau ie five years ago mIll endowed by him with sui au nwftl Incoutti of EXtX0 is without a home wliith Jt nay call Its owlI Its operations extern over till greater part of Ih3eloie yet it has no centrHl build Tnj Xo SvItolurntipK We do not mttl the building be cnum time instltullon a university for that is just wlmt it is not said President Woodward recently Nor it an educational institution Its Isj pose Is the furtherance of original search by those who haveisJioivutluui wslves wTpnble of It Iu their ruspective lines of work and Its nlai to bring aboKt praotieal reults that will be of iKineUt to mankind It Is not an In Hlitutloti wliere men merely studyhut- vlteretitty iu vc QgHte and achieve I ntH deluged with application for schol arsuipg of which there are hone orlor the lUKtltndon The institution is rtipldly pushing slang its work hi many Uiectloiw For Instance we have a geojISysical Inborn toa just beyond the xoologlcal Ipark a Sofgfesil stutioli oli Long Island at oiaSprlng niitfwotlier at Dry Tor fugasTphj Good work JJit being done In our botanical station at Tucson Ariz Our oiservatoo In southern jilifornlj which was porlully cs tabll linl for the f tuI of tin sun Is in lit i tt 0 hatr 5 5 i i M a u a r jrt oez i irrHL If7it viii Eis tuy IlIr tli t i rnJ Itltt o rs to lit Jjltto prcnl t a vot season hit the present oii six mouths In nl13 nee It 1 will be of great ccoflomlc value Thi Ijta only a siiiall part of tIn work we ire doing Besides thOse and ninny othcJuvistigatlons which we are aid tnt re are coo en tlug through 100 In stitutions ond 100 individuals Great results for the benefit of mankind may be expected In the nest few years tram the Carnegie Institution of Washing ton CARL SChOFIELD WOMAN AND FASHION NcKlIjyoe For n Girl The attractive negligee herewith shown will lease the most particular maiden The yoke may be finished with a rolling collar maid high neck or without a collar and In open neck The sleevep too may be long or sbort and WETTY DRESSING BACK the wnlst ipay be drawn in or not as desired for a sack which the girl may fashlpu this one Is excellent for there is little work in its making and yet there Is plenty of opportunity for elaboration If one wishes to trim It vlth lac or plaited ribbon Adjufttnble Flonicc The vogue for petticoats with ad justable flounces has flourished much more extensively abroad than In this country Time average American wo man scemn to shrink from a multiplicity of buttons and buttonholes even though they may be bought by the yard nUll sewed on But there Is no denying that the silk skirts which have removable deep lingerie flounces ore far better foundations for certain thin gowns whore ta white lawn flounce on the petticoat Is a demand than any cambric skirt can ever be The silk runs to the bottom of the skirt and bmls In a narrow ruflle The flounce buttons on to It under a blind hen or It laces on to the skirt with narrow ribbon through rows of lace beading one on the skirt and the other beading tho flounce Concerning Dticlcleir Fancy buckles are only just begin uiug to be again fashionable They arc to SCMI on the smartest of the new frowns dndscen especially adapt ed to tho soft Colds oftue empire sash or girdle but at the same time they are certainly effective with the wide silk or satin belts and consequently are used on the waists finished with broad sIlk or satin belts and are In the back or front as tn lo5f becoming Iir Early Autumn Wear Time truipllns costume Is smart effect at the saute time that It Is IllJ is the out In greatest de Ilore Is a model that amply Cal heIephn or cloth in the illustration how avcrgray liuen + Is finished with collar BHAUT COBTUITE ittt dArlier sade and with pearl but tons The coat oue of the best liked 3f tlit loot bjjt sort having a seam at ilis enter Iwek whFHi gives becbmIug lljos to llsure nad ii addition toI ftervlncr tor Use traveling wakcj nn ndtalrablc 1td general vrrrii for ems v sntv IttthUe tin skirts ohS ojth faTorlto ud ones lint ire rtdaptpl to all matefials ot light i mtHlJuHt weightl Limojiny y of Ute Uerrults sry he 1uot playing the game he did lust year and lays hut trouliles tdhln inabllltj to get Into condition I have lbeen to several doctors to try anti find out what Is the matter with me he de clares Ive lost close to twenty pornds this aeagon antI dont seem to pic lilly I swent nI the time It w rl pie Sour StomachNo appetite loss oi strength nervous ness headache constipation bad breath general debility sour risings and catarrh of the stomach are all due to indigestion Kodol cures indigestion This new dfscov ery represents the natural juices of diges ion as they ecUt In a healthy stomach combined with the greatest nown tonic and reconstructive properties Kodol Dys pepsia Cute does not only cure Indigestion and dyspepsia butt this famous remedy cures all stomach troubles by cleansing purifying sweetening and strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach Mr S S Ban of Rayenswood W Vs ays was troubled with sour stomach for twenty years KoJol cured ma and wo are now using Itln milk for baby t Kodol Digests What You Eat Bcitlesonly SIO SIze hoidint times the trial Vjf size which sells for 50 cents Prepared br E a DeWITT St CO CHICAGO Sold by Red Cross Drug Store 5 5 f I t I B Dm LAKE tr s j I i i Real Estate Dealer0 1 or W 0 i and Insurance Agent ly t I The attention of farmers tobacco growers stock raisers and investors I is being directed to WWASHINGTON COUNTY FARMS for several reasons ff2- v = i4 t THEIR CHEAPNESS ity Washington county farms have always sold low in y comparison with those of surrounding couotiest This fact the public is gradually realizing and there is a iteady buying ds mand and a consequent advanc in yalues Instances ieby + no means rare of farms inrthfsl county doublingin value during t the past five years ACCESSIBILITY tTl1 excellent turnpike roaas throughout the county llead to the various 3titiori8 along tile Louisvile Nash t yule railroad afford the farmers of the county easy facilites for shipping their produce and their live stock to the markets there is hardly a point in the county that is not Within tand access of a railroad station or a good store n FERTILITY fdoesSOCIETY SCHOOLS considerations denomination fIf You Have a farm Sell I Will Find You a Buyer I GoodBargainstoShowIi iI have list of which Iwill gladly and will take pleasure jn showing at any time to anyone desiring + Correspondence Solicited BO LHKE itThe Real1 Estate Man SPRINGFIELD f 4444c4 4 4444 COIOTOTOI f IN FEW LINES Female characters Were first played bywomen In 1662 During the reign of Edward the Con- ssor u England tim practice of eui ploylujj surnames began Weaving cotton In Africa Is slow anti difficult work A skilled ircrkmau can weave about three yanls a cay Bokhara the most populous part of Turkestan gradually belaT changed Into a desert by the Incurslc ns of tho sand dunes An otDcIal return just Issued liy tfie Japanese gem eminent gives the wealth of Japan at the end of 1904 as 0510 403000 or i4r per head The first arctic expedition was made by Carte Itial Portuguese In the year ir00 Tliki was tlftythree ymrs before that under Sir Hugh WlllciJsliby- Acconlhijf to Borough Prestleut Co lor llroolclyii In a few mouths will re calve MI addition to Its water supply of 50000000 gallons a day troll nrttK slan wells The purest breed of Arab horses mire this Kochlauli vltosc etx oogy lias been preserved for 11000 ywrs Tiny xru Raid to be derived trout King Scl onioUsHtables Time estimated number of cantaloupcii tililppcd from this famous Jtocky Ford district In Colorado last t euson lli oouo Seven Imudrcd cars were sent onto being an Increase of 108 cars over the previous season Willie looking over some old articles a Wilton ex II1 man ran acrow an old map of which was print ed In 1JO just after the earns was taken Tlic mai gives Boston hay lag 43203 people and the whtxe state C2ISST When Richard IlanUnr Davis muetLi lIming Qhnng in St IHtersburg lw watt nnkeil how uhl and hov rich hc was and what he did lIe replied Vrlte books WIly do you write salt the viceroy Are you not strcl3g enough to work i Ono of the few bolts cast by Paul Revere now In existence to be taken from the beLYy of the old Baptist church In Warren It I to be recast at Troy A meinberof the church will oversee the task mind will write an nc count of the undertaking for lilstorlcal purposes Captain Cooks chest the one which nc carried with hint on his voyage of rllscbverj years ago oc ciipltia lcousrfuUilllllf iii tie home nf Kev It Crosby Branch Mich Tint chest haS been In time pos se3sioti of the Crosby fj nlly for many years birt was recently shipped to America by the English branch of the family Motor ear reliability trh Js were hqld In Scotland recently and the drivers worci nstonndct4at tlicl f reception along the route In over town and village the women siiid ckldrcn Ihied the roadsde and shouted intliuslnstk1 welcomes Sprays of lilac anti otlicu flowers were thrown Into fiie cars they passed and iuvltatioo to stop were given For peach harvesting J fL Hale of Glastoubury Conn never cmp toys nay but Italians When the wuason at its height he has 150 of thuni wor king In the orchard Italian waiters 11 Del monlcos Sherrys the Walrtorf anti other places go there on their acitlous and go to work In tho orcharxrs They love to be near the fl uit Advertisement In Five Islqmj XSe cbaugcJ It filler dealci In stilt and hard coal Ice cream wocd lime cements Ierfumey nails putty r8iec tacles mind horscrudsh chocolatxj cara mels and tar rooting gnsfittLng md un dertaking In nil is branches hides tallow and maple Arup fine goad Jew elry silverware id salt clua codtisli ruu gents neckwear uuderraKcr anu confectioner diseases of horses hud children a specialty The sol called potato king a shrewd negro of the name of Groves who live on a farm near Kansas City Kan anil raises und sells more potatoes than any other mann in tIme world Besides his own production he buys I and sells time potatoes of others In Kansas City7 he maintains a commis sion cilice and employs some ten stenographers and bookkeepers Real Izlug that such a large business needs a well trained head he has sent his son first to the Kansas Agricultural college for an agricultural education and then to a business college for a business education Ucv Charles Wolfe the author of the Immortal poem entitled The Burial of Sir John Moore was ac eused not long ago by a magazine of literary piracy It was said that Wolfe had cribbed time poem bodily froth the French The matter has been given wide currency In the press owing great popularity the poedi has cU Joyed for nearly a century Xowjt baa been discovered that the French osn was a literary hoax i3rpetrated by Rev Francis Mahoney Father Proat Anti puVSlshed hi Fatlier rroitt Ilclinues ninon time Songs of Irance rtvy a clever trans latloii of Wcrtfea Inhisht verse Mme Curies appointment to the chair at tin Sorfcnc In Paris lately occupied by her husbtmj thought the first In tance of Its kind In France not wholly aa Initial triumph bf feml nine learning In European universities trndlItlon has that time University of Bologna possessed liJy doctor of canonized Uw Petrarch was otto of time pupils of ths bvuiiful Qella daughter of lean d Andre whose mantle at the University of Bologna foil 01 to her shoulders when her father vras too old to wear It hlinself The university however seeing her beauty hid It boihul a curtain and the students never saw the face of their lecturer Coe Crnzy Over Pannmn Cntial leading reports of the iSiiinma canal J controversy drove Charles Scunlon of Cleveland Cl taipornrlly ingaud- Scanlon had time opinions of senators end on the canal ques tion at his tingcr tips and eagerly de voured every article relating to the subject lie was regttrded by his friends as thin best informed nun of their acqujtlntauce oil the subject of Ihe canal Time other dav Scnnl3it was found wandering about thestrcets Ho said that lie was endeavoring to get men to finish the work on te canal lIe was laborlns under the IriHuclna lion that he was Theodore Iloosevelt Girl KIIIcil nt Doirn Knncral While hoHlini a inock funeral with her Ltteeznmpanions Mary mtgql sev dnughter of Sylvester nrccrick a Ponnaylvanla locomotive Uicer ot- iltrshieMi1 wax accidental slOt Hid kilhd ltItt otto Smith f oDr J Carl Smith The cliliilrcu haiti jusr nirled dall uet1r th SuiUh property alien yoiuiT Smith tired nt a rt withJ i rifle He ktlle the rodent anti the millet passed on tfiraugh n fcncbk 1Idet i idvnnced a few steps aud fell dead j fnUrival of the fittest said the mutual friend He flatter hImself rejoined Miss tCayemeWnshltfgton iJGoodlcPoorvery affectlnsrr was It Harilart Yc iit It iIdnt ere my J 1 THEIR I t There are Jew settions o the CQtntrv that produces Ja great variety of profitable Cropsand nt1 than f haye land been bought per acre tj roca to fbadmio which will realize for the otjner ICO per rcreiixonei Aseason Corn whtat oats and other small grains grow in x abundance itid it is the nstural home ff the bue grs cover xand other grasses which grow and afford abundant pasturage ffor stock of all kinds ETC In selecting a home one of the first of 3 oman of family is the ques ion of churches schools and P associat s for themembers of his family Washing o ton county iifell provided with churches of public Tree schools are of the best and her people are of a 3k social standard f to i a Farms I furnish anyone property j a location 7 r KY t + FACTS s Is Massachusetts as f Is ovcrtlumtlred c j3forthv as Is nJ Is to It Is Is It a representative l J 01 j ra 6merclv icke3ew for60 congenial Iher LouLsviIle is BoomiRgII VILLETf THESE ABOUT DOYOUKNOW 3500QQ LOUIS FACTS people within 4 4 radius of only 6 mUesI it leads the WORLD n in the rhanuf ictnrinj of jeans farm wagons i 1sewerpipewooden boxes and In prodqdng r4and handling wbiskysoie leather cement tjt r tocoaaaesaniumnberssupimlies t ii LoulsviUe laThe home of iargest orgar- tIsi f1SI iactoryintbcwofldthsIugestsoapfactory r 4 IntheSouth5ndcnoolthelargestp0WfaC- q tu tories in the world arid has 8 electric toter A urtan lines Louisville is adtycrtBEAUTI 4 i 4 FULHOMESI its dty prcpertyvaluation A S200000000 It has the grandest park J A4risystem in the United States anajnany mac 4 lvW n5ftcentpubUcbnndlnffandehurehesiandls tt iiP thehomao1theWORLDSLVD1GCOM ZO ff MERCIALSCHOOL Enroll atthlsschool ri24 do THOROUGH work and yotfu ntrer M ia In want of a eoeid position fa Boomtajr terpri5lnir dry ItoljouisTOlt NOW is tu tir ttmotoinTesngate CtologuofreeI- RYAKT ASmnOM IHSIIESSCfltLEit LOUISVILLE KY CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO nJCOKPOSATHDJ Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section ofth country I We solicttyour patronage Rates reasonable Equipments and facilities unsurpassed OAME9 E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T irretldent Qenl JIajer iicy a ANt OemU MS WEII J THE J 4ER1cNS T q OPr SHOE ItI Made itt JIll Leathers t I pARENTS reduae your shoe bills by buying the American 1 They are made by N B Thayer CS CoInc the largest exclusive manufacturers of boys and youthsshoes in J the United States They contain all the features that twenty 4 years experience have proven to add to the wearing qualities and have more style and fit thanany oth Tboys shoe on the SF market Every pair except Patent Leather fully guaranteed ONCE TRIED ALWAYS BOUGHT J FOR SALE IICUNNINGHAM DUNCAN rCO r Ie 1 BM PoisoDloi results from chronic constipation which is quickly cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills Theyl remove all pbisonpus germ from he sjsotn aria infuse new life and vigor Cure sour stomach ausia headachp dizziness and colic without sripiog or liscora fort 25c Guaranteed Tiy C J Haydon druaygt tOot Be IIllIJos86d ffu Foley Co Chicago o iginatfd Honey andTar aSIl throat andlung t remedy and oq account of the great m t rit and populnritv of Foleys Bon ey and Tar many iij3 itaUons are offer ed IlneydIlIl tihl 1 g rnhhdlylaxarive It totStat no opl JateSafldIdfeStfOr chUdren AndJdaHcato per oWy SdJply KcdCrosa 1 DrugStore 4 tF 4 fL 7 7- I = DRJMJORTONJ RESIDENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED t WITHOUT PAIN i c It r OmcKgrHagan Block up stairs SPRINGFIELD KY All Dental Firstclass Work Strictlv J DR J c Ill UDE vv Pli lcian and SSnrgeon- riL r Offices over Haydons Drugstore I 0IOffice in Opera House o Office Phone No Residence No 38 WF GRIGSBY i ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peoples BanK- HPRTNOFIELD KY if B EoBARDS M W FYAT ROBARDS HYATT Physicians and Surgeons r Office over M Elroy Shulz DR JH HOPPER f PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 1 PHONES Office Over Office 97- Residence Hagans Grocery 71 i iDr WRay i lYsICtAN J tOffice ever C W- Hagans gro cery opposite Presbyterian church Phones I Office 175JResidence 172 r JOP y MAYES FUNERAL iHHECTOB AND uCEllSEDiMDAMER- TELEPHONE IDAY19 NIGHT 74 SPfiHBFiELD K1tt ja o f Rairoad Schedule T Kollowipg is the time schedule now in effect on the Bardstown l and Springlicld branch railroad- No 41 Leaves Louisville at f 410 p m Bardstown Junction t1 l 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm 4 arrives at JSpringheld 645 p ini j No 42Leaves Springfield aV 680 a m Bardstown 617 am Hard own Junction 705 aTra l iarrIvesf at Louisville 7 55 arn No 43Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 a m 1arrives at Springfield 1240 pm pNo44Leaves Springfield aI120 pm Bard town 230pon Bardstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm JEiNb 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 a m Bards town 8 am Bardstown junction B45am arrives atiLouisville l935 am oNo 91 Sundays onlyLeaves r Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Tnnction 650 pm Bard towo 753 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm I rT TcbaccoSiiiDpers b We ah to state to our friends 44 J thoughcnt the tobacco growing sections that we are not connect ed directly or indirtclly with any other warehouse or warehouse company fVe conduct Strictly Inde pendent Tobacco Warehouse Commission Bus ness and res t pertfolly solicit your patronage C A BltiDtfES Co Propne 31 tor s Pick Tobacco Warehouse tLouisville Ky 408 mo 0ff FRESH BREAD ROLLS AND CAKES t Baked Dally Always good always fresh We 4ea Baker who is an ar Iat TLdkitigi good things tt lix Loaves of Bread for 2 cIi I Herdiens Confectionery tJTHE tEXAS WONDER 10IiGores all Kiiney Bladder and fBblumatic troubles scd by 44 lJ BVuggists or two months Rraftmieiitr by mail f r Dr ilHall 2926 Olive street tS 91i Senl fLr Renucky- on al = JMIoi DYP9ia Cw o JgtaiaryorcL A 7 I TWO AtNmwro vl rs ir3lJ 0SS Local Happenings of Interest The Freshest and Latest i AH About YourselF Friends i and Acquaintances qqMf 1 have sorafc1 seed rye for sale BR JOHN DEBOE J Dont fail to see the display of 12 piece toilet sat at Leachinans furniture store Weare still leading in the egg business We pay cash all the time at Campbells I have for sale one Jersey cow and two registered Jersey Bulls WLeBchman Dinner set df 50 piece decora ted china for 198 leachraans furniture store Odd pieces of Clnna can be had at Leaclimans furniture- tOreathalfthejr value l1 t FOR SALE Two good second hanj3 surrejs Wbarton lapp ilf v For SGSO you canii bnyn i i handsome 12 piece tJilet etfat Ljacbmaus furniture storett FOR SALE A registered year iIjng Hereford bujl 1 gt od individual B B Leachthana Dont forget we are in the s grocery business to stay so come in and Jet us sell you at Can pbeH QQrT G WpBeckbamis an nouneed to s leak at the courtj lr2Wednesdayg 10 FOR jSALEFpUr young Da roc Jersey Dbars eligible to Tegistry IR C C nalYtS a F JD No 4 Springfield Ky FOR SALE jThree Black Berk slijre male slidats eligible toff ristratiol1 G FNwTcg flFDNQ4 Rev G R jHambTeon will delii er lhis llecture on Japan at the Pleasant Grove church on next Sunday r morning at 11 clcckl L Havng decidedi to change our litjepfbusiues jto some extent t va will close put our line of furniture at and below cost for the nrxt 20 daysjat CanipbeMs The highest price paid for atmule colt we have heard of this season was a sal this week when T Will Siomjs ptidCary Wilson iDl l J L D fiteker the local horseman tt is having the tOtting track at the Fair Grounds put in firstJ class condition and is prepared to i handle and train horses Mr Baker is a carefuLhand with ir horse and und rsta ds the busi nss thoroughly Hon Ben Johnson candidate f Congress on the Democratic t CkOl from this district spbke at the court ehele oh cfiuntv court day Mr Johnson ontin d his remarks mainly tot National issuea andhis speech seemed to be weHl received Mary Francis the two year Old daughter ofMr Und Mrs James Rr6TCn Of Indianapolis died last Saturdtiy morninjr of uneumona Th0 parents nav he sympathy ofa large number friends in tbisconnly in their rOf LOST On Tuesday on nei strqets of Springlield cron the road a small gold pn with crest i Oinglsman returning it to r Miss SADIE M AYES The public Bale of Simms Wheat ev reported bv S M Campbell on lat Wednesday Ojt17 was well attended and everything sold tiiiick and high He also reports 111J s1eof Mrs Ruoby3 mite below Mackville on the 18 as beingwell attended and every thing sold high The The land safe Oct 20 H milesJ from Fredericks Wvn 6u Short criek knon as the Jaue farm said for 1023 par acre He alsogg sold a small farm at the sime time containing 4Qacres for 330 for the tract Ijaltt Monday was Z a record breakrtor County Court as to the crowd andII C about 50 to 60 Iciattfe on the market Those that sc Id sold well Plug horses anywhere from 7 to 00 J TOPICS I I 1VMlq MM q Court Opens iTbe October term of time Wash ington circuit court began here Monday Judge 1 H Thurraan presiding Th2 dockets are light there being no cases of special importance The first two days were taken up in organizing the Juries and intrying some Corn monwealth cases The case against Newelll Har din charged with malicious cut ting resulted in an acquittal by the jury Ed Scbouse was fined 25 and 10 days in jail for carry ing concealed a deadly weapon OtiBradsTmw was convicted Onto counts and was assessed 50 for scooting on tlc public high way and S25 and ten davs for carrying concealed aL deadly weapon The Jurv in the case against Will Walker charged with ma licious shooting failed to agree Walker who is a colored boy got into a difficulty with Lee Boone white about six months ago at the depot this place and fired ar Boone The shot missed Boone but struck Mr Lloyd Glarkson breaking his leg and inflicting n injury from which he SitU uffersOJudge Thur man gave bis usual vigorous instructions to the gratd jury about investiga Jing gambling illegal whiskey jSeHng ad other common offences against the law The following compose the rand jury Byron Crcake Campbell it QYates Parish C F Boiley foreman Merrilt Hun ae lV B Rudd P Thompion G T Mave T5M Arnold TLGtenwel Gcp E Ed len The petitt jury is made up as follows WBI Osbourne B B Leachman Aubrey Tumey G- If Tucker J E Derringer J A Medley J F Head C W Sellings J R ONeal John H Wjlliams H S Liisey Erastus Case lSJ Montgoooeirv Dee Aiatt John F Simms J A PieldsW J Rayb urne M 0 Cheatham Conrad Herlein J K Che thain Ed Y cum Jas L Grigsby C D Robertson Alb rt Gardner The First Lecture The first of the series of the Springfield Lecture Course will ake palace at the Opera House on the evening of November 18 when Hon Charles A Tone will deliver one of his famous lectures The people of this place are cetainly fortunate too be given the privilege of hearing so celebrated a vchiirac ter in ont of hisi instructive anJ interesting lectures The ad vance sale of seats indicate crowded hostlsf r the course To theLadies of Washington County Dont sell any more hens Or roosters until the turkey season H over yare very lovynow and Aye will be able topay you leasV2cents more for them of ter the season is over Bear this in mind and hold t ein for us Lrr Joues Diedin Germany The sad news of the death cf Mrs Wilhelmena Herticin which cccurnd the 12 last was received by her three children Conrad Katie and Chris Bert leinher Tuesday evening MGS Hertiein was a resident of Brownheim by Frankfurt on the Main Germany She wes ill only a few days and although her death occured two weeks ago the news of her death coming bv steamer to New YorKand from there by rail consumed two weeks in transit Mr Conrad fiertleir will lleave next week for New York where hemsal for Germany to join his rrcrcrbr cr rr tDiamonds 9C9 1 wise Buy yocr dta g monds Before the Holiday tti advance p ISPLACEy Znov for Christmas Intisure you the fitJest stones loyest prices and easiest t payments E M Russell v t J6rJ THVJ9LEADfRb others ar d sisters in Germany to remain a few woeks THE WALTCXN Voonsox Moss iuojunroR orThe following is tlte Menu for din rnerncxtimnday MuUagaWitpSOlIP Michigan Celerj 1 Queen Olives If JBakllFrcshSalmon J cr1Parslcr1 v Boiled Ox Tongue Piqumnt Sauce lPrime Roast Betif An Jus Fried Ydun Chicken Cream Gravy Escalloped Oysters a la Coney Shrimp Salad euMnyanaise Snow Flake POtatoms Pititi IoiisI Su far Corn Catfdied Yams j COrn Breitdhr ii Plain Craam DrQ ltVanilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake Chocolate Cream j Pie Tea Coffee Milk 1230 until itfO r PERSqNAL t Mrs Lev Brown is on the sicklist f Miss Fannie Wall is visiting relatives in Louisvile Miss Mayme AlIens the guest of tfriends iin Frankfort Mr Harry Shatter of LouisS yule was here Tuesday If Jini Thompson of Bars I town spe1tJ Sd Mrs J S Claybrooke is visifcv ing her parents at Bardstown j Miss Fannie McEl roy is visit i ing Miss Williams in Louisuilfe t Mr Allen McElroy of Lebanon spent Monday in townhMVs Tom Conway and son Josepfr have typhoid feyers Miss Bessie Leach man visitedi friends in oebanon this week MrS B Thompson of Ltba non was in town Monday Mr Glenn Wood of New Haven spent Sunda rhel j u Miss Bertha Hjvydbn is visiting relatives in Bards wn this week Miss Lucile Lpson has re l turnecihome aftera visit to Mrs Hugh Stiles f Misses Jennie McOabe Nellie Green Myrtle and Mabal t Price wereio Lebanon Wednesday Mr Nick Ray of Louisville ji3 visiting his purenrs Jr and Mrs VVVRjy 0ll Jim Shultz and CliiTord Rob j crts were visiting friends in Louisville Miss Annie McElroy spout Saturday and Sunday with Miss Mabel Tucker at Valley dillf Miss Louise Ware liasi ilreturn ell to ber home in Hadensville Kyare nvsitto M fes May Carry Mr and Mrs E S Macs have returned homeafteia visit to relatives in Lebanon MrsA R SuuljkK arid Miss Anna Maratti spent Tuesday with Mr anti ilrs Ben JpEtioy at Lebanon Mrs Harriett Montgomery and daughter Louise have returned from several yeeks vfeit to rel atives in Mead county Mr Gorge Wycoit ofCor lilse formerly of this county is attending cpurt hjre Mr and Mrs Andrew C tin nin ham have returnd home after a weeks stay in Lojisvill Mr John Polin 01 Pleasant Grove spent Sunday at St Marys college =Miss Lou Booker is visiting Mrs Mary Prather and Mr W Fred Booker in Louisville Misses Lizzie and Bertha FTaydon yare jn Louisville Fr day and Siturday vMiss Sarah Simms ihas je turned home after a Jltt her aunt Mrs H H 33 leleh cf Dardstown Mrs R L Parrott of Leba non and Mrs Ed Crusp of Jwensbor6 spent Wednesday with G L Price and family Mrs Ardis Bro iis visiting her brother Mr Hop Meyer at Danville Mis Lizzie Haydon has returned Lome after a few dojs stay In Louisvilc iEF rEEE EEE E EfeEE EEEi uIrLfw w Ii i Ill Its Worth j traveling a long distance jjt tohave your teeth extracted jj- jI Without Pain or Danger tii jjj All work guaranteed ib w I LGCRIJME D DS w Ii Ii Bardstown Ky w Iit u 333 333 33 d3 d 3d 33 3 Mrs Thomas Medley and children of Owensboro are v siting Mrs George Medley I Mr Holmes Guirimings o Lynchburg Va visited h s cusinr Mst Ellen Wathen the latter part of lastweek Mrs T CvCampb9il and chil rdrenspent Saturday and Sunday in Lebanon with hel parents Mrund Mrs S B Thompson Mr J Uhas Greene of Coont Hollow spent ywillhB parents here Miss Mabel Thompson of Pleasant Grove has returned home alter a visit to Miss Roe Montgomery Qf Lebanon jMiss Hettie Spalding has re turned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Mrs T A Simms Mra C D Gates who hash visitingher brother E L pdyispn a week will return to- herhome iai Louisville Friday MUs Margaret Allen who has been visiting Jit r son JLj AlIen has returned to her home at E izabetiitownc Mi M T Fordyce of Tuscal oosa Ala was a guest of Miss Bessie Cam pb U the nYst of time vo t4Ptiejids of Mr and Ms- osephk4dilof c Chicago have received invhatiorJS jtbeiiirw- enty lifhl wedding anniver a y October 2jth The NewsLeader extends congratulations and hopes thry may live to celebrate thir goden vending anniver n IY Mr and Mis A B Baker an InarriIagetlickeisjii Biker to Mr Wil liam Boston Birch October 31 at the hoip of the brides paints The marriage willaquiet affiir On account of recent faerwivement iinuie family of the bride 1 lie young ladies of the Social Club composed of Misses Eliza beth Waters Annie Latimeri Lucy Selecman ard Lydia Mc El roy were enter tained at dinner at the residencj of Judge W F Silecman by the young men if the club latt Friday evening in honor of Miss Lalimer The young men who participated were Rev WH Williams win C McChord William and Orms by Wharton Tile Marriageof Miss Annie Clnybrboice and Mr J Vr Turner will ba solemnized at fur oclock this Thutsdayf after noon at the hOlpeofMrsDU Whayne iin Lpuisvilie Only a few intimate friends and relati oSili be prasent Mis Mary Rigsclale Miss Ida Claybrooke and Mr John Claybrooke accom panied her to Louisville to wiiiess the wedding Im ediately after the ceremony Mrand Mrs Turner will leaVe for nn eastern trip and will return to Lexington where Mr Turner iis employed as one of StateIColleg lIi Claybrooke is a dnugUter of Mr and Mrs James IK ClttybeookG and Is a vary at foungjUdrt ResolutidnsI Whereas iIimts pleased opr Heavehy Father in His infinite wisdom to remove from this life Mrs Jeffersoj Davis the honpied wife of toe only president of Southern Confederacy inasmuChaVe the merppers of the May Fars MeK nney chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy feel thrt we have lost a most lovable and KILL iiE COUGHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS VITI DB Kings Hew Discovery IOR c ONSUMPTION OlGHS and OLDS Price BOcSIOO Free Trial Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TBOUB iQES or MONEY BAG I7 N synipathiz nz friend vre take j the privilege of expressing our deepest soiro w in the following resolutions j Resolved That in the death of Mrs Divis the U D C has lost dne whose life has exempli fied the cherished characteristics t of loyalty and patriotism that another tie which binds the hearts of southerners totl1e memories of the Lost Cause isl broken that her nobletpUs of fidelity and devotion will ever live in history as an inspiration tofuture generations Resolved That we extend to those mbst closely ccnnectsd to hrb 7 the ties of kinship our deepest sympathv and commend them to the tender mercies cl our Father in Heaven whet will bind up their wounds aud who theirIResolved That a copy of the e resolutions be spread on the minute book of thissociety and published in both town papers sand a copy sent to Mrs Mfy Faris our State Presidentar d Miss Varina Davis of Nev Cr leasgrand1neiCfof President Davis 111RS T SCOTT MA YES MRS MW HYATT Miss ANNJEL McCiiQRD Committee Sp ingGeld KyOct 28 1UOS MakBS HOlletv VI1Ofl1ll PrfittV No eoman no matter how regular her features may be can be calfci yretty if her complexion Ja bad Orino Laxative Fruit Svrup aids Di gestion and clears sallov blotched complexion by stitnulatinp ihe Jivcr ana bowels Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup doe3 not nauseate or gripe apj is mild ani pleasant to take Re member the name OKINO andrefuse to accept any substliute Sold by the Red Cross tfruj Stc re FARM FOR SALE SATURDAY Y NOV V 1906 At 2 oclockP M I will offer for sale to tLe bigh est bidder my farm located tmee nuarters of a mile irom Wllis burg on t eittliam Springs pike containing I2j afcrGS It has on jt plohty of fire wocd such as mulberry and locust and contains spine good tubacco rand The land i1l1 be divdfd ifdesiredin any aybsiit ihs purchaserG T rors day and will be an- noiincedon I cay of sale Will also sell at the same time One 8 year old work hore 01 e more and a sow and pigs- GEORGE COLVIN Can you win You realize 1116110 t win in anything these dys requires it strength with mind and tody in tt n j A man or woman with dist r en digestive organs b not in shape for dI f days workor a days play How they expectto win Kodol For Ds j pepsia contains the digestive juices of a healthy stomach and will put jour stomach in shape to perform its important function of supplying the body and brain with strength build Ing blood Digests what you eat re li vcs indigestion dyspepsa sour stomacih falpitation of the heart and constipation Sold by the lied Cross Drugstore Uliy Be tcrnond Art Needed Patrons along the various rural rotiton shotiM take warning from a cir cumstance that hits happened at lUclv moiid Iud where on account of the In ferior condition of the hlglnvays n rural route tins been discontinued says tilt Motor Xow On some of the ronds splcnHfd work hits 1sI d nu but not until the deep snud roads give plKco to good hard thoroughfares wlli the Kovornmcnt ever give the farmer more tlmh one clellvcrj of taIl per din When counties awake to a full realising of the hwllts to bo de rived from prpparly built roads then ami then only will the government In crease the present service lint with the advent of good roHds rind automp j bile delivery the gdveniiiuiitwl11 give both morning and afternoon mull sen1 Ice anti the farmer will then be as well cared for as are his city friends Salt to Lay Hunt Salt Is the latest device for laying dust on roads In the country says the London CMobe The author of this now departure Is M Trlutzlns city sir vcyqr of Ilouen In France who Ms published It as the result of a 1oiigse ties of experiments nIt list of these while bringing out the weak side ofI the new system possesses considerable Interest as showing it to possess real possibilities of utility A tong strdtch of road was first watered and then sprinkled wth salt The next day the surface of turf ioad wns covered with n thin glazed crust Hula remove1 this hi parts lint where the glaze remained there was no dust for five days Trees Plants Vines Our general catalogue of Fruit and Ornamental Trees Ever greens Shrub Grape ymiF Rhubarb Asparagus Smail Fruits etc1 is now reaDy onI application We employ ng Agents but sell direct toLhe planter HFH1LLENMEYERSON Iflvinerton Kv r Ii I t lj T LADIESr + r I t I Please remember that we carry a very complete stock of ti ReadyToWear Garnints You can be fitted up here on short notice4S t w Gloaks Skirts Etc rl Ladies a Childrehs Cloaks Ladies Tailormade Suits Separate Skirts Rain Coats Silk and Satine Petticoots ReadyMade Wrappers Kimonas Dress r ing Sacques Outing Gowns Muslin Underwear Hgsieryt rof Childrens and Infants Furnishings r i r h Boys Clothing t 6Every vcpats and Separate Pants betoremaking their purchases Weshov a superior line 01 boys and girls Shoes and Hosiery j W il It will ber worth your while to visit our Store We cordially invite you to come IIiiie MertsoEClajbioote Co i h INCORPORATED ttOc + i44 I lADIES DIAMQND BRAND DRESS MThe air of rexclusivencss that distinctive touch sd r much desiredin our Diamond Brand dress shoes is not i there by accidents er Diamond Brnndst lie designed by an officer of this Co psnvwho has won his purs as a master of footwear constructon j i rvto coverDjamon rand Drocs are adfby1t the best paid shoeworkmenTaUs ighest grade leathers They fit faultlessly snug UjlW1dbbeautu yt andhold their shape xXs f I 24 SkeJl t 701L i lYE fAKE MOREFINE SHOES THANMVQTHER HOUSE INTHE WETJ DIAMOKP BRAND i 8 oo iFF1Iic first NationalI Bank lSPRINGFiELD KY to Gapilal S5OOOQ r H Surplus and Undivided Profits S2OOO 1i1 2 OFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresideni f 5 A C Mcfilroy Caaiief L 4D Cain Assistant Cashier R E Foster BookKeeper U H Purdomj Asst BooleKeeper ttDlnECTOR BrhLtsey J WLcisrV D laybrooke T S 8- tt Majes RH Edelen H M Grundy Job n O Polia 8 0- i We grant every favor consistent with safe banking Your rt ness respectfully solicited bnJ tSralcw 1 MARKS a GREEN l 1itThe old Reliable Manufacurers and Dealers in all Kinds of 0LUMBER LATHS v SHINGLES 0 Jt SASItDOORS BLlII SII r We handle the celeLrated 1 Mixed Cannel Goal T jif 19 r N f Cant be Beat 1 We are tiolo agentsfor Sf J I ACME CEMBNfl BLASTER v gf I eiThe B2 ton Bjr hPriCe Right g3 t Office and YarJs i VS- J Joctnr and Railroad Streets Springfield Ky g- afl l psssfl a ssisfl assag BsgB t r= isssa ssaassagasaaaaaiaafft- tII HAVE YOU LKODAK B T I f ro Sip fovm IofLet me furnish you with W AN EASTMAN fo THE BEST lyiADE te gJ- SI in allsizes and prices Als0Ice ga full line W JJ ttl r i1 r t t tS JSjifiSJ 4 WO J TTIai1d6 l i fIIIffl1 k SAVED BY A GARBAGE SCOW rEscape From Death f Yitif WomaN Imfflersed In New York Bay CAME UP INSIDE T3E SCOW trsed Through Wafer For Over an 1ew Before She Was Discov ered Clinging io Chain In Boats Well Two women and one man drowned was the toll exacted by the merciless sen from a picnic party aboard the oddly named motor launch the Sau sage la a collision with a garbage scow at 4 oclock in the mornIng iu lower New York bay after a night spent In aimless drifting with n dis abled engine The grim tragedy was replete with thrilling details One of the party a wqman was saved by the almost incredible fact that in coming up after being thrown into the sea she arose Inside the walls of afflie scow and clinging to ii chain for an hour j and a quarter she managed to attract attention and was Anally saved As we hit the scow said Fannie Day tile woman wlio was so strangely saved I went overboard When I a came up uiy bead struck the bottom of a boat which I took to be ours It knocked out my shell comb and the two side combs and stunned me I did know enough however to trend water feeling ray way with my hands above v my head so that I could clear myself and come up to the surface It seemed as If the boat kept follow lag just above me until I came up fn a e space about as big as a small bedroom rllr was an Iron chain hanging down 1 could Just reach I got a goad hold ou this and pulled myself up so that waSinbout half out of tlie water When I bad recovered my breath began to wonder where I was Above mc was a blue sky with wbitecloudj floating over and I could feel that the I a tiling I was holding to was moving be cause my skirts were dragged as through a emjrcnt I prayed for awhile and then renicmbered that 1 had pn French heel shoes I calculated that by pulling myself up to the end of the chain the heels would help me scramble tip to where the sunlight was 4f tried tills but 1 could get no hold with my hands 1 scratched and dug with them but it was on Iron covered with mud Ail slipped down I grab bed the chain again Thou I prayl again and started to climb I was getting awfully cold null tired I found that I could not go up the chain as I lund thought and stop t 4I GOT A GOOD HOLD OS TIlE CHAIN pad to hold on for dear life Then I saw that I had splitmy nails and torn my fingers so that they bled The blood from my lingers made me feel faint but I knew that this was no time for fainting so I didnt I was getting so cold that I wanted to cry That would do no good end so I shouted for help After awhile a funny little man ilooked down to where 1 was He dill not see me and wont away Then I remembered some one telling inc that If a ipiy on should he lost lu the woods they ought not to liout as yelling could list be heard fjar and that the best thing was to sing I tried this No One aiiswered My skirts wore uo longer drawn br the current I did not know than that we wore docked at Wet Thirtieth street until later I was getting dizzy aud tried to remember u story one of tim boys lund told mo of an Irishman who bad bis leg cut off null who when be caiiitt outof the other said that It would tot hurt a man to have his head cut off If he took other because the Ifoflfl would not know wbut had hap pened but I was getting nil mixed up In the story when the little niau looked dora r giin IJe slnntetl down 444Vluo Is down there I could not remember my name anti limited Must mo IIoyd ye got therp he yelled Never jonniliidsad Llnit pull mo up lie threw down a rope I gOt bold of it and hq putted luc up on vfleck rio Gcncrs1 UkcdHim B Ucr TJhari r Spirited Hprse Stonewall Jaeksoa vas as pie luresquo in the aoddtc as Ifc wa o I foot sass the Wasliingtcn Stir T1t grim old Prasbytcrian cldir lwj rid den in his youth In Wet fegini in races for an uncle of Arlilcn nc in later years he was not proud A fthc beginning of the civil vnr o thereabouts briie of his admirer presentedimn with a war cliargc suitable for a man of growing fann and bright military futurtf He hat been riding up tolhat date a rathci undersized sorrel gelding of vcrv ncekappcariuce wiudi wis one o a carload captured by his coraman at some point on the Baltimore ai Ohm railroad and consigned u Washington This particular ani mat the general gave tic name oJ Fancy although from all account of 4Confc1erate o1ducrz it fcl1p- hort of the titlo n equine lTj tributes except in cmo repoct in Jhad a fancy vlrenever the conwaiu halted for lying down and rolLxg like a doff Vli f ha r M 2 L ci i hsutf ironi Ma tift mr IV vr lug put tthltk liii liimilf i tihed aa being as easy cs a cradle Evidently the animal Vas of the hobby liore species The mount selected for Jackson was quite another animal in blood disposition and spirit On a certain rcAfiew the general dressed in a new uniform in place of the dingy grai he ltd long worn appeared oh tlu field mounted on his blooded char gor but when the bnnd struck up Hail to the Chief and hiaf men burst into loud cheers the horse bolted threw OH Jack and trailed the ne q uniform in the dust Fancy was never thereafter dis puidod in his affectionate esteem Herodc him in his vnlley and penin sular ctuupaigE aad rjis on hi ijaci nil 110 evening Of May 2 19 n al Glidtcettorsville jfhcpi he roeeivet the WoUnd wliichrosulttd in his mi timely death 1cfr a longtime Fan fjr WItS lost uftei the above ovrot J at was finally found by a Coiifodcr ate soldier arid sulxgwjuently given ironic in the family of Jaekons fa JlicrinhiW Dn Jhlorrtaon Lincoln county N Faiiioy lived to a most extraordinary agtb dying in 1S8S His skin was prepared by an expert attached to the fSmithfonian iusti tution and U at the Confederate Soldiers home lchmond Va- Richsrd tf ct Himself Torn Ivceifcwifs once playing in a theater in one of the larger 4ci tic and as every one knew then Kcenc ued a rubber ba Inflated wfth air to form a lnunp wjfcii playing I ich ard III On the light in question as he stepped forth from the winga a supe plunged pcnkniTe into the bag and in an uitant the air es caped Jc one went on the stage us straight as an ijdjan lie scrtwct his Lice up in every irnttginaVe grimace but without avail and the audience gave hijn the laugh Final ly he was cm to the trick and after uhstitwtingra eai btwktet for a hump ho wife t of with the play but the supe did noi get out of bed for nearly a we Jr j Two Mistakes An Irish merchant who had more money in his pocket than1 his ap pearance denoted took a Scat in a first class carriage A handy fel low passenger was much annoyed at Pats presence jiujd missing hi3 handkerchief taeil him with hitS ing picked Ids pocket After re covering his handkerchief which be had put in his hat he made a lame apology but Pat stopped him with this remark f t Make yourself easy larlrnt Dont bother about the matter You took me for a thaf 1 took you for gentleman Vo were both of us mistaken thats all iuue honey Not a Matter cf Arithmetic Ilear yonr1cry good at arith- nictic Bog Lid the visitor pleas Sun returned Bobby without looking up frornjhis play Well if I should tell you when your pare andi mnmmn were born coUld you me how old they are r aslccd tke Visitor I could tell jsfru how old pap i unsWcred is the bey And not IKV old your mother tip v T The boy shook his hqad- fAntljpctic haehTt anything tc ila with that lie aid iioolfn U ttno a iilnnic AVlmt Sregirde as tin preutrst of nil iilastratcd hatfcshg JUSt been corn pleted Only 100 iojjioa linvqi lbeen irut cd wlikii have scut to Aiuoricsc tiuJ foreigit Huuictiins to the kaiser the czar the iHlkulo the oiuf rorpf Clil ha Queen Willidimiun ami the Princt of Waits The book is a cHtaiogiiL of Mr IL It Hislioih collection of jades bequeathed to a ilietropoHtHii art muse um It contains 0 fill Jage water coloN tlrawing ptfhhiff stud litho Sraiilis Jiiiil too noil and Ink skctclies The text was Iontrilmtwl by thirty writers renownefl in scientific tuitl art drcje anil tint illustrations are lby Japwneso atul tliiucst artists The boOk cost lOOOCft to iiroduce A R3yal Prisoner For years ilia sultan has not b on onliklc of the ialtce icrpiUHls att YH db oxtcpf nbfn attcuas public pwyels nt a nio ius Iuilt just outside the palace jjaJoif ivci thoun he is so gusrtltI u i1ltU8e1 In by soitUer that HotOi2 spectator Slit get withlr rods of LiIiIlw palac Is u fortrcs ltlf Vast barracks irround il mil wirruand park into which nc itwnurcr may eiter while oft Dpljiuix BajUttchc on the Bosporus two im pcriiil aciits Ho aiwnys at anchor out1 if whUh has xtftitn tip lilY imd jiight SpfitH jmlrol the iity hnk in the iiiic places urn wonti 4lrtr way Into fnml iffes whom by onc 1yapiasc they cnn mill To It ifti MIKMHKI bHllJ dam attlie toot of TAke Erl in ortortf wiyply more coiwtarftt rolume of wjitisr for lapira fajls Uucli a tiiiiii would be f jjrtut beuuefltttu hue electric power llaUtshOt theiailsnitti nhiprUint iW to coflni reijuovint botwoon the four Jippflr Ialc3f ud the Stt Lawrence iier The Et11t1u1 tze Cure flue weary njoJliLM lull ftftishi r eet ting tlie much utf diniiii to flc in tlit kitchen and waily tiH fiurI in tlit parlor when tin silenre was tlUturJeJ by her sixyeHir4ohl sou who caine ian ning ui stMirs cryinV Mllni2ia main inji theres a motuse jumped iuto your broad pan Did ymr tiihehiin ontf frantically cricilthe good holi ewJf Xoiu but I butt just as good threw the eat in aii rhes rfferlu attax him to bent the baml AVoasaiis Home Companion IllWnln S1j When he gets a cimtioq tc stand up and address a V andenccu he seams to Jieperfcctly hrtppy Aot perfectly happy He cant help sliinu that he was part of the audij qncc at the same lime so that be might iripplaud bimsclt Catholic Standard and Times A pirtlnctlari Tea Bevcial of us fellows get tn gctljcr occasionally anil wrftc swunets and things One of my poeniB won the prize lost mouth Vhnt prizo tur Irntlior rflil It rc2doftcucr thau any of tie v lir3BaJ uujillill EGYPTIAN CIVILIZATIOPJ Its Origin One of the Unsolved Enigmas of the World TKT origin of Egyptian ciyiliza tion uias been the enigma of tim world for the past twentyfive con liiries Presenting no historic or etenmiy nc infancy it appears be Lore the world at once as a highly civilized and organic community centuries before Closes was a boy Upon tins subject vRenan says Egypt lute no archaic epoch but suddenl taki s its place in the world in all its nmtchlcss magnilicettce rithont father and without mother and as clean apart from all evolu tion ju ilit had dropped from the unknown heavens Would not an explanation at least feasible be found in the hypo thesis that it re ceiv id its civihxation from some source no longer existing ilencs the 3rst Iristonc ligure in its long line of dynasties the outlines of I wlwpe crsonHllty ileom up wavering inViofunle bet grandly impressive againct the deep mythic background of prehistorip story at least 4500 Ii C conceived and executed tnj terpriecs extorting tlie warmest ad miration from the best engineers of the iwentietlucentury Did lie not alter the course of the Nile by vast embankments Icrgin ptable founda lions other Ithan the shiftjng pands for ins sacrfid cityjOf Memphis and corostnict the artificial lake of Moo risVloO miles imcircnHTfercaee and ooO feet deep as a reservoir for the waters of the Xile Look too at the colossal achiever meats of his iieeessors in architec ture scwiptuic engineering tittro nomical politics medical social anti military science to say nothing of jHTnjration and theology Vit negs the ruins of the Labyrinth rc crtitlcHl by HorodoiuR which had 1000 chamber unit of them alx vo groulaxud half below a combina tion of courts chambers colon nades statues anti pyramids Wit he the wonders of the magnificent temple of Karnak which still a vakcns oiir admiratiou a temple as Dcnon rays wherein the Cathe dral of Noire Dame in Par could be set Infiilc one of its halls anti yet not touch the walls Witness the sublime pyramids originally biiilt iri honor of the sun god Ra and for ufee in astronomical observatTftrie the splendors of Memphis fhcbes iULI Heliopqlis of the sphinx aru the obeUskS the statuary nail the numerous temples with the ruins n which the land is etill fiuledEx change Tha Boavorc Tooth carpcxitcrs can do more effective auk luau i turned out eie and neatnes by the lxxi vors tooth TJiis is the principal tool with which these patient cldVcr builtjtrs construct their daitt The outer Surface of tile tooth iiut scale of very hard enamel wiilctlfe body jit it is of softer dim t lie As till dofttr substance wears arty m use the end Qftlic tooth takes a chisel like icvcl leaving x thin slightly prbj tihg edge ofliitrd eiiamel ai shaip as any carpenters ttool fresh fr yn the oilstone The thin scale of enamel gives kennoiat the softer dcatlfte supplies strength and thus the boi bination forms a fofmidabJu tool which actually sharpens itself by use Rcccsurcd A Iearuidr6fcscor nolfid for hit jwver conccntiatioif and for lui absorption in the matter at hand came liOmo pne night says u writer in the Philadelphia Ledger 3 till concentrated on the thought of the evening lie had scarcely 8pule4 the boil covers over himself whca he heard a slight noic Is some one there ho asked Xo professor rfcplibd the IR truder under the bed kiiowing lib peculiarity there is no UU here Ulic profesorgave a sigh of re iief aiwl turned ovir to sleep I wr alrjost certain I had hcnnl nC V ricVJ he remarked to himsolt JIcGorcrii 3IarCn Vltli Circus It was aunofii ed recently by thi utHiuiuetncut of a prominent circus tkat ferry leG ovein former feHlher wetJhIt cliatnpioii of the price rhifr probably woftld bp seenon the tanbark with the show before the tniiuinercn agiincut clogi Wlth the little fislu jr wiil uppar life soil Klx years old Terry ivceutly visited the circus in New York and with him was Terry jnufor McGovcrii took especial inter st In the race between a man aud a boy uwmitcd on a borne arid pony re si ctivel- yJfter the shot Terrj rtslied the man agemeiit to iHtroiJucc liim to tiepro njotcrs saylus heju11tl4t proiKisilion to make flue little lighter was taken to th iprolutoters ottice iud after a little beating alxjut UK bush sakl he would like to get an cmirasciucnt witli Uu circim If the teruw werdriftht The circus man asked IVny what lie tljouglit lie Quid do McWcfn replied that he believed lie 1tiHlIi1 on would Ue a big KtUactioii In a librae and pony race The idea apiiikled to the majc nate apd xxkod iiiit the terms would be lire liundfwl dollar a week vas tin auwwjrt r iilpy said he Avould coru klcrihe liropoiiition Should the offer ac ptcd it Is afe to say Me Gov m and boy would lie a draw ihg dtdcl or the prorapi e In the event of his alHnx Jsvitli the circus SIcflovern will give up thp fighting gam fm pood Jokt y Itniltjcc h Voiiilpr- Ilernstin HmUk ihc jockey who has befrii causiiij a neusatlonat Oaklawn Hot Snrl p Ark by ills reiiiurkaule ridhuug eetaiisheih whnt looks sixs pldqiwly like a record This youns uat lisa Jxri ito near thu front In cverj oae of the races lliusfar run that tltewj hiss bteuu a general exjwea tiou of aci ff lui HimibeL go up Lp to a recent date Ittidtke pjlotsd ihe a io i3lilu4r total of tlfirty winners under the wiie while four of Ills mounts have cornc in second and six lauded third It Is but a year ago that this boy cftiuc into prominence at the I atonin track wlier he rode wiimor with a frofineuey that ppwied the eyes of the mce followers to the fact that a new star Ii the matter of furalxhlns win ters tai arison ou tlio wvstcra IorJ ziAt thil to of the season nt the c turU tflJZ lie Jtrinelrl tUrouU iiaaMflflOlki The seasons first cold may be slight may yield to early tieatmentj but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on that second pne Scotts mulsion is a preventive well as a cure Take ICOTTS EJIIULSIO- viiefl colds abound and foiill have no cold Takeit when the cold is contracted ind it checks inflamma Lion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT BOWflE Chemists JC9415 Pcarf Street Xeur York 50C and 100 p AlldraerUtf iijieininaiu wet auto men sat to tnc coast cud continuod bis phenomenal perform aiices after which he went to New Orleans au docpaned the good Impression that he had originally cre ated I Trom the Crcsccut City tracks he drifted to Hot Springs anti he am ply created a furore by his riding Uadtke is urlcr contract to a west ern owner O iveene and the boy luis up to tho present done all his w6rk on the western trucks Drill COCK to St Inul Team Presldent Iennoi of the St Paul Minn Baseball cluli hits Purchased Catchier Lenis Drill front the Detroit American club The consideration is said to be the largest ever paid by a minor league club for u player Drill goes to tttt Paul nt bis own request as be is a member of i St Paul legal firm and desired to be In St Paul as much as possible to be able to attend to his private busitess lie will retire from baseball at the end of the season Signed IV tit Uropllrn Thc IJrooklyn basel ill club promul gates the contracts of John Butler Eijiil Batch Charles AAb crma- uCnseyanu1Iieren Ctlarlcs MaliiT PJiil iVIt Jimmy t iRa BLACK CROSS 9IyMcrl ius llnrvcKt u Death heaped iii u HiiunttMl lint Wc were forced ttz cttnip three days at the mouth of tlie IMo Frio which empties into Ilake Nicaragua just where the Suit Juan begins We Were joined there lby a i arty of Tjrmaii scientists who wore making a tour of the Central American republics There were seven In the jmrty and two na tivq guldcu They hind lost a tenrIu rfoasiug the rapids and one of tlnm vfls forced to sleep in an old dcserud lint buried in the rtlil foliage lie Wh a yoting Lelpslc student of line phy sique and beloved by all his compan ion The natives had tried to die suiide luau from sleeping in the hut tchiiig him that thy place was haunt ed They asserted that whoevcr slept them was always found dead ret morning with a mark oft black cross oh the neck just over the main artery As a proof of what they sail they showeJ two ominous looking momuls hurled in tile shrubbery npar the hut which they shklere the graves of twp Eiiglishmcn whohml sought shel ter intlu liituutitl casa Tradition haul It that sonic crime or Bacrflcgi hind been coiuiilitte there and tht as a punishment wlroovcr slept hi the hut was found dead in the morning with the ciusv nlpra on the nwk err Shilbach however was not to be deterred by flny such super stition as willed It So about 10 oclock he retired to his hut and nmiceil bis torch was utlu a few injuutes arid all was darkness We IiHd paid no atteution to tlie story of the natives but as Herr Shilbach did not answer tlie bngle call for brcakfrtsi the Indians were ordered to siimmon him It wits only under threats that thoy yielded buti carccly hind they en tered tin hut when we hues tin most frisJitfnl scnnuns anti tjn next min ute the guid w wore rusliiii wildly to ward us slioullng in brokjll tjpanish nisi Indian BpUt la frux nlra li crux niura II wiior Is dead AVe all ran to the lint and to our horrdr there lay the young limit wrappwl In Ills blanket isis head Jirown Iwck sliow hug the small libel cross on the hit fclde of the neck llxchauge- SlauillnR AVou From Latlinm fli orgc Stajidlng American profes sioiial racket clmn iion successfully dcfuitdcHl ills title In a inatcli wlUi Pe ti r Ijithani of England the worlds cbayiplon at tim Now York Racket and Teilnlg lub recently Staudin won by three games to love In thirty minutes of the fastest rackets ever 6i en in the United States The score were l5 15It and 15IQ A purse of 3000 went with the title Standing hardly failed to Improve an opportunity Ijitham only getting four aces Trom him on misses Standing gat eleven frees by opponents misses Ou aces by service Standing gained onlj nine to thlrtceii for Latham but the Englishman coUld not do as well as Standing In voll yfus and the Amen can gained twentythree aces bj plac lug balls that could not be returned to eight by placing for Latham Stand ing was accurate in fast service nail volleys anti excelled in footwork Niilnpr DIlloiiM Progeny IH SouL hue Jnrgest sale of trotting stock at Private sale made for many years wa consummated at Santa Rosa Cal re cently When Sterling R Holt of In dianapolls hid purchased twcutyfi head of the progeny of Sidney Dillon the sire of Lou Dillon The sale wa made through Millard Sanders the driycr of Lou Dillon when she mado er unequaled record who Is a promt scat horseman of Santa Rosa LJIcvei 9f the uuimnls are unnamed yearlings The money Involved In the transaction approximated 10000 f Rnclnj Aiuto Weight Stafidard Chairman ICobert Lee Morrcil of the racing board qf the American Automo bile association says that perhaps tho weight standard for racing cars amy lbe changed next year but at any rates the American Automobile assoHatlqu will have more weight as the national jvcrniug liody llz APAttANcE Two American yeomen a more In f quiring race than exists among agricul turists of any other region hud been neighbors from childhood upward Peter Prince had remained unmar nod John Homer had taken a wife One evening Hbrncr thus addressed his friend Peter though you mock at ghosts and the notion of the spirits of the de ceased returning to visit the friends they have left behind and the gcenes which Avert dear fo them when In the flesh I have never heard from you or any other person an argument which convinced me of the impossibility of such visits or even of the Improbabil ity of the souls of the departed being permitted to hover about places and persons deservedly near to them and of appearing and giving a salutary warning either by signs or words oJ approaching death and the necessity of due preparation Petnr PrinCe laughed and after knocking the ashes out of his piie he thus addressed ids friend Give me tim tbbaciio John I never said It was not so I oiily say I can not comprehend how It can ba Jive me a coal of lire I Cannot reach the tongs There may and certainly do exist a great many things beyond our limited comprehension said John handing the tongs When one or other of us has left this world perhaps the privi lege may be granted Ilorner paused What do you mean asked Prince Mram thinking said Horner very deliberately that as one of us will probably be removed before the other find have the knowledge I so thirst aft er glven to him lie might be permitted torcturn and impart IMo his friend Very well John Homer said Peter laughing i promise that If I go first I will come and tell you all about it If I can and John you must promise the same neighborly office in regard to me If It Is your Jlrat turn I do said Ilorner solemnly Here we drop tim colloquy and pro ceed to the denouement of our story with as much brevity as possible being convinced that brevity Is the soul of a story as well as of wit Peter died In the presence of lilt friend if not In his arms and with his characteristic hardihood almost with his last breath after recommending his sister to homers rate reminded luau of the engagement they had en tted Into concluding Itls my turn toknow first and here solemnly renew1 my promise The death of his friend was a heavy blow to Homer He became fuclan choly Ills thoughts dwelt upon a fii ture state more tItan ever that lie andtd been wron- hiteriuugtIjou stiuii a contract lie looked to see a spiritual visitor or to hear from the world whose secrets he had so daringly asked to have this played to him He feared now what he hind so earnestly wished Solltud became irksome to him and he dread ed sleep expecting thjt in the night when spirits wander until the cock crowini calls them to the prison house the ghost of his friend would announce thi fatal secret of his condition and stnumon him to participate John fell sick and disclosed to his wife the com pact he hind entered into with Peter Now Mrs Horier was a woman fit tIe given to speculations of any kind Site attended to her duties worked hard scolded sometimes harder went to church regularly and hind little mix iety respecting another state of beluj She laughed at John and It is said called him and his friend Peter a cou pie of old blockheads for making such a dangerous agreement AVe shall ser whether sle or her husband was right homers illness made It necessary to seek his lied long before the household cares of his helpmate permitted her to think of rest uddeply he heard his name pronounced juftuiuuly and thrice John Horner wa repented The cur talus wore drawn aside aud there stood Peter In flowing robes unlike his former guise and much changed even m countenance but still It was Peter Prince Horner gazed upon his former friend and tried to ask for tIde important communication but could only tfay Speak Hu then saw the vision bend toward the floor SauL rising pronounce the mysterious Words It might have been better It might hOve been worse Ilorner started up in bpd exclaim ing Stay Tl me more0 but the vision was gone anti he saw his wife standing with a bowl In her band As I live I saw bimJi exclaimed the sick man Saw who asked Mrs Homer Peter Prince Nonsense V- As plain as I see you lie stood Just whore jyou now aref Veli what did hel hr said the dame He called thrice John Ilorner John Horner John lIcfrnerK He usv rd low aud rjsing said It might have ioeii better It might have been vorse Ha ha almost shoutetl Ids vlf I called yon thrpe to before Cuuld make you open your u mid thiJIns hat had knocked urr the ten I stooped for bowl aitl ex claimed on seeing that It wls not brokun It aught htjye urea better It might have been worse NOw York Vows Iroy Rust Stnruii To remove itoi unit from linen wet the Shuts and stretch over a basin full of hotrtvakr pnt a llttk salts of lomoa on tile spots As sooi a they disap pear wash out In several char watera J wBaTiiss Cannot Be Caref by local appicatidn as they eannot reach the disease J portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deaf nest and tha is by constitutional remedies Deafness ia Caused by an inflamed condition of theniucoUB lin ingot tiic Eustrcbian Tube When this tube is inflaired von have a rum bling sound or imperfect hcarinpand when it is entirely closrd dgafnesd is the result mud nnleis tde inflam matipn can be taken out and this trbe restored tc its normal condition bearing will be destroyed forever nine cases out of ten ara caused by Catarrh which is nothing but an Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars foranycaie of deafness caused by catarrh that cannot be cured b Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circu lars free F L Oheney1 Cof Toledo Ohio Sold by all Druggists 76c Take Halls Family Pills for con tipatio r fttALEStATE FORSALE BY MCELROY WHARTON SPRlNGriELD KY v No 65 l0 acre farm located 5 bar ll I Itmmiles from SpringfIeld right on pjlce good dwelling and barns 50 acres in Blue Grass wail fenced and watered Price iOOOi i No 125 acre farm well located good dwelUng new Darn dll necessacy outbujldimjs 30 acres bottom land farm well fenced and in good state oi cultivation Price SI1OO- No 67 120 acre mirth S miles North of Springfield good5 room dwelling good barn 14 acres timber land 4C acres in grass Price 2750 No 63 118 acre farmwell located right on pike AVell fenced and well improved Pricc35 per acre No 50 acre farm well located Price 31600 No 70 145 acre farm tell located and lies well good house and small barn mostly in gras well fenced Price 5000 No 71 230 acre farm well located andwell improved lies well and is as good as the best Price 5- 0Np72 2l0 acr farm well located good farm and lies well and mostlj in grass right on the pike nice 7 room dwelling house 2 tenant houses good stock barn and tobacco barn plenty of tobacco land IQaqres good timber Price 50 per acre No 73 aS ucre jfarm well located right on pike and railroad This farm is subject to division 2 good dwellings and barn fine body of timber plenty of tobacco land Price S35 per acre No 74 WO acre farm 6 miles north of Springfield opd dwelling and barn 55 acres of bottBnr land well watered and fenced Price pr acre 525 No 75 125 acrefarin located near town 12 acres bottom land 4 room house good barn room to house six acres of tobacco fence all good Prices 20 per acre No 76 50 acre farm situated 12 mile from Springfield well improved nice dwelling barn and all nectary 80 5acre tarjfat Mack- improvements of trvcry Kinu all good land alHics well and mostly in grass Price 50 dweihinrbarnsgood tenant housed place well fenced and watered Price 15 210 acre farm 150 acres in grass 50 acres tolncco land 20 acres of timber good 5 room house pew barn 40x42 eight miles South of Springfield Price 1800 81 63 acres located 5 miles from Spr ngfield pn the pike good dwell ing and barn place in good state of cultivation Price 2500 17 50 acre farm 3 miles from Springfield good sjnall house and outbuilding strictly a nice place Price 5000 Mfflion post 12 months Xot In AiV Contity The city of S Louis is not in arfy county It Is ai in Impendent munici pality equlpiied with ill the machinery of county anti city govenunqnt It has Is own circuit and criminal courts its own rraml jury jail etc The cir cult attonioy Is tile itrosvcutin otlicar of St Louis Until IS7U St Louis was tho couaty scat ef St Louis county but In that ar tha city was cbaiplete1 ly seimratcdfroni tlH county so tlui it is now as independent suMivislon o the state Xltytoi a ferf mIles vcd of the city is now the courthouse tvt of St LoUis c untySt Louis Repub lie TIe Jrrxpy Cow The Tewey ton lu a small animal and therefore her Is small whlieft relatively iarge part of her food to profit Slim isaf- iomIstent lyilkor often a perpetual mjlkor aiujf wdlnririjy not they more than flx orolght vceki in a year She has an pxtrjuiidy long period of use fulnww In the dairy live years cover the oPk of tlu average cow The Jersiy phdHn s rntlI fifteen years old iiany mire prjWil lj wlu n eKhteoti to twentyoue yt aiM qf Sge Fanncc TIieOtaer AVny Arent you afraid that horse will nil away with somebody f Friend said rswchj Job It aint nolbin In Criutw gulch fora l6sa run away with a maji Its when a man tries to rim sway with h boss that theres dilator Wa hljigtoS Star 1 SorrtJrv of It FluslWiid dnlui the sutAtywnyl- iui t not nrel Li say what thick Wife Xo eppvvIot but you ouihu1 to ashaimd to Detroit Tribunb In Lcnt A teacher hi a artain EplaeopalSnn j sclioo Uitd beai improsHinj tilt her girls the need making spine per sonal sacrifice durlajr Lcat Accord iiSly ou lie first Sundaj that pcni tcntial season Which Ituppencd to be a warm spring day the took occasion to nsk each of the class in turn what slie lund given rtii for the sake of her re ligion EVerytbittff wetit vcl and tho answers were proving highly satisfac toy until sIte came to tile yonn joat nicmjcr Wull MarjV Inquired tutu teacher whet lhave you left off for Lenftr rferss maao stammered the child loft oft my hsvsHiis Illiani II Dranlgan Llnylncotts 4 Why CsglrvnersFsii Yoa try hard to keep your mouth closed hut the water will timid ii way into your mouth and uo3 trils A always draws ip breath jnt at the ihomcut he strikes out Title insures the g ting his mouth and nostrjls fulfof water at once dnd a collapse inov liable If you will remember to- takel breath between the strokes all will be well Quite when you draw your knees outward for the kick you will inhale and just r vour fet crc thritt from a Pricelooo posts No fbottomcan Cultivated every yeart goad improve j mentsof every kind 7 room dwelling halls and porch 2 good barns 2 cribs meat house buggy house milk house farm well watered and fenced A firstclass farm onehalf mile from Mackville Ky right on the pike This farm is well improved in every way new 8 room dwelling house 1Itobaccoa nearly all lies well and isinahign r state of cultivation This is a nice place and a chance for somI one to bus a nice home The price iis right and terms easy rce We also have for sala 33J acre Springfieldplace are the dwelling being a twostory brick six rooms halls and porches located a beau tifully shaded yard The barns are firstclass as are all other outbuild iigs There is on the farm agoo orchard and plenty of small fruit plenty of tobacco land and some timber is well fenced and watered Price S40 per acre N6 78 80 acre farm located Iin Marion county good 5room dwelling good barn well fenced and watered a41 lies well and convenient to schooll and church Price 2500 No 79 75acre farm well lockedt good improvements of every kind pew house and barn all lies well close to rood school and al churches Pride S3750 82 75 acre farm 2 miles cast of Pplin qn Willisburg pike good dwell ing anti barn Price 530 per acre rti imtro lOcated 2miles nCrt h of Fenwick good dwelling and to bacco barn mostly in grass plenty of tobacco land Price 62600 84 96 acre farm located 4 miles east of Springfield Kfr px9ymentofeverykind Land all lies well new place Prize 50 per acre 13 50 acres land well located near jMt Zpn church all good tobacco Iliad good 4 room dwelling barn 36x40 place well watered good orchard Price 1000 105 60 acre farm good new dwell ing small barn all good land Price 106 50 acre farm good box house well new barn plenty of tobacco lahd right on the railroad Price 1000 107 140 acres located 3 miles from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good land Price 15 per acre 103 60acres land all lies well small house and barn Price 2400 509 140 acre farm new improve meats of every lkind farm mostly n Take Seven boacs sold in This maliitcnaucc ration SO prbHtaalc of of romewljstt is as- stuLiv excellent in or for on meat oMhe breath will come vitli racticc and can only acquired in that me tray fi it Ho Had Npt Lost It i A London hns driver a writer in till the pa5scu ger on behind no resist the mnko joke j Excuse me said the but havent you dropped some thing II1tee wqt al ye tartied the ncyiC mind I shall pick it whetf wo get fo rVl o is that look 5i man i0 tho stranger man saved a good doal of onocy Vie on the corner He me in dc middle of a T f Ah I soc You were to lay and New 1 win ii do an v uz of do stMc at Je time Mikes and Rflht jea IVL acre fartn lpcate1 5 milea It fenced and watered Trice its per acre j 8G 50 acre farm 0 miles of field 87 210 acre farm near Maud Ky rGood farm All good land Good improvement of every kind well I watered right on theright and terms easy 88 95 atre farm located 2j miles itom Ky right on the pike Price 2000 i 90 sHe well one mile from railroadstation 99 from Ky right on thepike all lies well Good small house good barn and well watered J2o per acre 100 100 acre farm 21 miles from i good new 6i room stock and tobacco barn J0x40 Veil anti cistern j 101 130 acres 5 nfiIes from field lands all lies well and te1l im proveil dweIling2 tenant houses1i i barns1 located nirht on the pike lrice 0 per acre 102 200 acre farm 8 iuuiles from Springfield 2i miles from station all good land mostly in grass 20 acres of creek bottom good house and barn inq ijn facre cm good ments of every kindbojh stock atdtobacco and barn all in grass 8 acres of land Price 2750 104 25 crc farm well improved all 1ie well and in grass right on thep11cc 2 fronxi Springfll r ac c I pew anti clean Price S34QO A well equipped two storjr Iie with light and water PriceS275u Four room on Avenue t Five room dwelling on rundv Av nute lot 70 ft ft dep Modern 7 roomed located on avenue water anti lights nice lot good stable and other out baildings Price 3500 Four 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