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Ie 4 4- I ct hBUcS1fED i IN1883 JI7 i 4 11i it i i4 I itwit LtXIV b 2b 1 = WHINGTONC9JNTY I I KENTLJCKVMAY 4 16 1907 tiiiijIIf t I 100 PER YEA VUQJYrZJJIVJ r t U PRACTICALi l DENTiSi-I i7T r Office aver Baydon Barber ijVhtl work atraOflb1epriC 11YQtkpaantee SPIMGFiOELD i i OUPf DIRECTORY i1 SPJUNGFIELD county seato y1faaki t nCounty52mU south l eiit i Lexington 59 miles from lijiiTUlfro tBardstown branch ol I aIyi11c am Nashville lailroad in L fingard HricnUmral district Twoiamks telegraph and telephone J expce3 oceottraiillS1Uer 3 1rctspopcatiOR1700P p Ltion of J eiaty15OOO t XepreseatativeIfl oagrelll Hoi Bea JohnBon Barasjtpwn Ky ftKeseatat1veiri KiittLcb Legis atkre Hon W D ClaybrookeS r ItefKesciitative in State Senate Hon Harrv Lancaster Lebanon Kri County DIrectory CIRCUIT COURT Circali Court Jjpgina on the fourth JlbadavTln Februaryr May ind Octp t er1IjHThuraian Judge Ri Durham Gonunonwealtk At ocieT r leacbman Nbe merit jMa itet COM USS ubijjf a 111 AXTERIV COURT rq9airteriY CouirtIaheld on the third koaday jn each mouth It Br4Judger l s f COUNTY COURT Cnty Cv irt meets on theioarthv Kol BXLitsey day in ech tttht WffiEf j Booker Cqunty Clerk 4 f TV S Mayes CouVity Attorney x George Catletf JiUerl 5 Sldaey Otbourhe Sheriff SantAjiderBOn Dick ISham t HerlirlEddleman Dep ties I Ed Masters i Jaines F Moore County Sarveyor T POBryan Assessor tWrr 1itche1IrDePntT ItdbertNoe Treasurer f JM Montgomery Coroner JV5V ash Bapt of Common JlcmoQli P Q Springfield L rHstv CITY l JaipR R Noe po1ice Judge ti i1nGraceMarS1al J l WJ GrIgaly CityAttorney t JUSTICE cdiJRT Z ilntlce Courts are beldin January April SUIT and October t jJ fiuirch Directory METHODIST CHURCH i Rev G W Lyon Pastor Ser Tice 1lIn the First apd Third Sundays 1teacIImOnth atllja niand739pflt Sundays ool everj Sunday at 10 axn Prayer xicHn every Wcdnesdayi a3ghtj j +CATHOiLIClCfiDRCH t Rev P F Hennessavj Pastor Ser 1 ntS very Sunday att 8 and 10 oclock i t Services at St Rose same hours t t PRESBYTiiRI 1iOBUR H t J Rfev R E Q Lawson Pastor 1n creach1ng every Sundaat It am l t1Pm Sunday8Chool every J SnmdaT atr10 am Prayer meetin vir Tiimrftaay evening at 7 ocJoclf r BAPTIST CHURCH t f Rev Wai HarriBon TVilliams Pastof ab 11 amt Preaching every Sunday ahd TMS pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 aim Prayer mee tin every Tuesday evening at 745 oclock f t atsrirderst- t MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge iHo 50 meets firat and third Monday each nonthS SWiBefetseyctry second Tuesday Springfield Council No52 meets on i rvlour Monday XNIGTS f THE M ACASHSS Meet i r it chmp OLEYI fHUNEYAHoTAR Soriginal W1T1Y COllgkIIiBdy 1tjiv eo hJooW throat tad Itm lJ v trwiMec Mo orates Nonalcoholic f wdioreverybodj 8ol4 every whert TlMi g OtHtt 5 tzys5 IfONEY MU TAH teli s1kgsdke1EemtbtitIgH 4 Prpard ity bySIy Oompcny Chicago gale i y ted QpcifDr g fre T1r T- TIHEH NEWLI34DER HwWWfiHH WWU i u mnnhro l4f1 ROUND OFrtl tl MMUS JoMM CMMWSMMMi i How to Run Newspaper j Vei ama n goes astrny i L Kept fout when the critic roastsa play Keep ito t Wjierrfwoxneuln anger dash J Vvien amerchant goes to smash When the cashier steals the cash Keep itout When they quarrel in the church K epltoutSWhen a teacher wields the birch Keep it out Wh n nine women fair to see- Whisper something over tea prnt it Goodness gracious me J Keepitouti w WJiei two statesmen make a deal KeepRout When another tries to steal Keep it outj Storlesthin and stories tall G Qiliuidbadoigand small Anything thats news at all SIar mshout Keep itdut jEx r ORAL WAVE The Dan villepapers are telling cf a great moral wave which is sweeping over the little capital city of our neighboring county of Boyle If one should believe all of the reports which haye been sent ontlf rom Danville thjs reform wave would seem to bean uinecessary r effort Locall option has been in force in Dan yille for years and that town has been held up before the eye of otjer sin cursed towns Zas a great example ofvirtLJeamode1I town which others might do well to emulate It seems how ever the true condition of affairs arecomtug to light since the moral reform wave has Struck the town A Danville pap r gives an account of a meeting Of representatives citizens who have determiucdtoputthe Jid I Qalhe lQwn The keepers o several houses of all repute have been notfied to leave town and the piers says Several places where it is nriderstood that liquor is sojd or in other words blind t i iswele noti tied that they must quit heir unlawful business or they would be severely handled The Chi ers express themselves sde termined to see that all blind ltigers are broken ap And they nJay daw a paper asking the 1r ggits to sign jt statingtLat they will not sell liquprvof any kind even qprescription rUST AYAta meeimg 4A5 ofihe Board of Council lastFriday nigbtitwas developed that all of the holders ofsper dial licenses had n renewed for this yearand the citvclerli wasJ instructed to gvedelinqle1its until Monday May 2Qtih in which to make good and after that time to issue tax warrants againsfrail who had failed to pay up Attht time The town will neea every dollar hat can be collected on these special licenses as well asI the regular taxes in order to meetr current expenses and then it is feared that there will be a shortage The proposition of a bond issue for the town was brought up at the meeting and It was decided to call a mass ineetC jngof the citisens of the town at an early date for the purpose ofj he1peot own as totbe advisability of calling an election to take a vote on the bond question It is argued tbat ha only way for the town to secure a good seweriige system antk new streets will be by bend issue but there are many taxpayers who shy at the town assuming a debt which wijl increase the burdea of the tax payers Onq matter of special iriterest to the residents of the 1Qorthernb ken up by the board by the wayand that was the building of the much talkedof sidewalks on Walhut Street The city tAt trney was instructed to ai once take steps towards enforcing the jrdinance passed some tirneago- proyiding iiiiecons iu tion Or- the walks at the expense of the property pwners i f tt 1 1T IThIBEREDTbe Rural Piee AL Delivery mail boxes outlet tteedt from thp Department Mall adl dressed to box owners should OfjtbeboxasOfj who went over the routes to fl6 the numbering last week says fthat he had to use a gcod deal of sftratrgy in handling the un Jucky number 13 iin his rounds and incne case in pariidular a well k owh citizen and box owner announced that as much as he v rued the rural mail service herwould take his box down and do without jt rather than to have the number 13 putttn it For tunately it was discovered that our superticious ends Scap by a narroW margin and the unlucky number fell to a neighbor whe was conveniently absent from the scene and consequently couldtiot object until afCerwards and then it was too late IjIi WonderfUl Eczenia Cure Our little boy had czma for five years writes H A A6ams Henrietta Pa Two of ourJJ fiome doctors said the case was hdpeless hs lungs being affec te5We then rup1ojed other ddctoirs butno bgneifit resulted By cpance we read about Elec tnc Bitters bopghtabotUcdt1- on noticed Improvement We continued this medicine until several bottles were used when our boy was completelyf cured Best of all blood medicines and bOdy bulldingeaIth to icsI uarante ed at ffaydon Rob ertsdns Drugstore 50c l sttv 4000 Damages The suit of Mrs Raine ofI Atlanta formerly Miss Minnie Bohonr of Harrodsburg Against the Southern Railway Company a Cincinnati Southern and Pullman Car Company for 15000 damages ended Tuesday the jury gIvIng her4JOOOMrs Baine alfberthAtlanta and was told that shett would get a sleeper at Danville When she boarded the train thete she was iinformed that the Atlanta sleeper had gone on 4jti first sectipk She left the train at Junction City walked through the snow to the f hotel andre moinedaIfnight therein a coo room and came Jack to Htirrods burgthe nextday She con tracted a severe illness from t haying to stay at Junction Cityf all night Hons RObert f ding J F Vaharsdall and EIM Hardin represented theE aintiffDanvi11e News fiApiistCflDspniBion All nations are endeavoring to check the ravages of consumption tile white plague that claims so jnany victims each year Folevs Honey and Tar cures coughs and polds perfectly and you and in no danger of consuniption Do not risk your health by taking some unknown preparation when Foleys Honey in tAskinsist upon havlijff it Foi sale by the Red Csoss Drug Store Chief Thompson tbjbe Tried tThe regular monthly meeting of the pity courjcil washeldI Tuesday yening the ntayor and allot the members being present A sensational incident of the meeting was the filing of a 1 charge pf furnishingJiquorJ 10 a minor against Chief of Police J A Thompson The charges wtfie ipc rfejrred by Ccunpilmau John 1 CarterIt is alleged juoolIDougl8councilc ian and a miner TThqn5rnotionoMr Cater seconded by C tthcilman Fon- srelrytha chif of pulice was specialday evening to how cause whv- a should not Yio cnar Dnrlott or discharged from service It believed that ppme very s isf tional testjmonV wilt bef heard at the trial Enterprise J- T J s 7 II WAITED T 0 BUY 100000 bounds of OOIW S Glbs progfieldJy Had Liquor in Possession J K Hendrickson and CJ L Campbell of Casey county ere taken jin charge Tuesday after noon by Chief of Police Thomp son who at the time thought jthdlItIlelocalLebanon Tuesday morning and later drove to Springfield L Upon returning here the officer found that thjey had several gal Urns f liquor in their buggy and took them into custody Late upon investigationi the young men were dismissed the city attorney and city judge tain I that they thought 0 violation c ftt ItUIrelyI with the lquor though ekci said that the law governing th matter was very ambigupu Lebanon Eterprise Slfl GfflinlllD if yo suffer from rheumatism or pains for 4llard a now Liniment will bring quick relict It fs a sure J core fpr spraius rheumatism Jcon traded muscles and all pains and t within the reach of all Pri e 25c 6Jci 1000 R Smith Tenalfa rex writes Ibav used Bellards Snow inimqnt in my family for years and hauo fouijrd it a fine remedy fcr allj pains and aches I recommend itt for pains Fn th chest Sold by the lied Cross Drug Store j il Found in Pond J Yesterflay morning the body of Mr RU dsB4ntawas dis covered in a on farm l where he lived yith his a hert Mr Ajbe Bonta t about twott nlilcs out from town on the Danvilleplie The young man left home just after dinner Wed nesday When he did not re Iurni alarmed institutjed search but without result until iyesterday morningwhOn George McGlan i ahana colored man who works on the larrn ajid Mr Trisl reneighbor discovered tl1etopt of Mr Juntas h out of the water AsaditiCking the habit of the place not withstanding his very condition It is supposed hathe slipped over the em barikment inso the water and was too weak toget out The water was less than two feet deeP where he was drowned Coroner Gib s held and iin quest and returned a verdi t in b abcorflEnce with the facts stated Mr Bon ta was 37 Y rsof age5t and unmarried He41is survived by his father mother three brothers and two sisters He had been in very poor health i or several years and could find o rlaf frOm physicians oila sanitSriums Harrodsburg Denir bcrav The deceased was a cousih of Mrs S H Bishop qf this place and paid a visitto herv and dthep relatives iu the county last Summer D THE iEXAS WONDERt c CoresaU Kidney Bladder and t Rueumatifc troubles scld bye all druggists or two months atment by mail for 1 Dr EW Hall 2926 Olie street KentuckYJestimonials r7 I II IdCMcCHORDi HONORED t J jHe Becomes President of the t il National Association of Railroad Commis sioners t Washington May 8C C McThord nrtucknight became president of ofCflDIsslonerstniissioners W C McMillan wbo was elected at the last haseresigned the position and Mr McUhqrd succeeded Him by yirture of holding the first vice- presidency1Thei f executive corn mittee of the association held rneetinghere tonighttta which Mr McChords succession was formally ratified It is understood that McMillan has lsb re signed bis position as Staile Com missioner owing to a proposed legislativei investigation of his official conduct Atthe moetinjr here last January MtfMillau wa elected by one majority over McUhord The National Com Jhissiou is composed of the Com- missionersi of thirty four States and the members of tne IntHr national fJoramerce Commission v Owing to the prominence whiclf Ihas attjchei t railroad legisla tion within he past few years o the body is nOW one of the mosto 0importantthe selection of Mr Mcbho asw its president is a high andi depserving honor for tIe Xe1ituclre ian The association will hold ts annual convention in this city Octooer 8 and its proceed ings at this particular period tj will be vatched with great inters t owing to their effect upon tUe eongreiona14legislation programme I S HyBKtFnenuvt Alexander Behton who lives onEnral Rou e1 Fort Ed ward NJsays Dr Kings New earlblytrJer PcohP The first bottle ended the iorri le ugh and this accomplished the niier symptons left one by one until she was perfectly a well Dr KinsNew DiscOv eryj power over coughs and cold is simply marvelous No J equalerlitdon Robertson Druggists 50C nd 100rrrial bottle freeP Support For County Fairs 4 tto 1 Governor Deneen affixes his signature to the bill appropsia tirf a bonus of 40 per cpnt of the asl prizes offered Ocby each of the county fair associations 9f his State it may be reasonably tpe Jed that county fairs throughout lImos will receive a material boost IAs already stated in theseM cQumQs this bill was modeled ftjaferthe FT PLOWSII GENUINE lt LTA DOUBLE SHOVEL MALTA BLADES I Cultivator 11II- RIDINdp vl I 1 I TONCI WALKING II I FIVE TOO H The Best Lawn I Mowersand Hose fl John Lily Barbeir Sucessor to Haydon db Barber L t t J w ides that eaqh county fair in- State can thaw a sum from t4e State Treasury for the payment legitimate prizes to the limit fl700per year As a rule the county Ifair hilea most deserving enter rize has a hard time meeting and keeping Out of bankruptcy Many fairs have have not succeeded as the mute testimony of wrecked fair asocia amplyignifyWhere the State has come to the reSCue of th county fait as- ociation with a small bonus the local fairs Have prospered The standard f agriculture has been aisedrthe people are bet ter cff and the general sJcial conditions hive bacn improved TJlie county fair isa local in stitptioi that benefits all of the eople It offers something to everjf person iu every line of activity Whete the county fai flourishes best he people are in clined to agriculture Therefor helping hand to the county fair is a boost for the farmers n the right direction Prairie 111 Farmer ANarrow Ew liee G W Clod of lunk Mo had0101merchant es capo four years he ran a jimson bur into his thumti He says The doctor wanted amputate it but I would not consent I bought a box of Bucklers Arnica Salve tind that cared the dangerous wound 25c at Hayden Robertsons Druggists For Barrel of Beer A test suit was fled in the arion Qarterlyco rt several ays ago by Mr C E Johnson against tht Louisville Nash yille1 Nashville railroldA barrel containing bottles of te3r was shipped Mr Johrson frm Vincennes Ind shortly aft r the local option laws became effective in this city Soonafte- rit arrived Mr Johnson went to the depot for iit but the agent refused to turn jit over to him until he had beep advised about theniattorf Mr Johnsonsued out a wri of deliyery in the Quarterly court and1 when served by Sheriff attin the barrel was delivered1In oraer to test the law on the iufstion Mr Johnson filed d a sm Ul suit for damages against tne company for refusing was1tirstbelieved that inasmuch as the shipment was made from another state it was not illegal Enter prise Paint Making has reached a science with the Green Seal folks They have attained the bighestKdegree of purity you get the benefit For sale by W L Yancy Mac ville Ky D treaYerB syrup mA cIMi f 4ccZsl P ljtfi 7 t o1 I ltt tl 11 1 JclUB5CRI1ff 4 W c 2 r SPRINGfiELD iALgM nUn i mvIU I rM IMFOOO r IT GUARD SHIP af Mt the UMMB ifiarirt at M Ithe United States Goveoknoot mjktho To guard your home against the u seen dangersoffo prodiwti the Goiment has enacted a pure food law Tbt law compels the manUfacturers of baktof ontbewiThe Government bM auhdc the label yew friitctimso that you can avoid akitnr a4 it crib if k 4tti a k jsay pure cream of tartar haod k teck a 4 Sayptabttu J I RIYAL 1ROYALHiglj1riof Irish Potato A Irish potatoes are soaring in price and unless they stop raising this orcjinary eatable will be owe a luxury Withintepass- eyeralJ weeks the wholesalel price has leaped m50 cent to 78 cents arldthe prospects are that tha price will not stop soaring untiFOO cents ort25 is rea hedItThe cause of the potato situ tion is because of the carcitf of the article where it had b en though that the storage crop was sucient to lass out the season Ualitornia acd the Pa cific country generally have drawn pu the Wisconsin potato market which is witjkmt precedent JUotfrer reason of the steadi ily rasipg prices of thefiucculent tuber is because of the smafl crop of new Southern potatjoesU Toteyen a half crop compared to former years is being furnish ed from that section and tlibse tha are available are selling jat 75 cnts a peck wJla1el pride 4E 41 j fass fastiir Afar J had bden troubled with kidney isease for the last five yean writes obert R Watts of Salelt1iMo I os flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians aad jnec all remedies suggested without elWf Finally I tritd Folejr Kidney are and leSs fuM io bottles Completely cnfeWme and lam BOW sou d and well DurIng the sum finer kidney irregularities are often cau ed by excessive drinking or be ing vcrheated Attend to the kid ney at ones bfeMsiag Foleys KidBey Con Sold by the Red Crow Drug Stoie 5AtiotherTes ftRussellville KySut was filed here yesterday is theL6 gau Ci 9Di Couru by local liquor- dealers in order to finally test the local option law ts toBm sellville Russ livUlels a city of the fourth class and the plain cttltdeCisions do not affect the status of this city which is now and has been for quite a number of years a wet town 1be prohibitwefete contend tht the opiaioi of the Pourtof Appeals m u rtomt cases from Henry Ii c6laiMad TVoodford cou tie8tl tbe matter and that this city j now a dry town Tne city Voool ih i qMes- atheihitnOf the 1 I1Op tibnists ia Auwfc lTlMi Tbtt4uiInty held I yat ttwvl1Uand on ttOfbtIIl aointdrvtThcity vc4 ln Inot vote aU wit Ueart ==S Ytaraltuuqut q sr piil to pit1ois- IIlrhe cM li altiSwtlng W 4e jMr twQUoii locally 5n4 iiiU itfanwfc I ji It t i ii iiSwide atMtion throufrhpia te 7 St4e AS Bowliir GrM i Law renoebnrg MayavHl a Uwtajr other fourth clim f cities 1aMl third class cIties raUr tk MUM attitude as Rt1Hellvi1leIt I Tbe suit is in tne nttroe a application for m a n 1 a M agaiagt the City CovDcil to Ia license toJ G DicUfrwho operate a saloo b r aiL whose licema cxpirfcl im Afrti last the Council decliaUf te f new it Brbw4r A Broes bright th uit Jot UM jtofat tiffswhfle dtyAtrn4iP1p i and ppMtbljr beta tttjjwtti represent th fdifi 4Mit Whether uiert a now aajr question as to the sUtMLOtlU jKllTille thUjsait will 11y iMn 1 terming It has been agrsst 0 hereby counil to have tht C4ir rfi cmt Court piss 04 thtqw lio t and thentake the ease MS 1 tha Court of Appeals ro FiThi Weoffei Os 4 h u4red ward for any cue e catrthtaBBot be cijeAby KW OrHt OareFJ CjbcMy kco TitXi Q tWe tke itF and beli ve kit pcHeeUjk IkM b in all bnsntranestIIdaily able tojsarry out auy d tiongebh Irw i Waldif Ilaises riSwbole l Dcggiss SRails Catarrh Cure k terealiy Iictfn ikoectlT pos t ttf btoPd and fJwsyatc Te drvggitt Prfce7fc pejr IfTake Hallfs StlPiON f J awJTb Mog h I Kd L TheBayCb by thewCo rrJosisIijthe past ifM n ooib bM bw coQclvd d ukl 5the piokttw of the auccWful oae win bo pria ted at the Baiid yOparlor loss f nal May526 Btfeval IL1U44Sphoof raph WeN ilmin j IS thuroont Jb tkr o MI1 beavtiful bart bun ae1i4 t vooBmUfcrtof well fcaovftpfc tHe TheM thrMvwill b ftinr ed in a Katiooal 0nilMi i git I 4if U IUaitedswr VSIybO4 i t waut toseethe IoMJ I octbroIhalsMmIH f tlayt JcsrnM I tcbh tlbs ttbetmtlful WOM inlo Ifir l CIa itsaSetcUs ajid- i tukOLualftii rp 1pCU7 wa I lot san UK chlkkm It not BMMte or yrife Hke pUlt or ntUn aiy cathartiea Ortno lantlv Fruit 8yniptt4 dl trtlon and atlmu tMu liz s oWwitbest ir rtutl nanOiioJby the Red Crow Drug tore It r- tTT I ff MLEADER= ltJ pvatLRmtY TMUMDIT t 1i ijA iAfr IW ADVANCE J 11s l l SPRINGFIELD KY A a f t JL DAVISON t JJ ii rJeWu w binws notices 10 e na pe- f 4arc 1ubeNttflSrUOfl ItS taacU aBd PlIt1ta1mattet r E at Jow rate bat cash tr 181111 de1Ier Of suds AaVrttafaf eeEIracts made on liberal t taiand resolutions of rwpect to p rUa i tlr onisLziTsIM4traks 2O f h 1r i If JiicMDA MAY 16 1907 f i jJ +c i 4Jwej are authorized to announce JI tt tRogers Goreof Springfield a candiJ 7 ovvMHip for State kjcuitui jiuui uij Fif teeth Senatorial District composed i fof Marion Washington and TaylOr Icountflssubject to the action of thef 1Jemo raticparlJ1L Th Supreme Curt of the rUDi States has by a recenta iiMiiOB dealt a severe blow to f Wprance cause The dett elfikJa reverses the Kentucky t iFf4 Court of Appeals jna case fronv b Jtt j Laurel county involving the IJ construction of the MC 0JIf few as applied to express com jaaniea in local option districts Undei the decision whiskey may 9 be wntfr nanother state into Kentucky aifad delivered 0 O D Iregardless 6f whether it has even lj1Jn Ordered by the person to twhomf ritrfl Supreme Court sayS g Much as we sympathize with t the efforts to put a stop to the i salesl of intoxicating liquors in Sdsfiunce ofthe policy of a States werv are not at liberty togr vi nize n i rule whicli will nullify it ppcvrhestedbyf t i Congress over jnterstata jcbin merce4 IW therefore reverse the jijdgmentOf the Kentucky aCourt1of Appeals und remand i f1 tLe cafeefpr iurther proceedings 4 St not injjopsistentj with tillS Iop1 lontt l y Democratic office holders and v poiiitfcians ofthercity of Louis it ville hayejbeen tbrown into a panicof apprehension and fear J oyer the rumor thatt eKen tucky Court of Appeals IS abpuij to lender a decision to i V theeffect that the recent muni y apaL election in Louisville at Tt which the Democratic ticket was to declared victorious is null- and I void The rumor lacks confur mation jbot itslspread has caused great consternation among those byre in danger oL loosing r c itheiri jobs In case the rumor 44 4I i prpvep correcjttUe governor will be imjpoweed to fill the vacan V cie until another erection can I beheldJ a S J i vEouisyilleJs making a strong 5 2 2rll for the next National Dem ijcratic convention and fritnds t jsay her chances are goo The t t Commercial Club has pledged z I5000 to help get itand National i r Chairman Thomas Taggart is sai4o favor the Kentucky 7 mtrpj olis 4 eTi fWhen yoar back rches Ids almos f invariably an iedication that some thU1g is wrong with your kidney weak diseased kidneys frequently tber4 eynj13for weak kidneys backacbe Jnflampiat tton of the bladder an4 alt unary rl tronbles Sold ho the Red Cross Drug Sturer 4 i NOTICE f J Tdesireto urge all who know rttihemselyes tobe indebted to me ttvtorjcbme m and slttle at once 1 I I have been burned out and tisr very important that I should icke speedy collections of all 1ij Joutstanding accounts I trust 0friends will be prompt in 11 this matter f L W E Ltachmaiu l t 4 ffj 5U4Lak e OvfIwsl- g J 1t gj Kb 71 118 acres 5 jaifes Ironil 4 IHrfNctelejrooriL dVreUtogIn good c Jif aii aBt hone a cre tobacco it laMf AAlcl coca crib granar i f t1tbarJ1 lot SSme timber is GoodSIe ci Pri 135 pet acre Valley HIM If the kind readers Will excuse our feeble atteoapJLwfe will en deavorio supply alew itema of local interest both new and stale news will compose our letter however we fe that after such serious attack ot typboidiever weare excusable Messrs Jeff Goatley and Chas Settles of this place recently t to Clyde Kanto make future home We wisb- themmucb success Miss Pearl Goatfty teaching our spring schoolI and is dping 1excmany uffred seyerely from effects thereof t 4eatherSpringfield on last Wednesday Miss Julia Goatley has return homeIMiss Rebecca McWhorter of Spring andIMrs theISubjctlTl e Christian Home A well pleased audience was present among whom was Bro BeNight bf New Hope who was an old friend of Bro Williams nd it was their first meeting in sayen earsBro BeNight is a fine prpacber and I am pleased to say will preach here the first Sunday in June lEddf Janes has removed from this place to S Springfield where he will work oh the new tobacco factdry orSpringfitldsppnta it the home of Mand Mrs Palmer Goatley here Mr ariS Mrs WF Mown S spentDkiavwitb Reed r Mr and Mrsjl iL Janets en el1onWednesdayMay RvjB U Liawsoii of Springfield Among the invited guests Were lgieBrownEdg rtoifPleasant Grove nnd Mrs Chas Donaboe of his place Names of ovhers we didnt learns jt L Mr and Mrs Frank Janes tAItlZionfield wasin our mids Saturday Wr P Moran and wife Mrs Margaret Offut visitejI Atobng those who dined with Mrs S Ei Pile Sunday wereIMr and Mrs Benedict Maud Thos Reed and wife of Booker and Mr aad f Reed of this place All were highly en tertainedljy the new phonograph as the operator has about 85 new records Mr Thcrman Chesser of Pblin recently purchased a new boggy of bur local dealr john Janes and wife viited relatives near hereSunday E 0 Janes and wif of Spring el visited relatives in this seqtiOIlSunday Mr J C Hughes lost a very valuable cow last week andj purchased another cow and caif from ij H Tatum at 30 Jamts Moran and brother visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Hughey Goatlev Sunday Mr P Bjeay who has beerJi lingering seemingly aji the point of death for several weeks is very little improved at this writ ing Richard the young son of fro and Mrs J R ONeal of this place has just recovered from a severe attack of pneumonia Corn planting inthis section iis about finished however the rain of last week retarded the pro gress of farm work to a great extent Wbathasbecome of our ljst off they11avi mys6velhear from many of our former correspondents hut we are with theJbe few rem ning Iornwhile we hope localblacksmith to ork to any extent for several weeks is better at this writing The school children of this place accompanied by their teacher Miss Pearl Goatley spirit Tulesd ay afternoon on the banks ofI Crtwright Creek fisnirig and omprwise enjoying their outing If a suggestion from Dna is considered of any value suppose wehave a Sup dav school picnic during The month of Jupe and repair to the Bfeech to spend a whole day Prof John Homan olnear Mackville is teaching a music TICissltNanCY li Dame rumor reports a couple of weddings soon I guess Mr Thbs Virgins sleepy chickens didnt knowof either The ladies m this section are heving verV discouragingi luck with their y ung turkeys and chickens inlheflrst pace the eggs failed to hatch well and the young chickens and turkeys died very raidly frcm some unknown disease The neighbors always ask your correspondedt when well why I diddb haye so and so in in the paper Now to snow how much newjj we catch from outsiders I Yote a note from my sick room and asked a society lady one of our most prominent Sunday school workers to please give ine a few items As she was well and I couldnt get items easily and inreturn she wrote News items are very scarce cant catch any Am sor Jaw1sIagr any not so scarce Rev W H Williams organiz ed a union Sunday school here recently which is progressing nicelasthe parens and chil Qren all o hive manifested much interest in the success Mr S P Derringer is Superintendent and lia G Tucker Secretary- T C Tatham our local mer chant and buggy dealer has sold 15 or 20 new buggies thislseason Old folks as well as young haye gotten iin a going way The disasterous fire in Spring fteld Vas learned of by your cQrtIespolidetIt with mui regrets and we join our ctmmuni ty in deep sympathy for fall wh6 participated in the losse Having ncted tne fact that our dear editor hi iinime3iare ofIto dome our way going some Many from this section attend led the usual exercis 4 3t St Rose the first Sunday A U were dressed new capapie tied your cofrespondeut vIk Ind contemplated a happy dalv5 also was contented at home j stable to sit up and atCI chocolate candy II Mr WM Nally organized an- jA S of E Local here recently which met at the schOol house last Wednesday night and transacted some important business Wheat is looking fine and an unusual crop is expected tf thp season remains favorable Oats are also making a favourable showing Mr J C Pile has been haul ing bridge timber from Mclutire meanlbridgestion during the past two weeks We are glad to know that 1be- apprecidtesMalidcorrespo Aden p poorly composed letters dnd shank her very mucjh for wishing for us a speedy recpyery How ver wemust ask i favor in a good natured way Please ba Careful wbjich way they go in casting insinuations One of the most singular acm dents we most ever hard of happened in Springfield a few days ago Mr Hugh Goatlev of this place was in town driving ra black mare belonging tiS iG Tucker when be met an utumo bile which is a menace Jto th civilizd world which fricthtned- tie mare and she ran off falling on the street in a Tnjsterous manner breaking he right fore leg in two places Tliel pe culiar part is that she felon her left sida and broke he right limb The buggy wa only Cash PrOduc AouseI AT WILLISBURG Vie have opened a Cash Produce HOUSQ at I Willisburg where we iUat all times be prepared j t1eIveandto j t Highestt Market IIPayfor Poultry Eggs Butter and other country Farmers of the Willisburg neigh Vborhood willldo well ttb jgife us a chance to bUt their price j I YI f MH JQNtS C- OtJ I j IiNCORIQRTED S e E II lifjw j tl iiJJ II liiwwiE tw lJiJwtiill 1 A CarloadC L d 11 II Of furniture e Just receIved at Campbells a ar 1od of Furniture arid will receive another f2 one next week so that the people ofthe 2 county will know where to go for i1 Bed Room Suits Matresses Rock Jeo I ers Chairs Bed Springs i ITables Eia E 5 Wre prepared to supply your wants 2 in tie Furniture lline 5B ei 5ijiM Ift t I I 1Y1 HtI rf o f m 4 I lightly flanjaged but the drier tvas fri htened in a manner to death and declared Had 1 been killed I never would haye spoken another word UNO Ifi Kdracoldor coughtake Ken u qYr aiatlve Cough prup It is bettei han jany other couph remedy because it l1axativ princl9ie assures a h althy copious action of the bowels ndtat the same it heats iirritation of the throat strengthens the bronchial tubes and allays incarnation of the mucuous membrane Contains honey atTd tar pleasant to take Children I like it Contarms to the Nationa Pure Food and Drug Iaw Sold by the Red Cross Drug store T rJntvHie t jj There was preaching at ihe Pleasant Groe church Sunday 8ndr large crowd was but Brother Hatchett apd wife took dinner wLn Mr Robert Thompson Sunday Mr J E Trent and two little daughters spent iight iu Wiliis burg Mr Morgan Cheatham of ThompsOnvlle wasthepleitr guest of hincle jiv ivuu Oheatham Saturday and Sunfcy- MK Tames Hendrixs little son Marvin got his arm brokeii by falling fronj the barnFriduyjMr Note pa1rentsMrs Billie Hardin aril Mrs Robert Thompson were in Springfield shopping TLutsday Mr Eddie Hatchtt was at Mr Pop Bishops Saturday taking pictures He will be in our com munity a part of this week Mri Belle nhpfitfiarn nnrl litlip Goebel spent the day with her brother Mr jOvfe Cheatban j Thursday i Mr Clellen Hardesty and wife of Polio visited her parents Saturday and Sunday at thi place Mr Charley Bishop a dVifp Were in Williaburg shopping last w6ek Messrs Johnny and i Ernest Pratherhave returned from lilt nois topay their relativesl avisit House cleaning white washing and painting is alt the go nprtrr Everybody is at work Gardens have done no good Everybody that has planted viiII have to plant them all oyer Seeds have all rotted IitbegrpuncU IYI A little Kodol taken i especiall after eating will relieve heartjbornJar bottles of your Kodol posillvely cured me of dyspepsia and I recommend it as that was three years atro and I haent been bothere since with itt II Kodoi Is JUar to give rrlieft Sold by the Red JGrossSf Drug Store ifNTIOcjj1 t havhadcold weather which has held nothIgoodButwe Scan boast fi Stock of all kinds iJj high especially horses whichi Sheepandprices Lambs are selling at 6 cents tor duly deliver wool30- cents areboldingsold two spw ana pigs yesterday delIveredanysize6 brh1gntsan abundant cowsU m We haye a net firm ofmer chants at KirMand now Mr soldtheirOscarBrownsuccess ip their new line of business The change wilt make necessary a new JPostm aster atJJ tat place i I J PThe Kidneys Are- Weakened by OverWork Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood It used to be considered that only Urinary and bladder troubles were to be traced to the kidneys but now modern rj science proves that nearly all diseases have their beginning in the disorqerot these mOst important organs MilJ The kidneys filter and purify the blood that is their wOrk Therefore vhen your kidneys a evreak or out of order you can understand lhow quickl your entire body is affected and how every organ seems tp fail to do its dutl yourd sick or feel badlh begli taking Ute great kidney remedy Th Kilniers SwanipRoot becatse s soon- as your kidneys are well they will help ItrlalwillIf you are sick you cart make no mia take by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of- 1Dr Kilmers SwanjpRoot the great remedy is soon realized It ndS the highest for its wonderful cures 1Drthe most distressing cases and is sold its mints by alt ffW onedollar in fiftycenf size g ili You may S have a sample bottle nome of SwampBoot by mail free also a pamphlet tejling you how to und out if you have kidney or- t bladder trouble Mention this paper when writ ugto Dr Kilmer Co haniton N Y IxQjit make any mistake but remember the name SwampRoot IDrjiiJmersSwampRoot and tile ad dress Binghamton Y on every bottle But enough along this line w e want to say something about the people and country out hersat the North Pole Well we are all lpQor pe9ple but 1 believe as a ruTh there are as many honest people here as you will find any where They all pay their taxes without compla it and get nothing in return Our land is all hilly but we raise good corn and tobacco and other things we need We have some roads ou hde When they were first builfrthey called them turnpikes but I dont know what you would 110Scall l bridges across our creoks though the Fiscal court vOjyed for us to have them a year ago but now they saythat the county iis so awfully jn debt and the money is neededother places so badly that they cant be built We cant help feeling sorry for the poor county as we understand propertylisand four ebearthat dottarsreadily be abadotithererepubf JWpublican for Governor re There considerable sickness in this especialyThbsColeo r isloneI an three cases of pneumonia but two of them are getting better at ftlls writing Sinceourlastl letter the RoscoBrofdiseasestheFairvlThey the going to take the vote on the lo6al option question the llth of June in Anderson couhty and as the North Pole womayexpect j will write at another time In closing we want to say that we cant but welivedwe would be the pleasant guest off somebody to day and and some nothavet so nice for put here we have to thatVealmostwill close for the present MJA nSalveS4be surace itpenetrates the pores sknd byboilsdiseases It is especially good for bybe PEOPLE OF THE DAY Premier of the Transvaal premlerottbeTinnsonJl the most picturesque figure In there cent gathering qf Great Britains colo nial premiers IILon onHe cracked Jokes with his one time enemy Lord Roberts and was the recipient of ft compliment from War Secretary Hal dane who said As the secretary of state responsi ble for the waroffice I welcome a new OEXEIUIi I00I8 BOTHA eeueral among us and a very great gehernl too and my general staff and lore going to have tug pleasure of conferring with him on the mutual de tenso of the empire Five years ago General Both then commander In chief of tue Boer forces was fighting at the head of his people against the British empire Today he Is one of King Edwards prime minis ters After the war was over General Botha visited England and became convinced that the future of his people lay in the acceptance of the fact of British conquest and development un jGeneralj ifortyfour yens old He entered the Boer army In a subordinate position pn tbe out break of hostilities in 1899 and soon Jonberttdied lit Botha cam er In chief and won notriule victories at Coleuso andSplon koP Taking a Tip H C Frick descrlbed at a directors meeting the amalgamation of two nrfl roads At first he said the xY Z pea 11pie were coy Yet they were not too cOy They were like Pat and Biddy Biddy stfysPat timidly did ye Iver think marrvlni Shure now says Biddy lookingI demurely at her Bboe shure subject has mlver entered me mind atl all at allr IItS sorry Ol arn saysTatJan4 he turned awaytWan minute Pit says Biddy softly Yeve set me thinklnY Rocbes- a ter Herald Order In the House Here isa story of the last congress which a friend of Representative John Wesley Gaines tells on him I rise to a point of order shouted Gaines and my point Is that tho house Is out ofor der Mr Speaker we must have quiet Gnlncs strident voice mounted thigh above thexnose anti confusion attend Ing the closevballoting on the ship sub sidy bill Everybody Ms quiet retorted Speaker Cannon except the gen n from Teninjee31r Gaines ItItem Summer Fleet Mahcuverm to the plats bf the navy department the Atlantic fleetw1li be ept busy onthe New Englnnast during the coming summer Thee fleet will divide Into two squadrons the rod and the Tilue Rear Admiral Evans to command thw first dndllear Admiral tavls the second These squadrons will engage In it sham battle and An attack will follow on the defenses of vfihe detc9ddsenpQrts cornI = r P CHAKLES n nAV18v lief of Kingston Jamaica after thc oarthquaUo ulq departure before lIft mission of mbrel was completed be oune of tho wpUcnhaii letter Is re rout tory Her wps nlsQ th Amen run membp of the ortli sea commis Hlon which fqiiulrad into the shoothjj qf British flshermcu by the Russian fleet olaIte Dogger banks during the warcPurjng the Spanish wm Rear Adm rat Pals thcn A iioutoqnnt command or was In cQUimaqd of the cruiser Plxlq which cnpturod Ponce Portu Rico PH Is a grndiiate of Annapolis und fa nil oflioer of force learning and executive Hhllity Vivian fie would not saw wood carry out tbe ashes or clear the snow from the walks and pavement He declared to his mother that lIe was above such menial service and tladthe was cut outfcfor a poet So he Bet himself to work Iliad wrote a twenty stanza poem 1 wlieb he entitled Why I Live signing It Vivian Heforthwlth sent It to the editor of n magazine In the course of tlmethe editor returned the Ipoem with this cruel note My Dear Vivian The reason you HVb Is because you sent the poem by mall instead of bringing It In person What Tommy Would Expect uWelJ8Jhl the Sunday school teach er It Is reasonable to suppose that the father spoke very kind and loving words to the prodigal upon the lattcrs return home Now what do you eup pose your mother would say If you aft er having been away for years should parloriTommyI I that the first thing that Idhear answered Tommy twould be Fave you wiped your feet 1 rii l I Begernarifvsx i IJI J I Harness Shop1 elI S4deoI Xi II Handmade harness a Specialty and jJL repafrinf 4S- hI promptly and neatly done Ii IIIhohvethmeeI I Dumb Shoemaker who ris an expert workihan Your one rspectfullyI L22a 8 Jl BegemanriOOOOOOOOG i 1 8 THE FIRE j 8 P1Lawrencejiistasitdid before the fire I have ja Q nice line of 9 Watch s ClocksI Jewelry aI I kinds Cut PlaSJSilverwar etbfc pome and get prices d 8 Jps J Graves 8 Main Streetr opposite PrejSbvterian chirch VVVA 8 0 jLmimeItI Cug1CodCrcupI J rIt leumaf ism an rt100rt t t Riddles In what placoare two heads better XxHow to fearn his living Byfowl means Why should nsplder nppear tq have wings Because It often takes a fly When is a dog most like h humanbe ingl When he Isbetween a man and n boy Why are clergymen like brakcmen Because they do a great leal oC couP- ling T 4 The Rabbits ytaidin The bachelor sultan of Rabbttland L Met a ldy a5 sweet as honey She nndshorlveihimAnd the day of the weddlng wa auOti The wedding banquet was Very fgrahd The sultan apjpllots of raonei The lady now relpns with him qer HUt land iTiey call her Bultona Bunny J Iailowea aniitticn- MudgeThis wutci has been stopped fpr tjvo or three clara JeelerLem- me see Jt There Is nothing the matter with It percept that It has not boeui wound Mndge I thought maybe that was It I remember you told me to wind It UP Just before I went tp b nndl havent been to bed f fr ifrei nights PhYli loIIYjA pupil In a school near Ghrithnm square New YorK city tliudeflned thfeword Bptne A spine Is it long llimber bone Your bead setdon One end and you seton the lth xIIpplncotts Magazine 1HarIto SuitLWhen your motherb law tell Intdj her the oUt water why didnt you help to gettt My dear niadam you must know that nothing Ive overdone kits pleased herrJudy J t NUI1BCream Vermifuge TIE MMMHTEEI WORMREMEDY Y1If I SOla by Red O a PROSPEtT1t tThi combined c talli nh tile season of 19VI atagafybetter known astheFestez JjfgonthejianvilJe pike I mlierli Lebanon Ky al fi 0 v 15 To Insure a LivleC fitip V Mares traded or jwxtitilwliki felts Insurance aad TMiM jdue at time of swck trMoaeltoHi retai edaicIt till eaMw ta Mares from a distac fru 4 reasonable price J arjw eitrw will receive our persoaaJ atteftt but not reSpoasiblrl r for ccdetiescapeS jI DxSoRiTI0r- Foaled 1900 Z5 hawk 3i cb a beautifulbay botk rear feetk to ankle Very rarify iwckjftieiM and ear short back ine JJeaj quarter large boise J smooth rieautifuluattnrftf i Tioder saddle oc Hasbe5w r a winning isiiny pfCfthMNi W and saddle classes traeske- atucky afcd tker Itabes nrl second prize lir SacHle StaJJfoo at ChIcago 1906 9k IM size and with great s1yle lThougk youngr feiacoltss ae p big iilgh prices asdiaciit are luigbly p1eaed wltkte JLr PEIioRz Sire Dsnitj 19i ASL R brChe4- 1Oheiy BIIaSqin4J DoraJcan No2T4G2t Abdallah 3d daw hipMrMark 3r fij Mk aa i iHa k Mprgaaj itk AM ha- by Waggeaes o t- 7bfWet 6T A 3E H t by William Wekk Re br 1 HaiBbletofiaii tS dwn rA eager M da kf CHUi Y r we take pleare JI g b- eser1cesofkIseyaaf to the breders o llarkM r counties belfevlef ke loa that will pr64ocfc a c that is BOW 11ythe Eastern trad at the lUTe nlces ttt b4eer 1 a l ick ibefore yofii iaes 4 LtiiJr r iw T DJtBURTOI IfIDIE DENTIftT r TEETH EXTRACTED c irfHoufr PAIN fj rg 0 oHa gM mockp tmlt r JfBPRING1ELD KY i milj Dental Work Strictly J Firitclmsi E1 JJR J C MUDDP- ljbicM r I ndISSirgeon Office hours 8to9amj 1to2pm lA4 t t bover HaydoVs Drugstore i t i rtLariipton 1M D t i Office ini Opera DouseI o t Office PheHe Ne O t Residence No WF1G4UGSBY A t TfORNEY AT LAW ie K Moe OVePeOplC5 Bank- 8PKINOPIEIJ1 l KY frs RoBAkDS M Wi FXATT I RPBARDS iiiATT IT lljsiciins and Snrgcoifi f Qffite ove O W Hagan Vgro a t eery opposite Presbyterian r church Dr WWvRay V PHYSICIAN ANDSURGEON Office over Haydon R bert1jj It ions1 Jrug Store l Phones 1 Office 155 to i Residence 172 rTLLMiiL MAYSI FOHfBAt UIKECTOB t JND LICEiSEHMBALMEIi i TELEPHONE DAytlQ NIGHT 74aSPMGFIELl Ilf t Rairoad Schedule SFollowing is the time scheduh ripw in effect on the Bardstowr and Springlield branch railroadS J Kov41 Jjeayes Louisville at 430 p m JBaildstown Junctioi 5f22 Prfl4Bardstown 06pm Arrives at Springneld 705pwII Ii No 42 Leaves Springfield ai- f t6t20am Bardstpwn 607 am1 f Sards own Junction 650 am irnvea at L6uisyiUlet 740 a m No 43 Leaves Louisville atL 9 20 am Bardstown Junction t ftlO am Bardstown 1100 am arrives at Springfield 123Opap No44Leaves Springfieldi j t 1QO pm B lrd town 220 pm1b4 Bgrdstown Jnotiont 485 Iarrives at Louisville 545pm ti No 90 Sundays only LeaveJ 8p igile1d at 715 am Bards t tpwn 8 am Bardstown Junctioi 845 am arrives iatLulsvillet t 4 935amOonlyLeavesILouisville at6 pni Bardstown I iiJunction 645 pm Bardetown 730jamr arrives at Springfield 825 pru v t TtTilacce Shippers We ish to state to our friends t throughcut the tobacco growing sections that we are not connectt t ed directly or indirtctly with anv other warehouse or ware t 4 House company Wecqnducta Strictly Inde pendenV1 Tobacco Warehouse Commission Business and res t Tactfully solicit your patronage G A BRIDGES CoP oprie tots Pick i Tobac6o Warehouse Louivill cjiy 408 mo iIf H KILL HE COUGH APDCURETHE LUNGS WITh Qrings DiscoveryI ceORI 100 V LS Fru Trial art and Quickest Ours for all TB310AT and LUNG TKOT7B 1 J XOW or KPinET BACX Ii The Weeskly CourlerJourDal l i o a boom Its circulation hafe f own wonderfully in the past few motths deservedly No J t4ir piper ppblished any r thi tM w4ek1y Qourler JQIfll HI ry Watt rson h itoiiaIs jre all orioted in the jWek1y t II ft J a4Ct1QS 0d Att- I3 if1c irtankait pre 5 that pidI t ol jok akd HMrice it look as 104 u new Ptie reasonabto LINKS RAY 01 ITOWNI I 0tfSHitoi iaratfiriiS tf Loca1HappenIns of Interest I The Freshest and IBtestiI IFrIernsII fI19ITry Maxwell tou9e BlendI Coffees W P Lawrence J 4 itttowt r Wire flower statjdsand settees for sale at Barbers roiSAw young milk cow for sale by Dr Debo Try Satisfaction Coffees f18c j t W P La Hence FOR RENTA ver oft JLoverl L A Burns FOR SALE A short horn bull calf subject to registration t L TSaidiD Have you seen he Percula torat John L Barbers Its a great invention and is worth tiiin vestlgating FOR SALE CHEAP Soda fount fixtures Yolo Cocacola and Syrup stands Spoons glasses ndih lders b W P LAWRENCE aGreencoverlj better than others becauseitistmade fiom best mate mls For sale by W L Yancy Maclhi le By j Buia bottle ot old McKennai keep at home in case of sickt ness It is the best and purest a arid is for sale in Springfield only by J J kcCabe CjGreenrnsurface satisfactorily thin any l other Try it and be c nvticedc For sale by W L YJmcy Ma1gKy 1IIemGreen Seallthe paint that W8Ys satisfies It costs 110w than the other kind lasts longer For sale by WL Yanuy Mack t ville iin MrS B Thompson who was the first manager of the Walton l otel but who later removed to Lebanon has been engaged by Mi Rice to assisthhirfor awhile the management of tfie WaCr l MrjhompsonsBfriends Springfield as well as among the traveling public wiJI be glad to welcome him back in of the harness Mr W B Spears lias in his ssesson two specimens of old money that are curiosities The ills are what fs known as Con T- lnentalmoneyand were author iiu ized by Our Continental Congress before forming the Constitution of the United States One ofo bills is for SCO and the othe is i f the denomination of 35 They wereiissued in 1778 and 1779s On one side isi a cut of tobacco leaves while on the reverse is the following 1The bearer iis en titled to receive thirty five Span sh milled dollars prOfoan equal sum of gold pr silv according to a resolution of Congress One 6r tnVfcills bears the signadur ofJ C Mason and JohnII Graff Mr Spears says that the bills navebeen in this family for more than a hundred andtwen rive pears having been the proplerty of his grand father Arthur J fir Gribben who was a soldier in the American Revolution Mr Hirschel Smith who mar tied Miss Ruby 1 Lampton daughter of Dr and Mrs rH I Lampton of this place died at his home in Louisville last Friolay Death was caused by a tumor on the braip In October 1905 Mr Smith and Miss Lamp ton were marriedand made their oeme in Louisville where aith was employed by MI street railway company He was 4 young man of ine character iiid was born and reared in War ren county his father being a substantial farmer and an elder in the Presbyterian church The remains were taken to tthe little town of Woodburn near the place of his birth for burial Mrs Smith Ind her six weelfs old ngIfield where they will make theii inporton The niany frendsof the bereaved widjow sympathize with hiin her great sorrow HOnes Wanted Mr R E Noel of Louisiana will be in Sprinfifield oa Satar day to buy saddle and harness horses Parties having horses tooffetwill do well to meet him in S ripgfl9ld on that day TOPIPR II Declared Insane Sam P Baker tIe young man who was arrested here abaut three weeks ago for workingI smooth swindle on several oldI negroes of the county and who layinjail here uiitil last week has turned up again Adispatch froni Lexington gays Sam P Baker aged thirty years formerly of Lancaster Ky was adjudged of unsound x mind here this morning an I ordered tQ the Asylum Baker was member of and a prominent familyt It Was shownat the lunacy investigation that cigarettes aDda whisky dethroned his reasonii Baker was released on a bond of 250 furnished by J A Edgeh ban attorney from Lexington to answer any indictment wdich might be found gainst him vIfrithe grand jury Baker wbiiein i custody here did not show a iy signs of lunacy He wasa 5 cigarette fiend and a whisky q drinker but showed considerable shrewdness in seperating nuni er of old negroes from vf ious h sums of money His i carper wtiontbe effect of putting an endEc the crinainal prosecutions against him hero V GPleasant oRevto son entertained their friends inw most delightful manner at the manse 011 last Tuesday evenings from eight to twelve oclock the ceasion being the fifteenth ann dlarcongratulate the pastor and hi ood IwiCe and wish them many ore years of life together The iropmi were last1fuIlydec rated d with potied plants and yases ofa hite carnatioLs on mantels and d tables Numerous handsome presents ct1t glass china and silver Vere received as tokens jof the love of their friends both in andw out of the church A number ot thejyoung Jadies of the congre gation Assisted iin seryipg the refreshments and in entertaining W1fl The Glen Lily bowling team this placoi composed of Theo Campbell Harry Reed Will Waters Len Allen andy Will Greene went to Louisville on Monday and are tatting part in he State bowling tournament in he showing mad by the boys the first contest on Monday SCeveningculated to cause an enlargements f the head Out of seven teams 1infinished fifth Judging from the made the boys all jappear ed tohavehad an off day as the scores were all below tie aver age IyWeeding Announcement f Mr and Mrs Palmer Goatle of announce the marriage of their Miss Olato Mr J E Perguson of At1 ntaGa to cccurHill at 5 oclock onthe morning of Wednesday June the 19 The ritle tobeis one oftho countys farigst and most popular dau ghters while her intended isa young business man of the Southern city 1e Death of Thos Clarkson dMrne of the county best citizens died at the Springfield Hotel at about 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon of Brightsdisease of the Repairing GIassest Maybe you have X pair of glasses that want repairing Possibly a lens lost d4 oraBtemple broken perhaps baby dpulledyou droppeJ them onthe floor and they were stepped on Even if they look like a conkgplete wreck dont throw away Gather up the piecejs and brijig them to me Ro matter Jidw ad1ytktholishedithey are I i up good again Parts thtcannot be tepairieil I wil e I place I believe that with the material I have instock I can duplicate almost any lost or broken piece in any make of spectacle If youhave a good irame without lenses or good lenses itHout a frameI will supply the needed partat a reasonable price I dd every kind of work connected with the spectacle business OsF RuSSELL1 Scientific Opilcan NCXfIO1 ffI ti Spring field KyI li More New Hats IFor Friday IIudt Saturday rx on Display rriday and Saturday f H Price and Stylesf 4 are Correct Exclusive tlead Superior Hats Q BABY CAPSon hand all the tim 4 t l ilj MISS TT14 4 Opp Post office 7 OO W IkidneysI qn health to dispose of his farming inltereuts and sin e tEat time has eh boarding in Springfield and as been a confir ed invilid Thomas D Clarkson was born tjhe old Clarkson homestead irfthis county on the Spribgfield aid Liebanon turnpike October 1845 He wa the eldest child f Lloyd ajnd Elieabeth Clarkson and had spent his entire life in Washington county where head been a successful farmer For about twenty five years he as manager of the fine farm of Mrs Nannie Sharp in the Valley lli neighborhpoeltind after the death ofIrs7 Sharp about fIve years ago he together with Mr L Havdonpurchased a part f the farm which he continued operate until about a year1 ago hen he was compelled to retire from acive business Mr Clark on lived and died a oachelorl 5e ppsessed a big generous ature and was ever doing kind eeds for others His was a bluff honest Character whose sterling wotth wits known And ap preciated by allI wiih whom he was thrown in contact His arest remaining relatives are a brother Mr R C nark onI f Lebanon and Mrs Ben JJdon ot this place who is a baIti sster Two brothers Messrs William and Lloyl Clarksou have preceded him to the grave ithin tie past two years The funeral will take place from Sb Dominic church this morning at9 oclock r I ff It P EFCNAL iIMrJWillKrokerandsoDiGiiy and daughter Mattie JeftTues day for Adairvillelto yjisit Mrs Krokers mother Jf rank Peters of Lebanon jwas town Sunday Mrs Carrie Craven ard little Robert have returned to their homo in LouisvilleaTter a few da3 s stay with Mrs W KJ arks MrC L Price and daughter Bfrdstownforr Miss Emily Russell of Louis ule spent a few days with herI parents the first of the week Mr ana Mrs James Carotherg Bardstowjn spent Sundaywitb relatives here Mr and Mrs Geo Austin and hild ofXiebaiofy spent Sunday here 11rGray Cleaver of Lebanon spent Sunday and Monday here MT W E Greene is visiling friends in jjouisvillo this week Mr CoW Hagan spent Sunday in Louisvifle Mr Evan Hagan spent Tues ay at Greenbriar Miss Virginia Royalty and Mrl Christopher Hertlein1 werein Lebanon Sunday 7 Mr Sylvester Russell Jrof Lebanon was 10 town Thursday Miss Mayme Donelly of neat own spent e fev days last week with Miss Mabel Pricei Mr and Mrs N I Bustrof urgin arev visitin their- aughterMrS J B RoBards Mr Charles Greene of Bards own attended the reception iven liy Rev and U La wson Tuesday 1Ir1nE Mr Henry C Lee vas in Lou isville Sunday j Dr Spalditig Greene dud Miss Kate Putman Of Lebanon were callers in town Monday Mr and MrsJ S Glaybropke visitedher parents in Bard stown 8undayIMiss Willa Knottis in Louis ville in the interest of hermilli nary business Rev W H Will U1s left Tues day to attend the Baptist Coi yention at Richmond Va dlegatefrom th s church Iliss Clemie Straus of Louis Jvil e isa gust of Mr and Mrs Co rad Hertlein Ir R D Olarkson of Leba noii was called here Tuesday by the illness and death of his brc her Thomas Clarkson Mrs J ET kmptor returned fro n Louis ville Tuesday evening occompanied bv her daughter Mr Ruby Smith and babe who iwil make their home here IMr Hamilton Robertson left To sday for Winchester where he will act as hotel clerk for Mr Woodsoh Moss Mrs Robert jon Is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Henry Edelen at Ba 1frIRobertson at Winchester later I Ir T A Grundy took in the cir jus at Lobisville on Monday Mr Thos L Think of Louis thelco Ii a thelI f1iI Mrs Theo Campbell has reIl tnrbed from Louisville where she was called to the bed side of he mother Mrs S B Thomp soill whoi was burned about theI he d jnd face by explosion ofI gaif on a stove Mrs Thomp son isdoing nicely andthe physic ans think there wiilbe no per ma pent scar left by the burns on her face and her eyes were uninjured lUr Richard Rol3ar ls1who has been with his brctheij Dr J B1 RoBards the past nonth returned 10 Gravel Switch Tue day H Mrs Lizzie Durrett iis visiting relatives in Nelson countyI Mr and Mrs P Cleaver and Mn and Mrs Cbleman of Lebanon attended the receptiop of Rev anIMrs R C Lawson Tuesday evening iE Mrs Finljjy Scrug and little son Charles will leave today for Oklahoma City Okla to join Mr Scruggs J JStock Notes i Mr Robert Parrot who JivesI near town is the owe er of a sow which is the champion producer of the county In tw jive months and ten days this sow has given bir h to thirtyfive pigs and has jlost onlv two of the number She is a Cross Black Berkshire China betwefnlhbreeds of hogs Mr Palm well known farmer of the count iis gavebirthall of which were developed and thirfty One ofth lambs was kicked by a hojse ard dial but the other thre are as fine lambs Mr Ede en says as he has In his flock T MrPS Barber who always has some fine young jzolts andI generally has a prize winner for thefairsays this year he is Ja to tnule colts The rtiaII that Mr Barber has already Iloul mules to be delivered at weaning tme at 100 each Messrs Ben Fand John Fi Simms of this place sold the finest lot of slop fed cattle for June delivery that has been sold this season The lot consists of 207 head and were fed at the Mattingly Moore distillery at Bardstown Thev will weigh fronrl250 to 1300 pounds and the price received was fivecents Mr Henry Knight gets them for the Chicago market H f Saturday Last Day We theattentiOnoftthe of the Daily Louisville Herald and the JJews Leadej fbr S200 both for one year will be whr8wnaftr Saturday or this week The Herald has given us notice that after that time it will be forced to increase its subSCtiption price Those who want to take advan tqelrmodeyinto j office by Saturday nigh Such an ioffer as this will nol likely eve be made again I rrrcrcrrrt BISIGHT C BISIGHT 9 Iiflvisibleonly double glas that is ground in one PIECE for far and near work Wo also sell the Kryptox and Opifex Bifocal Glass 6 DR WC GRIGSBY JJ- f hasoneofhe best Optical ii- Stores in the State tie has 7Alowing ioll umits The5 Geneva combined Retina = g scope and Ophthalmoscope 4 and the C I Ophthamo C me er for measuring the as C tigmatic Eyes He has in C Stalled a water motor and t5 put in a dynamo for light C ing up the above instru ments He fills Occulfsts J g Prescription and does all g kinds of frame work J g Frames madeto order to fitIany face H0 is making a C specialty of fitting glasses C 5 and fits teem correctly and J 4 guara ntees atisfactonl I W C GRIGSBY J The Leadjj Opticibn- g BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY c I fCCr r CC Open For Business I4 The Blue Grass Manufactur lug Co has reorganized ard has opened again for business Mr Charles Logsdon will have charge of the management of tie affairs of thp concern tforithe present Workmen bavq been secured and the company is prepared to dciall kinds of repair work s iPatronage of the public iis res pectfully solicited and satisfaction i guaranteed BLHEGRASS Mipo Go Notice It Having lost all of my accounts in the fire which destroyod my plage of business I trust all per sons knowing themselyeo 4ndebt ted to me will cOme forward and settle either by n tor with cash I have rahted the stand formerly used by J M Burton Co and can be found at that place Over Hagan Bras Store JOHN Y M YESI 4ic 4- 4Mi1iiry Bargains II About two dozen Hats that were damaged by water in the fre I and will be ightlyii i Bargain Prices Al1l ofstock will be soldat greatly reduced prices on account of lack of room winy pre location Also my entire stock of Skirts and Y ntiiwill be sold at1 6 Absolute Cost iiTpm e roomfor my Millinery These goods Je 1 C not damaged andare RARE BARGAIN Be Bbe TkJJpgey yOU Need The Goods t WILLIAMS AA i F Oii I the argesLandc1eaflet30f I 11Dry Goods clothingg J f IToI J I Shop worn goods here Everything uptodateand at prices that will tempt the clfcsefct buyers r I SkDavsJL Mtheseear torducepay you W U look through those departments and boar orprices before buying We are showing the MWMt and choicest patterns only c f OUR LADlES READY40WEAR I IDEPARJMENt Vl stockedwith aU the new styles im siIIII1swellSkirts Panama Skirts Light weilhtJ tluliSilk Petticoats Satin PooMl tUtUst andLingerieI 1J r j I J SPECIALS 11 Extra good yard wide Black Taffeta Silk0Oly f c a few days Lace Curtains 3 ydglong 59c well worth 85c I LaceCurtain 3jh yds loeg 98c extra wide some KtttisiSo for same thing 30inch Jute Smyrna uK1 would be a barjainat 115 Satine Petticoais r 98c wortn 251jLadis UmbrelFa for 45ctworth 65c Ladies Gloria Silk UmbreJla 986 cheap at 1283White Bed Quilts 5ca drt 00 extra value I RobertsoriClajbrookeCo t I INCORPORATED t I iiI II r J t 1ttI NOTICE iII l t 1 t Having boufht of C W Hafm Li f1stock of Grocem etc will rnnHaiit the business Sthe same stan ViI keepfcthedafrsh uptodaic ItQkof everything pHI toI at 11 COUNTY PRODUCE WANTED 4 A Square Deal Is MyyM = Ill Bring me yow Laundry rgpreiMit I Lebanon Laundry Ask for FSrs jMalt Tonic and all kmd of soft dribIll WtitiKi J 1 t CattFtfrWhtYu f Ill trv Very Truly tours 7 1 1Il WPL4WRENCjj1Ii t 4 Wantod l J t St I i f r ti JTT Exchange tt I 8JOOOWorth ffdrr I tti10Rt MONEY t i tNlWe Have The Goods Ahd Need The Money 4 I iiV00 HaveThI Moiwy- g and Need He Gcwfc Owingtothaeli i tbeopeiiig tWu Ifind we have this 1 socko gods must go ojrickly afid we will aitkt Jffks I ash ti I l SSpecial Iu4iiattJ t irt4 j iIV r r i 1RRI1 40 i + 4 t rt J1Itw4raKf X bFAScrtaiis Or kfit I t fIJ Fi TtM i1HGraE8 FiJrof 1906 l ariii b h1 tLexin ton Ky Tthwekof Augu t4to 19th 1it cIasIYe About S5OOO will 6B jflyeai in premiums It will a letaalicfc uritb ariy otherFairi of jpportance in Kentucky tor I iit1l 7 of thebig Stat ibi MSoiiif tfc will preqede the latter iatlivw will offer the first meet tjTffbiBd for lle TJrominent f j i dpJiittl t fw Ei i Actio Better than was c verbdjatiyoherKentucky t all hat been arranged A pre 4 L iiiary prize litwill be iissued 1 f1itb the next few y ks Ot eo rM there will be racing for a- 1fir at Lexington without raciNg I f feuljibe an nomaly An at J I WMthfe speed program will be I Lepftred and sent opt in due J y rtirEn orier to affect an or aniza 4on which can be Qf verygrea14 I jSjifcitt benefit and work with 4ifl to desirable ends the sec gjitomt ff atnumoV of the most r llplo inent of the Central Ken SI 4ikyiil Jilv airs held a P3e ting at- I fton on FrcjayMay lOfcb e Spouse Secretary of the ilIDe jGHfasFafr was felected fmanqnt chairman oftheAss- oitionoSertariesili 1ind EL Gj fBrl iifci Secretary of theDan jUlB Fit permanent secretary t jDrhe Association will Jiave two rjm first tot y objects arrange r pcfcua circuit as win prevent any t onftct ot dates between the if JJJM Jil Kentuckv fairs that 1couldprove iinjurious second to e Xeciire the adoption of a uniform Mlaiificaion 1 The meeting of 9 JJl Othwasmerelypreliminaryl Abe future work of iheAsso 0 Ib j J1 It wis deemed expedL UrciByiccount of the lateness 0fsgaJeV to attempt tQ really puf1 actbing9nto effect this e rbut a meeting will he held T4Jan aryoT naxt year and a cliedile of slates as we11asa mofAlasifiatio suggested Ji i1d adapted Jf IuBo1it l stjcceedthQ fitktf tiiue use Herbine aaHyou will getlnstaiit relief The i4tat IY r1e11 tQ i posnbve ire fo consUtlon1 dyspepsia- i a1aria hills npd aU liver tom pJints J1r tIfory Texas wre SJeMy cife has beep using Herblae for herself and children fur Mftye years It is a sure cure for fc oiisjipatjqn and iriaiaria fever which iIsljalKtantlate K what Jit haf done ttforplyffamily1 Sold by the Red Cross Drug Store i f Qiit1Ceremonies t c tyadridf Toe arrival ftb1 litileheirio the Spanish tjirorje xoday vassattendei by dignified yt ancient ceremonies which have VJSen handed down by the ft custom of centuri sSnme t me t before the accouchement of the Fofitbe Queen a number of im +f portant personages were sum- olied tto King Alfonsos palace- i TneSe iincluded then of the high est station in the church Iptarmy navy and royal house 4 hold the Prime Minister and a delegation from the Cortss trJjy assembled in a room ad f it 4iaceut to the appartniutof the 4 Queen When the royal infant ir arrived hej was earned to them sj on a silken cushion resting on a Silver salver which w sanded vv to the Prime Miuigter He J pisSed with the precious burden dj arbondlihe circle of dignitaries Ivraiia ach in turn solemnly bowed tio the new sciqn of royalty they werecThisceemouyover iifef Qualified tu go forth and make + CarduiOhIMYlHowIwas iDespite attacksfjealous the organs regulates t th functions dnd aids I 9at tar mpJcedorgan the replaeern ril of L IEJ fi OF official announcement of the ai rivalSMeantime crowds attracted by the news of the approaching eventsurgea1 around he palace tgates eagerly awaiting the hoisting of a flag which Isa11 ways flung out at the moment whenthesalVer isi presented to the great men inside Thenews was lso spread by the firing of guns in the forts Later the birth of the heir was celebrated by the holding of special servi ces in all jtbe churches The tb1inat the palace Space is always lserved forsome of tho pooV of the city The font used for the christening s6neihat has figured at the christening of Spanish Princes and1 Princesses for sey eral centuries Don t PAtifflayV to be divorced from your appendix There will be no occasion for it if you keep your bowels regular with Dr Kings New liifeTPitls Tfieif action is so gentle that the appendix never has cause to make the least om plaint Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson Druggists 25c Try them J Sheep4 lling Dogs Sheep killing dogs have been getting in their work at alively clip in different sections of the county iji the pat few nights Mr JohnRobinson who lives on the Perry ville pikei a short dis tance from toW reports the loss of nine valuable llamH by worthless cus while Messrs Moss Lank BTardin and Jeff Rob rds have also lost a number in the same manner Mr Robinson in talking to The Democrat about Jheslaugh ter of his sheep sauf that a strange and unjust thing about the hew law eiiacted by the last General Assembly Whi enables a farmer to recover damages tor poUectedrromthe no one is allowed to kill a dog upon bU place even if it should be caught in the act of devour ing a sheep this several frm3rs haVe tbeen holding watch meetings t and numerous canines have been de IcIP DemoIciBKcw Pure Food and telw We are pleased to announce that Fbleys Honey and Tar for coughs colds and lung thoublesi not effect ed by the National Pure Food and Drug law as it contains no opiates or other harmful drugs and we redom mend it as a safe remedy for children and adults Sold by the KedxXroi Drug store I i Mutton rand Wool Muttonand Wool fprma strong combination and between thej twos eaprrien stand almighty good show of miking liberal profits says the Breeders Ga zette Shearing began sonic time ago and is preneeding Actively the wool clip being a large and superior one accprd ing to all accounts Lambing and shearing began some tiire ago in Wyoming and the lambs born in sheds and intended for the early market ares sijire to bring fancy prices Qn ondot the ranches 155 llambs were found with 102 ewes which is an unusully large increase Large numbers of sheep have been clipped in Washington anc three hundred thousand sheep yielded more than two million pounds of wool va ned at about 17 cenls per pound Coffin Brothers the largest sheepmen out tthere own 25000 sheep I l emaleWeaknessLast 4t neltonW Va I was going down by inchest from female disease with great pain After tak Jt tJqg I I ben fit dI I i jarrj not well yet butam so much batter that J will- i keep on taking Wine of Cardui till I am perfectly a cured Jj th eitvious enemies rl VS i andk1 tppsitiontoaayRetire pf female diseases If tops pain tones up t 4 z rxziivic I t Write us V letter descrfMnc all j your symptoms and we wlir seni you envelopeAdr1r QauJItf8IGTe a At EYCTJ Drag Store In f100 If I I Notwithstanding I CI B DJ 11 I My Hair is ScrqqqlyDb bd contented with it Have to be Oh no Just put on Ayers Hair Vigor and hav tong thick hair orteven hair But first of aHstop ypur hair from cpming out Save what you have Ayers Hair Vfgor will not disappoint you It feeds the hairbulbs makes weak hair strong- ThebastkindofateBtlmonial Soldi for over sixty years by J Ayer Co Lowell Tim ft Ilia TiuuiafMturer of A qersR A and anytof tb entVil come on the CuicagjO Market As is the- cae every spring there is a difference of view between hol ders of woolann and purchasers nd this has delayed sales in various sections In Nebraska buyers have been offering 17 to 18 cents per pound while owners havQ asked from 20 lo22 cents Not long ago South Dakota mark ted some prime sheep berefrom its experiment station at Bookings at higl prics- ProfeoH GSkipnej assist ant in animal husrjfendrvat that station who accbmanied the a she pio market jis entbeusias I tic on the subject and hr looks for South Dakota to bje quit1 sheep statein Jhe ifot distaut fu ture He says Prevailing prices for sheep and wool should encour age more South Dakota ffarmers to engage irithe raising of sheep The experiment station is doing all that it canto provide the best way of handling sheep both in the feedlot and pasture and some ercellent results haye comeof the efforts put forth At the pxperiment station they have been feeding lambs on corn oats and oil meal with exeellent results Last Wednesdays receipts of beep and lambs at Gliicagp were estimated at 28000 Every thing was from steady to 10 cents lower and the tone was dr ggy throughout Sheepl isbowed the sfowest phase of the trade Colorado lambs sold at 860to 7shrn larnbs from 075 to 700 land sheep sold generally it 6 ewes of same grade going at 525 The first lot of spring lambs got iin from Louisville direct ton packer They costB J cents a pound in Louisville and weighed op pounds When your food has not been properly digested the entire system is impaired linjthe same proportion Your stomach needs help Kpdoli for indipe tioii and dyspepsia not only digests what you eat it tones the stomachand adds strength to the whole body Jake8 rich pure blood Kod l confoms to the NatiOna Pure Food Drug Law Sold by he Red Crosjs trugStoe In A Serious Condition ltf Mr Wi1iiamPrteri a teamster in the employ of Mr Tim mLs Pralli the well known timber man is in a pecnlar condition as the result of an accident suiter ep about ten days ago While en route to tthe country with his team Mrj1POrtsr was seiqd with vertigo anc fell rrom the sUfitiininginjuries cause paralysis which followed several hours later His entire right side is paralyzed andit is said his recovery is doub ful He cams here from Jefferson vilietJnjd several months ago and resMesat the vest end of Arch st etiI is aged about fifty yjarsand has a wife and one son Bardstown Standard t Cures Blood Skin DiSeases Can ccr Greatest Blood PurlflerFree If your blood is impure thin dis vonhaveitchingJor any or skin disease take Botanic Btood Balm B B B pains1itoppertargebottle DIBdeep seated caswas it cures after allelsefailsI 91yr WANTED Gentleroan or Jady to tr yelfor Merchantile House f250jOOOOCamal 1Ifde iirable the home rna y be used as headquarters Weekly salary ef1l092o6per yearand expen ses A dtiexandei In l25 PlyiiaeOhicagot Barred Plylnouth Rock eggs for sale at fit cents pet setting of7 Mrs Palmer Goatley FBi F D No1 Springfield lEy GOODTADLE MANNERS Art lIn Which the English Claim to Be Supreme SNEER AT OTHER NATIONS Germany France and America iSay the Britons Cannot Compare With Them In Good Form at M alIUso of the Knife Fork Spoon and Napkin Let it be admitted that our army Is a failure has nor won a victory and never will admitted that ic navy woulfll havb difficulty In sweeping sir combined great werseI1tMsea ad mitted that we cannot net up to the French standard or trade iip to the Geriiran or hustle up to the American or cheat up to the Greek But we thor ish our little pride antI prejudice The Englishman regards himself anti is generally regarded as the best dressed man in the world He also plumes himself having the host table man ners To the Frenchman may be con ceded the supremacy in the preparation ot food while the production of it owing to the decay of our agricuN ture may be left to such outlying places as Siberia and Chicago But when it comes to the eating of- fooltheliJj5hiinaflas5erIs his suprem acy for if the highest art be to con ceal art the highest etiquette of eating Should be the triumphant pretense that one is not eating at all And here the Englishman wins lIe can cat hLs way through a seven course meal quitO unobtrusively It was not al ways so Lord Chesterfield aa I have been reminded by Mr riiiIip Wellbys edition of the Advico to Ills Son sketches the awkward man who holds hte kuifo fork and spQon difTerently from other people cats with his knife to bOo great danger Qf Ills mouthvplcks his teeth with his fork anil puts ills spoon Alliicli lies been in his throat twenty times into the dishes again If he i to carve he never hits Jhc joint but in his vain efforts to cut through the bjone scatters the sauce hi every bodys f ice He generally daubs himself with spup and grease though his napkin is cpm monly stuck through a buttonhole That napkin Isa test of table hmn ncrs anti the nco coudujrf of the napkin caught the attention ijeccntly of the German jcmporor who SJIWJOHO of hli guests tucking the uajfkhi under a thin rio you wapt t tt be shaved Was the imperial question EugIinds- iliprermacyin the matter of soup lies in time spQoh An Eijglishman Is taught to take soup from the side of the spoon And he is the only man on earth who emerges from soup with the white hirt front of a blameless dhinei uplitIl out the aid of a tucked napkiu Hoi lays thai napkin across his knees audi uses It when necessary without ostentation That discreet comV t of the knIfe te prcJudlcelttIts upper middle sos reaches tin English standard the nice conduct of the knife thor ii we are assured that iithp hip r t circles among ameers shahs sultans lakes and mUj lionaire there is a beautiftil uniform ity of al por Aient Our Insular instinct Is to in ikb lie knife Inconspicuous as poss ble iior there Is some sugges tlon of brup Hty in the slicing of lltst of corps jsth it are dsomecVto keep our vile bodies a ive No sn eh f cling restrains the Ger man ca cr and the French diner is scaicelj lesn sensitive The German who fpi ds 11 the average restaurant will shovel ils food into his mouth with thO lbin le of his Jailfe and when in atlit leult vl cram it down with the barf He or has he tIm least s pru ile abs f dp osithig the rejected resi due iip n tI e floor Moreover with the con inca al eater the knife enters Into con err Ion It is retained in the eatIeuJ tin hand it Is11raised iniplor- inglyto the oiling antlieavenIt Is brought intt strange circles 0f argu men t Is used to point thei conclu sion at the very lireast of Hip fellow diner JWhcn see la man waging Ills kirlfe rflT table yoAi may be sure he is an alien Ye wear no swords here Sir LucI is OTrlgger says nor do we argue wi tirkrilves at table TOe Eiigll li knife with nil its blood tiiirsty sug estions is reduced to the ilweat and east obtrusive oftice It Is not even d ig Info thesaltcellar for England ha i r ached the dqllcacyl of salt Hpooiis aid only ilIa Soho res tanrnnt will slit give you time real savor of time cont UN t by providing saltcol lars wlthou srnon You shove your knife into lOflIt and dream of Paris Bohemia tl e gypsy lIfe In which h you dip your finger in the pot England an suppressed thp knife at table The EngHshniau docs not use it for nTgiiment cr menace or persuasion nr even for the takngot salt Ills table manners enjoin that tile knife shall never be raised The properly con iluctcd knife at tiible never rohcbes fortyfive degrees above the horizontal TTufbrtnnately the American goes a little too far In the desire W avoid time obtrusive use of the knife and takes refuge In obtrusive concearnient Many Americans AvIH slice their meat with the Icnlfe lay the knife by1the sidfl of the pluto and put tile pieces Into the mouth with the fork held Ip tlfe right hand wtbis is Injustice to the knife which has its modest function London Chronicle v He Went Boreleigh at ll15Ah MIss Critic dlspofsitloiiXUss Critic yawSiIngTou tlOtn trie Ifr BortIelgh hut I must confess toa slight uisposltiou to retire Puck there nothing so powerful as trutn thd often nothing so strange Wob ter THE ORIGINAL LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP For all Coughs and assists In jternjbowels3reUdwhoopingcoueh nearlY au owel cough p rhcuresarelh e Kennedys Laxatlya moresIno Opiates RcaIsom and the Honey Sea l is on every botUe uxTfiOONTAININQ FH0NEYWFARPRZPARXD ILO DeWITT ft CO OHIOAQO O L Sold by Red Cross Drug Store I v De noH suffer With severe Headaches ALiwhen I Will TKAD Cure MAK You Si The liver istho mainspring for tho whole body To expebt good health one must keep the liver in gpodord6r To do so regulator is need d tierbino wlll put your liver in the con dition it should be and you will not suffer from headaches A POSlT 1VE CURE IFOR CONSTIPATION CHILLS AND FEVER BILIOUSNESS MALARIA AND ALL LIVER CO PLAINTS Has Done A World Of Good iI Mrs C D Philley Marble 7all3 Texas writes Ihaye i used Her ino and find it the I est liver corrective I have ever j tried It done my family ab well as myself a world of good and 1 recommend it to all my friends I never suffer from J headaches anymore SUe WIIi BUY IT BaJlard Show1 Liniment Co 500502 N Second St ST LOUIS MO 0 Sold and Recommended l by Red Cross Drug Store CUMBERLAND JEL tNt TELEGRAPH CO Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern MISSISSIPpllandI and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities u-nsurIIpassedilAMES t WEIrealdent r THE FIRST SYNDICATE How the French Word Was American ized Amid Much Jesting Throughout the European negotia tions In reference to tire Northern Pa cine railroad an Interesting French word recurred again and again name ly symmdicatwhich Jay Cooke and his partners soon converted into au English word syndicate The newspa per reporters roiled it under their to igue It was a find for punsters and versifiers The New York Trlbuuc received these lines from one of its waggish contributors Pray wjhat is a syndicate Intended to Indicate Is questioned abroad and at home Say Is It a corner Wh r6 Jay Cooko Horner Can pull out a very big plum In congress the word was under ex amlnn tim Some of Sunset Coxs Constituents had written him that member declared to ask if it were 111I any way related to the Kuklux AI scholar learned In philology lie conI Unwed amid laughter says it comes from the orlgiiial Chneseand Is pronounced 4Ah Sindecat from 1cUknown player of cards called the heathen Chinee A revenue reformer writes me that It p an animal peculiar to Pennsylvania with a head Qf iron eyes of nickel legs of copper and u heQrt of stone It consumes every greoji tiling outside its own state Cpi went do Sir John Mandevllles Travels In Far Catliay and there found an account of a strange animal or the lizard kind lie was fcuown In ancicnte looks as a chameleon When the sun sliine he took various col ors Sometimes It wore a golden hue ami sometimes had a green back I caught him by means of a steele mirror which so bedazzled his eye that heIwas easily caught I bring him home theimtlvcHThe syndicates task was to take in the oldU her cent bonds Issued during i the war mduyof which had drifted to Europe where tpet were held by thEj 1hrlfty peasantry who had purchased them at Palmer money prices anti to sell the 5 per rent bondj in their stead It was complicated work calling for complete control of time markets at home anti abroad Though the opera tion hud to run tlie gantlet of 8nn e attacks by opposition politicians anill editors It was Instantly successful Indeed two syndicates were formed one In London through the new house of Jay Cooke JlcCulloch Co and the other by Jay Cookes firms In America Time banker was warmly congratulated 9n the successful management of tim- esii1leatoly Pisldent Grant and his UOtlielmensely iVrpaiotp time success of tho Northern Pacific railroad especially when It was Hiinounced that the Cookes hail an alliance withl the ilothschllds for future funding oi era UonsrDr Oberholtzer iu CenUuyI furniture Polish yclrenp donning antI polishing cream followsiShred Imlf an ounce of white wax anti two ounces of beeswax Into JuilfJi pint of turpeutina ret It dissolve In a warm place then pour into this n mIx- ture made asfollows An ounce of pure white soap a piece of rosin the size of a nutniqg ami half a pInt of water hoUod together until melted Mix the whole thoroughly together and keep Iu a bottle vr I Helps For the Cook The sinnllcr tho cake the hotter the oven shonhlhelIn creauihig buttpr and sugar If Imt tel Hard neverrwarm 1titmalres time cake coarse Warm the sugar or the howl r To keep frosting from cracking add one teaspoonful of creiyhta caclvwilt of egg Use a knife wt with water tq j cut a fronted cake hit J i The Spice PoulMpe The spice poultice Is groiwliig Iu ta vor In the sickroom It Is pleasant to use and easily made Mix together dry one Jipaplng teaspoonful cacli of lt1flOnrthe roper consistency tv spreatl Pou bin anti heat a piece of old cotjoil spread the plaster on It and overt with cheesecloth When cold moisten with bra1 or vrljjSy aJd rehenfc POINTED PARAGRAPHS We arc all happier for a lot of things we ont soc Aid Is never satisfactory The best way Is not to need If You probablyexpcct more of a friend than you are willing to give The worry of today js usually the re suit of carelessnous of yesterday Bravery isnt tnucji credit fon bull dog He hasnt sepse enough to be afraid People would be less suspicious of others it they tlJdnt know themselves well No storekeeper becomes so well ac qtmai ted with a customer ththe likes to liuve him go behind lila counter Compliments ariIike wineIt only takes a smal1dose to gotp the hendw of some people while others can stand a good deal Atchison Globe DegeneracyIhistory 1mau lIter even In tha gladiatorial days of and Rome when physical Strength wIts worshiped almost like fcthc1slmaso much study been devot ed tq botllly developmqnt and well be- Ing In spite of all this however we cannot shut our eyes to the fdfct that vide medicali reports while time standi ard of health may be going up wltha section of the people It Is steadily go Ing down with otherstin a word that physical degeneracy lar alarmingly on the Increase Cooperative Nevs The Wily Partridgie Every creature has a wonderful tao ulty for determining at what distance af man or dnythihg felse Is able to directionIcare to acknowledge For Instance as firearms have bejpn Improved the keen er has become thbi watchfulness par tofmodern chbkebore affords the moder- ngttnnerQndonIahl Particular About Her Company What s the QJattet You hook glum 1 made my Restate o rto mf wife to save It from the creditors Well what of that Shes sold It and gone abroad with tIre money She says she ant live with a man who cheats his creditors Slowo t Still Worried It used to worry me when the bar ber informed me that nay hair was get ting alIttle thin jou top But yom go1 nped to iteh No Now ltri6ttles me because he doesntmentloiiIt I must be getting Did Phladefila Press f nay Cfusss Fatal Cancer Wolfram Ci Fuchs an expert In the use of the X ray dlel the other day in thlcago of cancer which ho contracted three years ago through coming In con tact with the X my apparatus After Dr FutTis became affected with can cer he Sttbm ted to numerous opera tions several of his fingers having hell amputu ted IhesQ operations were unsuccessful and the disease steadily spreqU to different parts uthis bOdY tIAGAZINE t rLREADERS p1 SUNSET MAGAZINE berudfullyillmttalcboodstodes 50andartiCCSf all Le fu Weat at CAMERA CRAFT devoted each month to the ar ticreprodu n of the best fIOO xvpu ot amateur end profciilonil a yur FhcmtoZrApierL LOAD OP A ThOUSAND TTONDElfr a book of 75 pagetconttlning 015pcturesquef tndOftjontJ Total 325i AU far v 150 AdtJiew all orderi UnS2 JIAGAZIKE hood Ifl1is Sa pnctM iL r111 iTw i w w 6 vvu5rUrUwvy 4 scoirjRf4nuriinf mqtktrs by incrisiag their fjaJnee force It provide baby intk tM JMOMMryi fJand nunwrml food for htiOthy grwli tALL OflUGQItTS BOc AND tlCKV A A A A AAa DESIRABLE PROPERTl SOR SALE BY B D LAKF 0 Real Estate and Insurance SpringTieldK jj Sprlnifieldi barn plenty tobacco land goodwrter close to school house and church lPrice 40 per creJ Nrf 4 255 acres three good barns twp dwellings plenty of grass Al of the farm C6OperacefrosSpringfield1hickory good dwelling and barns well watered onehalf mile from tobaccofromSprihouses onebarn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced milesfromgoodbarnion railroad Price 3750 per acre No 12 The most desirable house in Springfield Well located nSpdnJfielddwelling barn in good repair 1 gooi stock barn 80 acresjn blue grass yes cultivation plenty of water Price 30 IN 18 174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one goodslxtOom dwell ing on good pike3t mjjesfrom depot one mile from school lid church ptbuildlngstlOe fence Price 32 fNo 19 2751 acres TO acres good gtwos tobacco two stock barns coy house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine youngorchard all kinds of fruit large and small iice honse Carriage hoase all outbuildings new Price t50 No 20 250 acres nine miles from goodtenanttwo stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre No 90 acres good wire fence t plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price1000 No 22 121 acres 7miefromSpringfield good dwelling goOd barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price J515 per acre No 23 139J acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns ho dif acres of tobacco one barn new t mile Iron Mand one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco landwed tl fenced plenty o water Price iper acre No 24 liS6 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobaccpi icefhouseh gObdIbarn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining laid in Cement waterin every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn this year No 27 7ijacres 6 nIles trom rtlriholdsmilk house hen house smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land trice 3l800 No 28 160 acres 3Mmiles from Springfield on good road 4 mile Iron pike plenty of tobacco land well fenced Price 30 tier acr easly payments 034 231 acres1 In Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from BardV town 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 rooin brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will told 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm In grass brick tenantt houiegrain ery 2 story Inted spa chine house 3O ft long one of the- nicest e hojnes in Nelson county Prjccc 60 per acre All limestone land No 35 225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell sawhole or divide It Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap r90mdwelllngStably coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yafd Hot and cold water all over house One ofl bert nelghbocloods in town 3000 No 38 180 acres six miles frbm Springfield on good pike Farm in good grass good six room welling fine stocK ban well fenced Plenty stock water 135 per acre No 39 lo54 acres good four Toom dwelling tobacco barnholds ten acres tobacco Twentylive acres of timber plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land hf miles from Springfield close sapperlcreNo 40 Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and all outbuildings fine well in yard 2750 mUesfromIon good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Mever falling spring in yard ullk house at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy kouse and all outbuildings Fine grass plenty tobacco land Thieequarters- ofa mile from school aqd church Price 45 per acre easy payment fiOnChfmllesn i snIalIdwellingbarn 36x30 g o pf10cafperacre3Q qShljSrfJ7 acresj 7 miles from timber on pike 25 acres of tfrie wellwateredllneodIencprce047 16 ares gcmilesftonC Springtield oneacretobaccob 2 small f n sometimber18acres2aOO N 49 A fann con nilg 254 acres Otigooclpiketobacco barn pJenty tobao landjacre gOOdttOk barn plenty water Plentylocust pst5 Close to church andSchool Price 3JOC per acre I eS2 if2 acres five mties frOthSpringfield on good pke8TO 1tdwelling 5 acre tobacco banipleBttobacco land and locust posts goOd orchard good fence fine witer closeto school two miles from depot r50peracre iI bt11COoney tobaccogowjugpatoQm dwelling barn will hold twntyfive acres of tobacco AIl in tlrasfine orchard NowastentePIiceNo 62 i35 acres 5 roon dwelling8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 eres fine tobaeco land onehalf m leJir m moneydownyears Pric 2i per acre to v A good Jnvestment1u cityproperty n Main street N054 ndCovinySeveral other pieces of town prop ertv Tfrnn SpringIgotitatany price No 55200W acres 4mnes from tobaccobarnplenty thebestsOneOfconnty Whole farm willralse tobacco B75 per acre fromSpringfield oandSchool dwellinggood barnPricei ofMlsckville 5acresfintp PQsts well watered anti f nced Price3I 1per acre fromSpringfieldtobacco barn good stable and DJea louse milk house fne well and fine orchard 10 trees fiae tobacco land close to church and schoolL Price30peracre 060 330 acrds 3 miles from Springfield brick acrethbaccobarnsorchatdpleiity ff iit plentyof lr ofbluegrasslancLPrlce1500tJj fromSprthfie1d2Oroomdwellirfgr 8 a re tobacco bamnewsbig news cor i crib anti buggy house new old stoc barn good fence 75 acres ofiobaqcq landr vC 3 dweIlingtobaccotimber farm all in grass well Water t1ileafromBlNo 03 iso acre in Nels a c tJttebaccobarn t OftImber9Oacref i tobaccorxmms i i50 per acre No 64 121 acres 8 miles ffeKi roonvdwelling cribssmoke i ptyoffruitlandiO t locustsPlenty froSpringfieldfenceS room djrelliBg 8 acie tobacci barn new witfr metal roof gflNoil afidPlentye tobacco mud Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acreFi 1rSpringeld m 4 room dwellibg 5 acre to cfQari jsmall stocky Some timber acres 8tobacco land Good fenced All ji4 grass Price tSOperfiicre MSpringfield tbaccIY K shed and all outuiidings 20 acre ofittobacco335 per acre No 88 ISafacre 8 room ferlclc dwelling in rood repair Well fence oftUUbCli 960 per acre Jilieriverid time tobacco llaM Prite 4 peracreH t7 No 70 14 Cr4wtfa8 acre tobacco bWIt40 acri wf int bottom land 1fdl faw jility0t liii tobccoJad wr Prtcw CJ per acre t t It ouisvi1EeiBeomin1iidiuirotooiitii rJ1Jlaths mnuc at go- mswoL fwerpipe Met w leathW = y tbooe ax handlM tad Btambcn pties LottitviBt tettM home alttwJanrest organ thsrlest3oepfecdrylathe tMfaMn the worM tnd bu8e1iclntrvrtealinw LcgisWisacttydtBEAUTIJ- LHOMESt ta dty proowty valuaiionTlx plathnt churches and is hoIneoUbe LEADING MERCIAL SCHOOL Inrot at tUs school eTHOHOUOH work and jwiU enr be Jifwani ol a good position in e booming tprtskni city te LoulsySis NOWlis La to vosdgmts CatalogM tree LOUISVILLE KY